A 9-year-old thug shot nine times with cops, three had two gunshot each in botched robbery attempt in Milimani estate, Nakuru County.
This is according to the Twitter post by The Daily Nation Newspaper on Wednesday afternoon.
The youngest of the thugs shot dead by cops in Nakuru last week was shot nine times, and the other three had two gunshots each; autopsy on their bodies has indicated.
The deceased identified as Collins Kibet, 9, had two gunshot wounds in his head, two in his chest and once in the palm, while Collins Kipkorir, 21, Kevin Kipyegon, 20 and Dennis Kipchirchir, 23 died with the injurues inflicted on their chests and heads.
Human Rights activists who witnessed the postmortem in Nakuru on revealed that the marks of gunshot injuries indicates that the killing may have been done by one person, using the same firearm.
Haki Africa Executive Director Hussein Khalid maintained that the murders of the four in Barut in Nakuru West on Thursday was a third incident of extrajudicial execution by the cops.
The autopsy on the remains of the four, that is brothers, Kevin and Dennis- indicated that they were killed at close range. The postmortem was conducted by Government Pathologist, Titus Ngulungu.
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