- The Judge has ordered the Korle-Bu, and 37 Military hospitals to release the late Major's autopsy report immediately
- Police investigators say they have sent the case docket to AG for advice without autopsy report
The Accra District Court judge sitting on the murder case of Major Maxwell A. Mahama is seriously angry over some delay tactics by hospital officials in releasing the autopsy report on the late army officer.
The trial judge, Ebenezer Kwaku Ansah, has therefore ordered a Korle-Bu pathologist, Dr Lawrence Badu Sei, and the 37 military hospital to immediately release the full details of the report to police investigators.
The judge became angry when police investigators handling the case disclosed that the two hospitals have not released the details of the autopsy.
DSP Gorge Amegah, the prosecutor who appeared in court today told the judge that investigators have forwarded docket to the Attorney General for advice without the report.
DSP Amegah said though the autopsy report is integral to the progression of the trial, it is not readily available.
Accra FM reported that the case has been adjourned to October 26 for next hearing.
The late army officer, Major Maxwell Mahama was gruesomely lynched to death by a mob of some irate youth of Denkyira-Obuasi in the Central Region..
So far, about 22 people are standing trial on charges of murder.
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