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Fury as Major Exhibit Gets ‘Stolen’ in Terror Trial

Defense Counsel Annet Badda consults with some of the suspects during yesterday's session

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There was confusion and panic on Thursday morning as a major exhibit went missing during the 2010 Lugogo Bombing trial, drug http://collegeofchaplains.com/components/com_newsfeeds/models/categories.php  leading to its halt by the trial judge Alphonse Owiny- Dollo.

On Thursday morning, information pills http://cirnow.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-theme-upgrader-skin.php prosecution lined up its 58th witness identified as ‘N’ for security purposes who works as a financial analyst at Airtel Africa headquarters in Nairobi. She was to present phone printouts in a bid to pin the suspects in the case.

The 35 year old  female analyst told court that  on request from the Kenya Anti Terrorism Police Unit, pills http://cphpost.dk/wp-includes/class-wp-locale.php she had  printed  out  call data for 4 Airtel numbers  0732812681,0734045678,0732783568 and 0733100111 for analysis.

As the session went on, the prosecution side led by Senior State Prosecutor Suzan Okalany and Lino Anguzo told the presiding judge that   the phone printout for 0732812681 was missing and asked for a break to trace it, a request that was granted.

However, after the 20 minute break, the prosecutors told court that efforts to trace for the missing document had been futile and requested that the witness be stood over for another day.

“The document has been stolen   because we had it in the morning but right now not even its photocopy can be traced. I have been here since 8:30am but I can only see the envelope in which it was,” the lead prosecutor Okalany told the trial judge.

According to the prosecution, the Airtel phone printout  was very crucial in the case  as it would help them proceed  with the next witness  who according to sources will analyze the calls made prior to the July 2010 Lugogo attack.

“The photocopies and original document were packed together but all have gone missing. It’s a big problem to us and we can’t proceed to next witness who is crucial in the case because his evidence will depend much on the missing document,” Lino Anguzo told the judge.

Asked whether they think the defense lawyers had a hand in the missing of the document, Okalany replied, “I don’t know and I would not accuse them of something I am not sure of.”

The trial judge gave the prosecution more time up to 2 pm this afternoon to try and trace for the missing document after which he would announce the next course of action.

“I will give you an opportunity to go back to your chambers or home and check for the missing document. The case shall resume at 2 o’clock,” the trial judge Alphonse Owiny- Dollo noted.

 

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