The widow of a prominent Pakistani journalist who was killed a year ago in Kenya has filed a lawsuit against an elite Kenyan police unit. Javeria Siddique claims that her husband, Arshad Sharif, was wrongfully killed by officers from Kenya’s General Service Unit. The officers involved in the incident later claimed it was a case of mistaken identity. Siddique is seeking justice and wants the police officers responsible to be prosecuted. She also wants a public apology from the Kenyan government.
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