The story of lynching of suspected serial killer Masten Wanjalla Milimo is taking a major twist as the family of the deceased have come up with some fresh accusations.
The family of Masteen are not accusing the police service of having a hand in his escape from custody for him to be lynched as they claim that he was under tight security when he confessed of killing more than ten children.
According to Tuko News reports, the family now wants to sue the Government on belief that the mob killing of Masteen was an extra judicial thing.
"We suspect the killing was extra-judicial considering that the last time he was here is about two months ago under heavy police escort, casting doubt on how he managed to escape." A source privy to the family of the late Masteen Milimo Wanjala stated.
This comes after the family of Masteen disowned him and refused to bury his body over some cultural beliefs.
"We’re afraid that if we bury him, we, as a clan, might be perceived as killers." Davis Wafula, the deceased neighbor stated.
These twists are going to complicate the matter which needs some sorting to avoid more delays of justice.
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