Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detectives probing the mysterious death of the Court of Appeal Judge Otieno Odek has rejected the autopsy results report issued by Chief Government Pathologist Johansen Oduor.
The sleuth results from the postmortem conducted on Judge Odek’s body were very different with the clues and leads found at the crime scene.
According to autopsy findings by the government, the pathologist concluded the course of Judge Odek’s death was a blood clot in his right leg that led to a heart attack.
The detectives, however, have rejected the results claiming the diseased was found in his bed with blood oozing from body openings, which they believe could be an indicator of poisoning.
The first detectives at the scene also revealed that the judge was lying on his back with one hand resting behind the head and he was naked but his body covered up to the chest. Blood was oozing from his private parts and from his left ear and a hand was bruised, a police source who broke into the house said. It had been locked from inside.
The autopsy results did not reveal whether or not traces of drugs were found in the Judge’s blood despite finding sex enhancing tablets in his room where 3 tablets were missing from a six pill packet.
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