Gag order on Saitoti probe findings
25 October 2012, 12:25
Nairobi - The commission investigating the helicopter crash that claimed the lives of Internal Security minister George Saitoti, his assistant and four police officers were issued a directive on Wednesday by the National Security Intelligence Service (NSIS) to keep secret the forensic findings on the six bodies, Daily Nation reports.
The agency, according to a witness, called a lead pathologist a day after postmortem examinations were conducted on the remains of Saitoti, Orwa Ojodeh, their two bodyguards and aircrew, directing that photographs and notes taken during the tests at Lee Funeral Home, Nairobi, “must not be shared with anybody.”
Amriptal Kalsi, the 52nd witness said she received a call from her section head, Johanssen Oduor, expressing the NSIS concerns.
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