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01 June 2001 by -

On 13th May, General Kabiligi's defence team requested that an investigation be opened into the acts of torture allegedly committed on the accused while he was under arrest by the Office of the Prosecutor. This is the first allegation of its kind made to the ICTR. Moreover, the case involves an investigator from the Office of the Prosecutor who has been in trouble with the law in his own country. The Prosecutor has branded the motion « frivolous » and « pointless ». « Acts of torture » These words alone fill the mind with fear.

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08 September 2001 by -

On August 30, Colonel Theoneste Bagosora, the former chef de cabinet to the Minister of Defense and allegedly the chief conspirator of the Rwandan genocide, appeared before the UN Rwanda Tribunal as his lawyers again demanded that the Prosecutor turn over any evidence of RPF involvement in the shooting down of former President Juvenal Habyarimana's plane.

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01 June 2001 by -

Head of Military operations

Gratien Kabiligi is accused of genocide, complicity in genocide, conspiracy to commit genocide, crimes against humanity and serious violations of the Geneva Conventions and of Additional Protocol II.

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Proceeding

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06 December 2004 by André-Michel

Once more, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) is walking on very thin ice. Not only is it reeling from having lost an entire year in the Government I trial, but serious problems now threaten to short-circuit the Military I trial.

Kabiligi