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George Kinoti, there is nothing like extrajudicial killings

The Directorate of Criminal investigation (DCI) director George Kinoti has on Thursday said that there is nothing like extrajudicial killings.

Mr. George Kinoti addressed the public as he said that thereis no word as extra judicial killings but we have unlawful killings by policeofficers.

“There is no word like extrajudicial killings but we have unlawful killings by police officers. Some of us kill innocent people.” Said George Kinoti.

Mr. George Kinotiwent further to say that he will not ever cover for any police officer whokills.

“I stand before God if myself or anybody who will ever cover for someone who has killed an innocent person let God curse me. I am saying no one will ever cover for a police officer who kills under my watch.” Said George Kinoti.

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Also present at theevent was the DPP Noordin Hajji.

George Kinoti, there is nothing like extrajudicial killings
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