Why doctors believe that Wanjiru was murdered
Dr Emily Rogena says:
“Taking into consideration the history and the postmortem finding death is attributed to head injuries, secondary to blunt force trauma to the back of the head.
“The body demonstrates a dual pattern of injuries with features consistent with conscious landing on fours (the hands and knees) and fatal injury at the back of the head.”
Chief Government pathologist Dr Moses Njue said:
“He landed on his legs and supported himself with his hands. Where did the injury on the back come from?
“We could turn into fools if we don’t ask ourselves this question."
If you are reading this and are a person of means chances are that you will feel a cold chill going up your spine. And with good reason. We live in a society of gold diggers and worshippers of the almighty shilling. Individuals with no conscience and who will stop at nothing to get what they want. People who will tell lies in broad daylight and conceal the truth without batting an eye lid. You have reason to be scared and very scared. You may think you are pretty smart to have gotten what it is you have that others want but don’t think you are too smart because it could cost you your life.
Preliminary findings from a postmortem done on the body of the late marathon star Samuel Wanjiru (pictured above) indicate that the injury that caused his death is not consistent with eyewitness reports of how the multi-millionaire died. It has been established that the injury that caused death could have come from a blunt object and not from a fall from a balcony that was only 14 feet high. Read more in this Daily Nation story.
You may murder and give a story believing that dead men tell no tales, but usually the truth comes out in the end. Chances are that we are headed for a murder trial or at the very least a manslaughter charge of sorts. Thus yet another controversial chapter in the life of Wanjiru and yet more proof of the chilling words I wrote in my last post and I quote; “It is deadly to be a poor judge of character. It can cost you your life and more.” It is one thing to make a lot of money and it is quite another to have the wisdom to protect yourself from the wolves that will inevitable surround your house made of straw looking for a way to get in and devour you.
Another bizarre murder in Masailand