Tuesday, September 28, 2010


Source: The Liberian Dialogue

Because the following persons and individuals listed and named have committed some from of heinous crimes in the Liberia, members of the international community are asked to please refuse them entry and remove them from your coast if they are found to be residing there.

Thanks for supporting and upholding the rule of law and human rights.

1. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, President of the Republic Liberia
2. Randall Cooper
3. Ethelbert Cooper
4. Toga Mclntosh Gaywea
5. Jackson E. Doe
6. Dew Mason
7. Nyan Menten
8. Clarence Simpson
9. Byron Tarr
10. D. Bob Taylor
11. Harry Yuan
13. Isaac Nyenabo
14. Kabineh J’aneh, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Liberia
15. Archie Williams
16. Tonia King
17. J. Appollo Swen
18. Joe Gbala
19. Thomas Ziah
20. Maxwell Karba
21. Ignatius Clay
22. Vamba Kanneh
23. Valee Keita
24. Paul Mulbah
25. El Mohammed Sheriff
26. Kwame Fofana
27. Alieu Kosia
28. Albert S. Toe
29. Weade Kobbah Wureh
30. Octavious Walker
31. Lavala Supuwood
32. Tom Woewiyu
33. Tarnue Marwolo, Deputy Minister of Financial for Administration
34. James Chelly
35. Amos Lincoln
36. Noah Bororddolo
37. Edward Slangar
38. Tigae Wontee
39. Mohammed Joumande
40. Prince Sio
41. Abbas Kenneh
42. Morris Dolley
43. Aisha Konneh
44. Alhaji Sekou Fofana
45. Charles Bennie
46. Morris Jarbo
47. K.B.K. Sando
48. Kai Farlely
49. Joe Tuah
50. Grace Minor

For committing the most war crimes and crimes against humanity during the armed conflict in Liberia, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission has determined and designated the following persons as most notorious war criminals. Individuals so determined and designated are:

Prince Y. Johnson, Senator of Liberia
Moses Blah, Former Vice and President of Liberia
William Sumo
Mehnsayon Sayon
John Gbeto
Paulson Garteh
Augustine Zar
Joseph Kpeyon
Mateus Paily
Gen. Lawrence Guanuu
Jonathan Banney, Senator of Liberia
Albret Sumeh
Gen. Sampson
Christopher Vambo
Col. Joloka
Prince Nagbe
Pat Ran Kennedy
Abel S. Gbalah
Gen. Nally
Macdonald Tarpeh
Anthony Ponnie
Alfred Payne
Gen. Greene
Chris Davis
Col. Boy Tarley
John Guain
Michael Davis alias Sundaygar Dear-boy
CoCo Dennis
Peter Giah
Carsacar Group (NPFL) Joseph
Blood Sucker War Boss
Nuku Johnson
Red Devil
Mohammed Bar
(LPC) Superman
J.Y. NPFL delta force
Chinese Jabber Philip Kamlongar
LPC Debbah
(NPFL Marine) Fasue Gonkamue
Gen. Freeman
Sundaygar, Young Killer, Skinny
NPFL Mathew gio
NPFl Gen Gondah (Roland Ballout)
Citizen of Duo (single barrel) NPFL Unit
(NPFL) Mekamu Goweh, Saye Baoyou
(LPC) George pee Solo Garsnoo
Saah R. Gbollie, Representative of Liberia
Richard Flomo, Counsellor of the Liberian National Bar Association Jerry Riks
John Garan (Junior Garan)
Gen. Steven Wontoe
Gen Joe Tuah
David Daniel
Martina Johnson
Junior Mitchell
Gen. Fasue
George Dweh, Former Speaker of Liberia
Gen. Charles Julu
Augustine Nagbe, Gen. Gun Power
Marcus High Gray
J. Appollo Swen
Sando Johnson, Former Representative of Liberia
Joseph Marzah Alian Zigzag Marzarh
Kai Farley
Amos Barclay
Larry Murphy
Mike Tyson
Gen. Ofori Diah, alias Iron Jacket
George Warpo
Col. Zero-Zero
Peter Dahn
Co Kortor
Tommy B. Wongba
Peter Pewee, alias Gen. Katali
Gen. Erickson Bardio
Benjamin Yeatan, Former Director Special Security Service (SSS)
Roland Duo
Felix Washington
Moses Tailey
Co David
Siafa Norman
Sekou Donzo
Adolphus Dolo, Senator of Liberia
Mango Menlor
Melvin Sogbandi
Mark Guahn
Moses Thomas
Maj. Jerry Gban
Waheeb Saab
Maj. Harry Johnson
Zico Nah Darliah
Lieutenant Andrew Gaye
Arthur Nyenabo

Published this 15th day of July, A.D. 2009, by the Authority of the Association of Liberian Lawyers in the Americas Inc. {ALLA}.

Culled from Liberian lawyers.org
Source: http://Liberian lawyers.org

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Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish on its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid. – A Einstein

Drawing the line in Liberia

Crimes sponsored, committed, or masterminded by handful of individuals cannot be blamed upon an entire nationality. In this case, Liberians! The need for post-war justice is a step toward lasting peace, stability and prosperity for Liberia. Liberia needs a war crimes tribunal or some credible legal forum that is capable of dealing with atrocities perpetrated against defenseless men, women and children during the country's brutal war. Without justice, peace shall remain elusive and investment in Liberia will not produce the intended results. - Bernard Gbayee Goah

Men with unhealthy characters should not champion any noble cause

They pretend to advocate the cause of the people when their deeds in the dark mirror nothing else but EVIL!!
When evil and corrupt men try to champion a cause that is so noble … such cause, how noble it may be, becomes meaningless in the eyes of the people - Bernard Gbayee Goah.

If Liberia must move forward ...

If Liberia must move forward in order to claim its place as a civilized nation amongst world community of nations, come 2017 elections, Liberians must critically review the events of the past with honesty and objectivity. They must make a new commitment to seek lasting solutions. The track records of those who are presenting themselves as candidates for the position of "President of the Republic of Liberia" must be well examined. Liberians must be fair to themselves because results from the 2011 elections will determine the future of Liberia’s unborn generations to come - Bernard Gbayee Goah

Liberia's greatest problem!

While it is true that an individual may be held responsible for corruption and mismanagement of funds in government, the lack of proper system to work with may as well impede the process of ethical, managerial, and financial accountability - Bernard Gbayee Goah

What do I think should be done?

The situation in Liberia is Compound Complex and cannot be fixed unless the entire system of government is reinvented.
Liberia needs a workable but uncompromising system that will make the country an asylum free from abuse, and other forms of corruption.
Any attempt to institute the system mentioned above in the absence of rule of law is meaningless, and more detrimental to Liberia as a whole - Bernard Gbayee Goah

Liberia's Natural Resources
Besides land water and few other resources, most of Liberia’s dependable natural resources are not infinite, they are finite and therefore can be depleted.
Liberia’s gold, diamond, and other natural resources will not always be an available source of revenue generation for its people and its government. The need to invent a system in government that focuses on an alternative income generation method cannot be over emphasized at this point - Bernard Gbayee Goah

Liberia needs a proper system
If Liberians refuse to erect a proper system in place that promotes the minimization of corruption and mismanagement of public funds by government institutions, and individuals, there will come a time when the value of the entire country will be seen as a large valueless land suited on the west coast of Africa with some polluted bodies of waters and nothing else. To have no system in place in any country is to have no respect for rule of law. To have no respect for rule of law is to believe in lawlessness. And where there is lawlessness, there is always corruption - Bernard Gbayee Goah

Solving problems in the absence of war talks

As political instability continues to increase in Africa, it has become abundantly clear that military intervention as a primary remedy to peace is not a durable solution. Such intervention only increases insecurity and massive economic hardship. An existing example which could be a valuable lesson for Liberia is Great Britain, and the US war on terror for the purpose of global security. The use of arms whether in peace keeping, occupation, or invasion as a primary means of solving problem has yield only little results. Military intervention by any country as the only solution to problem solving will result into massive military spending, economic hardship, more fear, and animosity as well as increase insecurity. The alternative is learning how to solve problems in the absence of war talks. The objective of such alternative must be to provide real sustainable human security which cannot be achieved through military arm intervention, or aggression. In order to achieve results that will make the peaceful coexistence of all mankind possible, there must be a common ground for the stories of all sides to be heard. I believe there are always three sides to every story: Their side of the story, Our side of the story, and The truthBernard Gbayee Goah


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