Kenya Police Controversy

Kenya’s police monitor said on Monday investigations into the alleged killings by police of a girl and a baby in election-related violence were complete —- and a spokesman said the case would probably end up in court. Kenyan police frequently face accusations of brutality and extrajudicial killings from civilians and rights groups, but officers are rarely charged and almost never convicted. Human rights groups say at least 66 people have died in bloodshed associated with the August election.

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