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UYD Case: State Blamed for ‘Delay Tactics’

The UYD youths outside court

Hearing of the case before Buganda Road grade one magistrate Joan Aciro where 5 Uganda Young Democrats (UYD) members are facing charges of inciting violence and assaulting a police officer did not proceed as scheduled today, viagra buy http://chagoscantina.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/general.php after the defense asked court to put pressure on the prosecution side to avail them with all the evidence they intend to rely on in prosecuting this case.

The defense protested the fact that defense did not include some items on the evidence list such as the claimed placards which they had earlier revealed were found with the suspects when they committed the crimes.

The magistrate thus ordered the state prosecutor Peter Mugisha to disclose all the documents they intend to rely on in this case before closure of business today and thereby adjourned the hearing of this case to 27 October.

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After court, site http://defensebydesign.com/wp-admin/includes/dashboard.php agitated UYD youths informed press that the time they spent on remand in Luzira had made them stronger and able to deal with “all these delay tactics”

The prosecution alleges that the five people Bigirwa Moses, http://cuencahighlife.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/functions.php Kitonsa Allan, Juma Kayondo, Haruna Nsibuka and Hakim Kizza on 14th September 2016 at Parliament of Uganda Kampala district without lawful excuse made a statement that called for incitement of violence against the public.

The state further alleges that on 14th September in Kampala District the accused assaulted ASP Ombworoh Benson at the time he was executing their duties.

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