Their trial which was part of a special criminal court session presided over by Justice Stephen Mubiru was this afternoon adjourned after the session came to an end. Mubiru, the Resident Judge of Gulu, now returns to his duty station to handle cases within his jurisdiction.
Justice Mubiru, who started his criminal session last month, is supposed to close it this Friday and adjourn the matters he hasn’t been unable to conclude to the next convenient session that isn’t scheduled.
In her report, Kirinya explained that she received exhibits like Kanyamunyu's car registration number UAW 548M and that of Akena, a pair of navy blue suit and long sleeved sky blue shirt from police detectives for ballistic analysis.
Kirinya also said that when she examined the clothes, components of gunshot residues were found around the edge and inside the right pocket of Kanyamunyu's pair of trousers and on the right-hand breast part of his long-sleeved sky blue shirt.
According to Aalanyu, Kanyamunyu told him that before he could get out, he heard a gunshot and one of the people was screaming for help pleading to be taken to hospital as the occupants of the car fled.
In his ruling, Justice Steven Mubiru allowing the prosecution request and asked all those with recording gadgets including mobile phones, cameras and recorders to keep them away, saying they will be confiscated.
Mutebi told court presided over by Justice Steven Mubiru that on November 12th, 2016 at around 7:30 pm he was in the Emergency Parking of Nakasero Hospital when he was called by Kanyamunyu. He told court that the suspect had brought Akena in his vehicle registration number UAW 548N.