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  1. NEO_KENYAN September 10th, 2013 at 4:18 pm

    The allegations are harsh.

    1. Kwessi Pratt September 11th, 2013 at 10:03 am

      They are really bad. But we are dismissing them and ridiculing the prosecution just to give ourselves false sense of security. We need to wait and see how things are going to play out before drawing premature conclusions.

      1. Guest September 11th, 2013 at 10:54 am

        no we are not. harsh allegations does not mean they are true, the burden of proof lies with OTP. We are not giving ourselves any false sense of security at all, it funny you think so.

        1. Kwessi Pratt September 11th, 2013 at 4:20 pm

          Neither did I say they were true. Being bad allegations dont mean they are true either! Perhaps, twisted agenda has clouded things for you. You doesnt seem to know what to fight and what not to!!!!

  2. benja September 10th, 2013 at 4:47 pm

    she needs to hit the gym from time to time

    1. Sunshine September 10th, 2013 at 4:49 pm

      Out of topic!!!

      1. benja September 10th, 2013 at 5:12 pm

        she needs to hit the gym after calling the witnesses?

        1. Duncan Muchina September 11th, 2013 at 1:30 am

          Do what there? Never worked out in her entire life!…come on!…rowing boats along River Gambia the best option if you ask me.

          1. Faceless September 11th, 2013 at 7:59 am

            Will she fit in a boat, she looks bigger than her worm like country, The Gambia. So does her DICTATOR MEDICINEMAN HIV HERBALIST President, Yahya Jammeh.

          2. Duncan Muchina September 11th, 2013 at 6:43 pm

            Never thought about that…how silly of me!…..the boat might actually capsize. Bad idea. So how do we get her working out?

  3. njore September 10th, 2013 at 5:29 pm

    Kenya needs space to reconcile and to heal. Apparently, ICC does not understand the social-political dynamics of this country. These trials are not adding value to this country. Introspectively, they rekindling the bad history which we would like to put aside and forge ahead as a united people. in 2007/08 we learned our lesson. The manner in which the 2013 elections were conducted is a clear testimony that Kenyans have accepted the mistakes they made in the past and want to focus on development and to strengthen their institutions. ICC, give us a break!

    1. Duncan Muchina September 11th, 2013 at 1:31 am

      Exactly!…too many underlying issues that ICC can NEVER ever even get close to touching!

      1. Kwessi Pratt September 11th, 2013 at 10:23 am

        Who went shopping for salvation at the Hague? Whether ICC understands us or not is not the issue. The matter is we failed to play our part after realizing the dragon was getting out of hand. As of now, president and his deputy cant be tried in Kenya. President enjoys immunity of his office. Which means even those calls to return the cases to Kenya have no answer to the problem!!!!

        1. Duncan Muchina September 11th, 2013 at 6:41 pm

          Whether we failed to play our role expertly or not, matters little at this juncture. Kenya is still a very complex country as far as geo-political issues are concerned. It’s ironic that the two communities who butchered each other mercilessly have found a political will to survive together. That’s why Benjuta will have it rough. Very rough.

          1. Kwessi Pratt September 12th, 2013 at 10:51 am

            Pretentious union is not our best solution. Furthermore, we need only a little fall out at the top and the whole madness retuns with vengeance!!!!

          2. Duncan Muchina September 12th, 2013 at 5:01 pm

            Is that something you’re earnestly hoping for? What a hopeless hoper who hopes against hope even when hope itself has already left the hopeless situation! How you like that rhyming Kwessi? Think I stand a chance with Safaricom Live? Please speak with Collymore on behalf of I……

    2. Kwessi Pratt September 11th, 2013 at 10:13 am

      ICC is not to blame here. Weak leadership and selfish protection are to blame. We went to ICC demanding action against supposed culprits. ICC reciprocated. At some point, they even told us to charge suspects with same offences and they will let go. We never had the nerve to charge our golden boys with such serious crimes. We should have used our normal fake motions here to clear our people. However, we couldnt imagine charging our guys even for a mere show! So it all along remained ICC option!!!!!

      1. Guest September 11th, 2013 at 10:50 am

        The genesis of ICC in Kenya was not the 2007/08 violence but
        failure to pass the local tribunal which by the way Uhuru & Ruto voted in
        favour of, and Kofi Annan’s over enthusiasm to bury Rwanda’s ghost . That list
        (Waki) had been reduced to 22 names (or 20 not sure) and the 2 principals were
        on that final list. What objective methodology then was used to arrive at the 6
        names??? this the question that should be asked and answered, it unfortunate
        Oncampo is now at Zurich. No one says the violence did not take place but are
        we sure the 3 gentlemen getting vilified are the right people on the dock or
        some sacrificial lambs especially 2 so that the route to Statehouse this past
        election would have been smoother. As I
        keep saying you can shout louder from rooftops whenever ICC issue crops up but
        it is not the interest of victims you have in mind, it is a prayer and hope
        that ICC seals your fate with Statehouse by locking the perceived 2 major
        obstacles. Frazier, the former USA Diplomat to America even opined that Kenya
        case was weak to be taken to Hague and even went further to acknowledge that
        the Rome Statute is a political process the resultant of which is a political
        court. Clinton in 1996 when justifying failure of USA to ratify the statute
        summed it all. “the Rome Statute is a political process and any sovereign
        nation should be wary when ratifying the Statute”. ICC will not bring peace in
        war torn countries otherwise with sentencing of Pemba, DRC should be calm by
        now. Only citizens of a nation can bring peace to a country.

        1. Kwessi Pratt September 11th, 2013 at 3:52 pm

          Are you sure the then two principals were in Waki’s list? Are you sure really? Ocampo, the former ICC prosecutor, clearly stated the six bore the highest responsibility. That was in terms of evidence collected. The whole matter became only unbelievable after the main masterminds of mass action turned mass murder failed to be named suspects. Of course, our argument have remained pinned on their absence in suspucts’ list. However, beyond that, nothing was done to either bring them to account, or offer evidence that might have changed things.

      2. perepepe September 11th, 2013 at 11:31 am

        “We went to ICC demanding action against supposed culprits”….that’s a false claim. Your Uncle Kofi Annan illegally received the CIPEV report and envelope – no law mandated him to do so as he is not an elected official nor was he a govt. appointee – and delivered it to Ocampo at a time of his choosing. The Kenya government has never referred the cases to the Hague.

        1. Kwessi Pratt September 11th, 2013 at 11:53 am

          I appreciate your argument very much. However, you fail to understand had our leadership not been weak, the moment the Mzee you calling my uncle overstepped his mandate, the country was supposed to loudly say NO! Instead wenta head and embraced those so called illegal acts. Even our own parliament at time

  4. Sukuma Wiki September 10th, 2013 at 6:57 pm

    Amicus Curiae = Friend of the court. Amicus Bensoudae= friend of Bensouda Amicus Rutoe =Friend of Ruto. Amicus Hagaue =Friend of the Hague. Amicus ICC = Friend of ICC. Amicus Murzik =Friend of Murzik Therefore Amicus Rutoe ICC Bensoudae Hagaue Curiae means Ruto is a friend of the ICC Hague court where Bensouda rules. What does Amicus Murzik Rutoe ICC Haguae mean?

  5. Qwani September 10th, 2013 at 10:42 pm

    The OTP goes to the Internet downloads a drawing from a website and then presents it as evidence to the court. It doesn’t get any dummer than that, or can it???

  6. karis September 12th, 2013 at 9:01 am

    ICAN REMEMBER ANYANGNYONG CALLING FOR MASS ACTION…the persons who r there know nothing but being fixed..

    1. Alalo September 17th, 2013 at 11:07 am

      We are talking of mass murder and you still talking of call for demonstrations. You suck!!!


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