NH Woman Fears Being Deported For Genocide Will Be Death Sentence

Beatrice-MunyenyeziBy Staff Blogger

Beatrice Munyenyezi of Manchester, NH was denied her US Citizenship and will be sent back to Rwanda after a trial convicting her of lying about her role in the 1994 Rwanda genocide case. Prosecutors stated that she lied about her involvement to gain US Citizenship. For now she is back behind bars, where she has been for the last 22 months. Her first trial ended in a deadlocked jury.

Munyenyezi faces up to 10 years in prison and deportation for being convicted on two counts of lying about her role in the genocide. Her lawyers state that being sent back to Rwanda is a death sentence for her because they will kill her when she gets back there. Defense attorney David Ruoff says he and attorney Mark Howard plan on appealing her conviction to the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals. He stated that he doesn’t think she will be deported, even if she is released from prison before judgment on the appeal, until they have decided on how to rule for the appeal.

Munyenyezi came to the US in 1998 with her three daughters. She got a job working at the Manchester Housing Authority for $13 an hour. She got a mortgage, loans, and credit cards, and eventually filed for bankruptcy protection in 2008. Her children had been enrolled in a Catholic school.

The jury took five hours to deliberate on a verdict. She wept loudly when she heard the guilty verdict and her daughter was seen sobbing as she was leaving the court. Munyenyezi was convicted for using fraudulent methods to obtain her US citizenship and also her refugee status. Munyenyezi denied having any part of the Hutu militia party, which is the political party that ran the genocide. This trial focused more on the fraud and less on the violence she committed.

In 2011 Munyenyezi’s husband and his mother were convicted and sentenced to life in prison for war crimes of violence and crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Tribunal. They were both found to be high ranked members of the militia.

16 Responses to NH Woman Fears Being Deported For Genocide Will Be Death Sentence

  1. And now she is in America influencing dumb american negroes like Derrick that genociding our wayward teenage children is the answer to the black community’s crime problem and the fools listen!

  2. And she’s telling gullible american negroes she is descended from African royalty and that she was a Queen in her country and they believe it.

  3. How many of this evil sort entered the black american community over the last 30 years? I would imagine the numbers are in the hundreds of thousands. Bad apples and extreme evil started over taking the community about the time of their entry. The division started to. Africans genociding each other over tribal affiliations is something they love to do, and now they’re here dividing and destroying the black american tribe. Our leaders must not allow them to continue to influence our culture or listen to their evil rhetoric.

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