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|There Can Be No Statue of Limitations To Atrocities Committed In Liberia||| Print ||
|Written by Bernard Gbayee Goah, , email@example.com|
|Thursday, 20 December 2012 00:07|
There can be no statue of limitations to atrocities committed in Liberia Written by Bernard Gbayee Goah
An estimation of more than two hundred thousand innocent people were killed, hundreds of thousands uprooted from their homes, and hundreds of thousands more displaced in foreign lands as a result of Liberia’s brutal war.
Atrocities committed in Liberia are so grave, personal experience of the war is not required to understand the magnitude of what took place. Youtube Recorded videos of the level of madness that visited this country, and how countless number of innocent people were raped, tortured, enslaved, and killed are so dehumanizing; there can be no statue of limitations.
Bernard Gbayee Goah,
|Last Updated on Friday, 21 December 2012 03:04|