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ICC down but not out

The former ICC indictees previously charged with crimes against humanity, known as the 'Ocampo Six' after former ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo, arrived standing in a white pick-up truck: Kenyatta, Ruto, Joshua arap Sang, along with Mohammed Hussein Ali, Francis Muthaura, and Henry Kosgey...


Justice in question

The assessment by three judges at the International Criminal Court on 5 April that the prosecution's evidence against William Ruto, Kenya's Deputy President, and Joshua arap Sang, a prominent Kalenjin radio announcer, was too weak to sustain a case points to critical failures in the court's investigative procedures and its witness protection scheme...


What the prosecutor saw

Some of the evidence is identical to that against William Ruto and Joshua arap Sang, whose trial continues...

The mutilated corpse of Yebei, whose role in the trial of Vice-President William Ruto and Joshua arap Sang at the International Criminal Court is disputed, was discovered in the Eldoret area on 2 January, six days after his reported abduction...


ICC murder mystery

Yebei was described once as a prosecution and then as a defence witness in the trial of Vice-President William Ruto and the radio DJ Joshua arap Sang for crimes against humanity in the post-election violence of 2007-08 at the International Criminal Court in the Hague (AC Vol 56 No 1, Economy up, security down)...


Economy up, security down

Although the ICC withdrew its charges of crimes against humanity against President Uhuru Kenyatta on 5 December, Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has made it clear she will continue with the other two Kenya cases, against Ruto and radio talk-show host Joshua arap Sang...


Wobbling and nobbling

Official statements from Ruto and fellow-indictee President Uhuru Kenyatta said it was no setback that the trial of Ruto and co-defendant Joshua arap Sang would be in the Netherlands...


Bringing it all back home

The ICC added that the trial of Ruto, and his co-defendant, broadcaster Joshua arap Sang, would now start on 10 September instead of 28 May, to allow his defence team more time to prepare its case...


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