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Audio Archive:

June 21st, 2010 : mp3 file not currently online

The case of Peter Erlinder - US lawyer imprisoned in Rwanda. The Gaza Freedom Flotilla - participants speak.

Featured Guest(s):
Gershom Otachi, Kevin Neish, Paul Larudee

Kenyan lawyer, Gershom Otachi on the fight for Peter Erlinder's freedom; Kevin Neish of British Columbia, describes his experiences as part of the Gaza Freedom Flotilla; Paul Larudee, from California also speaks as a Flotilla participant and about the refusal by Oakland longshoremen to unload an Israeli vessel.




June 14th, 2010 : mp3 file not currently online

David Jacobs on the arrest by Rwanda of American lawyer Peter Erlinder.

Featured Guest(s):
David Jacobs




June 7th, 2010 : mp3 file not currently online

The case of Peter Erlinder - US lawyer imprisoned in Rwanda. Yves Engler on Israel.

Featured Guest(s):
Scott Erlinder, Yves Engler

Phil speaks with Scott Erlinder and Yves Engler. Scott Erlinder is the brother of US lawyer Peter Erlinder who is a prisoner in Rwanda. Yves Engler is the author of Building Apartheid: Canada and Israel.




May 15th, 2006 : mp3 file not currently online

The 'life and politics' of Ruari O'Bradaigh - an interview with biographer Robert White. Peter Erlinder shares evidence that RPF assasinated the Rwandan President and initiated the war in Rwanda.

Featured Guest(s):
Robert W. White, Peter Erlinder

"The Life and Politics of an Irish Revolutionary", Robert W. White talks about his biography of Ruairi O Bradaigh.

RPF Assasinated President and Initiated War in Rwanda: Defence lawyer, Peter Erlinder, details the evidence.




Article Archive:

Open Letter to General Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda
Francis Muhoozi


General Paul Kagame,
President of the Republic of Rwanda
B.P.15 Kigali - RWANDA.
22nd August 2010


Dear Sir,

I greet you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

In direct reference to your published article "Rwanda's democracy is still the model for Africa" of 19th August 2010, I beg to disagree with you as  your close friends the Americans also reminded you through their White House statement of Friday 13th August 2010 Mr. President that, "Democracy is about more than holding elections."

Unfortunately, August 09th 2010 was yet another missed chance for the people of Rwanda to take a step forward towards peace and reconciliation. It was a missed opportunity for all...
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Genocide Denial and Genocide Facilitation: Gerald Caplan and The Politics of Genocide
Edward S. Herman and David Peterson

In his June 17 "review" of our book The Politics of Genocide, for Pambazuka News,1 Gerald Caplan, a Canadian writer who Kigali's New Times described as a "leading authority on Genocide and its prevention,"2 focuses almost exclusively on the section we devote to Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.3  Caplan s

Like Gerald Caplan's hostile "review" of our book, The Politics of Genocide, Adam Jones's aggressive attack on our response to Caplan can be explained in significant part by Jones's deep commitment to an establishment narrative on the Rwandan genocide that we believe to be false -- one that misal...
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ICTR-ADAD NEWS ADVISORY: Rwandan Military Leaders Found Not-Guilty of Conspiracy and Genocide Planning
Association des Avocats de la Defence - Association of Defense Lawyers

ARUSHA TZ – 18/12: Today’s ICTR judgments in the Military-I trial completely rejected the Prosecution theory of long-term planning and conspiracy to commit genocide by members of the former Rwandan military leadership. All four defendants were found “not guilty” of all counts charging conspiracy to commit genocide, based on the Chambers ruling that their actions prior to April 6, 1994 were based on war-time conditions, not planning to kill civilians or to carry out a genocide against Tutsi Rwandans.

Gen. Gratien Kabiligi was found not guilty of all remaining charges because of the Prosecution’s failure to prove his command authority over Rwandan troops, and was ordered released immediately.

The three other defendants were convicted of responsibility for pa...
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