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PHOTOS: How Police Nailed American Journalist

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At round 1:00pm, Kampala Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago, Abdu Katuntu, Frank Niwagaba, Chris Baryomunsi and Besigye left the venue as Taylor followed their convoy.

However, there was a scuffle between Besigye and Police at Mabirizi Complex, with the latter towing away the politician’s car to Central Police Station.

As events unfolded, Krauss was filming the police’s actions.

It was at that time that security operatives picked and detained Krauss at Jinja Road Police Station in Kampala.

His camera and memory cards were subsequently confiscated.

Chimpreports understands that a few days before his arrest, Krauss had been seen covering the chaos that ensued as police tried to escort Lukwago to the Tribunal.

The Internal Affairs Ministry says it has resolved to deport the journalist whom it accuses of violating the country’s immigration rules and operating illegally.

Sources in security told this website on Friday that Krauss was secretly filming the political violence in Uganda to facilitate opposition in filing evidence of human rights abuses against President Yoweri Museveni a the International Criminal court.

All along, the journalist was being trailed by security personnel.

Krauss at work moments before being arrested

Leader of opposition in Parliament, Nandala Mafabi said they were in final stages of petitioning the ICC as government continues to “persecute” opposition leaders particularly Dr Besigye and Lukwago.

Police say opposition rallies in Kampala disrupt businesses and traffic.

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