A Kenyan legal representative sought to defend the Lord Jesus Christ in court. He declared the crucifixion of Jesus Christ to be an illegal act that took place two thousand years ago.
Dola Indidis, a former spokesman for the Kenyan Judiciary, has filed a case with the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands, asking that Jesus' conviction and death sentence be overturned.
In the complaint filed with the ICC, the lawyer identified as defendants such figures as Pontius Pilate, the Roman Empire, King Herod, and the modern-day nations of Italy and Israel.
For this reason, I have taken this matter to the International Court of Justice, because it is my responsibility to defend the honor of the guy from Nazareth. The lawyer revealed to Standard Media.
After Jesus Christ performed miracles and claimed to be the son of God, he was imprisoned by Jewish authorities and charged with blasphemy, as recounted in the New Testament of the Bible.
Jesus Christ was sent back to Pontius Pilate by both King Herod and Pontius Pilate after his arrest. Pilate knew Jesus was innocent, yet instead of freeing him, he sent him to the cross along with two criminals.
As a result, Indidis argued that the questions asked to Jesus were improper, that he was unfairly punished during the trial itself, and that the evidence used to find him guilty was flimsy.
It was stated by legal experts that the Kenyan lawyer was waging a hopeless case. In this case, the International Court of Justice (ICJ), which was established to resolve disputes between states, lacks the authority to rule on the issue.
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