Judgment call in Zimbabwe

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Harare - Zimbabwean students threatened to launch a protest campaign against alleged white racists yesterday as a white psychiatrist called for the former leaders of the country to be judged over their role in triggering the guerrilla war that led to independence. 'I want my Nuremberg,' A P Reeler wrote this week in the Financial Gazette, drawing a parallel with Nazi Germany.

'I do not want imprisonment or the death penalty, but I do want judgment.

I want to be free like the Germans . . . I want the traitor (former white-minority prime minister Ian) Smith to be remembered as such.' AFP

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