Sarah Wairimu Cohen who is accused over the murder of the late Tob Cohen has suffered a major blow immediately after DPP's move to withdraw her case. It has emerged that, the family of the late Tob Cohen led by sister Gabriele Straten have opposed the idea terming it outrageous
Here is a link: https://www.tuko.co.ke/kenya/counties/485343-tob-cohens-family-protests-withdrawal-charges-widow-sarah-wairimu/
Sarah Wairimu Cohen is accused of killing her husband and dumping his body in a septic tank in his own home. The case has gone on for years but seemingly, the DPP didn't have enough evidence to proceed.
The family of Tob Cohen through lawyer Danstan Omari and Cliff Ombeta have opposed the suspension of the case robustly. It's clear to the lawyers that, solid evidence had been adduced to ensure Sarah Wairimu rots in jail.
Sarah Wairimu Cohen is clear that is gravely innocent over the accusations levelled against her. According to Sarah Wairimu, it's clear that her focus is on personal development and not matters murder which were bypassed by events.
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