In this photo, Shari Eppel, director of the Solidarity Peace Trust, holds bones of Julius Mvulo Nyathi in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Eppel said he died in 1984,"when the Fifth Brigade was deployed in Matabeleland South. ... We heard that his arms and ankles were tied with wire and he was severely beaten by the Fifth Brigade, soldiers who came in uniforms with red berets and they accused him of being a dissident. ... He also had burning plastic dripped onto his legs and he was then dragged away.