He said he identified the lawyer, “because he was my friend. He was a
tiny guy but his body is too swollen…likely they killed him a long time ago,” he said, outside the mortuary.
The second body, Mr Kinuthia said, was beaten up, had an ear missing and the hands were tied with a sisal rope.
Earlier on Friday, a court had given Inspector-General Joseph Boinnet and the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) up to 2pm to give an interim report on the status of investigations over the disappearance of the three people.
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The three were suspected to have been abducted by Administration Police (AP) officers on June 23.
The court heard that the three missing were last seen entering Syokimau AP camp, Machakos County, before they disappeared.
During the hearing, lawyers wanted the government to be compelled to disclose their whereabouts.
They told the trial court that it is the responsibility of the State and representative agencies to ensure the safety of its citizens.
(Additional reporting by Vincent Agoya; editing by Basillioh Mutahi)