Name: Aloys Ndimbati
Alleged crime: ICTR prosecutors accuse Ndimbati of war crimes, genocide, and murder, extermination and other inhumane acts as crimes against humanity. Ndimbati is accused of playing a leading role in the systematic extermination of Tutsis at different places in Kibuye prefecture in 1994. Between 9 April and 30 June 1994, Ndimbati is accused of having participated in and being present at massacres of Tutsis throughout the Kibuye prefecture. In 1990, he was appointed mayor of the commune of Gisovu. In this capacity, he represented executive power at the communal level. He allegedly exercised his authority over his subordinates and had the power to requisition the communal police and the national gendarmerie. Furthermore, Ndimbati is alleged to have personally attacked and killed persons who had sought refuge in this region.
Court or Tribunal: ICTR (Rwanda): Court documents
Status: At large. Last known whereabouts
Country guide: Rwanda