The various setbacks from the savage communist military extremism that controlled Ethiopia from 1974 to 1991, known as the Deng, had an unprecedented victory this week. On December 15, past Ethiopian government official ESET Al emu was prosecuted for outrages and sentenced to life in prison by a Dutch court for his work in mentioning the executions of 75 people, including young people under 18, during the 1970s.
In excess of 150,000 students, academic, and political adversaries were butchered during the Deng’s “Red Dread” fight. Endless others were evaporated, caught, or tortured. Senior Deng specialists, including Executive Mengistu Haile Mariam, were prosecuted for obliteration in absentia in 2006 following a 12-year fundamental in Ethiopia’s courts. They were sentenced to life in prison.