The ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has come with new allegations against the deputy president William Ruto, in the new fillings, it has been revealed that Bensouda has claimed that the deputy president William Ruto was involved in witnesses interference.She argued that Ruto was the mastermind and sponsor of the efforts by the intermediaries led by lawyer Paul Gicheru to undermine the crimes against humanity charges against him.
Deputy President William Ruto /Photo Courtesy In a damning document whose contents were only revealed to the public yesterday, ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has revealed the identities of three Ruto allies she alleges assisted in witness tampering.The 161 page document was submitted in March 2021 as part of evidence submitted against former Ruto lawyer Paul Gicheru who surrendered to the ICC in November 2020.
Kenyan lawyer Mr. Paul Gicheru now calls upon the International Criminal Court, ICC to suspend the hearing of confirmation of charges laid against him. Gicheru who is back from the Hague based court after surrendering in November last year, states that the suspension of the proceedings would enable the parties involved to wait for a decision by the Appeals Chamber on whether he will be subjected to one or three judge bench. According to a publication by the Standard, Gicheru's move is made to ensure that there
Deputy president William Ruto and his hurstler nation can now sigh with relief as lawyer Paul Gicheru reveals his major intention of going to the Hague. Gicheru was Ruto's lawyer whom ICC had accused of bribing witnesses that were supposed to testify against Ruto and jounalist Sang. Following a warrant of arrest that the court had issued against him, the lawyer surprised many when he surrendered himself to the Netherland based court where he was detained for 3 months until he was released but with a lot of Conditions.
Lawyer Paul Gicheru was released from the ICC this week on Tuesday after many months of causing uncertainty in the country when he had surrendered to the court. There had been speculations that the lawyer had surrendered to the court as a scheme to fix DP Ruto and revive his ICC case back. The lawyer has finally spoken in going to ICC to fix Ruto revealing how life in ICC looks like. Speaking to the Standard, Gicheru has dismissed claims that he went to the criminal court to fix Ruto. According to him, he only
Lawyer Paul Gicheru quietly returned to the country on Tuesday after three months at the Hague-based International Criminals Court (ICC). Gicheru secretly surrendered to the ICC raising confusion and speculations that he might have gone to set up deputy president William Ruto. This is because Ruto’s ICC case and that of journalist Sang were dismissed with a condition of being re-admitted if new evidence came up. Speaking to the Standard on Thursday from his Nairobi office, Gicheru affirmed that he did not
Lawyer Paul Gicheru has finally opened up after his release why he turned himself in to International Criminal Court (ICC). In a statement on Monday, ICC said Gicheru was released to Kenya with specific conditions restricting liberty, during the confirmation of charges proceedings against him at the court. He had been a wanted man for years; wanted over claims of interfering with court’s witnesses as they regarded earlier cases involving President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto. The cases crumbled
The international criminal court (ICC) on Monday conditionally released Paul Gicheru who was among the three Kenyans facing charges of influencing witnesses in a post election violence case that claimed over 1000 lives in 2007/2008. Gicheru who surrendered to Dutch authorities on November 2,2020 despite high court order freezing a warrant of arrest against him, returned home on Tuesday after spending about three months in international criminal court custody. He had been a wanted man for years; wanted over claims