Elmer Nah’s Ammunition Verdict Unlikely to Impact Upcoming Murder Trial

Elmer Nah’s Ammunition Verdict Unlikely to Impact Upcoming Murder Trial

Will the not-guilty verdict in Elmer Nah’s ammunition case influence the outcome of his murder trial? Minister of Home Affairs, Kareem Musa, says not at all. Last week, the accused murderer and former corporal of police was found not guilty of possession of illegal Ammunition as it relates to over a hundred rounds of ammunition. Nah claimed he was on duty and had the authority to have the police-issued bullets, and the court ruled in his favor. The ruling has led many to speculate whether the former cop will beat the triple murder he stands accused of. But Musa explained that the matters have nothing to do with each other. 

Kareem Musa, Minister of Home Affairs: “Two completely unrelated cases. The facts of the case in terms of the Bladen Landing and the identifying of ammunition within the motor vehicle of Mr.Nah and his family on that particular night has absolutely no bearing on the facts and the evidence in the murder case that has been gathered so far. So it would not be in any way appropriate for me to comment and say because of that this is going to happen with the murder case. Not at all. And like I said previously it is my understanding that that case is going to be appealed because the evidence was proffered by the prosecution and the police that in fact Mr.Nah was on vacation.”

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