(Newsweek) – Jessica Agutu spits through the gap between her two front teeth, then brings her son to her breast. “This baby has brought me problems,” she says. Agutu, in her early 30s, is one of many Ugandan women who bore children fathered by soldiers in the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), a guerrilla group that many compared to a cult, not without good reason. Led by mass murderer and self-styled religious prophet Joseph Kony, the group abducted and raped thousands of women from its formation in 1987 through the late 2000s.