The truth surrounding the death of Major Maxwell Mahama has finally come out. The truth became bare after the raw video of the incident was played in the court.
After playing the video, the truth came out that they chased the innocent soldier from the road side of Denkyira Boase into the thick Forest.
The truth surrounding their reason for killing him also came out. The court got to know this after reviewing the video. The people mistook him to be an armed robber. In the video, they kept shouting thief thief thief. Others also shouted armed robber, armed robber.
The audible audio told the court straight forward that they mistook the innocent Soldier to be a thief. After the review, the police together with soldiers have earmarked fresh people to be arrested for further interrogation.
Fosuaa who was seen in the video and accused for allegedly burning the body, could be free. This is because the court couldn't get enough evidence from the video.
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