Kenyan lawyer, Dola Indidis won’t let those who orchestrated the Passion of Christ go unpunished. As he’s passionate about getting justice for Jesus Christ, he first attempted suing Israel and Italy for Christ’s death n 2007. Sadly, Mr. Indidis couldn’t get the killers of Jesus punished. His petition was dismissed by a Nairobi court.
But, the Kenyan lawyer wouldn’t give up. In 2013, he again tried to get justice for the Son of God. This time, Mr. Indidis approached the International Court of Justice. There, he argued that Jesus Christ’s prosecution which happened over 2000 years ago, was selective and malicious.
To him, the prosecution didn’t only violate Jesus’ human rights. It was also ladened with judicial misconduct inspired by abuse of office, bias, and prejudice.
He pointed out that the way Jesus was questioned and tortured during the trial after he was accused and the manner he was subsequently sentenced were unlawful. “Some of those present spat in his face struck him with their fists, slapped him, taunted him, and pronounced him worthy of death,” he specified.
With that, he urged the ICJ to recognize that “the proceedings before the Roman courts were a nullity in law. They did not conform to the rule of law at the material time and any time thereafter,” contended the lawyer.
Again, Mr. Indidis failed to get Justice for Christ. The International Court of Justice like the Nairobi court chased him away.
Still, the experienced lawyer wouldn’t bulge. It has emerged that Mr. Indidis has yet again, picked up his fight for Jesus. He has appealed to the International Court of Justice and is now hoping to get a trial for the murder of Jesus.
Speaking, Mr. Indidis explained that he filed the case because it is his duty to uphold the dignity of Jesus. That’ why “I have gone to the ICJ to seek justice for the man from Nazareth.”
Mr. Indidis asserted that all the evidence needed for the case are in the Bible. “You cannot discredit the Bible…I know with a matter of fact and truth we have a good case with a high probability of success and I hope it is done in my lifetime,” he added.
The Kenyan lawyer once served as the spokesperson for Kenya’s Judiciary. He told media outlets in the country that he sued Israel and Italy as a friend of Jesus.
Apart from the two nations, he also wants to get prominent leaders during the time of Jesus punished. He listed some Jewish elders, Emperor Tiberius, Pontius Pilate and King Herod as the leaders who ought to be grilled for the killing of Jesus. Acknowledging that these leaders are long dead, the lawyer settled for roasting Israel and Italy.
While everyone is waiting for the outcome of the lawyer’s appeal with the ICJ, it is most likely the man will be disappointed again. The last time he tried, an official of ICJ remarked that the court has no jurisdiction for such cases.
“The ICJ settles disputes between states. It is not even theoretically possible for us to consider this case,” the ICJ official proclaimed.