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DM2008061805:EAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:APR 1973 – Ugandans Flock To Public Executions – Fear shows clearly in the eyes of Sebastiano Namirundu (left) and Tom Masaba, two of the 12 alleged guerrillas executed. They bound them to trees first. Then they stripped them naked in front of 20,000 people. They dressed them in aprons – white aprons, easy to see from a distance. Then they shot them dead. And as they cut them down in the pouring rain, the bleeding bodies fell into the mud. Tom Masabe and Sebastiano Namirundu had seemed calm – or frozen with fear – before General Amin’s soldiers formed a firing squad in that soden-wet field at Mbale and carried out the public executions. (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA)

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