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Justice is finally being served in Guinea. The “September 28, 2009 trial” has, since it started in September 2022, been inviting victims and witnesses of the massacre at Conakry Stadium to relate their tragic experiences. It took 13 years for the accused, including Moussa Dadis Camara – who was head of state in 2009 – to finally face trial. This national trial is closely followed by Guineans, as this event deeply impacted them. Justice Info’s articles address this current event that engages citizens and the country in discussions about its political future and the rule of law. Our correspondents decode the information on site and our experts provide insightful, independent analyses on matters of justice.

Guinea massacre trial enters the final stretch

The “confrontation” phase began on April 15 in Guinea’s important trial on the 2009 massacre in Conakry stadium. Defendants, victims and witnesses are taking the stand once again, but only on specific points. Dozens of people are to be heard. Divisions between the accused are becoming clearer, and some witnesses are worried about their safety. […]
By Matthias Raynal (our correspondent in Conakry)
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