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Puzzle of poisonous gas in Saitoti crash

02 October 2012, 12:58

There is a new puzzle on the Saitoti chopper crash — co-pilot Luke Oyugi’s body bore significant amount of a poisonous gas not found in the other bodies from the helicopter.

But curiously the blood sample taken from former Internal Security minister Prof George Saitoti did not show traces of the killer gas but still no sample was given to the Government Chemist from the bodies of the other three people killed in the crash.

But strangely, the blood of the senior pilot who sat to the right of Oyugi in the ill-fated flight did not show this kind of poisoning and yet they were in close quarters.

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