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Joseph Serumaga, also known by the alias Samuel Mbazzi and by his nickname "The Devil of Gulu", is the main antagonist of the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode 'Hell".
He was portrayed by Mike Colter.
Joseph is a slender-yet well-built dark-skinned man who dresses in a blue shirt.
Powers and Abilities
Joseph is capable of holding a man against the wall with a cleaning mop.
Serumaga is a former soldier in the Lord's Resistance Army of Uganda responsible for killing thousands of people around the country and turning children into child soldiers and after burning a church with twelve people in it, he was known as The Devil of Gulu.
Serumaga was then wanted by the United Nations for war crimes and in an attempt to evade them, he hid out in New York City under the name Samuel Mbazzi, posing as a simple janitor and refugee, but his cover was ruined, however, when his former sex slave, Miriam Burdett, saw him and pointed him out to another former LRA soldier, Elijah Okello, who swore he would kill Serumaga for what he done to her.
However, while Okello went looking for him, Serumaga tracked down Miriam and slashed her throat in order to try and silence her, but he survived, ironically because he left her to freeze to death, and the cold air slowed down her blood flow enough to stop her from bleeding to death, but The Special Victims Unit soon found Mbazzi, and he was handed over to the United Nations' International Criminal Court to be tried for his crimes and was then imprisoned for the rest of his life.