Rwandan Terror Suspect Nsabimana Confesses in Court
Callixte Nsabimana has pleaded guilty to 16 charges including terrorism, kidnapping, murder, genocide denial, arson, armed robbery, forgery and causing bodily harm, among others. He also testified that Ugandan Intelligence supported the National Liberation Force rebels in their attacks in and around Nyungwe National Park.
New Times, 24 May 2019
Terror suspect Callixte Nsabimana yesterday appeared before Gasabo Primary Court where he pleaded guilty to all the 16 charges he faces. Read more »
Callixte Nsabimana (left) consults his lawyer Moise Nkundabarashi in court.
New Times, 23 May 2019
Court heard of the facilitation Nsabimana received from Burundi and Uganda, two of Rwanda's neighbours. Read more »
New Times, 22 May 2019
Callixte Nsabimana, a suspect currently in custody over a litany of terrorism-related charges is expected to appear before Gasabo Primary Court in Kibagabaga, where he is to be… Read more »
New Times, 18 May 2019
Terror suspect Callixte Nsabimana's case is now in the hands of the National Public Prosecution Authority. Read more »
New Times, 30 April 2019
The self-styled army major was part of a terrorist group operating from Congo and in close cooperation with elements--including Rwanda National Congress and FDLR--seeking to… Read more »