The case involving the tragic death of the two Kianjokoma brothers takes a new twist as the six police officers involved in the death of the brothers now want the body to be exhumed in order to allow for further invesito take place.
All these come after the six through their lawyer Danstan Omari made claims that the two boys might have jumped from a moving police vehicle, something that might have led to their death. In order to certify that indeed they fell from a moving police vehicle, the bodies could probably be exhumed in order for further checkup to complete the investigations.
Danstan Omari has fined another petition at the High Court of Kenya as the case takes another angle. The suspected officcers namely Corporal Consolata Njeri, Corporal Benson Mbuthia, Constable Lilian Cherono, Constable James Mwaniki, Constable Nicholas Sang and Constable Martin Wanyama now want the case to be thrown out alleging that the two brothers jumped off the moving police vehicle resulting to their death after falling on the road.
Photo: Lawyer Danstan Omari
The lawyer, Omari has also claimed that the police on the fateful day had also apprehended other ten culprits in addition to the two brothers. Omari has alleged that the ten could act as witnesses in the case. The lawyer now want the murder case withdrawn as the six police officers involved were just executing their normal duties on the fateful day.
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