ICC Lawyers to Seek More Evidence on Kenya ICC CaseMay 23 | Posted by David Goldman | Crime, Intelligence News
ICC has sent lawyers and experts will be in Kenya to carry out a series of investigations on the post election violence cases that are now at the Hague based court.
Events that have played out in the recent past including the admission by the ICC chief prosecutor Moreno Ocampo that the Kenya case can be delayed until the polls are conducted have revealed cracks in the prosecution evidence and plan.
In most cases, if the evidence provided holds ground and the judges find it substantial and sufficiently incriminating, then a hearing can be speedy and a judgment possible at the earliest convenience.
Strategic Intelligence analyzed these events and possibilities and using very refined intelligence analysis doctrines found the prosecution led by Ocampo as feeling threatened by its poor evidence against the suspects particularly Mr Kenyatta.
The lawyers will be in the country to conduct more investigations besides examine various sources of evidence and witnesses who provided previous evidence.
Two scenarios are playing out with lack of credible witnesses and evidence becoming the dominant factor.
The second scenario is to investigate previous sources of evidence and witnesses such as the KNHCR and NGO’s and authenticate their credibility as sources of prosecution witnesses and evidence.