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Couple Pursue Rwandan War Suspects in France

by VJ Movement

Daphrose and Alain Gauthier have dedicated themselves to the hunt for Rwandan genocide suspects currently living in France. Some 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were slaughtered by Hutu extremists in 1994, Daphrose's family and friends among them. Together with her husband Alain and with no official support other than an Interpol Wanted poster they hunt down killers who have since fled to France and in this way bring some measure of justice to those who died.

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This video was produced by journalist Jocelyn Grange and camera man Gregoire Ozan. They have worked together  often in their home country France, and in countries including Uganda, Danmark, Serbia and Northern Ireland. For VJ Movement, they have produced several videos, including this one about a French couple who try to track down Rwandese war criminals. 


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