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Why Paul Rusesabagina Matters for America

Today, the 67-year-old hero of the Rwandan genocide sits jailed in Kigali as a political prisoner. He is denied adequate medical attention and proper legal representation. 

Paul Rusesabagina receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom Award from President Bush in the East Room of the White House November 9, 2005. AP/Lawrence Jackson, file

Paul Rusesabagina receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom Award from President Bush in the East Room of the White House November 9, 2005. AP/Lawrence Jackson, file

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LESTER MUNSON

Friday, February 25, 2022

06:48:39 am

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LESTER MUNSON

Mr. Munson is a Principal at BGR Group, adjunct faculty at Johns Hopkins University, and host of the weekly foreign policy podcast "Fault Lines." He was Staff Director of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee.

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