On February 4, 2021, a Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) found Dominic Ongwen guilty of 61 crimes against humanity and war crimes. As a press release from the Court explains, the conviction is in relation to acts committed in Northern Uganda between July 2002 and December 2005. Specifically, the "crimes were committed in the context of the armed rebellion of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) against the government of Uganda" due to a perception on the part of the LRA that the citizens of Northern Uganda were aligned with the government. Ongwen was found to bear full responsibility for all the crimes at issue. The ICC Chamber will next impose a sentence for his conviction. Ongwen has thirty days to appeal the judgment. A summary of the 1000+ page judgment is available here.