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Hundreds gathered to see bodies of alleged killers paraded through town.
Naked corpses went on show as student who hid in wardrobe was rescued.
Cynthia Cheroitich, 19, had feared police were gunmen but emerged today.
Terrorists killed 148 people in the Garissa University College massacre.
The decomposing bodies of the terrorists accused of killing 148 innocent people at a Kenyan university were paraded in front of a large crowd at a primary school today.
The authorities drove the naked, bloated corpses of the four men around the town in a pickup truck from the mortuary to Garissa Primary School.
It comes as survivor Cynthia Cheroitich, 19, who spent two days hiding in a wardrobe and drinking body lotion to survive, was rescued after al-Shabaab gunmen stormed Garissa University College on Thursday.
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