Paul Rusbagina, former manager of the Mille Collins Hotel, was the inspiration for his story The movie The “Hotel Rwanda” genocide in Rwanda has been found guilty of “terrorism” by a Kigali court, which has become a fierce critic of the country’s government.
Judge Beatrice Mukamurensi ruled in favor of Rousseff Bagina, who is accused of supporting the National Liberation Front (FLN), a rebel group that carried out deadly attacks in 2018 and 2019. Country. African
The court has not yet announced the associated sentence.
Rusebagina, who used his pride to denounce Rwandan President Paul Kagame as a dictator, was arrested in August 2020 when a plane believed to be flying to Burundi landed in Kigali.
The family alleges that Russabagina was abducted and that the nine allegations against him, including terrorism, were in retaliation for the government’s criticism.
Kegame denies criticism of the case. He declared that the imprisonment of Russabagina was not for his fame, but for the lives lost “because of his deeds.”
The trial of Russebagina and 20 others began in February, but the court boycotted the case, accusing the Belgian national and the defendant of living in the United States of “arbitrariness and lack of freedom.”
The United States, the European Parliament and Belgium, which awarded Russabagina the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2005, have expressed concern about the legality of the trial.
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