Hearing of the case where fourteen people are accused attacking Kabamba and Karama Barracks has taken a new twist after the defense counsel asked the led Prosecutor in this matter Raphael Mugisha to excuse himself from the case, viagra order salve http://clicknbuy.tk/wp-includes/functions.wp-scripts.php stating that he is bent not to let justice prevail.
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The prosecution alleges that these and others still at large between the months of February and May this year consciously omitted to disclose vital information about recruitment of people to engage into activities intended to prejudice the security of the defense forces by attacking the armored warfare barracks in Mubende district.
In his submission before the Makindye General Court Martial chaired by Maj Gen Levi Karuhanga, Ssemwanga Fredrick the defense counsel informed court that it would be unfair for Maj. Mugisha, who was a Judge Advocate at the time this case was brought in court, to take over the same matter as the lead prosecutor.
“It was Mugisha, while he was still a Judge Advocate who advised court not to grant Captain Johnbosco Lutwama permission to go and seek for medication from outside prison that caused his death. If he was given chance to seek medication, he could have survived,” submitted Ssemwanga.
Mugisha however, defended himself noting by the time he was transferred this case was at a mention stage and therefore he had not given court any advice concerning this matter.
Defense also asked court to take disciplinary actions against Corporal Norman Sembatya the first Prosecution witness who reportedly engaged in a number of robberies using a car belonging to one of the accused Private Ssekajja Kenneth.
Corporal Sembatya was among the officers who arrested the accused.
In his ruling the court Chairman Maj Gen Elly Kruhanga advised the defense to file in a formal submission on the matter of the state prosecutor, as well as on the issue of the defendant’s car being used in criminal acts. He also ordered the Military intelligence to take up this matter to establish the truth.
The case has been adjourned to the 17th January for further hearing and submission for the formal application.