• The earlier post-mortem indicated that Memusi’s death was caused by a bullet through his chin and exiting at the top of his head.
A second autopsy will today be done on the body of Memusi Sankok, 15, who is the son of nominated MP David Sankok and who is said to have shot himself dead at his father’s house on May 2.
The autopsy will be conducted in Nakuru where the body was moved to and is considered as part of evidence collecting which was prompted by the fact that the initial exercise was conducted by a Ministry of Health official without the participation of some forensic experts and that it did not provide the necessary answers.
Chief Government pathologist Johansen Oduor will lead the exercise in Nakuru where the body was moved to from Longisa hospital mortuary, Bomet County.
The earlier post-mortem indicated that Memusi’s death was caused by a bullet through his chin and exiting at the top of his head.
The planned forensic investigations will involve examining the wound caused by the bullet to establish if it is consistent with being caused by the bullet, the direction the bullet took and even the projectile that may involve the use of an X-ray.
A team of detectives from the Homicide Unit at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations took over the probe into the death of the boy in Narok County.
The team reconstructed the scene to enable them to answer many unanswered questions, get the trajectory of the killer bullet and collect more evidence.
They said the revisit, which is now almost the fourth at the scene was part of the evidence collection.