Mr. Rodney Sieh and Philip Wesseh questioned the credibility of the autopsy that named drowning as the cause of death of the former LPRC boss.
Mr. Sieh wondered how government came to the conclusion that Greaves died of drowning without indicating how he drowned and the causes of all the injuries on the body.
According to Sieh the pathologist who conducted the autopsy is reported to have been banned from practicing in the state of Montana; and is the same pathologist government hired in the late Angel Tokpa’s case.
“I was disappointed yesterday for the fact that from the beginning of this case the government have been so quite, we can’t accept it , we can’t accept it,” Sieh said.
He further revealed that the family is requesting for the body but government is demanding that they sign a waiver before the body can be released to them.
The Managing Editor of Inquirer Newspaper, Philip Wesseh believes that Mr. Greaves died of a cause that the government is yet to figure out.
Mr. Wesseh wonders why government is hastily exonerating RLJ hotel from the crime. RLJ is the last place Mr. Greaves was dropped off by his driver and where his clothes and car were discovered.
Both journalists were guests of the Capitol FM on Wednesday.