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Kare Ngugi
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Why do we tolerate extrajudicial killings?

Abdi, a thug who was captured on CCTV cameras robbing a shop at gun point in Buruburu was killed last night by the infamous Hesy wa Kayole. Few people seem to care that a life was taken and lean towards the ‘one less evil person roaming the streets’ reasoning. Why do we accept this when due diligence hasn’t been followed? Isn’t that what the justice system is for? Arresting and charging criminals with actual evidence? What do you think? Are we just going to sit back as this rogue cop goes around shooting people?

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  1. There’s really no honest or sure way to answer this question. On one side, someone who lives in the crime ravaged neighbourhoods can see it as the only solution and view your sentiments as elitist. I have read instances where these thugs are arrested then released a day after only to go back to ruinRead more

    There’s really no honest or sure way to answer this question. On one side, someone who lives in the crime ravaged neighbourhoods can see it as the only solution and view your sentiments as elitist. I have read instances where these thugs are arrested then released a day after only to go back to ruining lives. In most cases, these crooks work in cahoots with the cops soo it’s a somewhat sensitive matter.

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  1. Denial Has Become Standard Practice Unfortunately this state of denial has become standard practice – a practice of sheer unaccountability since various demands by the media Read more at: https://www.theelephant.info/features/2017/05/04/they-deserve-to-die-the-increasingly-accepted-justification-forRead more

    Denial Has Become Standard Practice Unfortunately this state of denial has become standard practice – a practice of sheer unaccountability since various demands by the media

    Read more at: https://www.theelephant.info/features/2017/05/04/they-deserve-to-die-the-increasingly-accepted-justification-for-extrajudicial-killings/
    The Elephant – Speaking truth to power.

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  2. It is because we have changed the meaning of "extrajudicial killing" to mean only instances where innocent people are involved as victims. We are forgetting that even offenders have rights like the rest of us.

    It is because we have changed the meaning of “extrajudicial killing” to mean only instances where innocent people are involved as victims. We are forgetting that even offenders have rights like the rest of us.

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