After the lifeless body of the wanted police officer Caroline Kangogo was found lying in her parents' bathroom in Elgeyo Marakwet on Friday, July 16, various views have risen about her death. Despite a police report indicating that Kangogo had shot herself from below the chin, some experts find it hard to believe the death as suicide. These highly trained experts have analyzed and found loopholes in crime scene photographs that have been shared on social media platforms.
According to the famous Criminal advocate Cliff Ombetta, Kangogo did not commit suicide. He insisted that if Kangogo shot herself, the blood spatter would not have been at the front as was seen in the photos. He added; "Gun placed in hand unlike where it would be because of the recoil is an indication that the deceased was brought there and left to bleed.”
Another expert and security consultant George Musamali, argued that the only way to know the truth about Kangogo's case was after the pathologists and ballistic experts completed their investigation and give a clear report. He further added that was uncommon for victims to kill themselves and still hold guns in their arms.
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