Friday, April 10, 2015

Australian-based doctor added to Uganda's most-wanted list

I cannot help but to laugh.. my ribs hurt so much it is no longer funny.  So this is it?  Hey, count on me to bring you anything and everything about this terrorist doctor who lives in another continent and kills people in #Uganda.  AND Jesus Weeps.  The guardian actually has a better sense of humour than I do.  They do not use Kiyingi's picture.  Well, of course surely you see this is not the man "Interpol per l'ouganda" is searching for.  WAIT WAIT, this is now becoming interesting.  Subliminal. Why would they do this?  Interpose the picture of the hunter over the hunted? I give up.  Let me return to the news for my people because politics stinks. Do these editors even bother to look at what they publish? This is nuts if you think about it.  The title of the article and then the picture.  Well, now we all know.  I had no idea that Museveni was a cardiologist in Australia being wanted in Uganda!!!

An Australian-based doctor who wants to stand as a presidential candidate in Uganda has been placed alongside the warlord Joseph Kony as one of the country’s most wanted men.

Dr Aggrey Kiyingi has repeatedly accused the Ugandan government of pursuing charges against him for political reasons.

The names and photographs of the 11 wanted people have been published in all major newspapers in the country, and they include Kiyingi.

“He is a wealthy cardiologist based in Australia,” the ad says. “He is wanted for bankrolling murders that rocked eastern Uganda from December 2014 to February 2015.”

According to prosecutors, Kiyingi and 23 other suspects murdered four Muslim clerics, two policemen and a local leader.

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They are further charged with attempting to murder three other people.

Kiyingi has previously dismissed the claims as “absolute nonsense”, saying they were part of a long history of orchestrated government harassment of his political organisation, including imprisonment of members, in the lead-up to the 2016 election.

In February he accused the president, Yoweri Museveni, of a “pre-emptive strike” linking him to the murder of the clerics, designed to damage his electoral chances. He said his supporters had been harassed, arrested and in some cases tortured by authorities.

The country’s police spokesman, Fred Enaga, says: “We have released the list of Uganda’s most wanted criminal fugitives.

“Some of them are in countries which do not have extradition treaties with Uganda. We are working with Interpol to arrest the suspects outside Uganda.”

Kony, who launched a rebellion in Uganda more than two decades ago, is wanted on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity including murder, sexual slavery and using child soldiers.

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