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1/2The Prosecution withdraws the charges against Kenyatta,[c] Fatou Bensouda, the ICC's chief prosecutor, said in a document filed at the Hague-based court, adding 1/2the evidence has not improved to such an extent that Kenyatta's alleged criminal responsibility can be proven beyond reasonable doubt.
Ministers want to limit compensation to only those people who can prove beyond reasonable doubt that they "did not commit" the crime they were convicted of.
Disciplinary proceedings against the party's former chief executive were dropped after a QC concluded there was a less than 50% chance the allegations could be proved beyond reasonable doubt, although there was broadly credible evidence of "behaviour which violated the personal space and autonomy of the complainants".
The coroner said the incident was captured on CCTV and that Mr Muchero had stepped "without hesitation" in front of the locomotive and went on: "It is clear therefore, to my mind, I am satisfied beyond reasonable doubt that he did what he intended to do.
He told them: "You have to access the reliability and credibility of the witnesses to determine if the Crown case has been proved beyond reasonable doubt.
It was not possible to say, beyond reasonable doubt, that Sharon Green created the offensive Facebook content.
After dipping a tank for red diesel, HMRC officers run a series of tests to prove beyond reasonable doubt it is a rebated fuel.
From the evidence that we have as to the circumstances of his death, in particular the aspect of haemorrhage, we do not believe that there was sufficient evidence to prove beyond reasonable doubt that he killed himself.