Friday, November 2, 2007

Amnesty International Wants to Deny Justice to 800,000 Slaughter Victims

The same "human rights" organization that condemns America for placing panties on the heads of insurgents yet ignored the brutal torture and executions of Pfc. Thomas Tucker and Pfc. Kristian Menchaca, the same organization which accuses Israel of war crimes for targeting terrorists, but is silent on the daily missile barrage targeting Israeli civilians by Palestinian militants, is concerned that the savages who participated in the mass slaughter of innocent civilians might not receive fair treatment:

NAIROBI-Amnesty International urged governments on Friday not to send anyone suspected of crimes during Rwanda's 1994 genocide to be tried in the country, saying it had serious concerns over the justice system.

The central African country wants suspects in the 100-day slaughter of 800,000 minority Tutsis and moderate Hutus to be transferred to its custody.

But Amnesty said that despite improvements in the Rwandan justice system, it had serious concerns about Kigali's ability to investigate and prosecute genocide-related crimes fairly, impartially and in line with international standards.

Epoch Times

1 comment:

David said...

Amnesty International are the ultimate in hypocrisy when it comes to justice for all...they are only interested in using suffering for their political purposes. Freaking sick pathetic organization.

Thank you for this piece!