A Delaware County man, who served throughout the ‘90s as a top lieutenant to Liberian warlord Charles Taylor and whose prosecution for U.S. immigration violations in 2018 drew headlines across the globe, died Sunday from complications related to the coronavirus. Jucontee Thomas Woewiyu, 74, of Collingdale had spent more than a week in Bryn Mawr Hospital battling the disease, family members said. Tributes 

Covid19 Kills Key Civil War Actor “Indictee” And NPFL Spokesman Woewiyu in USA

A Delaware County man, who served throughout the ‘90s as a top lieutenant to Liberian warlord Charles Taylor and whose prosecution for U.S. immigration violations in 2018 drew headlines across the globe, died Sunday from complications related to the coronavirus. Jucontee Thomas Woewiyu, 74, of Collingdale had spent more than a week in Bryn Mawr Hospital battling the disease, family members said. He leaves behind a complicated legacy as both a champion for democracy in his home country and one of the leading voices of the Liberian diaspora in the…

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