Paul Mackenzie in court for illegal distribution of films in 2019
Controversial preacher Paul Mackenzie on Friday appeared in a Malindi court for the mention of a case in which he is accused of violating laws relating to film classification.
Mackenzie, who has been in police custody since April over the Shakahola killings where 338 have died, is accused of possession and distribution of films to the public without a valid license from the Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) in 2019.
The prosecution told the Malindi Law Courts, which was presided over by Magistrate Irene Tamara, that the films intended to incite children from attending school.
Mackenzie was charged in April 2019 but denied the charges and was released on a cash bail of Ksh.500,000 before his latest arrest over the Shakahola massacre.
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