TERROR IN UNIFORM

Three tales, two live to tell of cruelty at the hands of ruthless police

One lost an arm, another saw his firstborn jail.

In Summary
  • “I was lucky the bullets did not hit my back because I would have been paralysed and confined in a wheelchair, or even dead.”
  • Too bad for Ouma, as he had planned to travel to his rural Mumias home the following day. In fact, his wife of seven years was also three months’ pregnant.

Advocate tells of police run-in that cost an arm and changed his life

They beat him up, took all the money he had in his pocket, and later shot his right arm from behind. It had to be ...

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