Elijah Mabor the Police Chief Major reported the incident that took place in South Sudan of a ram that attacked Adhieu Chaping, a woman 45 years of age by hitting her ribs resulting into her demise. Therefore, the ram was taken to police custody and it has been sentenced to three years in prison to a military camp.
The sheep’s owner, Duony Manyang Dhal has however, been declared innocent since the ram is the one that committed such an unpardonable crime. Therefore, it deserves to be arrested then the case shall be forwarded to customary court for amicable processing. However, the owner of the ram has not gone scot free but he has been fined by the court to give five cows to the victim’s family.
The Police Chief Major has vividly explained the reason why the owner the sheep was not jailed since the owner was found innocent of the crime and the animal was fully responsible for the crime. He therefore, conclusively stated that, their role as police is to provide safety and separate fights.
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