Maryland Professor Suspended for Helping Rwanda Genocide

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The Rwanda Genocide of 1994 was one of the worst mass killings ever to hit historic record with reports of a half million Tutsi people killed in a matter of approximately 100 days by the Hutu regime.  The aftermath of the crimes committed in the country is still following a college professor in Maryland. 

Goucher College located in Towson, Md., has suspended one of its professors for allegations of his participation in the mass killings in Rwanda in 1994.  The french professor had been arrested for overstaying his Visa and has since been released, but then he was facing much more serious charges. 

He claims to have papers that show he was arrested during that time and released by the prosecutor in Rwanda.  He says that the papers clear him of any wrongdoing during the outbreak of violence.   Goucher contends that while immigration and other authorities do not have enough evidence against him, that they charges against him are too serious and parents and students don’t want to find out they had this type of person teaching them.  Check out the report and let us know what you think.

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