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Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Rwandan Genocide Suspect Extradited From Germany

Rwanda prosecution officials said say the German government has extradited a suspect in the 1994 Rwandan genocide to Rwanda to face charges.


Jean Twagiramungu's arrest in the German city of Frankfurt two years ago came more than two decades after the genocide in Rwanda, where more than 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus were slaughtered by extremist Hutus.

Twagiramungu has been battling extradition request from Kigali, arguing he cannot receive fair trial in Rwanda.

He was handed over Friday to Rwandan police for prosecution in Rwanda by German officials at Kigali International Airport. Rwanda prosecution spokesman Justin Nkunsi told Associated Press that Twagiramungu faces charges of the genocide and extermination as a crime against humanity.

from yahoonews


*Imagine him saying he cannot get fair trial!...

8 comments:

  1. He wants fair trial with 800k blood on his hands? He's certifiable

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  2. You are afraid of unfair trial but you never gave those you exterminated a chance of any trial. Go and face trial like a man sir.

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  3. U dey mind him ? No be wetin muritala Muhammed and Benjamin adekunle suppose to face in Hague?

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  4. Can you imagine!! He actually used the word 'fair' !!!!

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  5. This guy does not deserve an instant death but something that will gradual painful death. He's in the same class as Abubakar Shekau.

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  6. The Rwandan massacre of the Tutsis, they called it ethnic cleansing. Man's inhumanity to man i must say, similar to the massacre of the the ibos during the civil war. In the movie Hotel Rwanda you will get a glimpse of what happened

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  7. The Rwandan massacre of the Tutsis, they called it ethnic cleansing. Man's inhumanity to man i must say, similar to the massacre of the the ibos during the civil war. In the movie Hotel Rwanda you will get a glimpse of what happened, very sad. He should face the full wrath of the law.

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