After nearly five years of stalled investigations, South African prosecutors have finally called an inquest into the brutal strangling death of Rwandan dissident Patrick Karegeya, a former close aide to Rwandan President Paul Kagame.

The Kagame government gloated openly over the dissident’s death, saying that Col. Karegeya had suffered the consequences of his “betrayal” of his country. “When you choose to be a dog, you die like a dog, and the cleaners will wipe away the trash,” Rwandan defence minister James Kabarebe said

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