A suspect has shocked Kenyans after it emerged that he has been operating as a Law Court Judge where he collected bribes from arrested victims in his fake court. The man who has been operating from the court house premises was said to have converted a toilet into his extortion ring where he collected huge bribes.
According to Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) official Social media page, the suspect identified as Victor Kiprono started operating his fake court when together with rogue court officials roped in a victim that was entangle in a civil case. He is said to have lured the victim who was embroiled in a prolonged leal battle by promising to make a quick favorable ruling to his advantage.
Reports indicate that this was the beginning of an extortion syndicate where they milked the suspect off over 1.6 million shillings in bribes. Other victims are also said to have fallen for the same scam after being promised similar results which ended with them loosing cash.
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