Idi Amin's regime was a reign of terror which claimed nearly half a million people. The Monitor's Siraje K. Lubwama and Halima Abdallah compiled some of the prominent victims.
Jimmy Parma a photographer with the Voice of Uganda was murdered after he took pictures of Bloch's body. His body was found riddled with bullets and lacerated by knife wounds.
Col. Isaac Maliyamungu
Ms Theresa Nanziri Bukeny; Warden of Africa Hall, Makerere University.
Benedict Kiwanuka; Democratic Party leader, first Prime minister of Uganda and Chief Justice at the time of his death. Kiwanuka had angered Amin by releasing a European, for lack of evidence, on the ridiculous charge of stealing a telephone directory from a hotel.
Janan Luwum; Anglican Archbishop
Alex Ojera; Obote's Minister of Information.
Francis Walugembe; Kabaka's Minister of Natural Resources and former Mayor Masaka under Obote.
Mrs Pierino Okoya
Ahmed Oduka; bandmaster in the police.
N. Stroh; American Journalist.
R. Seidle lecturer; Makerere University,
Michael Kaggwa; President of Industrial court.
Frank Kalimuzo; Vice Chancellor of Makerere
John Kalema; Obote's Minister of Commerce and Industry.
Basil Bataringaya; Obote's Minister of Internal Affairs
N. Bananuka; UPC Secretary of Ankole district.
Dr. F.G Ssembeguya; Member of Parliament
Joseph Mubiru; Governor Bank of Uganda.
L. Ssebanakitta; Kabaka's right hand man and Principal Chief in Buganda.
Godfrey Kiggala; Foreign Service official -murdered presumably because of an affair with one of Amin's secret mistress
Fabian Okware; Commissioner of Prisons under Obote, Amin's Minister of Agriculture.
Mohammed Hassan; Chief of CID under Obote
Brig. Hussein; Deputy to Amin at the time of coup
Ms. Edith Bataringaya; Wife of Basil Bataringaya murdered three years after her husband.
Fr. Clement Kiggundu; Editor of Muno newspaper.
Professor Emiru; Government Consultant physician.
'Jolly Joe' J.W. Kiwanuka. Journalist, MP and former president of Uganda National Congress
Tidhimulala; Corporation Secretary of the National Insurance Corporation.
Shaban Nkutu; Obote's minister of Works
Picho Ali; Obote's Secretary of Research
John Kakonge; Minister of Agriculture in Obote's government
Henry Kagoda; Commissioner
Martin Okello; DP Member of Parliament
Bryon Kawadwa; Playwright, Artiste and director of National Theater
James Bwogi; Director UTV
E.W. Nakubinge; Mayor Kampala
Henry Berunga; Regional Director of East African Railways
Patrick Ruhinda; Barrister
Peter Oketta; Asst. Commissioner of Prisons
Martin Rubanga; Secretary Defence
Leonard Kigonya; Commissioner of Prisons
Lt. Col. Lugonya; Uganda Army H.Q.
Elizabeth Mawagi; Lawyer
David Ocaya; Corporation Secretary, Lint Marketing Board
M. Omuge; UTV
Augustine Kamya; Founder of the National Movement that organized the economic boycott of the late 1950s
Lt. Col. Abwola; Uganda Army
James Ochola; Obote's Minister for Local Government
Joshua Wakholi; Obote's minister public service
Haji Ali Kisekka; Pioneer Journalist, Deputy Minister in the East African Community
Anil Clerk; Lawyer
Dr. G. Ebine; Physician
Michael Ondonga; Foreign Minister in Amin's Government
Brig. Charles Arube; Sandhusrt trained officer from Kakwa tribe
Capt. Sam Aswa; Radio Journalist
Lt. Col. Valentine Ochima; Amin's ADC
Norah Amin; Divorced Langi
Kay Adroa Amin; Divorced wife and blood relative to Amin
Brig. Smutts Guwedeko; Alleged compliance in Okoya murder
Lt. Col. Toloko; Close confidant of Amin, alleged to have masterminded several murders
Capt. Avudria; Uganda Army.