Man is killed by the police, his wife raped and also killed. He is labelled a criminal and terrorist, which sets public minds at ease. But a court case later finds the concerned officials guilty of murder. The government files charges against the officials, files affidavits in court saying the man was captured and wrongly killed in cold blood.
Then the head of that same government addresses a public meeting and, speaking of this dead man, asks his audience: "What should have been done to a man from whom arms were recovered, whom the police were searching for, who attacked the police?" The audience bellows, "Kill him! Kill him!" And the same head of the same government replies: "Well, that's it, then."
Question: Who was this head of government, and where did this happen?
A. Mobutu Sese Seko, Zaire
B. Idi Amin, Uganda
C. Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier, Haiti
D. Augusto Pinochet, Chile
E. Hendrik Verwoerd, South Africa