One of the men acquitted of the 2002 Mombasa, Kenya attack has had new charges leveled against him.
The new charge [sic] says that on August 11, 2003, in Mombasa, [Omar Said Omar] was found with five light anti-tank weapons with the intention of disturbing public order. He faced an alternative charge of having the weapons without a certificate. [SNIP]Such a nice, upstanding fellow could certainly mean no harm to Kenya!
He was also accused of making a national identity card, purporting it to be genuine, on August 29, 2000.