This report confirms the presence, at the time of the April 6, 1994 attack, of Warrant Officer Claude Ray, assigned to the FAR headquarters. It testifies to a strong resentment of the French soldiers with regard to their Belgian counterparts, peacekeepers in the UNAMIR. It confirms the testimony of Belgians who, telephoning the French Embassy after the attack on the presidential plane, heard that it was Belgians who had shot him down. That Warrant Officer Ray stayed at Lieutenant-Colonel Maurin's house to ensure the safety of his family shows their closeness but leaves one doubtful. What could this family fear? The accusation against the Belgian blue helmets stationed in Kicukiro is baseless. The story of this vehicle carrying two Belgians, a mortar and members of the RPF is totally implausible. The Belgian Blue Helmets lost 10 men sent to provide security for the Prime Minister who were lynched in Camp Kigali.