The findings in the autopsy that was conducted by government pathologist Johansen Oduor reportedly contradict a statement that Assa Nyakundi recorded at Muthaiga Police Station, that he accidentally shot his son using his Glock pistol. Detectives stumbled upon 481 rounds of ammunition and two more guns in his house. The lawyer meanwhile remains in hospital, citing blood pressure complications.
Autopsy Suggests City Lawyer Shot His Son From Outside Car
Nairobi News, 22 March 2019
City lawyer Assa Nyakundi, who is a suspect in the shooting of his son, was receiving visitors at one of Kenya's top hospitals for the fourth day on Thursday as initial results of… Read more »
Lawyer Assa Nyakundi's house in Muthaiga, Nairobi, in this picture taken on March 18, 2019.
Family Says Lawyer's Son Shooting a Double Tragedy
Nation, 21 March 2019
The family of city lawyer Assa Nyakundi, who shot and killed his son Joseph, is yet to come to terms with the tragedy. Read more »
2 Guns, 481 Bullets Unearthed in Assa Nyakundi's Murder Case
Nation, 19 March 2019
Investigations into the circumstances under which city lawyer Assa Nyakundi shot and killed his son have taken a new twist after detectives stumbled upon 481 rounds of ammunition… Read more »
Police Find More Guns, Bullets in Muthaiga Home of Lawyer Who Shot Son
Nairobi News, 19 March 2019
City detectives have found more firearms and bullets during a search in the home of a lawyer who 'accidentally' shot his son near their house in Muthaiga North. Read more »
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