Absence of reference to accused in other procedings
|Appeal Judgement - 09.10.2012||
GATETE Jean Baptiste
225. The Appeals Chamber finds that the Trial Chamber correctly recalled that the absence of reference to an accused in separate proceedings involving different accused carries limited probative value when weighed against corroborated and credible eye-witness testimony.
 See Trial Judgement, para. 409. See also, e.g., Munyakazi Appeal Judgement, paras. 85, 121.