When former ICC prosecutor Louis Moreno-Ocampo came to Kenya, he made two promises. He said that he would nail the perpetrators of the post-election violence in no time and he would use the ICC to make Kenya an example to the world. This, he said, was because he had water-tight evidence of six individuals who he would be charging for crimes against humanity.
In December 2015, ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda withdrew the charges brought against Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta due to her own admission of lack of evidence. This was the fourth of the six individuals who charges were being dropped despite the continuous promise by the Ocampo and Bensouda that there was enough evidence to convict the alleged perpetrators.
After Bensouda withdrew Uhuru’s case, the Victim’s lawyer asked the court to force her to publish her Pre-Trial Brief on the premise that Kenyans wanted to know the evidence she…
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