Sierra Leone News: Court Martial: Fugitive Captain Kamara Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison

Fugitive Captain Kamara

The Presiding Judge Advocate of Court Martial, Alhaji Momoh-Jah Stevens on Tuesday July 2, 2019, sentenced the first accused in absentia, fugitive Captain Patrick E. Kamara and the third accused person Warrant Officer Class II, Abu Bakarr Jalloh to 10 years and three years in prison, respectively. The 2nd accused, Warrant Officer Class 1, Samuel Conteh is acquitted and discharged.




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