Opposite editorial - East Africa - Kenya - United Kingdom - Justice - Crime
The British gov’t must answer for crimes committed some 50 years ago
Five veterans of the Mau Mau movement arrived last week in London to launch a complaint against the British government for acts of torture committed before the Kenyan independence. Tens of thousands of Kenyans were arbitrarily detained, tortured and executed in response to a rebellion against the settlers. The victims are now demanding compensation and recognition of the atrocities committed by the English.

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