Moussa Dadis Camara gives way to the helm
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Called fifteen times to the bar, a record, the former head of state is the main defendant in the trial for the massacre of September 28, 2009. Heard for the last time this Wednesday, January 25, Moussa Dadis Camara gave the floor to the gendarme Blaise Goumou.
With our correspondent in Conakry, matias reynal
This morning, nothing new at Dixinn Criminal Court. Since December 12, it is Moussa Dadis Camara who has been questioned for his role in the massacre of more than 150 people and the rape of more than a hundred women on September 28, 2009, during an opposition rally in the conakry stadium. Two of his lawyers then ask him his last questions.
” Very good, Mr. President. Can you conclude in these terms: “I have nothing to do with the events of September 28. I never gave the order to any soldier, to any citizen, to go to the September 28 stadium”? The ex-coup leader rejects all responsibility for the massacre. ” I didn’t give any orders. Nobody gave me orders. »
And then, shortly before noon, agent Blaise Goumou, a member of the special services at the time, will be able to give his version of events. He says that he was on the Conakry stadium concourse on September 28, 2009. They came aboard 4 or 5 trucks. This tomb [Diakité, NDLR] who was in front, got out and took the exit through the inside of the stadium, shooting. When they started shooting, we left, we came back. »
Without trying anything to help the unarmed Guineans who were in the stadium, the prosecutor insists. Blaise Goumou’s appearance should resume next Monday.