We remain powerless to the promotion of certain alleged perpetrators of this barbarity in high civil and military positions.
On September 28, 2009, the Guinean security forces had killed more than 150 unarmed protesters during an opposition rally. More than 40 woman were raped in public, at least 1,500 people were injured, and many others disappeared.
there are many of us who have proof, that more than 100 Guinean women, most of them Fulani, were, on September 28, 2009, and the following days, victims of rape and torture carried out by Guinean soldiers, policemen and politicians, some clearly identified, and that to this day, exactly two years after those awful events, not one person has been arrested or tried by judges.
Arbitrary arrests and detentions, torture, rigged trials and executions are not difficult to find in Guinea’s history.