Recent Court Documents in the 2 ICC Kenya Cases 30 October 2013

The Common Legal Representative for Victims in the Ruto/Sang case asked permission to participate in the Prosecutor’s appeal to include the dates of 30th and 31st December in the temporal scope of charges. The CLR argues that if these dates are not included, victims who suffered harm during those two days will be permanently prevented from presenting their views to the court in the Ruto/Sang case (including seeking reparations if either accused is found guilty).

The Kenyatta Trial Chamber found that the conduct of the Kenyatta defence in the High Court case it filed seeking mobile telephone records did not violate the confidentiality of victims and protected witnesses.

The Prosecutor in the Kenyatta case made a second submission on the conduct of proceedings.

After the Kenyatta Defence made a request for conditional excusal from trial, the Prosecutor responded, asking the Trial Chamber to reject the request.

The CLR in the Kenyatta case joined the Prosecutor in demanding that the request be turned down.

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

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