Michael Hourigan

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(War-crimes Investigator, lawyer)
Michael Hourigan
Died3 December 2013 (Age 56)
ExposedPaul Kagame
Interests • War crimes
• Rwanda
• Abu Ghraib
Australian lawyer who investigated abuse in the notorious Iraqi prison Abu Ghraib. child slavery in Romania and disproving the official narrative about Rwanda.

Michael Hourigan was an Australian lawyer. He investigated war crimes in Rwanda, abuse in the notorious Iraqi prison Abu Ghraib and child slavery in Romania.


He was internationally renowned for his human rights work [1] and especially for his International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTRC) authorised investigation into the April 1994 shooting down of the aircraft carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana and Burundian President Cyprien Ntaryamira which killed both of them together with eleven others and was the trigger for what has become known as the Rwanda Genocide. Hourigan's investigation proved that US supported and sponsored General Paul Kagame gave the order to shoot down the President's plane, but his evidence and findings were unwelcome by the US, suppressed by the ICTR and Michael Hourigan became a non-person. His passing went unreported in the Western commercially-controlled media. [2]


A Document by Michael Hourigan

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
File:Michael Hourigan Affidavit.pdfaffidavit8 March 2007Rwandan Genocide
Paul Kagame
Juvenal Habyarimana
Michael Hourigan was appointed by the ICTR to investigate the shooting down of the aircraft of Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana which triggered the Rwanda Genocide. This is his sworn affidavit blaming General Paul Kagame who subsequently became Rwandan President. It was comprehensively ignored and suppressed by the ICTR.

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  1. War crimes investigator and South Australian lawyer Michael Hourigan dies - The Adelaide Advertiser News 18 December 2013
  2. Michael Hourigan has died - Baraka Books website article 5 December 2013