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British Soldier Killed A Kenyan Mother After Sex With Her And Army Bosses Covered It Up

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Witnesses say Ms Wanjiru, a known sex worker, was last seen leaving a hotel bar with two British soldiers.

British Ministers have been urged to support the investigation to cover up a murder case in Kenya involving a 21-year-old sex worker and British soldiers.

The body of Agnes Wanjiru was found in the septic tank at Lions Court Hotel in Nanyuki two months after her disappearance in March 2012. The town is a 10-minute car journey from British military training unit Kenya.

The initial inquiry was unsuccessful, but a new investigation was launched after a delayed hearing until 2019, when Mrs Wanjiru was found to have been illegally killed. The Sunday Times Reported last month.

And in the new development, a soldier accused of murder is named by his accomplices, writes the newspaper this weekend.

The soldier confessed to the murder, and at the time another soldier reported it to senior officers – though no action was taken.

A post-mortem examination revealed that Wanjiru died of stab wounds to his chest and abdomen.

There was also evidence of her being shot, although it is not clear whether she was sexually assaulted by her body condition.

Witnesses say Ms Wanjiru, a known sex worker, was last seen leaving a hotel bar with two British soldiers.

Witnesses said The Sunday Times Mrs Wanjiru, a renowned sex worker, was last seen leaving the hotel bar with two British soldiers.

Labour’s shadow defense secretary, John Healy, has accused his Tory anti-Ben Wallace case of “not taking it seriously”. “They must pledge full cooperation to Kenyan detectives and investigate any potential cover-up by the Commanding Officers, the Military Police or the MOD,” Mr Healy said of the Secretary of State.

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He continued: “The details of the death of this Kenyan young woman are horrible, but there is no action by the defense ministers over reports of serious failures of the British military revealed in this case.

“When our troops serve abroad, they stand up for British values ​​and, if these allegations are proved, deeply betray those values.”

Mr Healy said nine years later, “justice must now be given to Agnes and her family.”

Labor MP Jess Phillips, who tweeted about the story, described it as a “tragic story” and said it was a “pressing defense secretary for answers.”

“Her name is Agnes Wanjiru and we are hers,” Phillips said.

Mrs. Wanjiru, a hairdresser who recently turned to sex work for her five-month-old baby, Stacey, last saw her on the evening of 31 March 2012.

Her body was found naked, without fingers and toes, behind the soldiers’ quarters. Mrs. Wanjiru had a 2 cm stab wound to her lower right abdomen and a blunt force to her chest. The Sunday Times Details. Her lungs were also collapsing.

In June 2012, when Kenyan police requested the British Royal Military Police (RMP), nine soldiers were interrogated, the investigation into Mrs Wanjiru’s death was halted.

The detectives told the RMP to ask the soldiers 13 questions, including whether Wanjiru had sex on the night he disappeared.

A photo of the victim is included in the request, along with a request to take DNA samples from nine people.

According to the report, the man who confessed to the murder was not among the nine The Sunday Times.

“The jurisdiction of this investigation rests with Kenyan police, and we are currently discussing with Kenyan authorities to determine what support they need,” a MoD spokesman said.

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“It is inappropriate to comment further as it is subject to ongoing investigation.”


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