HE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Ugandan tells of prison horrors
CHICAGO (UPI) - A survi- from Uganda last New Year's too muc
vor of a Ugandan prison said he Eve. "Arour
watched President Idi Amin's The man said when he first were be
soldiers kill 200 prisoners a day was taken to the prison with with the
for 45 straight days last year, a several other men, their arms the gua
copyrighted dispatch in Sun- and legs were bound and they the roon
day's editions of the Chicago were put in one room. The onto lor
Tribune said. guards wduld return to the room "I BE
The prison survivor, who with- every two hours to count heads. ings dro
held his name, in his late thir- "From then on, every morn- men die
ties, was in Israel briefly last ing, the guards would choose a days."
week on what he termed "per- few prisoners, give them sledge-' The s
sonal business," the' dispatch hammers and knives, and say, transfers
said. He belongs to a family of 'Help us. We're tired and we Makindy
wealthy, well-educated civil ser- don't have the ammunition to prisoner
vants that flourished in Kam- waste. Kill yourselves'," the ears and
pala before Amin seized power man said. ers.
in 1971. "I KILLED three former po- The m
THE UGANDAN said he was! lice officers who were prison- away to
arresea oy Amin's solaiers in ers," the man said. "Those are intervene
arreer 97 Ands soxpersnledthe ones I remember but I'm stayed h
November 1975 and experienced sr hr eeohr."H
atrocities at Makindye Prison! "I used a knife in theheart so with 126
until he was released and fled they would die quickly without ries to t
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h suffering," he said
nd me, men's heads
ing smashed to pieces'
rds made us clean op
m and load the bodies
ries," he said.
CAME crazy. The kill-
ve me mad. I saw 200
each day for 45 straight!
survivor said he was
us into the river," the man said.
"I could see the crocodiles
scramble off the opposite bank
and come across the water.
Then there were screams as the
crocodiles tore Off their legs,
and the water turned red.
"Suddenly I saw a guard rais-
ing his rifle and aiming at me,
but another soldier bumped his
arm, and the bullet grazed my
head and knocked' me Into the
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red to another part of river."
e prison where chosen
s were forced to cut off
d noses of other prison-
nan said he was taken
be killed but an official " *
ed, saying Amin had CA i u-i
NEXT day I was taken
'other prisoners in bor-! f
he Kafu River, north of
a. s e
were handcuffed and or-
jump into a part of the
here the current was
Ld where there were ii a
ocodiles," the man said.!
lard told us, 'If you can (Continued from Page 1)
irselves, all right.' I pilots in Kampala, the Ugandan
N THE soldiers, using capital.
yonets, began prodding Amin has refused a U. S.
request to clarify his detention
"The President is not a per-
son who changes his words like
GIRLS a slave and is not going to re-
SOMERSET FOR BIYL peat his words which were very
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perienced counselors with ex- AMIN HAS summoned the
n any of the following Swim- Americans to meet with him in
iS) Sailing, Canoeing Water Kampala at 11 a.m. Monday.
cuba Diving Archery Rdelry The radio said the meeting will
cs. Crafts & Woodworking deal with what the Americans
cs Tripping. Photography have been doing in Uganda
io Riding (English) Call or since Washington shut down its
information R application Act embassy in Kampala three
openings fill quicklyy
'mum Age Required 20 years ago.
MP OFFICE, Dept. 30 The broadcast repeated state-
E. 57 St. NY. NY 10022 ments that the Amerkians
(212) 752-853 should "have no cause for
An American nun working in
a Ugandan hospital told the
Hartford, Conn., Courant by
telephone that she and other
Americans were, not. "overly
fearful" and that she "certain-
ly" planned ito attend Monday's
meeting with the Ugandan pres-
Amin's move against the
M E R 77 Americans followed reports he
had begun a massacre of Chris-
MS tian tribesmen in his country
~flSand his announcement' earlier
this week that he had uncovered
a plot against him that would
.E TIME have involved the landing of
ADUATE paratroopers from the United
States, Britain or Israel.
re organization. Nairobi's Daily Nation news-
in cooperation paper quoted a Ugandan refu-
gee, Geoffrey Mugabi, who
claimed that hundreds of Chris-
tian Langi tribesmen were mas-
sacred in a police barracks by
Amin's troops earlier this week.
Mugabi, who said he had
been detained in the barracks
and was released, wrote that
the soldiers apparently strang-
led their <otims. When he was
ordered to carry out the bodies,
he wrote, he saw that "all the
heads had been smashed in and
the floor was littered with eyes
The man said he was then
loaded into the trunk of a car
and driven back to Kampala.
The guards left him in the
trunk overnight, but he was tak-
en before Amin in the morning,
and released soon afterward.
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