Kasingye said that the incident happened at a time when he and others were asked to review CID case files from the 1960’s.
According to AIGP Kasingye, one detective among the files to be reviewed had written a mind-boggling case report.
In the file, the detective said that after reaching the crime scene, he found a standing dead body. However, on going to pick the tape measure, the detective found the body in another posture.
This had a rookie Kasingye contemplating quitting the force even before getting started.
He got freaked over the matter
“I almost quit police training when we were asked to review CID files of 1960s. One detective wrote: “When I reached the scene of crime, the dead body was standing. When I went to my bag to collect the tape measure, it was lying down and facing up. One eye was closed,” he revealed.
I almost quit police training when we were asked to review CID files of 1960s. One detective wrote:
“When I reached the scene of crime, the dead body was standing😇. When, I went to my bag to collect the tape measure, it was lying down and facing up. One eye was closed”😇
— AIGP Asan Kasingye (@AKasingye) March 11, 2022
Who wouldn’t freak out at such a scenario, if Kasingye got freaked out over this matter, then pity the officer who investigated it.
Kasingye also further said that the reason he wanted to quit was that he was going to be dealing with dead bodies which actually don’t seem like dead bodies.
One Twitter user however told Kasingye that Police officers from the 60’s were very effective than the modern Police.
This is because they knew exactly what to do, a thing that Asan Kasingye too seemed to agree with.
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