International Criminal Court Decision on Ruto, Kosgey and Others



Publisher:
ICC
Publication Date:
8 March 2011
Tags:
Kenya, Legal and Judicial Affairs

An ICC Chamber says it is satisfied that there are reasonable grounds to believe that, from 30 December 2007 until end of January 2008, William Ruto and Heny Kosgey are criminally responsible as indirect co-perpetrators and that Joshua Arap Sang is criminally responsible as having contributed to crimes committed by a group of persons in locations including Turbo town, the greater Eldoret area (Huruma, Kiambaa, Kimumu, Langas, and Yamumbi), Kapsabet town, and Nandi Hills town, in the Uasin Gishu and Nandi Districts, Republic of Kenya, which are acts constituting crimes against humanity.


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