FALSE FLAG THEORY: Chronology of events may point to Nkaissery’s Assassination
Chronology of events
- Government releases a statement claiming Nkaissery passed on in hospital after going for a medical check up.
- No prior information had been released to the public concerning the Late Nkaissery health.
- All newspapers failed to get the story as headline in Saturday’s newspapers. They were only telling the aftermath of the story via online platforms.
- President Kenyatta Chairs a Security council meeting.
- Education CS Matiangi is appointed as acting Interior Security CS.
- In accordance to the Public Order Act as The cabinet secretary, CS Matiangi instituted the public order act (curfew) Lamu, Garissa and Tana River Counties Order 2017.
- The order was instituted following the death of nine people under the wrath of Al shabaab militia in Jima and Poromoko Villages in Lamu last Friday.There was also an attack on a police post on Wednesday where three officers were murdered by Al shabaab militia in the vicinity of Pandanguo village.
- Police cordon off one of the places Nkaissery visited as a crime scene.
- Media houses later report that the Late Nkaissery had collapsed and dies at his Karen home
A false flag is a situation where a covert operation is underway to deceive in such a way that activities appear to be carried out by another entity whereas the planner and executioner walk scot-free.
The false flag theory may be in play to cover up Nkaissery assassination as a natural death. To decipher the false flag in this case, we have to rely on the burden of proof in court which is always vested on the plaintiff.
An intention (motive) must be established to prove liability in the case of the defendant. So herein lies a plausible motive:
That the defendant wanted to institute a curfew which the victim failed to enact in accordance to the mandate empowered in him by the constitution. That the only logical option with minimal ramifications was to make the seat vacant and appoint persons that would pursue vested interests of the defendant.
The above stated motive can be supported by economic, political and social impact of such an order in accordance to the Public Order Act and Nkaissery past allegiance.
The Public Order Act (cap 56) part IV Section 8(6) states, “Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of a curfew order or any of the terms or conditions of a permit granted to him under subsection (1) of this section shall be guilty of an offence and liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months, or to both such fine and such imprisonment.”
In essence, if you can be convicted for just loitering around, the government has the power to convict you for a much greater offence with minimal burden of proof. The application of law is skewed in favor of the government while national security is at stake.
The economic impact of the curfew is that it will curtails all night businesses and the livelihood for the locals would be largely affected.
The curfew has been instigated for three months which sufficiently covers the period before, during and after elections. Unless the curfew is lifted during elections, the voting rights of the locals would have been impeded as their time to vote would have been reduced by about two hours.
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Before being nominated as CS for internal security by President Uhuru Kenyatta, Joseph Ole Nkaissery was a member of the Orange Democratic Movement(ODM) from 2007 to 2014. He was also coalition member of Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) from 2013 to 2014. He was first elected Member of Parliament on an ODM ticket in the 2007 general election before being re-elected on the same party ticket in 2013. Don’t forget the late Nkaissery was a soldier whose honor is his loyalty.
The above stated facts are sufficient to warrant the false flag hypothesis concerning the conspiracy behind the Late Nkaissery death. However, other motives may arise as more inform is released to the public.