PARIS, Dec 1 (LSN)  The French government will publish the results of its parliamentary investigation into the Rwandan genocide on the internet in mid-December according to a report by the investigating committee yesterday. While much of the testimony during the inquiry into the crisis of 1990-1994 which resulted in the slaughter of over 800,000, was not open to the public, officials have promised that all the material gathered will be made public.  Pro-lifers familiar with the events on the international scene wonder if the French report will expose the UN’s cover-up of its own complicity in the Rwandan genocide. The responsibility of the UN for allowing the massacre in Rwanda to take place has been well documented in various news reports about allegations made by Canadian general Romeo Dallaire. Dallaire, the UN commanding officer in Rwanda during the crisis, was denied permission to implement a promising plan to avoid the massacres by UN high command.


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