On resumption, the defence will continue with testimonies of its last bunch of witnesses.
Presiding Judge Erik Mose from Norway adjourned the proceedings after the testimony of the 24th protected defence witness code-named ‘'NDU'' to protect his identity. The session had resumed on May 4.
Lead defence counsel for accused, American Professor Lennox Hinds, told Hirondelle News Agency that he still has at least ten defence witnesses to testify, including Setako himself.
Prosecution ended its case on April 22, 2009 after fielding 20 witnesses.
Lt. Col Setako is facing six charges including genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. He has denied the charges.
© Hirondelle News Agency