Ali breaks silence, describes delight at acquittal
25 January 2012, 18:29
Nairobi – Former Police Commissioner Mohammed Hussein
Ali has broken his studious silence and announced his delight after the
International Criminal Court (ICC) declined to confirm his charges of
crimes against humanity.
Ali told a news conference in the Nairobi that although he was
pleased at being set free, he does not regret “at all” the work he did
while at the helm of the Kenyan police which saw ICC Prosecutor Luis
Moreno Ocampo accuse him of murder, deportation or forcible transfer,
rape and other forms of sexual violence; as well as other inhumane acts
and persecution after the disputed presidential election of 2007.
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