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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Jeannot Ahoussou
Mr. Ahoussou, the justice minister, told the AP that he was drawing up a list of ministers, generals and journalists to be charged with blood crimes, corruption and hate speech.
Jeannot Ahoussou announced on national television that the government had released nearly 70 of about 120 people arrested when fighters stormed the presidential residence where Mr. Gbagbo had dug in for a last stand after refusing to cede power to the internationally recognized president.