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Cyanide Killer Case Challenging Admits Kerala Police Chief Loknath Behra

Cyanide Killer Case Challenging Admits Kerala Police Chief Loknath Behra

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  15 Oct 2019 7:45 AM GMT

Kozhikode (Kerala): Kerala Police chief Loknath Behra admitted on Saturday that cyanide serial killer Jolly Amma Joseph’s case is a very challenging one as there is a gap of 14 years between the first and the sixth alleged killing. He also did not rule out himself questioning the prime accused, Jolly. After lengthy meetings with the police probe team investigating the murder trail in the family of the accused serial killer, Behra said: “This is a challenging case. I have come here, as this is an important case. “Six murders have taken place and hence there are six separate cases. “The challenge, in this case, is that the first murder took place 17 years back and the last one took place three years back and hence collection of evidence is most crucial.” He spoke to the media, before heading into another brainstorming session. All the mysterious deaths took place in the family of retired government official Tom Thomas and all six dead bodies were exhumed last week for the further scientific investigations. “Today we have constituted six different teams along with a supervision team and more people will now be inducted. It will include more forensic and legal experts. “The other challenge is collection of evidences, the team here has been successful in detecting the crime,” said Behra. (IANS)

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