Information leading to the arrest, transfer, or conviction of Félicien Kabuga
Up to $5 Million Reward
Felicien Kabuga has been indicted for genocide, crimes against humanity, and other serious violations of international humanitarian law. Kabuga is alleged to be the main financier and backer of the political and militia groups that committed the Rwandan genocide.
Kabuga was co-founder and chairman of the Fonds de Défense Nationale (FDN). Through this organization, Kabuga is alleged to have provided funds to the interim Rwandan government for the purposes of executing the 1994 genocide. Moreover, Kabuga is alleged to have given logistical support to the Interahamwe militiamen by issuing them weapons and uniforms and by providing them transport in his company's vehicles.
To bring Kabuga to justice, the United States Government is offering a reward to individuals who furnish information leading to his arrest, transfer, or conviction. All information regarding the identity of any informant will be kept strictly confidential.
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