Masindi amok case
Date September 1929
Location(s) Masindi, Uganda Protectorate
Killed 8
Perpetrator Police officer

In September 1929 a native police officer killer eight people in Masindi, Uganda Protectorate, before being arrested. His victims were a police corporal, another policeman, an Indian, and five natives.[1][2][3][4]


  1. Black native ran amuck and killed eight people, The Dubois Morning Courier (September 23, 1929)
  2. Telegraphic Tabloids - London, Dunkirk Evening Observer (September 23, 1929)
  3. Man kills 8, The Tonawanda Evening News (September 23, 1929)
  4. Amokmaker doodt acht personen, De Telegraaf (October 23, 1929)
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