"When the gacaca started properly we took an inventory of the people who were living in the community, the people who were killed, the way they were killed and the people who saw it. We got a picture of the community.
"And whoever confessed would see their penalty reduced, because you cannot confess and still remain the same. You know, confessing is something that changes people. Some people confessed just to get a reduced sentence, but the community sees that and if they decide you are not telling the truth, your confession is not accepted.”