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“The images also showed the police, armed to the teeth, intent in stopping the movement of the protesters. Few other policemen and plain cloth security agents were seen piling used tyres for use to set bonfires. By the time the police struck, about a dozen members of the Islamic Movement had been killed. The police were seen picking the corpses to an undisclosed location, perhaps for mass burial”

 

THE Islamic Movement of Nigeria, also known as Shiites has absolved itself of the murder of the Deputy commissioner of Police in charge of operations in the FCT, DCP Musa Usman, saying that he may have been a victim of “friendly fire”.

Shiite protest turned violent on Monday with Nigeria Police where a corp member attached to Channels TV, Six members of the group and DCP Usman were shot dead.

In an interview, the spokesman of the IMN, Ibrahim Musa, reiterated that members of the movement do not carry weapons so they could not have been responsible for the senior policeman’s death.

According to him, several members of the movement died during the protest as a result of the violence unleashed on them by security agents.

He said “a quick analysis of images and video clips showed that the Free Zakzaky procession was peacefully progressing prior to the brutal crackdown. It also clearly showed that the protesters weren’t bearing arms and traffic was moving smoothly without hindrance.

“The images also showed the police, armed to the teeth, intent in stopping the movement of the protesters. Few other policemen and plain cloth security agents were seen piling used tyres for use to set bonfires. By the time the police struck, about a dozen members of the Islamic Movement had been killed. The police were seen picking the corpses to an undisclosed location, perhaps for mass burial

“Also shot were a journalist with the Channels TV and their colleague, an Deputy Commissioner of Police, whom photographs showed was struck from the back of his head with the bullet exit in front, an indication that he was a victim of “friendly fire.”

“As if to hide this fact, the late policeman was hurriedly buried without any form of postmortem examination, which would have revealed the source of the bullet,” he said.

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