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Order Pursuant to Rule 72(E): Application by Brima Bazzy Kamara in Respect of Jurisdiction and Defects in the Indictment, 9 October 2003

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This chapter discusses a case from the Trial Chamber of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, regarding the order pursuant to Rule 72(E) application by Brima Bazzy Kamara in respect of jurisdiction and defects in the indictment.The Court found that the foregoing submissions raise a serious issue relating to the jurisdiction of "the Special Court" to try "the Accused" on all the counts of the Indictment that have been issued against him. It ordered that the reference of this "Application" to the Appeals Chamber shall not operate as a stay of the trial of "the Accused.".

Keywords:Appeals Chamber; Brima Bazzy Kamara; Indictment; Rule 72(E); Special Court for Sierra Leone; Trial Chamber



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