Reseña del editor
An ex Army Officer returns to Rwanda with his wife in present day, and his memory takes him back to the violent days he spent with the UN peacekeeping forces; how he endeavored everyday to save as many lives as he could, during the bloodiest man-made disaster of history; the Rwandan genocide of 1994; which took the lives of 1 million people in 100 days, and how he watched helplessly, as all his efforts to bring the perpetrators to justice were swept under the carpet.
Biografía del autor
Former Military Intelligence Officer of UNAMIR Force Commander General Romeo Dallaire in Rwanda1994 before and during the genocide. Former OAU Military Observer Army Officer graduated in Morocco, France and USA Advanced Military Academies. Specialized in Battlefield Information Technology, Intelligence and Combat Operations. Later on became Investigator and Witness Protection Coordinator for the Prosecutor's Office of the International Tribunal for Rwanda. Became UN Advisor in Humanitarian Crisis areas with High Commissioner for Refugees, Human Rights Geneva, Peace Keeping Operations and other programs especially in Rwanda, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo, Ethiopia, Angola, Haiti, Kosovo Emergency Response, Albania and many other investigative missions in Europe and throughout Africa. He is currently involved in Security Operations in the Alberta Oil Sands.