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Kenyans enraged by slow reaction of State to killings

14 November 2012, 12:47

Nairobi - Four days after they were killed, and with the long silence from State House still reigning, the bodies of the fallen heroes arrived in Nairobi.

According to the Standard, the bodies landed in the capital where Vigilance House sits, on a day Police Commissioner Mathew Iteere vowed he would not resign because he claimed the bungled mission targeting cattle rustlers should be blamed on field commanders who organised it.

As national outrage rose over the casual manner in which the State has handled the killings, particularly leaving out bodies to rot in trucks outside a primary school till the fourth day on Tuesday, two more officers were rescued from the bushes of Suguta Valley.

- For more details visit the Standard

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