Police officers Stephen Cheburet and Sylvia Wanjiku did not book in slain lawyer Willie Kimani and two others when they were brought into the cells on the day they were murdered.
A court heard that during investigations into the disappearance of Kimani, his client Josephat Mwenda and taxi driver Joseph Muiruri, the police found out they had been held at the Syokimau AP Post but they were never booked in.
In the case, AP officers Fredrick Leliman, Stephen Cheburet, Sylvia Wanjiku, Leonard Mwangi and police informer Peter Ngugi have been charged with the brutal murder of the three.
Chief Inspector Robert Owino told Justice Jessie Lessit on Tuesday that he received a missing-persons report on the three and went to the AP Post. He was the head of investigations. He said he received visitors from the International Justice Mission over the mysterious disappearance of the trio. They said they had recovered a note written on a tissue paper by one of the three missing persons. They suspected it was by Kimani.
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