After an eight-year trial, the Army General Court Martial will finally rule on former intelligence chief Brig Henry Tumukunde's guilt or innocence on April 18, 2013.
Tumukunde has been tried by five different chairpersons of the GCM. He faces two counts of conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline and spreading harmful propaganda. This followed his appearance on a radio talk show on May 5, 2005.
Court on March 14 heard from Judge Advocate Maj Augustine Bwegendaho who summed up the case, before advising the court to convict Tumukunde as charged if they are convinced by the evidence provided.