From behind the walls of his prison cell in the US, Tom Woewiyu, a former Defense Minister for Charles Taylor’s NPRAG, paints perhaps the clearest picture yet that a series of recent events pointing to a war crimes tribunal for post-war Liberia may be within reach.
“Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who was one of the distinguished victims of the onslaught of the Doe regime, is now the President of the country and has been laboring to reconcile the nation ... ” – Jucontee Thomas Woewiyu
“In fact, it is the work of our detractors who want to see the party in disarray, we just had a teleconference with Ambassador Weah and Chairman Solo, we all spoke very well.” Mulbah Morlu Congress for Democratic Change
FrontPageAfrica has reliably learned that several Liberian government officials have fallen into a web of international sanctions and travel restrictions, a signal the Liberia’s perennial stepfather, the U.S. may be leaning toward a strong push for a war crimes tribunal here.
“My father was born and raised in Liberia and died a Liberian citizen, my mother was born and raised in Liberia and is a Liberia citizen. I was born and raised in Liberia and I am a Liberian citizen by birth, all the rights...” – Robert Alvin Sirleaf,