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Erlinder Begins Tour on U.S. Responsibility for the Rwanda Genocide and Congo Wars
On January 22, 2010, KPFA News spoke to Professor Peter Erlinder, international criminal defense attorney and law professor at William Mitchell College of Law, about U.S. responsibility for the Rwanda Genocide and Congo Wars.
Peter Erlinder, speaking to the
National Lawyers' Guild last spring, with
a duplicate of the pink prison garb he wore
while imprisoned by Rwandan President Paul
Kagame's regime. Erlinder had traveled to Kigali,
Rwanda's capitol, to defend Victoire Ingabire
Umuhoza. Ingabire, who attempted to
run for president against Paul Kagame, is now in
American Law Professor Peter Erlinder is about to begin a speaking tour to present his 70-page compilation of original UN documents and evidence, and his analysis what actually happened in Rwanda between 1993 and 1995. Erlinder says that the U.S., its allies, and the Rwandan government are collaborators in an ongoing coverup of the truth at the International Criminal Tribunal on Rwanda in Arusha, Tanzania, and that the U.S. was responsible for the Rwanda Genocide and the ensuing Congo Wars.KPFA News, January 22, 2010.