Reading this article, chilled me to the bone. It's not what is said per se, it's the implication.
Obviously, these individuals were getting to close to the truth and in a position to expose it. What's odd, is that we know the truth and have done nothing about it. You would think that the Sudanese government would remain unworried, as the world has turned it's back, so to speak, for so long.
I look at what is happening here, think of our soldiers and think of how much we could offer here. I do understand how complicated the situation is. I understand how sending International troops could be misconstrued and that by using African troops makes more sense, but surely there is a way to design a mission, well articulated to the masses, that could prevent the potential backlash.
Not having officials there is worrying. Eyes and ears that can keep that government constrained, however slightly, are needed.
It will be an interesting story to follow.
I've posted this before, but it's an interesting site for those of you who are interested.