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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Kenya is today awaiting a verdict in the trial of the aristocrat heir to the country's most famous white settler family, who stands accused of murdering a black man.
Thomas Cholmondeley, an old Etonian and son to the fifth Baron Delamere, denies killing Robert Njoya, a 37-year-old stonemason, on his family's 48,000-acre estate in the Rift Valley in 2006. It is widely expected that he will be acquitted after a team of lay assessors, Kenya's version of a jury, cleared him of murder in March in a non-binding judgement.
The three-year trial caused a sensation in Kenya, for it was the second time that Cholmondeley, 40, had been …