The Public Prosecution versus Hisséne HABRE: SUMMARY OF THE THIRTY-SECOND HEARING HELD ON 26 OCTOBER 2015

At today’s hearings, witnesses talked about acts of crime against humanity perpetrated during the
crackdown on Arabs as well as homicides and reprisals against populations in the South, particularly
senior officials. The three testimonies made also included incidents of property being looted, torture
and violence against relatives of victims. The first witness called Alanaf Ali, a direct victim, made
it clear that he had filed a complaint because his children had died, his money was stolen and he
was shot in the arm. The second witness, Nayoma Kovonsouma, talked about his arrest while on a
mission in Ndjamena. He was accused of maintaining contacts with the Libyan Embassy in Chad
and was tortured and detained in several prisons. The third witness, Antoinette Mandjere, talked
about her brother who was arrested and executed, and yet he was a police commissioner. She was
tortured for intervening after her brother’s arrest and had to leave everything behind her.

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