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Live Streams for Friday 22nd September

Bosco Ntaganda Trial

The International Criminal Court 2 in The Hague, Netherlands will today continue hearing the case of The Prosecutor v. Bosco Ntaganda. Bosco Ntaganda is accused of 13 counts of war crimes and 5 crimes against humanity committed in Ituri (DRC). The trial opened on 2 September 2015 in The Hague. The charges include murder and attempted murder; attacking civilians; rape; sexual slavery of civilians; pillaging; displacement of civilians; attacking protected objects ; destroying the enemy's property; and rape, sexual slavery, enlistment and conscription of child soldiers under the age of fifteen years and using them to participate actively in hostilities) and 5 counts of crimes against humanity (murder and attempted murder; rape; sexual slavery; persecution; forcible transfer of population) against Bosco Ntaganda. The Chamber found that there was a widespread and systematic attack against the civilian population pursuant to an organisational policy adopted by the Union des Patriotes Congolais/Forces Patriotiques pour la Liberation du Congo (UPC/FPLC) to attack civilians perceived to be non-Hema, such as those belonging to Lendu, Bira and Nande ethnic groups.
Click here to watch the Bosco Ntaganda Trial. This live stream is expected to start at 3:30am USA EDT.

Dominic Ongwen Trial

The International Criminal Court 3 in The Hague, Netherlands will today hear the case of The Prosecutor v. Dominic Ongwen. Dominic Ongwen was the lowest ranking of the five LRA leaders for whom the ICC issued their first ever warrants in June 2005. He is the only one who the court succeeded in detaining, and, with the exception of the leader, Joseph Kony, is the only one now left alive. He was initially charged with four counts of war crimes (murder, cruel treatment of civilians, intentionally directing an attack against a civilian population and pillaging) and three counts of crimes against humanity (murder, enslavement, and inhumane acts of inflicting serious bodily injury and suffering). The crimes were allegedly committed on or about 20 May 2004 at the Lukodi IDP Camp in the Gulu District, Uganda. The charges all relate to an attack on a camp for internally displaced people in Uganda in 2004. On 21 December 2015, the ICC charged Dominic Ongwen with crimes in addition to those set out in the warrant of arrest: a total of seventy counts. The additional charges related to attacks on the Pajule IDP camp, the Odek IDP camp and the Abok IDP camp. The counts brought against the suspect in the context of these attacks include attacks against the civilian population, murder, attempted murder, torture, cruel treatment, other inhumane acts, enslavement, outrages upon personal dignity, pillaging, destruction of property, and persecution. The expanded charges against Dominic Ongwen also include sexual and gender-based crimes committed from 2002 to 2005 in Sinia Brigade - forced marriage, rape, torture, sexual slavery, and enslavement - and the conscription and use of children under the age of 15 to participate actively in hostilities from 2002 to 2005, in Sinia Brigade.
Click here to watch the Dominic Ongwen Trial. This live stream is expected to start at 3:30am USA EDT.

Broward Bond Court Hearings

Broward Bond Court is from Broward County Florida. It is first appearance court, also called bond court. It is held at the county's main courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale and is where a person charged by police with a crime is brought before a judge, who will determine whether there was probable cause for the arrest.
Click here to watch the Broward Bond Court Hearings. This live stream is expected to start at 8:30am USA EDT.

Zach Adams Trial

The Disappearance and Murder of Holly Bobo has been ongoing since April 13, 2011 from her family home in Darden, Tennessee. She was last seen alive by her brother shortly before 8 a.m. walking into the woods outside her home with a man wearing camouflage. In September 2014, her remains were found in northern Decatur County, Tennessee and her death was ruled a homicide. Since then Zachary and John Dylan Adams and a friend of Zach's, Jason Autry have been charged with her murder.
Click here to watch the Zach Adams Trial. This live stream is expected to start at 10:00am USA EDT.

Zach Adams Trial (Stream 2)

The Disappearance and Murder of Holly Bobo has been ongoing since April 13, 2011 from her family home in Darden, Tennessee. She was last seen alive by her brother shortly before 8 a.m. walking into the woods outside her home with a man wearing camouflage. In September 2014, her remains were found in northern Decatur County, Tennessee and her death was ruled a homicide. Since then Zachary and John Dylan Adams and a friend of Zach's, Jason Autry have been charged with her murder.
Click here to watch the Zach Adams Trial (Stream 2). This live stream is expected to start at 10:00am USA EDT.

Zach Adams Trial (Stream 3)

The Disappearance and Murder of Holly Bobo has been ongoing since April 13, 2011 from her family home in Darden, Tennessee. She was last seen alive by her brother shortly before 8 a.m. walking into the woods outside her home with a man wearing camouflage. In September 2014, her remains were found in northern Decatur County, Tennessee and her death was ruled a homicide. Since then Zachary and John Dylan Adams and a friend of Zach's, Jason Autry have been charged with her murder.
Click here to watch the Zach Adams Trial (Stream 3). This live stream is expected to start at 10:00am USA EDT.

Zach Adams Trial (Stream 4)

The Disappearance and Murder of Holly Bobo has been ongoing since April 13, 2011 from her family home in Darden, Tennessee. She was last seen alive by her brother shortly before 8 a.m. walking into the woods outside her home with a man wearing camouflage. In September 2014, her remains were found in northern Decatur County, Tennessee and her death was ruled a homicide. Since then Zachary and John Dylan Adams and a friend of Zach's, Jason Autry have been charged with her murder.
Click here to watch the Zach Adams Trial (Stream 4). This live stream is expected to start at 10:00am USA EDT.

Sabrina Limon Trial

Sabrina Limon is facing first-degree murder charges in the death of her husband. Sabrina Limon's husband, Robert Limon was shot to death in August 2014, at BNSF railyard in Tehachapi. Robert Limon was a BNSF employee, but rarely worked out of the Tehachapi office. The murder was a mystery for investigators until they discovered Limon's wife, Sabrina, was having an affair with Jonathan Hearn, a firefighter who is 11 years younger than her. Two months later the pair were arrested for his murder. After being in jail for two years Hearn agreed to testify against Limon, admitting the two planned the murder together. In exchange, prosecutors reduced his murder charge to voluntary manslaughter. Hearn faces 25 years 4 months in prison as part of a plea agreement if he testifies against Limon on the stand.
Click here to watch the Sabrina Limon Trial. This live stream is expected to start at 12:00pm USA EDT.

Sabrina Limon Trial (Stream 2)

Sabrina Limon is facing first-degree murder charges in the death of her husband. Sabrina Limon's husband, Robert Limon was shot to death in August 2014, at BNSF railyard in Tehachapi. Robert Limon was a BNSF employee, but rarely worked out of the Tehachapi office. The murder was a mystery for investigators until they discovered Limon's wife, Sabrina, was having an affair with Jonathan Hearn, a firefighter who is 11 years younger than her. Two months later the pair were arrested for his murder. After being in jail for two years Hearn agreed to testify against Limon, admitting the two planned the murder together. In exchange, prosecutors reduced his murder charge to voluntary manslaughter. Hearn faces 25 years 4 months in prison as part of a plea agreement if he testifies against Limon on the stand.
Click here to watch the Sabrina Limon Trial (Stream 2). This live stream is expected to start at 12:00pm USA EDT.

Sabrina Limon Trial (Stream 3)

Sabrina Limon is facing first-degree murder charges in the death of her husband. Sabrina Limon's husband, Robert Limon was shot to death in August 2014, at BNSF railyard in Tehachapi. Robert Limon was a BNSF employee, but rarely worked out of the Tehachapi office. The murder was a mystery for investigators until they discovered Limon's wife, Sabrina, was having an affair with Jonathan Hearn, a firefighter who is 11 years younger than her. Two months later the pair were arrested for his murder. After being in jail for two years Hearn agreed to testify against Limon, admitting the two planned the murder together. In exchange, prosecutors reduced his murder charge to voluntary manslaughter. Hearn faces 25 years 4 months in prison as part of a plea agreement if he testifies against Limon on the stand.
Click here to watch the Sabrina Limon Trial (Stream 3). This live stream is expected to start at 12:00pm USA EDT.

Morris Brothers Trial

NBA players Marcus and Markieff Morris go on trial Monday on felony assault charges stemming from a beating outside a Phoenix recreation center more than two years ago. The twin brothers could face a maximum of nearly four years in prison if they are found guilty. A conviction would also result in discipline from the NBA, including a minimum 10 games of suspension.
Click here to watch the Morris Brothers Trial. This live stream is expected to start at 12:00pm USA EDT.

Broward Bond Court Hearings

Broward Bond Court is from Broward County Florida. It is first appearance court, also called bond court. It is held at the county's main courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale and is where a person charged by police with a crime is brought before a judge, who will determine whether there was probable cause for the arrest.
Click here to watch the Broward Bond Court Hearings. This live stream is expected to start at 1:30pm USA EDT.

Brevard Bond Court Hearings

Brevard Bond court is the Brevard County First Appearance Court held in the Brevard County Jail in Sharpes, Florida.
Click here to watch the Brevard Bond Court Hearings. This live stream is expected to start at 1:30pm USA EDT.