One of the world’s leading investigators into the illegal trade in ivory and rhino horn has been killed in Kenya.

Esmond Bradley-Martin, 75, was found with a stab wound to his neck at home in the capital Nairobi on Sunday.

The former UN special envoy for rhino conservation was known for his undercover work establishing black-market prices.

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27 thoughts on “Top ivory investigator stabbed to death

  1. Surely this MUST have been an accident. He must have slipped onto a knife that slipped into his neck; then, just before dying, he ran outside, tossed the knife in a river and came back inside to die. What else could have happened, eh?

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  2. I sometimes wish that evil people would kill each other in large numbers (without collateral damage). That way karma is paid without good people lowering themselves to the level of unconscious predators and we’ll have a better chance to become civilized.

    Yes, I have dark thoughts at times.

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