Do you remember the story of Aluu4? were four Students of University of Port Harcourt (Uniport) who were set ablaze by the resident of Aluu Communities in River State? According to the unconfirmed report, the students were said to have stole laptops and mobile Phones,. However, it was later reviewed that they were innocent of the crime and Aluu community chief ordered his cannibals members to set those young kids Ablaze. I know every mother who watched that video of the Aluu 4 or the pictures shed tears… It was so animalistic (that is the only word to call aluu community), But, what has the police done? the video was uploaded online everyone can see the faces of the Animals that tortured and burnt those Uniport Students alive.
Arrest was made, and until now- nothing has been done to those evil beings… And am sure the ones with lot of money has been set free- to continue their lynching.
Picture of the young 4 boys burnt to death by Aluu Community
Well, latest report reaching us is that the Students of were tortured with Dogs before they were beaten and burnt alive. read the full report below as published by Vanguard.
A police officer, Mr. Raphael Ezechi, told a Rivers State High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, at the resumed hearing in the killings of four University of Port Harcourt, UNIPORT, students in October 2012 in Omuokiri, Aluu community, that a dog was used to torture the students before they were set on fire.
Mr. Ezechi of the State Criminal Investigative Department and a Deputy Superintendent of Police, led in evidence by the Solicitor-General of Rivers, Mr. Rufus Godwins, narrated that “a team of policemen from Isiokpo Division was dispatched to the scene of the incident to rescue the students but due to the distance, the students were set ablaze before the arrival of the police.”
Suspects in the murder of The UNIPORT FOUR at the Rivers State High Court,Port Harcourt, yesterday. Photo: Nwankpa Chijioke
The witness, said he took photographs of the deceased and a dog, said to have been used to torture the students, adding that information was also gathered from the Internet which were recorded.
The defence counsel, however, objected to the prosecution’s move to tender the photo evidence as exhibits, contending that the police officer was not the maker of the said documents.
The defence argued that no proper foundation had been laid for the admissibility of the photographs, urging the court to reject same.
Responding, Mr. Godwins, the prosecution counsel said that the foundation was laid from records of proceedings by the court and urged the dismissal of the objection, which he described as misconceived by the defence.
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May their soul continue to rest in Peace. Amen.