Recent Court Documents in the 2 Kenya Cases 26 December 2012

The Sang/Ruto defence teams have asked the court to compel the Prosecutor to specify which witness it has recently decided not to call.

The Prosecutor in the Ruto/Sang case has submitted a modified Charges Section to its Document Containing Charges.

The Prosecutor in the Ruto/Sang case has sought to have redactions of the names of Prosecution Investigators included any future documents her office submits.

According to the Prosecutor, another 61 items of evidence have been disclosed to the Ruto/Sang Defence.

Similar to the Kenyatta/Muthaura case, the Prosecutor in the Ruto/Sang case has filed a report on joint instruction of experts. However, unlike in that case, there seems to have been no agreement with the Ruto/Sang defence as to any of the experts. The experts to be used were a satellite imagery expert, a Socio-Political background expert and a Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder expert. The prosecution indicates that it has not yet identified a suitable PTSD expert. Anyone interested in the background/qualifications of the proposed experts should read the full report here.

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Following the Hague trials of 4 Kenyans to the end. A blog by Archie Nyarango

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