Moreno Ocampo claimed Jolie had suggested she could lure Kony to dinner as a ruse to arrest him, the report said. Despite increased media attention from a viral documentary about Kony in 2012, he continues to evade capture.
Jolie has spoken out against Kony before. "Let's discuss logistics. Much love Xxx".
Moreno Ocampo reportedly to recruit Brad to work alongside her, sort of like a real life Mr And Mrs Smith situation. After the messages revealed by Mediapart and the European Investigative Collaborations, she was ready to commit even further to stop Joseph Kony, a leader of the militia group the Lord's resistance Army wanted for war crimes and crimes against humanity. "Probably Brad [Pitt] will go also", Ocampo wrote. 'She loves to arrest Kony.
'Apparently you can be embedded with the special forces that are chasing Kony, ' Moreno Ocampo wrote in another email to Jolie in 2012. 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.
According to the Times, Moreno Ocampo asked George Clooney - who co-founded an initiative to fly satellites over the South Sudan to gather evidence of war crimes, to send his satellites to Libya in 2011 to monitor the late dictator Muammar Gaddafi's actions and "put pressure on Gadaffi generals". Is it that Brad will go with you?
It's safe to say that Jolie and Ocampo's plan never came to anything, because Kony is still at large. According to the leaked emails, the prosecutor said that Jolie, who is now 42 years old, "volunteered" to help bring Kony in. "I miss you", received no response.
In the wake of the leak, Ocampo claims that he is the victim of a "targeted cyber attack", as he's now being questioned over his alleged ties to Libyan businessman Hassan Tatanaki, who worked alongside former dictator Muammar Gaddafi. The Sunday Times reports that despite Moreno Ocampo's hopes that Jolie would get involved in a charity education project, an email that simply read, "Dear Angie, I hope you are well".