Anifa Kamara pleaded guilty to threatening and intimidating a witness who testified in the AFRC trial. She was sentenced to one year probation.
Contempt Trial Timeline
9 March 2005 - A protected witness is threatened after testifying in the AFRC trial.
10 March 2005 - Trial Chamber II orders the Registrar to appoint an Independent Investigator.
16 March 2005 - The independent investigator submits his confidential report to the Trial Chamber.
2 May 2005 - Justice Pierre Boutet is designated as Single Judge to hear the case.
9 May 2005 - At her initial appearance, Anifa Kamara pleads not guilty.
27 July 2005 - Anifa Kamara's three co-accused change their pleas to guilty. Justice Boutet orders that she be tried separately.
21 September 2005 - Anifa Kamara changes her plea to guilty. Judge Boutet finds her guilty pursuant to Rule 62.
21 September 2005 - A sentencing hearing is held jointly with Margaret Fomba Brima, Neneh Binta Bah Jalloh and Ester Kamara. Justice Boutet gives all four a non-custodial sentence with a year of probation.