FILE---In this file photo of Thursday June, 6, 2013, Mau Mau veterans listen at a press conference announcing a settlement in their legal case for compensation against the British Gover

 

              FILE---In this file photo of Thursday June, 6, 2013, Mau Mau veterans listen at a press conference announcing a settlement in their legal case for compensation against the British Gover
FILE---In this file photo of Thursday June, 6, 2013, Mau Mau veterans listen at a press conference announcing a settlement in their legal case for compensation against the British Government, in Nairobi, Kenya . As some 5,200 Kenyans wait to get paid by Britain for colonial-era acts of torture, herdsmen from Kenya's Samburu and Maasai tribes who once benefited from similar payments have some advice: Don't squander the money like we did. Some of the herdsmen embraced polygamy, others bought new cars they did not know how to drive. Eleven years later, the Kenyan tribesmen compensated by Britain —as the victims of explosives left behind by British soldiers in training— say they regret their failure to spend the cash responsibly. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)/File