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South Sudan Appeal Court says phone wiretapping “unconstitutional”

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May 28, 2017 (NAIROBI) – The Court of Appeal in South Sudan has ruled as “unconstitutional” a controversial wiretapping system used by South Sudan National Security Service (NSS) to listen to phone calls.

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The device, which has been a subject of investigations by the United Nations panel of experts, was acquired by South Sudan from Israel.

In delivering its verdict in the case of the 16 people accused of corruption in the president’s office, the Appeal Court held that “The trial judge had erred in facts and law when he convicted accused N0.1 John Agou Wuoi, accused N0.2 Anyieth Chaat Paul and accused N0.8 Kur Ayuen Kou on illegally and improperly obtained evidence from wiretapping telephone which violated Article 22 of the Transitional Constitution of the Republic of South Sudan 2011”.

The court agreed with a precedence cited by Advocate Kiir Chol Deng and summarised by the learned judges on page 56 of the judgment, which stated: “Map Vs. Ohio (1962) where the Supreme Court of the United States of America held that: evidence obtained in violation of the constitution has to be excluded from State as well as Federal trials, that is to say the prosecution cannot use evidence gained by illegal means to convict the accusees, even if the evidence is not obtained in direct contravention of the letter of the Constitution, where such evidence is obtained in such manner as to be reprehensible according to the spirit of the constitution, such evidence shall not be admitted”.

Another precedence cited and summarised on page 73 of the judgement read; “I also agree with learned Advocate Kiir Chol Deng in citing the Kenyan precedent of the appeal of the case of The Republic Vs. Gachoka and another (1999) EKLR, the court of appeal of Kenya held that “at the end of the day, it is the duty of the courts to enforce the provisions of the constitution, otherwise there would be no reason for having those provisions in the first place”.

The Court of Appeal further to said this on the issue of illegal searches and arrest carried out by the General Intelligence Bureau on page 70 of the judgement, “the arrests and search may not have conformed to provisions of section 75,76 and 77 of the Code Criminal Procedures Act 2008”.

The accused were arrested under section 7 of the National Security Service Act 2014, but not convicted under the same section thereof.

The Court of Appeal, on page 65 of the judgment, said “the judge of the court of instance did not also clarify role of each accused in commissioning of the offence, that is the link to the whole thing and these needs to be made clear in the judgement from evidence provided to the court”.

The judge had never quoted the specific sections of the laws subject to violations or the charges, nor did he discuss ingredients of the alleged offences committed by the accused in relation to evidence adduced by the parties before the court but accused were generally convicted without specifying acts or role of each accused in commission of the crime and intention”, it further stated.

The court verdict went further on page 66 stating, “in other words the trial judge should discuss mens rea and actus reus (action and intention) of different offences alleged to have been committed by each individual in order to prove guilt or commission of the alleged offence beyond reasonable doubt”.

The court cited a precedence of the Sudanese case of Sudan government Vs Fatima Hussein reported in SLJR 1966 at page 75-80; it has been remarked in the Sudan by Imam J “it is clear that for any crime to be complete, generally speaking, requirement of the law concerning mens rea and actus reus (action and intention) must both be satisfied else no crime would have been committed and the accused would be entitled to an acquittal”.

The majority decision of the appeal court ruled on page 64 of the Court of Appeal Judgement; “it is clear that the trial judge had erred in law when he decided to sentences the 16 accused persons to imprisonment for 7 years each for violation of sections 14/15 of Anti-money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing Act 2012 without conviction. It is also clear from records that the trial judge did not quote sections 14/15 of AMLACTF of 2012 and discuss them in light of the evidence adduced before the court by both parties, prosecution and defence to reach a just conclusion. It is a duty of the Court to discuss ingredients of every offence by posing questions and answering the same from evidence availed before it by the parties and the law, section in question, subject of violations.

In response to some grounds or contentions raised by the defence lawyers in their memorandum of the appeals presented to the court on behalf of appellants, the court had this to say to respond to No.4 on page 71 of the judgement “at this moment NO comment since it is my view somewhere in this judgement that the judgement of the court of the first instance be quashed and case papers be returned to the trial judge to discuss evidence adduced before it with law, that is to discuss ingredients of the offences with evidence available”.

Appearing in court on 4th May 2016 as prosecution witness N0.24, Napoleon Adok Gai, the spy- master behind the new advance communication gadget told the court the phone interception recordings he played in court as evidence against accused N0.8, Kur Ayuen Kou were done on his own personal accord. He was not authorised by his superior like the Director General of General Intelligence Bureau to monitor phone number either written or verbally.

This particular advance communication wiretapping device sold to the Government of South Sudan is now a subject of a legal battle in Israel. This is after an Israeli Member of Parliament filed a lawsuit, challenging the legality of Israel Defense Ministry decision to keep selling sophisticated wiretapping spy tools to South Sudanese government even after the bloody civil war broke out.

Tamar Zandberg, who currently represents Meretz party in the Israeli parliament, Knesset, filed a Legal case with High Court of Justice arguing that Jerusalem should stop selling listening devices to Juba because the tools are being used by the South Sudanese government to monitor its citizens unlawfully.

In her legal challenge, MP Tamar Zandberg added that she wants the High Court of Justice of Israel to legally barred the export license issued by Israeli’s Defense Ministry, saying the license allows South Sudanese government to keep buying sophisticated listening devices from the Israeli government.

A recent report released by the U.N panel of experts accused the Israeli government of supplying South Sudan with high-tech communications interception equipment.

The report further said that Israel keeps exporting modern spy devices to South Sudan’s government even after it agreed to a UN request to stop selling weapons to the violence-wracked nation.

In that report, the panel also alleged that the “advance spy tools” are being used by Juba to “eavesdrop on its opponents.”

(ST)

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  • 28 May 22:28, by Kush Natives

    I strongly agreed for wiretapping not to be used to track down money laundering criminals. But, what if money laundering criminals becomes smartest people then the consitution’s mandate? That wouldn’t be a case here anyway, as long as those wrongdoers are caught up with unlawfully acts. They MUST still hold accountable.

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    • 29 May 14:33, by achol Mavins

      @Kush Native.. There are a lot of evidence concerning this corruption case other than the so called ’ wire tapping’. These thieves must face the law instead of wasting their ’stolen millions’ to Sudan Tribune for this post because it will never get them out of this case

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  • 29 May 08:43, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

    Is there constitution in Kiir’s South Sudan that is being ruled like a Dinka village? Let the almighty God have mercy on us!! From war against oppression under Jallaba only to end up with another oppression under Dinka. Oppression and discrimination has no colour.

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    • 29 May 11:09, by Tut Gatkuoth

      @jur_likang_a_ likan’g. There is nothing like oppression under Dinka. Let’s face the fact that this is case of corruption and the 16 thieves are mostly from Dnka tribe.They must pay from what they have done.

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      • 29 May 16:16, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

        Mr Tut

        What are you writing about? If a journalist is threatened or gunned down for writing truthful material and an elected governor of a state can be sacked by a stroke of pen by almighty president of the country. If citizens are killed here in Juba by unknown gunmen how do you believe that we have set of rules for order in the country? Do you call the country managed by constitution?

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        • 29 May 16:25, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

          In such an environment nepotism, tribalism and other forms of corruption exists like lice in a dirty garment or jiggers in the feet of dirty people. All the government is doing is busy buying weapons with which to oppress people while citizens go without food, medicines, schools and roads. All you see expensive vehicles without good roads to drive on. Thanks to USAID for Juba - Nimule road.

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    • 29 May 11:10, by Tut Gatkuoth

      @jur_likang_a_ likan’g. There is nothing like oppression under Dinka. Let’s face the fact that this is case of corruption and the 16 thieves are mostly from Dnka tribe.They must pay from what they have done.

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  • 29 May 11:05, by Tut Gatkuoth

    If this is true then it’s not a surprise because the aid in the office of Chief Justice Mr. Thomas Gama was bribed by one of the Suspect Kur Ayuen, all the processes of the appeal case was already compromised.

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  • 29 May 11:25, by Tut Gatkuoth

    I thought the Case of the corruption was against 16 suspect but now it’s clear that Mohammad Naji(Sudan tribune chief editor) has added the list to 17.. WHY IS SUDAN TRIBUNE ADVOCATING FOR TO DEFEND THOSE 16 THIEVE????? A case which is still in court. Kur Ayuen and other 15 thieves should wait for the law to take it’s course

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    • 29 May 20:57, by Jason Watskins

      Mr. Tut Gat-Asshole, Sudan Tribune is an independent not like your archaic SSBC. It advocates for truth and fairness. Kur Ayuen doesn’t work for ST. It is foolhardy to try to link ST and Kur, just like mixing water and paraffin. ST has been reporting alot on issues happening in South Sudan and the region, not only about Office of the President case against the 16 persons.

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      • 29 May 23:42, by Tut Gatkuoth

        Jason Watskins. Kur Ayuen has been paying thousand dollars to Ouma Julius ( an editor of ST based in Kampala) The money is being sent by his in law Daniel Alier through Dahabshiil from Juba to Uganda. Ouma Julius does the editing of drafts article written by those of Kur Ayuen and their defense lawyer. The edited article is then sent to Sudan for posting. This is the Link you fool.

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        • 29 May 23:47, by Tut Gatkuoth

          Continuation>>> If would love any feedback from Ouma Julius, the chief editor Mr. Mohammed Nagi in France and i will post all the details of the transcation to prove that i’m not writing nonsense like you idiot. All the articles that has been posted on ST concerning the case of corruption of the 16 convicts was done through the same coordination and payment. I have all codes of transactions.

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          • 29 May 23:54, by Tut Gatkuoth

            Continuation>> Is Sudan Tribune part of the Defense Lawyer or were they also involved in the corruption? Stop lying to people praising ST for being an independent media outlet because i know all the truth. Let them respond to any of this truth then i will embarrass you, Kur Ayuen and his inlaw Daniel Alier, Ouma Julius and the editor in Sudan.. Stop fooling yourself, Let’s talk facts not insults

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  • 29 May 12:13, by Aguer Atem Bair

    Sudan Tribune, making advocacy for corruption Lords of South Sudan. Those people in jail are the beneficiaries of this War. Agau Wuo and Anyieth Chaat Paul still have balance of 28.9 million US$. Surely where would they get such money? Mayen Wol and Yel Luol have combined balance of 35 Millions US$... and you still think they are innocent?

    Wiretapping is not new every country have it..

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  • 29 May 12:15, by Aguer Atem Bair

    For those who have been asking about Sudan tribune contribution to the conflict in South Sudan. Please here are their address in France. You can put the legal action. They can be sue in European court.
    Sudan Tribune
    13, rue de la Croix Biche
    Noisy le Grand
    Postal Code: 93160
    Phone:
    +33.664829902

    MR. NAGI MOHAMED
    MANAGING DIRECTOR,
    SUDAN TRIBUNE.
    office #2335915,
    c/o OwO, BP80157
    Roubaix Cedex 1

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  • 29 May 12:16, by Aguer Atem Bair

    Sudan Tribune
    13, rue de la Croix Biche
    Noisy le Grand
    Postal Code: 93160
    Phone:
    +33.664829902

    MR. NAGI MOHAMED
    MANAGING DIRECTOR,
    SUDAN TRIBUNE.
    office #2335915,
    c/o OwO, BP80157
    Roubaix Cedex 1
    Postal Code: 59053
    Phone:
    +33.972101007

    Legal case on the way to you Mr. Mohamed NAGI. You are not different from Kiir and Riek who benefitted from the blood of our people...

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    • 29 May 20:07, by Eastern

      Aguer Atem Biar,

      You dinkas are running short of ideas, don’t even think of touch Sudantribune, the messenger, you have already killed many South Sudanese journalists for what they have written about Kiir’s misrule. Kiir MUST GO!!!!

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    • 29 May 20:11, by Jason Watskins

      Blood money,for real? Should any sound mind person take you seriously? I guess not. Let’s assume that the 16 persons had committed the alleged crimes, did they killed anyone? I guess not. Stop threatening people here since you don’t know what you are talking about ASSHOLE. You can also be exposed!

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      • 29 May 23:22, by achol Mavins

        @Jason Watskins. ’Blood Money for real’ you must be an idiot to write that statement because those thieves; Kur Ayuen, John Agou, Mayen Wol and their associates got millions of dollars that they have taken. Is that also Blood Money..Stop reasoning with the minds of Pigs

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  • 29 May 13:21, by Makuach Deng

    Was the "wiretapping evidence" the only one in the Corruption case of the 16?? I read from this article that this was witness number 24, There are a lot of evidence got from witness 1 to 23. I think Sudan Tribune is being paid to defend only KUR AYUEN. ST should stop involvement in a corruption case where Millions of Dollars was stolen

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  • 29 May 14:30, by achol Mavins

    There is no any official ruling from the South Sudan Appeal Court on the corruption case of the 16 thieves. This article was written by ’a fake law firm’ in Juba after receiving payment from Kur Ayuen who is also one of the 16 suspect.

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    • 29 May 14:52, by Mr Point

      @achol Mavins
      Do you have evidence or references to support these statements you made?
      Do you expect readers to join you in your madness with no reason?

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      • 29 May 15:19, by Aguer Atem Bair

        Mr. Point.. you should have asked the Sudantribune for the evidence beside the wiretapping. You people are not helping those in jail at all. The more you try to divert attention the longer they will remain in jail. Let the case proceed so that innocent people among them are free..

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      • 29 May 15:52, by Makuach Deng

        @Mr. Point, I have a lot of references and evidence, I will give you the email address that was used by the writer to send the article to the editor. I will write it in the comment box now after any response from Sudan Tribune to deny it. Including the name of the so called ’fake law firm’

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        • 29 May 18:49, by Mr Point

          @Makuach Deng
          Thank you. It is indeed unusual to see calm thoughtful contributions in this Comment section where those who make claims support them with reference and evidence that can be objectively verified beyond so and so’s Facebook post.

          There is no point in giving an email address. Just provide evidence ....

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        • 29 May 21:26, by Jason Watskins

          @Makuach, publish the email address or whatever information you have on internet. Don’t send it to me or anybody else. Publish it for everyone to see and judge for themselves. Now, listen, whatever NSS is paying you to rant shamelessly, always remember Karma is a bitch...

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    • 29 May 21:19, by Jason Watskins

      Ms. Faeces, you can be bitchy but please don’t be ignorant. There was actually an official ruling from South Sudan Court kg Appeal. Again, this is indisputable fact. This ruling is a public document and anyone who need it can access it. If you are too lazy to get it, then I have help you get it. In the meantime, please go clean your smelly cunt, it is stinking even from thousand of miles away..

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  • 29 May 16:49, by Jason Watskins

    What a shame! You Moron Aguer Atem "Bair" can’t even spelt your name correctly. The case was about $14 Million and SSP 30 Million. Where the fuck did you get $28.9 Million in the name of Agau Wuo and Anyieth Chaat Paul and $35 Million in the name of Mayen Wol and Yel Luol. I don’t know how much the National Security Service are paying you to be STUPID!!

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  • 29 May 16:53, by Jason Watskins

    It is time you all National Security Service bastards and bitches get your acts together. The 16 accused persons are vicyims of high political machinations. It is very clear that no crimes was committed but you goons have refused to accept that fact. Some of you were bribed by Athorbei Gaddhaffy and you are singing to his tunes shamelessly!

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  • 29 May 18:03, by Makuach Deng

    @Jason Watsksivins, There is no need to be abusive on this matter, The fact is that some amount of money (in USD dollars and SSP) was ’ stolen’ by the sixteen in prison. Let’s stop blame games and kindly wait for justice to prevail. Remember the 16 were not arrested by NSS but by the law of south sudan.

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    • 29 May 18:27, by Jason Watskins

      What laws are you fools talking about? If there was law,then how can 16 people be given the most severe and uniform conviction/sentencing without determining the role of each accused in the commission of the alleged crimes. The 16 people were arrested and detained by the National Security Service. This is an indisputable FACT! This whole case was concocted by the National Security. Only fools like

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      • 29 May 19:26, by achol Mavins

        @Jason Watskins. That was the decision of the joint defense lawyers of 16 that let to uniform conviction and sentence because initially they thought that the they would be pardoned and release together, A decision that was regretted to some but a joyful one to John Agou and Kur Ayuen and Mayen Wol because they had the lion share

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        • 29 May 20:03, by Jason Watskins

          What a shameless name by a shameless whore. Infact your name denotes "faeces" and that is what you are. You are nothing but a piece of shit. I don’t know John Agou, Kur or Mayen Wol. I’m here to advocate for justice and truth. You bunch of nincompoops are being paid by NSS to spread lies and bullshit. Why? You need to do some soul searching you bitch.

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          • 29 May 20:13, by Eastern

            Jason Watskins,

            Together, lets push for the chief NSS operatives Kiir and Akol Koor Kuc to appear at The Hague to answer for war crimes and crimes against humanity. Ameriacn women were raped and UN Chinese peace "keepers" were killed at their watch...

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            • 29 May 20:26, by Jason Watskins

              Eastern,
              I agree with you. These bunch of cattle herders have to GO. They have exausted their uselessness. They should go back and do what they know best: herding cows, marrying many women and drinking alcohol just like their godfather. They have ran down this country. ENOUGH is ENOUGH.

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  • 29 May 18:47, by Aguer Atem Bair

    Jason Watskins, what name is that? Are you trying to be the AP journalist Jason Patinkin? Next time take a name that match your intention.. also stop being abusive. It is enough that you paid the prison to give you internet or you are paid by Agau to defend him on the internet and write up articles.. do you want us to post all the banking details here for anyone to check for themselves?

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  • 29 May 18:52, by Aguer Atem Bair

    Jason Watkins is not ready for the world to know the other details of the case and want people to believes on the flimsy excuse of wiretapping.. was that the only evidence? Tell us about the source of your 14 m US$ ? John Agau and Kur Ayuen are the main suspects.. they are using the rest for their own survival..

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    • 29 May 19:20, by Jason Watskins

      You are probably the most foolish asshole that exist on the face of this world. First of all, I have never met this guy called Agau or Kur Ayuen that you are talking. In the interest of justice and truth, publish the so-called bank statements that you have in your possession and let the people know the truth. Mr. Aguer Asshole, you are either one of the NSS stooges or their paid informant!

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      • 29 May 19:39, by achol Mavins

        Jason Watskins. Your getting too abusive and the ST is not a platform for such. Your reaction is like your among the 16 in prison or the 17th person who wasn’t identified during the arrest of the 16 thieves. The source of money of Kur Ayuen, John Agou and Mayen are all known and that is why they are now in Prison. You might be among the 16 making comments inside the prison.. I bet 9/10

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        • 29 May 20:19, by Jason Watskins

          Although I wanted to ignore this, it will suffice if I say this: I don’t care how much money John Agou or Kur have, where they got it from or where they are keeping it. . I care about justice, truth and due process of the law. In the interest of justice and truth, publish what information you have information. It will go a long way to set the records straight including your distorted version of th

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  • 29 May 19:14, by Makuach Deng

    Jason Watskins The fact of the matter is that the 16 were tried under the law of south sudan. The fact that they were arrested by National Security Service doesn’t mean that the case was concocted by the NSS. Remember all the 16 thieves were in the office of the president, that explains why the arrest was made by NSS and then tried in the Civil Court and required.

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    • 29 May 19:54, by Jason Watskins

      You are either very stupid or very ignorant. The 16 accused were not all employees of the Office of the President. Let me educate you Mr. Bullshit Ma-Asshole. Only 8 people were employees of the Office of the President. 5 (4 Kenyans were employees of Agau’s company. One was from the Ministry of Finance and another one from Bank of South Sudan. Anyieth is a house wife who was kidnapped by NSS and t

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  • 29 May 21:04, by Mr. Right

    Watskins, I don’t really understand why you are fuming, man. In law, we don’t jump to the defend of our brothers/in-laws when they are embroiled in crimes and it seems you don’t know that, buddy.

    I might understand the frustration but running your mouth won’t release your thugs, believe that. They were caught red-handed.

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    • 29 May 21:50, by Jason Watskins

      Mr. Right... What an irony! You are actually Mr. Wrong or Mr. Ass-Licker. These guys are not my thugs neither am I related to anyone of them in way whatsoever. I will take care of your ignorance later. For now, let me deal with these NSS paid buffoons.

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      • 29 May 22:30, by Mr. Right

        Mr. Watskins, like I stressed earlier, dealing with this issue via Sudan tribune won’t release the convicts if that is the word that pleases you the most, you little piece of shit.

        You know, a** licking is hereditary and if you practice it, I don’t, boy. Keep enjoying it, it’s not my thing.

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        • 30 May 11:18, by Jason Watskins

          What is your thing Mr. Ass-Licker. Let me get straight to it. The 16 persons are not convicts anymore, they are "accused", do your homework you little cunt. I don’t care whether the 16 persons are guilty or not. What I really care about is justice and truth. Fools like you who are either employees of NSS or their paid goons, should try to encourage intellectual discourse instead of trying hard to

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      • 29 May 23:12, by achol Mavins

        @Jason Watskins. Your have proven beyond thoughts that your a very useless bunch of idiot, i advised you before that we don’t deal with fools like you who use abusive words rather than discussing facts for the ideal readers of ST

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        • 30 May 11:04, by Jason Watskins

          What facts are you bitch talking about? Share them and let the whole world knows about them. You are probably one of Napoleon Adok bitches or some shit-hole. You don’t a thing about this case and I will really advise you that you clean your stinking pussy before you can even comment about facts because you clearly don’t know what you are talking about. The facts of this case are very clear for all

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  • 29 May 21:14, by Mr. Right

    Achol M., kindly accept our apology for we are not all at the same level as humans. Respect is everything regardless of our divergent views.
    Women are so susceptible and prone really to all kinds of crude abuses.

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  • 29 May 23:19, by achol Mavins

    @Jason Watskins,, I don’t think any normal being can use words like Ass- Licking. You must know that the insults and posting articles on ST will never bring you out of that prison ya so called Jason Watskins.

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    • 30 May 10:46, by Jason Watskins

      Wow... Ms. Achol "Faeces", I really don’t know much NSS is paying to be their best blow job QUEEN but let me tell you this, this cased was ruled a mistrial by the Court of Appeal in its ruling in the case number: GEC/COA/CR-APP/31/2016. If you are too lazy or bitchy to get it, I can help you cock-sucker.

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      • 30 May 11:30, by achol Mavins

        @Jason Watskins. You idiot, If you said the appeal court ruled in your favor then why are you still rotten in the prison ya so called Jason Watskins?????

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        • 30 May 12:20, by Jason Watskins

          Ms. Cock-sucker, I’m not in prison but I wish I was. I am only reporting what is available in the public domain. Get your lazy ass and look for truth. I guess the 16 accused are still in prison due to interference and influence of NSS and their stooges like you, who are just bitching around...like headless chickens...

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    • 30 May 11:28, by Jason Watskins

      @Achol Stinking Pussy, let me tell for a million time, I don’t care whether the 16 accused die or rot in prison, I care about about justice and truth. Publish your facts about this case and I will prove beyond reasonable doubt that you are nothing but a moron who has been fucked endlessly by Napoleon Adok and his henchmen, the likes of Athorbei Gaddhaffy, Nyuol Justin, W
      George Gum, Thomas Duoth t

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  • 30 May 10:57, by Jason Watskins

    @Aguer, Tut, Achol etc, as I said before, please publish all the shit you have in your possession and let the public know the truth. If not, then shut your stinking mouth. Ms. Achol "Faeces, you are such a disgrace. I will take care of you and trust me, you will regret it. Whatever NSS and Athorbei Gaddhaffy are paying you all to be silly, it is not worth your last breath!

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    • 30 May 11:24, by achol Mavins

      @Jason Watskins You seem to be a very worried man but let me warn you that i will also deal with you coz u held up there in prison ya Kur Ayuen. Just reveal your identity and i will face you.All this thirty stupid words only represent how disgraceful your family is.. Fuck you idiot

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      • 30 May 11:37, by Jason Watskins

        Reveal my identity? What are you big-pussy slut talking about? You are such a disgrace to this country and your sycophants from NSS. My identity is there for all to see. You need to be very careful from now on. Make no mistake, Akol Koor will not protect you anymore. I don’t know this guy called Kur Ayuen that you are talking about but I know you. Talk is cheap you bitch. Time is fast running out

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        • 30 May 11:44, by achol Mavins

          @Jason W.. I can see you getting even more stupid then i imagined. Why are you getting furious with the name Kur Ayuen. You can never threatened me a single bit. Just an empty tin. Stay warned and don’t be silly still cowards,, It’s me and you giving comments, why mention other names like NSS.. Hhahahahaha, Are you one of boys who used to clean up the vehicles 4 da 16 thieves????

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          • 30 May 11:57, by Jason Watskins

            @Ms. Achol Stinking Pussy, I usually don’t issue empty threats , and I do, I always follow them up with actions. Take note of that. Now, I wish I knew this guy called Kur Ayuen, it would be such a great honor. The whole of NSS fraternity and their hired keep singing about his name. He must be such a great guy. That aside, stay off this case if you don’t know what’s all about before you get in the

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    • 30 May 11:37, by Tut Gatkuoth

      @Jason.. I think you have an empty brain. I’m waiting for comments from editor Ouma Julius, Mohamed Nagi and the inlaw of Kur Ayuen Mr. Daniel Alier denning that you 16 thieves didn’t pay them for the posts then i promised to release the documents.. I know truth pains but i have no option. It’s time fools like you stops lying to the public

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      • 30 May 11:49, by Jason Watskins

        @Tut, your names suggest that you are probably a Nuer but I don’t think you are one of them. You are probably from Bor and being paid by Napoleon Adok, Athorbei Gaddhaffy or NSS to partake in their little silly games of misinformation and propaganda. You can run but you can’t hide, I hope you understand this point very well, you feckless buffoon.

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    • 30 May 11:37, by Tut Gatkuoth

      @Jason.. I think you have an empty brain. I’m waiting for comments from editor Ouma Julius, Mohamed Nagi and the inlaw of Kur Ayuen Mr. Daniel Alier denning that you 16 thieves didn’t pay them for the posts then i promised to release the documents.. I know truth pains but i have no option. It’s time fools like you stops lying to the public

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      • 30 May 12:06, by Jason Watskins

        Tell me more about this fellow called Daniel Alier. I would like to meet him. Provide copies of transaction that he did and I will tell you that you really don’t know the facts of this case. Bring it on...

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  • 30 May 11:44, by Jason Watskins

    @Tut Moron, why are you waiting for them to respond? It simply shows you have nothing man and proves that you are being paid by Napoleon Adok and Athorbei Gaddhaffy to bitch around. You are very wrong and I will not spare you humiliation this time. You are at liberty to publish whatever information you have you little son of a whore. I don’t know why you assholes keep bringing up this guy called K

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    • 30 May 11:54, by Tut Gatkuoth

      @Jason. Why are you protecting those of Ouma Julius and Daniel Alier, Let them deny this then i will post that; Simple. Nothing to do with the people that you have mentioned. All the transaction has foot prints in the Dahabshill Bank you idiot. SO U THINK THE PUBLIC IS STUPID LIKE YOU. You pay ST and then preach that it’s advocating for Justice. Your such a disgrace

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      • 30 May 12:02, by Jason Watskins

        @Tut, the public is not stupid, you are STUPID. Your tricks and machinations are too archaic. They won’t work this time, trust me on that. Publish whatever information you have with you and I will prove that you are nothing but a pathological liar and stooge. You should be very shame of your lying stinking shit-hole, you little cunt.

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        • 30 May 13:30, by Tut Gatkuoth

          @Jason, Are you too stupid to understand a very simple statement; Let the people that i mentioned deny this then i will surely do what i said. Ouma Julius is re-known journalist and editor, try to get his contact ask him to deny or i will give you his contacts if you have failed. The same to the in law of Kur Ayuen (Daniel Alier) No need to argument on baseless terms unless your an idiot

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  • 30 May 12:11, by Jason Watskins

    To all NSS buffoons,
    Napoleon Adok and Athorbei Gaddhaffy are both cock-suckers. For Napoleon, you can ask a Swiss guy called Kwachakwara and for Athorbei Gaddhaffy, you can visit Canadian Penitentiary. I also have their records. Stop supporting and protecting this homosexuals, they are nothing but a disgrace to the society.

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    • 30 May 12:24, by Aguer Atem Bair

      Jason, i do not know how much the prisoners are paying you to make all these stories and attacking people right and left. If you are a legal person why are so bothered by the comments of others?

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      • 30 May 12:26, by Aguer Atem Bair

        The theives of John Wuo Athorbei and Agau are brothers.. they have both been in jail always on stealing public money.. is that not a testament to their culture of stealing? Are you also defending the fugitive Athorbei or only Agau who currently pay you?

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        • 30 May 14:38, by Jason Watskins

          @Aguer, let me reiterate this once more. I don’t know this guy called John Wuo or his thieves. What I know is that this case concocted by NSS and as such there was justice and fairness. I wish I was being paid by the people you are talking but I am not. It is you who is being paid by NSS to spread lies and and advertise your foolishness.

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      • 30 May 14:44, by Jason Watskins

        @Aguer, the thieves of this country are well-known including Napoleon Adok who has been requesting millions of dollars from telecommunications companies in the name of his so called Aquila Centre. He has also been receiving bribes from businessmen like Obac William who he accompanied to Dubai to buy weapons and Makiir Gai. He and his friend Athorbei Gaddhaffy should be jailed.

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  • 30 May 14:50, by Jason Watskins

    @Aguer, I loathe such morons like you. I guess you are just jealous of these people, I’m sure you wish you were as smart and intelligent as them, unfortunately you are not. You continue to sell your soul if at all have any. But let me tell you this, karma is a bitch, what goes around certainly comes around. You the like of Biar Atem and Chol Beer will soon from Bor will be paid in kind...

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  • 30 May 14:57, by Jason Watskins

    To all NSS Ass-Lickers,
    I’m still waiting for you to publish documents that you in relation to this case. In the public interest, publish these documents as soon as possible. We are working on a new report regarding this case and they will help this issue. Secondly, we are also going after you all NSS buffoons, one by one. Your little dirty secrets and activities will be exposed very soon just on

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  • 30 May 15:05, by Jason Watskins

    Finally, you NSS goons need to stop threatening editors and reporters of Sudan Tribune. They are just doing their work. Don’t forget that it was Sudan Tribune who first reported this issue when Ateny Wek shamelessly claimed on 26th June 2015 that Agau was arrested while he was withdrawing $1 Million from Bank of South Sudan. This was nothing but a pure fabrication from NSS.

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  • 30 May 17:11, by Tut Gatkuoth

    @Jason The editors like Ouma Julius and the 16 convicts should not use Sudan Tribune was a forum of their transaction. Sudan Tribune can not advocate for Justice like that. It’s not about threatening of editors but they must check their profession and ethnic

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    • 30 May 18:40, by Jason Watskins

      @Tut, let me educate once more. When it come to journalism ethics and code of conduct, Sudan Tribune is probably the best in that field. It is you NSS hired goons that need to understand the role of the National Security: it is not to be used as a political tool but rather to look out for the interest of the State and its citizens. For NSS to spy on the citizens is very wrong and it should be stop

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  • 30 May 17:12, by Che Nile

    Some stupid people on this forum refused to distinguish between facts and propaganda. All these NSS fool’s actions dragged this country into the state its now. You all go and read the judgement and come and tell us your nonseses here. If what is on this article is not right, why don’t you write a rebuttal to that effect.

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    • 31 May 06:17, by Tut Gatkuoth

      @ Che Nile I can see you even more confused than @Jason. Before ranting first understand what is being discussed in the forum.Sudan Tribune is not part of the defense lawyer to advocate for the ’so called Justice’ that your saying. If the Appeal ruling was as you guys stated then why are the thieves still in prison. Go read and understand the Appeal ruling carefully b4 you start your comments

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      • 31 May 11:16, by Jason Watskins

        @Tut, the 16 persons are still in prison because of the influence of the NSS and some goons in the Office of the President and bunch of idiots from the so called High Table (Nyuol Justin, Athorbei Gaddhaffy, Akok Noon, George Gum, Akucwel Mathiang Magoordit, Marial Gumke, Uncle Dee (Deng Makuach etc). These are the real criminals and their days are numbered.

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  • 30 May 17:16, by Che Nile

    @Tut, if you are aggrieved by action of any news media, you take that up with the authorities instead of making raw allegations on online forums. You been mentioning these people s names and if you know they are doing something wrong, why don’t you respond that to police for a follow up. If you are working the NSS, you have all the powers given to you by your stupid security law rather making unne

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  • 30 May 17:22, by Che Nile

    Do you think these learned justices are stupid not to identify what went wrong in the judgment of the first judge. Let justice takes its course and you will see these people free because you can never bury the truth under any circumstances. If you think now you can shout loud, it will be your turn tomorrow and I will see you crying. Only that I don’t know your real identity.

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  • 31 May 06:37, by Tut Gatkuoth

    @Che Nile and @Jason. Kindly ask Kur Ayuen, one of the 16 convicts about the so called Appeal Court. Kur Ayuen had already influenced the decisions of the appeal court by bribing the aid of CJ Mr. Gama Thomas with about 10,000 USD so that he(they) get good ruling, IS THAT WHAT YOU CALL JUSTICE?? Let’s face facts instead of convincing the public what false info. This time you will get the chance

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    • 31 May 11:04, by Jason Watskins

      @Tut, you must be the most stupid NSS stooges besides Napoleon Adok that exist in this world. You fools have been peddling lies and utter bullshit that Gama was paid $5000 to bribe the judges, now you are lying here again that Gama was paid $10,000? Do you really know what you are talking about? Kur Ayuen or anybody else has nothing to do with your foolishness. Get your acts together and at least

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      • 31 May 13:57, by Tut Gatkuoth

        @Jason.I already stated clearly that the time of your public lies is over. Kur Ayuen personally gave the money to his in law Mr. Daniel Alier who delivered it to the aid in the CJ office Mr. Gama Thomas as bribes so as to influence the decision of the first opinion judge. Stop being stupid and foolish, I told you b4 that i will never allow you idiots to blindfold the innocent public..

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  • 31 May 11:10, by Jason Watskins

    @Tut, if is true that these judges were bribed, then please provide details in a public forum and support your myopic Bullshit with evidence. This time, you will not be spared to lie and spread rumors. You will be tracked and humiliated. You are either NSS agent, their paid informant or you are being paid by Napoleon Adok and Athorbei Gaddhaffy. Either way, it is just a matter of hours before you

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    • 31 May 14:02, by Tut Gatkuoth

      @Jason. You shameless idiot, You will never threaten me. In fact you track me and i will so deal with you. Stop being an empty thin with piglet brain.The public should be fed with truth not lies. I already warned you that this time i will disgrace you in the article until you tell the truth and stop paying ST editor Ouma Julius for such stupid articles thinking that it will release those 16 thieve

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  • 31 May 11:22, by Jason Watskins

    To all NSS buffoons,
    We are still waiting for you to publish all the documents and bank statements that you have in your possession in vis-a-vis this case and I will shamelessly show the public how brainless you are not. I just don’t understand now NSS can employ such brainless nincompoops like you all. Akol Koor is probably the only smartest guy in the whole NSS fraternity. Don’t try to fool him

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  • 31 May 11:29, by Jason Watskins

    I can go on for as long you goons want to keep proving your foolishness and it will even get more nastier. I don’t care whether these guys are guilty or not but at least let’s be civil here and show semblance of justice and rule of law and common decency in how this people of South Sudan are treated. NSS and their hired goons are not monopolies of foolishness and outright stupidity.

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    • 2 June 03:15, by Tut Gatkuoth

      @Jason. Stop repeating the same thing. Just tell the editor of ST Ouma Julius and the inlaw of Kur Ayuen Mr. Daniel Alier to deny what i’m saying and i promise to disgrace all u idiots. I’m sure that you know them. The time for your fake posts and articles in Sudan Tribune is over you fools.

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