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Four acquitted of 2002 Kenya hotel suicide blast

A Kenyan judge on Thursday acquitted four men charged in the 2002 suicide bombing of an Israeli-owned hotel that killed 15 people, saying prosecutors had failed to link them to the bombers or al Qaeda.”The prosecution has not established that the four accused persons were at the scene of the murder, nor that they had met the two suicide bombers and there was a pre-arranged plan between them and the suicide bombers,” Kenya High Court Justice John Osiemo said. The lack of evidence was such that prosecutors should not have accused the four, who faced 15 counts of murder, he added.Full Story

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