Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

  • victor oluoch

    Even in Kenya we have seen cases being thrown out for lack of evidence thus I do not see why people and especially the media has made it appear as if it’s Ocampo against Uhuru, Muthaura, Ruto, ALI, Kosgey and Sang

  • Bishop Omunyala Amukowa

    If ICC fails to confirm the case of the Ocampo six,Kenya will be haunted by the Devil IMPUNITY system and that will be the end of the Nation Kenya.This is the time to call a spade a spade and end this act of murder in Kenya.God bless Kenya,time will tell and those concern will one day stand in the throne of God.

  • Anonymous

    Incredible how many Kenyans and Africans in general are so embarrassingly ignorant and naive. 

    Ocampo lost his credibility as a prosecutor long ago, the moment he declined to prosecute crimes against humanity in other parts of the world especially the Middle East. 
    The most outrageously deceitful moment of all was when he accepted that Libya’s new rulers were capable of trying Saif -Al-Islam, Gaddafi’s accused son, and who the ICC had issued an arrest warrant against. Ocampo claimed that a nation that had been totally destroyed by war a month before had the capacity to try the ICC cases, even though Libya has no judiciary to speak of, to this day. Yet the same man refused to accept that the Kenyan judiciary could try the O – 6. 

    If anyone thinks Ocampo’s actions in conniving with the Libyans was not for political reasons at the behest of Western powers, you are a pathetic fool. These Western powers who overthrew Gaddafi for very dubious reasons would not like unpleasant revelations about their thuggish foreign policy exposed in an open court, otherwise their zombie like constituents might just see what kind of malevolent devils rule and kill in their name.

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