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OUTCRY AS FRANCE DROPS CASE ON RWANDAN PRIEST ACCUSED OF GENOCIDE
A French court has dismissed the case against Father Wenceslas Munyeshyaka, the first case opened in France on the Rwandan genocide under the principle of universal competence. The announcement on October 2 has caused an outcry. The case of Father Wenceslas, a Catholic priest who attracted media attention even during the genocide as thousands of Tutsi refugees sought refuge in his Sainte Famille parish in Kigali, is both historic and symbolic. Advocates for the priest,…
by Franck Petit, JusticeInfo.Net, JusticeInfo.Net
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