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Rwanda: The Convicted

The community tribunals known as Gacaca formally ended in 2012 with over 400,000 murder cases judged. Sentences for those who confessed their crimes were relatively brief, ten years on average. Defendants who did not confess and were convicted faced maximum sentences of thirty years.

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The community tribunals known as Gacaca formally ended in 2012 with over 400,000 murder cases judged. Sentences for those who confessed their crimes were relatively brief, ten years on average. Defendants who did not confess and were convicted faced maximum sentences of thirty years.