The welcoming committee watched in horror as their "liberators" drove the refugees off the boat, made them kneel on the embankment with their hands behind their heads, and executed over a hundred of them. Many were bludgeoned to death with rifle butts or clubs. A local priest saw AFDL [Kabila's army] soldiers kills an infant by beating its head against a concrete wall. In Mbandaka and another nearby town, Red Cross workers buried some nine hundred bodies. "The alliance fighters told us they only killed former soldiers guilty of mudering many Tutsi people in Rwanda", a Red Cross worker told another journalist. "Yet with my own hands I buried small children whose heads were crushed by rifle butts. Buried those poor little ones and women, too".
Excerpt from Dancing in the Glory of Monsters : The Collapse of the Congo and the Great War of Africa (Jason Sterns). Currently reading this new release (May 2011). The above quote recalls the horror of Kabila's advance backed by Kagame and Museveni's forces, which left carnage along the way. More quotes to come as I work my way through.