Lawyer pushes for more charges against Ruto, Sang at ICC
06 July 2012, 09:36
The Hague - Lawyers of post-election violence victims at International Criminal Court (ICC) want trial judges to include more express and independent charges against two Kenyan suspects in the event of a conviction.
Sureta Chana wants looting, destruction of property, and infliction of injuries also included as express charges in the event of a conviction against Eldoret North MP William Ruto and radio journalist Joshua arap Sang, The Standard.
In her submission to the trial chamber led by Presiding Judge Kuniko Ozaki, Chana said the crimes should also be specifically referred to in the description of accounts.
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