Two Italian police officers indicted over the killing of a Cameroonian in Treviso 0

Prosecutors in Treviso, Italy have indicted two Italian police officers believed to have caused the death of a Cameroonian Donald Fombu Mboyo aka Papajah on Monday, 6 June 2016. Cameroon Intelligence Report learned that Papajah was living in the country illegally for years and resisted a deportation order.

The police violently arrested and handcuffed him. He reportedly died after he was brutally beaten by the two Italian police officers. State Counsel, Barbara Sabatttini, requested an autopsy and the opening of an investigation to determine the circumstances of the death of the late Donald Fombu. It is vital to include in this report that the late Donald Fombu Mboyo left behind a pregnant wife.