One of the key alleged suspects in the 1994 Rwanda Genocide, Ladislas Ntaganzwa, is now in Rwandan custody.
Ladislas, was handed over to Kigali by the Democratic Republic of Congo to face charges leveled against him by the UN for crimes against humanity and violating the Geneva Convention.
He was alleged to have participated in the mass killings of Tutsis and moderate Hutus during a bloody civil war that led to over 800,000 deaths. Ladislas was the mayor at the time of the genocide and was reported to have masterminded mass rape and violence against women.
His trial marks a watershed in unraveling the gory crimes of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.