Tension As Nairobi's Killer Cop Gives A Last Warning To These 3 Suspected Criminals
By VictorAdundo | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 8 views
A popularly known killer cop " Saigonpunisher James" took it to Facebook to give the last warning to three suspected criminals that reportedly were terrorizing the residents on "Githurai".
His Facebook post.
According to his post three suspected criminals referred to as Rooney, Stallone, and Nono having been giving the residents of Joyvilla and Keropot areas sleepless nights. He stated that despite him warning them severally they hadn't changed. In some of the photos he shared, showed a victim who had been allegedly robbed and stabbed by the suspects.
Photo courtesy of the victim while receiving treatment.
Adding to his allegations he said that this is the last time that they will harm an innocent civilian.
"Saigonpunisher James" is known to be a no mercy cop who works with "Hessy Wa Dandora".
Together they work in mysterious ways to track and bring down notorious criminals. No one has ever seen their faces only the criminals who they have gunned down.
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