"War Nah Good" By Rev Andrew Momolu Diggs

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ULIMO-K Top Commander

Mohammed Jabbateh Rebel Commander For ULIMO-K
PHILADELPHIA – The United States Attorney in Philadelphia on Wednesday unsealed an indictment against 49-year-old East Lansdowne resident Mohammed Jabbateh, claiming that he was a Liberian war criminal known as “Jungle Jabbah.” He faces fraud and perjury charges stemming from his immigration to the United States in the late 1990s.

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

Liberia ex-warlord George Boley to be deported from US

George Boley: Warlord, LPC

Former Liberian rebel leader George Boley is to be deported from the US over his role in the West African country's civil war in the 1990s.

 

Is The United Nations Leaving Liberia Un-reconciled Into The Hands Of Those Who Did Liberians Harm Or Could Do Them Harm Again?

By the time UNMIL, the United Mission in Liberia, came to Liberia, at the height of international goodwill towards Liberia, former INPFL warlord Prince Johnson was just an irrelevant murderer who was accused of personally killing and torturing other human beings and engaging in sex slaves, His future and others like him was uncertain. However, under the protection and watchful eyes of the United Nations Mission in Liberia, Prince Johnson is now member of the Liberian senate, elected twice by his Nimbaian brothers and sisters.

Liberia's President Letter To The National Legislature Regarding The TRC Report Mis-directed?

On September 23, 2015, Monrovia-based newspaper, Frontpageafrica, reported that Liberia’s President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, in a letter to the Liberian Legislature, called for the implementation of the recommendations contained in the final report of the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission, or TRC. In her letter, the President asked the Legislature to setup a special Court.

Prosecutors: Delco man committed Liberian war atrocities

Ahaji GV Kromah's ULIMO-K: US Authorities Arrest Top Commander

The sign outside his Southwest Philadelphia overseas shipping business proclaims Mohammed Jabbateh to be "Professional. Reliable. Trusted." Federal authorities Wednesday offered another label to describe him: war criminal. In an indictment filed in U.S. District Court, prosecutors accused the 49-year-old East Lansdowne man of lying to U.S. immigration officials about his past as a rebel commander responsible for atrocities during Liberia's back-to-back civil wars.

FBI 'Closes in' on Former Liberian Rebel Commander - Reports

Benjamin Yeaten Was The Head Of Security Chiefs (Right Photo) During The Misrule Of Charles Taylor Known As The Enforcers

His boss, former president Charles Taylor is facing 50 years jail sentence in Great Britain after he was found culpable of "aiding and abetting" war crimes and crimes against humanity relating to the war in neighboring Sierra Leone. Yeaten has not been seen in public anywhere in Liberia or any West African nation since he escaped Liberia in 2003, the same year his former boss tendered in his resignation and turned over to his Vice President Moses Blah.

 

 

Issues/Opinions

Sinje Massacre, September 28, 1996. One of the most violent events recorded during the Liberian violence.

TRC Report Will Never Grow Old: Implementatation Always True Path To Genuine Reconciliation For Liberia

Many Say Liberian War Criminals Have Made The US Their Home

Charles Taylor Security Chiefs: Code Name Chief Enforcers: Some Are Said To Be Living In The USA.

 

 

 

 

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