Some Got Warning To Avoid Westgate Before Bloody Siege

From: RINF

NIS officials told family members not to visit shopping mall

Kenya’s National Intelligence Agency (NIS) warned some people not to visit the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi before the bloody siege, a warning that was not received by the 67 victims who lost their lives during the attack.

Buried at the end of a London Independent report about the incident is the revelation that NIS, “did warn the police and officials inside the President’s office before the Westgate siege, but its warnings went unheeded.”

Individual officials with NIS also told their family members to avoid the Westgate mall on Saturday because it would be the target of an attack. A pregnant policewoman was warned by her brother, an NIS officer, not to visit Westgate.

“She has told police that her brother who is a NIS officer warned her not to visit Westgate that Saturday because she would not be able to run,” a senior officer said.

Evidence of prior knowledge that went unheeded is just one of the many questions that are still circulating in the aftermath of the horrific attack, details about which are only becoming more gruesome.

Doctors who have had the chance to examine victims say that their injuries are consistent with rape and brutal torture, including eyeballs being gouged out and fingers and parts of noses ripped off using pliers.

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Read the full article at: rinf.com

2 thoughts on “Some Got Warning To Avoid Westgate Before Bloody Siege

  1. I will never understand how humans can treat each other this way. It's one thing to take a life , it's another to torture and dismember, rape.Is this what military training does to men? I was spared military service so I wouldn't know.My heart goes out to the victims and their friends and family.How disgusting that governments and/or intelligence agencies allow this to happen when they have fore knowledge.Sounds like the USA.

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