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  1. Kwessi Pratt September 14th, 2013 at 11:04 am

    With all due respect, Hon. Deputy President must be careful not incite the public against ICC. Its also wrong to sent false signals to Kenyans. Just because a witness didnt show up at appointed time doesnt mean cases are collapsing. In any case, if these cases dont go DP’s way, it might provoke gullible citizens to commit crime. As a senior leader, DP should guard against statements that are not supported by law and facts. Furthermore, these ICC cases were caused by reckless pronouncements devoid of any shred of truth!!!!

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    1. golditberg September 14th, 2013 at 2:28 pm

      The Prosecutors played a video without sound! In a court of law! They turned the court into a theatre!

      Bensouda/Ocampo should show Kenyans what the ICC/(Europe and America) have as evidence as the case continues, because statistically Kenya is the 4th most corrupt country in the world, it means that Kenyan witnesses may be corrupted easily! Statistics.

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      1. Kwessi Pratt September 16th, 2013 at 11:30 am

        And obviously you dont think they can also be corrupted to withdraw, right? Do you know what you are saying?

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  2. golditberg September 14th, 2013 at 2:24 pm

    The ICC is a litmus test for determining how Europeans and Americans handle cases against Africans. It is as simple as that. This is not a personal matter for Ruto and Uhuru. This is a real test.

    Europeans and Americans living in Kenya as expats are known to manipulate the justice system in Kenya locally. This is a fact and an issue widely taunted by everyone that led to the PEV.

    If Ocampo did not collect sufficient evidence, and the ICC allowed the case to continue despite lack of sufficient evidence, the ICC will ruin for many expats living in Kenya. When Uhuru steps in the Hague, there should be no theatrics from Bensouda. Playing video without sound is pure theatrics. The ICC should understand that plays for the public theatre are not needed now. I will not prejudice the court by saying the prosecutor has failed to prove her/his case, because it is too early. But this case will determine the future of expats in Kenya.

    If you have never seen an European or an American use Aid to cover-up a crime as a government, you have not seen the world yet.

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    1. Kwessi Pratt September 16th, 2013 at 11:01 am

      Those Africans you are talking about are job. They have never found necessity of justice the ordinary Africans. They worship criminals who are supposed to be behind bars. They create empty scenarios of being persecutors instead standing on the dock and proving critics wrong. Civil society went to court to bar suspects from running for offices but those cases were dismissed. Incidentally, arguments advanced by them are same ones being rolled out now by suspects! That in itself, is indictment of Kenyans courts

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      1. golditberg September 16th, 2013 at 12:30 pm

        “They create empty scenarios of being persecuted instead of standing on the dock and proving critics wrong.”

        This may be a real or fabricated attitude of many cases I have seen, but it is worth looking at objectively.

        Uhuru came to PNU side after the deaths started in Kiambaa. Uhuru was Kanu!

        Ruto was just one of the hardliners (read Generals) of ODM. There was Orengo, Nyong’o, and Raila.

        PNU hardliners were Martha Karua, Kibaki,. And Kibaki had at his disposal the NSIS, CID, the Police, and the Army.

        Despite PNU having all this machinery at its disposal, was it not enough to determine who in ODM was responsible for what?

        If Orengos, Uhurus, Rutos, Nyong’o, Raila, Kibaki, NSIS, CID, Kenya Police, and the so called development partners of Kenya really cared for peace, justice, and stability in Kenya, then they will all be in the witness box or indicted for crimes.

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        ODM = possible stealing of votes that led to mass hysteria, plotting to kill by inciting political unrest, loss of property

        PNU crimes = not protecting the citizens, possible stealing of votes that led to mass hysteria, retaliatory attacks

        Development partners = creating and maintaining an environment that enables their staff to manipulate the already corrupt system. Case in point, Walde. And this is just one country. Look at Ethiopia too. When the EU opened its mouth during the PEV, all I saw were murderers.

        All = MURDER

        – – –

        I wanted all those who I have mentioned to be questioned in a public setting, like a Court of Law. Now we have witnesses escaping because they know very well the elite people I have mentioned are not going to protect them as needed or sufficiently because these elite are the same ones who either absconded their duties or they are part and parcel of the murderers war lords that exterminated Kenyans.

        I want Ruto to cross examine Kibaki, NSIS, Raila, Orengo. Without that it is all a show. The witnesses are being put through a double tragedy; first loss of lives for their families, then the strain of being labelled a traitor. I want Orengo as a witness! I want NSIS as a witness. I want Raila as a witness. I want Muthaura as a witness. I want I want I want. But I am a Kenyan. Service delivery never meets expectations.

        The ICC is nothing but a show to me. It will help keep these elite leaders on a straight path, but the truth of the 2007/2008 PEV will never come out as the ICC is creating the very environment needed to cover-up the truth.

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