Tuesday, March 11, 2008
DID KENYAN LADY KILL HER OWN DAUGHTER IN USA?
Girl Found Dead In Thomasville Woman's Car
Deputies: Girl Was Killed In Thomasville
THOMASVILLE, N.C. -- Authorities in Georgia said an 11-year-old girl was discovered dead in the car of a Thomasville woman Sunday.
Nancy Kasera, 38, of Thomasville, has been charged with first-degree child cruelty in the death of her daughter.
Police said Kasera called 911 from a travel center in LaGrange, Ga., reporting that the girl wasn't breathing.
A Georgia coroner who performed an autopsy Monday said the girl's body had a "horrendous amount of injuries that ranged from healed and healing wounds to recent injuries."
Authorities said the injuries were indicative of "long-term ongoing severe physical abuse."
Davidson County deputies executed a search warrant at Kasera's Thomasville home and discovered a crime scene consistent with human trauma, Troup County deputies said.
Deputies said the girl's death happened at the home in Thomasville and Davidson County deputies were planning to extradite Kasera and charge her with her daughter's death.
Another 8-year-old daughter was also discovered in Kasera's vehicle.
She has been placed in the custody of Georgia child services personnel.
Kasera, who is from Kenya and in the country on a VISA, was being held without bond in a Troup County jail.
The victim's name was not released.
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Death Of A Kenyan In North Carolina .
The Kenyan residents of Charlotte and Greensboro,North Carolina, deeply regret to announce the death
DOMINIC KIPKOSKEI which occurred on Wednesday JULY 18th 2007 in Greensboro, NC. Mr. Dominic Kipkosgei hailed from Eldoret.
It is reported that Dominic may have collapsed and died while jogging around 10.00pm. Initial reports
indicate Dominic's body was discovered by a passerby who informed police. The following day in the
afternoon, police brought the sad news to his wife, Nancy Kasera. Further information will be available
when the autopsy report is released.
Dominic is survived by his wife, Nancy Kasera, two daughters, Nicole and Natalie. It's the most sorrowful
thing that death must rob a father/husband from such a young family.
As I spoke to the bereaved mother, these were her words, "I am kindly asking for your assistance to take
my husband home for burial." And she broke into tears... The process of preparing and taking Dominic's body home will be an expensive ordeal for Nancy. It's the reason I am writing to ask Kenyans to assist in
raising funds so we may send Dominic's body home for burial.
Let me specifically request the assistance of Kenya African Community Abroad (KACA), Public Eye Group, the Association of Kenyans in Greensboro, Kenya Community Abroad and the Kenyan community of Charlotte. I must invoke the advice of Bob Odhiambo of Raleigh, James Sang of DC, Andrea Onwonga of KIC, Peter Momanyi of Raleigh, Excellency the Ambassador Peter Ogego, and all Kenyans.
We have organized prayers and funds drive in Charlotte, NC on Friday July 27, 2007 at 7.00pm. The
function will be held at Millicent Malit's residence on the address shown below:
Millicent Atieno Malit
11134 Nolet Court
Charlotte, NC 28215.
Our people around the USA may make donations to the following Truliant Federal Credit Union account:
Name: Nancy Kasera; Account# 0007001388370.
The routing number is 253177832.
Donations may also be mailed directly to Nancy at:
142 N. Main Street
High Point, NC, 27260
Tel: (336) 882-1225
You can also make deposits to Nancy's Account. Account details are as follows:
Bank of America,
Account Number 237006040785
Routing Number 053000196
Her mailing address is:
142 N Main Street,
High Point, NC 27260.
Tel: (336) 882-1225
Concord, North Carolina.