Angelina Jolie offered to nab Ugandan warlord

According to Mediapart, the actress and director Angelina Jolie have agreed to participate in a plan to capture the war criminal Joseph Kony with the support of the prosecutor of the global criminal Court.

"Forget other celebrities, she is the one", Moreno Ocampo wrote in one email in 2012.

He hoped to plant Jolie, and her husband Brad Pitt, with USA special forces close to Kony's stronghold, according to leaked ICC documents.

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Kony and his Lord's Resistance Army movement had been fighting then to install a government in Uganda, and have waged war in the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, and the Central African Republic for more than 20 years, the BBC News said. Why Jolie and Pitt withdrew from the effort to set a trap for Kony is unclear from the leaked email release. Has the image of the films she made (The Country of blood and honey, Invincible or first they killed my father), Angelina Jolie is a woman of heart who loves to treat the hard subjects and fight for your beliefs.

Angelina Jolie was revealed to have extended her help to the International Criminal Court in catching Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony. A plan that would have been able to receive the support of Brad Pitt, the couple is still together at the time: "She would like to stop Kony. She is ready. Probably Brad [Pitt] will also go". Thus, we can read that Angelina Jolie " had the idea to invite Kony to dinner and it is stopped ". She had gone to the ICC at The Hague, Netherlands to watch him prosecute Thomas Lubanga of the Democratic Republic of Congo, the first person to ever be convicted by the court. I miss you, ' which went unanswered. There are no other references to the plan in the 40,000 leaked emails, and Jolie has declined to comment.

Moreno Ocampo later added: 'It will be great to spend more time with the American troops. Neither Jolie nor Moreno Ocampo made statements about the leaked documents as of press time. Ocampo emailed Clooney "asking for help investigating atrocities committed by Colonel Muammar Gadaffi's regime in Libya during the 2011 civil war", the Sunday Times reported.

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