“The Dictator Hunter”: Victims of US-Allied Chadian Dictator Hissene Habre Lead Quest to Bring Him to Justice

When the US-backed Chadian dictator Hissène Habré fell from power in 1990, one of his victims, Souleymane Guengueng, vowed to bring him to justice. We speak to Guengueng and Human Rights Watch attorney Reed Brody, who joined the quest for justice against Habré. The story is told in the new documentary The Dictator Hunter.

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This new documentary, The Dictator Hunter, looks to be a very interesting and informative film.  It is so important for people to educate themselves about issues like the brutal regime of former dictator Hissene Habre. We must listen to the stories of the victims so that we can learn from them and do our utmost to ensure that atrocities like those discussed in the film may never happen again.  It may seem to be an impossibility to put an end to torture and oppression, but even the smallest of gestures can make an impact and pave the way for real, lasting change.  Peace 🙂


~ by peaceseeker99 on June 13, 2008.

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