Bloody Details Emerge at Khajeel Mais Murder Trial

A Detective Sergeant of Police, Paul Thompson, told the X-6 murder trial this afternoon that at least two bullets were removed from the body of slain Kingston College student, Khajeel Mais.

Robinson testified that he observed a bullet hole in the rear registration plate of the Red Toyota Succeed motor car in which Mais was a passenger.

Several photographs of the motorcar were displayed in court today during Sergeant Robinson’s evidence.

Earlier, Sergeant Thompson showed the court images of the fragmented bullets which were taken from Khajeel’s body.

The policeman testified that at least two bullets were removed from Mais during a post mortem which took place on July 14, 2011 – thirteen days after the teenager was killed.

Meanwhile, Detective Inspector Robert Robinson also gave testimony at the trial today.

Inspector Robinson testified that he saw what appeared to be human body tissues in the motorcar in which Khajeel was killed.

The police investigator told the Court that the head rest of the left passenger seat had what he described as body tissues.

He testified that the driver’s seat of the taxi also had human body tissues.

Inspector Robinson described large stains on the driver’s seat, and the passenger’s seat as blood stains.

Detective Inspector Robinson will resume giving evidence tomorrow morning at 10:00.

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