The wanted killer admits: I have waited too long to be arrested
Vulgens Kaishima, the world’s most wanted assassin, has been brought to justice. The man participated in organizing the genocide of more than two thousand Tutsi refugees. In order not to fall into the hands of the judiciary, forged documents.
The 62-year-old was found and arrested thanks to cooperation South African authorities and UN investigators. At first, he denied his identity, but hours later he did I agree with the investigators. – I waited a long time to be arrested Kaishima reportedly told officers from the IRMCT Public Prosecutor’s Office.
According to the officers, the man repeatedly forged his identity documents, thanks to which he managed to escape from law enforcement.
Genocide in Rwanda. They set fire to the church and then demolished it
According to the claim Vulgens Kaishima is accused of genocide And crimes against humanityCommitted in 1994 in Rwanda.
Male – during mass persecution Tutsi population – In collaboration with other killers led to More than 2,000 people died, including the elderly and children. They were then in Niang Church in the municipality of Kivum.
look: The paralyzed man got up and started walking. “It’s a technical miracle.”
The 62-year-old was directly involved in planning and carrying out the operation. The building of the temple remained They set fire to the refugees insideu Then, using bulldozers, brought to The walls collapse, thus burying everyone present there.
They are looking for other Rwandan refugees. They are responsible for the “most serious crimes”
As we read in the IRMCT statement, Kaishima’s arrest is a very important step towards the settlement of refugees from Rwanda Accused of genocide.
So far the Fugitive OTP tracking team I found five suspects International Criminal Court. Still required Three criminalswho have succeeded in avoiding responsibility.
“There is genocide The most dangerous crime known to mankind. The international community is obligated to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to justice They will be judged and punished. This arrest is tangible proof that this and that commitment never ends Justice will be doneNo matter how long it takes.”