The investigations of the mysterious death of Emmanuel Ndwiga and his brother Benson Njiru has taken a different twist as the officers linked to the murder of two claim that the victims committed suicide.
According to Nelson Havi who is the law society of Kenya president and lead counsel in case against the Embu police station officers, the accused want the bodies of the victims exhumed for further investigations.
"The officers now want their grave desecrated , their bodies exhumed and mutilated" he said
Kenyans under Havi comment section expressed their frustrations and anger with some asking him not to give up on the case.
Emmanuel and Benson were laid to rest a few weeks ago amidst online protest from Kenyans who wanted every officer involved apprehended.
The LSK had taken the matter to court after an online outrage and protests against police brutality.
There has not been any formal communication from the judiciary do far on the actual hearing of the case that has become a matter of public interest.
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