Kenyan police officers to go on trial accused of British aristocrat's murder


Alexander Monson, son of Lord Monson, died in 2012 after allegedly being beaten in a police cell

Four Kenyan police officers will stand trial for murder after a judge ruled they had a case to answer in the death of the British aristocrat Alexander Monson, who died in 2012 a day after allegedly being beaten in a police cell.

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The ruling, handed down by a high court judge in Mombasa, follows a years-long legal battle by his family after the 28-year old died after he was arrested outside a nightclub at the Diani beach resort on suspicion of smoking cannabis.

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