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A report obtained by an American pastor, theologian, author, and singer, Pastor Paul Begley, indicate that there was an ambush on seven high-ranking US diplomats by the bodyguards of President Salva “Killer” in the South Sudanese capital, Juba, reported Nyamilepedia.
According to Pastor Begley’s video report below, this attempt on the US diplomats was well planned by the presidential guards to send tough warnings to the United States and her citizens.
Although this report did not gain media attention, a report of rapes and abuses on American citizens and aid workers, which also went unnoticed, became viral after the victims testified on BBC.
Begley wonders why the US diplomats are silent on such abuses and direct targeting of Americans in the South Sudanese capital by the presidential guards.
According to the State Department spokesman, John Kirby, who spoke to CNN on July 8th, one day after the incident, the United States was shocked that their vehicles were targeted but there was little they could do.
“We do not believe our vehicles and personnel were specifically targeted and have no indication that the security forces were instructed to fire on our vehicles. However, we condemn this attack on U.S. embassy personnel,” Kirby said.
The US diplomat condemned and called for an investigation on July 8th but on July 11th, 80 – 100 soldiers attacked Terrains hotels and committed gruesome atrocities against the US citizens and other aid workers.
A South Sudanese Journalist, John Gatluak, from the Nuer tribe who hide among his foreign friends and co-workers was shot six times for being a Nuer; women were raped and their property looted by a government militia trained and armed by the president. The diplomats once again condemned and call for more investigations.
Pastor Begley is also aware that “President Killer” bodyguards have massacred thousands of people from the minority tribes, specifically from the Opposition leader’s Nuer tribe in the capital, Juba, within the last two years.
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