Here's a good Associated Press account, but key questions remain unanswered:
South Sudan's army says former military chief James Ajongo Mawut signed off on the verdict before he died in April. The paperwork is sitting with the office of the commander-in-chief, said army spokesman Lul Ruai Koang. He said he couldn't confirm whether the president had seen it.
The president's spokesman, Ateny Wek Ateny, said he had no idea about the status of the verdict.