Legal professionals want AG to interfere in kidnap case against law enforcement officials

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Defence lawyers representing the 7 cops charged with the kidnap of 3 Rwandese nationals have asked the lawyer widespread William Byaruhanga to interfere into the conduct of the court cases against their clients before the general courtroom Martial.
that is after the 7 panel court chaired by using Lt. Gen Andrew Gutti refused to honor orders contained in a ruling of excessive court docket judge Margaret Oguli-Oumo that directed for the release of the cops whose trial she declared as unlawful and illegal.
but in spite of receipt of this ruling, the military court docket went in advance to even cancel the bail it had granted to the 3 junior officers and remanded the entire group of 7 officials to Makindye military police barracks till today.
This has nowadays triggered lead protection counsel Caleb Alaka to tell court docket that he is pressured to are seeking a meeting with the attorney general, the court’s head Lt. Gen Andrew Gutti and the prosecution group led through Maj. Raphael Mugisha for a clean clarification and interpretation of the excessive courtroom ruling.
In February this year, Justice Oguli ordered for the instant launch and discharge of those police officers on grounds that the navy court acted unreasonably to fee serving police officers with offenses of being in unlawful ownership of firearms but, they want weapons within the execution in their responsibilities.
The jailed cops consist of ; the former commandant of the unique Operations Unit Nixon Agasirwe ,Joel Aguma , Benon Atwebembeirwe, Abel Tumukunde Fisal Katende , KwarisimaAmon and James Magada.
The navy court docket has these days despatched them lower back on remand till the may 8th 2018 after prosecution mentioned of incomplete inquiries.

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