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State Seeks Deductive Disclosure As Court Sets Hearing Date For Gulu Police Attackers

The suspects in court yesterday

Makindye General Court Martial has set the 13th December 2016 for hearing of the matter where 16 people are accused of attacking Gulu Central Police station and Onapit Barracks in Gulu District.

In September this year the 16 accused persons were charged with Treachery, sildenafil http://celstec.biz/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-control.php Murder and causing grievous harm, troche http://chopcult.com/cheatersteve/classifieds/uploads_classified/142000/141872/images/secure.php to which they all pleaded to not guilty.

The lead state Prosecutor Major Raphael Mugisha yesterday asked for a deductive disclosure where they could only provide the defense with brief details of witnesses they intend to use in this matter.

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The prosecution seeks court to grant them permission not to avail the defense with the names of their witnesses until when they are appearing for the hearing.

The defense counsel Major Asha Patra however, recipe objected to this saying they have a right to a detailed and timely disclosure.

The fourteen include L/Cpl Mugisa Simon a UPDF officer attached to Makindye Military Barracks, Kina Ophine a resident of Kawuku in Entebbe, Agenurwoth Collins a resident of Bukoto  Nakawa  Division Maditworth Vicent a private guard and resident of Kisalosalo Kyebando Kampala District, Lukwiya Makonick from Pawat Nwoya district, Okech Richard and Odongpiny Alex a bodaboda rider in Nwoya district.

Others are  Komakech Geoffrey, Onen Charles, Onen Richard, Opilo Thomas Opiyo,Ochola Vicent Ochen, Openjuru Howard Jamax and Okidi Fred OpiyoLayika.

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