According to court records, postmortem examinations of Shakahola fatalities found that several of them contained missing parts of their bodies. 


Chief Inspector Martin Munene observed in a lawsuit brought against cult leader Paul Mackenzie that autopsy results showed missing organs. 


The court documents also said that investigators are looking into Mackenzie's potential participation in organ trafficking. 


According to court records, "missing internal organs were found in Shakahola massacre victims, implying probable organ harvesting before the mass grave disposal."


According to Munene, many of Mackenzie's supporters are gone and may have perished suddenly."It is thought that several participants worked together in a coordinated and effective trade of human body parts.


 The huge site, which spans over one thousand acres, is thought to include other remains that might be currently buried there, the officer added. 

Shakahola Victims


The pathologist said that while the postmortem procedure hasn't been finished, work on recognising the victims via DNA analysis is still ongoing. 


On May 1, 2023, Interior Cabinet Secretary (CS) Kithure Kindiki travelled to Kilifi County to preside over a postmortem examination of the Shakahola cult victims. 


Kindiki pledged a transparent procedure. The Interior CS promised Kenyans that both their nation and the rest of the globe would be aware of any organ harvesting that took place on the Shakahola cult victims in Kilifi.


"If any of our folks are without organs, we'll let everyone know. We have nothing to hide. That is accurate," Kindiki said."We'll determine the cause of the missing organs' disappearance as well as who took them and where they went," he added.


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