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Reasons why ICC cases collapsed
By Joe Musyoki | Updated Apr 09, 2016 at 08:51 EAT

The collapse of the Kenyan cases should serve as a lesson to the ICC, particularly the office of the prosecutor on collection of evidence.

The prosecutor heavily relied on third party sources and unreliable witnesses, leading to a weak case.

However, Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda came on board after the wheels of justice had started rolling. Her predecessor Luis Moreno-Ocampo should take the blame for taking Kenyans on a wild goose chase!

The Kenyan case proved a hard nut to crack with allegations of witness and political interference. Leading to the dismissal of all cases.

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