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Kenya. 2010 ‘Prosecution Witness 8, Sergeant Isaac Serem.’ Criminal Case 9 of 2008: Republic of Kenya v Edward Kirui 2010, pp. 11-12. Nairobi: High Court of Kenya at Nairobi (Nairobi Law Courts). 21 June

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…PW 8, SGT. ISAAC SEREM, was in-charge of the armoury at the Kondele Police Station. He was responsible for the issuance of firearms and ammunition; and the particulars of the items issued were recorded in the Arms Movement Register.

On 28th December 2007, PW 8 issued to the accused an AK 47 Riffle, serial number 23008378.

His records show that the same rifle was re-issued to the accused on 5th January 2008; 12th January 2008; 15th January 2008 and 18th January 2008.

On 19th January 2008, PW 8 handed over the said rifle to the DCIO Kisumu, together with the Arms Movement Register.

He also explained that there are two numbers on rifles. And in respect to the rifle he issued to the accused, the two numbers were 23008378 and 08378.

PW 8 testified that between 5th January 2008 and 19th January 2008, the accused had 36 rounds of ammunition…

[PW = Prosection Witness; SGT = Sergeant; DCIO = Divisional Criminal Investigation Officer]

ID: Q6682

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