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discount http://ccsa.edu.sv/ccsa/components/com_k2/views/latest/view.html.php geneva;”>She was picked by detectives from Bugolobi and subsequently detained at Jinja Road Police Station for interrogation.
Deputy Police publicist Vincent Ssekate has Monday given the chronology of events that preceded Jackie’s arrest.
He also denied media reports that Jackie was arrested from IGP Lt Gen Kale Kayihura’s residence in Muyenga.
Below is part of Ssekate’s statement dated February 4.
On 10th of January, 2013, when the incident under investigation happened, the IGP was out of the (Lt Gen Kale Kayihura) country.
The Police proceeded to handle the case as they would with all cases of similar nature.
Statements were recorded from possible witnesses, the forensic experts analyzed the scene of incident and a Post Mortem examination carried out on the deceased.
Upon his return to the country, the IGP directed the Deputy Director of CID, Mr Geoffrey Musana, to personally take up the investigation, and to ensure that justice is done to all parties involved.
In accordance with routine investigation procedures, and after the forensic experts completed their analysis, the investigators found it necessary to arrest and detain one of the persons involved, in order to deepen the investigations.
The suspect was arrested from her residence in Bugolobi, and NOT from the residence of the IGP.
The detectives have, further, established that, after the incident, the relatives of the suspect procured accommodation for her in the Naguru area of Kampala.
Later on, she returned to her home, from where she was eventually arrested.
It is not true that, for the duration of the investigation, and up to her arrest, the suspect was staying at the home of the IGP.
It is also not true that the suspect was arrested because Police had information that she intended to flee the country. The Police had no such information.
The suspect was detained because the investigation had reached the stage where it was necessary to have the suspect in custody, to deepen investigations, and also for the suspect to assist the Police with the investigation.