FILE - In this Saturday March 9, 2013 file photo, Kenyan president elect Uhuru Kenyatta waves at supporters after winning the election in Nairobi, Kenya. AP Photo/Jerome Delay, File)
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Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta's defense team said Wednesday his crimes against humanity case before the International Criminal Court "has collapsed", as judges mulled dropping the high-profile trial.Prosecutor Benjamin Gumpert said the investigation against Kenyatta had run into a brick wall and that a last avenue was to force Nairobi to hand over Kenyatta's financial records.Kenyatta's lawyers have previously asked the ICC to drop the charges.A lawyer representing the victims of the Kenyan violence blamed Kenya and Kenyatta for obstructing the case.
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