Rwanda: From ministers to exiles
9 April 2014 Last updated at 17:00 BST
After the killing of more than 800,000 people in just 100 days in Rwanda in 1994, the United Nations created an international tribunal to try the suspected masterminds of the genocide.
To date, the Arusha-based court has tried more than 70 people, and found 14 of them not guilty.
Though they have been cleared, they have nowhere to go. It is the first time they have spoken to any media since being indicted in the 1990s.
The BBC's Anne Soy travelled under UN police escort to meet them.