Published July 6, 2016

The 'Shoot to Kill’ Policy: In pursuit of the truth 

The story of Botswana’s brutality

Botswana Government has adopted an unwritten policy of executing suspected wildlife poachers, clearly contravening the international human rights law. As a result of the policy over 30 alleged poachers from Namibia have been killed since 1990 without an opportunity of a fair trail.
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