Friday, April 01, 2005

Dedicated To The Journalists Who Justified Darfur Genocide

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In the end Ngeze was found guilty of genocide, conspiracy to commit genocide, incitement to commit genocide by direct and published channels, and crimes against humanity (persecution and extermination). On the other hand he was acquitted on the charges of complicity to commit genocide and of crimes against humanity (murder).

The president of the Trial Chamber, Mrs Navanethem Pillay, judged that Ngeze had used his magazine “to instigate hatred, spread fear and incite genocide. It is clear that Kangura played an essential role in creating the circumstances which led to the genocide”.

Ngeze was sentenced to life imprisonment.


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