Dan Mauti, the father of Tamati Mauti who is the main suspect in the murder of BBC journalist Kate Mitchelle has reacted after postmoterm examination showed that he died from injuries sustained after jumping off from the 8th floor of the hotel in Westlands.
Dan was dissatisfied by the results and poked holes into the report given to the family.
He said that although he doesn't have a medical background, the minor injuries on his son's body do not match the claims that he jumped off the high building.
He complained that something is not adding up since his son's legs are intact and no joint is broken.
The father also argued that the postmoterm examination report had some insertions, creating the scenario that he jumped.
He had hoped that the report would explain the kind of harm that happened to his son's body and caused the death.
He also questioned how Tamati could have gone into the room, locked the door, murdered the journalist, then broke the window and jumped off from the 8th floor instead of walking out through the door.
Dan Mauti also questioned why the family was only allowed to see Tamati's body after two days.
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