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Subject: RE: Are you a witness of torture in West Africa? 
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Two weeks ago, soldiers came to our village. The soldiers all had
machine guns. Nobody in our village has any guns, since the police had
come by our village about a year ago and took away all of our guns to
protect us from bandits. There was nothing we could do to resist the
soldiers. The soldiers rounded up all the men, except young children and
the very old. Then the soldiers lead the men away from the village.
About half an hour later, we heard many shots in the distance. When we
went looking for our people, all men were dead. The soldiers had left.
The next day, they went to another village in the [. . .]
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