The International Crimes Division (ICD) of the High Court has indefinitely adjourned Thomas Kwoyelo aka Latoni’s pre-trial that was earlier scheduled today.
Speaking to judiciary, the spokesperson Solomon Muyita said, a new date will be communicated for establishment of weather he has a prima facie case to answer in courts of law.
Muyita decline to explain why the pre- trial has not kicked off and said he will call back after leaving the unrevealed office where was speaking from.
The former middle rebel commander of Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) that was led by Joseph Kony is charged with various counts including murder, aggravated robbery, rape and sundry.
The ongoing pre-trial session is presided over by Justice Susan Okalany who rose to fame after she led to the conviction 2010 terrorists that killed a at least 74 people at Kyadondo Rugby ground and Kabalagala as the gathered to watch world cup final.
Upon establishment of a legally required rebuttable presumption, Kwoyelo’s main trial will be presided over by a panel of three justices led Moses Mukiibi, Duncan Gaswaga and Michael Elubu.
Mr. Kwoyelo, who is currently held at Luzira Prison, surrendered in 2008 to Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) in Central African Republic (CAR).
His counterpart Dominic Ongwen is currently facing similar charges of murder, attempted murder, torture, cruel treatment, and other inhumane acts at the international criminal court (ICC).