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Crime scene evidence dents Namibians claims

EVIDENCE: Inspection of the canoes.

A Crime Scene Investigator’s testimony at the ongoing inquest on BDF shootings has put a dent on Namibians narrative that the four suspected poachers were kidnapped, assaulted and later shot.

Giving evidence before Regional Magistrate Taboka Mopipi on Monday afternoon, Michael Josiah said the crime scene was 2km south of the Sedudu BDF Camp.

He said in his photographic and physical evidence, the two canoes used by the slain suspected poachers had bullet holes and metal fragments.

Josiah who is the Commander of Crime Scene Investigators in the No. 7 District told court that the crime s...

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