I remember reading the stories 10 years ago about the genocide in Rwanda and feeling both horrified and helpless. But it is hard to imagine that this process is going to actually produce real justice in any sort of acceptably consistent fashion.
One million Rwandans - an eighth of the country's population - are expected to be tried for alleged participation in the 1994 genocide, an official said yesterday. . .
The new estimate of one million indicates the vast scale of the task of bringing to justice those suspected of participating in the killings of 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus massacred in Rwanda between April and June 1994.
I hope that I am wrong.