5 Somalis Convicted of Piracy in U.S.court Ken November 24, 2010 Justice/Impunity / Kenya / Poverty / Security / Somalia / US 0 Comments Jurors in U.S. District Court in Norfolk, Virginia returned the first guilty verdicts on U.S. piracy charges in almost 200 years. Share this:EmailRedditLinkedInTumblrFacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related Tags: piracy, Somalia, trial, US Navy Continue Reading Previous Post“Linkage”–remembering how we got here, from “rules of the game” with the Russians and the “Carter Doctrine” to Al-Queda in East Africa and the Embassy BombingsNext PostSomaliland’s new administration assessed five months in by the heads of the international election observation efforts Ken Took leave from corporate career as American lawyer to “assist” democracy in East Africa. After stolen '07 election in Kenya and violent aftermath I have tried to bring out truth of events for those who care in hope we can learn and do better. You Might Also Like I am concerned that a move by the ICC to try Uhuru, Ruto and Sang “locally” would needlessly cost additional lives June 20, 2013 (Updated) U.S. and IGAD statements on #Djibouti election April 11, 2016 “Freedom Under Threat”: New report on the spread of laws restricting NGOs in Africa from Freedom House May 14, 2019 What do you think? Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.