Dola Indidis, a former spokesperson for Kenya’s Judiciary system, is the Kenyan lawyer who petitioned the International Court of Justice (ICC), based at the Hague, Netherlands to nullify the conviction and death sentence of Jesus Christ.
In his lawsuit that he filed with the ICC, he named defendants including Pontius Pilate, King Herod, the former Emperor of Rome, and the states of Israel and Italy, arguing that the trial and crucification of Jesus more than 2,000 years ago was unlawful.
According to the New Testament, the Jewish Authorities arrested Jesus Christ on the charges of Blasphemy after he had performed miracles and claimed to be the Son of God.
Despite Jesus found not guilty of any charges, the crowd of Jews called for him to be executed, compelling Pilate to have him crucified with the two thieves.
In his filed case, Indidis challenged the mode of questioning used during Jesus’ trial, the punishments meted out to him while proceedings were still underway, and the substance of information used to convict him.