Admiral Lanxade is intrinsically anti-Tutsi as shown by this note addressed to the President of the Republic on October 11, 1990
. He is linked to the perpetrators of the genocide. Writing later that, during Operation Amaryllis, "we had no information, then, on the start of massacres"
, he denies the evidence in order to dismiss the accusation of complicity with those who started a genocide in front of the French soldiers.
It should be remembered that this strategy of indirect support for those who carried out genocide was formulated by General Quesnot, special military advisor at the Presidency of the Republic, in a note on 6 May 1994
to President Mitterrand and by General Huchon, head of the Military Cooperation Mission, in his talks with Rwandan Colonel Ephrem Rwabalinda on 9 to 13 May 1994