Justice Paul Gadenya Wolimbwa dismissed the application on grounds that Nyanzi is facing a multiplicity of capital offences which attract a maximum sentence death penalty upon conviction and that if he was to give bail in such a matter, he would order for 150 million shillings, not cash.
Last month, the suspects appeared in court with fresh and visible wounds on their bodies and forcing the Chief Magistrate Dr Douglas Singiza to order the Prisons authorities to subject them to medical examination and then make a report which should be furnished to court today.
For Juma Serwadda who was a resident of Namugongo, the Postmortem report shows that he had multiple abrasions involving the right cheek which was stained by both blood and soil and it also had multiple round shaped gunshot injuries.
The Acting President Uganda Muslim Lawyers Association, Isaac Kafeero, says in a statement that they are surprised that the sanctity of the rule of law being eroded by the organs of the state-mandated under the law to enforce and uphold the same.
The applicants' lawyer Turyamusiima told court that they needed evidence in form of death certificates to prove that indeed those who are missing have since died and to show under what circumstances did they die. Turyamusiima has told URN that they will be planning to see what next after the Attorney General provides evidence of death of their clients since the Ugandan laws do not provide for unlawful killings.