I am prepared to face the War Crime Court – Senator Prince Y. Johnson


As the debate for the establishment of a War and Economic Crime court in Liberia intensifies in Liberia, former INPFL rebel leader now Nimba County Senator Prince Y. Johnson has assured Liberians his preparedness to face the war crime court if one is set up in Liberia. The senior Senator of Nimba has always described the calls for a war crime court in Liberia as Fiasco but speaking recently on a local radio show in Monrovia Senator Prince Y. Johnson said he is open to fair and impartial investigation.

‘’I am not afraid of any war crime tribunal intended to trial perpetrators of the brutal civil war in our country” he said.

Senator Johnson However call for the inclusion of the war Financier naming Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and an unnamed former official of the United States of America Embassy as one of the collaborators that supplied the Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL) with military equipment during the senseless and brutal civil war that claimed the lives of over 250000 Liberians.

Prince Johnson recent statement has sparked up debates among Liberians across the country. Speaking on the Matter on Carey Street in Monrovia, many tea shop patricians said the senator mastered the courage to face the War Crime court because former President Laurent Gbagbo was released for lack of evidence in the case brought against him to the Internal criminal Court for election violence that led to a civil war in neighboring Ivory Coast.