These victims were neither tried nor convicted of any crime, but were executed by Kagame’s regime and dumped in the river. Rwanda abolished the death penalty in 2007, but similar crime scenes are commonplace in various parts of the country. Kagame executes whoever he wants and whenever he wanted. In support of this crime against humanity, the British Ambassador to Rwanda said 2 days ago that this type of justice is better for Africa, and urged other states to adopt this model. I’m asking for an expert to properly give proper definition suitable for this type of diplomacy.