BULLET FOUND IN BODY DIDN’T MATCH WASWA’S GUN
In April, judge Abida Aroni granted the defence lawyer’s application to have contested photographic evidence probed. A ballistics report showed a cartridge found on the ground and the bullet in Kibiti’s body did not match Waswa’s gun. It says examination of some exhibits provided by the investigating officer with three test bullets fired did not reveal any matches. The investigating officer provided a Ceska pistol, eight bullets, one expended cartridge and one fired bullet for analysis.