The cuffed hands of Thomas Cholmondeley, the scion of Kenya's most prominent family of white settlers, who was sentenced in Nairobi to eight months in prison for killing a black poacher on his ranch in 2006. Cholmondeley was convicted of manslaughter in the death of Robert Njoya. Cholmondeley has admitted to shooting only dogs on his Rift Valley ranch.
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