We've just learned that Rwandan citizen Joseph Mpambara has been sentenced to life in prison for his involvement in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.
The Hutu citizen had already been sentenced to 20 years in prison, but he had been acquitted on "war-crimes charges."
We're pleased to report that prosecutors appealed that decision, and they won, which has resulted in a war-crimes conviction and a lifetime in prison for Mpambara.
The horrible man was found guilty of "torturing two Tutsi mothers and their children to death, and to having attacked a Protestant church where Tutsis had sought sanctuary."
What happened to those poor Tutsi families is horrific, but at least justice is being properly served.
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