Photos Of Man Who Jumped From The 8th Floor Of a Building After Reportedly Killing a Journalist
Several days ago, horrifying news broke that a prominent BBC journalist had been assassinated in cold blood.
Mitchell was subsequently said to have been savagely murdered by a guy who afterwards leaped from the eighth storey of a Nairobi hotel.
According to police officers who arrived on the scene, the killed journalist had many major stab wounds, which ultimately resulted in her death.
Following the horrible act, a young guy who had abandoned his sweetheart on the seventh level of the same hotel apparently committed himself by jumping.
Tamati O. Mauti was the Kenyan man accused of assassinating BBC staffer Kate Mitchell last weekend at a Nairobi hotel.
Mauti had abandoned his sweetheart in their hotel room and gone to have cocktails with Kate. He subsequently tracked her down to the room, where he murdered her. Later, his corpse was found.
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