Death of Floribert Chebeya and Fidèle Bazana in DRC still unresolved after 3 years

June 10, 2013

It has been 3 years since Floribert Chebeya and Fidèle Bazana were killed at the hands of the Police of the Democratic Republic of Congo, after been summoned by the Head of the Police, General John Protection Int'I_logo_final_vertical_72dpiNumbi. To date, the Congolese Military Justice, who deals with this matter, has refused to prosecute General Numbi and has merely judged his accomplices even though it knows the truth, thereby showing total allegiance to the political and military regime. Specific and detailed revelations of one of the protagonists on this case, Commander Paul Mwilambwe, leaves no doubt about on the subject.

The Voix de Sans Voix (voice of the voiceless), supported by the Avocats Sans Frontières Network (Lawyers Without Borders Network) and other national and international human rights organizations, has decided to refer the matter to the relevant United Nations jurisdiction and to the African Union to in order for further investigations to be done.The recent attack against the office of one of the lawyers M. Jean Marie Kabengela shows the impunity of murderers (reported by the Observatory : http://protectionline.org/fr/2013/06/06/cambriolage-du-cabinet-de-me-jean-marie-kabengele-ilunga-avocat-implique-dans-le-proces-de-mm-floribert-chebeya/)

via Anniversary of the death of Floribert Chebeya and Fidèle Bazana | | ProtectionlineProtectionline.

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