Waiting for justice on Martina Johnson’s alleged war crimes in Liberia

Martina Johnson was allegedly involved in mutilations and mass killings during the first Liberian Civil War. Thirty years later, Johnson has yet to stand trial.  In October 1992, the National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) forced hundreds of mostly intoxicated child soldiers to attack Liberia’s Capital Monrovia. They were part of “Operation Octopus”, a four-month-long […]

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Martina Johnson, ancienne commandante libérienne du NPFL, arrêtée et inculpée en Belgique pour crimes de guerre et crimes contre l’humanité

Martina Johnson, Former Liberian NPFLRebel Commander, Arrested And Indicted In Belgium For Alleged War Crimes And Crimes Against Humanity First arrest ever for war crimes and crimes against humanity allegedly committedduring the 1st Liberian civil war (1989-1996). Martina Johnson, a former front line Commander of the National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) of Charles Taylor […]

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