"War Nah Good" By Rev Andrew Momolu Diggs

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The American Warlord Guilty of Torture

Chucky Taylor, the bloodthirsty son of a former Liberian dictator, is currently the only American rotting in U.S. prison for torturing people abroad. read more

Judges reject warlord Charles Taylor call for jail transfer

Victoria Addison Taylor: Describes Her Husband's Jail Conditions Has "Humiliating"

THE HAGUE, Netherlands, Mar 26 – An international tribunal said Wednesday it had rejected a request from Liberian ex-president Charles Taylor to be allowed serve the remainder of his 50-year jail term for war crimes in an African jail.

In an interview with ProPublica, Christopher Vambo, a former lieutenant to Charles Taylor, acknowledged that the brutal 1992 killings might have happened under his command. read more

GARDNERSVILLE, Liberia — More than 20 years ago, a terrible crime bloodied this suburb of cinderblock homes, dirt-floor stores and lush green bush grass.

Five American nuns were killed when a vicious battle swept through the town during Liberia's civil war. The killers left their bodies burned and broken, rotting in the sun.

The deaths were numerically insignificant in a conflict that by its end in 2003 had left hundreds of thousands of Liberians dead. But the killings crystallized the horror of Liberia's long war for Westerners.

The Catholic Church, the U.S. Embassy and Liberia's Truth and Reconciliation Commission all investigated. All came to a similar conclusion:

The untold story of Firestone, Charles Taylor and the tragedy of� Liberia.

In the first detailed examination of the relationship between Firestone and Liberian warlord Charles Taylor, this ProPublica/Frontline investigation lays bare the role of a global corporation in a brutal African conflict

A joint reporting project by ProPublica and PBS Frontline, “Firestone and the Warlord” reached hundreds of thousands of viewers when it first aired Nov. 18. “Chilling,” Salon wrote. “Gripping,” said Fortune. “An example of the reason we bother to scrutinize history,” said the New York Times. The project provoked conversation and upset among American and Liberian officials, as well as everyday citizens in the African nation whose trail of tears has most recently included the deadly Ebola outbreak. Accompanying its Feb. 3 rebroadcast, we are offering another chance to read the story here. read more

Thomas D. Woewiyu: NPFL Minister Of Defense: ( Arrested In Philly, PA)

Jucontee Thomas Woewiyu has built a reputation as a family man, a business owner, and an active member of Delaware County's Liberian expatriate community in the four decades since he immigrated to this country. read more

Martina Johnson: Former NPFL Frontline Commander (Arrested in Belgian)

Martina Johnson, a former front line Commander of the National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) of Charles Taylor was arrested and indicted yesterday . read more

 

Alieu Kosiah: Former ULIMO Commander ( Arrsted In Switzerland)

The arrest of Alieu Kosiah, a former commander of the United Liberation Movement of Liberia for Democracy (ULIMO), a rebel group that fought against Charles Taylor’s National Patriotic Front for Liberia (NPFL) in Liberia's first civil war....read more

 

 

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