Sudan’s government has started violently cracking down on civilian protesters.Omar Bashir, the dictator who ruled for 30 years finally stepped down, it was decided that Sudan would have a transitional government for 2 years led by the transitional military council. The people of Sudan have been peacefully protesting this, until last week when Rapid Support Forces attacked and killed demonstrators. The New York Times reported on Sunday, June 9 that violent backlash in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, against pro democracy civilian protesters. Last week the governments death toll is already at 62. While protesters say 118. According to the report, several protesters were shot and women sexually assaulted. A near total government blackout of internet and cell service has made the spread of information difficult.