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Rape, Genocide and a Cover-up: How Britain Tortured and Killed 300,000 Kenyans

In Kenya, the British would pour pepper into the genitals of women, crush the testicles of men, rip them off and make them eat the testicles, sodomise prisoners with bottles and brooms. By 1960, 300,000 Kikuyu were either unaccounted for or dead.

Rape, Genocide and a Cover-up: How Britain Tortured and Killed 300,000 Kenyans
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