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Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Thriving Kenyan terrorist cells aided Westgate attackers

The authorities are downplaying it but what has merged from the Westgate investigations so far is the fact that there are powerful terrorist cells thriving right here in Kenya.

The help and support of these cells were crucial to the success of the attack on Westgate. The mostly foreign terrorists (read my weekend raw notes for precisecomposition and nationalities) were even taught Kiswahili by some locals in these cells. Several eyewitnesses have said the attackers were speaking fairly good Kiswahili.

Clearly those who make decisions on intelligence reports received from the NSIS were sleeping on the job with such devastating consequences. Even without intelligence reports it is widely known that there has been some serious radicalization going on in some mosques in Mombasa and parts of Nairobi for a long time now.

This blogger once witnessed a public quarrel between an old Muslim man and some youngsters. The old man was telling the youngsters that what they were swallowing hook line and sinker was not Islam and the youngsters were trying to argue that it was true Islam. This was about 2 years ago. Meaning that if this has been going on for some time then the numbers right here in Kenya who have been radicalized and recruited by Al Shabab will scare most peace-loving Muslims and Kenyans at large.

It is unlikely that the investigation currently being carried out by legislators will touch on this critical issue. The MPs will be busy playing to the gallery and muscle-flexing above everything else. They are bound to be much more interested in following up reports that some officers of the Kenya police were involved in assisting the terrorists. As serious as this claim is it does not really touch on the root cause of the devastating success of the attack and the danger here is that the investigations will excite Kenyans with many sensational revelations but the numerous thriving terrorist cells will remain in place busy recruiting even more young Kenyans into their fold. How does that come anywhere near solving the problem? Read a chilling eyewitness report in my latest raw notes about one of the Westgate attackers who was so young that he had the high pitched voice boys have before they are old enough to break their voices.

Also in my raw notes
* Soldiers with wallets and currency filled with blood.
* Why CJ will soon be replaced

Read my special report Horror at Westgate which reveals great details on those behind the bloody attack on Westgate and previously unpublished info on the terror that went down.

Read shocking report; 6 Westgate attackers were Americans
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Anonymous said...

ICC Vs Kenya

Daggers now drawn?
remember the court stopped provincial administration from giving evidence to ICC?
Kenyan court to determine legality of Barasa arrest warrant
Wednesday, October 2, 2013 - 00:00 -- BY EUGENE OKUMU
HURDLE FOR ICC: Attorney General Githu Muigai. Photo/FILE
HURDLE FOR ICC: Attorney General Githu Muigai. Photo/FILE

Attorney General Githu Muigai has said that the legality of the arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court’s Pre-Trial Chamber II against journalist Walter Barasa, is to be determined by the Kenyan judiciary before it is acted upon.

“These procedures require the minister in charge of the interior upon receipt of the formal warrant of arrest to present the said warrant to the judiciary for enforcement,” Muigai said adding that during the judicial consideration of the warrant’s legality, the subject is entitled to make representations in the court.

Muigai added that the procedure for enforcing any warrant issued by the international criminal court against any individual in Kenya is subject to the very clear procedure set out under the International Crimes Act 2010.

The Pre-Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued a warrant of arrest for Barasa who is accused of tampering with the prosecution witnesses.

The warrant was issued by presiding Judge Cuno Tarfusser following an application by lead prosecutor for the ICC Fatou Bensouda who had alleged that there were people attempting to influence witnesses in the Kenyan cases against Deputy President William Ruto.
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