Black Section SeparatorAs he took the stand for the first time in a long-awaited trial, Camara denied that he was responsible for a 2009 stadium massacre.
Black Section SeparatorTens of thousands of people gathered at a stadium in Conakry to pressure him not to stand in a presidential election.
Black Section SeparatorSecurity forces fired teargas and charged the stadium as many were shot, stabbed, beaten or crushed. According to human rights groups, an unknown number of w
Black Section SeparatorCamara is one of 11 men on trial accused of orchestrating the massacre and face a number of charges, including murder, rape, torture and assault.
Black Section SeparatorIn October, Camara’s former aide-de-camp told the court that Camara planned and ordered the violent suppression of demonstrators.
Black Section SeparatorCamara said in a statement that the events of September 28 were an attempt to remove him from power.
Black Section SeparatorHe didn’t say much about how the events unfolded. A military coup last year led to the ousting of former president Alpha Conde.
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