On December 14, 2006, Joseph Nzabirinda appeared before Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Tribunal of Rwanda and pleaded guilty to one count of murder as a crime against humanity. Nzabirinda was labeled an “approving spectator” by the Prosecution and is alleged to have participated in meetings during which planned executions of Tutsis were discussed. The plea was accepted and the Chamber set January 17, 2007 as the date for sentencing.Â Further details are available here.
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