A case in which the three PRA suspects are accused of murder in Bushenyi district has hit another snug after the accused refused to leave their prison wards to appear before court.
Darious Tweyambe and Frank Atukunda who are detained at Nyamushekyera prison refused to leave their wards to appear before the Bushenyi magistrate grade one court that was transferred to the Nyamushekyera prison premises.
Joseph Musasizi Kifefe a brother to the FDC president Kiiza Besigye who is accused along side the two is still admitted at Mulago hospital in Kampala.
The Nyamushekyera OC prison Robert Tebigwayo told court presided over by the Bushenyi grade 1 magistrate Hebert Birungi that the two refused to leave their wards.
A High way police patrol car was deployed near the prison premises blocking relatives who went to visit inmates.
A road block mounted by prison security personnel was put on the Nyamushekyera road.
Tweyambe, Atukunda and Joseph Musasizi are accused of murdering John Byarugaba in 2002 at Imaramagambo in Bushenyi district.
The Bushenyi resident state attorney Jennifer Amumpeire asked for the extension of the production warrant.
The magistrate extended the remand warrant to 20th June 07.
After the court session, Tweyambe and Atukunda told journalists from inside the prison that they cannot appear in a court which they described as ikangaroo courti.
The lawyers of the three suspects petitioned the constitutional court to block the case.
The two suspects were on Tuesday transferred from Luzira to Bushenyi district where they are charged with murder.
Before they were transferred to Luzira Tweyambe, Musasizi and Atukunda refused to appear before the court for several times.
Tweyambe, who was rushed to Ishaka hospital on Tuesday with in three hours after their arrival, complained that the doctors recommended that he be admitted but the OC prison refused.
The South Western regional prisons Commander Richard Emou says he is handling Tweyambe's issue because he could not be admitted in a private hospital, Ishaka.