Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Culture | By Marion Pratt

Angelina Jolie willing to act as bait to catch Joseph Kony

Angelina Jolie willing to act as bait to catch Joseph Kony

Kony was indicted for "crimes against humanity" by the ICC in 2005, but has evaded capture ever since and is believed to be hiding in Sudan.

Luis Moreno Ocampo, the court's chief prosecutor, had hoped to embed the actress and possibly her estranged husband Brad Pitt with some US special forces close to what they believed was a Kony stronghold where hundreds of children had been taken, the Times reported.

No, this isn't the plot of Angelina Jolie's next adventure movie: How a glamorous Hollywood actress agrees to serve herself up as bait to lure a murderous African warlord out of hiding so he can be arrested by US special forces. He wrote: 'Apparently you can be embedded with the special forces that are chasing Kony.

None of the plans were carried out, however, as Jolie no longer replied to Moreno Ocampo's subsequent e-mails and one of her assistants told the lawyer that the actress changed e-mail address. 'Can Brad go with you?' "Let's discuss logistics. Much love Xxx".

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Mmhm. According to leaked International Criminal Court emails and documents, the Academy Award victor volunteered to be a central part of a 2012 plot to lure war lord Kony into arrest.

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

As The Sunday Times reported, Moreno Ocampo claimed he had been "the focus of a cyber-attack." E! Can Brad go with you?'

Both the ICC and Jolie did not commented on the leaked documents.

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The Argentine lawyer is now at the center of a row over his connections to Libyan businessman Hassan Tatanaki, who was closely tied to the brutal regime of former dictator Col. Muammer Gaddafi.

"Someone is attempting to blackmail me using illegally obtained information", he added.

In 2009, the humanitarian had visited an ICC courtroom in the Hague to watch Moreno Ocampo successfully prosecute Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga in 2009, which she described as 'a landmark trial for children'.

The plan, hatched sometime in 2012, was for Jolie to invite Kony to dinner.

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Mr Moreno Ocampo sent her an email: 'Dear Angie, I hope you are well.

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