Discipline Soldiers for Lynching Muslim Man

Minutes after the president made a speech celebrating the military's professionalism, soldiers in Central African Republic lynched an innocent bystander, setting upon the man with knives and bricks, kicking him to the ground, stripping him to his underwear and stabbing him over and over before burning his corpse. It was the third public lynching in three weeks.

The brutal and brazen murder was another sign of the disintegration of this remote country of 4.5 million people.

The International Criminal Court says it will open a preliminary examination into crimes, including killings, rape and sexual slavery alleged to have been committed during the conflict.

Ask President Catherine Samba-Panza to restore order and discipline soldiers for participating in such brutal crimes.

Dear Madam,


Minutes after  your speech celebrating the military's professionalism, soldiers in Central African Republic lynched an innocent bystander, setting upon the man with knives and bricks, kicking him to the ground, stripping him to his underwear and stabbing him over and over before burning his corpse. It was the third public lynching in three weeks.



The brutal and brazen murder was another sign of the disintegration of this remote country of 4.5 million people.


The International Criminal Court says it woill open a preliminary examination into crimes, including killings, rape and sexual slavery alleged to have been committed during the conflict.


Restore order and discipline soldiers for participating in such brutal crimes!


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