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Posted Wednesday, October 7, 2009

When a Military Dictator Rapes, Murders in Broad Daylight Hundreds of Democracy Lovers


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AFTER A PROTEST AGAINST THE NEW TYRANT, CAPT. MOUSSA DADIS CAMARA, 45  A photo given to The New York Times showed dead bodies after an opposition rally in Conakry, Guinea, on Sept. 28. Human rights officials have estimated that as many as 157 people died. Untold number of women were raped by soldiers who took turn, and this barbaric act took place in broad daylight.
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Capt. Moussa Dadis Camara, center, Guinea's new 'Big Man. (Phooto may be subject to copyright)
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