Augustine Obuor, a legal practitioner has told the Police that the facts in the J.B Danquah Adu’s murder trial did not connect Vincent Bosso, the second suspect.
According to the counsel, the fact of the prosecution was also incompetent and as such he did not see the role the accused, aka Junior Agogo played in the murder.
This was when counsel for Bosso addressed the presiding judge, Stephen Owusu.
Prosecution had withdrawn the earlier charges and replaced them with new ones before the court in the ongoing trial.
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Bosso and Daniel Asiedu were arraigned on the charge of abetment of crime to wit murder.
Defence counsel was at a loss as to how a charge implicating Bosso could not be signed by the prosecuting officer and investigator.
“How did Bossu commit the crime per the facts, the facts must connect him to the crime else there would be no basis for remanding him. Prosecution assertions were highly speculative,” he submitted.
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Meanwhile, the prosecutor, Superintendent of police Francis Baah alleged that counsel was introducing new things into the facts before the court and said he made several attempts to sign the charge sheet but counsel refused.