The National Program Director of the Foundation for International Dignity (FIND) Aaron G.V. Juakollie says Nimba County Senator Prince Johnson and others who committed crimes against humanity should be brought to justice.
Mr. Juakollie said that it will only be done when the war crimes court is established to ensure justice.
He said it is good that those who supported the war be brought to justice adding that it will pave the way for reconciliation and developments.
He alleged that Senator Johnson violated their rights during the civil war by tying them and abusing others in Palala.
The FIND Program boss said such atrocities should be paid for by facing the war crimes court when it is established in Liberia.
Liberia seems to be caught between the rock and high places as the post-war nation is being pushed to stem out impunity and deliver justice for victims of crimes against humanity.
After 14 years of bloody civil war that saw many young people drugged and armed with AK-47, RPGs and other deadly weapons to kill innocent civilians, mainly women, children and elderly people in the name of so-called liberation, calls for those who bear the greatest responsibility for the heinous atrocities committed across this country is becoming louder and louder by the day.
The Bong County base human right advocate wants key actors during the darkest period of our nation’s history to account for their heartless deeds against fellow countrymen.
He stated that Justice is surely the platform on which lasting peace should be built rather than impunity in the country.
Mr. Suakollie at the same time said if the Country much develops than the issue of bringing the war and economic crime court much be at the heart of President George Manneh Weah.
The Bong County human right advocate has allegedly attributed the massive killing of Liberians across the country due to a weak justice system.