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Bring us solid evidence, not hearsay – ICC judges

30 October 2013, 20:48

Nairobi - The prosecution, in the trial of Deputy President William Ruto and Joshua arap Sang,had to deal with a huge blow to their evidence when the International Criminal Court (ICC) Trial Chamber V(a) has warned that "rumours" did not have any accountability in the court, Capital FM reports.

Ruto and Sang are facing charges of crimes against humanity for allegedly inciting violence after the elections in 2008. The ICC,this week extended the duos trial until the 8th of November to allow a seventh witness to take the stand.

But the presiding Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji made a stern warning that the information from witnesses lacked authenticity and that it would not hold any water when the verdict is announced. 

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