I've got an interview with a woman who survived the slaughtering as a kid (from the Belgian the radio in French). A shocking report. Please contact me if you want a copy.
From the page: "Piles of bones, the outline of the body they once supported still defined by the ragged remnants of their clothing, lay where they came to rest, tossed, strewn about by the force of the blast, the bullet, the thrust of the spear, blow of the club, swipe of the machete. Again and again and again the machete."