This is tantamount to the fox exonerating itself from being guilty of raping, robbing, and then killing the chickens in the hen house. Child sex abuse case against French soldiers in Central African Republic dismissed by magistrates

This is tantamount to the fox exonerating itself from being guilty of raping, robbing, and then killing the chickens in the hen house. Child sex abuse case against French soldiers in Central African Republic dismissed by magistrates

(FILES) A file picture taken on January 19, 2014 shows a French soldier taking part in ‘Operation Sangaris’ standing guard as Muslim people wait to seek refuge at the Boali church, in Boali, some 100km north of Bangui. French prosecutors have opened an investigation into claims that French peacekeepers sexually abused children in the Central African Republic, a judicial source said on April 29, 2015. The move followed claims reported in the British Guardian daily that a senior UN aid worker had been suspended for leaking an internal report into abuse by French soldiers against children at a centre for internally displaced people in the capital Bangui. AFP PHOTO / ERIC FEFERBERG

This is an affront to commonsense. This is also spitting in the face of the subjects/victims of French colonial savagery. To dismiss these charges with hundreds of victims and thousands of witnesses is to say to hell with your suffering , you third world inhumane scum.

Outrage and revolution should explode against any and every occupying power in Africa. Now is the time to treat them as they have constantly treated you, with little to no respect, dignity, nor concern.

What is being done with this is the victim looking for justice from the rapist. This is not logical nor is it the right way. The French are covering their behinds against future lawsuits and public indignation for “1st world nations” raping of their former colonial subjects.

Do you not see the insanity of this? It is tant0amount to the fox exonerating itself from being guilty of raping, robbing, and then killing the chickens in the hen house.

Child sex abuse case against French soldiers in Central African Republic dismissed by magistrates

French magistrates have dismissed a case brought against soldiers accused of sexually abusing children during their deployment to Central African Republic, a French judicial source told Reuters.

The allegations, which are said to have taken place in 2013-2014, emerged following the leak of an internal United Nations document in April 2015, which contained the testimonies of six children who said they were abused by 13 French soldiers in exchange for rations at a displacement camp in the capital Bangui.

Two soldiers from Equatorial Guinea and three from Chad were also implicated in the abuse. It comes after French prosecutors called for the case to be dropped last year, as some of the testimony was deemed inconsistent and some elements could not be confirmed.

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