In Africa in particular, the issue of accountability of public officers is a very critical and important one. And to the extent that I’m involved in this process of accountability, I find that I am contributing to the establishment of the rule of law and to providing justice to the many victims, you know, in this tragic event.
Of course, I must emphasize that like any other judge, we, anybody that appears before us is presumed innocent until proven guilty. None of my remarks should be interpreted as, you know, prejudging anybody that appears before us. As you know, some people who have appeared before the tribunal have been acquitted.