A companion, Fred Wamala, pointed to the grassy field below: “Those soldiers, they used to bring people here. Especially they would catch young girls, girls of 12, 14. Then they raped them, and when they finished, they threw them off the roof.”
The evidence was clearly visible: skulls, small piles of human bones, bits of rotting clothes, the twisted wire that bound the victims’ wrists.
—  Robert Caputo
Uganda: Land Beyond Sorrow
April, 1988