A court in The Netherlands this week ruled to extradite to Rwanda yet another fugitive who is being pursued for his role in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. The suspect, who was a former senior military officer in the Genocidal regime, has been living in the European country since 1998 and is said to have acquired citizenship there in 2004. This gave him a perfect cover to avoid capture for over two decades. The Netherlands is one of the countries have been forthcoming in bringing to book persons responsible for the death of over a million innocent lives. Some have been extradited, others were domestically tried and convicted, which is a commendable move. However, several others remain at large, many of them using the Schengen border control system that gives residents of EU member states – including The Netherlands – unfretted access to all countries within the sub region. This has allowed many of them to criss-cross between these countries, some if not most of them have actually shown little interest in pursuing these mass murderers. This has not only abetted a pervasive evasion of justice but also provided the same mass murderers a window to continue propagating the genocide ideology and misleading the world on the events that took place in Rwanda 28 years ago. Europe has over the years been the cradle of these masterminds of the Genocide masterminds who have even often times use this freedom to mobilise and raise funds for evil enterprises aimed at attacking Rwanda to finish the work they left unfinished back in 1994. In the same breath, countries that have done nothing to ensure genocide fugitives are brought to book, including the United Kingdom, should take cue and make sure survivors of the Genocide who have waited for nearly three decades get justice for their loved ones who were killed.