"The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Born Free USA, Born Free Foundation, The Elephant Alliance, the Elephant Sanctuary, In Defense of Animals, Animal Protection Institute, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Animal Welfare Institute and several private citizens, charges that the import would violate the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA), the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES), and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The coalition is represented by the Washington, DC public interest law firm of Meyer & Glitzenstein."
"Reginah Tesulelo Dlamini was from Siteki, Swaziland. She married Mr. Makhizikhizi Sibandze, a younger brother of Rev. Leonard Sibandze. They lived at Logoba between Manzini and Matsapha. The marriage broke up, and Reginah returned to Siteki with her son and daughter to live with her elder sister, Ms. Alvinah L. Dlamini, a strong Christian. Alvinah had been married to Mr. Kinton Du Pont but he had died many years previously. She had found the Lord at the Siteki Camp Meeting in 1957. Both Alvinah and Reginah reverted to their original family name, Dlamini."