Fresh details have today on Tuesday emerged concerning Paul Gicheru International Court of Criminal (ICC) trial in Hague. According to prosecution, witness P-0341 claimed that lawyer Paul Gicheru bribed other witness using money from the second in command deputy president William Ruto. Witness P-0341 was a victim of the post election violence and has never testified against DP Ruto nor even Joshua Sang.
"P-0341 agreed to not to attend any more ICC meetings, but in fact subsequently continued to do so. Ruto was pleased with the agreement reached with the witnesses," part of the prosecution trial brief report read. As a result of this , ICC Court has accused Gicheru of playing key role in the scheme to twist DP Ruto's trial.
The report has actually dealt the prosecution a huge blow as ICC Court declines evidence linking th second in command deputy president William Ruto to bribery.
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