Thomas Woewiyu dies of COVID-19 whilst awaiting sentencing

Thomas Woewiyu dies of COVID-19 whilst awaiting sentencing Thomas Jucontee Woewiyu, former Minister of Defense and Spokesman of the National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) during the First Liberian Civil War, died yesterday, April 12, of COVID-19 after a week of treatment at the Bryn Mawr Hospital in Philadelphia, U.S. The news was announced by FrontPage Africa and confirmed […]

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L’Afrique de L’Ouest : Un Momentum Pour la Justice

Woewiyu’s Trial Beginning: The Momentum for Justice in West Africa Liberian Rebel Faction’s Defense Minister & Spokesman Faces Trial in the United States Jucontee Thomas Woewiyu faces justice beginning this Monday June 11th, 2018, in Philadelphia. This marks the first-ever trial of someone who held a ministerial position with a major rebel faction during Liberia’s […]

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Liberian Warlord “Jungle Jabbah” Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison in Milestone for Global Justice

Press Release Liberian Warlord “Jungle Jabbah” Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison in Milestone for Global Justice Mohammed Jabbateh, the Liberian warlord known as “Jungle Jabbah”, was sentenced today to 30 years in prison, culminating a landmark case in the United States and marking a long-overdue milestone for justice in Liberia. Thirty years is the […]

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Warlord Jungle Jabbah’s sentencing and further trials for alleged Liberian war criminals set for 2018

Warlord Jungle Jabbah’s sentencing and further trials for alleged Liberian war criminals set for 2018 The former Liberian rebel commander Mohammed Jabbateh aka Jungle Jabbah will be sentenced by a judge in Philadelphia on 07 February 2018. Trials of other alleged Liberian war criminals have been scheduled for 2018. Jungle Jabbah faced trial in Philadelphia […]

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US Court finds Liberian Rebel Commander “Jungle Jabbah” Guilty of Crimes Linked to Atrocities in Liberia’s First Civil War

US Court finds Liberian Rebel Commander “Jungle Jabbah” Guilty of Crimes Linked to Atrocities in Liberia’s First Civil War PHILADELPHIA – On 18 October 2017 a jury of 12 in a U.S. Federal Courthouse found former Liberian rebel commander Mohammed Jabbateh, aka “Jungle Jabbah,” guilty of two counts of fraud and two counts of perjury […]

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Trial of Pennsylvania Resident and Alleged Liberian War Criminal Jabbateh “Jungle Jabbah” Set to Begin in Philadelphia October 2, 2017

Trial of Pennsylvania Resident and Alleged Liberian War Criminal Jabbateh “Jungle Jabbah” Set to Begin in Philadelphia October 2, 2017 Victims and Witnesses of War Crimes Who Seek Justice and Accountability Will TestifyAgainst Alleged War Criminal in Immigration Fraud Case; Philadelphia, PA – The U.S. Government’s immigration fraud case against Liberian citizen, Pennsylvania resident and […]

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