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A Rwandan man wanted for his alleged role in his country’s 1994 genocide was apprehended in northeastern Maine last week after illegally crossing the U.S.-Canadian border.
Jean Leonard Teganya was arrested August 3 after a local resident of Houlton, Maine reported a “suspicious person” walking in the woods near the Canadian border, according to a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) press release.
A Border Patrol agent took the 42-year-old Teganya into custody. While processing him for illegal entry into the U.S., he discovered that Canada had issued a warrant for Teganya’s deportation to Rwanda for alleged violation of human rights under the Crimes against Humanity and the War Crimes Acts.