Sunday, May 2, 2010

Dutch Justice System Won’t Arrest Suspect of Genocide

Two human rights organizations, African Rights and Redress have announced that for years the Dutch justice system has not arrested Pierre-Claver K. who, according to them, played a key role in the 1994 genocide of the Tootsies in Rwanda. The two organization have published that already in 2007 they submitted a confidential report supported by declarations of witnesses which describe the role of K. in organizing mass murders in Mugina and later also in the Rwandan capital Kigali. They say that the Dutch Government has done nothing in spite of the many incriminating facts. The Public Prosecution responded to de Volkskrant daily that it knows about the information provided by the organizations, but for reasons of privacy and investigation, it cannot give any information on individual cases.

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