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However, there have been suspicious allegations as to why the Lumley police seem to be dragging their feet on the investigation when reports say sufficient evidences have been provided them on the matter.

Meanwhile, an Autopsy conducted on Tuesday 9th October, 2018 by Pathologist Dr. Owizz Koroma at Connaught Hospital Mortuary, at about 8pm, revealed that the deceased indeed died of a broken neck.

Examining the remains, Dr. Owizz Koroma (Sierra Leone’s only pathologist) said the C-3 and C-4 on the vertebrae (spinal cord) of the deceased were broken which was “most certainly the cause of death”. He informed relatives, friends and AYV that witnessed the post-mortem examination that most other internal organs of the deceased were flawless, but that there were signs of strangulation which he detected in the pancreas while a segment of the esophagus was cracked.

The pathologist further described his findings in some organs as “suffering from shock and strangulation” before the onset of death.

AYV will continue to unearth happenings until investigations are concluded and justice is reached on the perpetrator(s).

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