Agnes Reeves Taylor vs The Truth

Agnes Reeves Taylor vs The Truth On July 27, 2020, Agnes Reeves Taylor, who recently left the United Kingdom (UK), held a press conference in Monrovia, Liberia, during which she spoke in great detail about her incarceration and the torture case against her in the UK. Ms Reeves Taylor stated that the purpose of the press conference […]

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Legislative Conference Brings Liberia Closer to the Establishment of a War Crimes Court

Legislative Conference Brings Liberia Closer to the Establishment of a War Crimes Court On 18-19 July 2019 various Liberian stakeholders and international experts assembled in Monrovia for a historic Legislative Conference on Accountability for Past Crimes in Liberia. The Legislative Conference was organized as a collaboration between the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom, […]

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Liberia: 76 Groups Seek Justice For War Crimes

Liberia: 76 Groups Seek Justice For War Crimes Submission to UN Human Rights Committee Focuses on Accountability The Liberian government should undertake fair and credible prosecutions of international crimes committed during its two civil wars, 76 Liberian, African, and international nongovernmental organizations said in a submission to the United Nations Human Rights Committee released today. […]

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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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Ex-Wife of Charles Taylor Charged with Torture, Arrested in London

Ex-Wife of Charles Taylor Charged with Torture, Arrested in London Today the Metropolitan Police Service charged Agnes Taylor with torture for her alleged involvement with atrocities committed by Charles Taylor’s rebel group, the National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL), during the first Liberian Civil War. Charles Taylor, who brought civil war to Liberia with the […]

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Former Liberian ULIMO Rebel Commander Arrested in Switzerland for Alleged War Crimes

Former Liberian ULIMO Rebel Commander Arrested in Switzerland for Alleged War Crimes Second arrest in Europe within weeks for war crimes allegedly committed during the 1st Liberian civil war (1989-1996). 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 […]

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