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Last witness, Chief Inspector Mwangi testifies in Willie Kimani murder case

A police pocket radio that belonged to Frederick Lelliman was used to place him at the murder scene of human rights lawyer Willie Kimani, Joseph Muiruri and Josephat Mwenda.
Police Chief Inpector Clement Mwangi, the last of 45 witnesses in the Willie Kimani and two others murder case, told the court that the radio and personal items recovered from the policemen accused of the crime, linked the officers to the three murders.

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