Category Archives: Rule of Law

Convicting Tom Woewiyu won’t change the past: Says his lawyers

Convicting Tom Woewiyu won’t change the past: Says his lawyers by Jeremy Roebuck, Staff Writer  @jeremyrroebuck |  jroebuck@phillynews.com As his federal trial opened Tuesday, a prominent member of Delaware County’s Liberian community was cast by prosecutors as a war criminal who operated in the “highest

A NIGERIAN ARRESTED WITH COUNTERFEITS USD

                       A NIGERIAN ARRESTED WITH COUNTERFEITS USD Dweh Wilson writes A Nigerian believed to be in his forties was on Saturday, May 26, 2017 arrested by the Liberia National Police (LNP) in Dwazon, lower Margibi County on the RIA High-Way.

War crimes court petition surfaces in House plenary

         War crimes court petition surfaces in House plenary Dweh Wilson writes On Thursday, May 24, 2018, a petition calling for the establishment of war crimes court formed part of the agenda of the usual siting of

‘War Lords Will Be Celebrated No More’

‘War Lords Will Be Celebrated No More’ -says a lead campaigner for War Crimes Court in Liberia By Agnes M. Tarr One of the lead campaigners of “Citizens in action for the establishment of economic and war crimes court in

Sime Darby Risks International Lawsuit

Sime Darby Risks International Lawsuit By Agnes M. Tarr Montserrado County Electoral District No. three Representative, Hon. Saah Joseph, has threatened to take the management of Sime Darby Plantation to the International Court for what he termed as “atrocity against

CHANGE OF NAME

CHANGE OF NAME As of this day of publication, May 23, 2018, Abraham Wala Delleh of the Republic of Liberia has asked the Civil Law Court of Monrovia, Republic of Liberia for the change of his name, Abraham Wala Delleh

Government Must Establish an Economic and a War Crimes Court for Liberia

Government Must Establish an Economic and a War Crimes Court for Liberia On Tuesday, 9 May 2018, the grounds of the Capitol were filled with onlookers and by-passers when hundreds of Liberians stormed the Capitol Building in their quest to

Liberians Demand War Crimes Court: Petition Lawmakers

Liberians Demand War Crimes Court: Petition Lawmakers By Agnes M. Tarr The grounds of the Capitol on Tuesday, May 9, 2018 was seen with onlookers and by-passers when hundreds of Liberians stormed the Capitol Building in their quest to demand and

US 2017 Human Rights Report Says Police Carried Out Extrajudicial Killings

US 2017 Human Rights Report Condemns Government: Says Police Carried Out Extrajudicial Killings, etc. According to the United States 2017 Human Rights Report on Liberia, the most significant human rights issues included extrajudicial killings by police; police abuse, harassment, and intimidation

In Tyron Brown Murder Case-One suspect arrested, admits to committing the act

In Tyron Brown Murder Case-One suspect arrested, admits to committing the act The Liberian National Police has arrested a man in connection with the killing of a young Liberian broadcast Journalist, Tyron Brown. Tyron Browne, a videographer working with Super