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Inquiry report in Usama Satti’s homicide case says he was ‘shot on goal’

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Photo through Geo.tvISLAMABAD: A judicial inquiry into the homicide of 22-year-old man Usama Satti has revealed that he was “shot from all directions  and was killed on purpose.”Per a information story by Geo.television,   a number of officers of the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) fired at Satti’s automotive  as a result of  from all instructions which reveals they’d “every intention to kill him.”The report additional stated that Usama’s killing was “deliberately hidden from his family for four hours and that the officers involved tried to sweep the matter under the rug”.”The officers tried to turn the incident into a dacoity case and kept senior officials in the dark,” the report revealed, including that “Rescue 1122 personnel trying to reach the site of the incident were repeatedly provided with the wrong location details.”Per the judicial inquiry report, the officers current on the website of the incident didn’t even take any footage. The deceased was not concerned in any dacoity or prison circumstances, the report stated, including that the obligation officers “became part of the incident due to their irresponsible attitude”.”Shell casings recovered from the site of the incident were sent to the forensic labs after 72 hours,” the report additional detailed. “Usama’s car was shot at 22 times.”The report stated that officers who later reached the location of the incident additionally tried to “get rid of the evidence”.

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