Police denies entry to village where ex-dictator buried two U.S. citizens

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Police investigators and forensic experts were on Monday denied access to a village in southern Gambia where two U.S. citizens, who were killed by Yaya Jammeh’s killers are buried.

Alhagie Mamut Ceesay and Ebou Jobe, two friends who went to the small nation across the Atlantic to start a software company were arrested by Gambian security forces, who accused them of plotting to overthrow the longtime ruler, Yahya Jammeh’s government.

Former Jammeh minister, Musa Amul Nyassi, who is now part of Jammeh’s APRC party coordination committee gathered some vigilantes and denied the police access to Alla Kunda to exhume the remains of Ceesay and Jobe from a suspected shallow grave.

A member of Jammeh’s special hit squad, ‘Jungulars’ led investigators to the site in the Foni region, not too far from a forest where the remains of three others, including a former U.S. Army captain were unearthed in a mass grave, reported by smbcgo

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