An enraged family has left their son’s body for the Abirem police in the Eastern area.
According to them, the family’s suit is predicated on the police’s decision to conduct an autopsy without their consent.
The corpse was delivered at the I & I morgue by the family, but the police conducted an examination on their own initiative.
The family stated that they have disowned the corpse as a result of the police action and have advised mortuary staff not to contact them because the police are now accountable for it.
Samuel Adjei Boateng, a 17-year-old washing bay attendant at Abirem Maamaso, has been confirmed as the dead.
Samuel allegedly died after being attacked by two police officers.
Meanwhile, the family’s spokesperson, Kwadwo Boateng, is calling for the arrest and punishment of the two police officers allegedly responsible for their son’s murder.
The family has also requested an independent investigation into the event.
The family has also asked to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, former President John Mahama, IGP Dr Dampare, the Attorney General, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to come to their aid and assist their quest for justice in order to forestall any retaliatory assaults.