ONE thing that those who led investigative wings in the previous regime have failed to explain is which provision of the law they used to give criminal suspects immunity. Others say that an immunity can be given if a person has forfeited what they stole and has made a commitment to help the state with information that may lead to bigger crimes committed by other people. If that’s what the law stipulates, doesn’t it then follow that such an individual has to first plead guilty to a crime? This is not what happened in the Chitotela case. There has been no admission of guilt and there is no information that the man has rendered to the state leading to other…...

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