Three Rwandan media executives have been found guilty of inciting violence during the genocide of 1994.
That was "Radio Television Libre des Mille Collines"Two Rwandan media executives have been sentenced to life in prison for their part in the 1994 genocide. A third was given a 35-year jail term after a private radio told ethnic Hutus to kill members of the Tutsi minority, saying "exterminate the cockroaches".
"...Hassan Ngeze, who was sentenced to life, was the editor of an extremist magazine called Kangura, which the prosecution said dehumanised the Tutsis...."
What do you think? is this a good precedent? or blocking freedom of speach (even though it was genocidal)?"...They were all found guilty of using the media to incite violence by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda..."