The ICTR chief prosecutor has used her last round of ammunition to prosecute those in the Cyangugu trial for sexual violence. She will soon issue a new indictment against two of the accused. Carla del Ponte was livid. When, at the end of 1995, she withdrew her request to amend the indictment in the Cyangugu file, she did so to ensure that the trial, which she hoped would begin in January 2000, would not suffer further delays. In so doing, she ran the risk of letting fresh allegations of sexual violence, which made up the bulk of her amendment, slip through the net.