Thursday, June 30, 2011

Rwandan Dictator in SA Dock

No sooner than the Rwandan dictator became unwelcomed to UK, than the case against his murderous trail opened in Johannesburg, South Africa on 28 June 2011.

Entire world watching

A year ago in June 2010, Kagame-Nziza hired killers shot Lieutenant General Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa, Rwanda’s former army commandant. Now three Rwandans and three Tanzanians stand accused of this crime.

The Rwandan dictator’s murderous crusade has strained Rwandan-South African relations. South Africa’s ambassador has not returned to Rwanda since he was recalled last year.

Jack Nziza’s man appears in court

Appearing in court was the main archtect on the ground – Pascal Kanyandekwe, a Rwandan “businessman”. In addition to charges stemming from the shooting, Kanyandekwe is accused of plotting to kill Nyamwasa while recovering in hospital. This is the infamous character heard in leaked audios planning the killing of Kayumba in hospital and even wiping out the entire hospital staff if necessary.

Previous audio recordings (read: Kagame’s Assasin caught in South Africa Trap and Kagame Killing Machine out of Control: Further Concrete Evidence)

Kanyandekwe and four men not linked to the shooting are to stand trial in the hospital plot later this month.

Kanyandekwe is also accused of bribery after two police officers said he offered them US$1million to let him and his hired killers go when they arrested him in July 2010.

The other two Rwandans accused are Kayumba’s driver and a former Rwandan soldier.

Kagame’s luck has run out

Kagame’s killings have finally caught up with him. We have previously published long lists of lives the Rwandan dictator has taken.

The rest of the world has taken notice.

The dictator is totally naked now – and will be even more exposed at the end of this trial, no matter the outcome.


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