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|March 31, 2010|
Human Rights Watch sent a team to investigate the previous massacre in February which left at least 320 dead . Witnesses say the number of dead could be twice that.
The NY Times reported that, according to witnesses, "most victims had been taken from their village, tied at the waist and forced into the jungle, often with enormous loads of looted food balanced on their heads. Along the way, fighters randomly selected captives to kill, usually by an ax blow to the back of the head."
"They only screamed once" said Jean Claude Singbatile, a high school student who spent 2 weeks in captivity and witnessed the killings.
The last time Cecelia Nendu saw her 3 sons they were bound with rope and being marched toward the brush.
"I think they are dead" she said.