Rwandan court finds ‘Hotel Rwanda’ film hero Rusesabagina guilty of terror-related charges By Reuters
KIGALI (Reuters) – A Rwandan court on Monday said Paul Rusesabagina, a one-time hotel manager portrayed as a hero in a Hollywood film about the 1994 genocide, was guilty of terrorism-related charges.
Beatrice Mukamurenzi, judge said that the defendants should be convicted for their participation in this terrorist group – MRCD–FLN. They attacked individuals in their houses or in their vehicles while on the road.
Rusesabagina, aged 67, was a critic of President Paul Kagame, exiled by Don Cheadle, in “Hotel Rwanda”. He denied the allegations and claimed he had been abducted from Dubai.
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