The Ndola Magistrate Courts this morning heard that findings of the medical examinations carried out on the juvenile alleged to have been raped by MMD Copperbelt Provincial Chairman Terence Findley, were inconsistent.
Appearing before Ndola Principal Resident Magistrate Chilombo Phiri, Dr Adolphus Obi, the Acting head of Obstetrics and Gynaecology department at Ndola Central Hospital, said findings on tests carried out on the juvenile were not conclusive.
During cross-examination in the continued hearing of the case, Dr Obi who did not personally examine the juvenile explained that the victim had no bruises and no injuries on her.
â€œFrom the findings it is very inconclusive for the charge of rape because there were no bruises and no form of injuries were found,â€ he said.
But the Doctor confirmed that the victim had scars on her left hand and buttocks.
The defence team is lead by Eric Silwamba, Paulman Chungu and Lawrence Matibini.
Meanwhile, the Ndola Magistrate Court grounds had a heavy presence of police officers in uniform and plain clothes as MMD cadres chanting party slogans had come to show solidarity to their party chairman.
Hearing continues this afternoon.