Kenya Election Violence Trial Date May Move

The International Criminal Court prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, has proposed that the trial for post-election violence suspects be postponed to August to avoid miscarriage of justice over the witness list.
  • Kenya:   Bensouda Admits Muthaura's Case Is Too Weak

    The Star, 27 February 2013

    ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has admitted that the case against former head of civil service Francis Muthaura may have to go back to the pre-trial chambers for fresh confirmation… Read more »

  • Kenya:   Hague Trial Won't Start Anytime Soon

    Capital FM, 26 February 2013

    The trial of four Kenyans facing charges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) may not start any time soon, after Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda indicated she does not object to the… Read more »

Uhuru Kenyatta, William Ruto, Francis Muthaura and Joshua Sang to face ICC trial (file photo).

  • Kenya:   Bensouda Wants ICC Cases Held in August

    The Star, 26 February 2013

    ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda wants the trial facing four Kenyans at the Hague pushed to August this year to give the defense time to prepare their evidence. Read more »

  • Kenya:   ICC Suspect Sang Is Now 'Corded'

    Capital FM, 26 February 2013

    Former radio presenter Joshua arap Sang on Tuesday broke ranks with two suspects with whom he faces criminal charges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) and endorsed CORD's… Read more »


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