John Garang
Sudan

[John Garang de Mabior (June 23, 1945 Ė July 30, 2005) was a Sudanese politician and rebel leader. From 1983 to 2005, he led the Sudan People's Liberation Army during the Second Sudanese Civil War, and following a peace agreement he briefly served as First Vice President of Sudan from January 2005 until he died in a July 2005 helicopter crash.]

See: Paul Kagame Yoweri Museveni

[2008] THE BLACK AFRICAN FALL GUYS  by Keith Harmon Snow


SPLA leader John Garang, right, flanked by deputy commander Salva Kiir Mayardit, answers a question during a press conference in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, on Jan. 8, 2005. The next day, Garang signed the peace agreement that ended 21 years of civil war. Garang died in a helicopter crash in July 2005. Kiir Mayardit is now president of Southern Sudan. (Thomas Mukoya/Reuters)

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SPLA leader John Garang received military training at the School of the Americas, Fort Benning, Georgia. Paul Kagame received training at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. At the time he was sent for training, Kagame was Museveniís director of military intelligence; upon his return he assumed command of the army created, financed and trained by Uganda: the Rwanda Patriotic Army.  Both Garang and Kagame likely received "counter-insurgency" training through the Pentagonís International Military Education and Training Program (IMET). Since 1998, the IMET program has provided training to 318 RDF and 291 UPDF soldiers. Many other IMET soldiers who attended the notorious School of the Americas are today known human rights violators in Latin America.
[2008 Dec] Merchants of Death: Exposing Corporate-financed Holocaust in AfricaWhite Collar War Crimes, Black African Fall Guys by Keith Harmon Snow