Another Genocide Convict Dies in Mali Prison

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The former Kibuye Prefecture and notorious Interahamwe militia, Clément Kayishema has died as he served out jail for life in Mali.

Clément Kayishema was sentenced to life imprisonment following his conviction on several counts of Genocide by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) based in Arusha, Tanzania.

He was sentenced to life imprisonment. On 1 June 2001, He was charged genocide, crimes against humanity and organizing and implementing a mass murder of the Tutsi race.

Kayishema was born in 1954 in Gitesi Commune, Kibuye Prefecture, Rwanda. He was trained as a medical doctor and elected prefect of Kibuye in July 1992, a position which he held until his departure to Zaire in July 1994.

 

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