De­mo­li­tion

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is that three of his blood brothers are sus­pected kid­nap­pers. His younger brother, Isa, also con­fessed that he got two AK 47 ri­fles from Geide and Dou­ble.

Jakka said he was not a kid­nap­per and that he was just be­ing ac­cused falsely. Why should I be­lieve him when he was al­ways to­gether with his brothers, who were kid­nap­pers?

Our next line of ac­tion is to urge the com­mis­sioner of po­lice to or­der the ar­rest of Ibrahim Jakka over al­le­ga­tions that he’s in pos­ses­sion of a large cache of weapons used by the no­to­ri­ous kid­nap­pers.

If Jakka is not a kid­nap­per, then he should be in a po­si­tion to help the po­lice to bring his brothers to jus­tice.

Af­ter the protest, have the po­lice reached out to you?

yes. ac­cord­ing to them, they don’t have the in­ten­tion of re­leas­ing the sus­pected kid­nap­pers. The com­mis­sioner said there was no way the Force could have asked the DPO to re­lease the sus­pects, and that they were work­ing for peace and or­der. But they or­dered the DPO to re­lo­cate the sus­pect by 6pm to Crim­i­nal In­ves­ti­ga­tion Depart­ment; that was why we sus­pected foul play. If you or­dered the trans­fer of the sus­pects, why not take them in the morn­ing? Why did you have to wait un­til evening? If I had not been at the po­lice sta­tion at the time, the po­lice sta­tion could have been burnt.

When you ar­rested Jakka, did you ques­tion him be­fore you handed him over to the po­lice? What did he say? What is your next line of ac­tion now that he’s still at large? Now that Jakka and one other sus­pect are still at large, are you not afraid that you may be tar­geted?

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