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Four Kenya Policemen Face Murder Trial For British Aristocrat

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Four Kenyan policemen are to stand trial for murder after a judge ruled they had a case to answer in the death of British aristocrat Alexander Monson who died in their custody in 2012.

The 28-year-old died on the Kenyan coast after being arrested for smoking cannabis.

Recall that the police stated in the past said Monson died of an overdose, but his family has argued against this.

According to two reports by government pathologists, they said that he had died after suffering a traumatic blow to the head.

Investigations revealed that there had been attempts to cover up the incident, and threats against witnesses.

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