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11:03
11:03

Judge Cautions against Using Torture to Extract Evidence from Suspects justice 2

Justice Mukiibi observed that ideally police should gather intelligence about a suspect and convert that into evidence to be presented to the courts before anyone is arrested and paraded as a suspect.
14:27
14:27

Judiciary: Africa Court Ruling Will Not Stop Kwoyelo's Trial arrest 1

The judiciary has said the ongoing trial of Thomas Kwoyelo,a former commander of the Lords Resistance Army will continue despite a ruling from the African court.
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20:20

Jamil Mukulu Demands Formal Extradition Documents adf 2 1

Jamil Mukulu, Abdallah Omar and Muhammad Matovu, with whom they were arrested in Tanzania, are demanding that a formal procedure with details of their extradition be availed to ascertain whether the charges tehy faced in Tanzania are the same as the ones they are facing in Uganda.
07:56
07:56

Uganda is Incapable of Trying Kwoyelo- Lawyer icd 4 1

A scheduled confirmation hearing that was scheduled to take place on June 11th, 2018 flopped after Kwoyelos lawyer, Charles Dalton Opwonya informed court that the defense team wasnt ready to proceed in the absence of their colleagues, Caleb Alaka and Evans Ochieng.
16:02
16:02

Court Denies Kiggundu Murder Suspect Bail home 1 2 Top story

In her ruling, Justice Jane Persis Kiggundu denied Nyanzi bail on several grounds including the fact that he doesnt have a fixed place of residence. She observed that according to court documents, Nyanzi lives in three places including Kyempisi, Nansana and Nakawa, which makes it difficult to track him.
10:13
10:13

State Seeks Time to Verify Sureties in Maj Kiggundu Murder Case 2 1

In 2017, High Court judge Justice Margaret Oumo Oguli of Civil Division ruled that Nyanzi was tortured while in custody and ordered that government compensates him with 80 million Shillings.
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17:35

Slow Court Process Worries LRA's Thomas Kwoyelo dominic ongwen 1

He faces 12 Confirmed counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity and 53 alternative charges for crimes allegedly committed during the insurgency in northern Uganda. They include willful killing, kidnap with intent to murder and destruction of property among others.
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