Mystery, autopsy of boy lynched after sneaking into Girls school reveals new details. The scene is in Kiambu level 5 hospital.
Going by the reports; the autopsy of a boy, who was lynched after sneaking into Komothai Girls Secondary School, has been released.
What's shocking, the autospy results has reveals new details.
This are the new details; the 17-year old boy had a fractured skull. Other than that, he also had broken limbs and an array of other superficial visible injuries.
On the other side, the pathologist report states that the boy had died as a result of a blunt forced tremor to the head.
Note; the distraughted family, who gathered at the facility to find out the real cause of their son's death, were left with many questions than answers.
Currently; they are castigating the school, especially the security sector, for failing to safeguard the students thus making it easy for them to sneak out.
The distressful mother is also blaming the security of the girls' school for accosting the boy leading to the alleged lynching ordeal.
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