Wednesday, September 12, 2012

USA: Conference: Examining Congo Genocide And UN Mapping Report

Special To The Black Star News


Rwanda's Gen. Paul Kagame, once a U.S. darling has seen his star dim as UN reports implicating Rwanda in Congo genocide gains wide acceptance

D e m o c r a t i c  R e p u b l i c  o f  t h e  C o n g o

Conference in New York on Sept 27, 2012

The Congo DR Mapping Report
Released by the UN on October 1st, 2010,
Balkanization, and Genocide

“The UN Mapping Report of Oct. 1st, 2010, Balkanization, and Congo Genocide: Paul Kagame’s Rwanda’s Role and Intent to Balkanize the DRC; and How to End the 16 years of the atrocities and misery in the Congo DR.”

The full title of the Mapping Report released by the UN on October 1, 2010 is:

“The Report of the Mapping Exercise documenting the most serious violations of human rights and international humanitarian law committed within the territory of the Democratic Republic of the Congo between March 1993 and June 2003”.


September 27, 2012: 10 AM – 2 PM
Vanderbilt YMCA, 224 East 47th Street, New York, NY 10017;


RSVP required (Réservation Obligatoire) ; Must bring ID (Carte d’identité obligatoire)
Email : and cc to 
(provide your name, email address, and a phone number – Veuillez donner votre nom, adresse email, and votre numéro de téléphone).

Info, please call (Info, veuillez appeler) Tel: 718-610-9388 ; 347-749-9188


Professor Peter Erlinder: An American lawyer who teaches Law in St. Paul, Minnesota. He is a world renowned international attorney who was the Lead Defence Counsel for the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda where he represented several leaders of the Rwandan opposition.
During the last Rwandan elections, he was thrown in jail by Paul Kagame when he went to Rwanda in order to represent Rwandan presidential candidate Victoire Ingabire who had been arrested herself.

Mr. Mulopo Kapita: A Special Advisor in charge of Mobilization in the Office of the National President of APARECO (Alliance des Patriotes pour la Refondation du Congo).

Professor Yaa-Lengi Ngemi: A Historian, a Scientist and an Author. He is the author of Genocide in the Congo-Zaire and an activist and president of the Coalition for Peace, Justice, and Democracy in the Congo (CONGOCOALITION).


Mr. Keith H. Snow: “Keith Harmon Snow is a photographer, journalist (war correspondent) and researcher who resides in Western Massachusetts, and has worked in and reported from many African and Asian countries.”

Mr. Milton Alimadi: He is a journalist, writer, publisher and CEO of The Black Star News, who has worked for such diverse publications as The Journal of Commerce, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The City Sun.

The Coalition for Peace, Justice, and Democracy in the Congo-Zaire (CONGOCOALITION); Alliance des Patriotes pour la Refondation du Congo (APARECO); Combattants Patriotes Résistants Congolais aux USA (CPRC-USA)


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