Guinea gained their independence from France in 1958
Hundreds of Guineas security forces came into a stadium with peaceful protesting and open fired on tens of thousands of people. They murdered 150 and thousands were injured and gang raped.
The HRW began to investigate the massacre and the UN and ICOI investigated. They concluded that crimes against humanity took place in Guinea and that they were premeditated and organized.
Guinean government found out that murder and rape occurred in the stadium during the massacre.
President Conde was the first leader democratically elected to the government of Guinea.
The judges moved from from a building shared with the police to the same area as the Court of Appeal.
The judges had to stop the investigation for a few months because they did not have enough basic supplies to conduct the investigation.
Judges learned that there might be additional mass grave sites
Colonel Moussa Tiegboro Camara became the highest level suspect.
The judges of the investigation brought charges against the acts of the massacre.
The Guinean government decided to deploy a judicial advisor to provide assistance to the panel of judges.