Will Rwanda's Gen Paul Kagame Accept His Former Ambassador's Challenge To Lie Detector Test To Determine Who Killed President Habyarimana?
Gen. Kagame -- last year president Obama phoned to warn him over a damning UN report implicating Rwanda in sponsoring M23 the army accused of widespread terrorism in Congo. His former ambassador wants him to take a lie-detector test over the assassination that sparked Rwanda's 1994 massacres.
I am inviting President Paul Kagame to join me in taking a lie-detector (polygraph) test, under international supervision, on the question of who shot down President Juvenal Habyarimana's plane in 1994.
In April 2012, I testified before the French Judge, Marc Trevidic, to confirm that President Paul Kagame is responsible for the shooting down of the aircraft in which President Habyarimana of Rwanda, President Ntaryamira of Burundi and all others on board perished.
Both of us could take the test under the auspices of a joint panel of investigators constituted by the African Union and the United Nations.
Dr. Theogene Rudasingwa was Rwanda's former ambassador to the United States in Gen. Kagame's government. He now lives in the U.S.