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Kenya yet to expressly abolish death sentence

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When High Court judge Mohammed Warsame sentenced to death police inspector Dickson Munene and his friend Alex Chepkonga for the murder of James Ng'ang'a, the defence faulted the ruling. It cited a recent precedent where the Court of Appeal upheld a death sentence saying it is not the only punishment for murder convicts.

Kenya yet to expressly abolish death sentence

By | 9 years ago

Lawyers fault Muiruri murder case ruling

Lawyers fault Muiruri murder case ruling

Lawyers holding brief for one of the convicts in the murder case of a former Member of Parliament’s son have termed the ruling faulty.

| 9 years ago

Judge wants Kibaki to okay hanging of convicts

A High Court judge on Wednesday took issue with failure by President Kibaki to order the hanging of death row convicts.

| 9 years ago

Policeman, businessman to hang for killing former MP's son

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| 9 years ago

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