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GROUP MOVES TO THE HAGUE TO BLOCK ICC CASE.

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Security chiefs who served during post-election violence have moved to The Hague to seek orders to stop ICC chief prosecutor Louis Moreno-Ocampo from indicting suspects linked to the violence, we have reliably learnt. Nine of the PPOs and PCs who were in office in the period have filed an application at the court seeking to stop Moreno-Ocampo from appearing before the Pre-Trial Chamber II. Moreno-Ocampo is expected to appear before the Chamber in two weeks’ time to seek the indictment of the suspects. They also want three judges sitting at the Chamber to stop an ICC process in Nairobi that seeks to interrogate them beginning Tuesday. The application was made yesterday in a case lodged at the registrar’s office at The Hague, sources said.

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