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Taylor Report
Interview
David Jacobs
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David Jacobs reports ICC withdrawal of all charges against President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta.

Jacobs and Phil Taylor discuss the irony of the Prosecution admitting they have no evidence while requesting unlimited adjournment that would leave President Kenyatta in limbo.

Jacobs reads short piece reads from the Statement of the Defense, Steven Kay and Gillian Higgins, who point out that "Insufficient investigations and over-reliance on untested NGO reports crippled this case from its inception," and concluded that the Prosecution owed Kenyatta and others involved "an explanation and an apology for failing to investigate the post-election violence properly and shielding those involved behind its witness protection scheme."

Jacobs also reads Kenyatta's statement that the ICC "stopped being the home of justice the day it became the toy of declining imperial powers."

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00:27:02 1 Dec. 8, 2014
Toronto, Ontario
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