‘Jungle Jabbah’ was accused of cannibalism and other horrors in Liberia. How a U.S. court brought him to justice
The sin we can do that will not just go. This is proved once again to the criminal, in the case of who had killed hundreds of civilians in the Liberia civil war, and fled to the United States. Commander Mohammad Jabbathe (51) belongs to a terrorist organization, American officials who retrieved the past of him and pulled him back to the lenses. Even the judges also shocked on heard the statements made by his victims during the trial.
In front of judges a women (60) who attended the trial from Liberia, said that ‘Mohammed Jabbateh, who was known as Jungle Jabbah and his soldiers attacked our town in 1991. They killed my husband along with my husband brother. Later he ordered me to cook my husband and my husband brother’s heart to be eaten’ and she cried. She said that one of his soldier tell me that ‘Get courage’. Start cooking immediately, if not Jabbateh will kill you along with me also.
Jabbathe, a terrorist organization member from Liberia, was the most brutal. His soldiers killed the massacre of hundreds of civilians during the civil war between 1991 and 1998. He change the children into soldiers, and he did murders and public outcry. Jabbathe, who later fled to the United States in 1998, was married and settled as a businessman in Philadelphia. But before his arrival in the United States, his crime history was not revealed to the Jabbathe officials.
“Jungle Jabbah” was accused of cannibalism and other horrors in Liberia. How a U.S. court brought him to justice. https://t.co/2ogS3PMAdW
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The Homeland security officers who detected Jabbathe in 2013 had tried hard to introduce victims of the carnage as witnesses. Jabbathe was convicted in October last year in the case of illegally entering to the United States. Jabbathe has been likely to imprisonment for up to 30 years in the case of violations of American laws and will soon send him back to his home town, officials said. The court will announce the sentence to Jabbathe on Thursday in this case.