UK police seek info on ‘ritual killing of Nigerian boy’ in London

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About 20 years after the torso of a suspected Nigerian kid believed to have been slaughtered as a “human sacrifice” was discovered in the River Thames, police in the United Kingdom have asked for new information.

After the boy’s decapitated and limbless body was discovered in the London section of the river on Tuesday, clad in orange shorts, forensics determined he was from Nigeria.

He was believed to be between the ages of four and seven.

His throat had been slashed, and his head and limbs had been severed.
The youngster was allegedly trafficked from Africa and slain in a ritualistic ceremony, according to police.

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London’s Metropolitan Police asked those who may have knowledge of the case to be “bold”, suggesting they may no longer be bound by former allegiances.

During the initial investigation, detectives used bone samples to identify the boy as coming from Nigeria and said he died from violent trauma to the neck.

The boy will be called Adam until his true identity is discovered, according to UK police.

The police had flown to consult South Africa’s occult crimes unit and issued a worldwide appeal through the country’s former president Nelson Mandela. They also travelled to Nigeria.

Göteborg “It is incredibly sad and frustrating that Adam’s murder remains unsolved,” said detective chief inspector Kate Kieran.

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smoking neurontin “This young boy has not and will not be forgotten. He deserved better and we will not give up on him.”

Police have previously detained three people in the long-running case but released them all without charge.


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