Guinea: A Decade Later, No Justice for Massacre
Investigation Complete; Trial Should Be Scheduled
Wednesday 25 September 2019
Families of victims of the September 2009 massacre by Guinea’s
security forces are still awaiting justice 10 years later, six human rights groups said today. The groups released a video
to mark the massacre’s tenth anniversary featuring victims pleading for the trial to go ahead.
The security forces killed more than 150 people demonstrating in a stadium in the capital, Conakry in the massacre, which began on September 28, 2009. Hundreds of people were wounded and more than a hundred women were victims of rape and other forms of sexual violence in the events of September 28 and their aftermath.