|Date of Transmission||2 July 1994|
|Name of Tape||RTLM/66|
|Source||U.S. State Department|
|Name of Translator||Léopold Furufuru|
|Date of Translation||24 October 1995|
|Original PDF | Full Transcript, in French|
R.T.L.M. Tape 0040—Extract
Speaker: Kantano HABIMANA, Journalist for R.T.L.M.
…So, where did all the Inkotanyi who used to telephone me go, eh? They must have been exterminated… Let us sing: “Come, let us rejoice: the Inkotanyi have been exterminated! Come dear friends, let us rejoice, the Good Lord is just!”
The Good Lord really is just, these evil doers, these terrorists, these people with suicidal tendencies will end up being exterminated. When I remember the number of corpses that I saw lying around in Nyamirambo yesterday alone; they had come to defend their Major who had just been killed. Some Inkotanyi also went to lock themselves up in the house of Mathias. They stayed there and could not find a way to get out, and now they are dying of hunger and some have been burnt.
However, the Inkotanyi are so wicked that even after one of them has been burnt and looks like a charred body, he will still try to take position behind his gun and shoot in all directions and afterwards he will treat himself, I don’t know with what medicine.
Many of them had been burnt, but they still managed to pull on the trigger with their feet and shoot. I do not know how they are created. I do not know. When you look at them, you wonder what kind of people they are. In any case, let us simply stand firm and exterminate them, so that our children and grandchildren do not hear that word “Inkotanyi ” ever again.