World: Amin's Horror Chamber

I he most feared institution in Idi Amin's Uganda was the SRB, which was housed in a pink stucco, three-story building sandwiched between the President-for-Life's home and the Italian embassy in Kampala's tranquil diplomatic district. There the dread secret police carried out much of the torturing and killing that were a large part of Amin's style of rule. Abraham Kisuule-Minge, 27, an SRB officer for five years, fled in early April after helping a prisoner escape.

Interviewed in Nairobi by Terry Fincher, a British photojournalist, Kisuule-Minge offered a chilling account of just how Amin's...

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