News of executed corpses being dumped in wooded areas to be eaten by hyenas is a case of moral panic, Kenyan police spokesman tells KTN TV.
The Kenyan police are “highly professional civil servants” forming “value-added partnerships” to “improve the quality of life of Kenyans,” but are constrained from discussing national security matters.
Strikes me as sinister doublespeak. You?
- “Still Behaving Badly” (KNHRC, December 2007)
- “For the past six months, corpses have been bobbing up in Kenya’s rivers and rotting in forests; they have been dumped unceremoniously beside roads and in morgues — hundreds of young men, most dispatched with a single bullet to the head.”
- Kenya: “Militia, Police, World Bank Contribute to Post-Election Turmoil”
- “Did The Kenya Police Influence The Outcome Of The Kenya General Elections 2007?”
- Kenyan Political Violence: Checking Back With the Morgue
European Union elections observer mission to Kenya will issue final report in February. Click to zoom.
EU media observers found KTN coverage reasonably balanced in terms of “coverage and access” in the recent elections.