We gather here today to call upon the United Nations Security Council to come up with a resolution establishing a war and economic crimes court to appease the victims of war crimes. The wasting of over 250,000 lives out of savagery by heartless men and women should not go in vain. Let this part of the world taste international justice for the dead to rest in peace. Therefore, we demand the establishment of a War and Economic Crimes Court in Liberia as it was done in the case of the sister Republic of Sierra Leone. News 

War Crimes Court Advocates Arrested Then Released By Police

  Emmanuel Savice, a campaigner for the establishment of a war crimes tribunal in Liberia, on March 3rd suffered the wrath of officers of the Executive Protection Service (EPS, also known as the presidential guard) and the Liberia National Police. Reports have it that Savice and some of his strong supporters, including former Montserrado Electoral District #9 Representative candidate, Fubbi Henries and former Ulimo J. general, Pasty Joshua Milton Blahyi (formerly known by his wartime alias, ‘General Butt Naked’) were pursued from the grounds of the Capitol by some EPS…

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We gather here today to call upon the United Nations Security Council to come up with a resolution establishing a war and economic crimes court to appease the victims of war crimes. The wasting of over 250,000 lives out of savagery by heartless men and women should not go in vain. Let this part of the world taste international justice for the dead to rest in peace. Therefore, we demand the establishment of a War and Economic Crimes Court in Liberia as it was done in the case of the sister Republic of Sierra Leone. Op-ed 

LUJA: An Imperative For War and Economic Crimes Court For Liberia

RELEASE–Petition For A War And Economic Crime Court In Liberia______ Your Excellencies: The Embassy of the United States of America, The United Nations, The EU, The ECOWAS Commission, The African Union, The Mano River Union, The Liberian Press, and Media Institutions. With urgency, the Liberians United for Accountability and Justice presents its profound compliments on behalf of the “Movement For War And Economic Crimes Court” a group vigorously committed for the establishment of the WAR CRIMES COURT in Liberia for the sole purpose of finally ending the perennial cycle of…

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During the Legislative conference, Professor Olympia Beko, head of the international criminal justice unit of the human rights law centre, University of Nottingham, and David Scheffer, first U.S. Ambassador at Large for War Crimes Issues (1997-2001), will provide expert advice to members of the Legislature and Liberian stakeholders working on the Draft Act to Establish an Extraordinary Tribunal for War and Economic Crimes for Liberia via video-conference. Op-ed 

Emmanuel Savice: We can not afford to let these murderers go free with impunity!

By Emmanuel Savice As a kid growing up, I knew nothing about violence. I lived in a peaceful country (Liberia), where our parents had little opportunities to provide for the family. As little the opportunities were, they took advantage of it. They fed us with their sweat. They went fishing, hunting and they were happy to work as cooks, house cleaners and securities for the powers that be. Out of that peanut income, they managed to provide life basic necessities for their children. It was never the most decent homes,…

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