Written by Bernard Gbayee Goah
Her Excellency Madam Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is a high-level war crimes suspect.
It is established that Madam Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf financed, advocated for, and as well gave orders to Charles Taylor's NPFL rebel organization that was criminal in nature, resulting in heinous crimes being committed.
It is suggested that Madam Sirleaf was not only an opinion leader but also a founding member of a Joint Criminal Enterprise the NPFL. That is why after reviewing all the evidence, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Liberia felt it necessary to recommend that Madam Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf be banned from public office for no less than 30 years. This is a clear indication of the extent of her involvement in the carnage. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf's incredulity in the face of mounting evidence is incomprehensible.
The presence of Madam Sirleaf and other warlords in government makes it impossible for Liberia's justice system to function properly.
s 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