Guinea has stated that former president Alpha Condé, who was deposed in a military coup in September, will face charges of murder and other crimes committed while in office.
Condé is one of 27 former high-ranking officials facing charges of "murder, assassination, and complicity," according to a document released to the media by public prosecutor Alphonse Charles Wright. Detention, torture, kidnapping, disappearances, rape and other forms of sexual assault, as well as looting, are all alleged crimes. Those facing allegations include a former President of the Constitutional Court, previous Speakers of Parliament, a former Prime Minister, and a slew of former ministries, legislators, and security service officers.
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