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Subject: SLPP SUCCESSES:THE RETURN OF WATER WELLS AND HURRICANE LAMPS
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THE RETURN OF WATER WELLS AND HURRICANE LAMPS
To bore water wells in any given national capital, especially in this 21st Century, can only be associated with socio-economic retardation and a total absence of progressive thinking.
The point must be emphasized that a country which in 1956 could boast of pipe-borne water supply in places like Bo, Makeni, Kenema, Moyamba, Magburaka, Pujehun, Koidu and a host of other provincial towns should now be seen to be depending on the digging of water wells to provide water for the citizens, but more shamefully in the capital city.
That Sierra Leoneans are still celebrating the idea that the government has introduced a project to bore water wells for people who inhabit the national capital is totally an unacceptable development, infact, it is non-development.
Water wells should be seen as a thing of the past and that the Guma Valley Water Company, which was deliberately set up to provide pipe-borne water to the citizens of Freetown, should not associate itself with the retrogressive development which has seen citizens of the national capital being brought down to the level of the dark ages.
If the Guma Valley Water Company is unable to put in place modalities to modernize the water supply system in the national capital and its environs, then of course, steps must be taken to contract more progressive companies from abroad to come to this country and modernize the water supply system.
Sierra Leone is not short of water, infact, some geographers hold the view that in terms of water availability per square mile, Sierra Leone has the highest river density in the Diaspora.
Sierra Leone is a tropical country and even in the debate about global warming, this country still has a rainfall regime that ensures that for close to five months, Sierra Leone benefits from ample precipitation.
The problem with water supply for the consumption of the people therefore cannot be a shortage of water itself, it can only be associated with the clumsiness of those in charge to harness the water for proper distribution to members of the community.
It is this lack of capacity to harness water for the utilization of the citizenry that has forced the Sierra Leone people to revert to the old days of using water wells instead of pipe borne water.
Even in the national capital, where everybody expected that if development must be seen to be taking place in Sierra Leone, such development should be associated with the availability of utilities, including a modern water supply system.
We sadly have reverted to the days of the water well and this retardation can only be associated with the fact that Sierra Leone has not developed since independence, 46 years ago.
A Welsh citizen who worked in the colonial service in Sierra Leone in the fifties and sixties and who returned to his native Cardiff and boasted that he had just returned from a country that was on the verge of a massive economic take off, complained to this writer thirty years later and actually shed tears when he said, “I have been reading the papers, you people are not doing well at all and this is sad for a country with all the resources at its disposal.”
Sierra Leone is not doing well at all in many areas and nobody can hoodwink the ordinary citizen that statistics relating to microeconomic and macroeconomic successes are themselves an indication that the standard of living of the citizens has improved.
How can it be said that the standard of living of the citizen has improved when the same citizen, who had access to pipe-borne water twenty years ago, must now clap, dance, sing and celebrate the introduction of bore holes to provide water for people who have been classified as the poorest in the world?
Like it has been stated in the case of water and the lack of capacity to take water to the ordinary citizen in a more civilized manner, the problems buffeting the citizens who have been compelled and condemned to sleep in a state of darkness due to persistent power cuts is sing song which every citizen is already aware of.
That the ordinary citizen who even at independence, 46 years ago, had access to electricity even if he was residing in Kabala or Pujehun to sit down in his house at night, relying on the glow of a hurricane lamp which his great grandfather used thirty years earlier, can only be seen as a curse to the people of this country.
It is most unacceptable that the issue of electricity continues to be a topic for political tomfoolery as the citizens are persistently misled into believing that the availability of electricity is just around the corner, when infact the people continue to sleep in complete darkness as the well to do must provide their own personal electricity in a country populated by Chinese and Japanese generators.
High profiled press conferences about the future of Bumbuna and how the standard of living of the citizen would be enhanced by the completion of the Bumbuna Hydro Electric Project took place as far back as ten years ago when Ministers assured the media that electricity was just around the corner.
There was no electricity around the corner as the people continue to sleep in darkness, praying to their Gods for better days to come, but even those better days are still not here.
High profiled statements about the possibility of harnessing electricity from the Bikongor falls in the Kono District were made by very influential government officials as everybody went home clapping and nodding their heads positively, murmuring that the messiahs of progress had arrived at last.
But no messiahs have arrived as one only needsto go to Bikongor in the Kono District to discover that the Bikongor falls still remain as they were one hundred years ago without any productive human intervention.
The talk about the South Africans swiftly intervening in Sierra Leone to save the suffering Sierra Leoneans from the plague of blackouts was a message that also caused many Sierra Leoneans to run to their Churches and Mosques to pray that such a beautiful idea came to fruition.
But the status of that project which was supposed to be undertaken by the South Africans, a long time ago, remains cloudy as Sierra Leoneans continue to sleep in darkness surrounded by waterfalls and rapids.
A recent visit to Kenema by this writer got him jolted to the realization that Kenema, which was known to be the only safe haven in terms of electricity availability in Sierra Leone, was in itself now engulfed in a state of darkness and the same thing was true for neighboring Sweet Bo.
The explanation given about the non-functioning of the Dodo Hydro Electric Project was associated with repair works being done to that hydro electric system and therefore Kenema and Bo residents had been brought to the pitiful level of their compatriots in other parts of Sierra Leone only reminds this writer of what the former SRSG, Daudi Mwakawogo, asked in a very innocent tone, “where are the emergency backups?”
In any given country where state administration is handled in a serious and civilized manner, there must be a system of backups to handle cases of emergency.
If the power generating facility in London collapses today, in less than five hours, electricity will return to London because there is a backup system for emergencies.
So, when the people of Kenema lamented that the Dodo Hydro Electric Project had been overworked to exhaustion and that they could not understand what the non-English speaking Chinese were doing there, only drove the point home that when a disaster befalls any group of people, there cannot be any immediate remedy.
The fact of the matter is that as people complain about the causative factors of Sierra Leone’s occupation of the second to last place in the United Nations Development Index, Sierra Leoneans should not forget that all the five districts in the Northern Province, half of the total geographical landmass of Sierra Leone, cannot boast of a single speck of electricity nor a single drop of pipe borne water.
The whole of Kono District from where the diamonds are mined cannot boast of a single speck of electricity or pipe borne water that is worth writing home about.
The same thing is true for places like Kailahun, Bonthe and even Moyamba.
These are settlements that have been abandoned to their own fates and which cannot boast of electricity and water supply and therefore cannot even attract investors nor can they promote agro-based industrial activities or cottage industries.
Which investor will take his money to a place where there is no programme for water availability or electricity availability?
It is necessary to speak in very harsh words, sometimes, because it would appear that if the citizens continue to condone the non-promotion of development and the absence of development -oriented programmes, then Sierra Leone would continue to be the sick man of Africa and the laughing stock of the continent.
It has been accepted that Sierra Leone found itself in the throes of a very serious civil war, a debilitating civil war that almost brought Sierra Leone down to its knees, but what is also true is that some Sierra Leoneans are no longer going to associate lack of initiative on the part of the rulers to a rebel war that ended close to ten years ago.
As far as many people are concerned, the actual shooting associated with the war ended in 1999, but even if it is assumed that the war ended in 2001, for a period of five years, there should have been something to point at as a vehicle for the development and happiness of the ordinary Sierra Leonean.
That Sierra Leoneans have reverted to water wells because the state institutions for the provision of pipe-borne water cannot perform their functions and that Sierra Leoneans have reverted to the use of hurricane lamps because the National Power Authority cannot provide electricity that is associated with civilized living, is most unacceptable and a sad commentary for a country that has found itself unable to compete with even its own neighbours with far less natural resources.

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Subject: Re: SLPP SUCCESSES:THE RETURN OF WATER WELLS AND HURRICANE LAMPS
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Malawi: Water resources, supply and sanitation - Achievements
DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

The Dispersed Borehole Construction Programme

In the 2005/2006 fiscal year budgets, MK 140 million has been allocated for the construction of boreholes in the unserved areas of the country.

The Adhoc Drilling programme

This programme takes care of all adhoc requests including presidential and ministerial directives as well as drilling of emergency boreholes such as in areas where there are floods, drought and cholera outbreaks. The Adhoc programme is mostly implemented by the Borehole Construction Fund which is managed by the Hydrogeology Division of this Ministry.

The Mangochi East Project

The Mangochi East project is now in the extension to second phase. In the first and second phases, a total of 773 boreholes were constructed in T.A Jalasi, Mbwana Nyambi and Katuli.

The project which was expected to phase out in February 2005 has been extended to February 2006 to accommodate the use of residual funds as extension to second phase. The extension to second phase covers T.A. Chowe where another 160 boreholes are expected to be drilled. The project is financed by KFW of Germany and supervised by Gitec in collaboration with the Ministry.

The project is currently operating from a camp which would become the property of the Ministry once the project phases out. The Ministry is currently looking at how it will utilize the premises once the project ends.

The Lilongwe West Project

The Division submitted a project proposal to JICA for the construction of 500 boreholes in Lilongwe West. Both preliminary and basic design studies of the project have been conducted by both Ministry and Japanese officials. From the results of the two studies, 296 boreholes will be constructed in the project area. It is worth noting that the rigs that the Ministry is currently using were procured through these JICA projects and there is a possibility that another drilling set might be procured in this project.

National Groundwater Database

The Ministry is also currently engaged in the development of a national groundwater database. A consultant was engaged by the World Bank to assist in establishing the database.

Groundwater Monitoring Network

The Ministry is currently working on establishing a groundwater monitoring network. A project proposal is being developed for submission to donors for possible funding. This is in line with the recommendation that was made by Mott Mac Donald in his report on strengthening the Water Resources Board.

The Solar Pedaflo Programme

The Ministry is in a process of introducing a new pump prototype called the solar Pedaflo. A pilot project is in the progress under the supervision of the division. Due to lack of funding only four of the 24 pumps have so far been installed. However, more pumps might be installed during this 2005/2006 financial year.

Drilling of Boreholes by UNICEF Funding

The Ministry also does a lot of drilling work for UNICEF in a number of districts. It also does rehabilitation of boreholes mostly under UNICEF programme and the Ministry’s own programmes.

Drilling for Private Clients

The Ministry also drills boreholes for private clients through the Borehole Construction Fund.

Management of the Borehole Construction Fund

The Ministry is also in charge of the running of the Borehole Fund. Currently, the fund is experiencing a lot of cash flow problems because almost all the work that the Ministry undertakes is given to private contractors with nothing set aside for the fund.

DEPARTMENT OF WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION

Decentralization

Devolution plans for the Water and Sanitation Sector are being implemented with the District Assemblies with effect from 1st July 2004. The activities devolved to district level are:

- National Borehole Maintenance

- Rural Piped Water Supply Schemes Maintenance and Rehabilitation

- Community Based Management training programmes

- Rural water supply spare parts distribution.

However, the Ministry is facilitating funding for the devolved activities from local and donor sources. For the 2005/2006 fiscal year, MK 9,911,283 has been allocated for devolved activities.

Rural Water Supply Projects

(i) Rehabilitation of rural water supply schemes is in place for Lingamasa, Milala, Kasinje and Ngodzi/Chipoka with PPE funds.

Nkhamanga water supply scheme with initial funding from World Bank is being completed with local funds.

Mpira/Balaka Rural Piped Water Scheme is the largest gravity fed water scheme in Malawi. The scheme which was constructed between 1987 and 1992 supplies water to Balaka, part of Ntcheu, Mangochi, Liwonde and Neno. The scheme was designed to serve 300,000 people but now. The performance of the scheme has of late deteriorated due to a number of factors and challenges including technical, managerial, lack of maintenance and rehabilitation. It is serving a population of over 500,000 people. The performance of the scheme has of late deteriorated due to a number of factors and challenges including technical, managerial, lack of maintenance and rehabilitation. The Scheme has three major components comprising the catchment area, Dam/Reservoir and Treatment Works and the Distribution network. A recent comprehensive technical audit has estimated that MK145, 285,000.00 will be required for rehabilitation of the civil and mechanical infrastructure, capacity building and catchment rehabilitation/management activities for the scheme to operate at full capacity once again.

(ii) Construction of new Dwambadzi Gravity-fed Scheme is on-going with initial funding from World Bank but experiencing problems of community participation.

(iii) Community Water, Sanitation and Health Project

The project funded by CIDA is being implemented in Phalombe and Thyolo districts for rehabilitation of boreholes and piped water schemes. A Mid Term Review (MTR) was done late last year and it was established that Government through the Ministry and the two District Assemblies should take full control of its implementation to ensure project worthiness and sustainability after project completion in December 2006. Currently water engineers and other technical personnel have been posted to the districts to strengthen district coordination and implementing teams.

Integrated Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project

This project is supported by Malawi Government and African Development Fund. The distribution of contribution is:

Malawi Government - 1.49 million UA

African Development Fund - 9.59 million UA

This project is only for Ntchisi and Mzimba districts and comprises drilling new boreholes, rehabilitation of old boreholes, construction of offices and houses, training of water communities, and training committees in catchment protection. One of the most important activities also included is HIV awareness training.

Work on the project started with mobilization of consultant, Metaferia Consulting Engineers of Ethiopia in June 2004. Since their mobilization, there have been a number of workshops and trainings in preparation for physical implementation.

The project has 3 offices; PLU Office based in Tikwere, and PIU Offices at each district centre. In each Unit Office there is a Manager, Accountant, Secretary/Administrator, Accounts Assistant, Messenger and 2 drivers.

Urban Water Supply Project

(i) Private Sector Participation and Utility Regulation

The Ministry is coordinating the process of possible Private Sector Participation for Lilongwe and Blantyre Water Boards. This follows the implementation of the recommendations of Private Sector Participation Options Study as approved by Government in liaison with the Privatization Commission and Ministry of Finance. Currently, recruitment of a Water Utility Specialist and establishment of Steering and Technical Committees for the reform is in progress.

(ii) Functional Review of Regional Water Boards

Under Water Works Act. No. 17, 1995 three Regional Water Boards were established as Self-sustaining Corporate entities. Since their creation, the Boards have encountered a number of difficulties and to alleviate this the Ministry has undertaken an initiative of re-evaluating the existing framework. A Steering Committee is to give recommendations to the Ministry.

National Sanitation Policy

Currently a coherent National Sanitation Policy (NSP) does not exist in Malawi although a number of sectoral policies deal with issues of sanitation in a limited and disjointed manner. This affects the performance of the sub sector with particular reference to the implementation of sanitation activities. Key stakeholders do not feel obliged to provide the required services because there is ambiguity in the descr1ption of specific roles and responsibilities in existing legal and policy instruments that deal with sanitation.

The Ministry, recognizing this great need, has through a multisectoral consultative process completed Phase I (Design Phase) of the development process with financial assistance from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). Currently negotiations have reached an advanced stage with both the EU Delegation and CIDA to complete the development process. It is expected that funding will shortly be secured to develop the National Sanitation Policy within the next nine months.

Multi-Sectoral Infrastructure Project

The Ministry of Economic Planning ad Development is coordinating a multi-sectoral Infrastructure project specifically to promote eco-tourism, mining and small market towns. There is a Task Force on Water, which includes Water Boards which has to prepare feasible Water Supply and Sanitation Projects.

Project Concepts

The African Development Bank (ADB), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and European Union have requested for Project Concepts for possible funding. The projects are being prepared and are to promote Integrated Water Resources Management and access to Water Supply and Sanitation. Recently, the ACP/EU Water Facility Initiative has approved the Development of Integrated Water Resources Management Master Plans Project which has been earmarked for the Initiative’s second phase of the Call for Proposals.

Capacity Building

The Ministry does not have a comprehensive human resources management and training plan as an incentive to professional staff to enhance and consolidate carrier prospects and appreciate their training in the context of national socio-economic development. Short and long - term training is done on ad hoc basis and not supported using local resources. There is a need to develop a training plan that should be implemented through the various programmes and projects the Ministry and its partners will be implementing. The training plan should have prospects for all categories of personnel and should be developed bearing in mind the dynamic nature of the sector while being responsive to international market demands and competitiveness.

The Department is in the process of finalizing Training Materials for Local Service Providers involved in the Water and Sanitation Sector for sustainable implementation of projects. This follows a draft training curriculum for various service providers which the Ministry developed in December 2003.

Water Sector Stakeholders Meeting

All interested stakeholders in the Water and Sanitation Sector Viz. NGOs, Contractors and Consultants have been requested to register with the Ministry. A joint meeting is to be organized for proper coordination in the Sector.

DEPARTMENT OF IRRIGATION

Irrigation development activities as well as advisory services have contributed to smallholder crop productivity. A total of 10,935.58 hectares are under irrigated agriculture growing mostly rice, maize and horticultural crops benefiting some 91,392 beneficiaries.

Treadle pump irrigation

The Department has distributed a total of 21, 378 free treadle pumps and is yet to distribute18, 622 treadle pumps. A total area of 4820.38 hectare is under treadle pump irrigation.

Canalisation

Canalisation programme for harnessing water resources for irrigation is underway in all the ADDs. The total area developed under canalisation is 734.12 hectares involving 10,344 beneficiaries. However, additional sites are being verified and developed to assist farmers have water for irrigation. The programme will continue as it effectively serves farmers that have irrigable land away from natural water bodies.

Impoundments

Impoundments are seasonal structures used to capture run off and seasonal flows for irrigation purposes. This is being practiced in all ADDs. A total of 3369 farmers irrigated 246.15 hectares abstracting from water reservoirs created by impoundments.

Motorised pumps

Smallholder farmer groups have also been advised to use motorised pumps where there is potential. Operation of motorised pumps, however, has been reduced due to frequent breakdowns as most of the farmer groups do not adequately service the pumps. A total of 562.13 hectares are irrigated using motorised pumps benefiting 5958 farmers growing mostly horticultural crops.

There is also a motorised pump staff loan scheme which has currently benefited a total of 198 members of staff.

Gravity Fed Irrigation Schemes

A total of 21,851 farmers/beneficiaries are using gravity fed irrigation systems irrigating a total of 4572.8 hectares. Most of the gravity fed irrigation schemes were constructed several years ago and are due for rehabilitation


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Zimbabwe: Kuwaiti Embassy Drilling Boreholes





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The Herald (Harare)

February 12, 2007
Posted to the web February 12, 2007

Harare

The Kuwaiti Embassy in Zimbabwe is drilling five boreholes in the water-starved Mabvuku and Tafara suburbs in eastern Harare, to ease the persistent water problems.

The water project is being done in conjunction with the Zimbabwe National Water Authority.


Harare Metropolitan Province Resident Minister Cde David Karimanzira confirmed the development saying a decision had been made to have four boreholes drilled in Mabvuku and Tafara where the water problems bite the most.

Cde Karimanzira said the fifth borehole is being drilled at the Ruwa Rehabilitation Centre.

"The project is now with Zinwa. We want to make an impact.

"We want the four boreholes to be a cluster. Holding tanks would also be provided," he said.

He said the decision to concentrate the boreholes in Mabvuku and Tafara follows a realisation that the two areas bear the brunt of water shortages.

The Mabvuku-Tafara project would run parallel to the rehabilitation of the city water's production infrastructure estimated to cost around $140,64 billion and to be funded by Zinwa.

The rehabilitation includes the laying of new pipes on a 15-km stretch at a cost of $30 billion.

Broken down pipes are resulting in the loss of at least 250 megalitres of treated water a day which translates to about 40 percent of clean water.

In a statement to the Press, Zinwa chief executive officer Engineer Albert Muyambo said the perennial water problems in Mabvuku and Tafara are being urgently attended to.

"The City of Harare had done surveillance for boreholes in the area and Zinwa is working with the Governor of Harare province to source funding for the sinking of boreholes in Mabvuku and Tafara to alleviate the water shortage," he said.

Two weeks ago nine people from Mabvuku, Manressa, Tafara and Donnybrook areas were admitted at the Beatrice Infectious Diseases Hospitals after suffering from the deadly cholera.

Residents in those suburbs rely on dug out wells for their domestic water supplies.

However, Eng Muyambo attributed the water problems to the frequent power failures.

"We have now engaged Zesa to ensure that the power problems are minimised".

Zinwa said 24-hour teams have been put in place to ensure that any machinery breakdowns are attended to without compromising water production and delivery.



Eng Muyambo said the city's water production capacity should be increased from the present 620 to 850 megalitres a day.

"Zinwa is currently carrying out massive maintenance works at Morton Jaffray aimed at increasing the output to 680 megalitres per day.

"Replacement equipment will also be installed to reduce the current levels of breakdowns," he said.


Subject: Re: SLPP SUCCESSES:THE RETURN OF WATER WELLS AND HURRICANE LAMPS
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Building better water supplies in Freetown, Sierra Leone
Related pages: Sierra Leone homepage | Millennium Development Goal 7: Environment

Recent data produced by UNICEF indicates that less than half of Sierra Leoneans have access to safe water and less than one third have access to sanitation. Sierra Leone is seriously off-track to meet the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) targets for water and sanitation. Read the February 2007 update from the UN

The shortage of safe water here profoundly affects the life-chances of children. In fact, Sierra Leone has the highest level of infant mortality in the world (283 out of every 1000 die under 5). Diarrhoeal disease, together with malaria and acute respiratory disease, are the biggest killers in Sierra Leone.

Access levels to safe water are lowest in remote rural areas, however the water supply to Freetown, which is served by the Guma Valley Water Company, is in an increasing vulnerable condition. DFID's £5 million programme in 2007-2008 aims to help local companies and communities to turn this around.

Protecting safe supplies
While Guma Valley Water Company did a good job to maintain water supply to Freetown during the civil war, the network has deteriorated due to lack of maintenance and investment. Leakage rates are high and the system is struggling to cope with increased demand due to the massive influx of people from the countryside to Freetown during the conflict.

In June 2006, Freetown’s water reservoir (Guma) was almost emptied which would have led to a complete failure of supply. Although the water level in the reservoir has now recovered, this event highlighted the fragility of the capital’s water supply.

Many people particularly to the east side of Freetown have to resort to unsafe alternative sources, such as polluted shallow wells, and a cholera threat in Freetown arises each rainy season.


DFID has agreed a £5million programme of support to Guma Valley Water Company for 2007-2008 – this includes support to strategic planning and prioritised physical improvements to increase water security and access to water, with some complementary support to civil society.

In 2007-2008, DFID is also supporting, through ActionAid Sierra Leone, a community group – Public Enterprise Reform Monitoring Group (PERMG) that is assessing the current state of water supply in Freetown to help plan for the future and inform policy.

Key facts
The water supply to Freetown is in an increasing fragile condition, with a deteriorating network unable to cope with increasing demand due to rural-urban migration. The population increased dramatically as people fled into the city during a decade of conflict that ended officially in 2002. Many people have chosen to remain in the capital and current estimates of the population in Freetown give a figure of over 1.2 million – more than double the design capacity of the water system.

DFID support will be provided to Guma Valley Water Company (GVWC), in collaboration with World Bank, to improve water security for about 1.2 million inhabitants of greater Freetown

The purpose of the programme is to assist government to improve sustainable access to water and sanitation in deprived areas of greater Freetown. The main goal is improved social and economic conditions through increased water security.


Subject: Re: SLPP SUCCESSES:THE RETURN OF WATER WELLS AND HURRICANE LAMPS
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Date Posted: 20:53:32 04/23/07 ()
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"Where there is no vision, the people perish. It is also true that where there are no people, the vision perishes". In our case, it is more of the former than the latter.



Subject: Re: SLPP SUCCESSES:THE RETURN OF WATER WELLS AND HURRICANE LAMPS
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With all this vision, what did you and Nanette Beckley do about housing conditions in salone, when you guys where at the helm? Sitting in front of a computer and spewing gabbage is one thing, but you guys always fall below par when given the oppurtunity to serve.


Subject: Re: SLPP SUCCESSES:THE RETURN OF WATER WELLS AND HURRICANE LAMPS
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I am very proud of my service to my nation and do believe I contributed to the well being of a lot of Sierra Leoneans in various parts of the country.


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$660,000 for 44 boreholes?


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Posted on January 8, 2007 ...By Public Affairs Directorate


UG Alumna Undertakes Water Project for Volta Hall

Ghana’s High Commissioner to Sierra Leone, H. E. Dr. Mrs. Mokowa Blay Adu-Gyamfi has commissioned a $11,500 bore-hole water project, to augment water supply to the Volta Hall.

The project was undertaken with funds contributed by Ghanaian peace-keepers in Sierra Leone, as well as other Ghanaians resident in that country, which were released to Dr. Mrs. Adu-Gyamfi by the former Ghanaian High Commissioner to Sierra Leone, H. E. Mr. Kabral Blay-Amihere.

Commissioning the project, Dr. Mrs. Adu-Gyamfi, an alumna of the Hall, said she knew of the problems associated with water supply on the University campus during her term of office as Member of the University Council and also Member of the Development Committee. She assured the other Halls of her assistance when necessary, and called on other Hall executives to do their best to solve the numerous problems they faced.

The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. C. N. B. Tagoe, said with the population of the University Community rising to about 50,000, the issue of services had become very important. He said it had therefore become necessary, either to get increased water supply from the Ghana Water Company, or to seek other alternatives, such as sinking bore-holes, which alternative required a large amount of money.

A member of the University of Ghana Council, Dr. Mrs. Mary Chinery-Hesse, also an alumna of Volta Hall, commended the Ghanaian peace-keepers and residents in Sierra Leone for their patriotism, as well as H. E. Kabral Blay-Amihere, for using the funds for a laudable purpose. She also praised H. E. Dr. Mrs. Adu-Gyamfi for not forgetting Volta Hall, adding that her example should serve as motivation to others to help build a better university.

The Supervising Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. C. N. Amon Kotey, said that the achievement of the two High Commissioners illustrated that the Ministry was capable of mobilizing Ghanaians outside the country to support national causes.

Expressing appreciation for the project, the Warden of Volta Hall, Prof. Mrs. Akosua Perbi, said residents as well as staff would now be happy, and there would be peace in the Hall.

Present at the ceremony were the Registrar, Mr. A. T. Konu, Executives of other halls of residence, and the Directors of the Physical Development and Municipal Services and Public Affairs Directorates, as well as officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

University of Ghana, P.O. Box LG 25, Legon, Accra. Ghana.
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Subject: Re: SLPP SUCCESSES:THE RETURN OF WATER WELLS AND HURRICANE LAMPS
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This government is the worst government ever in Sierra leone. To me, even the brutal NPRC was better than this nonsense administration because there was adequate water and electricity supply in the city during Strasser's administration. The NPRC was corrupt in all sectors except in the electricity and water sector and the director of NPA then was held accountable for each day that NPA fails to supply electricity to the city. This is a shame, but again I am not surprise because there is no government in its right sense will sign a contract with a foreign company to mine diamonds and receive only three percents of the earning. Only Berewa and Kabba can do such a stupid and absurd move. May be I should ask Mr. Leigh to tell me if the diamond company that was awarded the country to exploit our diamonds is affliated to the mercenaries that overthrown the rebels from the city.Because I knew the ECOMOG and the kamajors alone cannot kick the rebels out of freetown because the rebels were never afraid of the Nigerian soldiers. Help please Mr. Ambassador.


Subject: Re: SLPP SUCCESSES:THE RETURN OF WATER WELLS AND HURRICANE LAMPS
From: Olu Beckley
To: All
Date Posted: 19:57:04 04/23/07 ()
Email Address: mariamab@aol.com
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Bore holes in the city of Freetown? Institutional changes and thoughtful policy prescr1ptions are what we need to take our nation to the next level.

Fly by night, quick fix projects like boreholes in the capital city at exhorbitant costs are not the answer, especially when the SLPP had ten years to do what it is now doing 3 months before the elections.

People see through these fake efforts and are much wiser to discern the intentions.


Subject: Re: SLPP SUCCESSES:THE RETURN OF WATER WELLS AND HURRICANE LAMPS
From: SHAMEFUL SLPP
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Date Posted: 19:49:32 04/23/07 ()
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AWOKO


As East End gets 10 water pumps Berwa say ... “This is


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Vice President Solomon Berewa last Friday commissioned ten borehole water pumps at the east of the capital and took the opportunity to blast previous governments for neglecting that part of the city by not providing water and electricity for over 20 years now.
Commissioning the first water pump at Grassfield, the Vice President said they decided to provide these boreholes as an emergency for the people because they were waiting on the World Bank to finance the stand pipe programme.

He said the people of the east should have easy access to water as “water is life”, adding that “government cares for you and these boreholes are done by the SLPP party “.

The Vice President reiterated that, “the water coming from the ground is pure and you should not listen to those who will come and ask what the SLPP has done for you. And you should make sure you protect these pumps from ‘bad’ people who would want to destroy these projects”.

He went on to sell his party and himself to the people, asking that they should vote for him so that they would continue to get more from his party.
Driving through the bumpy and dusty road to Peacock Farm at Wellington, again the Vice President told the inhabitants the same thing and was the first to drink the water to show the people how pure it was.
Accompanying the Vice President was the minister of health, Mrs Abator Thomas, who told the women to use the water wisely because now that “the water is pure it will minimize tetanus and diarrhoea attacks on women and children”.

The health minister also appealed to the women to use the water for the right purposes and told them that the Vice President, the government and the SLPP had them in mind that was why they had provided water for them.

Vice President Solomon Berewa started at Grassfield and ended up at Kossoh Town where the last water pump was commissioned.

Accompanying Mr Berewa was NaCSA’s Kanja Sesay, the minister of energy and power Lloyd During, the chairman and the General Manager of Guma Foday Sawi and Darell Thompson respectively


Subject: Re: SLPP SUCCESSES:THE RETURN OF WATER WELLS AND HURRICANE LAMPS
From: COCORIOCO NEWS
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Date Posted: 20:05:18 04/23/07 ()
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SLPP GOVT. PROVIDES WATER FOR THE PEOPLE


By Joseph Kamanda

Selected communities totaling 44 in the Western Area and parts of the Provinces are to benefit from a Bore hole Water Supply while waiting for the overall improvement on the water supply system nationwide.


The Project which has already kicked off, according to Sierra Leone’s Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Alhaji Tejan Sie, is expected to be completed in May this year.


Ambassador Tejan Sie while introducing a team of experts including Hydrologists from Ghana and the Project Contractor in the presence of the Minister of Energy and Representatives from the Various Community beneficiaries and other stake holders like Guma Valley, said that funds to the tune of 600,000 dollars have already been secured from the Awquaf Trict Fund in the United Arab Emirate.


Vice President Solomon Berewa, while welcoming the experts , said it was a welcome news as water in many communications within the city especially in the fear East end is now referred as a crisis. He warned the employees of the Guma Valley Water Company that is working in collaboration with the contractors in the implementation of the project that anyone who delays the work will be fired .


Vice President Berewa therefore appealed to the Guma Valley Management to assist the experts to identify public spots for the locat1on of the bore holes for people to have easy access to water. He told them not to identify any locat1on on private lands, where one person will claim ownership and deprive the vast majority of people.


Energy and Power Minister, Lyoud During, suggested the appointment of focal persons in each of the communities to work with the project implementations.


The mayor of Koidu new Sembehun Town Council, Mrs. Mary Musu, whose district will have 10 out of the 44 bore hole thanked the government for the timely intervention in the water crisis which he noted is a clear manifestation of government's interest in the welfare of the people. “Such is a show case of what the government is doing for the people” Mrs. Musu said.


Among the communities to benefit from the bore hole water supply are some areas like Ginger Hall, Calaba Town, Sumela Town, Red Pump and Dowwak where the people have solicited government intervention through Vice President Berewa.


Subject: SL NEC-15 WAYS TO AVOID THE NIGERIAN ELECTION DISASTER
From: Olu Beckley
To: All
Date Posted: 14:26:53 04/23/07 ()
Email Address: mariamab@aol.com
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15 WAYS TO AVOID THE NIGERIAN ELECTION DISASTER

1. The 30% voting materials to the polling station and 70% stuffed ballot plan will not work. It will breed chaos. Do not try it.

2. Parliament should dissolve itself by April 28th.

3. Give the parties enough time to select their candidates and approve the lists as necessary.

4. Make sure all ballots have the names, party symbol and photographs of all the candidates.

4. Do not disenfranchise the voters. Make sure the final voter registrations rolls are out on time, so that the electorate can verify their authenticity, know which polling station they have to vote etc.

5. Work out logistics for polling stations and means of delivering the materials in time

6. Verify and crosscheck all mailing packages before they are sent out.

7. Avoid sending out incomplete voter registration forms or insufficient voting material to any constituency.

8. Ensure voter registration forms are delivered in a timely manner. Do not rely on private vehicle owners.

9. Do not start voting at 5:00 p.m.

10. Police Officers and thugs who intimidate voters should stay away from voting centers.

11. Arrest and detain NEC workers giving voters incorrect information.

12. Ensure tyhe elction monitors have access throughout the process.

13. Avoid confusion in the counting of the ballots. Do not move the ballot boxes to a counting center.

14. Do not blow grammar and tell the people the votes are been tabulated! Count ballots there and then to avoid manipulation. Have the certified results read out publicly at the counting center.

15. Avoid confusion in counting provisional ballots.

16. Conduct recounts swiftly if necessary


Subject: Re: SL NEC-15 WAYS TO AVOID THE NIGERIAN ELECTION DISASTER
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 16:14:53 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
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16. The light should not go out whilst they are counting the ballot.

The list of their crimes is endless.

Obasanjo’s natural life span as a Nigerian president is due to end on 29th May, 2007

As Patrick Wilmot observed on BBC world news this evening, it’s a pity that the election was rigged, because Yaradua could have probably won without any rigging.Yaradua is otherwise regarded as an honest and straight- forward man, who is likely to proceed straight forward in the tradition of inspiring people like the icon AMINU KANO and AbuBakar Rimi who was governor of Kano in the 1980s and is presently a supporter of AbuBakar Atiku.


Madeleine Albright is one of election observers who witnessed with her own eyes.


Subject: Re: SL NEC-15 WAYS TO AVOID THE NIGERIAN ELECTION DISASTER
From: Observer
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Date Posted: 15:03:08 04/23/07 ()
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YOf course, you are assuming that INEC in Sierra Leone is interested in conducting free and fair elections. As the Nigerian debacle proved, electoral corruption was not a result of ignorance of how to conduct elections.


Subject: Re: SL NEC-15 WAYS TO AVOID THE NIGERIAN ELECTION DISASTER
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
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Date Posted: 16:08:21 04/23/07 ()
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There are ten ways of rigging an election. It starts with a census and the portioning of the country into states and constituencies.

We've gota right to shout:


Subject: OUR DEAR NIGERIA: DARKNESS AT NOON
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
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Date Posted: 13:04:48 04/23/07 ()
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Title from Arthur Koestler’s. "Darkness at noon"

The Supreme Court’s verdict as to whether AbuBakr Atiku can continue as Vice President is due today. In my opinion the Supreme Court should be terminating Sanjo’s presidency instead of trying to foul up the chances of the man who stood up against Obasanjo’s intention of being Nigerian president forever. Of course at this stage if I were to choose between ‘Sanjo and Abu Bakr, my vote would be with ABU BAKR who challenged him.

How to keep this short? This is a very brief introduction of some background to the present crisis in Nigeria an “election” that is a travesty and farce – a slap in the face of all democratically minded Africans and non-Africans who are vigilant and hopeful of a future for people of that great country, supposed to be the largest democracy in Africa with over 60 million people registered to vote.

I’ve talked to my Nigerian professor four times in the past twenty four hours and my anger after the death - in Senegal - of Chief Hinga Norman, has peaked. So please, let nobody, especially no SLPP person offend me, for the next couple of days at least, because I am in filthy mood and will take full responsibility for what I say or do. (I have my own blog, from a safe base.).

My Yoruba professor who is Muslim and more morose than ever, succeeded in getting me to laugh for a short while today. When I asked him “Ow now professor? “, he said,
“The only thing I’m praying for is that it should not be the same in heaven as it is on Earth”

I am not writing as a journalist or a term paper for some professor at the Sorbonne. I am writing/ chatting with my own countrymen, with serious intent because this is a very serious matter. I say this, because in a Gambian Forum where we have been discussing Zimbabwe, there are some who want democracy and human rights to take a back seat to “the land issue” –as if the land issue is going to be settled and remain settled by violating the laws of the land and international law – today. After following developments in Zimbabwe for over 42 years, some Gambian thinks that I – I have lost my bearings and the land issue has taken leave of absence from both my long radicalised consciousness and my conscience. I don’t blame him for not knowing my friends any better. I could dazzle with a display of the superior tones of “radical” ideological expression couched in a more sophisticated language of an Achille Mbembe, but to what end? I am not an elitist nor am I addressing one, and I am sincere. I am a humble san-san boy and not playing to the gallery here or elsewhere, to impress the less astute or to ” win” an argument in a civilised discussion where no one is qualified or appointed as judge and chief justice. I say, HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY!!! This is what is demanded in Zimbabwe too. A democratically elected government can solve the problem of the land, through democratic means and there is no other way, and as we can see that is also the problem in Nigeria.


My Man and our man MUHAMMADU BUHARI the clean man, the beautiful man, untainted with corruption, the man who along with Tunde Idiagbon declared what we so need in Sierra Leone WAI – WAR against INDISCIPLINE - a war against corruption , horrendous fiscal malpractices and a still traditional immorality practised with impunity at all levels of government . He cleaned up. Unfortunately he had announced that when he returned from MECCA, he was going to round up the rest of the fraudsters and other criminals, and of course the fraudsters and other criminals deposed him by a military coup just in time - and so escaped criminal investigation and prosecution and ultimately long terms of imprisonment – and in Nigeria it was the wish of the long suffering people that such imprisonment be preceded by their VOMITING the stolen cash stashed in various banks and investments - and here we were talking about something in the region of at least £60-£70 billion.
An area of criticism levelled against Tunde Idiagbon is that it was feared – (feared by whom?) that he was working ardently on the bright idea of advocating that the African continent also have ONE representative in the Security Council of the United Nations, as if he was before his time and maybe he was. What confidence is anyone supposed to have in Nigeria in its present state of international disrepute and instability, as Nigeria ridicules the very idea of democracy, flouts every rule and tenet of her citizens’ franchise and her citizens’ right to one man one vote and the freedom to cast that vote without fear?

It will surprise you to know that NIGERIA is not a member of the OIC!!!! Well, the Christians – the fanatical Igbo Christians of the East and the Yoruba Christians of the West and the Christians of the South have some ridiculous objections to the idea

The Gubernatorial election was a prelude which gave a foretaste of the disaster that everybody feared and which is now real, as Umaru Yaradua was declared winner and president about two hours ago. N.B. the quiet Umaru Yaradua himself is not tainted – at least not by rumours of a corrupt reputation. My professor adds that he has (some) moral integrity and possibly an ideological basis for his consistency which may emerge in the future – if he is ever allowed to become his own man. Allowed? “Man of his own” or puppet on a string, the man should be disqualified. The objection to his alleged “moral integrity”, is that in that case why would he accept a “victory” that he knows is “his” because he and his godfather Obasanjo have trampled on the rights of the majority of the people of Nigeria to give him such an undeserved and fraudulent “victory” ?

The most corrupt Obasanjo and Co have rigged the Nigerian elections in an organised and systematic way. When I write – and as I write today as a Yoruba man about the personally corrupt General Olusegun Obasanjo I am not making a spurious accusation as it is a recorded and indisputable fact that he was investigated by Shehu Shagari who actually sent the Commission of Enquiry headed by Olushola Saraki and they found him guilty. Of what was he found guilty? He was found guilty of placing £2.8 billion (almost three billion pounds sterling) of the Nigerian peoples’ government money into his personal account, so that he could chop the interest. But he was not alone. He, and Umaru Yaradua’s elder brother (now deceased) and Danjuma, were circulating the money among themselves, moving the money from one account to another – so that they could ” chop” the interest. Well, this was during Shehu Shagari’s time and I was in Nigeria and should know what I’m talking about. Of course you must expect that – as we say in Krio,” monkey noh dae lef im black han” and you can imagine the illegal accumulation of wealth since he became corrupt president. No wonder he wants an extra term to complete the job of looting. This is the man who recently got a £ 2 billion loan to expand his farm, and that loan, obtained without collateral. You don’t have to be an Amos Tutuola to imagine the rest and what I have mentioned so far is but a drop in the bucket. Yes, this is the same man who passionately wants one more term in office, and when his vice-president opposed the idea, what did Obasanjo do? In retaliation – vengeance - he accused the vice president Atiku Abu Bakr of being corrupt and on the ground of that accusation worked to disqualify his own Vice president’s ’ candidature for the presidency of Nigeria. As my Yoruba professor puts it,” Now lion complaining that cat is eating too much meat.”
No court of law has found the vice-president guilty of the charges. The VP decided to leave Oba-sanjo’s party and declared his candidature under another umbrella which has only increased Obsanjo’s determination to nail him - obviously retributive justice would demand that should Atiku AbuBakr win the presidential election he should without fail ensure that Obsanjo is investigated for corruption charges and brought to JUSTICE.
You remember Charles Taylor? General Obasanjo was not going to hand him over to the Special Court in Sierra Leone and when pressed to do so, Taylor mysteriously escaped. Shortly thereafter Obasanjo reported to Bush that Charles Taylor had escaped, and he (Olusegun) did not know where he was. Olusegun Obasanjo who was due in the USA any moment was told to forget about flying to America and should stay in the toilet until Charles Taylor re-appeared from where he had disappeared. Taylor was said to have been apprehended near the Cameroon border and divested of the rest of the money that he had with him. Who facilitated his escape? That remains a mystery. The same George W. Bush is now calling for what the majority of people in Nigeria and Africa want: a re-election conducted without intimidation and the type of shameless and naked roguery that is known to characterise Nigerian elections. Speaking from experience, from what I witnessed of the 1983 elections, this 2007 election is even more fraudulent., the rigging more massive, more organised and the corruption here is more transparent even as the monitoring bodies from Germany’s EU observers to the various monitoring groups have protested in no uncertain terms about the rigging, corrupt voter registers, voter intimidation throughout the federation- including in Katsina which is also Yaradua’s home base, where according to eye witnesses the armed forces and police would randomly drop in, take away ballot boxes etc, and in the absence of an organised force that could challenge their impunity, make off with the ballot boxes, obviously to stuff them to their master’s content And for such thievery their masters do not want to be investigated or brought to Justice.

Today is Yom Haatsmaut and Israel celebrates her Independence and it is congratulations to that brave little country that is trying so hard, and God willing will succeed against the terrorist odds and fulfil the destiny for which she was created.


Subject: NIGERIA: DARKNESS AT NOON
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 12:10:37 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
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Title from Arthur Koestler’s. "Darkness at noon"

The Supreme Court’s verdict as to whether AbuBakr Atiku can continue as Vice President is due today. In my opinion the Supreme Court should be terminating Sanjo’s presidency instead of trying to foul up the chances of the man who stood up against Obasanjo’s intention of being Nigerian president forever. Of course at this stage if I were to choose between Sanjo and Abu Bakr, my vote would be with ABU BAKR who challenged him.

How to keep this short? This is a very brief introduction of some background to the present crisis in Nigeria an “election” that is a travesty and farce – a slap in the face of all democratically minded Africans and non-Africans who are vigilant and hopeful of a future for people of that great country, supposed to be the largest democracy in Africa with over 60 million people registered to vote.

I’ve talked to my Nigerian professor four times in the past twenty four hours and my anger after the death - in Senegal of Chief Hinga Norman, has peaked. So please, let nobody, especially no SLPP person offend me, for the next couple of days at least, because I am in filthy mood and will take full responsibility for what I say or do. (I have my own blog, from a safe base.).

My Yoruba professor who is Muslim and more morose than ever, succeeded in getting me to laugh for a short while today. When I asked him “Ow now professor? “, he said, “The only thing I’m praying for is that it should not be the same in heaven as it is on Earth”

I am not writing as a journalist or a term paper for some professor at the Sorbonne. I am writing/ chatting with my own countrymen, with serious intent because this is a very serious matter. I say this, because in a Gambian Forum where we have been discussing Zimbabwe, there are some who want democracy and human rights to take a back seat to “the land issue” –as if the land issue is going to be settled and remain settled by violating the laws of the land and international law – today. After following developments in Zimbabwe for over 42 years, some Gambian thinks that I – I have lost my bearings and the land issue has taken leave of absence from both my long radicalised consciousness and my conscience. I don’t blame him for not knowing my friends betters. I could dazzle with a display of the superior tones of “radical” ideological expression couched in a more sophisticated language of an Achille Mbembe, but to what end? I am not an elitist nor am I addressing one, and I am sincere. I am a humble san-san boy and not playing to the gallery here or elsewhere, to impress the less astute or to ” win” an argument in a civilised discussion where no one is qualified or appointed as judge and chief justice. I say, HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY!!! This is what is demanded in Zimbabwe too. A democratically elected government can solve the problem of the land, through democratic means and there is no other way, and as we can see that is also the problem in Nigeria.


My Man and our man MUHAMMADU BUHARI the clean man, the beautiful man, untainted with corruption, the man who along with Tunde Idiagbon declared what we so need in Sierra Leone WAI – WAR against INDISCIPLINE - a war against corruption , horrendous fiscal malpractices and a still traditional immorality practised with impunity at all levels of government . He cleaned up. Unfortunately he had announced that when he returned from MECCA, he was going to round up the rest of the fraudsters and other criminals, and of course the fraudsters and other criminals deposed him by a military coup just in time - and so escaped criminal investigation and prosecution and ultimately long terms of imprisonment – and in Nigeria it was the wish of the long suffering people to that such imprisonment be preceded by their VOMITING the stolen cash stashed in various banks and investments - and here we were talking about something in the region of some at least £60-£ 70 billion.
An area of criticism levelled against Tunde Idiagbon is that it was feared – (feared by whom?) that was working on the bright idea of advocating that the African continent also have ONE representative in the Security Council of the United Nations, as if he was before his time and maybe he was. What confidence is anyone supposed to have in Nigeria in its present state of international disrepute and instability, as Nigeria ridicules the very idea of democracy, flouts every rule and tenet of her citizens’ franchise and her citizens’ right to one man one vote and the freedom to cast that vote without fear?

It will surprise you to know that NIGERIA is not a member of the OIC!!!! Well the Xchristians – the fanatical Igbo Christians of the East and the Yoruba Christians of the West and the Christians of the South have some ridiculous objections to that idea

The Gubernatorial election was a prelude which gave a foretaste of the disaster that everybody feared and which is now real, as Umaru Yaradua was declared winner and president about two hours ago.

The most corrupt Obasanjo and Co have rigged the Nigerian elections in an organised and systematic way. When I write – and as I write today as a Yoruba man about the personally corrupt General Olusegun Obasanjo I am not making a spurious accusation as it is a recorded and indisputable fact that he was investigated by Shehu Shagari who actually sent the Commission of Enquiry headed by Olushola Saraki and they found him guilty. Of what was he found guilty? He was guilty of putting £2.8 billion (almost three billion pounds) of the Nigerian peoples’ government money into his personal account, so that he could chop the interest. But he was not alone. He, and Umaru Yaradua’s elder brother (now deceased) and Danjuma, were circulating the money among themselves, moving the money from one account to another – so that they could ” chop” the interest. Well, this was during Shehu Shagari’s time and I was in Nigeria and should know what I’m talking about. Of course you must expect that – as we say in Krio,” monkey noh dae lef im black han” and you can imagine the illegal accumulation of wealth since he became corrupt president no wonder he wanted an extra term to continue the job of looting. The man who recently got a £ 2 billion loan to expand his farm, and that loan, obtained without collateral. You don’t have to be an Amos Tutuola to imagine the rest and what I have mentioned so far is but a drop in the bucket. This is the same man who passionately wants one more term in office, and when his vice-president opposed the idea, what did Obasanjo do? In retaliation – vengeance - he accused the vice president Atiku Abu Bakr of being corrupt and on the ground of that accusation worked to disqualify his own Vice president’s ’ candidature for the presidency of Nigeria. As my Yoruba professor puts it,” Now lion complaining that cat is eating g too much meat.”
No court of law has found the vice-president guilty of the charges. The VP decided to leave Oba-sanjo’s party and declared his candidature under another umbrella which has only increased Obsanjo’s determination to nail him - obviously retributive justice would demand that should Atiku AbuBakr win the presidential election he should without fail ensure that Obsanjo is investigated for corruption charges and brought to JUSTICE.
You remember Charles Taylor? General Obasanjo was not going to hand him over to the Special Court in Sierra Leone and when pressed to do so, Taylor mysteriously escaped. Shortly thereafter Obasanjo reported to Bush that Charles Taylor had escaped, and he (Olusegun) did not know where he was. Olusegun Obasanjo who was due in the USA any moment was told to forget about flying to America and should stay in the toilet until Charles Taylor re-appeared from where he has disappeared. Taylor was said to have been apprehend near the Cameroon border and divested of the rest of the money that he had with him. Who facilitated his escape? That remains a mystery. But Bush, who is now calling for what the majority of people in Nigeria and Africa want: a re-election conducted without intimidation and the type of shameless and naked roguery that is known to characterise Nigerian elections. Speaking from experience , from what I witnessed of the 1983 elections, this 2007 election is even more fraudulent., the rigging more massive, more organised and the corruption here is more transparent even as the monitoring bodies from Germany’s EU observers to the various monitoring groups have protested in no uncertain terms about the rigging, corrupt voter registers, voter intimidation throughout the federation- especially in Katsina which is also Yaradua’s home base, where according to eye witnesses the armed forces and police would randomly drop in, take away ballot boxes etc, and in the absence of an organised force that could challenge their impunity, make off with the ballot boxes, obviously to stuff them to their master’s advantage. Their masters do not want to be investigated or brought to Justice.
Today Israel celebrates her Independence and it is congratulations to that brave country that is trying and God willing will succeed against the terrorist odds and fulfil the destiny fro which she was created.


Subject: xxxxx
From: xxxxx
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Date Posted: 12:10:19 04/23/07 ()
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Subject: RE: HOW STUPID ARE SIERRA LEONEANS?
From: WORWOR MAN
To: All
Date Posted: 10:17:45 04/23/07 ()
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Sierra Leoneans are not stupid. We are very intelligent. We have great intellectual abilities.
The question should have been: Why are so many Sierra Leoneans so ugly when compared to Guineans and Senegalese, for example.
Sierra Leoneans are mostly ugly. Look at Solomon Berewa, John Leigh and the poverty spreading APC man we saw on COCORIOKO the other day. Oops. Kabbah is a Guniean. He is relatively more good looking than Berewa. Sierra Leoneans are usually ugly.


Subject: Re: RE: HOW STUPID ARE SIERRA LEONEANS?
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 10:47:53 04/23/07 ()
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We were not talking about Sierra Leone. My Yoruba professor a powerful thinker and speaker is sometimes rhetorical. He asked me the following question just a while ago and these are his exact words:

" How can you pray for light, when you support a governmnet that fosters darkness?"


Subject: Re: RE: HOW STUPID ARE SIERRA LEONEANS?
From: Bella Barrie
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Date Posted: 10:32:19 04/23/07 ()
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For WORWOR MAN - HOW UGLY ARE YOU?????????


Subject: Re: RE: HOW STUPID ARE SIERRA LEONEANS?
From: fineboy
To: All
Date Posted: 10:30:56 04/23/07 ()
Email Address: fin@yahoo.com
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Message:
I wonder who you are. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. You sound so superficial its unbelievable. I wonder if your family are as ugly as you think all Sierra Leoneans are. I am married to a Sierra Leonean lady and she is beautiful inside and outside.......


You lack confidence and self esteem.....find it


Subject: Boris Yetsin Dead
From: News Bearer
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Date Posted: 09:11:28 04/23/07 ()
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Just coming out that Boris in dead.


Subject: CAN YOU TRACK EMS MAIL FROM SL?
From: Albert Moinina
To: All
Date Posted: 07:05:41 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Netters,

Is there a website one can track mails sent from SL by speed post?

Thanks


Subject: Nigerian Election
From: Election Monitor
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Date Posted: 03:50:44 04/23/07 ()
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Nigerian Elections have been sabotaged by Obasanjo & Co, and USA has issued a stern warning to Obasanjo to hold serious elections or face serious sanction.
It should be recalled that Obasanjo wanted to change the Constitution of Nigeria, in order to have a 3rd and perhaps 4th term in the Office, but it was rejected by Nigerians.
Obasanjo has not given up, and wishes to rule through a proxy.
Hope good sense prevails.


Subject: Re: Nigerian Election
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 11:54:12 04/23/07 ()
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Message:
Please read the following items at

The Daily Independent


Subject: THE BLACKS,AFRICANS AND UNITY
From: M.KAMARA
To: All
Date Posted: 16:16:02 04/22/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: luna.hypair.net at 194.50.180.4

Message:
Slavery and colonialism succeeded simply because some Africans connived with the Europeans.To date we still have such elements in and outside the continent who are ready to sell the race oncemore for their selfish ends.I am not surprise to see Sierra-Leoneans spending their money and time to support a failed party and a so call president.As some one mentioned,they are doing it for their own interest and their tribal affiliation.It is a pity.Unless we start thinking as normal human beigns beyound tribe and region then Sierra Leone will join the family of modern states of the 21century


Subject: Re: THE BLACKS,AFRICANS AND UNITY
From: STOP THE HATE
To: All
Date Posted: 03:19:35 04/23/07 ()
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Message:
This writer is a Creole man.
They hate other Sierra Leoneans because they speak languages. Talking about slavery and Africans "conniving" gave the writer away. Try harder Creole boy.


Subject: Re: THE BLACKS,AFRICANS AND UNITY
From: Masibo
To: All
Date Posted: 04:31:52 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: 75-66-ftth.onsneteindhoven.nl at 88.159.66.75

Message:
The truth is a bitter pill to swallow. Whenever your likes who have made Sierra Leone a wretched place to live is being challenged with facts, you run to accuse the righteous of sin.
Why do you not have shame inspite of all what you are doing in Sierra Leone. Because, of your wickedness, Sierra leone is gradually retrogressing. It is true that you majority tribes are guilty to destroy our once beautiful Country. I wish all opf you will be rooted from the face of the earth.
Shame on you tribal and evil plunderers!


Subject: Re: THE BLACKS,AFRICANS AND UNITY
From: TRIBALIST
To: All
Date Posted: 03:53:08 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Patriotic Sierra Leoneans discuss issues -- such as the devastation that the failed SLPP government of Kabbah has wreaked on our country, and threatens to continue wreaking with another incompetent and corrupt SLPP failure led by Kabbah's protege, Berewa.

Tribalists, on the other hand, discuss personalities --such as your baseless, tribalistic conjectures about the author of the accurate assessment of the SLPP's destruction of the chance for a better life for Sierra Leoneans.

Your blind, tribal support of the SLPP is the reason why you and your backward party have reduced a once proud country to its knees for your entirely selfish, unpatriotic purposes.


Subject: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: masibo
To: All
Date Posted: 04:35:40 04/22/07 ()
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Message:
They are the most stupid and incompetent people in the World. They gave their Presidency to a Man whio is half Guinean. They voted Kabbah for two terms after he killed many and did not spare a woman in battle.
Sierra Leoneans are idiots who hide behind their tribe to keep a desolate government in power. Sierra leoneans are fools who leave their Country in the hands of plunderers.
Sierra Leoneaans are not to be taken serious because they thrive in lies. Kabbah promised them food is abundance before he will leave office. Three more months are these people filling their stomach. How stupid can a nation be after its leaders have allowed Guinea to take part of the Country.
Sierra leoneans are so stupid and lack any ethical values only their infants from Sierra leone are corrupt free.
Bad people deserve a bad governmnet. Berewa and team take a field day, your people are seriously stupid.


Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: Careful
To: All
Date Posted: 06:51:29 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
We are not stupid.Call us any other names, call us corrupt,rebels,greedy,sycophants-all will be fine, but stupid, no way.


Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: Bella Barrie
To: All
Date Posted: 05:54:40 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: adsl-wan-217-154-29-181.mistral.co.uk at 217.154.29.181

Message:
I don’t think Sierra Leoneans are stupid, but rather easy to manipulate. However we are slowly picking up soon or later politicians will realise that, we will no longer be a ‘Soft Touch’. My advice to all Sierra Leoneans is to Vote for the right candidate regardless of ethnicity, religious belief, bribery etc.


Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: MUSKAY
To: All
Date Posted: 15:39:41 04/22/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: luna.hypair.net at 194.50.180.4

Message:
I support you my brother.We haven,t got a leader who has the country in heart.Kabbah as you have indicated,he is a Guinean so the faith of the nation is not his concern.The tribes in Sierra-Leone especially the majority are to be held responsible.The foreigners are using our disunity to further plunder our beloved country.Also illiteracy and ignorancy played a major role,but I think Sierra-Leoneans are gaining awareness.


Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: Yaya Fanusie
To: All
Date Posted: 12:00:05 04/22/07 ()
Email Address: futatoro@gmail.com
Entered From: pool-71-166-128-124.washdc.east.verizon.net at 71.166.128.124

Message:
Masibo,
I do share your feeling of outrage about the political choices most Sierra Leoneans make but the decision to support the SLPP during the last two elections could not be viewed as irational or stupid because the surrounding circumstances made it the only logical choice for the voters. Since the restoration of multiparty democracy and with the SLPP and President Kabbah endowed with legitimater authority and power, the exercise of that legitimate authority and power has been very dissappionting to many Sierra Leoneans. I can predict that come July 28, 2007 the voters would act prudently and say no more SLPP AND BEREWA. Do not worry about ethnicity. All ethnic groups are pissed off at Kabbah-berewa and the SLPP. THE SIERRA LEONE ELECTORATE-VOTERS ARE NOT STUPID. It is the SLPP members and supporters like John Leigh are the stupid ones.
Yaya Fanusie


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Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: masibo
To: All
Date Posted: 04:38:43 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Thanks Mr Fanusie. I know we have serious and real people. But sadly, the majority of our people are stupid and selfish.
I am still waiting after July 28th to reconfirm my assertion that Sierra Leoneans are profoundly stupid.


Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: Sierra Leone
To: All
Date Posted: 08:20:27 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-24-127-131-140.hsd1.pa.comcast.net at 24.127.131.140

Message:
Does that mean if SLPP is returned to power, that confirms your hypothesis that Sierra Leoneans are stupid? If that is what you are thinking, then you are dead wrong.


Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: NAR U SABI
To: All
Date Posted: 05:46:36 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: host81-154-63-245.range81-154.btcentralplus.com at 81.154.63.245

Message:
NAR U SABI


Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: YOU GO SABI
To: All
Date Posted: 07:37:55 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
YOU GO SABI


Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: APC
To: All
Date Posted: 12:26:23 04/22/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-75-66-114-24.hsd1.tn.comcast.net at 75.66.114.24

Message:
The return of the GHOST.


Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 13:07:46 04/22/07 ()
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Message:
Yes Oh. You know whenever the BRAs disappear, we the small ones get edgy. Dr Fanusie how now?


Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: Yaya Fanusie
To: All
Date Posted: 01:43:04 04/23/07 ()
Email Address: futatoro@gmail.com
Entered From: pool-71-166-128-124.washdc.east.verizon.net at 71.166.128.124

Message:
Concerned:
I have been busy working on :United States of Africa- Town Hall Meetings planed for June, 2007. I will post infor later. visit www.wambara.com and you can find report their. All-African.com and the Ghanaian Chronicle July 19, 20, 21 I do not recall exact date.
Yaya Fanusie


Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: Cornelius
To: All
Date Posted: 12:07:40 04/22/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Yaya, given our diversity and Mr. Leigh still soldiering on and faithful to Mr. Berewa and against PMDC in particular, you should be grateful that they(PMDC) are going to steal a few votes from the SLPP - if there is a PMDC by July 20 that is.....
Now you are saying that if we were not all stupid, we would vote for the APC?
Don't address me, tackle John Leigh, if you can or if you dare.


Subject: Re: How stupid are Sierra Leoneans?
From: Saloneman
To: All
Date Posted: 05:08:31 04/22/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 195.24.223.154

Message:
By the way, who are you??Are you a Sierra Leonean too, or someone screamiong from a distance?
Anyway, whereever you are, you are welcome to Salone.
We have a nice Craseyard in Kissy, run by a very nice and sympathetic doctor -Dr Nahim.
You need his help.


Subject: DEAR AFRICANS
From: ANDREW DONAHUE
To: All
Date Posted: 18:47:09 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Dear Africans,
I have been asking the following question in every African chat room I visit.
Why is it that a lot of Africans living in the United States do not think of returning home? When I visit African sites, I see an educated people with lots of ideas. Why not return to Africa and build your countries? Why do some Africans spend the best part of their lives over here? Why not return home?
I hope to get honest answers to these questions.


Subject: Re: DEAR AFRICANS
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 21:05:12 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Andrew Donahue,

Perhaps for the same reason that many Irishmen like you, Italians, Poles, Russians, Swedes, Germans, Arabs, are still in the land of milk and honey.

Have got any honest answers to this question from the Irish Americans in Chicago and Philadelphia? If they lie to you the will most certainly go to confessions.

Your question is a good one.

Thanks for your concern.

Cornelius


Subject: Re: DEAR AFRICANS
From: Critical Thinker
To: All
Date Posted: 19:27:51 04/22/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: pool-71-174-131-235.bstnma.east.verizon.net at 71.174.131.235

Message:
You made me laugh. This is a good response.


Subject: Re: DEAR AFRICANS
From: COMEDIAN
To: All
Date Posted: 21:09:52 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: ac202-050.resnet.stonybrook.edu at 130.245.202.50

Message:
Bra Corn,

This is your best response ever. That was very funny.


Subject: Re: DEAR AFRICANS
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 22:16:34 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Sometimes the kettle accuses the pot of being black....but is tickled all the same.
I've also been asked occasionally, ”Why are you here?" and when I counter by asking ”Why are you here?" the question switches to " What are you doing in my country?"

Dr. Davidson Nicol once told me – it sounded like an accusation when he said it - and my wife was six feet away when he said, “ Cornelius, You are in another country" . Well he is not the foremost of Sierra Leone’s short story writers for nothing and he has been known to help each and every body that he possibly can.

That was in 1972 he said those words that I still reflect on. At that time, I had latched on to James Baldwin's Book by that name for more clues....but now I understand better; Bob Marley’s “Bad Card” came much later:

“Ah say you tire to see me face?
Can't get me out of the race.
Oh, man, you said I'm in your place” etc.

It is a well-meaning question; we have from time to time discussed the brain drain in this and other forums. The question demands what the questioner requires: an honest soul-searching can help transform an answer that comes from the head to considerations of the heart. It is also an important question for second generation Diaspora Sierra Leoneans whose connection with homeland may not be as strong as their parent’s by the third generation you’ll find people in the USA saying like Kunta Kintes, “My ancestors came from Africa”

It is universally agreed that home is where the heart is, and “there’s no place like home”. During the war I listened to Esher Phillips sing “Home is where the Hatred is”.

Everyone has his own personal tale about the sojourn in Egypt, but apart from personal commitments the Sierra Leone government which has so kindly extended the privilege of dual nationality, will in the next phase offer incentives to make that return slightly more enticing, for those who lack the courage of commitment.

It’s also possible to help in a variety of ways, without being there on the spot, and your help does not have to be advertised. I’m impressed for 8instance by PK’s cassada farm, both the Jackie Tombo leaves and the ROOTS/tubers….


Subject: Re: DEAR AFRICANS
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 22:28:10 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-358472d5.01-32-73746f42.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se at 213.114.132.53

Message:
The JAMES bALDWIN BOOK IN QUESTION IS " ANOTHER COUNTRY"

There are back to Africa programmes or back to where the hear beats, like this one called ALIYAH


Subject: Re: DEAR AFRICANS
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 22:24:57 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
The jAMES bALDWIN BOO IN QUESTION IS " ANOTHER COUNTRY"

There are back to Africa or back to where the hear beats, like this one


Subject: YET ANOTHER DEFECTION FROM PMDC
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 16:05:54 04/21/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
I received the following e-mail from my man in Kenema:

"P.M.D.C. STRONG CHAIRLADY DEFECT TO SLPP AND MORE OTHERS IN KENEMA DISTRICT

"As election is coming nearer dramatic changes continue to take place in some of the political party headquarters. The most historical event that took place the other day is when the strong PMDC Chairlady Madam Agnes crossed over to SLPP with over hundred (100) followers. This sudden defection is a complete set back to PMDC in Kenema and also there are defections in other parts of the country.

"Kenema District still maintained it’s score for the SLPP and by the time we get nearer to election, I hope you will see that the same thing is going all over the country."

Enjoy. - JL


Subject: Re: YET ANOTHER DEFECTION FROM PMDC
From: LOW GRADE SAN SAN
To: All
Date Posted: 14:38:24 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
I received the following e-mail from my man in Kenema:

Oh Boy Leigh! He is definitely one of your men who were "BIGGIN YOU UP" in Makeni. Telling you everything was safe and that you will win the "LEADERSHIP" with your one hand firmly placed inside your back pocket.

The most historical event that took place the other day is when the strong PMDC Chairlady Madam Agnes crossed over to SLPP with over hundred (100) followers.

Come on John, you of all people should not fall for this. Because there is a big DIFFERENCE between DECLARING and some one actually voting you on the day. There are many reasons why some body would make such a declaration. As you are such a shrewd politician i dont need to offer you an explaination. You had over hundred (100) HANGERS ON before the "CONBENTION" But how Many of them showed up for you when you really needed them? ZILCH! DONDO! NADAH! KOKO!

Boy Leigh, I hate repeating myself but you are still in POLITICAL DIAPERS.

Good luck to you and you DEFECTORS. NAH POLLING DAY DEN GO DEFECT FROM OONA. JUST LEK HOW DEN DEFECT FROM YOU EN LEF YOU WAN NAR "WUSUM HILL"


Subject: Re: LOW GRADE SAN SAN DUMBO DUNCE
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 17:01:28 04/23/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
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Message:
"LOW GRADE SAN SAN, your handle is ironically metaphoric of the ingredients comprising the components of your mental constitution, and your contribution reminiscent of the altitude upon which the bearings of mediocre minds operate." - Forum Administration

More need not be said. - Goodbye. -JL


Subject: Re: YET ANOTHER DEFECTION FROM PMDC
From: Concerned 2
To: All
Date Posted: 05:48:04 04/22/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 144.226.173.69

Message:
John Leigh, is there any other topic, besides politics, you can contribute to or start a conversation from?


Subject: Re: YET ANOTHER DEFECTION FROM PMDC
From: Waraba
To: All
Date Posted: 12:07:51 04/22/07 ()
Email Address: futatoro@gmail.com
Entered From: pool-71-166-128-124.washdc.east.verizon.net at 71.166.128.124

Message:
Concerned 2,
I am a political foe of John Leigh but I want him to stay healthy. For Leigh to undertake caterories outside politics would result into a nervous breakdown for mr.leigh. For his continued good health boh just tolerate een one gear drive shift. Wi pipul dem don suffer a lot include John so doya leff am pan een one gear driving.
Waraba


Subject: Re: YET ANOTHER DEFECTION FROM PMDC
From: marco
To: All
Date Posted: 12:23:07 04/22/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
JL says this is a delicate time and he is on a mission. To make the SLPP continue the good work for all salone people.


Subject: Re: YET ANOTHER DEFECTION FROM PMDC
From: Leigh's best friend
To: All
Date Posted: 08:19:05 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 208.41.8.154

Message:
John Leigh is that another pronouncement from you? Because you are good in making pronouncements...is this guy pysically and mentally fit to make a transfer to SLPP? I was told yesterday that you are now the party's psyhchiatrist and pepe doctor. So when will Berewa be physically and mentally fit to defect to PMDC.
John Leigh's best friend


Subject: Re: YET ANOTHER DEFECTION FROM PMDC
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 17:38:49 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
By the time we get into JULY, that party will have only Charles Maggai, Probably Tejan-Jalloh,Disbared Lawyer and Munku JUSU.


Subject: Re: YET ANOTHER DEFECTION FROM PMDC
From: Overconcern
To: All
Date Posted: 15:31:08 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
No, they will also have me. That will make four and still counting. No?
Overconcern


Subject: Re..King loggy........Sanitation solutions
From: KLA
To: All
Date Posted: 13:26:57 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:

First and foremost, you get rid of a do-nothing government that cannot enforce a decree because the
next election might slip away"....LOGGY

True talk indeed. Governments must deliver Basic services to their constituents. One would think that a clean and healthy city should be a plus for politicians.

'Now, how about you and I get into the business of purchasing portable coin-operated toilets and install as many as possible in Freetown? You know we can make mega Leones not only for ourselves but for many diamint peddlers and petty traders roaming Freetown these days urinating in courtyards"....LOGGY

THIS IS the clincher Loggy! Private sector Solutions to wide open opportunities,where conditions on the Ground permit. This is a doable deal, with more due dilligence on the legal and risk exposures OF SUCH A VENTURE!!

"Chances are there is someone who can pay us to deliver to them tons of feces for a price. All's good for the environment isn't it? ".....Loggy

Oh Man, you are right on the Money!!This must be EARTH
WEEK. In the GREEN scheme of thought,...WASTE not,want not. Sanitized Human waste converted to fertilizers for use in the agricultural chain, makes perfect sense. Hello FBC and the Salone science community.....

"As far as enforcement is concerned, once the public has been educated about the effects of unsanitary behaviors, government must not complain....government must set examples with fines and imprisonments where necessary."...loggy

Amen on that. This exchange demonstrates that there are solutions to some our vexing problems.

tstm
xx




Subject: Time to go, Mr. Wolfowitz
From: Researcher
To: All
Date Posted: 22:22:05 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:

World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz is embroiled in scandal. A controversy surrounding the treatment given his girlfriend, another World Bank employee, has damaged Mr. Wolfowitz's credibility and that of the institution he heads. Mr. Wolfowitz may gain approval to stay on, but continuing in his post would be a mistake if he truly believes in the bank's mission.

Mr. Wolfowitz went to the World Bank after serving four years as the U.S. deputy secretary of defense, the number two in the Pentagon. While Mr. Wolfowitz was one of the intellectual architects of the Iraq war, he also served as ambassador to Indonesia and has had a long-standing interest in development issues.

Scandal has erupted over the role Mr. Wolfowitz played in arranging a temporary post at the State Department for his girlfriend -- who also works at the bank -- that involved promotions and high pay raises. The particulars of the deal were arranged by Mr. Wolfowitz in violation of the World Bank's personnel policies. At first, Mr. Wolfowitz denied any role in the favorable treatment, but later conceded involvement, and admitted to having made mistakes in handling the issue.

Unfortunately for Mr. Wolfowitz, this controversy is only the most recent episode in what has been a very tumultuous tenure. His involvement in the Iraq war was worrisome for many observers and many World Bank employees, and his push to accelerate lending to Iraq and open a branch office in Baghdad was seen as an attempt to push the Bush administration's agenda. Others argued that the Iraq lending program was an attempt to expiate his guilt. Either way, the effort was considered premature by many within the World Bank and suffered from a lack of qualified personnel; eventually the governing board agreed to a $ 500 million loan program but required regular updates, an unusual oversight provision.

In addition, the staff that Mr. Wolfowitz brought with him clashed with regular World Bank personnel. Their power and perquisites added to the friction and distrust among staffers. Finally, Mr. Wolfowitz has championed an anticorruption campaign among recipients of World Bank loans that has worried many donors. They are concerned that it will politicize the institution. Many at the bank and in the aid community see overly intrusive lending conditions as impinging on the sovereignty of recipient governments. For them, the World Bank's mission is alleviating poverty; the anticorruption program is an attempt to impose a particular form of governance on recipient countries and represents the imposition of an ideological agenda on the institution. For these critics, focusing on corruption risks diluting the bank's primary mission. As a result, the bank's governors last year rejected Mr. Wolfowitz's original plan; chastened, he revised the plan and has appointed someone to make a strategic review of bank operations.

It is hard to argue against greater accountability and ensuring that money intended for national development is not being pocketed by the officials of recipient governments. The problem of course is that Mr. Wolfowitz is no longer in a position to demand such transparency and accountability.

Last weekend, finance officials from the World Bank and member governments issued a communique expressing "great concern" about the bank's future. That time was spent discussing Mr. Wolfowitz's status and its impact on the institution -- rather than bank lending -- is one indication that the scandal is having an impact. Worse, however, is the recognition that the World Bank's credibility has been damaged as a result. As the grandees explained, "The current situation is of great concern to all of us. We have to ensure that the bank can effectively carry out its mandate and maintain its credibility and reputation as well as motivation of the staff." While that may read like a normal statement of concern, among diplomats, it is the equivalent of a slap across the face.

Mr. Wolfowitz maintains that he can do the job. After the development committee issued its statement, he replied that he continues to "believe in the mission of this organization and I believe that I can carry it out." The United States and some member governments -- including some African nations -- are still behind him. Others, including European allies, have lost the faith.

His future is likely to be decided by politics -- in particular, relations between the U.S. and Europe. But great damage has been done. Mr. Wolfowitz's lack of judgment is a distraction and a damning indication. How can the world's lending institution demand higher standards from its loan recipients than it does from its top executive? If Mr. Wolfowitz believes in the World Bank's mission, then he should step down to eliminate the cloud that now hangs over the institution.


Subject: Re: Time to go, Mr. Wolfowitz
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 10:08:30 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Researcher i was listening on CNN and the call for Wolf to go is coming from the Europeans and that the US an the African delegates are highly supporting him. If this is true then we are doomed. When will we taken a stand on ethics? The man did something wrong, and our people think otherwise.


Subject: Re: Time to go, Mr. Wolfowitz
From: Researcher
To: All
Date Posted: 11:30:10 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Africa and the US have little to offer when it comes to moral integrity.
The US was born out of European standards and the US still has a long way to go in adapting to and adopting them.
It's the same politics of American double standards that Wofowitz took with him to the World Bank, but I think the Europeans should to draw the line.


Subject: Re: Time to go, Mr. Wolfowitz
From: Concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 12:14:07 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Mohm did mention this Wolfowitz wahala sometime this month and some people were sceptical about his story.
Researcher do you have any records on the progress of countries that are not participating in the world bank programs/loans/grants? And how do you compare them to those countries that are currently participating?


Subject: Re: Time to go, Mr. Wolfowitz
From: Researcher
To: All
Date Posted: 08:30:18 04/22/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
That's good question and can perhaps be better dealt with by Mohm.


Subject: Senegal: Journalist sentenced to prison
From: CPJ
To: All
Date Posted: 20:57:46 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: ac202-050.resnet.stonybrook.edu at 130.245.202.50

Message:
Senegal: Journalist sentenced to prison
- Thursday 19 April 2007.

New York, April 18, 2007-A court in the capital, Dakar, handed a prison sentence and heavy damages against a tabloid director on criminal defamation charges over a story trumpeting an alleged high-profile corruption scandal, according to local journalists and news reports.

Ndiogou Wack Seck of the private, pro-government daily Il Est Midi was sentenced to six months in prison and ordered to pay damages of 40 million CFA francs (US$41,000), according to the same sources. Seck was barred from working as a journalist for three months and his paper was banned from publication for the same period. Neither the journalist nor a defense lawyer was present in court. Seck is now the target of an arrest warrant.

“We condemn the continued use of criminal defamation laws to jail journalists for their work,” said CPJ Executive Director Joel Simon. “We reiterate our appeal to President Abdoulaye Wade to honor his 2004 pledge to decriminalize defamation.”

The ruling stemmed from a complaint filed by state counsel Ousmane Sèye and Alex Ndiaye, director of the private station Xew-xew FM and a Wade supporter, in connection with a November 14, 2006 story, according to private daily L’Observateur. The story alleged impropriety by Sèye and Ndiaye over their roles in the government’s February 2006 release from prison of embattled former prime minister Idrissa Seck, according to CPJ research. Idrissa Seck was freed suddenly and without explanation after seven months in prison on corruption charges, according to international news reports.

Ndiogou Wack Seck is one of at least three journalists harassed, prosecuted, or jailed for stories linked to the ex-prime minister scandal, according to CPJ research. In 2005, police summoned veteran political commentator Abdou Latif Coulibaly and several other journalists over alleged ties to Seck. In February 2006, director Moustapha Sow of the private newspaper L’Office was sentenced to prison and jailed four months later over a story linked to the scandal. He was paroled after two weeks in prison.

Senegalese authorities have continuously used a provision of the Senegalese penal code to prosecute defamation matters, despite a 2004 presidential pledge to ban criminal sanctions for press offenses, according to CPJ research. Last month, two journalists with the private daily Walf Grand-Place were handed suspended prison terms on defamation charges over a story on a consumer complaint against a car dealership.

CPJ is a New York-based, independent, nonprofit organization that works to safeguard press freedom worldwide.


Subject: Mumbo Tombo Dumbo Munkus
From: Poll
To: All
Date Posted: 18:08:17 04/20/07 ()
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Speaking about Mumbo Tombo Dumbo Munkus, which political party really, more than any other, is infested with them?


Subject: Re: Mumbo Tombo Dumbo Munkus
From: concerned.
To: All
Date Posted: 20:17:13 04/20/07 ()
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Entered From: c-75-66-114-24.hsd1.tn.comcast.net at 75.66.114.24

Message:
PMDC has more.


Subject: Re: Mumbo Tombo Dumbo Munkus
From: RUBBER DUCK
To: All
Date Posted: 05:33:00 04/21/07 ()
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Message:
Yea They are all KUNUMUNU TONTOS
Duck


Subject: Re: Mumbo Tombo Dumbo Munkus
From: Cornelius
To: All
Date Posted: 11:03:56 04/22/07 ()
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Entered From: c-358472d5.01-32-73746f42.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se at 213.114.132.53

Message:
Super-Oyibo-muzungu-negros & Kunumunu tontoes says the five star general of the true Lion Leonenet


Subject: Re: Mumbo Tombo Dumbo Munkus
From: RUBBER DUCK
To: All
Date Posted: 17:29:54 04/22/07 ()
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Entered From: host81-132-252-106.range81-132.btcentralplus.com at 81.132.252.106

Message:
YEA, GREAT MAN ABK-5


Subject: SIERRA LEONE PROBLEM
From: DOCTOR GBORIE
To: All
Date Posted: 17:54:32 04/20/07 ()
Email Address: jadalie@sierratel.sl
Entered From: 219-88-16-73.dialup.xtra.co.nz at 219.88.16.73

Message:
We have educated Sierra Leoneans living abroad who are bent on supporting the SLPP failed system at all cost. They want our people to continue living in the dark ages, in conditions that they would never allow their children to experience. If they ever thought of going back home, they want to return as Ministers or heads of government parastatals or government influenced positions where they can enjoy similar status.With this type of attitude, SL will never progressed because sycophancy and self-interest has shrouded the national interest. No wonder the white people lack respect for us because our leaders beg from them and share the money among the few, while their people perish. Some people in the West even think Africans still live in trees. Their fault?


Subject: Re: SIERRA LEONE PROBLEM
From: ok dok
To: All
Date Posted: 23:38:16 04/22/07 ()
Email Address: okdok@yahoo.com
Entered From: wnpgmb11dc1-161-174-96.dynamic.mts.net at 142.161.174.96

Message:
Dr, can you be the change you want sierra leone to be?


Subject: Re: SIERRA LEONE PROBLEM
From: M.KAMARA
To: All
Date Posted: 16:03:47 04/22/07 ()
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Entered From: luna.hypair.net at 194.50.180.4

Message:
Dok,you said it all.Even slavery and colonialism succeeded because some Africans connived with the Europeans to humiliate our race which is has affected,still affecting and will affect us.We still have those elements in Africa and in the diaspora.I am not surprise to see people spending money and time to support a failed party and a so call president.This is simply tribal connection and not for the good of the country


Subject: Re: SIERRA LEONE PROBLEM
From: Albert Moinina
To: All
Date Posted: 22:00:08 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 218.248.0.180

Message:
THANK YOU DR. YOU SAID IT ALL AND I WILL NOT AGREE MORE.


Subject: Re: SIERRA LEONE PROBLEM
From: RUBBER DUCK
To: All
Date Posted: 05:37:46 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: host86-142-43-78.range86-142.btcentralplus.com at 86.142.43.78

Message:
YOU WILL AGREE TO ANYTHING THAT IS AGAINST THE SLPP


Subject: Re: SIERRA LEONE PROBLEM
From: chez Winakabs Europe
To: All
Date Posted: 19:08:48 04/20/07 ()
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Entered From: host217-44-108-229.range217-44.btcentralplus.com at 217.44.108.229

Message:
Not their fault, but ours!! We are all guilty of neglect! SLPP has only been in power for ten years and these years have been marred with troubles and a government of unity (all inclusive). Please giv ethe real SLPP, under the captainship of Berewa, to conduit our affairs. He will makesure we reach the status of that which you dream of!


Subject: Re: No More Chances Chez
From: M. Alieu Iscandari Esq
To: All
Date Posted: 05:16:39 04/21/07 ()
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Entered From: cache-los-ae04.proxy.aol.com at 195.93.21.132

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Please giv ethe real SLPP, under the captainship of Berewa, to conduit our affairs.

Da marrade way geh for sweet nar from d e bahelors eve you go know. Bra de bachelors eve don cam en we don no say dis marrade nor go sweet now nar for mek we fen new porsin nar we life.


Subject: Re: SIERRA LEONE PROBLEM
From: Albert Moinina
To: All
Date Posted: 22:02:16 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 218.248.0.180

Message:
"under the captainship of Berewa"

He is already Vice Captain and we saw nothing of his contribution hiding behind his master. There can be no excuse for this failure.


Subject: Re: SIERRA LEONE PROBLEM
From: Problem Buster
To: All
Date Posted: 05:15:10 04/22/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 195.24.223.154

Message:
Mr JE Leigh seems to have all the answers for our problems.He has good and preconcieved knowledge about Medical sciences, about power generation,about law,about coup, about rebels,about APC, ....about everything.I think SLPP made a big mistake, by preventing him from serving sweet Salone, as President.


Subject: Re: SIERRA LEONE PROBLEM
From: MUNKU JUSU
To: All
Date Posted: 18:15:33 04/20/07 ()
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Entered From: ac202-050.resnet.stonybrook.edu at 130.245.202.50

Message:
The last time I checked, munkus from overseas are the PMDc's parliamentary candidates. Moijueh Kaikai, Sowa, Mohamed Bangura and a host of others were all hustlers in babylon. Now they want tio be MPs. Aye Bob Jusu, when did you become Doctor Gborie. You are a mad man. You need help. Even Mumbo Tombo Dumbo wants to be VP in salone running away from Mary Land. I wonder why th heck your VP candidateis an SLpp man and a failed minister?


Subject: Re: SIERRA LEONE PROBLEM
From: M. ALIEU ISCANDARI ESQ
To: All
Date Posted: 05:19:21 04/21/07 ()
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"an SLpp man and a failed minister?"

He is not the only one. Name me one SLPP appointee who is not a failed Minister. Add all the failed SLPP appointments together and wht we get is a FAILED ADMINISTRATION


Subject: Liberia: Donor Fatigue Threatening DDR Process
From: UN Integrated Regional Information Networks
To: All
Date Posted: 12:48:51 04/20/07 ()
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Liberia: Donor Fatigue Threatening DDR Process









UN Integrated Regional Information Networks

April 20, 2007
Posted to the web April 20, 2007

Monrovia

Thousands of disarmed former fighters from Liberia's 14 year civil war are still roaming the country without training or reintegration into society, threatening Liberia's chances of future stability, the head of the Liberian government's disarmament and reintegration commission warned on Thursday.

"It is very important that the 23,000 ex-combatants based on the data available to the commission should be trained. If this is not done, it will pose a very high security risk to the peace of this country," Jarvis Witherspoon, head of the National Commission on Disarmament, Demobilization, Rehabilitation and Reintegration (NCDDRR) said at a press conference.


A United Nations commissioned independent nation-wide survey of ex-combatants reintegration conducted last year recommended a continuation of a skills training programs for those who are yet to benefit.

"There is a major risk of leaving behind a very vulnerable grouping of ex-combatants - those who have disarmed and demobilised, but have yet to receive training," the survey said. It recommended that "international intervention should ensure the continuation of the program."

Witherspoon blamed the lack of skills training for the remaining former fighters on a curtailment of donor funding. "The commission has realised that... a sense of donor fatigue developed when it comes to support to have these 23,000 ex-combatants trained," he said.

The commission wants US$18 million dollars to embark on the provision of skill training for those remaining fighters.

At the start of the disarmament in Liberia, cash benefits of US$300 were given each disarmed and demobilised former fighter. They were allowed to chose which form of training they would prefer either academic or vocational skills development.

At the end of the country-wide disarmament program in November 2004, official statistics from the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) which supervised the exercise reported that 101,495 fighters were disarmed and demobilised.

But so far, only 75,000 of the former fighters have been placed in donor-funded training programs to learn skills like plumbing, carpentry, and masonry. Others have been enrolled in secondary schools and other higher learning institutes. A further 3,500 are enrolled in programs that are yet to start.

The reintegration and rehabilitation of ex-combatants, which was previously controlled by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) was handed over to the NCDDRR earlier this month.


Subject: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Albert Moinina
To: All
Date Posted: 10:50:03 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 221.134.36.90

Message:
CULLED FROM COCORIOKO

INCONSISTENT POWER SUPPLY HITS FREETOWN


By Joseph Kamanda

The much- publicized government street lights , reinstalled last December, have appeared to be no more than a mere Christmas show. Light on the main streets of Freetown were restored just before Xmas. . For quiet some time now , however, the light at Pademba Road, Siaka Stevens Street, Peterson Zochonis (PZ) and parts of Wilberforce Street have not been lighted for a whole night.


Though it scared criminals at PZ, when street lights were reinstalled last year , the bread- and -butter question posed by most people was how can an outdoor power system only supply for ten hours per day. Now as blackouts have been restored to the commercial nerve centre of Freetown , criminalss of all brands have already taken stands at isolated locat1ons a bit far away from the round about.. Up to the time of posting this story, Kissy Road, Pademba Road, Abacha Street, Wilberforce and Siaka Stevens Streets were dark and commuters now hardly answered cell phones at the PZ area for fear of being grabbed by phone snatchers.


Police are seen around the PZ turntable at daytime to prevent pick- pocketing but show less physical presence at night .Notwithstanding the fearful dark round about, petty traders are there selling fast food amidst thieves and purported night duty personnel


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: SLPP WAN POT
To: All
Date Posted: 11:09:07 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: cache-rtc-ae10.proxy.aol.com at 152.163.101.14

Message:
Where are the SLPP fanatics and liars who were dancing about electricity in Freetown?


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 11:15:30 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 67.63.2.157

Message:
"For quiet some time now , however, the light at Pademba Road, Siaka Stevens Street, Peterson Zochonis (PZ) and parts of Wilberforce Street have not been lighted for a whole night".
There is still light. Ten hours of electricity(Street Light) is better than nothing. we did not promise twenty-four hours. Now we will get twenty-four when Bumbuna becomes fully operational.
So Oman bear we yah. Nar small small


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 11:39:09 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"There is still light. Ten hours of electricity(Street Light) is better than nothing. we did not promise twenty-four hours. Now we will get twenty-four when Bumbuna becomes fully operational."

So, the APC in the 1970s and 1980s and the NPRC in the 1990s had Bumbuna when it had electricity provided to homes, not just street lights?

You SLPP apologists lack any sense of responsibility. Instead of the people of Salone listening to your pathetic apology of an excuse "Omann bear we yah" they should kick you and your incompetent, corrupt and unpatriotic SLPP misfits out of the seat of poer and replace them with sober Salone people.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 11:58:26 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 67.63.2.157

Message:
Like a technician who did not tear apart the unit, it is difficult to put it back together. It will be a painstakingly slow process but we will get there.
The people will decide as to how effective w have been so far.
Most of us in this forum will not vote nor do we possess any political capital to decide the outcome of the elections.
So nar hot air nor more man dem dae pull.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 12:12:01 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
"Like a technician who did not tear apart the unit, it is difficult to put it back together."

That is a convenient assumption you make to fool only yourselves. If you have evidence that someone other than the SLPP government presided over the deterioration of electricity supply to previously supplied homes under the APC and the NPRC -- not just a few street lights in Salone -- please let us know.

Otherwise, please spare us the pathetic lies perfected by SLPP apologists in a futile ploy to hide their corrupt SLPP party's unprecedented incompetence.

As for your quip about most of us on this forum not voting, how do you know that? The same way you know that the SLPP did not ruin the NPRC record of providing electricity to homes in Salone?

You and your unpatriotic lying SLPP cabal are traitors to the people of Salone. You deserve to be kicked out of power by theose same victims of your corrupt party.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 12:26:12 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 67.63.2.157

Message:
"If you have evidence that someone other than the SLPP government presided over the deterioration of electricity supply to previously supplied homes under the APC and the NPRC -- not just a few street lights in Salone -- please let us know".
There are homes getting elcectricity in Freetown. They might not get twenty-four hours but they are getting light.
Blackout in salone is as old as APC. Electricity problem is not an SLPP created problem. Electricity rashoning has always been around so do not make it an SLPP issue.
I remember in the eighties when i was in Primary school in Moyamba, we will go without power supply for months and whenever there is electricity we will hear jubilation all over the TOWN. Who was in Power then?



Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 13:53:21 04/20/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-mtc-aa04.proxy.aol.com at 64.12.116.8

Message:
When SLPP left power in 1966, Freetown and all the major provincial towns -Bo, Kenema, Moyamba, Bonthe, Makeni, Koidu, Kambia, Kabala, Port Loko, Kamakwei, Lungi, etc., etc. all had electric generating power stations supplying electricity to the local inhabitants.

APC allowed the system to collapse.

During President Momoh's tenure, there were periods of up to six months at a time when the entire Freetown would be without a flicker of electricty except for owners of private generators.

The problem today in SLeone with the shortage of electricity are threefold:

1. APC/AFRC left generating machinery to corrode and expire. The Kabbah Administration has been repairing and adding new machinery but supply is still short because of the situation in items 2 and three below.

2. The government does not have enough financial resources to expand the supply infrastructure because of lack of funding or tax revenues. Under Siaka Stevens and Joseph Momoh, APC had expelled all the tax-paying European firms doing business in SLeone and turned over local commerce to businessmen that bribe government officials in order to avoid paying taxes. The Kabbah Administration is working to solve this problem

3. The demand for electricity today is also probably 3 or 4 times higher than during the APC/AFRC days because the Freetown population is severely swollen. This makes it even harder to meet demand.

Allowing SLeone's power supply infrastrure to degrade during its 26 years in office was merely one of the many failings of the APC KDDA tribal hegemonists and their glutinous, wasteful Ekutay poverty spreaders.

There is no doubt that power supply needs to increase substantially in order to meet demand. But turning the government over to the APC is not the solution. The requisite leadership for nation-building is simply not there. Than you. - JL


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Engineer
To: All
Date Posted: 06:05:12 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 196.202.238.172

Message:
FACTS ARE STRANGER THE JL'S FICTIONS.
1.APC was overthrown in 1992, and NPRC provided Electricity round the clock till 1996.

2.AFRC/RUF also provided 24 hours electricity.By the way, how does a generator expire??

3.Demand of Electricity is not 3-4 times higher, because the tariff is prohibitive.As compared to 1996, the deman is only 60%

4.To be fair to SLPP Govt, they have admitted, not once or twice, that they have failed to improve the Power sector.If Govt admits their shortcoming, why should non-government figures open their big mouth in defence.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 09:35:22 04/21/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
The NPRC never provided electricity year-round around the clock. When NPRC officials get upset at people they execute civilians without trial. SLPP has to go by Due Process of Law.

The NPRC did not have to cope with war destruction and cope with an overpopulated Freetown.

The NPRC did not have to cope with the AFRC/RUF coupligan destruction.

The AFRC skimped on regular maintenance and accummulated huge debts for fuel. SLPP had to pay those debts.

Demand is three to four times higher through crooked means (bypassing meters). Also, people are not paying their light bills thus strapping the electric company.

Please get the facts right by going beyond the surface. And there is no point talking trash or cussing or proving you are rude. Let's debate in a sensible and civilized manner. We'll all be better for it. Thank you. - JL


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: LIAR
To: All
Date Posted: 10:43:37 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"The NPRC never provided electricity year-round around the clock. When NPRC officials get upset at people they execute civilians without trial. SLPP has to go by Due Process of Law."

Leigh, stop lying! The NPRC provided light where the SLPP has provided only darkness. If you can't admit the truth, at least, stop bringing irrelevancies into the discussion of the SLPP's pathetic record of failure in Sa Lon.

Was it the NPRC which executed innocent Sa Lone people under the SLPP leader, Solomon Berewa's kangaroo court where he was the Attorney General and Minister of Justice at the same time?

Your shameful attempts to recover your bribes to the SLPP's immoral leaders like Berewa, the Bumpe Kikker, are tatering what's left of your sullied reputation, John Leigh!


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Munku
To: All
Date Posted: 04:19:28 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 196.202.238.172

Message:
Dem say, sometimes you must keep quiet and let people assume that you are a fool, than speak up, and make it so obvious.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: NPRC
To: All
Date Posted: 17:42:27 04/20/07 ()
Email Address: jadalie@sierratel.sl
Entered From: 219-88-16-73.dialup.xtra.co.nz at 219.88.16.73

Message:
Bra Leigh:

Everything odd happening in SL today was created by APC, when the same APC guys that destroyed Sierra Leone are the ones you are wining and dining with today in your beloved SLPP. Think of Sheku Sesay, Joe Jackson, pa Morlai Siddon, Michael Abdulai, Daramy Rogers, Shirley Gbujama, Joe Amara Bangalie (APC/AFRC), Abass Bundu (APC/AFRC),Philip Faboe, not to mention Sama Banya, JB Dauda, Sana Marah, Late MK Suma.And AFRC Allieu Kamara, Gibril Massaquoi, Eldred Collins, Late Colonel Sabbah and others like Brig Nelson Williams that you have even awarded for aiding and abetting the AFRC coup.

Mr. Leigh, if your memory could serve well, between APC and SLPP, did NPRC not provide power reliably in Freetown for the rest of their tenure?

Did President Kabbah not say in October last year that NPA Machines had no technical problems, but the problem lies with administrative officers who siphon money meant for fuel? What has he done about them? When shall we keep blaming people for our own recklessness?

True that your blind support for BEREWA TO GET BACK YOUR MONEY HAS FOGGED YOUR MEMORY.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 09:46:54 04/21/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
Some of the APC transplants in SLPP are a little embarrassment to some people but what can you do? The party is open to everyone. Some joined because they smell victory. Others were invited to help extend the party's reach. The hope is that they will cleanse themselves of the APC KDDA/Ekutay ways or be cleansed of them. It takes time. SLPP can't execute civilians.

The price of fuel for generating electricity has substantially increased since NPRC days.

The NPRC never provided electricity year-round around the clock. When NPRC officials get upset at people they execute civilians without trial. SLPP has to go by Due Process of Law. This takes time.

The NPRC did not have to cope with war destruction and cope with an overpopulated Freetown. Those huge cost-factors were not in front of the NPRC.

The NPRC did not have to cope with the AFRC/RUF coupligan destruction.

The AFRC skimped on regular maintenance and accummulated huge debts for fuel. SLPP had to pay those debts.

Demand is three to four times higher through crooked means (bypassing meters). Also, people are not paying their light bills thus strapping the electric compay

Please get the facts right by going beyond the surface. And there is no point talking trash or cussing or proving you are rude. Let's debate in a sensible and civilized manner. We'll all be better for it. Thank you. - JL


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: ADVICE
To: All
Date Posted: 11:30:21 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"Some of the APC translplants are a little embarrassment to some people but what can you do?"

Tell the truth, that's what you can do, instead of lying about the SLPP's record of deceit, corruption and incompetence.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Nar True
To: All
Date Posted: 07:57:51 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"Mr. Leigh, if your memory could serve well, between APC and SLPP, did NPRC not provide power reliably in Freetown for the rest of their tenure? ... True that your blind support for BEREWA TO GET BACK YOUR MONEY HAS FOGGED YOUR MEMORY."

That is the only reason for John Leigh's lies, name-calling, and other rudeness on this forum. But the selfish liar would never admit that his selfishness is the reason why he is betraying his own country.


Subject: Re: SLPP LET LIGHT BUT MET DARKNESS
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 09:57:22 04/21/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
1. Some of the APC transplants in SLPP are a little embarrassment to some people but what can you do?

The party is open to everyone. Some joined because they smell victory. Others were invited to help extend the party's reach. The hope is that they will cleanse themselves of the APC KDDA/Ekutay ways or be cleansed of them. It takes time. SLPP can't execute civilians.

2. Berewa never offered to repay government debt to me whereas the first thing Margai said to me when we talked about joining forces in Makeni was "Considered your debt paid. The first thing I'll do when ar win is to pay you in full".

And was I impressed with such a promise? NO. My concerns are for nation-building, not personal benefits.

Please get the facts right instead of jumping to comclusions that have no factual basis. Cussing, trash talking, vulgarisms, rudeness, etc. have a tendency to come back and bite you. Take care. - JL


Subject: Re: SLPP LET LIGHT BUT MET DARKNESS
From: LIAR
To: All
Date Posted: 10:28:47 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
"Berewa never offered to repay government debt to me whereas the first thing Margai said to me when we talked about joining forces in Makeni was "Considered your debt paid. The first thing I'll do when ar win is to pay you in full".

John Leigh, when are you going to seek counselling for your chronic tendency to tell lies? You can't hide the fact that all you are interested in is lying about the SLPP's shameful record in an attempt to get back your bribe monies you had paid to the SLPP leaders?


Subject: Re: SLPP LET LIGHT BUT MET DARKNESS
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 10:32:16 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
How do you know he is lying. Where you a party to the conversation? Did you withness the exchange between Amb. Leigh and The Gambler?


Subject: Re: SLPP LET LIGHT BUT MET DARKNESS
From: LIAR
To: All
Date Posted: 10:49:03 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
First, Leigh's failure to provide credible evidence means he has failed to prove that he is not lying.

Moreover, his notorious reputation as a compulsive liar means that his word is not worth the paper it is written on.


Subject: Re: SLPP LET LIGHT BUT MET DARKNESS
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 11:02:28 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"First, Leigh's failure to provide credible evidence means he has failed to prove that he is not lying" Credible evidence? A discussion between two adults AMB and Gambler. What do you want a recording of the conversation? Bo mi man be considerate.
What do you think his motive will be for lying about such a thing happening? Just a concerned citizen...


Subject: Re: SLPP LET LIGHT BUT MET DARKNESS
From: LIAR
To: All
Date Posted: 11:07:52 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"What do you want a recording of the conversation? Bo
mi man be considerate."

Who's talking about a "recording?" I said, let Leigh provide a statement signed by any one o fthe persons who he claimed he told his self-serving "prediction."

Why? As I have already told you (and you don't like to hear), first, because Leigh is a notorious liar, as the archives here prove. Second, because Leigh is a liar, anything he says need s to be verified by independent sources.

I hope I won't have to repeat myself a second time.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Accountant General
To: All
Date Posted: 06:09:12 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 196.202.238.172

Message:
My office will never honour any fake bills, so let him forget about it.About time, start practicing or look for a job.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: MUNKU JUSU
To: All
Date Posted: 17:49:54 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: ac202-050.resnet.stonybrook.edu at 130.245.202.50

Message:
Bob,

The SLPP is responsible for all the mess in salone yet still, two failed former SLpP ministers are heading your party. Charley and Jalloh. Infact former NPA minister Toesman, Tiff Agriculture minister Harry Will are top members of the PMDC. Former APC deputy finance minister Fofanah joined PMDC last month in Kenema.

Mumbo Tombo Dumbo Munku former Grand Alliance member, PDP sobeh MP, former APC member was a strong contender for the vice presidency of your PMDC? Bob Jusu, please tell me the difference btw your darling PMDC and the others. You nar one munku villager.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Jusu Again
To: All
Date Posted: 17:46:12 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: ac202-050.resnet.stonybrook.edu at 130.245.202.50

Message:
Heym, Bob Jusu, borbor blow. How is New Zealand? You are one pathetic character.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: BEHAVE YOURSELF
To: All
Date Posted: 07:59:11 04/21/07 ()
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Message:
Please address only the issues -- not personalities.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 15:48:26 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"When SLPP left power in 1966, Freetown and all the major provincial towns -Bo, Kenema, Moyamba, Bonthe, Makeni, Koidu, Kambia, Kabala, Port Loko, Kamakwei, Lungi, etc., etc. all had electric generating power stations supplying electricity to the local inhabitants.

APC allowed the system to collapse."

John Leigh, even assuming that you are right, by that logic, the current SLPP administration of President Kabbah and VP Berewa can be held responsible fot the drastic deterioration of the electricity supply to Saloneans since the NPRC left and the SLPP took power in 1996.

Is there any reason (other than old age) why your memory stopped 40 years ago? Or is it your blind support for the corrupt and incompetent current SLPP admiministration?


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 16:52:39 04/20/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-rtc-ae10.proxy.aol.com at 152.163.101.14

Message:
It has nothing to do with my supposed old age or my supposed corrupt support for a supposedly corrupt party. It has to do with the facts.

I gave you three itemized reasons for the present shortage of electricity.

Please evaluate these and let forumites discuss this matter without rudeness, cuss, trash talk, vulgarisms, lies, etc. If we act this way, we'll be better off for doing so. Goodluck. - JL


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 06:35:44 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
" gave you three itemized reasons for the present shortage of electricity. Please evaluate these and let forumites discuss this matter..."

John Leigh, I am surprised at your failure to understand the obvious error in your "three itemized reasons for the present shortage of electricity."

Your so-called reasons are based on a false promise -- that the APC government of 15 years ago is responsible for the incompetence of the current SLPP government of misfits led by Kabbah and Berewa. That is simply false. And, as you should know by now, a false presmise leads to a false conclusion.

So, there is no need to "discuss this mater furthe" unless you come up with another "three itemized reasons for the shortage of electricity" which is based on facts -- instead of a blind suport of the corrupt, incompetent SLPP regime that has inflicted blackout, water shortage, food shortage, medicines shortagepoverty on Saloneans for the past 10 years of its unpatriotic maladministration.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 10:15:09 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Blame game, blame game, blame game. What are your solutions to the blackout issue in freetown(your Salone)? Do not give us your usual kick SLPP out- it will not happen.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 10:26:03 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
To solve Salone's problems caused by the SLPP kleptomaniac regime, one has only to remove its cause -- the corrupt, incompetent, unpatriotic SLPP.

It is that simple.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 10:34:36 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
No its not going to happen. Give us a realistic solution to the problem. Obviously some of you are experts in some of these areas.
A little insight can be beneficial for all of us.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 10:46:31 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
You have a solution and you don't like it -- because it involves kicking out the corrupt, incomeptent, unpatriotic SLPP you blindly support. That is how your unpatriotic SLPP leadersdestroyed Salone.

You are on your own in your chosen path of blind suport for a failed SLPP regime. Don't expect me to join you in your selfish, unpatriotic blindness.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 10:51:30 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
there is a saying: If you can't beat them, join them. Amadu-the PMDC will never beat us. So why not join us?
This time leave your corrupt tendencies behind and you will find a home in the SLPP.
By te way i am still waiting for a solution to the Black-out in Freetown( Salone)


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 10:53:37 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"So why not join us?"

Unlike you and your unpatriotic fellow blind SLPP suporters of the corrupt and incompetent SLPP leaders, Kabbah and Berewa, I don't join traitors of Salone.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 10:57:53 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-75-66-114-24.hsd1.tn.comcast.net at 75.66.114.24

Message:
Alright Amadu. What is your solution to,in the Short term,the electricity problem in freetown?
Do not give me SLPP must GO. We are the only way forward, the only way out.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 11:04:43 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Man, are you retarded or what? I have already told you the solution -- remove the corrupt SLPP and you will remove the current 10-year lond detyerioration of Salone into no light, no water, no no food, no medicines. What's so hard to understand about that simple statement?

Like someone said here the other day; There's none so blind as he who chooses not to see!"

No wonder you blind SLPP supporters blindly chose the corrupt and incompetent Berewa to continue your blindly-suported Kabbah's destruction of Saloneans' previously good life!


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 11:18:42 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-75-66-114-24.hsd1.tn.comcast.net at 75.66.114.24

Message:
There is a difference between a pychopath and a psychotic. You my friend is psychotic.
You ramble and do not give a solution to the problem.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 11:24:31 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
To a blind SLPP supporter, a solution to rid the country of the corrupt and incompetent SLPP misfits is unpleasant.

To patriotic Saloneans, it is music to their ears, signalling an end to their long suffering under the 10-year SLPP misrule typified by massive corruption and incompetence.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Steve
To: All
Date Posted: 15:23:57 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 208.41.8.154

Message:
I think what Sierra Leone really needs is someone who will not have to give us this genesis tens later. We are really tired of why our situation is worse than any country in the world. We really want solutions. We want someone to tell us how much better we are than many other countries. How better we are than we were ten years ago. We want someone to tell our kids that once upon a time, people will go for days in Sierra Leone without basic electricity, roads, drinking water, etc etc. Thats what we want. I am tired of the good old days. I want today to be better than yesterday. We have everything in this age that will create that situation. Come on John, how long are you guys going to spend time justifying our miserable situation by pointing fingers...nothing you said here is new. We have heard it all,. every successive government blames the former. We want something new.We really need men. We want our children to feel very sorry for us, for having lived these monstrous days..we want them to feel lucky for been born late. We really want that. Now tell us how that is going to happen without blaming people. If you cannot, then dont tell us something we are all too farmiliar with.
Steve


Subject: Re: SLPP LEFT LIGHT MET DARKNESS
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 16:59:34 04/20/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-rtc-ae10.proxy.aol.com at 152.163.101.14

Message:
Steve, we have to know where we are coming from before we can figure out correctly how to get to where we want to go. SLeone is a badly damaged society. It was damaged by SLeoneans with assist from abroad. We cannot ignore this fact and must work to avoid a repeatition.

I am participating in these debates to help explain in y humble experience how we got to where we are and how to go to where we wish to go to. Its a slow process. Thank you. - JL


Subject: Re: SLPP LEFT LIGHT MET DARKNESS
From: Truth
To: All
Date Posted: 06:43:04 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"I am participating in these debates to help explain in y humble experience how we got to where we are and how to go to where we wish to go to."

Mr. Leigh: Your record on this forum proves that your opinion about yourself above is contradicted by your actions.

Your record of lies about the SLPP's sorry record of no-electricity, no-water, no-medicines, no-jobs, and no-hope show that you -- like the SLPP -- are an enemy of progress in Sa Lon.

For you to misrepresent your selfish, blatant lies that you have been spreading about the "poverty-spreading" SLPP party exposes you as corrupt. Just like the corrupt SLPP you lie for.

You might fool yourself. But you can not fool sober, independent people. The faithful archives of cocorioko will guarantee that.


Subject: Re: SLPP LEFT LIGHT MET DARKNESS
From: KABS KANU
To: All
Date Posted: 17:43:01 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
And you are doing well,and I assure you of the protection of the COCORIOKO Newspaper and forum Board.


Subject: Re: SLPP LEFT LIGHT MET DARKNESS
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 10:05:59 04/21/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
Thank you very much, Rev. - JL


Subject: Re: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Advice
To: All
Date Posted: 10:31:56 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
John Leigh, rather than thanking the good rev. for being generous to all -- including liars like you -- why not come cleamn and admit your corruot motives for continuing to spread lies about your "poverty-spreding" SLPP masters -- Kabbah and Berewa?


Subject: Re: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 10:38:40 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-75-66-114-24.hsd1.tn.comcast.net at 75.66.114.24

Message:
""poverty-spreding" SLPP masters -- Kabbah and Berewa?" what was nature of the country when SLPP took over. Devastating. we are doing a heck of a job putting things together. You do not have the balls to admit our progress, but the people who matter will.


Subject: Re: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: ADVICE
To: All
Date Posted: 10:52:00 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"""poverty-spreding" SLPP masters -- Kabbah and Berewa?" what was nature of the country when SLPP took over."

Man, be serious. You have been told repeatedly here of the fact that there was lectricity in the homes of Salone people, runing water in their taps, medicines when they were sick BEFORE the SLPP transformed the lives of Salone people into one of greater and greater poverty.

Stop your selffish blind support of a failed SLPP party! It is unpatriotic


Subject: Re: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 10:55:19 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-75-66-114-24.hsd1.tn.comcast.net at 75.66.114.24

Message:
You have a speck in your eye and it is affecting your vision. I will not call you a liar, since i do not believe in categorizing ones i do not know, but will say you are far from the truth.


Subject: Re: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: ADVICE
To: All
Date Posted: 11:00:25 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"I will not call you a liar, since i do not believe in categorizing ones i do not know, "

I know Kabbah's record -- that is why I call him incompetent and corrupt. I know Berewa's record-- that is why I call him corrupt and incompetent. I know John Leigh's record -- that is why I call him a liar hell bent only on getting back his bribes from Kabbah and Berewa.

You, on the other hand are a blind SLPP suporter -- and that is why you can not see the SLPP's atrocious record of incompetence and corruption. So, I am not surprised that you refuse to call Kabbah and Berewa what they are -- corrput and incompetent misfits who have "spread poverty" to millions of Saloneans.


Subject: Re: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 11:12:55 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-75-66-114-24.hsd1.tn.comcast.net at 75.66.114.24

Message:
So is it fair to say that PMDC is full of liars? implied i mean. The Leader was a Minister of Internal affairs/ local government, he was an executive in the SLPP. the Duputy leader/ running-mate was a minister in the SLPP, a top advicer to the President, Mr TOES MAN-- Grant(I joined the PMDC because man get for eat.), a top man in te PMDC, Bami Thompson- a top man in the PMDC will not even get into his reason for being there. The list is long my friend, the list is very long.
Those that join the PMDc for a good cause are maginalized-Just ask Karamoh Kabbah a very bright mind.
The misfits of the SLPP are the Executives of the PMDC nar wah oh.


Subject: Re: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: ADVICE
To: All
Date Posted: 11:28:16 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
whether the PMDC is ful of liars is irrelevant to the SLPP's record of corruption and incompetence that has reduced Salone to the poorest nation on earth, depite tens of millions of foreign aid to the corrupt and incompetent SLPP regime of Kabbah and Berewa.

Unless you can show that the PMDC is the only alternative to ruling Salone, or that the alleged liars in the PMDC has a record of corruption and incompetence in ruining Salone that matches the unpatriotic SLPP's pathetic record over the past 10 years.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 12:30:41 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"There are homes getting elcectricity in Freetown. They might not get twenty-four hours but they are getting light."

The obvious question is: Is the electricity supply situation now better than it was before the SLPP government assumed power 10 years ago?

When you answer that question accurately, you will hopefully realize the pathetic nature of your apology of an excuse for the incompetent and corrupt SLPP you offered in your last reply.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 14:19:20 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 67.63.2.157

Message:
Are you blaming the SLPP for the blackout the country is facing? In the 70s,80s,and 90s did we have constant electricity?


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 15:52:36 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
The fact -- and it is a fact -- is that the current SLPP government has plunged Salone into the absolutely worst blackout in Salone's history as an electricity-consuming nation.

I hope you now understand the meaning of the word, worst. It means that no other government has done a worse job than the incompetent, corrupt and unpatriotic misfits in the SLPP who have been ruining our country for ther past 10 years.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 20:20:16 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-75-66-114-24.hsd1.tn.comcast.net at 75.66.114.24

Message:
LIAR. I am a Sierra leonean just like you. Grew up in the provinces and ended up in Freetown. So stop your gibrish-Garbage-mabaylah lie lie.Remember this: " Light don carrrrrrm" Do you? Or not?


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 06:24:53 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Your blind support for the corrupt, incompetent SLPP misfits has naturally blinded you to the darness that they have literally and figurated plunged our once great country.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 10:22:49 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-75-66-114-24.hsd1.tn.comcast.net at 75.66.114.24

Message:
Frustration- you are blocked from reaching your personal/selfish goal... The govenment has an accross the board development strategy. It is not only the Infastructure that needs upgrade. We have made progress but the only people who do not see it are those like yourself who could not find a place in the SLPP. You are wounded, hurt, and on a personal vendetta to discredit the good works of the Government.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 10:35:33 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
We have made progress but the only people who do not see it are those like yourself who could not find a place in the SLPP.

-----

Tell that to the children who were born during the currenct corrupt, incompetent regime of the unpatriotic SLPP, who have never enjoyed electricity, running water, good medical care, under your unpatriotic SLPP regime.

You and your pathologically selfish blind SLPP supporters are traitors to the people of Salone.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: An Innocent Sierra Leonean
To: All
Date Posted: 15:17:13 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 208.41.8.154

Message:
we definitely had a better situation..and in all fairness to development studies theorists, the situation should only be getting better. If it does not as it seems to be the case in Sierra leone, then we have a problem...a really Big problem.
Man let me tell you something, somebody else is going to be in charge of government ten years from now,m and they are going to use these same lame excuses to justify why we should start living in caves and thatch houses instead of having homes with corrugated zinc. Never justify one bad situation for another. If you cant make it better, then you are UNFIT TO RULE. Its the Law.
An Innocent Sierra Leonean


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Nat True
To: All
Date Posted: 15:54:12 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"If you cant make it better, then you are UNFIT TO RULE. Its the Law."

Therefore, the SLPP is unfit to rule Sa Lon.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Njai
To: All
Date Posted: 11:49:56 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: static-70-20-197-79.phil.east.verizon.net at 70.20.197.79

Message:
"..they should kick you and your incompetent, corrupt and unpatriotic SLPP misfits out of the seat of poer and replace them with sober Salone people."

Like who?

Follow Ups:



Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 12:14:40 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"..they should kick you and your incompetent, corrupt and unpatriotic SLPP misfits out of the seat of poer and replace them with sober Salone people."

Like who?'


Obviously, like President Tejan Kabbah, Vice President Solomon Berewa, corrupt SLPP ministers, their enabling corrupt civil servants and the latter's collaborators in the plunder of Salone's resources during the past decade of SLPP malfeasance.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Njai
To: All
Date Posted: 14:01:15 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
The next question is who will be the replacements and what is/are the proof/s that the replacements are not criminals themselves?


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Amadu Conteh
To: All
Date Posted: 15:59:52 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Since the current SLPP misfits are absolutely the worst bunch of corrupt people to ever run a government in Salone, there is a high likelihood that whoever replaces them who does not share their unpatriotic kleptomania would run the country better than the SLPP misfits.

There are many Saloneans who are capable of that. Many of them have established records of probity and competence, but they are out of politics. What is needed is for one of them to lead a political party and a team of patriotic Saloneans like him/her to run the country.

Until then, out of the current contestants, only one candidate does not have a record of service in the corrupt and incompetent administration of SLPP misfits. That is the APC's Ernest Koroma.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: TRUE TALK
To: All
Date Posted: 18:00:45 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 207.108.136.242

Message:
Who was Ernes Koroma to Siad Jamil? Was Jamil a criminial due to his criminal businesses in which Ernest was the managing director? Just asking.


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: Insurer
To: All
Date Posted: 06:15:38 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 196.202.238.172

Message:
If you really want to know, Ernest has nothing to Jamil Saiid.He worked wor Reliance Insurance Company,
as Technical Manager,where Jamil was a major shareholder.When Jamil fell out with Momoh,rest of the shareholders (names withheld),took everything Jamil had, thereby reducing him to a nothing


Subject: Re: SLPP PROMOTES DARK AGES? - FE FE LAMP
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 11:59:12 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 67.63.2.157

Message:
Damia leff am.


Subject: mallam Janneh blasts PMDC
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 10:05:13 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 67.63.2.157

Message:
janneh happens to be a founding member of the PMDC..


Subject: Re: mallam Janneh blasts PMDC
From: TEE
To: All
Date Posted: 20:08:51 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: 82-45-201-27.cable.ubr01.camd.blueyonder.co.uk at 82.45.201.27

Message:
The only reason why janneh left PMDC was, he was involve in scandal in relation to T-shirts. He was arrested, and was hoping for Margai to stand up for him. Margai told him that he Janneh has misappropriate the money and as such he should pay, as he will not condone such. SLPP members raised the money and paid for janneh.


Subject: FORUM BIG MOUTH BATTERED FOR IMPERSONATING JOHN LEIGH
From: GOOD RIDDANCE
To: All
Date Posted: 09:18:31 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: ool-44c29146.dyn.optonline.net at 68.194.145.70

Message:
Team Kanu (Kabs-Kanu, Moderator, Forum Police) must be commended for launching a tomahawk cruise missile that totally battered the position of the forum's big mouth - Cocorioko's self-advertized man, for impersonating John Leigh. Such a deceitful and immoral behavior should not be tolerated on this forum. I guess he will now be looking for another point in the DC metro area to post from. YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE.


Subject: NIGERIA BALLOTS 'NOT IN COUNTRY'
From: Bella Barrie
To: All
Date Posted: 09:13:03 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: adsl-wan-217-154-29-181.mistral.co.uk at 217.154.29.181

Message:
On the eve of the presidential election, still no 'Ballot papers'. I hope we don't repeat these mistakes from our so called 'Big Brothers'.

Click on the link below for full story.



Subject: African side set for OrientApr 20 2007
From: Paul Anthony
To: All
Date Posted: 09:06:53 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: ac202-050.resnet.stonybrook.edu at 130.245.202.50

Message:
African side set for OrientApr 20 2007


By Paul Anthony


LEYTON Orient will hold an end of season friendly against the Sierra Leone national side.

The African team, coached by former Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Andy Gray, boasts star players including Monaco forward Mohamed Kallon and Watford midfielders Alhassan Bangura and Albert Jarrett.

Orient last played host to an international side back in 2001 when they played India in a 1-1 draw.

Matthew Porter, O’s chief executive, told the club’s website: “We’ve had some interesting matches against national teams in recent years and with Sierra Leone looking to increase their profile in the UK, it will be an honour for us to host them and their supporters at Brisbane Road.”

Tickets for the West Stand are on general sale now from the Oliver Road box office, costing £15 for adulst and £5 for under 16s and over 65s.



Subject: Re: African side set for OrientApr 20 2007
From: Bella Barrie
To: All
Date Posted: 09:56:26 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: adsl-wan-217-154-29-181.mistral.co.uk at 217.154.29.181

Message:
For more info click the link below:


Subject: KNICE: WHY ARE YOU SO NARROW-MINDED?
From: KING LOGGY
To: All
Date Posted: 07:40:43 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-69-255-187-221.hsd1.va.comcast.net at 69.255.187.221

Message:
"Becasue toilet facilities are
generally also lacking, these
petty traders freely ease themselves
by stairways and in courtyards.
Freetonian courtyards as a result
reek of urine and other dicharges.
There is no excuse for this. Being
poor does not justify being filthy
and unhygienic."
(KNICE)
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KNICE, In Freetown today, there are more displaced and homeless people from the interior than petty traders who "freely ease themselves", using your words, "by stairways and in courtyards."

You are seen as a very intelligent man by many forumites and I will hate for you to be blinded by politics.

Moreover, those petty traders care less about who's election they tampered with; they are more concerned about chasing potential customers whereever they can find them.



Subject: Re: KNICE: WHY ARE YOU SO NARROW-MINDED?
From: OBai
To: All
Date Posted: 09:09:52 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: ool-44c29146.dyn.optonline.net at 68.194.145.70

Message:
Loggy,
You either do not understand the thrust of Knice's argument or you are simply overreacting in a narrow-minded manner, akin to how you overreacted years ago at Africaonline when Knice mentioned the words "diamint peddlers" in a narrative of life in Freetown. When you behave like this it appears that you are the one who is narrow-minded and stereotypical because you simply cannot relate to the objective reality of life in Freetown and Sierra Leone. Man, take a big breadth, relax, put all your prejudices aside and read Knice's interesting narrative again. You may learn a lot that you already do not know due to your current misperceptions.


Subject: Re: KNICE: WHY ARE YOU SO NARROW-MINDED?
From: Africaonline
To: All
Date Posted: 16:06:35 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 144.226.173.69

Message:
Loggy is not the only one who thinks Knice is narrow-minded, even Uncle Boize and 1N1P used to tell him the same at Africaonline.


Subject: Re: KNICE: WHY ARE YOU SO NARROW-MINDED?
From: KING LOGGY
To: All
Date Posted: 09:51:36 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-69-255-187-221.hsd1.va.comcast.net at 69.255.187.221

Message:
You are entitled to your opinion as much as I am entitled to mine.


Subject: Re: KNICE: WHY ARE YOU SO NARROW-MINDED?
From: KLA
To: All
Date Posted: 10:15:58 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 164.82.84.3

Message:

Wiseman Loggy.

What are some of the ideas you may have in terms of improving Sanitation in Salone?

The current push towards Enviromentally sound living, offers Salone the opportunity to join the GREEN REVOLUTION!

We do not have to reinvent the proverbial WHEEL!!!

TSTM
XX


Subject: Re: KNICE: WHY ARE YOU SO NARROW-MINDED?
From: KING LOGGY
To: All
Date Posted: 12:45:57 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-69-255-187-221.hsd1.va.comcast.net at 69.255.187.221

Message:
True say tork me, we do not have to reinvent the proverbial WHEEL.....just common sense solutions.
All said and done, I am not an expert in this field so I can only give you a lay man's opinion here.

First and foremost, you get rid of a do-nothing government that cannot enforce a decree because the next election might slip away.

Now, how about you and I get into the business of purchasing portable coin-operated toilets and install as many as possible in Freetown? You know we can make mega Leones not only for ourselves but for many diamint peddlers and petty traders roaming Freetown these days urinating in courtyards.

Ever have the opportunity to smell the fumes coming from latrines in Freetown? Man there is so much money to be made if you and I can purchase four, may be ten of those sanitation vehicles to suck out feces. Chances are there is someone who can pay us to deliver to them tons of feces for a price. All's good for the environment isn't it?

Education and law enforcement must be considered too in terms of inproving sanitation.
We can start the education process with food peddlers. Ever go to a market place in Freetown and see how food is being handled? Or your neighbor who sells fried fish with a table just above a bacteria infested gutter? These people are to be educated!

As far as enforcement is concerned, once the public has been educated about the effects of unsanitary behaviors, government must not complain....government must set examples with fines and imprisonments where necessary.


Subject: APC running mate
From: Politician
To: All
Date Posted: 02:44:49 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 195.24.201.34

Message:
Is it true that APC has approached Mr J Leigh to be running mate????


Subject: Re: APC running mate
From: Bella Barrie
To: All
Date Posted: 05:09:34 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: adsl-wan-217-154-29-181.mistral.co.uk at 217.154.29.181

Message:
JL will be the best person to answer your question. JL can you please help him?


Subject: Re: APC running mate is a NO-NO
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 08:32:52 04/20/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-rtc-ae10.proxy.aol.com at 152.163.101.14

Message:
"JL will be the best person to answer your question." - Bella Barrie,

which is:

"Is it true that APC has approached Mr J Leigh to be running mate????" - Politician.


NO - and a BIG FAT NO AT THAT! APC now knows me much better than they did when I was in DC.

The APC leadership would never now mistake me for a fool - like the flunkey alphabet-soup fellow who grossly under-rated Fullahs; confusing a sensible and industrious people with his remedial junior tribalistic opportunists.

Next, APC won't make me such an offer because, among other reasons, they know that the only interest I have in APC today is my VOTER EDUCATION PROJECT explaining APC's catastrophic record of their 8% tribalistic hegemonistic marginalization of the masses, their mass poverty-spreading policies and their reckless, repeated Ekutay frolickings at public expense.

Finally, APC people also know that I am not a fickle-minded, hip-hopping, flip-flopping con artist looking for another PMDC-style flim-flam duplicity for personal benefit.

Now that the double-doublecrossing, duping, secretive, one-manic, dynastic PMDC is twisting in the wind, we can concentrate our fire power on the APC Raray Reds. Thank you. - JL


Subject: Re: APC running mate is a NO-NO
From: Truth
To: All
Date Posted: 08:36:07 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
"Next, APC won't make me such an offer because, among other reasons, they know that the only interest I have in APC today is my VOTER EDUCATION PROJECT "

Not true, John Leigh. The major reason the APC will not approach you is that they know that all your lies on behalf of SLPP are for you to try to recover your bribes you had paid to SLPP leaders like Kabbah and Berewa for an appointment in the SLPP -- not APC -- government.

Leigh, when will you start telling the truth?


Subject: Re: APC running mate is a NO-NO
From: Ekutay
To: All
Date Posted: 14:06:53 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: dialup-4.249.114.82.dial1.washington2.level3.net at 4.249.114.82

Message:
Mr. Leigh,

I can bet if APC truly approaches you to run on the party's ticket as a running mate you will not refuse the offer. Although it will be a sad mistake for a SLPP "conbention" loser to be part of a promising and revitalized party to give you such a glorious offer. However, I want you to do away with your insidious statements against a party that will appreciate you more than the SLPP for what you did for them during the civil crisis in Sierra Leone. As the parable goes in creole "politics na biscuit, wusai you expect for broke-am not so e-dey broke." I am sure and I know you advocated for the success of the SLPP abroad and at home, what reward did they offer you ? Ingratitude and ridicule, just like the former vice president Dr. Demby and the late Hinga Norman. Will party politics alliance be anything to cherish in a changing world? If APC wins the elections it is going to be a government of inclusion as did in the past, unlike the staus quo that looks at the word "ngor." So, being an intellectual, outspoken and probably determined to see things go right because of your international exposure, you should also know that past APC notorious corruption was not done by APC partisans in the past, bulk of the collaborators are southerners and easterners where SLPP has much of its support. As the saying goes "if you point one finger to possin, four fingers dey point back to you." Therefore be cool, don't be a strong advocate for a party that has neglected you, rather observe the unfolding situation and think of the betterment of Sierra Leone instead of party politics.


Subject: Re: APC running mate is a NO-NO
From: POLITICAL
To: All
Date Posted: 17:45:59 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 207.108.136.242

Message:
I like your parables. Especially if you point one finger to someone the remaining four fingers will definitely point at you. Great point.


Subject: Re: APC running mate is INDEED a NO-NO
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 16:45:26 04/20/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-rtc-ae10.proxy.aol.com at 152.163.101.14

Message:
Dear Mr. Ekutay:

Less than four months after Siaka Stevens came to power with his APC standard six boys, I departed our beloved country to seek my fame and fortune elsewhere but not before correctly predicting to my colleagues at the Bank of Sierra Leone - including the present SLPP National Chair, UNS Jah - that SLeone is heading for poverty and misery under Stevens. It was also my opinion then that if I stayed behind I would most certainly end up in a situation whereby I won’t be financially able to write a legitimate check for $100.00. At the time, Le1.00 was equivalent to US$1.50.

So, I packed up and flew away for I saw the gleam in APC eyes as well as the lubrication on their chops!

I never trusted Siaka Stevens in the first place and so I never trusted those who hero-worshipped him and their party. And since I was proven right by the deeds and misdeeds of (i) Stevens (he executed those that gave him power, good people I must say, Dr. Mohamed Fornah and Alhaji Ibrahim Tarqui, and double-crossed their survivors by devolving power to his 8% tribesman rather than to the founders and shakers of APC), (ii) KDDA (marginalizers) and (iii) your namesake Ekutay(poverty spreaders and wasteful frolickers at public expense), there can be no rational basis for me to be associated with the old or New, i.e. the same-old, same-old, APC.

Besides, my high standards for the top of the ticket can’t be obtained anywhere within your APC.

That said, please note that those who transferred from APC into SLPP with their APC KDDA/Ekutay monkey-blackhand mentality still intact, are slowly but surely been removed (unless they reform) the SLPP way from all positions of power within the party – slowly and democratically. Two of my then foremost opponents in Makeni were voted out and many of those I supported were voted in at Makeni.

Thus, although Makeni was a miserable experience, I took it as a given that civilization is a very slow process and people with good intentions must be patient and be supportive of those likely to move our country forward. Civilization does not involve just me, me, me and myself only.

Accordingly, your speculation regarding the likelihood of my ever considering accepting the APC running mate position, if offered, is hopelessly lacking any rational foundation - APC won’t do it and I won’t consider it if they ever did! Thanks. - JL


Subject: Re: APC running mate is INDEED a NO-NO
From: LIAR
To: All
Date Posted: 08:39:33 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
"Less than four months after Siaka Stevens came to power with his APC standard six boys, I departed our beloved country to seek my fame and fortune elsewhere but not before correctly predicting to my colleagues at the Bank of Sierra Leone - including the present SLPP National Chair, UNS Jah - that SLeone is heading for poverty and misery under Stevens."

Stop lying John Leigh! You made no such prediction. Why do you compulsively tell lies, Mr. Leigh? Do you suppose repeating your lies over and over will turn them into facts?


Subject: Re: APC running mate is INDEED a NO-NO
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 10:30:22 04/21/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
Yes, I did and I am proud of it.

Bank people remember me for it to this day. If you do not have facts to add to your opposing position this this matter I assure you, you won't be able to waste my time. Thank you. - JL


Subject: Re: APC running mate is INDEED a NO-NO
From: LIAR
To: All
Date Posted: 10:38:46 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
"Yes, I did and I am proud of it."

Where is the evidence that you did? Your word, from a man who lacks credibilty? Please.

Bring us a statement signed by those you claim you told and then we may take it seriously. Otherwise, stop wasting our time repeating blatant lies meant, as usual, to cover up your corrupt scheme to recover your bribes from the SLPP's unpatriotic leadership .


Subject: Re: APC running mate is INDEED a NO-NO
From: M. Alieu Iscandari Esq
To: All
Date Posted: 05:31:46 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: cache-los-ae04.proxy.aol.com at 195.93.21.132

Message:
APC won’t do it

And thats all they need to know. The APC will never make the mistake of appointing someone with an ideological difference as wide as the gulf of Tonkin back into its fold. we made the mistake once and look at where we ended. In 1992 we were swarmed by heathens and turncoats who sensing our demise, even though they were amongs us turned agaunst us for political and financial gain.

The new APC says NEVER AGAIN to beinging into our folds anyone who is diametricly opposed to our policy of inclusiveness rather than exclusivity practiced by the thieving corrupt, fingerpointing, blame casting, failing to accept responsibility and defeat prone Slpp.

This July sierra leoneeans are going to rally around the cry of "VOTE THE RASCALS OUT" altough I would rather have them say some thing like "TO THE BASTILLE AND OFF WITH THEIR HEADS". jUST KIDDING. i ABHOR VIOLENCE


Subject: Re: APC running mate is INDEED a NO-NO
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 10:23:44 04/21/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
Al, glad you've joined me to let Ekutay know we are in complete agreement that I am absolutely no APC material - never have & never will be. I am not qualified.

When did the APC KDDA start its "policy of inclusion?"

Was it not with the Ekutay frolicking group? Yes, yes, I remember APC had a VP from the East to partake of the pleasures. Brilliant! - JL


Subject: Re: APC running mate is INDEED a NO-NO
From: TRUE TALK
To: All
Date Posted: 17:55:08 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 207.108.136.242

Message:
I think JL still doesn't get it. Stop this finger pointing thing. SLPP has been in power for 8 years do we have to blame them for everything that is going wrong in the country? I don't think so because SLPP is comprises of all sections and tribes. This was true also with the APC. I wasn't born in the 60s, but I came to know that most of the important ministrial positions went to most of the people who are showing chests for the SLPP. That is a fact. And I suspect JL is very much obsessed with low grade high school thing.
Academic education is not THE qualification for good leadership.


Subject: Re: APC running mate is INDEED a NO-NO
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 11:19:47 04/21/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
Mr. TRUE TALK:

I am not here to defend the current SLPP Administration at all. I have made this known in a number of my prior postings. In fact, I was kicked out (lucky me, merely kicked out) of that administration and the APC people that you say are now chesting for the present SLPP government were brought in afterwards.

In my experience, a sovereign power in SLeone can do as he pleases and few will stand up! Few stood up when two very good people (Dr. Fornah and Mr. Tarqui) were executed. The silence then and thereafter was deafening!

At least I was not executed even though the AFRC/RUF sentenced myself, Dr. Jonah and Chief Justice Desmond Luke to death and erected a "wanted" bill board just behind Paramount hotel at Soldier Street for our arrest. So I am here to sharing my experiences with fellow SLeoneans.

Thus I am participating in this forum in the hope of accomplishing three things: (i) Explain the post-independence History of Governance in SLeone and (ii) Explain my support for the SLPP reform policies in opposition to all other non-SLPPers contesting the 2007 presidential and parliamentary elections.

Additionally, it is my hope (iii) to explain tagentially relevant matters that my illucidate the two other functions I have freely chosen for myself in this forum.

I completely agree with you that academic record is not the Be All and End All qualification for 1st class leadership. I have never argued thus and never will.

But lets face it, a good education is an essential ingredient for effective leadership especially in a backward country with a large number of poorly educated people and pre-literates.

Nor am I obessed with low grade high school record for any and all reasons. In my present stances in this forum, flunkeyism is highlighted only to help explain one man's unsuitability to lead in the present circumstances.

It is not the flunkeyism in itself that really matters. It is what failure and drop-out stand for in this particular case under the totality of all the circumstances: huge privileges squandered; impulsive haughtiness, abusive arrogance, deceit and disrepect, even brutality and cheek, shown to most helpful school authorities of immaculate kindness - favoritism and how those factors continue to be reflected in someone's deeds and attitude today. And all this in a society in which the bulk of its children can only escape future povery only through thoroughly good education and proper human development.

Simply put, if you want to lead, you must learn.

In conclusion, I urge younger participants in this forum, regardless of party or ideology or tribe or even hegemonistic inclinations, to endeavor to learn as much as possible from these discussions from all serious participants and gain knowledge and experience that could be useful in the years ahead.

The providers of this facility have done an excellent deed for our country. Don't abuse it with rudeness, lies, cussing, vulgarity, uncouthness, etc. Thank you. - JL


Subject: Re: APC running mate is INDEED a NO-NO
From: LOW GRADE SAN SAN
To: All
Date Posted: 11:08:34 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: host81-158-194-54.range81-158.btcentralplus.com at 81.158.194.54

Message:
And I suspect JL is very much obsessed with low grade high school thing.


True. Because we are giving him a good run for his $ 10.000 BRIBE.

Academic education is not THE qualification for good leadership.

True. Ronnie REAGAN USA, Johnnie MAJOR UK and the AIDS doctor Yayah JAMMEH of the Gambia. EN DEN ALL WIN ELECTION Without "CONBENTION" Mr Major even failed an ARITHMETIC TEST for a bus conductors job.

Boy Leigh should know that POLITICAL leadership is not about WESTERN QUALIFICATION, NOT TO MONIE, EN NOR TO BY CLASS. NAR WAETIN DAE KOMOT NAR YOU MOT WAE YOU OPIN AM. Therefore he is still in political DIAPERS. Because you nor go don diss we en except me for gee you POLITICAL POWER. I may be a low grade san san stamp licking human in your wildest dreams but I know for fact that you and your SLPP need my VOTE, I DO NOT NEED ANY POLITICIAN FOR NATIN. AND THATS THE SCORE.

Am off to the field, LEH MAN DEM NOR BEGIN FOR WASS GRAVEL BEHEN ME.

Thank You Mr TRUE TALK.


Subject: Re: Low Grade San San Education cum Gravel Pit.
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 12:44:04 04/21/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
Dear LOW GRADE SAN SAN:

Perhaps, my posting in response to TRUTH TALK below might help you understand my position on high school flunkyism better than the trash you wrote up in your above-captioned posting.

As for all my bribes to Kabbah and Berewa that you claim, wasn't Margai and his PMDC chop-lockers also expecting a much bigger bride from me? Or was he going to call his idea of my anticipated contributaion a campaign donation?

Did not your worshippful hero boast in Kenema shortly after Makeni that "John Leigh is with us and will be contributing 12 SUVs" for the PMDC campaign? How much do you think an SUV costs? $10,000?

Weren't highly educated people from Eastern Polytechnic in Kenema who heard his arrogant boast about me and him together? What was your man thinking?

Man, your talk about bribes is mere sour grapes for with all my bad record on bribes, bribery and corruption that you claim again and again to no avail, yet still you wanted me badly, very badly, to join your foolumuku group of dombolos Munda Mumbo Tombo Dumbo Bangucrooks, Remedials and your disbarred, disrobbed; defrocked Tiff-Tiff lawyers and opportunistic Alphabet harlot politicians!

With all this alleged bad record, you still wanted me in PMDC. WHY?

Next, you think UK and some other successful countries have an identical historical and cultural flunky background like Sierra Leone for one to just compare and broadly and superficially equalize lack of educated leadership in UK to SLeone equivalents - just as an unthinking munku dunku dunce stamp licker is doing?

Do you think a 15 or 18 year-old Englishman is the cultural equivalent of a 15 or 18 year-old dumbo mombo tombo Low Grade villager? What is the Gross National Product per capita between an 18 year-old Englishman and your dumbo villager? I am getting impatience with your dunce trash talk.

Don't you think that there is a huge difference in the political, governmental, social and economic, etc. landscape between war-busted, backward, suffering SLeone where people flee from and certain other countries where people rush to immigrate?

Do you think that a dunce-like Simple Simeon comparison makes sense in this day and age? Perhaps, for remedials, but never for straightforward, non-doublecrossing reformers.

So, don't get an education. Instead, continue to waste your time in a civilized country licking stamps and creating dumbo equivalents in the air; then try to "HELP" your people by getting a parliamentary seat under an imploded, secretive, one-manic, dumbo-surrounded ownership party of flunkeys, junior tribalists and alphabet opportunists.

Set forth below is my attitude towards a particular low grade san san education. But you are free to ignore it and go back straight to your gravel. Indeed, you might be lucky!
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In Reply to: Re: APC running mate is INDEED a NO-NO posted by TRUE TALK on April 20, 2007 at 17:55:08:

Mr. TRUE TALK:

I am not here to defend the current SLPP Administration at all. I have made this known in a number of my prior postings. In fact, I was kicked out (lucky me, merely kicked out) of that administration and the APC people that you say are now ‘chesting’ for the present SLPP government were brought in afterwards.

In my experience, a sovereign power in SLeone can do as he pleases and few will stand up! Few stood up when two very good people (Dr. Fornah and Mr. Tarqui) were executed. The silence then and thereafter was deafening!

At least I was not executed even though the AFRC/RUF sentenced myself, Dr. Jonah and Chief Justice Desmond Luke to death and erected a "wanted" bill board just behind Paramount hotel at Soldier Street for our arrest. So I am here to sharing my experiences with fellow SLeoneans.

Thus I am participating in this forum in the hope of accomplishing three things: (i) Explain the post-independence History of Governance in SLeone and (ii) Explain my support for the SLPP reform policies in opposition to all other non-SLPPers contesting the 2007 presidential and parliamentary elections.

Additionally, it is my hope (iii) to explain tangentially relevant matters that may elucidate the two other functions I have freely chosen for myself in this forum.

I completely agree with you that academic record is not the Be All and End All qualification for 1st class leadership. I have never argued thus and never will.
But let’s face it; a good education is an essential ingredient for effective leadership especially in a backward country with a large number of poorly educated people and pre-literates.

Nor am I obsessed with low grade high school record for any and all reasons. In my present stances in this forum, flunkeyism is highlighted only to help explain one man's unsuitability to lead in the present circumstances.

It is not the flunkeyism in itself that really matters. It is what failure and drop-out stand for in this particular case under the totality of all the circumstances: huge privileges squandered; impulsive haughtiness, abusive arrogance, deceit and disrespect, even brutality and cheek, shown to most helpful school authorities of immaculate kindness - favoritism and how those factors continue to be reflected in someone's deeds and attitude today. And all this is in a society in which the bulk of its children can only escape future poverty only through thoroughly good education and proper human development.

Simply put, if you want to lead, you must learn.

In conclusion, I urge younger participants in this forum, regardless of party or ideology or tribe or even hegemonistic inclinations, to endeavor to learn as much as possible from these discussions from all serious participants and gain knowledge and experience that could be useful in the years ahead.

The providers of this facility have done an excellent deed for our country. Don't abuse it with rudeness, lies, cussing, vulgarity, uncouthness, etc. Thank you. - JL


Subject: Re: Low Grade San San Education cum Gravel Pit.
From: LOW GRADE SAN SAN
To: All
Date Posted: 14:35:50 04/23/07 ()
Email Address:
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Dear LOW GRADE SAN SAN:
Did not your worshippful hero boast in Kenema shortly after Makeni that "John Leigh is with us and will be contributing 12 SUVs" for the PMDC campaign? How much do you think an SUV costs? $10,000?

You are such a pathetic LAIR. Why would Margai boast of being made such a promise when you cannot even afford to buy you own air ticket to Freetown? You had to write to people "BAIGER BAIGER" to solicit funds for your trip. You had to run away from paying BETTY FORY for an editorial she did for you in her Newspaper during your Campaign.

Why would Margai ask you for an SUV for PMDC campaigning when i have offered both my MERCEDES BENZ AND NISSAN CABSTER TRANSPORTS for him to use free of charge when ever he needs them for campaigning? All he has to do is to ask my drivers and juice them up.

Why would he ask a broke man like you for an SUV when his cousin a car dealer has DONATED a 25 SEATER BUS to the PMDC for campaigning?

Listen Boy Leigh if Margai ever asked you for anything towards the PMDC campaign which i know for fact he would never do is simply because your are a "POLITICAL SORRY HART" whom every one will like to use and Dump.

Man, your talk about bribes is mere sour grapes for with all my bad record on bribes, bribery and corruption that you claim again and again to no avail, yet still you wanted me badly, very badly, to join your foolumuku group of dombolos Munda Mumbo Tombo Dumbo

Ha! You need your head tested. You are not only BROKE but a BASELESS POLITICAL REJECT who can only survive as a POLITICAL CINCH, without the SLPP you are nothing John. Tell me something Boy Leigh who do you really appeal to in politics with all your rudeness? You swore at both your party leaders and the entire PARTY then fled the country only to sneak back in and lick your own vomit. Do you really believe that any one will take you seriously? BO DO YER LAP PAN FOOLISH. PMDC DO NOT NEED A SAD OLD MAD POLITICIAN LIKE YOU FOR NATIN.

Bangucrooks, Remedials and your disbarred, disrobbed; defrocked Tiff-Tiff lawyers and opportunistic Alphabet harlot politicians!

LOOK AT WHO IS TALKING. YOUR PARTY IS STUFFED WITH CRIMINALS WHO ARE SUPPOSED TO BE BEHIND BARS. DEAN MAGONA,SLPP PARTY CHAIR MAN PUJEHUN IS ON THE RUN FROM THE US FOR FRAUD AND DECEPTION. FATMATA HASSAN KOMEH A MURDERER WHO CALOUSELY KILLED A JOURNALIST AND GOT AWAY WITH IT. YOUR MPS ARE ALWAYS IN SHADY CONTRACT DEALS YOUR LOCAL GOVERNMENT MINISTER BRIMA IS ALWAYS INVOLVED IN 419 SCAMS. YOUR PARTY LEADER KABBA HAS A RECORD FOR CORRUPTION. SOLOMON BEREWA YOUR VP WE WERE TOLD BY YOURSELF AN JBD THAT HE IS DEEP INSIDE THE CORRUPTION CESSPIT. MR KAI KAI YOUR INFORMATION MINISTER CALLING HIMSELF A PROFESSOR WHEN HE DID NOT EVEN SUBMIT HIS THESIS LET ALONE DEFEND IT IN THE STATES.

What is the Gross National Product per capita between an 18 year-old Englishman and your dumbo villager?

You tell me MAD MAN ! Now let me tell you what this Villager knows. FOOD SECURITY and i know who made that promise to Sierra Leoneans. I know what a BRIDGE is and i know who promised us to build a TUNNEL. Even though i live in a village i know what BLACKOUT is and i also know who told us that come December 2006 blackout would be something of the past. That is what i will be beating you with in the election not your question in economics. Take some time off the key board and go down town Boston where you live and do a random survey on the street on what is the meaning of GDP. The result may suprise you. Enti you idle.

But you are free to ignore it and go back straight to your gravel. Indeed, you might be lucky!

You danm right i may just be lucky to KICK your SLPP out of power this time around because of your LIES AND DECEITS. THEN YOU GO BEGIN COUNT YOU BRIBE LOSSES. YOU SHAMELESS POLITICAL REJECT WHO BOLDLY AND FREELY TOLD US HERE THAT YOU ARE NOT ONLY CORRUPT BUT YOU CAN BE BOUGHT AS WELL.


Subject: Re: Low Grade San San Education cum Gravel Pit.
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 16:57:06 04/23/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
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Dear LOW GRADE SAN SAN:

You are steadily loosing your cool. Calm down and ready properly before to make false allegations. IN my last posting here, I made the following plain statements:

"Did not your worshipful hero boast in Kenema shortly after Makeni that "John Leigh is with us and will be contributing 12 SUVs" for the PMDC campaign? How much do you think an SUV costs? $10,000?"

Your wild, violent response missed the mark and is set forth here:

"Why would he ask a broke man like you for an SUV when his cousin a car dealer has DONATED a 25 SEATER BUS to the PMDC for campaigning?"

First, a bus is not the equivalent of 12 SUVs.

Second, I never said your worshipful hero asked me to give him 12 SUVs or any campaign donation. I said he publicly boasted in Kenema in the presence of highly educated people (two of whom relayed the information to me) that "John Leigh is with us" - your worshipful hero and that I - "would be contributing 12 SUVs" to his campaign.

For your information, I was not in Kenema at the time. But people I respected attended the public event and passed the information on to me. It would do you a world of good, therefore, if you get your facts right before you run your mouth without sufficient understanding of what you are involved in.

Next, you know nothing about the facts between myself and the lady journalist you mentioned. First, she met me at STOP PRESS were I was having lunch in early 2005 and walked up to me and introduced herself. She then invited me to he paper's newsroom. I accepted and went there the next day or so.

While visiting, she asked me to help her improve her paper. She wanted her paper to have more and clearer photos and she said she needed my help. I agreed to help.

At her request, I donated to her during my next trip an electronic camera free of charge and zero obligations. She is still using it.

I saw her in Makeni and she wished me well. After Makeni, she came to my hotel in Freetown to commiserate with me re the Makeni events. She told me that she was one of the many who shed tears for me in Makeni because of what transpired there to abort my participation in the voting. She wanted me to consider leaving SLPP and form a new party.

Then she threw a bombshell that staggered me. She asked me to pay the school fees for her three children. Now, I had no interest in getting closer to this lady but I know I can’t be rude.
So, I asked her how much those fees were? She said 600. I have long since forgotten whether she said ‘600 dollars’ or ‘600,000 Leones’. I quickly changed the subject, brought the discussion to an end, then ushered her out of my hotel room most politely. The very next day, I flew to London. At that point, I had no further interest in remaining in contact with her. I have neither seen nor spoken to her since that departure.

Next thing I heard from my man in Freetown was in March 2006 that she told him that I promised to pay her children’s school fees but reneged. I told my man that she was mistaken. I merely asked how much the alleged school fees were and never promised her anything and that she ought to be ashamed to ask a stranger to pay her kids school fees. Where is her husband or the father of the kids? I asked.

That was also the time shortly after I had written that a newspaper report that stated that three ex-CDFs have confessed to a plot to have Mr. Margai assassinated was rubbish and a total concoction and that Margai’s support was not important or influential enough to warrant any assassination attempt upon him. His support base, I wrote, consisted of mere san-san boys, Shellmingo cash wash boys, school dropouts, bike drives and other low grade noisemakers.

I have since learned that it was her paper that carried the bogus assassination plot news. My man told me that she was angered by my denunciation then but has recently began to inquire as to when next I’ll be in Freetown. I instructed my man to keep away from her.

Now I hear from LOW GRADE SAN SAN that I owe her money for an Editorial she claimed she wrote on my request and that I have reneged on paying her. This is rubbish and not the first time LOW GRADE SAN SAN is making such personal unsubstantiated allegations against me. Has LOW GRADE SAN SAN seen the said editorial?

I don't owe the lady a single penny. I never promised her anything and I never asked her to write any editorial for me at any time. Any political advertisements I had my man in Freetown ordered on my behalf and was before Makeni and if published as per agreed terms, I paid promptly and long ago.

I owe no one. In America, I have a triple A Credit Rating. If any thing, people owe me lots of balances and taking their time to pay.

Nor have I at any time asked anyone to buy me a plane ticket so I can go and pursue my own business because LOW GRADE SAN SAN alleges I am broke. But if any group wants me to speak or officiate at their functions, however, I refuse to spend my own money to accommodate such groups, especially after donating approx. $35,000 to various groups during my time in DC. Enough is enough!

I have made 14 or 15 or so trips to SLeone since January 2005 and I keep a Toyota Four Runner in Freetown. I did ask for campaign donations in early 2005 and received thousands of dollars - all of which I spent on my campaign.
And I will continue to go to Sierra Leone at my expense; I will vote there come July 28 and will depart upon the release of the results. Then I will stay put quietly in America during the next 12 months when I will commence commenting on the Sierra Leone scene fearlessly once again.

LOW GRADE SAN SAN is always coming up with misinformation but only by rushing to jump to conclusions without first getting his allegations based on facts.

For example, LOW GRADE SAN SAN once falsely accused me in this Forum of abandoning my family and not getting involved until when I was a public official in DC. LOW GRADE SAN SAN was wrong and stupid taking other peoples say-so at face value and when I told him that the supposed family was an interloper who wanted to waltz into a first grade Sierra Leonean family by false pretences and that I had the DNA to prove it, LOW GRADE SAN SAN held his peace for a while. Now he is repeating his rubbish about some fake editorial.

I now say goodbye to you as you are not truthful and you talk trash like dombo dunce - JL


Subject: Re: Low Grade San San Education cum Gravel Pit.
From: Correction
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Date Posted: 19:49:10 04/21/07 ()
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"As for all my bribes to Kabbah and Berewa that you claim, wasn't Margai and his PMDC chop-lockers also expecting a much bigger bride from me?"

Leigh, your obessession with all things Margai blinds you to a simple truth that exposes your corruption. Even if your allegation is true (and that's a big "if" ), Margai's alleged requisition of money from you does not mean that your paying an earlier bribe to the SLPP for an appointment is okay. It is still corrupt.

Moreover, you have provided no evidence that Margai's alleged request for your money was in exchange for a ministerial position, as was the case with your bribe to Kabbah's SLPP in 1996.

So, quit this immoral rationalization and admit that you are corrupt -- just like the rest of the SLPP leadership.


Subject: Tributes to Christian Keilli and Adolphus Samuels
From: A Friend
To: All
Date Posted: 02:29:59 04/20/07 ()
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Entered From: 217-66-ftth.onsneteindhoven.nl at 88.159.66.217

Message:
Both Christian and Adolphus were great and courageous Journalists who worked tirelessly to lift the image of the Press in Sierra Leone. It is with pain that I am sending this condolences to their families.
Though they have gone beyond this life, their immense contributions towards journalism in Sierra leone were unparalled. They both braved the guns and rebels atrocities to disseminate news during the interregnum in our Country.
I remember Christian at the Liberty Voice and Adolphus Samuels blasting the air waves from makeni.
May God perpetual light shine unto them and may their souls rest in peace.
I pray that God will strengthen their loved ones as they go through this difficult moment.
Rest in Peace brave guys. we are proud of you.


Subject: Recent Appointment of Three New Judges
From: J.B Jenkins-Johnston Esq
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Date Posted: 23:37:38 04/19/07 ()
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Lawyer Jenkins-Johnston Writes Back on Recent Appointment of Three New Judges
Posted by J.B Jenkins-Johnston Esq on Apr 19, 2007, 12:12



JENKINS-JOHNSON and CO AYOTUDE CHAMBERS

Barristers, solicitors, commissioner 4 PERCIVAL STREET

FOR OATHS AND NOTARY PUBLIC. P.O. BOX 1164

FREETOWN

SIERRA LEONE

J.B JENKINS-JOHNSTON ESQ

My Lord Chief Justice,

RE: RECENT APPOINTMENT OF THREE (3) NEW JUDGES

Thank you for your letter of the 3rd April 2007 on the above subject. I apologize for the delay responding thereto, as your letter reference was delivered to my Chambers while I was out of the country

Firstly, and for the record, let me say here that my letter of 23rd March 2007 was addressed to “The SECRETARY-GENERAL of the Sierra Leone Bar Association, (Not the “Acting President” as you stated in your letter,) in response to a Press Statement released to the Media on or about 22/3/07, purporting to be on behalf of the Entire membership of the Sierra Leone Bar Association, and reflecting the unanimous opinion of the said entire membership on the subject under review, when this was clearly not the case, by reason of which I felt obliged to write to the Association in order to set the record straight, and in the circumstances, I felt it was but proper, having regard to the subject matter of my said letter, to extend courtesy copies to you as The Hon. Chief Justice, as well as to the three (3) Judges concerned.

Secondly, and again for the record, and also for the avoidance of any doubt whatsoever I wish to restate my position on this matter clearly and unequivocally. After careful study of the relevant provisions of the Constitution and the while of the Constitution, and much reflection; I make the following submissions,

(a) THAT reading Section 120 (4) and 135 (2) of the Constitution together,

IT IS “A CONSTITUTION PREREQUISITE” THAT EVERY JUDGE (whether Permanent, Temporary, Full-time or Part time,) ON HIS FIRST APPOINTMENT INTO OFFICE AS SUCH, SHALL BE APPOINTED BY THE PRESIDENT ON THE ADVICE OF THE JUDICIAL AND LEGAL SERVICE COMMISSIN “SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF PARLIAMENT”.

(b) That Section 135 is what I would describe as the “HOW Section, by that I mean, that if a Stranger to Sierra Leone asks the Question-“How are Judges, including the Chief Justice, appointed in Sierra Leone?” It is Section 135 (1) for the Chief Justice), and Section 135 (2) for the other Judges) which provides the answer, not Section 136; And the procedure laid down by Section 135 for the Chief Justice and All The Judges, is what I shall call the “NAPAP Procedure”, “NAPAP being an acronym for NOMINATION, APPROVAL and APPOINTMENT” which works as follows in three (3) Stages:-

(i) A is nominated by the Judicial and Legal Services Commission to be Chief Justice or to be a Judge of any of the Courts making up the Superior Court of Judicature.

(ii) A’s nomination is forwarded to Parliament through the Committee on Appointments and the Public Service, together with his Curriculum Vitae, record of Service and al other relevant documents, and after due deliberation, Parliament approves “A’s” nomination.

(iii) a is then Appointed by the President by Warrant under his hand to the Office of Chief Justice or to be a Judge of the Superior Court of judicature.

It is my submission that the three (3) steps in the NAPAP Procedure” are conjunctive, and/or cumulative, in other words they all go together and you cannot have one without the others, with the result that if any Judge of the Superior Court of Judicature is appointed by any method other than the “NAPAP Procedures” described above, he is not properly and/or constitutionally appointed.

(c) That the requirement of such appointment to be “subject to the approval of Parliament”, otherwise herein referred to as the “NAPAP Procedure, is not in any way unusual or peculiar to Judges, as it is a common thread which runs right thought the Constitution, as follows, to wit:-

(i) Section 332 (3) – All members of the Electoral Commission “Appointment subject to the approval of Parliament”

(ii) Sect in 34(2) - All members of the Political Parliament Parties Registration Commission

“Appointment subject to the Approval of Parliament”.

(iii) Section 56(2) -All Minister and Deputy Ministers

“Appointment subject to the Approval Parliament”

(iv) Section 119 (1) - The Auditor-General.

“Appointment subject to the Approval of Parliament”.

(v) Section 135 (1) -The Chief Justice

“Appointment subject to the Approval of Parliament”.

(vi) Section 135 (2) - All The Other Judges of the Superior Court of Judicature.

“Appointment subject to the Approval of Parliament.”

(vii) Section 151(2) - All Members of the Public Service Commission

“Appointment subject to the Approval of Parliament

(viii) Section 152(2) –All Ambassadors, High Commissioners, Commanders of the Armed Forces and the Inspector –General of Police

“Appointment subject to the Approval of Parliament

(d) That the phrase “SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF PARLIAMENT” which appears in all the various Sections of the Constitution above quoted, in relation to the Appointment of persons to all the most important non-elective Officers in the State of Sierra Leone, was placed there for a very specific purpose, that is to say, to ensure that Parliament as the Electoral Representatives of the people, maintains and utilizes their powers of oversight and supervision of the process of appointments to those most important none-election Officers, and therefore ought not to be derogated from, circumvented or compromised in any way whatsoever, such powers being normally exercised through Standing Committee on Appointment and the Public Service, as set out in Section 93 (1)( (c) of the said Constitution.

(e) That Section 136 of the said Constitution is what I would call the “CONTINGENCY SECTION”, because it has been enacted in the Constitution to deal with specific contingencies, and targeted at a specific group of people for a very specific reason. The Contingencies set out in the said Section are as follows:-

(i) (a) Where the Office of the Chief Justice is vacant, OR

(b) Where the Chief Justice is for any reason unable to perform the functions of his office.

PROVISION MADE TO DEAL WITH CONTINGENCY:

Until a person has been appointed and has assumed function OR until the person holding the Office of Chief Justice has resumed the functions of that office,

THE FUNCTIONS OF CHIEF JUSTICE SHALL BE PERFORMED BY THE MOST SENIOR FOR THE TIME BEING OF THE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT .(Note that it is only the MOST SENIOR, and not any Justice of the Supreme Court who can act).

(ii) OTHER JUDGES

(a) Where the Office of a Judge of the High Court, or that of a Justice of the Court of Appeal ,or that of a Justice of the Supreme Court is VACANT; OR

(b) Where for any reason a Judge of the High Court, or a Justice of the Court of Appeal, or a Justice of the Supreme Court is unable to perform the functions of his office;

OR

(c) Where the Chief Justice advises the President that the state of business in the High Court, or the Court of Appeal , or the Supreme Court so requires;

THE PRESIDENT MAY, acting in accordance with the advice of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission appoint a person who has held office as, or a person qualifed for appointment as A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OF JUDICATURE TO ACT A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OF JUDICATURE TO ACT AS A JUDGE OF THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, OR A JUSTICE APPEAL, OR A JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT, NOTWITHSTANDING THE FACT THAT SUCH PERSON HAS ALREADY ATTAINED THE RETIRING AGE PRESRIBED BY SECTIN 137 i.e. 65 YEARS

Consequent upon the foregoing I make the following further submissions:-

(i) That all Appointments made under Section 136 are by definition TEMPORARY, that is to say, until the contingency either of vacancy OR inability to perform his/her duties, OR pressure of work in the particular Court is RESOLVED.

(ii) That the words “NOTWITHSTANDING THE FACT THAT HE HAS ALREADY ATTAINED THE RETIRING AGE PRESCRIBED BY SECTION 137”, specifics and limits the category of persons who can be appointed to act as Judges under Section 136 until the contingencies spelt out therein are resolved, other wise there would have been no need for those words to be placed there.

(iii) That the words, THE PRESIDENT MAY,… APPOINT A PERSON WHO HAS HELD OFFICE AS… JUDGE OPF THE HIGH COURT… OR JUSTICE OF APPEAL OR SUPREME COURT… found in Section 136 (2) and 136 (4) already includes ALL THOSE PERSON SWHO HVE ATIANED THE RETIRING AGE OF 65 years prescribed by section 137, and therefore there would have been no need to include the words at the end Section 136 (2) and (4), that is to say

“Notwithstanding the face that he has already attained the retiring age prescribed by Section 137”

(iv) That the words, “… or a person qualified for appointment as a Judge of the Superior Court of Judicature to ACT as a Judge of the High Court, Court of Appeal or Supreme Court ,…..set out in Section 136 (2) and 136 (4) are also qualified and limited by the words following immediately after, that is to say-

Notwithstanding the fact h has already attained the retiring age prescribed by Section 137;

And in may submission, those words in the two (2) subsection 136 (2) and 136 (4) are targeted at people like Retired Solicitors-General, Retired Directors of Public Prosecution, Retired Senior Law Officers and Retired University Law professors.

I make this submission bearing in mind the nature of the contingencies being provided for (such as helping to clear up a backlog of cases,) and the fact that such appointments are by definition temporary in any case, and therefore not suitable for younger persons starting out on a new career as a Judge of the High Court, or Justice of Appeal or Justice of the Supreme Court. IN ANY CASE, IF THE HON. THE CHIEF JUSTICE IS HIMSELF AS HEAD OR THE JUDICIARY SUBJECT TO THE “NAPAP PROCECURE”, UDNER SECTION 135 (1), WHICH I BELIEVE YOUR LORDHSIP WAS IN 2004, CAN IT BE SERIOUSLY ARGUED THAT ANY OTHER SUBORDIANTE JUDGE OR THE SUPERIOR COURT OF JUDICATURE BEFORE TAKING UP APPOINTMENT SHOULD NOT BE SUBJECT TO THE SAME PROCEDURES? I THINK NOT, MY LORD.

Thirdly, and finally, My Lord Chief Justice, since Your Lordship has chosen to characterize my honest, sincere and carefully considered legal opinion, based on several express and mandatory provisions of our Constitution as “presumptuous”, misleading” and “ Mischievous”, then SO BE IT. I am perfectly happy to let HISTORY, POSTERITY and THE PEOPLE of Sierra Leone be the final Judge of our respective positions in this matter in due time. Suffice it to say. However, that in the meantime just as I have been doing over the past twenty (2) or more years, I hall continue to speak out on any matters of public interest which I feel strongly about, and whenever I am convinced I have a valid and useful contribution to make to any public debate or discussion whether it is a matter touching and concerning the Law or not; and no matter how unpalatable my opinion/view may be to some of my compatriots.

May God continue to bless our beloved Sierra Leone!

Yours Faithfully

J.B. JENKINS-JOHNSTON ESQ


Subject: Re: Recent Appointment of Three New Judges
From: Ade Renner-Thomas
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Date Posted: 00:04:18 04/20/07 ()
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Chief Justice’s Chambers,
Law Courts Building,
Siaka Stevens Street,
Freetown, Sierra Leone.

J.B. Jenkins-Johnston Esq.
Solicitor,
Percival Street, Freetown.

3rd April 2007

Dear Mr. Jenkins-Johnston,

Re: Your Letter on the Recent Appointment of Three Judges

I thank you for forwarding to me a copy of your letter dated March 2007 addressed to the Acting President of the Sierra Leone Bar Association and copied to the media relating the constitutionality of the recent appointment of three judges without the approval of Parliament.

As Chief Justice, I accept full responsibility for the said appointments and feel constrained to write this letter in reply to yours.

It is my considered view that the appointments were in conformity with the relevant provisions of the Constitution. I shall continue to hold this view until I am convinced to change same by sufficiently cogent arguments pointing in the other direction. For now, suffice it to say that I am persuaded that judges appointed under section 135 of the Constitution by the President subject to the approval of Parliament and who may continue to hold office until they reach the statutory age of 65 unless they are removed by Parliament for misconduct are in a different category from Judges who are appointed by the President under section 136 of the Constitution. I hold this view because those in the latter category are appointed by the President, inter alia, at the instance of the Chief Justice as and when the need arises and based on the advice of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission for a limited period only, either definite or indefinite. Where the appointment is for an indefinite period the appointment may be revoked by the President without any reference to Parliament. Further, provided the appointee is otherwise qualified it matters not whether he is above or below the age of sixty-five.

I do appreciate the fact that you do hold, as indeed you are entitled to do, a different view on this matter. In as much as I do respect your view, equally so, I think that it is incumbent on you as a reputable lawyer of long standing to be able to appreciate that in such matters it is not unusual for even the highest authorities to hold divergent views. The law reports of the House of Lords, the Supreme Courts of the United States of America, South Africa, India, Nigeria, Ghana, and of many other countries and the writings of eminent jurists are replete with such divergent views.

In my humble opinion, it is therefore presumptuous and even misleading if not mischievous (taking into account the fact that your writing is intended to be read by the wider public) to suggest that persons who do not happen to hold the same view as your goodself on this or other constitutional matters are "playing around with our Constitution" and that they are not making "a serious and sustained effort to abide strictly by the words of the oath they took upon assumption of office, in order not to leave our Constitution in shreds by the time they depart".

Needless to say, these are unfortunate and emotive words. Speaking for myself, I want to assure you that I do not need to be reminded about the importance and sanctity of the oath I took upon assumption of office as Chief Justice.

Yours Sincerely,
Ade Renner-Thomas
CHIEF JUSTICE


Subject: Re: Recent Appointment of Three New Judges
From: JUDGE
To: All
Date Posted: 00:00:03 04/20/07 ()
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Thirdly, and finally, My Lord Chief Justice, since Your Lordship has chosen to characterize my honest, sincere and carefully considered legal opinion, based on several express and mandatory provisions of our Constitution as “presumptuous”, misleading” and “ Mischievous”, then SO BE IT. I am perfectly happy to let HISTORY, POSTERITY and THE PEOPLE of Sierra Leone be the final Judge of our respective positions in this matter in due time. Suffice it to say. However, that in the meantime just as I have been doing over the past twenty (2) or more years, I hall continue to speak out on any matters of public interest which I feel strongly about, and whenever I am convinced I have a valid and useful contribution to make to any public debate or discussion whether it is a matter touching and concerning the Law or not; and no matter how unpalatable my opinion/view may be to some of my compatriots.


Subject: On the Light Side: Once upon a boring time: SoupSweet Land
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 21:05:56 04/19/07 ()
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( can't escape political tensions

I posted a part of this before.

In the days when there was no talk of corruption, when a five year old would pee in his trousers if his parents threatened to call the police.

‘Graham Greene gave Sierra Leone the name,”The Soup Sweet Land"

From “Norman Sherry’s “The Life of Graham Greene, Vol. II page 103:
“On Wednesday (7th January) he was again left on board and played chess with Kitzkuran; “All religions say a man must have a woman two times a week.”


(From Graham Greene’s letter to his mother, 2nd April 1942.)
That passage was preceded by this one:
(On page 101) in Freetown,

“ He was seen sitting in the Park in the park with two little black boys…..The boys were offering him singing and dancing:
“Gentlemen & Ladies?”
“Schoolgirls.”
“How old?”
“OH fourteen to twenty-four”
“And drinks?”
“Whisky & gin & port”
“Expensive?”
“All drink expensive now.”
“Is there anything else you can do?”
“There are ladies”
“Expensive?”
“Cheaper than London”
“Ten shillings.”
“Oh no. You no get girl for 10/- in London.”
“Fifteen shillings?”
Yes all right.”
He went off with them.”

From “The Life of Graham Greene (Vol. 3 ) By Norman Sherry

“In late 1967 Greene went off with his friend Mario Soldati to Sierra Leone and wrote for The Observer an article with the compelling title “ The Soupsweet Land” about coming back to the place where he had worked for MI6 during the war. He was returning for a happy visit though his enjoyment is not evident in the photograph taken there, showing a tall slightly forbidding Greene and Soldati, confident and at ease in West Africa”

( I’ll skip a paragraph here keeping it short for the Chief in Exile’s sake)

“ On this Greene’s third journey to West Africa, he and Soldati visited the University of Sierra Leone. We see Greene in photographs standing among students and the Vice-Chancellor Davidson Nicol - to whom Greene had been kind when that young man was at Cambridge.”

Lets skip to the second paragraph on page 508: hilarious!

“ In Sierra Leone Greene and Soldati - visited brothels together and smoked opium.”

( AS for the brothels I had been informed that they exist in a rather indirect manner and I remember how incensed I was to get confirmation that the business was still thriving when I read in one of the most reputable travel guides of the early 90s about the tourist land that we love our Sierra Leone which located the main police station by the “adjoining" adjacent to it which was identified as a brothel . The Tourist guide matter-of factly said the Police station next to the brothel and I expected it to continue with that famous line from Blake which says:

“ Prisons are built with stones of Law. Brothels with the bricks of religion.”

Well lets continue with Graham Greene’s visit - rather a re-visit to the famous City Hotel which is one of the place actors in his Sierra Leone novel “ The Heart of the Matter”

Page 509:
Greene: “Coming back to Freetown and Sierra Leone last Christmas ; I thought I belonged to a bizarre past which no one else shared. It was a shock to be addressed by first name on my first night, to feel a hand squeeze my arm, and a voice say, “ Don’t you remember me, we met in Pujehun? Lets have a drink at the City.”

Further down the page , this could please the dear old vice president ( if he’s a jolly good fellow):

“ Greene and Soldati went to Midnight Mass, and he recalled the priest he knew during the war, Father Mackie (Who used to teach Creole)…..And Greene, always observant noticed:

“ The girl in front of me wore one of the surrealist Manchester cotton dresses which are really seen…….the word “Soup sweet” was printed over her shoulder, but I had to wait until she stood up before I could confirm another phrase: “FENELLA LAK GOOD POKE”
Father Mackie would have been amused, I thought, and what better descr1ption could there be of this poor lazy lovely country than “Soup Sweet”?


Subject: Re: On the Light Side: Once upon a boring time: SoupSweet Land
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
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Date Posted: 22:34:43 04/19/07 ()
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Just in case SOUP SWEET is too depressing, here are some lines to keep up the Pentecostal Spirits


Subject: GEORGE KHORYAMA WEIGHS IN ON SLAJ INFIGHTING!!!
From: Independent Man
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Date Posted: 19:36:07 04/19/07 ()
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The National Award, I.B. Kargbo and Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ)
By GUEST WRITER: George S. Khoryama writes on:
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It is a wonder why some journalists should always try to play to the gullible public on national issues even when those issues mean well for the people and the country. Where is the rationale for Mr. David Tam Bayoh and few others to threaten to hold the President of the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists(SLAJ), Mr. I.B. Kargbo to ransom should he accept the national award? To deprive Mr. Kargbo of the award based on his personal achievements and contributions to the nation on account of pettifogging considerations is a macabre insensibility to the life-long efforts of the man.

Long before Mr. Kargbo became President of SLAJ, he had already laid the foundation for the award for which he is being considered. He has been an educator, a Member of Parliament in the erstwhile government of the All People’s Congress, a columnist and proprietor of one of the oldest and principled newspapers in this country; he is a repository of historical and national issues, a family man and an orator known in high places. Mr. Kargbo has darkened the walls of the United Nations in the entourage of the President, His Excellency Ahmad Tejan Kabbah. He has been to the Hajj, etc. etc.

Amongst hundreds of other Sierra Leoneans of his caliber and reputation as well as partners in national development, he personally has been selected for recognition by a National Awards Committee drawn from respectable and patriotic people in both the public and private sectors for this year’s national award. The occasion is one of those infrequent moments of honour and recognition in one’s life that brings respect to the recipient and family. It distinguishes Mr. Kargbo as an individual from SLAJ as an association.

Notwithstanding, Mr. Tam Bayoh and a coterie of hard core so-called critics of Government want to bind I.B. Kargbo’s solid personal achievements for which he is to be honored to that of SLAJ as an organization, simplistically because Government is purportedly "foot-dragging" in the late journalist Yansanneh’s manslaughter case.

The declaration by Mr. Tam Bayoh and others smacks of nothing less than blatant hypocrisy and bad influence. After all, why have Mr. David Tam-Bayoh and supporters not advocated that SLAJ bans the publication of all those volumes of Government’s Advertisements in their papers if only to prove a case against the system? Why can’t they convince SLAJ to ban all government grants to the children, brothers or relatives of journalists to prove a case? Journalists must even be seen to be snubbing Government’s functions such as Press Conferences, Workshops and even avoid using Government buses on the roads if only to prove a case.PRESS ISSUES

There are far more pressing issues that must be engaging the attention of Mr. Bayoh and others as opposed to whether Mr. I.B. Kargbo should accept or not the National Award from the President His Excellency Dr. Ahmad Tejan Kabbah

Take for instance the implication of the Code of Ethics for journalists for the pending July 28, 2007 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections. The fact that a Special Code of Ethics could be designed specifically for journalists to abide by during those elections is a tacit testimony that in practice, the Sierra Leone Press remains a far cry from objectivity, morality, non-partisanity and dignity that it once commanded.

It was a shrewd and diplomatic sensibility of someone to the anomalies that characterize the practice of journalism in this country which if not handled with care especially during a crucial occasion like the elections is likely to spell doom for this country. The pressmen and presswomen were therefore reminded of the high standards that are required of them not only during elections but beholden at all times. Journalists by the very introduction of that code of ethics during elections were reminded that it does not pay to support international morality against patriotic fervour as has usually been the case; that not all is bad about their country and government but that rather there are many noble things to write home about.

The pressmen and presswomen by that code of ethics were told to their face that by implication and except for a few, most of them are no longer thought of as reliable and trustworthy observers and commentators but as partisans, provocateurs, collaborators and enemies of government. They were reminded that few people in Sierra Leone today romanticize journalists anymore; that freedom of the press does not mean freedom of the pressmen or presswomen, but freedom of the people as a whole as represented by the pressmen and presswomen.

The framers of the code must have appreciated the fact that there are journalists in this country who suffer from anti-social personality disorder which is a chronic behavior that propels them to manipulate, exploit, blackmail, distort or violate the rights of others with impunity simply because they command a newspaper or radio station on the one hand and/or take advantage of our moribund justice system on the other hand.

Have journalists ever stopped to think of the unsavory profanities and unprintable materials that flood their editions about one another? About decent, innocent, free-born and patriotic Sierra Leoneans? These are some of the grinding miseries and enervating forces eating into the fabric of journalism in this country that should be seen to occupy the attention of Mr. Bayoh and others

In essence, the code of ethics for the forthcoming general elections requires of journalists to take an honest retrospection of what is wrong with the Sierra Leone press.

Perhaps Mr. Bayoh and others remain to be educated on the premise of James Mcavoy that, "Bad men do not always do evil things and good men do not always do good things – and the ruin of a country is a complex thing, which involve good and bad intentions."

© Copyright by Awareness Times Newspaper in Freetown, Sierra Leone


Subject: Re: GEORGE KHORYAMA WEIGHS IN ON SLAJ INFIGHTING!!!
From: curious
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Date Posted: 21:18:51 04/19/07 ()
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"The pressmen and presswomen by that code of ethics were told to their face that by implication and except for a few, most of them are no longer thought of as reliable and trustworthy observers and commentators but as partisans, provocateurs, collaborators and enemies of government. They were reminded that few people in Sierra Leone today romanticize journalists anymore; that freedom of the press does not mean freedom of the pressmen or presswomen, but freedom of the people as a whole as represented by the pressmen and presswomen"
thank you very much Mr Khoryama. As somebody said few days ago, independence is a thing of the past in Sa lone Journalism except for Bra Kabbs and one or two others. So KABBS KANU THANK YOU VERY MUCH.


Subject: Leigh impersonator is banned
From: KABS KANU
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Date Posted: 17:10:11 04/19/07 ()
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Whoever impersonated Mr. John Leigh has been banned. The COCORIOKO Forum Board consisting of the Editor, Moderator and Forum Police reached that verdict today.

At the risk of being misunderstood, let me say that former Ambassador Leigh is one of the most remarkable of men. Infact, to me, he is one of the short list of public officials I have the highest respect for. In being humble enough to participate with us in this forum, he shows an impeccable streak to be democratic and to stick to the people . How many top officials and intellectuals want to join us here ? Many would rather turn their noses at us in superiority complex, whatever that may mean to their warped minds. The likes of John Leigh makes us feel that we amount to something great for our nation and that what we are doing here is worthy. We will not allow anyone to take advantage of his humility.

We have warned people not to impersonate others because this will remove the meat and juice from the forum and make it tasteless. This person did not listen, so the forum board has decided to set an example so people would know that we are serious.


Subject: Re: Leigh impersonator is banned
From: Observer
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Date Posted: 06:16:01 04/20/07 ()
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The only public figure I recall participating in any debate was John Benjamin.

Unlike the ambassador, he was arrogantly undemocratic and anyone who did not agree with his views had his/her postings deleted or banned from his NUP forum.


Subject: Re: Leigh impersonator is banned
From: Independent Observer
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Date Posted: 16:24:14 04/20/07 ()
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John Leigh's shameful record of rudeness, lies and general indecorum on this forum speaks more accurately about his character than you bald-faced self-serving lies.


Subject: Re: Leigh impersonator is banned
From: John E. Leigh
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Date Posted: 17:26:41 04/20/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
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Given your shrill tone, I can only surmise that you were either repeatedly rude, engaged in trash talk, lied and/or relied on flunkey dunce argumentation in your dealings with me only to receive a dose of your own medicine and that no matter what you wrote subsequently, you were never able to put me down.

My time-tested approach is simple: tit-for-tat, fire-for-fire, sink-or-rise for combat effectiveness but only after a "faul way noh yeri she, go yeri stone" situation.

Those who maintain civilized standards in this forum can alway expect the same from me. But wise guys get blown to pieces. Hence Low Grade San San can never gain the upperhand over High Grade Cement! With all good wishes. - JL


Subject: Re: Leigh impersonator is banned
From: Advice
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Date Posted: 08:08:29 04/21/07 ()
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"Given your shrill tone, I can only surmise that you were either repeatedly rude, engaged in trash talk, lied and/or relied on flunkey dunce argumentation in your dealings with me only to receive a dose of your own medicine and that no matter what you wrote subsequently, you were never able to put me down."

John Leigh:

Who is more rude, engages in trash talk, lies, and relies on flunkey dunce argumentation more than you? You have even admitted it, as you can see from the rest of your quote I put up above.

Leigh, no one needs to put you down. You have been doing a fine job putting yourself done. And you can't blame others for your own public suicide. Let go of your obsession with trying to get your bribe monies back from your fellow corrupt SLPP masters -- from Kabbah in 1996 to Berewa in 2006.

Remember the wise saying, John Leigh: When you lay down with (SLPP) dogs, don't be surprised that you get up with fleas all over you!


Subject: Re: Leigh impersonator is banned
From: COMEDIAN
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Date Posted: 17:18:00 04/19/07 ()
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You have just banned Bob Jusus. Heheheheheheehehe


Subject: Re: Leigh impersonator is banned
From: Happy go lucky
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No, you actually banned me. Why?


Subject: Does the Tejan-Jalloh Family Oppose PMDC?????? Bo Den SEF...
From: Independent Man
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Date Posted: 16:54:21 04/19/07 ()
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Fulas Hotly Oppose PMDC... The Tejan Jalloh Family Denounce PMDC’s Runningmate in Sierra Leone
By Sayoh Kamara
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Áwareness Times Newspaper yesterday witnessed as virtually the entire Tejan-Jalloh/Deen-Jalloh family in Sierra Leone, at a family reunion held at the family compound at No.3 Cline Street, Cline Town yesterday Wednesday 18th April 2007, hotly opposed the People’s Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC) party and as well denounced the decision of one of their brethren, Dr. Ibrahim I. Tejan-Jalloh to join the party describing it as "his singular decision which does not reflect the political position of the Tejan-Jalloh family, the Deen-Jalloh family or members of the Fula community in Sierra Leone."

The reaction of the family comes following the recent appointment of Dr. Ibrahim I. Tejan-Jalloh as Running Mate to the PMDC Leader, Mr. Charles Francis Margai.

The family reunion which was attended by family elders and representatives including youth representatives from Cline Town, Freetown, Kabala, Koinadugu District, Rossos, Bombali District and Mattru Jong, Moyamba District re-echoed the family’s "strong and solid support to the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP)" and emphasized that since Dr. Jalloh has "decided to go his own way" they will now only consider him as a blood brother but that they will not follow him to the PMDC.

A representative of the Fula Tribal Head in Cline Town, Abdulai Deen in his statement noted that as far as the Tejan-Jalloh/Deen-Jalloh family is concerned, they have no doubts in their minds regarding support for the SLPP. He said the departure of a single member from what he called "our political tradition" will not have any effect on "the solid support the SLPP has been enjoying from our family" adding that it has rather strengthened their resolve. He declared on behalf of the entire Fula community in the East I Constituency and in the Cline Town general area "our unshaken support to the SLPP now and for ever" because according to him, their fathers had was part of the formation and consolidation of the SLPP in the country.

Ibrahim Jalloh from Yogomaia in Koinadugu District explained how the APC once maliciously buried a palm tree trunk in front of the compound of their grand uncle, Almamy A.R. Jalloh in Kabala as their own way of symbolizing the permanent demise of the SLPP. However, amazingly as he recounted, the buried palm tree, later blossomed and it is today providing shade in front of the late Chief’s house. According to him, the failed action of the APC at that time was proof of "how dedicated our parents were in their support for the SLPP," he said and declared, "We were born SLPP and we will die SLPP."

Alhaji Abdurahman Tejan, said to the family, the SLPP is "a tradition" since they met their parents as part of the party. "As off springs, we know no other party other than the SLPP. We are like a tree and its roots to the SLPP," he said.

Haja Marleen Deen Jalloh who spoke on behalf of the women family members said the decision of Dr. I.I. Tejan-Jalloh has not broken their family tradition of loyalty to the SLPP. "The decision he took was out of his singular volition. We are not with him as a family," she declared, noting however that they still consider him with "full respect" as their elder brother.

Yayah Deen Jalloh started by recalling the Tejan-Jalloh/Deen-Jalloh history, which he said originated from the same grand parent and that the Tejan and Deen names which form the compound names to the Jalloh "is one and only one with no difference." He explained that he was "shocked and dismayed" when he first heard the news that his elder brother has jumped ship to join the PMDC.

"He did not consult any member of the family. He took the decision on his own," he said, adding that had Dr. Jalloh consulted the family on what he intended to do, "we would have advised him otherwise," he said. He too declared the family’s "unflinching" support for the SLPP. He however noted that younger family members will remain humble to Dr. I.I. Tejan-Jalloh as an elder of the family, but that politically, "we are not with Dr. Tejan-Jalloh." He emphasized that the family has always regarded Alhaji Sulaiman Tejan-Jalloh, the current highly respected, Sierra Leone Ambassador to the United States of America, as their political leader, noting that where ever he goes politically, the family solidly follows him.

In his closing remarks, Alpha O. Tejan-Jalloh who is one of Sierra Leone’s most successful architectural engineers, explained using architectural terms that their parents together with people like Kandeh Bureh, M.S. Mustapha, Salia Jusu Sheriff, Cummings John, Sir Milton Margai and a lot more others had built a "solid structure for the SLPP" which "no Tsunami or earthquake can shake" and noted that even if "one or two redundant columns drop off from the structure, it will not have any effect on its stability."

He pointed out that the overwhelming majority of the family members are solidly behind the SLPP. He went on to explain that the Tejan-Jalloh/Deen-Jalloh family is synonymous to the SLPP like that of the Bush family and the Republican Party, the Kennedy family and the Democrat Party, the Ben family and the Labour Party in England etc. He added that there is always the proverbial prodigal son or daughter who always has a place in their family when they decide to come home.

"The SLPP is "a Kombra


Subject: Re: Does the Tejan-Jalloh Family Oppose PMDC?????? Bo Den SEF...
From: Almamy Seray-Wurie Si
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Date Posted: 18:04:27 04/19/07 ()
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Interesting details from Sayoh Kamara...
If a Margai can be PMDC then a Tejan-Jalloh must not be a suprise..
The California Governor (A Republican) carries the State with a wife who is Democrat (Kennedy)....
I am related to The Tejan-Jallohs and as you can see I was named after that Kabala Grand Uncle...
No Family In SL can say all are for one party...
Its risky and unreasonable
STJ did contest as APC in the past....


Subject: Re: Does the Tejan-Jalloh Family Oppose PMDC?????? Bo Den SEF...
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Date Posted: 22:37:19 04/19/07 ()
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okay thief fambul. his name is alimamy not almamy or are you trying to civilized alimamy. what a shame.please be proud of your name.


Subject: Re: Does the Tejan-Jalloh Family Oppose PMDC?????? Bo Den SEF...
From: Almamy Seray-Wurie Si
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Date Posted: 08:06:28 04/20/07 ()
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Haw For Du..Man Dae Fose..
Mi Paddy Nar London Di Munku
I Miss You


Subject: UNDERSTANDING SARCASMS
From: John E. Leigh
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Date Posted: 16:47:14 04/19/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
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Here is a PMDC Dombolo, using the moniker Shock and others, who cannot differientiate between a sarcasm and licking a stamp but goes on to quote some saying whose implications he does not fully understand and using the saying without attribution.

In response, I exposed his carelessness as follows:

Posted by John E. Leigh on April 19, 2007 at 10:10:32:

In Reply to: Re: YOU CALL IT SARCASTIC BECAUSE YOU FAIL TO GET THE GIST posted by Shock on April 19, 2007 at 04:51:04:

"...... and some think they are great." – Shock,

aka LOW GRADE SAN SAN, SIERRA LEONEAN, Boli, Alie Koroma, Analyst, D. Kowa, Eyewitness, Not Funny, etc.

- all to no avail.

My response starts here:

"Yes, yes! Some people do - like flunkey, dynastic, erudite, bombastic form four dropout who thinks he is born to boss his superiors by crookish tricks such as:

(i)Misused Makeni to fake an excuse (ii) to attempt to split the SLPP by thinking he could (iii) double cross Third Force Reformists there in secretly forming his new One-Manic ownership party, where he (iv) manufactured an applications charade to (v) fool his loyal Northern VP hopefuls, then committed yet (vi) another double-cross of his own party loyalists and finally (vii) staged a foolish kindergarten stunt to dupe Fullahs and (viii) finally imploded his PMDC fahlahmahkahtah family party because he mistook everyone for fools, foolishly believing he has more sense than everyone.

Deceit, deception, duplicity, double-cross, degradation and duping produce dombolos and can never give us the type of statesmanship needed in the wounded land of Sierra Leone.

Our land needs healing most seriously and NOT more flim-flam, hip-hop or flip-flop. - JL


Subject: Re: UNDERSTANDING SARCASMS
From: Observer
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Date Posted: 20:48:50 04/19/07 ()
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As an independent observer I am convinced you missed the sarcasm directed at you, which was very well explained by one forumite earlier today.


Subject: PLEASE LISTEN TO THE LYING JOHN LEIGH
From: SIERRA LEONEAN
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Date Posted: 15:26:44 04/19/07 ()
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Listen to this shameless political liar, John Leigh. Speaking about Berewa's health, the attention-seeking Leigh said " ... He has dieted successfully and his belly is virtually flat. Frankly, he is physically fit to serve effectively as our president.".


John, nar so you sabi lie? Even a picture taken of Berewa this morning will show you an unhealthy, ugly looking man that should have never thought of running for president in any normal country where politics mean well for the people. When did sickly, fat Berewa get a FLAT BELLY? Boh John lef for lie lek tiff man.
If John Leigh has nothing more to say, he should learn to respect his himself by not lying without shame.


Subject: Re: PLEASE LISTEN TO THE LYING JOHN LEIGH
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
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Date Posted: 18:01:18 04/19/07 ()
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Borbor Bee’s belly is as ”virtually flat.” as the world is virtually flat not round. No one is going to deceive those who have eyes with which to see the size of Borbor Belleh’s belly which not even going to bed hungry is going reduce in roundness.

A question I would like to ask Mr. Leigh - with the Makeni ConBention so far behind him is whether he has any new advice to give to the voters. He has otherwise been famously quoted in the Worworlee press talking his practical philosophy as telling people to “ take the money” – that it’s alright to do so and they may do so, but must “vote with their conscience.” Does he still say that?

Some people - I suppose – are compromised by “taking” the money and some others – again I suppose – take oaths and make promises when they “take” the money.

Politicians - especially SLPP spokesmen have a responsibility to not mislead anyone into bribery and corruption.
President Kabbah’s SEVEN NATIONAL VALUES are good guidelines, if only we would all subscribe to it, in word and deed

I can assure Mr. Leigh that I do not have anything against him personally. It just sometimes happens in these our public chats, discussions, for me it is essentially a discussion between schools of thoughts, values, and the clashes of ideas that gather around discussion of issues and should be more so and less the distractions of being a buffoon of “personalities” or imagined persons.

Perhaps no match:



Subject: Re: Get Your Facts Right, Low Grade San San
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 16:19:28 04/19/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
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As far as Berewa's health is concerned, you have your own point of view, I have mine. Mine is based on personal observations within six inches of the subject over a ten-month period ended March 2007.

You indicated yours is from a photo - a photo that could be years old but which you would like to parade as taken today!

Based on Mr. Berewa's stamina on the tours I have been fortunate to be with him, I pronounce him physically and mentally fit to be our next president. It is merely one man's opinion based on personal experience.

All you have is wishful thinking from several thousand miles away. You have no eyewitness proof. I do.

Lastly, the fact that your opinion is different from mine on this subject does not mean that we should turn over our government to a well-known flunkey who is full of charade, double-cross, kindergarten stunts, deceit, deception, duplicity, degradation and duping and who thinks he is God's gift to mankind and the most clever man on earth who must be our president at all costs. Hence, he imploded on EAster Saturday.

My own view is that we ought to focus on the issues such as the candidates relevant education and experience, achievements in life, inate intelligence and the application of that intelligence, education and experience into achievements; bombastic flunkeyism, lie-lieism, tribalism; temperament, the people in the candidates team and so on and on.

Now your lastest handle is SIERRA LEONEAN. Soon you will change your stripes multiple times in line with your crookish intentions and because of your low san san opinion of yourself.

What ever happened to your Low Grade SAN SAN handle? I am used to dealing with High Quality Cement.

Now, you have nothing left but insults, rudeness, cuss, trash talk, vulgarisms and flunkey dunce argumentation. How can High Quality Cement treat Low Grade San San with respect when he is finish and done with.

PMDC's leading personalities like yourself should be busy apologizing to the Fullahs, Mandingoes and Sosu people of Sierra Leone as well as to all their Sierra Leone kith and kin, friends and business associates because your made a big effort to deceit and dupe them during registration of voters in February and March.

Goodluck to all you PMDC = Permanent Mess for Dombolo Charades; Phoney Mission for Deceptive Creeps. -JL


Subject: Re: John Leigh the Medical Doctor
From: The Impersonator
To: All
Date Posted: 09:14:16 04/20/07 ()
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Quoting John Leigh: Based on Mr. Berewa's stamina on the tours ... I pronounce him physically and mentally fit to be our next president. It is merely one man's opinion based on personal experience".

Wow, John Leigh the medical doctor. So you now do physicals and pronouncements? Now would you please pronounce me physically fit to run for the presidency too?


Subject: Re: John Leigh the Medical Doctor
From: John E. Leigh
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Date Posted: 09:45:49 04/20/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
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Once again, I am not a medical doctor and I cannot in good conscience pronounce as fit for this or that, a remedial chicken moniker abuser unknown personallt to me. Perhaps, The Impersonator might find my explanation to TEE, reproduced below, instructive.

I advise you to please stop exposing the low grade san san qualities of PMDC membership in the interest of your colleagues. You are not contributing anything positive change.

========================================================================

Posted by John E. Leigh on April 20, 2007 at 09:29:06:

In Reply to: Re: Get Your Facts Right, Low Grade San San posted by TEE on April 20, 2007 at 02:40:08:

TEE:

"I didn't know john leigh was a medical doctor, ans after examining berewa has "pronounce him physically and mentally fit to be our next president". - TEE

For your information, forming an opinion as to whether someone you are dealing with is "physically and mentality fit" for whatever he is up to, is a daily occurrence around the world. One can form accurate commonsense evaluations of the facts in one's possession concerning numerous everyday situations without any medical or scientific or professional qualifications - just as I have done in my Berewa evaluation.

Thus, contrary to your conclusion, it is not the monopoly responsibility of medical doctors to pronounce another person fit.

Did you medically examine any of your teachers, or your parents or your boss at work, or your neighbors or whatever before accepting each of them as physically and mentally fit for you to deal with them or for their roles in your life or in society?

Have you ever medically examined Barack Obama or Tony Blair to form your own private opinion that they are physically and mentally fit to do what they are doing?
An ordinary individual can form a valid opinion on many, many areas of human activity and such personal opinions will make sense to others without professional intervention.

"Doctor, I want to be examine and get advice if i am physically and mentally fit to vote." - TEE

I am not a medical doctor - and you know it. Besides, I don't know you. But you don't need a medical doctor to tell you if you are fit to vote. If you can't decide for yourself, why are you in this forum?

One thing I can also tell you is that Sierra Leone Fullahs, Mandingoes and Sosus who have registered to vote are fit to vote regardless of PMDC opinCall tactics.

In conclusion, please note that my patience for flunkey dunce argumentation is not unlimited. So, goodbye on this issue. - JL


Subject: Re: John Leigh the Medical Doctor
From: Still Impersonating
To: All
Date Posted: 14:41:40 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 208.41.8.154

Message:
Quoting John Leigh Again: "For your information, forming an opinion as to whether someone... is "physically and mentality fit"... is a daily occurrence around the world. One can form accurate commonsense evaluations of the facts in one's possession...without any medical or scientific or professional qualifications"

Johnny Leigh, this is not the same as making a pronouncement especially in light of the context in which we have been talking. Listen, this is something we can forgive you for, butlying to make a coverup is academic and intellectual ineptness found only in the "low grade" malpotent semi-literate non-conformist academic misfit. I respect you, but I disrespect this opinion. You are not a Doctor, and therefore CONNOT PRONOUNCE anyone "physically and mentally fit". There is a fine line between "opinion" and "Pronouncement". Pronouncements have to be based on scientific facts. Pronouncements such as medical fitness cannot be done by anyone other than a trained and certified medical doctor...even by Sierra leone's standard. I still want to believe that you mispoke that one. In essence, if you had the chance to do it all over, you will omit piece. No? Based on my current findings, I will therefore ask the judge to strike that out of the record so that the jury doesnt see it. Listen, just admit and lets move on.
By the way, this has nothing to do with PMDC. You said something stupid, you made a pronouncement without the proper authority and you have been pinned down. Any fruitless and stupid attempt to try and defend this defenceless misstatement with your under-valued and not-so-rich semantical verbiage will only make you more attractive for ridicle. Now, come clean.
Its me, your impersonator.


Subject: Re: John Leigh the Medical Doctor
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 15:55:25 04/20/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
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Message:
Anybody can give his opinion on any matter he wishes to opine on in this Forum and to do so without fraud. And any idle bs critic can take an opinion and call it a pronouncement on his own without the original individual that gave the opinion in the first place ever initiating the use of the word 'pronouncement' or even 'opinion'.

But if this bs wiseguy then decides to do a foolumunku dessertation "analyzing" his warpped understanding of the differences in meaning between an 'opinion' and a 'pronouncement'without recognizing the informal setting of this forum, nobody needs to waste time with the munku tombo remedial PMDC dunce.

As we all know, there is an over-population of Munda Tombo Dumbo Foolumuku Dombolo Bangucrooks in the SLeone Diaspora community.

Again, if you do not agree with my opinion of Mr. Berewa's health, his physical and mental stamina as observed by me in person, no problem! It's your right. But if you wish to talk trash about 'opinion' and 'pronouncement' without recognizing the context in which my lay man's statement were made, I am happy to recommend, in the first instance, that you go drink the Sherbro Straights instead of trying hard to waste people's time. Thank you and goodbye. -JL


Subject: Re: John Leigh the Medical Doctor
From: TEE
To: All
Date Posted: 14:41:48 04/22/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: 82-45-201-27.cable.ubr01.camd.blueyonder.co.uk at 82.45.201.27

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John Leigh, can you pls do me a favour by accepting that your statement was a mistake. simple. Even kpana in the bush can have only one interpretation for that. I am san san boy, proud of that, and so what. Slpp made us all san san boys.


Subject: Re: John Leigh the Medical Doctor
From: Continuous Impersonation
To: All
Date Posted: 10:39:28 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: ool-4573708c.dyn.optonline.net at 69.115.112.140

Message:
Quoting John Leigh: "Again, if you do not agree with my opinion of Mr. Berewa's health, his physical and mental stamina as observed by me in person, no problem! It's your right"

John Leigh, I still continue to agree with your opinion. I just disagree with your "pronouncement". I continue to maintain that they are semantically different words, inspite the circumstances under which they are used. One (opinion) is loosely used, and even a fool has one, while the other can only be used by individuals with specific authority. A Pope for instance makes a church pronouncement, and it becomes a church law. A Paramedic/doctor can pronounce an accident victim dead at the scene of an accident. But you cannot make a pronouncement on someone's health if you are not a doctor (medical/mental/dental or otherwise) and have not done a physical examination based on scientific fact. I am assuming that you misspoke. The more you continue to wallow in this lameduck defense, the worse you are making it for yourself. Accept and lets move on.Finally, forget about whether I belong to a political party or not, this is about grammatical inadequacy and I want us to discuss it devoid of our political ideology. I am pretty sure you will agree with me.
Continuous Impersonation


Subject: Re: John Leigh the Medical Doctor
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 14:06:01 04/21/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-mtc-aa04.proxy.aol.com at 64.12.116.8

Message:
Here is an excellent example of the san san human quality gravel that populates PMDC flunkey group of tombo, dumbo, munda, mumbo, munku, dunku, funku, yunku, wunku bangucrooks foolumunku dombolos. Goodbye. - JL


Subject: Re: John Leigh the Medical Doctor
From: A Dedicated Imposter
To: All
Date Posted: 15:52:08 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: ool-4573708c.dyn.optonline.net at 69.115.112.140

Message:
That is exactly what I expected. Everyone is either SLPP or not. And for you, the only way to determine one's political ideology/affiliation is based on whether they agree with you on not. You do not Know the difference between "Pronouncement" and "Opnion" You claimed that you have "pronounced Berewa physically and mentally fit to run for president" Everyone on this forum sensed the professional blasphemy. Some were quick to point that out to you, others who didnt know were wondering whether you were a doctor.As far as you are concerned. who ever questions your medical credentials is a PMDC man, even though no one knows you as a medical personnel. Now I expect you to come back with boku cuss ehn marbayla vocabulary. Let me say this young man, many people read and contribute to this forum. Majority are aseducated and informed as you. Others, are far beyond your reach. Therefore, its important that you crosscheck your 'opinions' and grammar before writing them here. if possible do some spell check you submission. Now let me hear what is your next rigmaroling verbosity.
A dedicated Imposter


Subject: Re: John Leigh the Medical Doctor
From: Judge
To: All
Date Posted: 08:47:45 04/21/07 ()
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"Anybody can give his opinion on any matter he wishes to opine on in this Forum and to do so without fraud."

Leigh, I am begining to think that you are a fool. You have the right to your opinion. But you do not have a right to tell lies. That means you do not have a right to say someone who has a potbelly has a flat stomach.

And when you misrepresent to forumites the fact that Berewa is 7-months pregnant with a hanging potbelly merely because he is your latest hope to recover your bribes from the SLPP, that is fraud.

So, that makes you a fraud.


Subject: Re: John Leigh the Medical Doctor
From: The Doctor's friend
To: All
Date Posted: 14:51:01 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Okay John Leigh, I pronounce you dead. And this is based on my "...commonsense evaluations of the facts in [my] possession"

Infact I pronounce you mentally fit to become a san-san boy based on " daily occurrence around the world"

No, I withdraw. Actually I pronounce you a Medical Doctor.


Subject: Re: John Leigh the Medical Doctor
From: Fool
To: All
Date Posted: 08:48:36 04/21/07 ()
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You have exposed John Leigh as a fool.


Subject: Re: Get Your Facts Right, Low Grade San San
From: TEE
To: All
Date Posted: 02:40:08 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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I didn't know john leigh was a medical doctor, ans after examining berewa has "pronounce him physically and mentally fit to be our next president". Doctor, I want to be examine and get advice if i am physically and mentally fit to vote.


Subject: Re: Get Your Facts Right, Low Grade San San
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 10:53:10 04/20/07 ()
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Tomorrow it’s the Nigerian Presidential elections!!!!!

They say that some people are born to rule.

As if I was there in 1996): Hon. Charles Francis Margai contested the SLPP party leadership as the main challenger to Ahmad Tejan Kabbah ( before his potential to be crowned” the bringer of peace” became apparent). Mr. Margai was tainted with a claim that slightly dented his humble intentions, but that alone was not enough to deter what his rivals still call “burning with ambition”. Being a Margai with a Knighthood to live up to/aim for could not have been the sole basis of his popularity within the party – because he was still the number one contender despite the claim that everyone is talking about to this very day – a claim that he probably never made officially or even to his most intimate friends hearing, that the leadership of the SLPP was going to finally fulfil its destiny of being transmitted genetically as has apparently happened in Syria – and that this was an attempt by the head of the Margai clan to create a dynasty and a Royal family within the SLPP. It offends modern democratic instincts (I’m not talking about established monarchies like Swedish Royalty and House of Windsor.

His popularity then within the SLPP must have been based on additional qualities, abilities and his reputation for helping with legal advice and representation of the poor could stand him in good on 28th July His position within the party and the portfolios in which he has served are clear merits. He’s now working hard building his party. As Sir Albert said “The allegations are false” (About corruption in the SLPMB) so too I say the polls are false……

In 2002 the SLPP special elite witnessed another contest for party leadership with Albert’s crown prince Margai leading the opposition to Kabbah with even greater passion and intensity having waited good six years – it is reported that he was feeling very frustrated about the party being hijacked by the other side - and Kabbah not even being a founding father of the party or even the son of a founding father from Moyamba and like Abdulai Conteh, Kabbah, coming all the way from Kambia (get a few pliable Northerners to his SLPP cause etc etc.). Of course Kabbah must have been doing some internal jihad and shura, in the evenings, fighting for his won survival. The characterisation of Mr. Margai as a man of extreme arrogance and unbridled ambition to succeed in his father’s footsteps as King of the SLPP & country again resurfaced with an intensity that survives and will get stronger when the sheep will have to be separated from the goats….

How successful a leader would Charles Margai have been in 1996? 2002? If he had won the Makeni Conbention what would Solo Bee be doing today?

If Sir Albert were with us today, I wonder whether he would be SLPP or PMDC or perhaps Charles would have been in his party ( of which he would probably not be leader at the age ninety six......

The one-party State Kingdom /dy-nasty .that Sir Albert could have dreamed up would surely have been a transmission along the pure lines of the SLPP lineage and not to some bastard (excuse the all-British expression) and not to some bastard offshoot, a few twigs together, ripped from the sturdy and stable palm tree to make a new broom that would do some symbolically clean sweeping.

In whichever case, Charles must be seen as his own man now and not a puppet of his dearly departed father and uncle. The SLPP subscribes to certain principles and on the whole it is persons more than principles that decide even at the Makeni Conventions……

Tee, now with a quack APC doctor, of a certain war-like temperament, before signing the death warrant, he would take out his cutlass just to make sure……


One gets the impression that the PMDC does indeed centre around one man and it is not so much that its hierarchical; everyone, including those who want equal rights in the say-so, know that he’s the boss. He’s sitting on the throne and perhaps some of his fans come up and kiss his hands, ask fro favour, and he signs their autographs. He’s not at the apex, he’s sitting on the ground surrounded by a lot of people clamouring for his attention, more and more people who must refer to him for all kinds of decisions – assuming that “his” authority has not been delegated to people who know what their functions are in an organisation in which the parts are as yet used to working together – effectively, in organised structures. It takes time for party to establish it’s identity and writing a great and even inspiring Manifesto is easy – PMDC came out early with theirs – in the rush to establish identity and show that they mean business.



Subject: Re: BEREWA IS HEALTHY & HAS THE REQUISITE STAMINA
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 09:29:06 04/20/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
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Message:
TEE:

"I didn't know john leigh was a medical doctor, ans after examining berewa has "pronounce him physically and mentally fit to be our next president". - TEE

For your information, forming an opinion as to whether someone you are dealing with is "physically and mentality fit" for whatever he is up to, is a daily occurrance around the world. One can form accurate commonsense evalutions of the facts in one's possession concerning numerous everyday situations without any medical or scientific or professional qualifications - just as I have done in my Berwa evaluation.

Thus, contrary to your conclusion, it is not the monopoly responsibility of medical doctors to pronounce another person fit.

Did you medically examine any of your teachers, or your parents or your boss at work, or your neighbors or whatever before accepting each of them as physically and mentally fit for you to deal with them or for their roles in your life or in society?

Have you ever medically examined Barack Obama or Tony Blair to form your own private opinion that they are physically and mentally fit to do what they are doing?

An ordinary individual can form a valid opinion on many, many areas of human activity and such personal opinions will make sense to others without professional intervention.

"Doctor, I want to be examine and get advice if i am physically and mentally fit to vote." - TEE

I am not a medical doctor - and you know it. Besides, I don't know you. But you don't need a medical doctor to tell you if you are fit to vote. If you can't decide for yourself, why are you in this forum?

One thing I can also tell you is that Sierra Leone Fullahs, Mandingoes and Sosus who have registered to vote are fit to vote regardless of PMDC opinCall tactics.

In conclusion, please note that my patience for flunkey dunce argumentation is not unlimited. So, goodbye on this issue. - JL


Subject: Re: John Leigh the Fool
From: Doctor
To: All
Date Posted: 08:54:02 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"Thus, contrary to your conclusion, it is not the monopoly responsibility of medical doctors to pronounce another person fit."

Again, you are showing the world that you are a fool, John Leigh. You do not understand the word credibility.

Any fool can "pronounce another person fit." But only a fool will take such a pronoucnement seriously if it comes from a fool -- like you -- instead of from a qualified medical doctor.


Subject: Re: Get Your Facts Right, Low Grade San San
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 08:05:00 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:

A Hasidic proverb emphasising the value of study /education: ”If you drop gold and books, pick up first the books and then the gold.”

When I came across the above proverb a half hour ago, I thought of the encouragement and advice given to the all too needy and destitute and otherwise forsaken to “take the bribe but satisfy your conscience when you vote” (and other words of persuasions in that generally crooked (bent) direction

There are doctors and there are doctors.

Concerning gullibility about anyone who is standing on a party platform and has his own self-interests to promote it has been written “A liar who will deceive with his tongue will not hesitate to do the same with his pen.”
The full saying by Maimonides is “Do not consider it proof because it is written in books, for a liar who will deceive with his tongue will not hesitate to do the same with his pen.”

This was actually to TEE:

A quack SLPP MD will qualify you by asking one question and one question only:

“Vote? For who the SLPP, the PMDC or the APC?” If you identified yourself as PMDC or APC he might even write your death certificate - then what happens when you turn up to vote and he’s there as a polling officer?
First he checks the Voters Register and sees your name and address in black and white. He then asks you, “Didn’t I write your death certificate three months ago?
You: “Yes.”
Dr: “Well then you’re dead and can’t vote “(for the PMDC)
“Don’t be silly, stupid man, I'm not dead, and I’m talking to you”
Dr: “I’ m the Dr. Livingstone here, I have pronounced you dead and so you will remain. I’m A DOCTOR. Do you know better than me, you flunkey, low grade San-San boy,” etc and a string of low-grade adjectives????

If you are a san-san boy like me – or have holes in your pocket or your jeans it could be
(Mentally) assumed that you are only mentally equipped to vote for the PMDC - but if you wear a tuxedo to cover the big belly, or have a fat offshore account you'll probably have a free lunch at the next Makeni Con-Ben-tion.
In fact every registered san-san boy has one vote same as Dr. – even if the doctor believes that it’s not fair, that san-san should have the same (equal) voting rights as him….

Fact is that the literacy rate may be 35% which means that we (san –san boys) are in the majority. Illiteracy is not synonymous with ignorance. Every young Sierra Leonean hungers and thirsts after knowledge. Some Sierra Leoneans do not get a basic education because of poverty and given the clear choice would spontaneously abide by the dictum,”If you drop gold and books, pick up first the books and then the gold.”

I’d juts like to add that in my opinion and in the opinion of the president of Sierra Leone (the author of the SEVEN NATIONAL VALUES) part of being defined as “mentally fit to be president of Sierra Leone “, would not only mean that the man must have knowledge and understanding, but he must also have moral qualities that Mr. Kabbah defines as NATIONAL VALUES, honesty being a very important qualification. How do we measure that?
If Berewa declared his assets right now, he would get an increase of at least 50% among the intelligentsia in the country and a little over that in the Diaspora because the Diaspora intelligentsia are a little enamoured of the government that has wisely granted the possibilities that go with dual nationality.

How do the presidential candidates measure up to the president’s ideals for all citizens?

• Resourcefulness
• Excellence
• Tolerance
• Good neighbourliness
• Generosity
• Honesty
• Self-esteem
In that case the APC leader qualifies very strongly.

Mr Ernest Bai Koroma, soft- spoken, humble demeanour – nice guy, handsome guy, not perceived as arrogant and extremely focused on the problems he would like to fix should he be given an opportunity to wipe out corruption.

The long battle over leadership of the party, out of which he emerged winner, shows determination, and tenacity and as we see he sought for advice – at some time Dr. Abdulai Conteh was in Sierra Leone to help solve the internal dissension that could have resulted in the formation of a break away PMDC type palm tree branch….. the rising sun no.2/ the second rising sun.

Democracy was severely tested and prevailed in the APC. In real parties there are strong leadership types, so naturally the APC (unlike the PMDC) has a few potential leaders - it’s natural that the compete for leadership and the party members have decided to rally round Hon. Ernest Bai Koroma, the party leader .Beautiful. No con-bention no “we was robbed” and no weeping into the poyo of disappointment and sorrow.

Of course Mr. Margai would have been happier if his leaving the SLPP, to form his own party would have wrecked the SLPP. In that case (Jimmy Kandeh would agree) in that case, with the SLPP in ruins (ruined by Charles Margai) it would have then been a straight fight between the APC and the PMDC. With most SLPPers caught in the “Them of US” reality, throwing their weight behind Uncle Charlie for next president.

I think that by that time some of the diehards from around 1967 times would conclude, PMDC, SLPP what’s the difference? Same SHIT and this time it’s Albert junior (and who was it who said “I and my father are one”?

In case all this just leaves TEE depressed, here’s some


Subject: Re: PLEASE LISTEN TO THE LYING JOHN LEIGH
From: Advice
To: All
Date Posted: 16:30:41 04/19/07 ()
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"As far as Berewa's health is concerned, you have your own point of view, I have mine. Mine is based on personal observations within six inches of the subject over a ten-month period ended March 2007."

John Leigh, you are really dense. Whether Berewa is pot-bellied or not is a matter easily discernible from observation. Your "personal" observation is not superior to any non-personal observation, where Berewa's photograph is readily available for all to observe -- as it clearly is.

Therefore, implying that you are more truthful, despite your record of untruthfulness on this forum, is yet further evidence of your seemingly compulsive habit of telling lies.

Let go of your immoral investment in bribes to the SLPP leadership over the past 10 years. Recovering it is not worth dragging what's left of your tattered reputation down into the gutter where the rest of the SLPP leaders' reputation wallows comfortably.


Subject: Re: PLEASE LISTEN TO THE LYING JOHN LEIGH
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 05:44:57 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
“”personal" observation is not superior to any non-personal observation”
It could also depend on one’s familiarity with the subject.

If Mr. Solomon Berewa’s agile mind has been functioning at peak levels during the past few years of his vice presidency and he has been able to discharge his very demanding workload, reasonably well then obviously he is fit to be president. Is there any question about his mental capacity? He still talks like a school master:

http://allafrica.com/stories/200702140913.html


I am impressed by what Mr. Leigh describes as a very disciplined Solomon up before dawn and some great men are regular and disciplined like him.

I was also moved by Dr. Leigh’s certainties and pronouncements – mostly of loyalty and who knows, also empathy – something which enemy doctors lack.

Empathy (“Yes Massa we sick”) or too close an identification (could be a running mate) with the patient has been known to produce e.g. stigmata……

His “I pronounce him physically and mentally fit to be our next president” was modified by the very next sentence “It is merely one man's opinion based on personal experience.”

Is there any candidate who in the Dr.’s opinion is not mentally or physically fit to be his next president?

“a photo that could be years old “ or one modified by Photoshop…..


A quack SLPP MD will qualify you by asking one question and one question only:
“Vote? For who the SLPP, the PMDC or the APC?” If you identified yourself as PMDC or APC he might even write your death certificate - then what happens when you turn up to vote and he’s there as a polling officer?
First he checks the Voters Register and sees your name and address in black and white. He then asks you, “Didn’t I write your death certificate three months ago?
You: “Yes.”
Dr: “Well then you’re dead and can’t vote.”
“Don’t be silly, I'm not dead, I’m talking to you”
Dr: “I’m the Dr. I have pronounced you dead. I’m A DOCTOR . Do you know better than me, you flunkey, low grade San-San boy,” etc and (a string of low-grade adjectives

If you are a san-san boy like me – or have holes in your pocket or your jeans it could be
(Mentally) assumed that you are only mentally equipped to vote for the PMDC - but if you wear a tuxedo to cover the big belly, or have a fat offshore account you'll probably have a free lunch at the next Makeni Con-Bend-tion.
In fact every registered san-san boy has one vote same as Dr. – even if the doctor believes that it’s not fair, that san-san should have the same (equal) voting rights as him….


Fact is that the literacy rate may be 35% which means that we (san –san boys) are in the majority.



Subject: Re: PLEASE LISTEN TO THE LYING JOHN LEIGH
From: LOW GRADE SAN SAN
To: All
Date Posted: 11:20:49 04/21/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Fact is that the literacy rate may be 35% which means that we (san –san boys) are in the majority.

INTRESTING !!!!!!!!!!!

Have a good one.


Subject: Re: PLEASE LISTEN TO THE LYING JOHN LEIGH
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 04:58:23 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Here’s a nice one of His Excellency the Vice president but I don’t know how old it or the doctor is…..


Subject: Re: PLEASE LISTEN TO THE LYING JOHN LEIGH
From: John E Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 15:49:34 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
I am sorry, I thought nobody would read that part. His belly is actually not that flat, but not too big as you want others to believe. What I was saying was that he is now strictly on diet. Any attempt to eat saki tomboi or drink mampama will be met with fierce resistance. Because we understand that is the cause of his epilepsy.
JL


Subject: Re: PLEASE LISTEN TO THE LYING JOHN LEIGH
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
To: All
Date Posted: 20:02:08 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
His epilepsy! Like Caesar? That’s sad and even his enemies have sympathy – but not for the devil. Perhaps the president of the Gambia can help him…..
He must take his medicines on time (I had two girlfriends who were epileptic – they used to faint).
Now that you mention it, does his propensity to epileptic fits in any way affect his ability to perform as best president?
If not, you no doubt entertain some faint/secret reflections on the possibility that you are perhaps a man in better health, more educated, more qualified, more able and more capable, plus do you have a virtuously flat stomach?
The stoic and self-imposed austere life style (no self-disdain) of a disciplined would-be president confers a lean stomach, a quality that aspirants must acquire if they want to be president. Having acquired the metaphorical (beauty) and moral attributes of a virtually flat stomach which testifies against all those borboh bellehs and political buffaloes eating all the grass where they are tethered, they are morally qualified to hold the highest office and lead the land. The rest is vision and emotional chemistry.
The moral encomium is:
“Live clean
Let your works be seen
Stand firm or feed worm.”
(Peter Tosh)
And standing firm, should stay fit for the next Makeni Convention,


Subject: Re: FOR REV. KABS KANU
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 16:27:53 04/19/07 ()
Email Address: John E. Leigh@yahoo.com
Entered From: cache-mtc-aa04.proxy.aol.com at 64.12.116.8

Message:
Now you have resorted to impersonate me and defraud, deceive and dupe all forumites with your deliberate lies misusing my name.

I am referring your instant deceit, deception, duplicity and duping to Rev Kabs Kanu for corrective action. If you can't stand the heat, exit the kitchen. If you are unable to compete by the rules do not pick on your superiors. You have lost badly.

Rev., I would like this cookish personality to be exposed to all forumites soonest for using my own name without authority to discredit the stance I have long taken in this matter under discussion. Thank you. - JL


Subject: Re: FOR REV. KABS KANU
From: KABS KANU
To: All
Date Posted: 16:35:31 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
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We will delete them in a moment, Mr. Leigh. Just hold on.


Subject: REMEMBERING THOSE THUGS WHO LIVED BY THE SWORD
From: Dr. CHARLES CURTIS-THOMAS
To: All
Date Posted: 11:51:46 04/19/07 ()
Email Address: rnmdtwo@yahoo.com
Entered From: at 66.153.106.114

Message:
The AFRC High Command / Supreme Council

The High Command was largely comprised of the Instigators of the Coup of 25 May 1997 and those with whom they found common purpose to lead them; designations given above each name indicate the office(s) occupied by the particular individual in the AFRC Supreme Council whilst the AFRC was in power. Ranks assigned to the soldiers in question are the official SLA ranks they had attained up to the point of the coup.

Chairman of the AFRC, Head of State and
Commander-in-Chief of the People’s Army
Major Johnny Paul Koroma

AFRC Chief Secretary of State / Secretary for Mineral Resources
Influential Ground Commander of the AFRC (post-February 1998)
Captain Solomon A. J. Musa

Secretary-General of the AFRC
Colonel A. K. Sesay

AFRC Chief of Defence Staff
Colonel S. F. Y. Koroma

AFRC Public Liaison Officer 1 (PLO 1) assigned to cover the Ministerial briefs of Mineral Resources, Transport and Communications, Lands, Housing and Country Planning and Environment
Staff Sergeant Abu Sankoh (alias “Zagallo”)


The AFRC High Command / Supreme Council

The High Command was largely comprised of the Instigators of the Coupof 25 May 1997 and those with whom they found common purpose to leadthem; designations given above each name indicate theoffice(s) occupied by the particular individual in the AFRC SupremeCouncil whilst the AFRC was in power. Ranks assigned tothe soldiers in question are the official SLA ranks they had attainedup to the point of the coup.

Chairman of the AFRC, Head of State and
Commander-in-Chief of the People’s Army
Major Johnny Paul Koroma

AFRC Chief Secretary of State / Secretary for Mineral Resources
Influential Ground Commander of the AFRC (post-February 1998)
Captain Solomon A. J. Musa

Secretary-General of the AFRC
Colonel A. K. Sesay

AFRC Chief of Defence Staff
Colonel S. F. Y. Koroma

AFRC Public Liaison Officer 1 (PLO 1) assigned to cover the Ministerialbriefs of Mineral Resources, Transport and Communications, Lands, Housing and Country Planning and Environment
Staff Sergeant Abu Sankoh (alias “Zagallo”)

AFRC Public Liaison Officer 2 (PLO 2) assigned to cover the Ministerialbriefs of Works and Labour, Telecommunications (Sierratel), Customs and Excise and Postal Services
Staff Sergeant Alex Tamba Brima (alias “Gullit”)

AFRC Public Liaison Officer (PLO 3) assigned to cover the Ministerialbriefs of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Energy and Power, Lotto and Income Tax
Staff Sergeant Ibrahim Kamara (alias “Bazzy”)

Chief Security Officer attached to the AFRC Chairman
Staff Sergeant Moses Kabia (alias “Rambo”)

Secretary of State attached to the Office of the AFRC Chairman
Major Victor L. King

Under Secretary of State for Mineral Resources
Captain Paul Thomas

Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Lance Corporal Tamba Gborie

Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Lance Corporal Santigie Borbor Kanu (alias “Five Five”)

Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Lance Corporal Foday Kallay

Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Staff Sergeant Brima Kamara

Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Staff Sergeant Sulaiman Turay

Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Lance Corporal Momoh Bangura

Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Lance Corporal Papa Bangura (alias “Batuta”)

Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Lance Corporal George Adams

Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Warrant Officer II Franklyn Conteh

Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Warrant Officer II Sammy Kargbo

(Civilian) Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Mr. Ibrahim Bioh Sesay (alias “Bioh”)

(Civilian) Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Mr. Abdul M. Sesay

(Civilian) Member of the AFRC Supreme Council
Mr. Hector Bob-Lahai

Other Prominent Leaders within the AFRC Faction

Comprising those who did not form part of the original contingent that overthrew the SLPP Government on 25 May 1997, nor who occupied positions of seniority on the AFRC Supreme Council, but who nevertheless had powers of directional influence or commandership in the faction at one time or another)

AFRC Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
Alimamy Pallo Bangura

AFRC Public Relations Officer (PRO) / Spokesman /
later Under-Secretary of State for Information
Allieu B. Kamara

Influential Ground Commander of AFRC / West Side Boys
Hassan Bangura (alias “Bomblast” or “Papa”)

Operations Officer (Army)
Lieutenant Akim Turay

Operations Officer (Military Police)
Captain Emil Dumbuya

Miscellaneous AFRC “Special Envoys”
Omrie Golley
Steve Bio
Ibrahim Bah


Subject: COUNTRYMEN AND WOMEN, THIS IS VERY SERIOUS BUSINESS!
From: Dr. CHARLES CURTIS-THOMAS
To: All
Date Posted: 11:30:38 04/19/07 ()
Email Address: RNMDTWO@YAHOO.COM
Entered From: at 66.153.106.114

Message:
Introduction


1.After years of brutal conflict in Sierra Leone, there existed a need to confront the past. The nation wanted to know what precipitated the wave of vengeance and mayhem that swept across the country. How was it that the people of Sierra Leone came to turn on each other with such ferocity? Why did so many abandon traditions of community and peaceful co-existence? Why were long held and cherished customs and taboos so wantonly discarded? It is only through generating such understanding that the horrors of the past can effectively be prevented from occurring again. Knowledge and understanding are the most powerful deterrents against conflict and war.

2.The Commission accordingly recommends the widest possible dissemination of its Report and its different versions, including the Children’sVideo and Pictorial versions. The Commission encourages the production of popular versions and summaries in different local languages.Dissemination committees should be organized to distribute the Report at the national and local levels. In particular, the Commission encourages the use of the Report and its different versions to promote dialogue and debate in workshops and other events around the country.The contents of the Report should be incorporated into education programmes from primary to tertiary level. The full Report and its appendixes will be made available on the internet.

(Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Report)


Subject: Re: COUNTRYMEN AND WOMEN, THIS IS VERY SERIOUS BUSINESS!
From: Saidu Daphay Turay
To: All
Date Posted: 12:29:21 04/19/07 ()
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Message:
Dr. Curtis Thomas,

The fact of the matter involves so many factors. To start with Sierra Leone from the early sixties as I knew myself was a blessed and God fearing nation. The country also was the most hospitable country in the region, regardless of race or nationality. I can recall, Sierra Leoneans years by could accommodate strangers and still do, thus depriving their own brothers and sisters for the comfort of a stranger. Then came political rivalry between the SLPP and the APC. Since then greed, hatred, manipulations and ethnic divisions took over the once peaceful and harmonious country. So the strangers that came to seek their interests in the country exploited the situation by aligning with governments in power through bribery and il-advising officials governments to turn against our people. Yes, as the adage goes " if house nor sell you, street nor go buy you." Since then, the culture of selfishness- only immediate families or someone with "deep pocket," (money) is capable of surviving in Sierra Leone. What would you expect the illitrate, poor and the trampled litrate to do if gleamer of hope for survival is bleak? The ferocity of our brothers and sisters against each other is ignited by the neglect, abuse and intransigent attitudes of our leaders and politicians towards them. I will attest that Sierra Leoneans are smart people with the urge to excel in all spheres of life but the only problem that has eaten the fabric of our nation is the preference and respect for strangers to take dominion of our dignity, thus morgaging our God-given rights to flourish and build a great nation. The phobia we have for strangers is still eating the fabric of our national existence. For example, when I left Sierra Leone in the late seventies and migrated to Liberia, during the course of the war, when I returned to Sierra Leone to start a project, I visited the Finance Ministry, where the late Thaimu Bangura was a Minister. Upon entering his office I met tens of people in his lounge waiting to see him since 8:00 a.m., my change of accent immediately gave me a pasport to see him instanta, while the people that voted him to power wasted the entire day without seeing him. So you see the injustice and neglect that exists in Sierra Leone. We are not nationalistic, we don't respect each other, and the polygamous competition which exists in our culture is still haunting us. Nevertheless, the ferocities and divisions which continue to demean us will come to an end if we are ready to bury our differences and forge ahead for a united and prosperous nation.


Subject: Re: COUNTRYMEN AND WOMEN, THIS IS VERY SERIOUS BUSINESS!
From: Dr. CHARLES CURTIS-THOMAS
To: All
Date Posted: 13:06:59 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 66.153.106.114

Message:
I Appreciate your comment.

THANKS


Subject: Re: COUNTRYMEN AND WOMEN, THIS IS VERY SERIOUS BUSINESS!
From: Mohamed A. Kamara
To: All
Date Posted: 18:39:13 04/21/07 ()
Email Address: Saghinosoccerworld@yahoo.com
Entered From: ool-457951c4.dyn.optonline.net at 69.121.81.196

Message:
May god saturate our souls with such altruistic concepts, Comrade.


Subject: Sierra Leone in London friendly
From: FOOTBALLER
To: All
Date Posted: 11:05:52 04/19/07 ()
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Message:
Sierra Leone in London friendly

Leone Stars will play Leyton Orient in London
Sierra Leone will play English League One side Leyton Orient in a friendly in London next month.

The game, scheduled for 7 May, will be played at Brisbane Road, the stadium of Orient.

The Leone Stars will use the match as part of their build-up towards their next Nations Cup qualifier against Togo in June.

"The Leone Stars coaches are keen to beat Togo to improve their chances of qualifying for the 2008 Nations Cup," game organiser Robert Mapp told BBC Sport.

"There are a lot of young players from that country who play in the lower leagues in England and they will also be given the opportunity to fight for a place in the national team."

Sierra Leone are bottom of Group Nine with one point after three matches.



Subject: We wonder if they will return home, or go into hiding?
From: CHIEFDOM ELDERS
To: All
Date Posted: 11:18:54 04/19/07 ()
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Message:
WILL THEY RETURN HOME AFTER THE MATCHES?


Subject: Re: We wonder if they will return home, or go into hiding?
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 21:55:31 04/19/07 ()
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Entered From: c-75-66-114-24.hsd1.tn.comcast.net at 75.66.114.24

Message:
Do you blame them? There are many ways to go to heaven. If thats their own way so be it.


Subject: PDL LEADER READY TO WIN SIERRA LEONE PRESIDENCY
From: Fatmata Konbay
To: All
Date Posted: 08:12:41 04/19/07 ()
Email Address: freedomsal@yahoo.fr
Entered From: at 212.60.66.73

Message:
SIERRA LEONE PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE.

PDL
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Date: 18th April 2007.

From: ALIMAMY BAKARR SANKOH

Subject: MY DECLARATION TO CONTEST THE PRESIDENCY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SIERRA LEONE.

In 2004, I intimated fellow compatriot Sierra Leoneans at home and the Diaspora my good intention to wrest power through legitimate and democratic process, from the cabal of settlers’ colonial thieves, pen-robbers, political prostitutes and gangsters in Freetown. I am grateful to God Almighty and to the Sierra Leonean grassroots, the restive youth population, former combatants, the neglected masses in the provinces, those who earned their living in the farms, students, workers, professionals, the unemployed, traditional rulers, elders and pensioners, who continue to support me and I feel greatly encouraged by the responses I have received.

After consulting widely and wisely, I am pleased to state in unequivocal terms my position on the development in the polity and declare to the whole world my resolve to contest the forth-coming presidential election.

This declaration is intended to "dispel the false and negative propaganda my opponents are spreading around town regarding my standing and orientation in the unfolding political process". It is also to state unequivocally, directly, categorically and unambiguously that, no artificial barrier will reverse my preparedness to contest for the office of the President of the Republic of Sierra Leone.

Let me state with all honesty that my immediate aim and objective since I became active politician in 1986 are purely to fully contest and win the forth-coming presidential election, and go straight to put in place a legitimate government, which will continue the progressive policies and programs championed by our national heroes, in the likes Sir Milton Margai, Lamina Sankoh and Wallace Johnson from where they stopped in 1964, after the sudden death of the country’s first indigenous Prime Minister.

When I took a tour of the country in 2004 to appraise the socio-economic needs, problems and aspirations of our people, I discovered that Sierra Leone is on the brink of collapse in all fronts unless there is a rescue to save the people. Concomitantly, I consulted with local and national opinion leaders, elders and intellectuals on my findings and observations. Consequently, the call came out of this consultation, urging me to come to the rescue and save Sierra Leone from further destruction and devastation at the hands of rogue politicians and gangsters in power.

To answer to this patriotic call, and meet the wish and aspirations of the Sierra Leonean people, I have chosen this day, 18th April, 2007 to declare officially, my preparedness to serve my people and my country. To work for the greater good of the beloved land, the prosperity of our people and the realisation of the noble principles and abiding vision and ideals of our national heroes and founding fathers.

When the current government in Freetown, led by the dictator Tejan Kabbah was reinstated in 1998, by coalition of multi-national armed forces and security agencies, Sierra Leoneans took to the streets to celebrate what supposedly an end to the mafia rule, and the dawn of freedom and democratic good governance. Sierra Leoneans looked forward to an era of genuine democratic rule, respect for basic human rights, the rule of law, social order, economic prosperity, safety and security of Sierra Leonean life and property. The civilized world, particularly Africans on the continent and the Diaspora and friends of Africa waited patiently the emergence of a New Sierra Leone to exhibit leadership role model for other countries in the region to follow.

But the expectations of the Sierra Leonean people were short-lived, as the government of the dictator Tejan Kabbah deliberately turned its back against the people. Indeed, everyone in Sierra Leone has felt the devastating assaults on the country’s Constitution; the dormancy in the supply of electricity and potable water; the unprecedented levels of unemployment; the rising levels of poverty; the depletion in the rural areas; the abysmal collapse of social and economic institutions; the unparallel levels of corruption; the flagrant and continued abuse of donor funds and loans; the blatant lack of probity and accountability and more unsavory developments.

Regrettably, embarrassment, humiliation, shame and disgrace are not words in the vocabulary of the ruling cabal in Sierra Leone.

The security situation has deteriorated. Violence crime has reached uncontrolled levels. Rude tribalism has assumed monumental proportions. Sierra Leone’s new international image now stands tall as the poorest and educationally backward country on earth, second only to desert-prone Republic of Niger, according to United Nations Human Development Index (UNHDI). The HIV/AIDS pandemic challenges our survival as a nation. And, as if these are not enough self-inflicted wounds, the scourge of human trafficking has attracted international attention.

Our youth continue to lose hope in the country’s future. The rich, and those with opportunity, leave and seek fortunes in foreign lands. While the poor, the powerless and the patriots have resigned themselves to a future of despondency and despair.

It gives me no pleasure whatsoever to catalogue such a deplorable condition of our people and the state of our country. I would prefer to talk about substantial improvement in the quality of life and the state of our country. I would have preferred to state in this declaration that the Government and the Opposition were hard at work putting in place the constitutional requirements that would allow for effective parliamentary operative machinery, respectful political interface, successful collaboration between Sierra Leone’s public and private sector organizations and effective cooperation and common national understanding between the various ethnic groupings in the country; and participation and involvement of the people at all levels of national reconstruction and development.

Instead, as I make this declaration today, the government in Freetown is continuing its assaults on the Constitution of the Republic of Sierra Leone. How insulting are their vacuous claims that they are capable of organizing free, peaceful, honest, transparent and democratic elections when in the first place they have deliberately subverted the spirits and articles of the Constitution to prolong their mandate illegally.

The end result of the country’s continuing crisis is that the future is bleak. Our political, economic, social, cultural and environmental integrity are all in tatters. Instead, we have achieved new levels of indecency, abject poverty, social vices, disenchantment and hopelessness. Whereas we had hoped for collaboration and consensual politics for the good of the country and welfare of our people, we must now accept the fact that the government of the dictator Tejan Kabbah, like during the 24 years misrule of the APC (All People’s Congress) is only concerned with promoting its agenda of self-aggrandisement, ethnic division and democratic centralism.

The SLPP refuses to accept that it has chosen a path that can only lead to further decay and destruction. The President and the government cannot see that unless Sierra Leone belongs to all Sierra Leoneans, we cannot move forward as a nation. The country’s motto of Unity, Freedom and Justice will continue to elude our people. The spirit of national belonging is the pre-condition for achieving permanent peace, national reconstruction and reconstruction.

What our Organisation, the Sierra Leone People’s Democratic League (PDL) and I cannot do is betray the conscience of the Sierra Leonean nation. We cannot accept a country manipulated and ruined by settlers’ colonialists. We cannot accept a country that is tied to the whims and caprices of foreign hegemony. We cannot accept a country in which parts of its territories are illegally occupied and plundered by foreign forces of aggression. We cannot accept the collapse of cherished institutions and national values.

We cannot accept the squandering of public funds without due regard for rules and regulations. We cannot accept that the President of Sierra Leone collaborating with economic adventurers to plunder the nation’s resources dishonestly. We cannot accept that the President subvert the Constitution he swore to uphold in high esteem. He strangles the elected Local Government bodies that his government has starved of resources while he insolently boasts of local government reform.

We cannot accept the inhumane and deplorable conditions in which residents in Freetown are forced out of their homes and made homeless, while the President implements a political vendetta by refusing to compensate the victims. We cannot accept the continued misuse, mismanagement and corruption of tax payers resources provided us by aid agencies, while the government tramples on press freedom and rights of journalists; rights of workers and seek every opportunity to vilify and destroy the Sierra Leone Labour Congress.

I strongly believe that Sierra Leone deserves better, and the people deserve a decent environment to live. There is no reason why we should accept the plan for our country to deteriorate from the status of nursing mother of West African civilization to the region’s pariah for notoriety because of irregularities, gangsterism and indecencies in our system of governance.

I ask all Sierra Leoneans! Can we continue to accept this sub-human fashion-like treatment?


I am a strong believer in political pluralism as it offers our country the best opportunity in terms of democratic good governance, political stability, security, equity, prosperity and evolution as a nation. Democracy in the present dispensations is a farce, if not a sham.
For Sierra Leone to survive, we need a responsible and responsive leadership, and a government that is open, honest and effective in all its programs, decisions and activities, which are centered on improving the welfare and status of the people. Genuine democracy cannot exist without a system in place that ensures free and fair elections. Democracy cannot survive if its operators refuse to play by
the rules and those in authority continually conspire to subvert the system.

Regrettably, our country witnessed in April 2002, elections that were marked by the most massive fraud, misinformation and disinformation of voters and manipulation of the entire exercise to suit the tastes and designs of the dictator Tejan Kabbah. The Presidential election was marked by the use, misuse and abuse of international instruments, intimidation and manipulation on the part of the ruling party to deny whole communities their rights to participate peacefully in electing their leaders. Sadly, some elements of the international security organs on the ground were compromised to perpetrate such criminal illegalities.

Our experience in the two elections that brought the current government to power, supported by credible reports from several independent local and international observers, showed clearly that those elections were not transparent, credible, free or fair. Nor did they reflect the true thinking of the people.

The resignation of the former Electoral Commissioner in 2004 further reinforced our arguments that the government in Freetown is not interested in organizing free, peaceful, transparent and democratic elections in the country.
Nevertheless, in the spirit of a committed democrat and to offer my service in order that Sierra Leone may live, I, once again, declare and present myself as a contestant for the Presidency of Sierra Leone in the coming national elections under the banner of the Sierra Leone People’s Democratic League (PDL).

My firm belief in the might of the principle of ‘sovereignty of the people’, has given me more exposure to the plight of the Sierra Leonean people. I am aware of the panic and shock this declaration would be received amongst big party gurus of the SLPP, APC and the likes, who are responsible for the mess in which Sierra Leone finds itself today. Those yester politicians, surrounded by marabous and fetish priests, believe they are the Alfa and Omega that can salvage the ravaged system created by their misrule. They hate innovations and to them, any talk of introducing changes in the body polity of the country is a challenge to their grip on the political and economic life of the country.

I am convinced that any able man or women who is qualify should come out and declare him or her self to serve. I believe, like any other Sierra Leonean do, that our country is blessed with highly respected men and women, who are competent to steer the affairs of the nation. Every one knows that the greatest problem of Sierra Leone is the lack of a credible, patriotic and purposeful leader with a mission and vision to change the country’s bogus independence into real freedom.

I am not another political dreamer tailored to lead a proxy struggle in Sierra Leone. I do have a vision for our beloved country. A vision, I am confident is shared by the entire leadership of the Sierra Leone People’s Democratic League (PDL).

I have a vision that in the not too long future I would receive the mandate of the people of Sierra Leone to head their elected Government. That with the support of the people around me, we will have in Sierra Leone:

1. A government that is really the creation of the people, and which shall exist to serve the needs of the people, without any kind of discrimination.

2. A government that respect the mandate of the people, and an inclusive government that evolved the people at all levels.

3. A government that is fair and willing to fight against poverty, economic despair, social decadence, political banditry, corruption, graft, tribalism, ethnic chauvinism, want and environmental pollution and degradation.

4. A government that will guarantee justice, law and order, as well as safety and security of Sierra Leonean life and property.

5. New Sierra Leone that will enjoy peaceful and fraternal relations with all its neighbours and share in the goal of fostering regional economic integration and African unity.

I know and that I am abundantly qualified to lead Sierra Leone and to restore the lost dignity of the nation. I have the fear of God in me, and I look unto Him, the Creator for guidance and protection. I am disciplined by background, training and self-development, antecedents that guide my conduct. At my age of forty-six (46) years, I have the ingredients, the necessary mental capacity and intellectual disposition, depth and robustness as well as the energy to bring meaningful changes to the lives of the many Sierra Leoneans.

With me at the helm of affairs, I will make bridges amongst the various ethnic groupings in the country in the belief that all Sierra Leoneans belong to the same national species and can dwell together in peace, prosperity and happiness. I have no doubt also that I can serve as a bridge between the old and the young generations of Sierra Leoneans. My government will transform Sierra Leone to become the Taiwan of Africa, in the areas of peace, democracy, good governance, freedom, rule of law, technology and economic advancement.

I conclude this declaration with a pledge that if the Sierra Leonean people are allowed the freedom to give me the mandate, I will within the confinements of the spirit and articles of the Constitution of the Republic of Sierra Leone, and, under the rule of law, work assiduously to improve the living standards of the people, and lead the country to greatness.

I would work on the model of a consultative leadership that is dedicated to good government and empowerment of the people at all levels of government. Above all, I will make myself accountable to the people of Sierra Leone.

My Political Covenant to the people of Sierra Leone would be published in few days to come!


Unto this DECLARATION I commit myself to the people of Sierra Leone, Africans and the International community!


Long live Sierra Leone!
Long Live the people of Sierra Leone!


Subject: Can someone please give contact of the Amputees head
From: news
To: All
Date Posted: 07:29:08 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: 213-84-242-179.adsl.xs4all.nl at 213.84.242.179

Message:
An acquaintance of mine wants to provide anonymous gifts to the amputees in Sierra Leone. Can someone please give me the details of the head or the website link.
Thanks in advance


Subject: Re: Can someone please give contact of the Amputees head
From: TIM
To: All
Date Posted: 09:26:54 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 67.63.2.157

Message:
Check with Dr sho-sawyer he should be able to help you. Youthforsierraleone.com


Subject: Re: Can someone please give contact of the Amputees head
From: Nancy
To: All
Date Posted: 12:28:08 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: 149-67-ftth.onsneteindhoven.nl at 88.159.67.149

Message:
Thanks guys. I will want to have a direct contact with the Organisation?. An article written by a Sierra Leonean author raises the idea to send help for them; "No compassion for Sierra Leonean amputees. I will want to have addresses of the ordinary amputees on the ground. No politics. This is a genuine humanitarian venture.
Thank you.


Subject: Re: Can someone please give contact of the Amputees head
From: concerned
To: All
Date Posted: 10:16:33 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 67.63.2.157

Message:
Or yayah..waraba can you please help this person?
Alieu wae you? Exam time busy with last few weeks? or busy using different handles?


Subject: IMF Sierra Leone is a disgrace
From: Nancy
To: All
Date Posted: 07:25:20 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: 213-84-242-179.adsl.xs4all.nl at 213.84.242.179

Message:
The partial report the IMF made quite recently to predict that the SLPP will win this year's elections is an insult to the populace who continue to suffer because of the IMF thievery nature.
The IMF head in Sierra Leone must be immediatelt removed from his/her post for taking sides. We know that JJ Blood worked at its office and I will not suprise if the riduculous IMF Sierra Leone came out with such a reckless pronouncement.
Opposition Parties in Sierra lene must send a strong protest letter at the headquarters in Washington for the IMF stupid prediction.


Subject: Re: IMF Sierra Leone is a disgrace
From: Non IMF
To: All
Date Posted: 02:30:43 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 195.24.201.34

Message:
As Sierra Leone is not an important country for them, they post some stupid directors, who are recommended by their Governments.These small people make silly statements to be in good books of ruling Government.


Subject: Re: IMF Sierra Leone is a disgrace
From: TRUE
To: All
Date Posted: 07:33:17 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: ac202-050.resnet.stonybrook.edu at 130.245.202.50

Message:
Indeed, check out this link, and you will see that these reports are from the EIU. You have to be a subscriber to read the entire reports.


Subject: Re: IMF Sierra Leone is a disgrace
From: Nancy
To: All
Date Posted: 07:42:01 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: 213-84-242-179.adsl.xs4all.nl at 213.84.242.179

Message:
Do you need to be reeducated to distinguish an entity that is integral within the IMF structure?
Are you a spin Master who trumpet the SLPP sound?
Go back to your classroom and comprehend your EIU which is part of the IMF.


Subject: Re: IMF Sierra Leone is a disgrace
From: EIU
To: All
Date Posted: 07:53:20 04/19/07 ()
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Message:
The EIU has been doing that for donkey years. They come out with economic and political reports about every country. They predicted that there was going to be a run-off btw Weah and Sirleaf in the Liberian elections. they have also predicted that the ruling party of Nigeria will win in the latest report on liberia.

The EIU is a magazine, and they reports on the economic and political status of countries around the world. you guys should stop embarrassing your country.


Subject: Re: IMF Sierra Leone is a disgrace
From: EIU
To: All
Date Posted: 07:30:15 04/19/07 ()
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Entered From: ac202-050.resnet.stonybrook.edu at 130.245.202.50

Message:
The report was not made by the IMF, but by the Economist intelligent unit. You guys should stop disgracing salone. The Economist intelligent unit comes out with quarterly report about econmic and political status of each and every country every quarter. Concord Times confused the EIU, and said IMF on the headlines. But in the body of the story, the newspaper said that the report came from the Economist i ntelligent unit.


Subject: Testing
From: Testing
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Date Posted: 05:57:08 04/19/07 ()
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Entered From: ppp-70-243-210-32.dsl.rcsntx.swbell.net at 70.243.210.32

Message:
Testing.


Subject: NPRC
From: Enquirer
To: All
Date Posted: 04:38:47 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 196.202.238.172

Message:
Is it true that Tom Nyuma, Idrissa Kamara and Komba Kamboh are under detention in USA for genocide of Bambay Kamara & Co, and many others???Does anyone has any idea about this??


Subject: Re: NPRC
From: alieu sesay
To: All
Date Posted: 09:23:21 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: at 67.63.2.157

Message:
In detention two people Yes.. But Idrissa not sure. and for killing Bambay Kamara and others no. the last time i checked HS was interviewing amputees not relatives of these people.


Subject: The 2007 Elections
From: Knice
To: All
Date Posted: 03:43:53 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
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That cycle is upon us again. With at least six candidates for executive ranks, and untold numbers on the prowl for parliamentary seats, many a village is missing their idiot. The text books tell us that this is a fine time for the want to-be to tell us their vision for the country; to spell out detailed prescr1ptions for our many ailments, and to address how they would fund their proposals. Alas the text books are neither Sierra Leonean nor written by Sierra Leoneans. This bunch now clamoring for elective office will treat us to no such sanity.

In fact the madness is already in full progress. Cries of rigged voter lists fill the airwaves and the pages of assorted tabloids. Threats of vengeance with venom, should dear old SLPP, APC, or PMDC, fail to garner votes as loyal partisans hope are in full swagger. Rumors of which party is in trouble, based on faint hope that their party is sicker than mine abound. And the six-year ritual of raising hopes that will as usual be dashed is on full display. At least there is one thing to be proud of in all of this. We can now count on going through this game every six years or so. It was not long ago that when we would have another crack at the vote was itself a riddle.

Election time is also when I am full of questions. Why for instance must Sierra Leone conduct presidential and parliamentary elections in the same cycle? Such coupling made sense in a parliamentary system when the prime minister too was a member of parliament. Much to my regret personally, that no longer is the case and there is no reason therefore to continue the practice. Bear in mind that the country is in highly vulnerable mode when all branches of government are lame duck and up for grabs. Would it not be far better for Sierra Leonean stability and indeed democracy itself, if the president was elected in a cycle apart from that for members of parliament? While we are at it how about a policy of split parliamentary elections? There are fourteen districts in the country. We can elect members of parliament from seven districts in one cycle and for the other seven in another cycle. The benefit I am trying to promote is to have a governmental authority in place at all times.

I have questions too about what the candidates propose for restoring badly needed confidence in the integrity and competence of the GOSL. Concerns regarding corruption usually suck all the air on this issue. But there are other concerns on the matter that are equally valid. We can for instance abandon the practice of variable election dates and fix elections as say in December every six years. It is in the dry season and the date positions the new administration or members of parliament to take office on January first. Other ideas include making critical agencies more independent. The judiciary and the electoral commission to cite just two, are critical to the protection of civil liberties and the integrity of the electoral process. The gravity of their duties demands their total independence and positioning above presidential fiat.

Recent events have also raised questions in my mind about rules for amending the Sierra Leonean constitution. Those who have followed my writings must know by now that based on our history, I am wary of opening doors to political rancor. For this reason I believe that there is need to protect political office holders in a previous administration from being dragged into court by a current administration on charges pertaining to conduct of their official duties. But it is pure madness to have the opinions of commissioners who very likely were selected by the president alone, thrust into an already chaotic electoral process, for ratification as verity amendment to the national constitution. The constitution is a document whose only purpose is to level the playing field for king and serf alike, and must by necessity be beyond reproach. I am no longer surprised by the Kabbah administrations’ genius for shooting itself in the foot. But the timing and handling of these latest constitutional proposals are standouts.

I confess that my dream and hope behind my posturing is that Sierra Leone will commit to an infusion of checks and balances into her body politic. Sierra Leone needs to especially check presidential ability to take us down the abyss, and military capacity to visit chaos upon us. Do you think we will hear talk on any of these issues in this election cycle? Fat chance!


Subject: TOO MANY PEOPLE CALL US STUPID - WHAT IS STUPID?
From: Chez Winakabs Europe
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Date Posted: 01:59:13 04/19/07 ()
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I see words like stupid slpp apologist! you're really stupid! What really drives people to say such a word when they do know that that individual or group are not that? There is this hasty conclusions on the forum to judge whether one persons either smart or stupid, but is there really actually a line drawn between the two that makes it easy to see? Who is stupid and who is smart?

Asker in answering the question, wrote:

Actually, there is a line that is quite easy to discern. Stupidity manifests itself in a person's lack of ability to assimilate information and to use that information. This is the type that continues to make the same mistake over and over, not understanding what is wrong. An intelligent, or "smart" person assimilates data easily and is able to use that data to accomplish a chosen goal. To put ignorance in perspective, we are all ignorant to some extent about something, as the word simply means lack of knowledge. No one knows everything.


Subject: Re: TOO MANY PEOPLE CALL US STUPID - WHAT IS STUPID?
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Date Posted: 02:49:40 04/19/07 ()
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"What really drives people to say such a word when they do know that that individual or group are not that?"

What evidence do you have to support your opinion that when people say someone is stupid, "they do know that that individual or group are not" stupid?


Subject: Re: TOO MANY PEOPLE CALL US STUPID - WHAT IS STUPID?
From: Chez winakabs Europe
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Date Posted: 03:03:13 04/19/07 ()
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From my experience - logic is the evidence. You see, some people are very dismissive and when engaged in a conversation or debate - they use the word 'stupid' to be dismissive or antagonise you. To some people, I for one, calling me stupid irritates me. I believe in engaging one in an argument and not use a word to get rid of him. I love to learn from rational minds and even the irrational can sometimes help me understand that other angle.


Subject: Re: TOO MANY PEOPLE CALL US STUPID - WHAT IS STUPID?
From: Waraba
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Date Posted: 07:57:30 04/19/07 ()
Email Address: futatoro@gmail.com
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Chez!
Nah yu en brah Leigh nah unah tu nomore stupid nah dis forum!


Subject: Re: TOO MANY PEOPLE CALL US STUPID - WHAT IS STUPID?
From: concerned
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waraba,.. bra nor to true den go call anyone way den nor agree with stupid, fool etc.


Subject: Re: TOO MANY PEOPLE CALL US STUPID - WHAT IS STUPID?
From: True
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Waraba talk true, but ee forget wan man SLPP apologist wae geh baybayraebae fake names dem en wae den say nor ba understand anytin wae ee ki write.


Subject: Re: TOO MANY PEOPLE CALL US STUPID - WHAT IS STUPID?
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"From my experience - logic is the evidence."

Unfortunately, your answer is not a proper response to a question requesting evidence. To correct your error, please state the specific nature of your "experience" -- who, what where and when it allegedly occurred.

Then, state how you think it shows that when people say someone is stupid, "they do know that that individual or group are not" stupid, as you had initially claimed without adducing the evidence.


Subject: Re: TOO MANY PEOPLE CALL US STUPID - WHAT IS STUPID?
From: Chez Winakabs Europe
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http://www.stupidtester.com/index.php


Subject: NO COMPASSION FOR SIERRA LEONE'S AMPUTEES
From: Dr. Michel Sho- Sawyer
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Y S L I

YOUTH FOR SIERRA LEONE IMPROVEMENT
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No Compassion for Sierra Leone’s Amputees
Roland Bankole Marke
Worldpress.org correspondent
March 29, 2007


Mamusu Thoronka is a 41-year old trader in Sierra Leone who was brutally disfigured during the country's civil war. (Photo: Joseph Winter — BBC African Service)


A harrowing, decade-long civil war endured by the citizens of Sierra Leone is now over, but many scars still remain. Top United Nations emissary Carolyn McAskie, responsible for peace-building, said: "The war has been over for five years. The peace has held; I think that's a Gold Standard. … There is still a lot to do though."

President Ahmed Tejan Kabba has publicly told the nation that his government is bogged down with other overwhelming national priorities; therefore he could not address the individual needs of his people. He advised every Sierra Leonean to start helping themselves.

But thousands of amputees in this tiny nation barely the size of Maine cannot do that. Their personal battles with trauma have only intensified. The amputees' traumatic experiences have caused more emotional, mental and psychological nightmares than their physical wounds could communicate.

Presently, the government is busy with its pending presidential and parliamentary elections that are just a few months away. However, elections are not a curative measure for the thousands of amputees, such as Mamusu Thoronka and Tamba Ngaujah, who are still languishing in Sierra Leone's wilderness, handicapped and in destitution and despondency. They simply cannot fend for themselves.

The disturbing and graphic practice of mutilation and amputation germinated from the seeds sown during the 1991 civil war in the nation's eastern border town of Bormaru.

Sierra Leone shares close proximity and commonality with neighboring Liberia, where the diabolical genesis of dehumanization and brutality started. The government discounted the rebels, who migrated to Liberia to execute heinous crimes with the aid of Liberia's then-president Charles Taylor, as mere rabble-rousers. But history has come to quite a different judgment. Dire warnings fell by the wayside, to be trodden on or ignored. The government assured its citizens that the dreadful situation was under control, but innocent, peaceful Sierra Leonean civilians would encounter a bizarre, barbaric and innovative surgical nightmare.

The psychology behind the amputation of limbs, tongues or ears is the intent to instill panic within the government and in its citizens. In a previous election the people had voted overwhelmingly for President Kabba. Since they used their hands to vote, dismembering their limbs will prevent them from casting another ballot for a democratic government. The rebels' propaganda campaign of fear has been utilized to impose their will on the people of Sierra Leone, just like terrorists in the Middle East.

The United States recently opened a large, newly built embassy in Sierra Leone with C.I.A. and F.B.I. facilities on-site to help combat terrorism in all its forms.

Mamusu Thoronka, the 41 year-old trader shown in the pictures, is among thousands of amputees living in Freetown, Sierra Leone today. She is struggling to support her family of six children on her own. Her husband is in a transition into another relationship and is distant from the family. Welfare services don't exist and no form of help comes from the government.

According to Mamusu: "On January 22, 1999 when the capital city Freetown was attacked by rebels, I attempted to take refuge in a building to escape their vengeance. But they found me, and put my hand on a table and were ready to cut it off with a machete like a butcher would sever animal meat. I begged for mercy asking them to respect God and me, being His child. They told me to point to God with my right hand which they also tried to chop off. They tried three times but failed; the hand of God probably helped or saved me. I still can't use three fingers on my right hand."

"The rebels said that I should get another hand from President Kabba, who had several to spare. I was in agony and the thought of death crossed my mind. I was later taken to hospital but the doctors, too, had fled for their lives. Freetown was infested with hundreds of corpses scattered all around its perimeter. My dangling left hand held by a film of skin had begun to decay. It took a week before I was able to see a doctor who treated my wounds."

"My husband is still distant; I'm sure he has another wife without my knowledge. I persevere to support my children by buying goods like palm-oil in the countryside to resell in Freetown. My responsibility is too much for me. I cannot afford to pay school fees for my six children, as the fees are beyond my reach. I'm appealing for help from the international world, as my two oldest children have dropped out of school."

With her tenacious spirit Mamusu refuses to give up her fight for survival or self-sufficiency. She does cross-border trade between Guinea and Sierra Leone. In Guinea goods are cheaper but a recent embargo put on Guinean goods could threaten her future. She still sells vegetables, such as beans, to enable her to buy clothes and household necessities for her large family. Goods and service are now going at more "cut throat" prices upcountry than in Freetown. Mamusu also rears a few chickens for subsistence and sometimes sells some.

"Rebels have threatened to end our lives," she said. "They say, if the government will not stop talking about amputees and the rebel atrocities that created them, they will get rid of us all. I fear the advent of another war."

Mamusu keeps the welfare of her children paramount in her mind. She is not seeking vengeance or retribution towards her assailants, but instead has offered forgiveness to them, despite the institution of the War Crimes Court to help bring justice to people like her.

"I want someone to take care of my children," she declared. "The former rebel fighters are being well looked after, with skills training and free education for their children. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission said we amputees should get a pension but we have seen nothing." It was a Norwegian charity that helped to house her.

She continued: "There is discrimination against amputees at all levels. I cannot cook for myself; I have to direct my daughter Bonki to do the cooking for me. When my children run into disagreements in school their peers tell them, 'Your mother is a half-person.' It is so demeaning and painful for me since I'm a victim of my circumstance. We amputees are really discriminated against in Sierra Leone."

Tamba Ngaujah has a similar story to tell the world, but lacks the megaphone to communicate to the international community his destitution and abandonment by the society that he once served. He had enlisted in the Republic of Sierra Leone Military Forces (RSLMF) to defend his country against all internal and external aggressions, serving his country diligently and honestly to the best of his ability. When other soldiers defected from the army, he stayed on.

It was in his line of duty that he was captured by the rebels, at the genesis of the warfare in 1991. Tamba suffered double amputation in captivity, becoming the first among thousands of amputees. After surviving his ordeal he was kicked out of the Wilberforce Barracks where he lived in the military quarters. It was during the heavy rainy season when massive flooding is common. His condition did not deter military officials from putting out an evacuation order on his apartment.



Tamba Ngaujah: ex-soldier — Sierra Leone Military Forces. (Photo: Standard Times Press, Freetown, Sierra Leone)


Tamba is now languishing in the streets with his family parading as beggars. No plans have been made to provide him with alternative accommodation. He is appealing to the international community to at least provide him a shelter, considering his current status.

Help for amputees does not seem to be moving on a fast track. There are many NGO's in Sierra Leone, but aid received through them does not appear to trickle down fast enough. It's a deplorable situation. The Human Rights Declaration and The Truth and Reconciliation do not seem applicable to them. Even though a recent United Nations assessment gave Sierra Leone high marks for keeping the peace, a nation that does not take care of its disabled or less fortunate subjects is doomed.

A comprehensive read on the Sierra Leone civil war and its effects on other ordinary people can be found in my book: "Harvest of Hate: Stories and Essays 'Fuel for the Soul'." An extract, "Harvest of Hate- Mary's Saga" has been published on Worldpress.org.

Photo-journal: Sierra Leone Amputee

Mamusu Thoronka. (Photo: Joseph Winter — BBC African Service)


Mamusu Thoronka. (Photo: Joseph Winter — BBC African Service)


Mamusu Thoronka and daughter Bonki. (Photo: Joseph Winter — BBC African Service)


Mamusu Thoronka utilizing the two functional fingers on her right hand to cook. (Photo: Joseph Winter — BBC African Service)


Mamusu Thoronka and family. (Photo: Joseph Winter — BBC African Service)


Subject: Re: NO COMPASSION FOR SIERRA LEONE'S AMPUTEES
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
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Date Posted: 23:11:03 04/18/07 ()
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some


Subject: Forum Traffic
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Subject: YOU CALL IT SARCASTIC BECAUSE YOU FAIL TO GET THE GIST
From: CHIEF IN EXILE
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Date Posted: 18:51:12 04/18/07 ()
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A TRIBUTE TO HON. JOHN LEIGH
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Posted by Dr. CHARLES CURTIS-THOMAS on April 16, 2007 at 15:41:50:

Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence;
TALENTS will not, nothing is as common as unsuccessful men with talents.
GENIUS will not, unrewarded genius is almost a proverb.
EDUCATION ALONE will not, the world is teeming with educated people.
PERSISTENCE AND DETERMINATION ALONE ARE OMNIPOTENT.

Abrahim Lincoln is an example of the aforementioned:

---He failed in business in 1831
---He was defeated for legislature in 1832
---He failed a second time in business in 1833
---He suffered a nervous breakdown in 1836
---He was defeated for speaker in 1838
---He was defeated for elector in 1840
---He was defeated for congress in 1843
---He was defeated for Senate in 1855
---He was defeated for Vice President in 1856
---He was defeated again for Senate in 1858.

...But with PERSISTENCE and DETERMINATION, Abraham Lincoln WAS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA IN 1860!

Did I hear you say, "many great men were counted out many times, BUT THEY FAILED TO LISTEN TO THE REFEREE?"


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Posted by John E. Leigh on April 16, 2007 at 20:31:28:

In Reply to: A TRIBUTE TO HON. JOHN LEIGH posted by Dr. CHARLES CURTIS-THOMAS on April 16, 2007 at 15:41:50:

Doc, thank you very much. -JL


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posted by Shock on April 17, 2007 at 11:14:11:

In Reply to: Re: A TRIBUTE TO HON. JOHN LEIGH posted by John E. Leigh on April 16, 2007 at 20:31:28:

Doc is being sarcastic-cant you see that Sir!!!


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Posted by Once a Fool ..... on April 17, 2007 at 11:28:03:

In Reply to: Re: A TRIBUTE TO HON. JOHN LEIGH posted by Shock on April 17, 2007 at 11:14:11:

Leigh is much too stupid to be able to recognize sarcasm even when he is staring at it in Curtis Thomas' sarcastic piece.

Is it this the same fool who spent his money bribing the SLPP only to be dumped after that? Once a fool, always a fool. That is John Leigh.

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Subject: Re: YOU CALL IT SARCASTIC BECAUSE YOU FAIL TO GET THE GIST
From: Shock
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Date Posted: 04:51:04 04/19/07 ()
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Some are born great, some achieve greatness,some have greatness thurst upon them, and some think they are great.


Subject: Re: IMPULSION SHOCK
From: John E. Leigh
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Date Posted: 10:10:32 04/19/07 ()
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"...... and some think they are great." - Shock

Yes, yes! Some people do - like flunkey, dynastic, erudite, bombastic form four dropout who thinks he is born to boss his superiors by crookish tricks such as:

(i)Used Makeni to fake an excuse (ii) to attempt to split the SLPP by thinking he could (iii) double cross Third Force Reformists there in secretly forming his new One-Manic ownership party, where he (iv) manufactured an applications charade to (v) fool his loyal Northern VP hopefulls, then committed yet (vi) another double-cross of his own party loyalists and finally (vii)staged a foolish kindergarten stunt to dupe Fullahs and (viii)finally imploded his PMDC fahlahmahkahtah family party because he mistook everyone for fools, foolishly believing he has more sense than everyone.

Deceit, deception, duplicity, double-cross, degradation and duping produce dombolos and can never give us the type of statesmanship needed in the wounded land of Sierra Leone.

Our land needs healing most seriously and NOT more flim-flam, hip-hop or flip-flop. - JL



Subject: Re: YOU CALL IT SARCASTIC BECAUSE YOU FAIL TO GET THE GIST
From: concerned
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Date Posted: 07:50:37 04/19/07 ()
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thats nice, but if those are not your words please give credit to who it belongs to.


Subject: BRITAIN BLACKLISTS SLPP
From: ALAN BARRY
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Date Posted: 17:49:31 04/18/07 ()
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Concord Times, Awoko
Corruption: Britain blacklists Kabbah, SLPP government for corruption
According to the Concord Times newspaper, the “Sierra Leone Peoples Party’s (SLPP) attempt to fight corruption has failed as a recent devastating report by the British Department of International Development (DFID) reveals. The Concord Times writes: - “Despite the millions of pounds from the British taxpayers to tackle the cancer that has eaten away the fabric of society, corruption, also the reason for the eleven year civil war remains pervasive in the country. This is a damning verdict of an in-depth examination of President Kabbah’s effort to tackle the chronic and endemic problem. The Anti Corruption Commission which is at the centre of the fight against corruption has little or no impact on the reduction of real or perceived levels of corruption. The newspaper continues that the investigation shows that the Commissioner, Dr. Joko Smart, who is accountable to the President, has not provided the necessary leadership in building and leading an effective ACC within an already difficult environment. The report partly concludes: - “As a result, the Commission has deteriorated in terms of its effectiveness, capacity and in the morale of its staff from the previous review period under the leadership of the dismissed Commissioner Val Collier.


Subject: Re: BRITAIN BLACKLISTS SLPP
From: Cornelius Hamelberg
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Date Posted: 18:15:27 04/18/07 ()
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Blacklists?


Subject: LATEST ELECTION POLLS - AWOKO
From: Chief Bomborlai
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Date Posted: 17:45:58 04/18/07 ()
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Awoko Newspaper: Pre-election poll result
Awoko newspaper is monitors an opinion poll on “If Presidential elections were held today who would you vote for”? Text Berewa, Ernest, Margai, or others to numbers 076-444444 or 030-445566.
Texts close on Friday 20th April, 2007. Tuesday 17 April 2007 results are:
Margai – 71%, Berewa - 29%, Ernest – 0%, others—0%


Subject: SL-NEC to undertake a study tour of the Nigerian Elections
From: Kroobaymom
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Date Posted: 17:13:08 04/18/07 ()
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Is this true? Can somebody confirm that this is not true?


Subject: Re: SL-NEC to undertake a study tour of the Nigerian Elections
From: Electoral Observer No 419
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Date Posted: 06:44:34 04/19/07 ()
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Yes it is true.NEC is going there to see how to conduct elections, and some politicians are going there to learn, how to rig the elections.We have a lot to learn from Nigeria


Subject: SLAJ AND NEVILLE FALL OUT
From: JOINDALIST
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Date Posted: 16:33:55 04/18/07 ()
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PRESS STATEMENT: Sierra Leone Assiociation of Journalist

By SLAJ

Apr 18, 2007, 19:52 Email this article

2nd Floor, 31 Garrison Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone P.M.B. 724

Date: 17th April 2007

It has come to the notice of the Secretariat that the Vice President of SLAJ, Mr. Philip Neville has been making uncomplimentary statements both in his newspaper, the Standard Times and on radio, attempting to misinform the general public on issues that are totally unrelated to the mandate and principles of the association.

Mr. Neville claimed on Radio Democracy yesterday that the Executive of SLAJ has planned to "excommunicate", (probably meaning to impeach) the President, Alhaji Ibrahim Ben Kargbo if the latter accepts the National Award for which he has been nominated by His Excellency the President Alhaji Dr. Ahmed Tejan Kabbah.

The Secretariat wishes to dissociate itself from those statements and to further maintain that no such decision was arrived at to the effect.

As an association, members are of the view that the Vice President has a hidden agenda and hopes to achieve this by sowing a seed of discord within the media thereby causing the total disintegration of the association.

The Secretariat therefore urges its members and the general public to disregard his utterances as they do not reflect the general will of journalists in this country.

We believe, as a Sierra Leonean who has excelled in the field of journalism spanning a period of three decades, Alhaji I.B Kargbo deserves a national award and that no evil machination by any individual or group of individuals would deprive him of such award.

In view of the aforementioned, members should note the following observations.

1. By singularly going on radio to threaten the impeachment of the President of SLAJ without consulting with the wider membership of the association, the Vice President has not only acted arbitrarily but has also undermined the executive and President to public ridicule;

2. By inciting the President to reject a national honour in his personal capacity, the Vice President is implicitly suggesting that SLAJ is a partisan organization that takes anti-government stance on a clearly national issue;

3. That by taking such a unilateral position, the Vice President is also suggesting that SLAJ cannot provide the level playing field for all the political actors for the July elections as provided for in the Media Code of Conduct which the Vice President signed on behalf of the parent body of SLAJ, recently;

4. It is therefore clear from the foregoing that the Vice President has violated the Code which SLAJ and the UN system took so much pain to put together.

Given the above observations, we at the Secretariat (the Secretary General and Assistant) have resolved on the following:

1. That we no longer have confidence in the Vice President to continue serving in the current executive;

2. That we can no longer continue to work with the Vice President neither take instructions from him;

3. That if no action is taken against the Vice President by the general membership for his uncharacteristic and unprofessional behaviour within 21 days of this notice we at the Secretariat will withhold our services from SLAJ until further notice.

We kindly solicit your objective appreciation of this issue.

Signed:


Ibrahim Karim Sei
(Secretary General)

Mustapha M.K. Sesay
(Asst. Secretary General




Subject: Re: SLAJ AND NEVILLE FALL OUT
From: Cee Bah
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Date Posted: 16:38:49 04/18/07 ()
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O Salone, Slaj are washing filthy linens in public.

But just my initial thoughts here, why should an inarguably dedicated, respected and outtanding journalist in Sierra leone refuse a national honour? God, people just fail to see where to draw the lines of difference in Salone. What a pity!


Subject: Re: SLAJ AND NEVILLE FALL OUT
From: Saidu Daphay Turay
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Date Posted: 17:26:38 04/18/07 ()
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Until we can verify the authenticity of the report, lets be cautious in drawing conclusion on SLAG officials involvement. We should know, Awareness Times proprietress is at logger-heads with Philip Neville, Vice President of SLAG and all progressive journalists at home and abroad. Nevertheless, if what is reported is something to go by, then it is a shame and disgrace for the President of SLAG and his corps of Officers to be easily bought for peanuts, thus jeopardizing their hard earned careers. Possibly economic strangulations to make ends meet might have prompted the status quo to infiltrate the poverty stricken SLAG officials inorder to ursher their hidden agenda for the ensuing July elections. Folks, don't be suprise if the left overs of the national cake is been distributed to perceived enemies by the powers to be. There is saying in the Temne parlance-"Kanka ar Di Kor" (KDK)- meaning, Just for us to eat. The Journalists and people of Sierra Leone are hungry but not stupid enough to be fooled by a government that have molested, maimed and killed journalists without any remorse of conscience. The late Yansaneh case is still in limbo. So if they think $40 million leones will cover over-up their criminal behavior, I urge SLAG oficials to be diplomatic in dealing with the dying government but ensure that the truth surpsedes the chicken change that is rumored to be given them.


Subject: Re: SLAJ AND NEVILLE FALL OUT
From: SLAG
To: All
Date Posted: 18:53:01 04/18/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
WHAT/WHO IS SLAG? BRA YOU FOOL OH.


Subject: Re: SLAJ AND NEVILLE FALL OUT
From: Saidu Daphay Turay
To: All
Date Posted: 19:05:03 04/18/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Me fool pass you ignorance--- nar de same congo sa and tiff wey you nor able express you sef.. nar typographical mistake you dey look for. foolu-munku---I lef you nar darkness until you see you seff naked.


Subject: Re: SLAJ AND NEVILLE FALL OUT
From: curious
To: All
Date Posted: 07:57:19 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Bra lef na wan dae. They are quick to term you as a fool when he/she can not comprehend...
wae den parents send dem nar school, den dae go claim mango tick now e dae show.


Subject: Address Issues, not personalities...leave Leigh alone
From: Cee Bah
To: All
Date Posted: 15:52:45 04/18/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: atlhd1.unfpa.org at 57.69.17.243

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I have noticed over the previous days and weeks that a number of forumites as posting pieces, statements etc directly solely attacking John leigh. I hold the firmest of convictions that such acts are unprincipled and uncivilised, to say the least and do not send the right signals for promoting a participatory democracy in our country.

I do not and will certainly never agree with John Leigh on a number of issues but I think it is a testament to his principles that he continues to contribute to this forum and address a good number of the issues that we debate here.

The fact is that our society is not one that sees high profile politicians(agree or not but a former Ambassador to the US is) interacting with the people everyday. I now see reasons for that. We are usually really excited to jump at them and unreasonably throw unwarranted obscenities at them. Some people find satisfaction in boasting that I "blasted John Leigh" or some other politician for that matter. This trend only perpetuates the culture that discourages such politicians from intellectually engaging with the people.

I have read certain people advising the former ambassador to just back off and stop contributing to supposedly preserve his prestige. We must be engaging the man intellectually and debating pertiinent issues, encouraging other leading politicians to join civilised debates like these, not discouraging them because of some uncivilised and baseless comments by an unpatriotic and usually ill-motivatedperson.

Now don't get me wrong. I am no saint. Neither am I SLPP. I have on occasions raised questions about leigh's stance on certain issues, refered to him as inconsistent and illogical at times(which he defended) and we don't see eye to eye on a number of times. But him, like Kabs Kanu, Dr Thomas, Lawyer Iscandri and others must be credited for staying the cause and at least pointing out to the rest of the bulk of uncivilised politicians out there, that politics requires constructive dialogue, on issues, and not necessarily on personalities.

We can't get the others to join such forums, if we throw such weapons of mass destruction that we continue to throw around each other. And just a reminder, to be respected is to be respectful....and to whom much is given, mush is expected!


Subject: Re: Address Issues, not personalities...leave Leigh alone
From: John E. Leigh
To: All
Date Posted: 09:30:44 04/19/07 ()
Email Address: johnernestleigh@yahoo.com
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Message:
Dear Mr. Bah:

Thank you very much. As for your critics, they ought to understand as follows:

I tailor my responses to meet the requirements of the objects of my writings.

Hence, I treat serious-minded forumites with the dignity, respect and care they deserve, whether or not I agree or disagree with them on any particular question.

As for reckless, rubbish, inarticulate, nonsensical or emotional types who rely on lies, rudness, cuss, trash talk, flunkey dunce argumentation etc., I usually give them one chance to debate with dignity, intelligence and seriousness. If make good use of that opportunity, I treat them exactly like I treat the serious types.

On the other hand, if they abuse that one chance and repeat their trashy style, I tailor my response in the fashion they themselves invite.

Simply put, my style has been and will be: "faul way nor yeri she, go yeri stone."

Ruffians and kiddy types must never think they can be rude and/or dumb, etc. to others and expect serious-minded people to waste their time playing pussycat with them.

And when you see a participant in this forum using more than one moniker, then you can conclude that he is crookish, not serious and up to no good.

Thanks again. - JL


- JL


Subject: Re: Address Issues, not personalities...leave Leigh alone
From: Saidu Daphay Turay
To: All
Date Posted: 18:03:27 04/18/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Cee Bah:

I think you should advice Mr. Leigh before making irrelevant statements against forumites who have been engaging Mr. Leigh. There is a saying in creole, " if you troway ashes for dorty possin, nar de same ashes dey falla you," so if he thinks using obscenities against forumites is a pleasure for him then he should bear the same consequencies. The so-called hypocritical respect you give arrogant people is what is eating the core of progressive people in Sierra Leone. Your typical saying " Lef de pa," while he is using is age and status to destroy the same people they created, will never be tolerated again in our beloved country. Gone are the days of hypocrisy and monopoly of knowledege.


Subject: Re: Address Issues, not personalities...leave Leigh alone
From: Ibtrahim Sowe
To: All
Date Posted: 02:04:34 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: cache-mtc-aa04.proxy.aol.com at 64.12.116.8

Message:
Saidu Daphay Turay, you hit the nail right on the head with your correction of Cee Bah's belief that John Leigh's compulsive, indiscriminate acts of ill manners towards other members of this forum should have no consequences.

It may well be that Cee Bah is merely uninformed. Or, he may be an example of the truth of the wise adage: "There's none so blind as he who chooses not to see." In which case, we should not be surprised that he empathizes with the similarly afflicted John Leigh.


Subject: Re: Address Issues, not personalities...leave Leigh alone
From: Cee Bah
To: All
Date Posted: 09:09:26 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: unfpahd1.unfpa.org at 149.120.224.3

Message:
You guys can say whatever you like. My views are expressed in the interest of the forum and for democracy in Sierra Leone.

I fyou had taken you time to read my piece and understand itusing your head, I mean not your heart, you would realise that I mentioned constructive engagement. I mentioned that I don't agree with him on a number of issus and I have don't expect to, but that, I maintain, does not warrant unscruplous and vulgar attacks. we must open up the space for inteelctual debate and it must be done within a certain level of civility. Is that too hard for you and can you say for sure that some people have not been unecesarrily vulgar to people like Leigh?

Did you guys not notice that I mentioned that to be respected one has to be respectful? Look, engage you brain before you engage your thumsbs to type. It helps, really!


Subject: Re: Address Issues, not personalities...leave Leigh alone
From: Ibtrahim Sowe
To: All
Date Posted: 12:55:53 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: cache-dtc-aa14.proxy.aol.com at 205.188.116.18

Message:
"Did you guys not notice that I mentioned that to be respected one has to be respectful?"

If ever John Leigh followed your advice, there will be no more personal attacks involving him on this forum. Unfortunately, you failed to direct that very much necessary advice to the one who needs it more than anyone else here -- John Leigh.

As I said before, it may be that you are merely uninformed. Or, again, you may be just like the insitigator of rudeness on cocorioko, John Leigh


Subject: HOUSING FOR ALL NAR SALONE-A REALITY OR AN ELECTION MANTRA!
From: Olu Beckley
To: All
Date Posted: 15:28:55 04/18/07 ()
Email Address: mariamab@aol.com
Entered From: at 206.113.148.2

Message:

As Sierra Leoneans approach the ballot box in July this year, it may be of interest to review the achievements of the present government in the provision of affordable housing and infrastructure for the majority of our people and to get feedback from the diaspora as to what we expect to see in the election manifestoes of the political parties; what should be the role of government if any, and what kind of issues do we expect our new president and his government to address. Most of us out there are akin to one political party or another, and may have some thoughts on this and several other issues.

To kick off the debate, we may want to assess the existing situation by commenting on the following.

What has the SLPP government achieved in the area of affordable housing over the past 10 years?


Subject: Re: HOUSING FOR ALL NAR SALONE-A REALITY OR AN ELECTION MANTRA!
From: TEE
To: All
Date Posted: 02:19:43 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: 82-45-201-27.cable.ubr01.camd.blueyonder.co.uk at 82.45.201.27

Message:
If this is the Olu Beckly who was director for housing them great. I use to live in Lowcost years back, and it was really nice. The rent in 80's for a single room was Le10 a month, even though the toilet facilities were poor. I was a student and afforded that rent. When the new lowcost was built, at kissy mess mess and up lowcost, it was helpful. I remember, my aunt had one, and was paying Le80 a month for three bed room, self contain, with kitchen indoors. That was good, as most people use to cook outside in sierra leone, and know what it was like during the rainy season. I was dismay to hear that all those houses have been sold, and that even the houses at OAU village have been sold. Recently, i was in Freetown and there were plans to sell the old agriculture building at tower hill. If the government contiune selling the housing stock to people who dont deserve them, what will happen to the poor. They have to rent at exhorbitant prices form private landlords. I think waht the government should have done is to maintain those old stock and build more, especially for key workers, who are in low pay jobs, like teachers, nurses and some civil servants who fall within that group. What will happen if Sierra leone government was to host an international conferences like the OAU, will they build new facilities, or rent hotels for their guests, if its true that oau village is now sold.


Subject: Re: HOUSING FOR ALL NAR SALONE-A REALITY OR AN ELECTION MANTRA!
From: curious
To: All
Date Posted: 21:52:57 04/19/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: c-75-66-114-24.hsd1.tn.comcast.net at 75.66.114.24

Message:
I think in a way it was a good idea for some of those places to be sold. Govenment or whoever was responsible for maintenance was not doing their job and most of them were been occupied by not Low Income families, but by Politicians and their families etc etc.


Subject: Re: HOUSING FOR ALL NAR SALONE-A REALITY OR AN ELECTION MANTRA!
From: DUMB
To: All
Date Posted: 07:28:14 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"I think in a way it was a good idea for some of those places to be sold. Govenment or whoever was responsible for maintenance was not doing their job ..."

So, why not sell the government ministeries themselves to the public? After all, "whoever was responsible for maintenance [of the government] was not doing their job ..."


Subject: Re: HOUSING FOR ALL NAR SALONE-A REALITY OR AN ELECTION MANTRA!
From: TEE
To: All
Date Posted: 02:24:32 04/20/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: 82-45-201-27.cable.ubr01.camd.blueyonder.co.uk at 82.45.201.27

Message:
I strongly agree with you that most were occupied by MPS, top civil servants and so on. I think selling them was not an option. What they should have done, is to invistigate each tenancy holder, and if they find out that such and such a person is not qualified to be there, then they should give them time to move and have their tenancy terminated. Rents are so high, especially in Freetown, compare to the salary of some key workers. I think the down side was on the old building were there were no proper rest WC, but miuns that they were ok.


Subject: Re: HOUSING FOR ALL NAR SALONE-A REALITY OR AN ELECTION MANTRA!
From: Saidu Daphay Turay
To: All
Date Posted: 17:44:46 04/18/07 ()
Email Address:
Entered From: dialup-4.249.117.148.dial1.washington2.level3.net at 4.249.117.148

Message:
Olu, if I am not mistaken, are you the Brother of Nanette or a one time director of housing in Sierra Leone? Please clarify.


Subject: Re: HOUSING FOR ALL NAR SALONE-A REALITY OR AN ELECTION MANTRA!
From: Olu Beckley
To: All
Date Posted: 17:47:46 04/18/07 ()
Email Address: mariamab@aol.com
Entered From: at 206.113.148.2

Message:
Nanette is my niece. Wetin me family business get for do with the issue?


Subject: Re: HOUSING FOR ALL NAR SALONE-A REALITY OR AN ELECTION MANTRA!
From: Saidu Daphay Turay
To: All
Date Posted: 18:10:36 04/18/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
Mr. Beckley,

Nor Vex, I am trying to verify your identity and my acquaintance with you. If you recall the late Ahmed Tejan, then you should know me. I'll send you my e-mail then we'll communicate cordially. ASAP


Subject: Re: HOUSING FOR ALL NAR SALONE-A REALITY OR AN ELECTION MANT
From: Jimmy Kandeh
To: All
Date Posted: 05:51:07 04/19/07 ()
Email Address: jkandeh@richmond.edu
Entered From: ppp065003.richmond.edu at 141.166.65.3

Message:
Olu:
Lost your number; could you kindly resend to jkandeh@richmond.edu. Best, Jimmy


Subject: LEST WE FORGET...
From: Dr. CHARLES CURTIS-THOMAS
To: All
Date Posted: 12:08:37 04/18/07 ()
Email Address: RNMDTWO@YAHOO.COM
Entered From: at 66.153.106.114

Message:
Conclusion

97. Building a lasting peace in Sierra Leone can only begin with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the country’s past. The past holds many lessons that will aid in forging a politically and economically healthy Sierra Leone. Knowledge and understanding are the most powerful deterrents to the recurrence of conflict as Sierra Leone strives to give meaning to the sentiments of ‘never again’. In closing,therefore, the Commission reiterates its call to readers to take the time to study and widely discuss with others as many of the other volumes and chapters of the Report as possible.
(Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report)


Subject: Re: LEST WE FORGET...
From: KING LOGGY
To: All
Date Posted: 14:32:22 04/18/07 ()
Email Address:
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Message:
"Building a lasting peace in Sierra
Leone can only begin with a comprehensive
knowledge and understanding of the country’s past."
-------------------------------------
That is ONLY if "WE" have the COURAGE to be able to comprehend and understand the past of our "ANTAGONISTS"(be it an individual, a tribe, or a political party), as much as "WE" comprehend and understand "OURS".


Subject: Re: LEST WE FORGET...
From: Dr. C. CURTIS-THOMAS
To: All
Date Posted: 18:34:25 04/18/07 ()
Email Address: RNMDTWO@YAHOO.COM
Entered From: at 198.24.31.125

Message:
OH WISE KING:

I very much appreciate your very meaningful comment. I suspect that the first step in understanding ourselves is to use this forum as a platform to exchange ideas that will lead to a better understanding of each other, rather then using it as a vehicle of attack.

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report is a "gold mine" and unless we take the report very seriously the concept of "NEVER AGAIN" will only be a "pipe dream".

Thanks again for your comment, OH WISE KING.


Subject: IS THIS A CASE OF "YOUBAH BARB YOUBAH"?
From: Dr. CHARLES CURTIS-THOMAS
To: All
Date Posted: 12:00:48 04/18/07 ()
Email Address: RNMDTWO@YAHOO.COM
Entered From: at 66.153.106.114

Message:
Victims of the Conflict in Sierra Leone, 1991 to 2000

7. These entries give the names of the victims and their ages where known. Each entry is followed by the year in which the abuse began and, where possible, the chiefdom and district in which it occurred. Finally each entry includes a descr1ption of the violations perpetrated against each victim. It should be noted that many victims suffered several violations over a period of several years or in many different locat1ons; however, only the first date and place is stated here. The age given is the victim’s age at the time when the victim was first abused, but not necessarily the age at which the victim suffered all of the listed violations. The 1,587 individuals named in confidential statements have been excluded from this list.10,404 victims are listed here.


Abass, Shede (Male) - 1993 in Peje, Pujehun - Property destroyed.
Abdulah, Borbor (Male) age 15 - 1995 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Abdulah, Lansana (Male) age 62 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Property looted and destroyed.
Abdulai, Acassah (Male) - Killed.
Abdulai, Aminata (Female) age 19 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Abdulai, Baby (Female) - 1994 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Abdulai, Bockarie (Male) age 8 - 1994 in Lugbu, Bo District - Abducted and detained.
Abdulai, Brima (Male) age 73 - 1991 in Wunde, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Abdulai, Joseph (Male) - 1992 in Tankoro, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Abdulai, Kamali (Male) - Killed.
Abdulai, Momoh (Male) age 63 - 1991 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Displaced.
Abdulai, Moriba (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Abdulai, Mustapha (Male) age 57 - 1995 in Kissi Teng, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured.
Abdulai,Saidu (Male) age 50 - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property destroyed.Abducted and detained. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Abdulai, Sao (Female) - Displaced.
Abdulai, Tenneh (Female) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted.
Abdulai, Vandi (Male) age 32 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Forced to labour.
Abdulai, Wuata (Female) - 1991 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Abibu, Kenei (Male) - Killed.
Abu, Abdulai Dauda (Male) - 1995 - Displaced.
Abu, Adama (Female) - 1995 in Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Abu, Albert (Male) - 1996 in Imperi, Bonthe - Property looted.
Abu, Albert (Male) age 43 - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Extorted. Abducted and detained.
Abu, Amie (Female) age 19 - 1999 in Peje West, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Abu, Ansuma (Male) - 1998 in Peje West, Kailahun - Killed.
Abu, Brima (Male) - 1995 in Bum, Bonthe - Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Abu, Brima (Male) age 17 - 1997 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Abu, Christiana (Female) age 34 - 1995 in Moyamba - Displaced.
Abu, David (Male) age 36 - 1999 in Baoma, Bo District - Abducted.
Abu, Duraman (Male) age 40 - 1995 in Timdel, Moyamba - Displaced.
Abu, Hadima (Female) - 1996 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Abu, Iye (Female) - 1999 in Baoma, Bo District - Abducted. Assaulted.
Abu, Jenneh (Female) - 1998 in Imperi, Bonthe - Extorted.
Abu, Jestina (Female) age 58 - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Displaced. Abducted.
Abu, Joe (Male) - Killed.
Abu, Kadie (Female) - 1995 - Displaced.
Abu, Kumba (Female) age 19 - 1992 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Abu, Lansana (Male) - 1994 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Property destroyed. Killed.
Abu, Mariama (Female) - 1997 in Kono - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Abu, Mariama (Female) - 1999 in Peje West, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Abu, Mattu (Female) - Displaced.
Abu, Mattu (Female) age 24 - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Abu, Mohamed (Male) age 13 - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Abu, Nyalla (Female) - 1996 in Tikonko, Bo District - Abducted. Tortured.
Abu, Sahr (Male) age 19 - 1995 - Abducted. Killed.
Abu,Saidu (Male) age 68 - 1995 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Abu, Sao (Male) - 1996 in Peje West, Kailahun - Killed.
Abu, Senesie (Male) - 1996 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Killed.
Abu, Sia (Female) - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Killed.
Abu, Sidi (Male) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured.
Abu, Solomon (Male) age 30 - 1994 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced. Assaulted.
Abu, Sonah (Male) age 23 - Forced to labour. Killed.
Abu, Susan (Female) age 28 - 1994 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Detained.
Abu, Tamba (Male) age 15 - 1998 in Kono - Displaced.
Abu, Tamba (Male) age 33 - 1996 in Small Bo, Kenema - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Abu, Tommy (Male) - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced.
Abu, Wahma (Male) - 1999 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Detained.
Adama, Finda (Female) - Detained. Tortured. Killed.
Adamu, Momoh (Male) age 74 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Agbahun, Lansana (Male) - 1995 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Killed.
Agbateh, Amadu (Male) - Killed.
Aiah, Musa (Male) age 37 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Abducted. Killed.
Alabi, Ayiekeh (Female) age 28 - 1998 in Western Area - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Albert, Ndomahina (Male) age 58 - 1995 in Kowa, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured.
Alfred, Fatu (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Alfred, Morie (Male) age 43 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced.
Alfred, Peter (Male) age 44 - 1995 in Nongowa, Kenema - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Alfred Kaikai, Fukai (Male) age 30 - 1994 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Alie, Abdul Raman (Male) - 1995 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Alie, Alen (Male) age 2 - 1995 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Alie, Andrew (Male) age 37 - 1994 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Alie, Duraman (Male) age 7 - 1995 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Alie, Foday (Male) age 65 - 2000 - Abducted. Killed.
Alie, Francis (Male) age 45 - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Alie, Hadiatu (Female) age 4 - 1995 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Alie, Kamara (Male) age 22 - Assaulted.
Alie, Mariama (Female) - 1996 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Killed.
Alie,Martha (Female) age 31 - 1995 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Displaced,extorted and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Alie, Messi (Female) - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Alie, Nancy (Female) age 30 - 1998 in Peje West, Kailahun - Killed.
Alie, Sahr (Male) age 26 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced.
Alie, Tamba (Male) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Detained.
Alie, Tenneh (Female) age 9 - 1995 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Alie, Tommy (Male) age 39 - 1995 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Property looted. Forced to labour.
Alieu, Alhaji (Male) - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Property looted.
Alieu, Alpha (Male) - 1995 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Killed.
Alieu, Doris (Female) age 44 - 1994 in Valunia, Bo District - Extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Alieu, Finda (Female) age 8 - 1999 in Lei, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Alieu, Iye (Female) - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced.
Alieu, Jenneh (Female) - Killed.
Alieu, Keni (Male) - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Killed.
Alieu, Kingsley (Male) age 36 - 1992 in Luawa, Kailahun - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Alieu, Komba (Male) age 15 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Alieu, Komba (Male) age 68 - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Property destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Alieu, Mariama (Female) age 17 - 1992 in Peje West, Kailahun - Killed.
Alieu, Morie (Male) - 1993 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Assaulted.
Alieu, Morie (Male) age 48 - 1996 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced.
Alieu, Musu Gabay (Female) age 35 - 1992 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Alieu, Sahr (Male) - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Killed.
Alieu, Sia (Female) age 42 - Assaulted.
Alieu, Tamba (Male) - 1999 in Lei, Kono - Tortured. Killed.
Alieu, Tangia (Male) - 1991 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Allieu, Foday (Male) age 54 - 1992 in Makpele, Pujehun - Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Alpha, Abu (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted and detained.
Alpha, Alhaji Musa (Male) - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Alpha,Alieu (Male) - 1997 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and extorted.Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Alpha, Bockarie (Male) - 1996 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Alpha, Borbor (Male) age 56 - 1991 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured.
Alpha, David (Male) - Assaulted and tortured.
Alpha,Fallah (Male) age 24 - 1992 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced andproperty looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Alpha, Fatu (Female) - 1994 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Alpha, James (Male) age 35 - 1995 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Killed.
Alpha, John (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Alpha, Kamor (Male) - 1995 in Dodo, Kenema - Killed.
Alpha, Katumu (Female) - 1992 in Malema, Kailahun - Detained.
Alpha, Marie (Female) - 1998 - Forced to labour.
Alpha, Mbalu (Female) - 1995 in Bagbe, Bo District - Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Alpha, Modibah (Male) - Killed.
Alpha, Musa (Male) - 1992 - Killed.
Alpha, Musa (Male) - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Property destroyed.
Alpha, Ngaya (Male) - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Alpha, Ngebeh (Male) age 65 - Property looted and destroyed.
Alpha, Tommy (Male) - 1997 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Abducted.
Alpha, Yatta (Female) age 15 - 1991 - Displaced.
Alusine, Momoh (Male) - Displaced.
Amadu, Abdulai (Male) age 34 - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced.
Amadu, Bockarie (Male) age 55 - 1994 - Displaced.
Amadu, Elizabeth (Female) age 18 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Amadu, Francis (Male) age 38 - 1996 - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Amadu, Kadiatu (Female) age 11 - 1995 in Bum, Bonthe - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Amadu, Kumba (Female) age 33 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced.
Amadu, Mudah (Male) - 1994 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Amadu, Musu (Female) age 25 - 1998 in Soa, Kono - Displaced.
Amadu, Patrick (Male) - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Amadu, Sahr (Male) age 4 - 1998 in Soa, Kono - Killed.
Amadu, Tranie (Male) age 32 - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Amadu, Vandi (Male) - 1996 in Jawie, Kailahun - Killed.
Amaka, Sao (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Amara, Abu (Male) - Killed.
Amara, Aiah (Male) age 55 - 1992 in Gbane, Kono - Killed.
Amara, Ajuba (Male) age 8 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Amara, Alfred (Male) - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Property looted. Tortured.
Amara,Alhaji (Male) - 1995 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Property looted.Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Amara, Alhaji Fomba (Male) age 75 - 1992 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Amara, Amadu (Male) age 56 - 1992 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Amara, Amadu (Male) age 67 - 1999 in Malegohun, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Amara, Ambrose (Male) - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Property looted.
Amara, Augustine (Male) age 61 - 1997 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Amara, Bintu (Female) age 8 - 1999 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Amara, Bobor (Male) age 46 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Amara, Borbor (Male) - 1994 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Detained. Killed.
Amara, Brima (Male) - Displaced.
Amara, Brima (Male) age 25 - 1996 in Wandor, Kenema - Killed.
Amara, Brima (Male) age 35 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced.
Amara, Brima (Male) age 55 - 1993 in Kono - Abducted and detained. Stripped.
Amara, Brima (Male) age 63 - 1995 in Yawei, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted.
Amara, Christina (Female) age 35 - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property looted.
Amara, Edna (Female) age 40 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Amara, Elizabeth (Female) age 11 - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Amara, Fatmata (Female) age 29 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Amara, Foday (Male) age 71 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Property destroyed.
Amara, Gbessay (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Amara, Gloud (Male) - 1994 in Kori, Moyamba - Killed.
Amara, Gumbu (Male) - 1991 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Amara, Isata (Female) age 41 - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced.
Amara, Isatu (Female) age 28 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Amara, James (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Amara, Jeneba (Female) age 40 - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Amara, Joe (Male) age 67 - 1995 in Small Bo, Kenema - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Amara, Joseph (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Amara, Joseph (Male) age 23 - 1994 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Amara, Junisa (Male) - Displaced.
Amara, Katie (Female) age 33 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Amara, Kombe (Male) age 43 - Displaced. Stripped.
Amara, Lahai (Male) - 1996 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Amara, Lahai (Male) - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced.
Amara, Lahai (Male) age 31 - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Amara, Lamin (Male) - 1995 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Amara, Mamaalie (Female) age 78 - 1995 in Yawei, Kailahun - Assaulted. Killed.
Amara, Manie (Male) age 37 - 1993 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Amara, Massah (Female) - 1991 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Amara, Mattu (Female) age 48 - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Amara, Messie (Female) age 64 - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Amara, Mohamed (Male) - Displaced. Assaulted.
Amara, Mohamed (Male) age 18 - 1995 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Killed.
Amara, Mohamed (Male) age 32 - 1995 in Dama, Kenema - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Amara, Moinina (Male) age 56 - 1996 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Amara, Morgboi (Male) age 46 - Displaced.
Amara, Musa (Male) - Displaced.
Amara, Mustapha (Male) age 31 - 1992 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Amara, Musu (Female) - 1998 in Kori, Moyamba - Displaced.
Amara, Musu (Female) age 32 - 1996 in Gbane Kandor, Kono - Displaced. Assaulted.
Amara, Musu (Female) age 40 - 1994 in Dodo, Kenema - Killed.
Amara, Nancy (Female) - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed.
Amara,Philip (Male) - 2000 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Amara, Saha (Male) age 21 - 1995 - Killed.
Amara,Sahr (Male) age 34 - 1992 in Gbane, Kono - Displaced and extorted.Abducted and detained. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Amara,Saidu (Male) age 32 - 1995 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced,extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Amara, Samai (Male) - 1991 in Peje West, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Amara, Sata (Female) age 13 - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced.
Amara, Sattu (Female) - 1997 in Gbane, Kono - Abducted.
Amara, Sheku (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted.
Amara, Sia (Female) age 50 - 1992 in Gbane, Kono - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Amara, Smart (Male) age 54 - 1991 in Gaura, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Amara, Tenneh (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Amara, Tommy (Male) - Displaced. Assaulted.
Amara, Wuya (Female) age 38 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Amara, Yusu (Male) - 1994 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Amidu, Alpha (Male) - Killed.
Amidu, Margaret (Female) - 1995 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Amidu, Medie - 1995 - Abducted and detained.
Amidu, Wuya (Female) - 1995 - Abducted and detained.
Aminata, Saffa (Male) age 6 - 1996 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Amos, Victor (Male) age 23 - Killed.
Ann, Alpha (Male) age 16 - 1996 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted.
Ansarr,Bai Shebora Tonka (Male) age 76 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Assaulted. Killed.
Anssumana, Adama (Female) - Killed.
Anssumana, Agnes (Female) age 45 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Anssumana, Aiah (Male) age 40 - 1994 in Gbane, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Anssumana, Albert (Male) age 27 - 1993 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Anssumana, Alhaji (Male) - 1995 in Benducha, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Anssumana,Aliah (Female) age 38 - 1993 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced.Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Anssumana, Bockarie (Male) age 45 - 1998 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced.
Anssumana, Bockarie (Male) age 57 - 1997 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Anssumana, Brima (Male) - 1997 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Anssumana,Brima (Male) age 28 - 1991 in Panga Krim, Pujehun - Displaced, extortedand property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Anssumana, Fayia (Male) - 1993 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Killed.
Anssumana, Foday (Male) age 36 - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Anssumana, James (Male) age 42 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Anssumana, Jeneh (Female) - Killed.
Anssumana, Jivirah (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Anssumana, John J. (Male) age 41 - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Anssumana, Joseph (Male) - 1997 in Nongowa, Kenema - Assaulted.
Anssumana, Jothanan (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Killed.
Anssumana, Jusu (Male) age 51 - 1993 in Western Area - Forced to labour.
Anssumana, Memuna (Female) - 1991 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Anssumana, Mustapha (Male) age 33 - Displaced and property looted.
Anssumana, Ruben (Male) - 1996 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced.
Anssumana, Sahr (Male) age 24 - 1997 in Kono - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Anssumana, Salifu (Male) age 28 - 1997 in Nongowa, Kenema - Property looted. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Anssumana, Sayoh (Male) - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured and limb amputated.
Anssumana, Sheku (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted.
Anssumana, Sylvester (Male) age 47 - 1995 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted.
Anssumana, Tamba (Male) age 32 - 1996 - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Anssumana, Tamba (Male) age 75 - 1991 in Gbane, Kono - Abducted. Killed.
Ansu, Alpha (Male) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced.
Ansu, Fatty (Female) age 25 - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced.
Ansu, Hawa (Female) - 1998 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Ansu, Jinnah (Female) age 22 - 1998 - Property looted. Tortured.
Ansu,Maithias Goddo (Male) age 23 - 1993 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Anthony, Foday (Male) age 25 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Anthony, Francis P. (Male) age 34 - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Property looted.
Aruna, Adama (Female) age 51 - 1992 in Gaura, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
Aruna, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Yawei, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Aruna, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured. Killed.
Aruna, Bockarie (Male) age 18 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted.
Aruna, Brima (Male) age 53 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Aruna, Jenneh (Female) - 1991 - Assaulted.
Aruna, Joseph (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Killed.
Aruna, Joseph (Male) age 47 - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Aruna, Karu (Male) - 1992 in Jawie, Kailahun - Tortured.
Aruna,Lahai (Male) age 50 - 1991 - Displaced, extorted and property lootedand destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Aruna, Mambu (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Aruna, Maria (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed.
Aruna, Massa (Female) - 1992 in Jawie, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Aruna, Michael (Male) age 42 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Aruna, Mohamed (Male) age 18 - 1996 - Abducted.
Aruna, Morie (Male) - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Aruna, Murray (Male) - 1993 in Bagbo, Bo District - Tortured.
Aruna, Noah (Male) age 72 - 1992 in Gaura, Kenema - Displaced and property looted. Abducted. Killed.
Aruna, Sabatu (Female) - 1999 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Killed.
Aruna, Tamba (Male) age 45 - 1993 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Aruna, Vandy (Male) age 37 - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Aruna-Amara, Sheku (Male) age 28 - 1995 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Asimi, Bobor (Male) age 39 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Tortured and limb amputated.
Asimi, Frank (Male) age 33 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Ayivi, Bockarie (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Ayuba, Kpamea (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Baadie, Mamadu (Male) - 1997 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Baba, Fadilu (Male) - 1995 in Yawbeko, Bonthe - Assaulted.
Babo, Gassimu (Male) - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Badara, Alieu (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured.
Bagolay, Thomas (Male) age 27 - 1991 in Small Bo, Kenema - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Bah, A.M. (Male) - 1996 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Killed.
Bah, Abu Bakarr (Male) - 1998 - Abducted.
Bah, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 47 - 1991 - Displaced.
Bah, Alhaji Amadu (Male) - 1999 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Detained.
Bah, Alimatu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bah, Alpha (Male) age 20 - Displaced. Tortured.
Bah, Alusine (Male) - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Killed.
Bah, Amadu (Male) age 45 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted and property looted. Abducted.
Bah, Bailor (Male) - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Bah, Bailor (Male) age 27 - 1997 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Displaced.
Bah, Brima (Male) age 36 - 1999 in Biriwa, Bombali - Property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Bah, Chernor (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bah, Fatmata (Female) age 50 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bah, Fatu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bah, Hawa (Female) - 1991 - Killed.
Bah, Ibrahim (Male) - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Detained.
Bah, Idrissa (Male) age 11 - 1996 in Magbema, Kambia - Assaulted and stripped.
Bah, Isatu (Female) - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Killed.
Bah, Isatu (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Bah, Jenebu (Female) - 1994 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Bah, Juldeh (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted.
Bah, Kadiatu (Female) age 34 - 1994 in Nimiyama, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Bah, Khobbie (Male) age 37 - 1998 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Bah, Lamrana (Female) age 56 - Displaced.
Bah, Mamadu (Male) age 85 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bah, Mariama (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Bah, Mohamed (Male) age 8 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bah, Mohamed (Male) age 25 - 1998 - Assaulted.
Bah, Mohamed (Male) age 26 - 1998 in Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Bah, Mohamed (Male) age 39 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Bah, Mohamed (Male) age 50 - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bah,Mohamed (Male) age 51 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured and limb amputated.
Bah, Mohamed (Male) age 57 - 1995 in Valunia, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured and limb amputated.
Bah, Neneh (Female) age 50 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted.
Bah, Saiku (Male) age 70 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bah, Salamatu (Female) age 29 - Displaced. Tortured.
Bah, Sheku (Male) age 35 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Limb amputated.
Bah, Sulaiman (Male) - 1997 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Assaulted. Killed.
Bah, Tajah (Male) - 1998 - Abducted.
Bahwa, Abdulai (Male) - 1995 in Sogbini, Bonthe - Forced to labour.
Bai, Komba (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Bai, Thullah (Male) - 1999 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Baida, Kadie (Female) - 1996 in Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Baigegbaya, Nyoma (Female) - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bailey, Alpha (Male) - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Bailey, Alpha (Male) age 41 - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced.
Bailey, Musa (Male) - Property destroyed.
Bailey, Peter (Male) age 42 - 1994 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bailey, Satta (Female) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Bailey, Umu (Female) age 24 - 1997 in Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Baima, Brima (Male) age 42 - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Baima, Thomas (Male) - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Assaulted and limb amputated.
Baimano, Abigail (Female) age 44 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted. Abducted and detained.
Baimba, Fatmata (Female) age 40 - Killed.
Baimba, Jina (Male) - 1993 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Baimba, Jinah - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Baimba, Keikula (Male) age 21 - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted.
Baimba, Mualemu (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted.
Baimba, Sallay (Female) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted.
Baimba, Tommy (Male) - 1996 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Killed.
Bainda, Alhaji (Male) - 1996 in Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured. Killed.
Bainda, Kenni (Male) - Killed.
Baindu Sannoh, Marie (Female) - Killed.
Baingo, Alpha (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and stripped.
Bainya, Mohamed (Male) age 28 - 1995 - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Bainya, Sheku (Male) - 1995 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Baisy, Peter (Male) - 1995 in Bonthe - Displaced. Killed.
Baiwa, Yatta (Female) - 1992 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Forced to labour. Killed.
Bajor, Foday (Male) - 1994 in Bagbo, Bo District - Extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Baka, Pieh (Male) - 1995 - Detained. Killed.
Bakar, Fumie (Female) age 31 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Baker, Moses (Male) - 1995 in Dasse, Moyamba - Property looted. Killed.
Baker, Orlon (Male) age 47 - 1997 in Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bakoh, Aiah (Male) - 1993 - Assaulted. Killed.
Bakor, Joseph Henry (Male) age 47 - 1992 - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Bala, Komba (Male) age 68 - 2000 in Malegohun, Kenema - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Balenga, Braima (Male) age 70 - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Balenga, Lahai (Male) age 19 - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced.
Ballay, Mosseray (Male) - 1995 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Assaulted. Killed.
Ballay, Vafoi (Male) age 42 - 1994 in Small Bo, Kenema - Displaced.
Balleh, Hawa (Female) age 30 - 1998 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Displaced and extorted.
Balogun, Abdulai (Male) - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Balogun, Alhaji Amsusu (Male) age 77 - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Balugun, Mohamed (Male) - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Bama, Brima (Male) - 1996 in Peje West, Kailahun - Killed.
Bamba, Adams (Female) age 15 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bamba, Fayah (Male) age 31 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained.
Bamba, Gladys (Female) age 24 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bamba, Jina - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Bambay, Joe (Male) - Killed.
Bamboh, Sahr (Male) age 38 - 1995 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Bammeh, Kemoh (Male) - 1996 - Tortured.
Bana, Amie (Female) - Killed.
Banada, Komba (Male) age 32 - 1997 in Gbane, Kono - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bandoh, William (Male) - 1995 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Bangalie, Alie (Male) - 1997 in Timdel, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangalie, Allieu (Male) - 1997 in Sittia, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangalie, Allieu (Male) - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangalie, Allieu (Male) age 23 - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Bangalie, Andrew (Male) - 1997 in Tikonko, Bo District - Tortured.
Bangalie,Christiana (Female) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Displaced andproperty looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bangalie, Hawa (Female) age 30 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangalie, Kumba (Female) age 45 - 1998 in Nimiyama, Kono - Displaced.
Bangalie,Malikie (Male) - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Bangalie, Morie (Male) - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
Bangalie, Musu (Female) age 36 - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Bangalie, Sahr (Male) age 12 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Bangalie, Tamba (Male) age 10 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Bangao, Kai (Male) age 48 - 1995 - Property destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Bangebah, Sia (Female) age 30 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced.
Bangloh, Amidu (Male) - 1994 in Lugbu, Bo District - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Bango, Ansumana (Male) - 1996 in Sogbini, Bonthe - Displaced. Killed.
Bango, Ansumana (Male) - 1993 in Lugbu, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Bango, Isatu (Female) - 1996 in Sogbini, Bonthe - Displaced. Killed.
Bangura, Abass (Male) - Extorted.
Bangura, Abdul (Male) - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Assaulted.
Bangura, Abdul (Male) - 1995 in Maforki, Port Loko - Property destroyed. Detained.
Bangura, Abdul (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangura, Abdul (Male) age 20 - 1997 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Bangura, Abdul (Male) age 21 - 1995 - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Assaulted.
Bangura, Abdulai (Male) - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and stripped.
Bangura, Abdulai (Male) - 1998 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Abdulai (Male) - 1997 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Displaced.
Bangura, Abdulai (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Bangura, Abdulai (Male) age 12 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bangura, Abdulai (Male) age 31 - 1997 in Bagruwa, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bangura, Abdulai (Male) age 34 - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Bangura, Abdulai (Male) age 38 - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Abibatu (Female) age 23 - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Bangura, Abibu (Male) age 17 - 1999 in Western Area - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Bangura, Abie (Female) - 1996 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Bangura, Abiebatu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Bangura, Abu (Male) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Forced to labour.
Bangura, Abu (Male) - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Abducted. Killed.
Bangura, Abu (Male) - 1997 in Masimera, Port Loko - Property looted. Assaulted.
Bangura, Abu (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Bangura, Abu (Male) age 25 - 1991 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Bangura, Abu (Male) age 34 - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Property looted. Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Abu (Male) age 50 - Displaced. Abducted.
Bangura, Abu (Male) age 50 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Abu (Male) age 63 - 1998 in Samu, Kambia - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Bangura, Abu (Male) age 65 - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Abu Bakarr (Male) - 1997 in Gbense, Kono - Forced to labour. Killed.
Bangura, Abu Bakarr (Male) - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Killed.
Bangura, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 15 - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced.
Bangura, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 25 - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Adama (Female) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Adama (Female) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Adama (Female) age 25 - Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Bangura, Adama (Female) age 37 - 1998 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Displaced and extorted.
Bangura, Adama (Female) age 55 - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted.
Bangura, Adamsay (Female) age 15 - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Bangura, Addiatu (Female) - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced. Killed.
Bangura,Adikalie (Male) age 22 - 1998 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Propertydestroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured and limb amputated. Killed.
Bangura, Agnes (Female) - 1994 in Sielenga, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Bangura, Albert (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Bangura, Albert (Male) age 43 - 1995 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Bangura, Alex (Male) - Killed.
Bangura, Alfred (Male) - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Bangura, Alhaji (Male) age 14 - 1998 in Marampa, Port Loko - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangura, Alhaji Idrissa (Male) age 56 - 1997 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Bangura, Alhassan (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Ali (Male) age 70 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Alice (Female) - 1995 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Property looted and destroyed. Detained. Killed.
Bangura, Alice (Female) age 17 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bangura, Alie (Male) - 2000 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Bangura, Alie (Male) - Limb amputated.
Bangura, Alie (Male) age 50 - 1995 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Property destroyed. Killed.
Bangura, Alie (Male) age 63 - 1996 in Dia, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangura, Alimamy (Male) - 1998 in Nimiyama, Kono - Property destroyed. Abducted. Killed.
Bangura, Alimamy (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Alimamy (Male) - Extorted.
Bangura, Alimamy (Male) age 42 - 1998 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced and property looted.
Bangura, Alimamy Abass (Male) age 35 - 1999 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Bangura, Allie (Male) - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Bangura, Allusine (Male) age 30 - 2000 - Killed.
Bangura, Almie (Female) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Alpha (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Alpha (Male) - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Alpha (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Alpha Yama (Male) age 49 - 2000 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Alusine (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Bangura, Alusine (Male) age 35 - 1999 - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Bangura, Amadu (Male) - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Tortured. Killed.
Bangura, Amadu (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Bangura, Amadu (Male) - Killed.
Bangura, Amadu (Male) - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Amadu (Male) - 1999 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Abducted.
Bangura, Amara (Male) - Limb amputated.
Bangura, Amara (Male) - 1995 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Displaced. Killed.
Bangura, Amie (Female) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Aminata (Female) - Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Aminata (Female) age 17 - 1999 - Displaced.
Bangura,Aminata (Female) age 32 - 1998 in Briama, Kambia - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Aminata (Female) age 65 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Ann (Female) - 1995 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Aruna (Male) - 1999 - Extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Bangura, Asona - 1999 - Assaulted.
Bangura, Assana (Male) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Killed.
Bangura, Augustine (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Augustus (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Baby (Female) - 1996 in Tane, Tonkolili - Extorted and property looted.
Bangura, Baby (Female) age 26 - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced.
Bangura, Balla (Male) - Displaced.
Bangura, Ballay (Female) age 59 - 1999 in Western Area - Detained. Tortured.
Bangura, Bayo Simah (Male) - 1995 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Killed.
Bangura, Benito (Male) age 34 - 1998 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Bintilai (Female) - Displaced.
Bangura, Bockarie (Male) - 1998 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Bockarie (Male) age 46 - 1994 in Lugbu, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Bangura, Brima (Male) - 1996 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Bangura, Brima (Male) - 1994 - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Bangura, Brima (Male) - 1995 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Property looted and destroyed. Detained. Killed.
Bangura, Brima (Male) age 12 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bangura, Charm (Male) - 1999 in Magbema, Kambia - Assaulted.
Bangura, Chernor (Male) - 1997 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Detained. Assaulted.
Bangura, Daniel (Male) age 45 - 1999 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Property looted. Assaulted.
Bangura, David (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Digba (Female) - 1995 - Displaced.
Bangura, Dura (Male) - 1999 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted. Killed.
Bangura, Edward (Male) age 50 - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Edward Sorie (Male) age 50 - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Ema (Female) age 19 - 1998 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Fainkray (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Bangura, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Bangura, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Abducted.
Bangura, Fatmata (Female) - 1995 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Property looted and destroyed. Detained. Killed.
Bangura, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bangura, Fatmata (Female) age 7 - 1998 in Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Fatmata (Female) age 12 - 1998 - Displaced.
Bangura, Fatmata (Female) age 47 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Fatu (Female) - Displaced.
Bangura, Fatu (Female) - Property looted.
Bangura, Fatu (Female) age 27 - 1998 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Property looted.
Bangura, Fatu (Female) age 33 - Assaulted.
Bangura, Fatu (Female) age 34 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Fatu (Female) age 35 - 1995 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Property destroyed. Killed.
Bangura, Finda (Female) age 49 - 1994 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Killed.
Bangura, Foday (Male) - 1996 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Bangura, Foday (Male) - 1995 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Killed.
Bangura, Foday (Male) - 1998 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Limb amputated.
Bangura, Foday (Male) - 1999 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Killed.
Bangura, Foday (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Foday (Male) - Forced to labour.
Bangura, Foday (Male) - 1999 in Tambakka, Bombali - Extorted. Forced to labour.
Bangura, Foday (Male) - 1992 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Bangura, Foday (Male) - 1995 - Displaced. Killed.
Bangura, Foday (Male) - 1999 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced.
Bangura, Foday (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Bangura,Foday (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Displaced, extortedand property destroyed. Detained. Stripped and limb amputated.
Bangura, Francis Oniaro (Male) age 36 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Tortured.
Bangura, Fuard (Male) - 1997 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Assaulted. Killed.
Bangura, Fudia (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Fullah (Male) age 30 - 1998 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Gbarroh (Male) - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Abducted. Assaulted.
Bangura, Gbassay (Male) - 1998 in Samu, Kambia - Abducted. Killed.
Bangura, Gbessay (Female) - 1999 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangura, Gbla (Male) age 52 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted.
Bangura, Gibba (Male) - 1998 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Killed.
Bangura, Gibril (Male) age 31 - 1998 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Haroun (Male) age 65 - 1994 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Hassan (Male) - 1994 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Property looted and destroyed. Detained. Tortured. Killed.
Bangura, Hassan (Male) - Limb amputated.
Bangura, Hassan (Male) - Tortured. Killed.
Bangura,Hassan (Male) age 59 - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Bangura, Hassan (Male) age 76 - 1999 - Extorted and property looted.
Bangura, Hassana (Male) age 49 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Property destroyed. Killed.
Bangura, Hawa (Female) - 1997 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Abducted. Limb amputated.
Bangura, Hawa (Female) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Hawa (Female) - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bangura, Hawa (Female) - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Hawanatu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Ibrahim (Male) - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Killed.
Bangura, Ibrahim (Male) - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Bangura, Ibrahim (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangura, Ibrahim (Male) age 25 - Killed.
Bangura, Ibrahim (Male) age 30 - Detained.
Bangura, Ibrahim (Male) age 53 - 1998 - Property looted. Forced to labour.
Bangura, Idrissa (Male) - 1999 in Tambakka, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Idrissa (Male) - 1995 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced.
Bangura, Idrissa (Male) - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted and tortured.
Bangura, Idrissa (Male) age 18 - Displaced.
Bangura, Idrissa (Male) age 47 - 1995 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Isata (Female) age 10 - 1999 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Bangura, Isatu (Female) - 1996 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted. Killed.
Bangura, Isatu (Female) - 2000 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced.
Bangura, Isatu (Female) - 1995 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Property looted and destroyed. Detained. Killed.
Bangura, Isatu (Female) - 1999 in Magbema, Kambia - Abducted.
Bangura, Isatu (Female) age 16 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bangura, Isatu (Female) age 31 - 1997 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted.
Bangura, Isatu (Female) age 53 - 1998 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Isha (Female) age 33 - Displaced and property destroyed. Detained.
Bangura, Ishmeal (Male) age 36 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Bangura, Issa (Male) age 11 - 1998 - Displaced. Abducted.
Bangura, Issa (Male) age 12 - 1997 - Forced to labour.
Bangura, Issa (Male) age 50 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Bangura, Jacomo Sorie (Male) age 47 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted.
Bangura, James (Male) - 1997 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, James (Male) - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Property destroyed.
Bangura, James (Male) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Bangura, James (Male) age 60 - 1991 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Bangura, James K (Male) age 33 - 1999 in Bombali - Extorted.
Bangura, Jimmy (Male) age 36 - 1996 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Bangura, Joe (Male) - 1999 - Killed.
Bangura, Johanis (Male) age 58 - 1995 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Bangura, Johathan (Male) age 26 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bangura, John (Male) age 22 - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Bangura, Joseph (Male) - 1998 in Bombali - Extorted. Assaulted.
Bangura, Joseph (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted. Killed.
Bangura, Julius (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Jusu (Male) - 1994 - Killed.
Bangura, Kadiatu (Female) - 1991 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Killed.
Bangura, Kadiatu (Female) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Kadiatu (Female) - 1999 - Abducted.
Bangura, Kadiatu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Kadiatu (Female) age 28 - 1998 in Mambolo, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Kadiatu (Female) age 31 - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced. Assaulted.
Bangura,Kadiatu (Female) age 31 - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Assaulted, tortured and limb amputated.
Bangura, Kadiatu (Female) age 43 - 1996 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Kalie (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Kamanda (Male) - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Assaulted. Killed.
Bangura, Kanlu (Male) - Killed.
Bangura, Komrabai - 1999 in Mambolo, Kambia - Killed.
Bangura, Koya (Female) age 15 - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Abducted. Assaulted.
Bangura, Lahai (Male) - 1995 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Killed.
Bangura, Lamin (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted and property destroyed. Tortured and stripped.
Bangura, Lamin (Male) age 32 - Displaced and extorted.
Bangura, Lamin (Male) age 60 - 2000 - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Bangura, Lamin (Male) age 71 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Property looted. Abducted.
Bangura, Lamin T (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Lamina (Male) - 1992 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Bangura, Lamina (Male) age 61 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Lammoh (Male) - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Lansana (Male) - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Bangura, Lansana (Male) - 1999 - Property looted. Killed.
Bangura, Mabinty (Female) age 42 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted. Detained.
Bangura, Mabinty (Female) age 61 - 1999 - Displaced.
Bangura, Madieu (Male) age 12 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Mana (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Property destroyed.
Bangura,Mankey (Male) - 1995 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Bangura, Mannah (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Margaret (Female) age 8 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Mariama (Female) age 23 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Mariatu (Female) age 14 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bangura, Marie (Female) - Displaced and extorted.
Bangura, Marie (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Bangura, Marie (Female) - 1998 in Kambia - Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Marie (Female) age 7 - 1998 - Killed.
Bangura, Marie (Female) age 16 - Displaced.
Bangura, Marie (Female) age 35 - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Bangura,Marie (Female) age 36 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced and propertylooted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Bangura, Marie (Female) age 46 - Killed.
Bangura, Mary (Female) - 1999 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Displaced.
Bangura, Mayah (Male) age 90 - 1995 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Mbalu (Female) - 1999 - Assaulted.
Bangura, Menah (Female) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Killed.
Bangura, Micheal (Male) age 20 - 1997 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Bangura, Mikailu (Male) age 54 - 1998 in Samu, Kambia - Property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Minkaila (Male) age 42 - 1998 - Displaced.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Forced to labour.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) - 1994 - Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) - 1999 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Abducted.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced. Killed.
Bangura,Mohamed (Male) age 19 - 1995 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Displaced,extorted and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) age 27 - 2000 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Assaulted and tortured.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) age 34 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Tortured.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) age 44 - 1997 in Langorama, Kenema - Killed.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) age 47 - 1998 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Bangura, Mohamed (Male) age 79 - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Molai (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted. Killed.
Bangura, Momodu (Male) - 1998 in Magbaiamba Ngowahun, Bombali - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangura, Momodu (Male) - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Killed.
Bangura, Momoh (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Momoh (Male) - 1998 - Detained.
Bangura, Momoh (Male) - Killed.
Bangura, Momoh (Male) age 30 - 1999 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Bangura, Monday (Male) age 44 - 1999 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced.
Bangura, Moriba (Male) - 1995 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Killed.
Bangura,Morlai (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Morlai (Male) age 32 - 1998 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangura, Morlai (Male) age 60 - Killed.
Bangura, Musa (Male) - 1995 - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Bangura, Musa (Male) - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangura, Musa (Male) age 39 - 1997 in Kono - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Bangura, Musa (Male) age 67 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Musa T (Male) age 43 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Mustapha (Male) - 1995 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Mustapha (Male) age 48 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Bangura, Musu (Female) - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Killed.
Bangura, Musu (Female) - 1995 - Property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, N' (Female) - 1995 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Killed.
Bangura, Ngadie (Female) - Displaced.
Bangura, Nma (Female) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Nmah (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Nmah Brima (Male) age 57 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura,Omari (Male) age 51 - 2000 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displacedand property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Bangura, Ousman (Male) - 2000 - Extorted and property looted.
Bangura, Ousman (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Bangura,Ousman (Male) age 26 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and propertydestroyed. Abducted. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Bangura, Ousman (Male) age 42 - Extorted and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Bangura, Patrick (Male) age 10 - 1995 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Patrick (Male) age 18 - 1995 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Bangura, Posseh (Female) - 1992 - Property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Bangura, Raymond (Male) age 15 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Bangura, Roke (Male) age 35 - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Bangura, Rosaline (Female) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Tortured.
Bangura, Rugiatu (Female) - Killed.
Bangura, Rugiatu (Female) - 1999 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Abducted.
Bangura, S. Yunisa (Male) age 54 - 1993 in Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Sahha (Male) - Killed.
Bangura, Saidu (Male) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Killed.
Bangura, Saidu (Male) - 1999 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Killed.
Bangura, Saidu (Male) - 1995 - Displaced.
Bangura, Saidu (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Killed.
Bangura, Saidu (Male) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Tortured.
Bangura, Saidu (Male) age 9 - 1998 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Displaced. Tortured.
Bangura, Saimatu (Female) - 1993 in Kono - Killed.
Bangura, Salamatu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Bangura, Salaymatu (Female) - 1992 - Killed.
Bangura, Sallay (Female) - Displaced.
Bangura, Sallay (Female) age 1 - 1997 in Samu, Kambia - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Bangura, Sallu (Male) age 16 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Bangura, Sallu (Male) age 52 - 1999 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Property looted and destroyed.
Bangura,Sallu (Male) age 55 - 1999 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Extorted andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bangura, Sally (Female) - 2000 in Western Area - Abducted.
Bangura, Samie (Male) - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Bangura, Samuel (Male) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Bangura, Samuel (Male) age 46 - 1998 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Samura (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Santigie (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Santigie (Male) - 1999 in Bombali - Abducted. Killed.
Bangura, Santigie (Male) - 1998 in Magbaiamba Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Bangura, Santigie (Male) - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Bangura, Santigie (Male) - Detained.
Bangura, Santigie (Male) - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Bangura, Santigie (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Bangura, Santigie (Male) age 35 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted. Detained. Limb amputated.
Bangura, Sarah (Female) - 1999 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Displaced. Tortured. Killed.
Bangura, Satefu (Male) age 31 - Forced to labour. Tortured and stripped.
Bangura, Sathem (Male) - Displaced.
Bangura, Sento (Female) - 1995 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Sethaha (Male) - 1999 in Tonkolili - Assaulted.
Bangura, Sheku (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Bangura, Sheku (Male) age 27 - 2000 - Displaced and property looted.
Bangura, Sinneh (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Bangura, Sinneh (Male) age 25 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted and stripped.
Bangura, Sombo (Female) - 1995 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted.
Bangura, Soriba (Male) age 72 - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Sorie (Male) - 2000 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Bangura, Sorie (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Bangura, Sorie (Male) - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangura, Sorie (Male) age 32 - 1995 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced.
Bangura, Sorie (Male) age 37 - 1999 in Neini, Koinadugu - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Bangura, Sorie (Male) age 37 - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Assaulted and tortured.
Bangura, Sorie (Male) age 39 - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bangura, Sorieba (Male) - 1998 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Bangura, Stanley (Male) age 30 - 1995 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Bangura, Sullay (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Taimu (Male) - 1997 in Kenema - Killed.
Bangura, Tamba (Male) age 41 - 1999 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Bangura, Tamba (Male) age 60 - 1999 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Displaced. Killed.
Bangura, Thabeh Alice (Female) age 29 - 1998 - Displaced.
Bangura, Tommy (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bangura, Umu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Bangura, Umu (Female) age 40 - 1999 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Property looted. Assaulted.
Bangura, Unisa (Male) age 10 - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Abducted. Tortured.
Bangura, Wara (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Tortured. Killed.
Bangura, Woromah (Male) age 31 - 1998 - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Bangura, Wusa (Male) - Property looted. Assaulted.
Bangura, Yagha (Male) age 64 - Displaced.
Bangura, Yallah (Male) - Property destroyed.
Bangura, Yamarie (Female) - 1998 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced.
Bangura, Yatta (Female) - 1999 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Killed.
Bangura, Yeabu (Female) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Killed.
Bangura, Yeabu (Female) - 1995 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced.
Bangura, Yeabu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Killed.
Bangura, Yeabu (Female) age 38 - 1994 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bangura, Yei (Female) - 1996 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Killed.
Bangura, Yusifu (Male) - 1997 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Bangura, Yusufu (Male) age 49 - 1999 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
Bangura, Zachariah (Male) - Displaced.
Banie, Isatu (Female) age 59 - 1997 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Detained.
Bankolay, Desmond (Male) age 43 - 1996 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced.
Bankoley, Gbagbei (Male) age 55 - 1996 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Bannah, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Simbaru, Kenema - Killed.
Bannet, Idrissa (Male) - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Bannoh, Jebeh (Female) age 60 - 1991 in Panga Krim, Pujehun - Displaced and extorted.
Bannoh, Vandi (Male) age 17 - 1991 in Panga Krim, Pujehun - Displaced. Forced to labour. Killed.
Banpewa, Jusu (Male) age 45 - 1992 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Banta, Bueh (Male) - 1997 in Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Banta, Isatu (Female) age 36 - 1996 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Displaced. Detained.
Bantama, Minkailu (Male) age 36 - 1999 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Assaulted and tortured.
Banua, Karray (Male) - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Banya, Agnes (Female) - 1995 - Displaced.
Banya,Brima (Male) age 68 - 1991 in Peje West, Kailahun - Property looted anddestroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Banya, Jitta (Female) - 1997 - Killed.
Banya, John (Male) age 29 - 1992 in Penguia, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Banya, Lahai (Male) - 1995 - Displaced.
Banya, Mamawa (Female) - Displaced.
Bao, Bockarie (Male) age 17 - 1998 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Bao, Borbor (Male) age 32 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bao, Fatmata (Female) age 6 - Forced to labour.
Bao, Karmoh (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Extorted. Killed.
Bao, Maitta (Female) - 1991 in Pujehun - Assaulted.
Bao, Musa (Male) age 63 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed. Detained. Tortured.
Baraytay, Baba (Male) age 32 - 1998 in Tankoro, Kono - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Barker,Abu (Male) - 1999 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted. Limb amputated.
Barna, Mohamed (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Forced to labour.
Barnett, Albert (Male) age 14 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted.
Barrel, John (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Barrie, Abdul (Male) age 45 - Property looted. Assaulted.
Barrie, Abdul (Male) age 58 - 1996 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Barrie, Abdulai (Male) age 60 - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Killed.
Barrie, Abu (Male) - Killed.
Barrie, Alhassan (Male) - Killed.
Barrie, Alpha (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Barrie, Alpha (Male) age 42 - 1999 - Extorted.
Barrie, Alphajor (Male) - 1998 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Killed.
Barrie, Amadu (Male) - 1997 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Barrie, Amadu (Male) age 57 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Property destroyed. Killed.
Barrie, Amara Siray (Male) age 7 - 1998 - Abducted. Tortured.
Barrie, Aminata (Female) age 40 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted. Abducted.
Barrie, Augusta (Female) - Displaced and property looted.
Barrie, Chernor (Male) - 1994 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Barrie, Fatmata (Female) age 4 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Barrie, Fatmata (Female) age 9 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Barrie, Hadiatu (Female) age 24 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted.
Barrie, Mariama (Female) age 55 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced.
Barrie, Massah (Female) age 12 - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Barrie, Mohamed (Male) - 1996 in Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Barrie, Mohamed (Male) - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced. Killed.
Barrie, Mohamed (Male) age 34 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Barrie, Mohamed (Male) age 55 - Displaced and property looted.
Barrie, Mohamed (Male) age 57 - Property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Barrie, Sheku (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Property looted.
Barrie, Sulaiman (Male) - 1995 in Benducha, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Barrie, Sulaiman (Male) age 100 - 1994 in Luawa, Kailahun - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted. Killed.
Barrie, Tejan (Male) - Killed.
Barrie, Thomas (Male) - 1995 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
Barrie, Umaru (Male) age 29 - 1992 - Abducted and detained.
Barrie, Yaheh Tharu (Male) age 28 - 1997 in Kakua, Bo District - Property looted.
Barrie, Yayah (Male) age 52 - 1992 - Killed.
Barrie, Yayah (Male) age 57 - Displaced.
Barrie, Zainab (Female) age 3 - 1996 in Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Bassie, David (Male) age 59 - 1995 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Forced to labour.
Bassie,David Ngenda (Male) age 24 - 1996 in Kori, Moyamba - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Bassie, Edward (Male) - 1994 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bassie, James (Male) - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Bassie, Joseph (Male) age 68 - 1995 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bassie, Kuna (Female) - 1996 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Killed.
Bassie, Monica (Female) age 26 - 1995 in Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
Bassie, Tamba (Male) - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured.
Bawa, Tommy (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Killed.
Bawoh, Finda L. (Female) age 42 - 1992 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Bawoh, Musa (Male) age 25 - Displaced. Tortured. Killed.
Bawoh, Saffa (Male) - 1991 in Sielenga, Bo District - Killed.
Bawoh, Sato (Male) age 46 - 1993 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Bawoh, Satta (Female) age 37 - 1992 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced.
Bawoh, Sattoe (Female) age 35 - 1991 in Dama, Kenema - Killed.
Bawoh, Seidu (Male) age 53 - 1991 in Sielenga, Bo District - Displaced.
Bayoh, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Bayoh, Daramy (Male) - 1996 - Displaced.
Bayoh, Fatmata (Female) age 17 - 1995 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Abducted and detained.
Bayoh, Fiamusu (Female) age 49 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Tortured.
Bayoh, Hawa (Female) age 48 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Bayoh, Kenneh (Male) - 1995 in Sogbini, Bonthe - Forced to labour.
Bayoh, Kumba (Female) - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Killed.
Bayoh, Matthew (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Bayoh, Mohamed (Male) - 1999 in Jawie, Kailahun - Abducted. Assaulted.
Bayoh, Musu (Female) age 51 - 1997 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Bayoh, Ousman (Male) - 1995 in Bo District - Assaulted. Killed.
Bayoh, Sam (Male) age 52 - 1994 in Bagbe, Bo District - Killed.
Bayoh, Samuel (Male) - 1997 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced.
Bayoh, Samuel (Male) - 1996 in Peje West, Kailahun - Property destroyed. Killed.
Bayoh, Sia (Female) age 40 - 2000 in Lei, Kono - Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Bayoh, Tamba (Male) - 1999 - Killed.
Bayoh, Theresa (Female) age 36 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced.
Bayoh, Titus (Male) - 1995 in Kowa, Moyamba - Killed.
Bayoh, Yei (Female) age 35 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Bayoh, Yusuf (Male) age 20 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Tortured and stripped.
Beach, Sundie (Male) age 43 - 1995 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Beachie, Ishmeal (Male) age 42 - 1998 - Extorted.
Beah, Jonathan (Male) age 41 - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Extorted.
Beah, Kapuru (Male) age 63 - 1995 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted.
Beah, Raymond (Male) - 1995 - Assaulted.
Beah, Tommy (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Beayorma, Sulaiman (Male) age 38 - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced.
Beckley, Alfred (Male) age 26 - 1999 - Displaced and property looted.
Beckley, Momoh (Male) - Displaced.
Bekeh, Joe (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Belewa, Alieu (Male) age 36 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Belewa, Amidu (Male) - 1996 in Tikonko, Bo District - Killed.
Belgiuah, Joe (Male) - 1999 - Killed.
Belmont, Peter (Male) age 53 - 1997 in Western Area - Displaced. Tortured.
Bembe, Luseni (Male) - Forced to labour.
Benbay, Komba (Male) age 42 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced.
Bendeh, Dwight (Male) - 1998 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Killed.
Bendekoh, Kumba (Female) age 38 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Bendu, Abdulai (Male) - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bendu, Allie (Male) age 45 - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bendu, Aruna (Male) - 1997 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bendu, Aruna (Male) - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Property destroyed.
Bendu, Hawa (Female) age 16 - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Abducted.
Bendu, Ibrahim (Male) age 9 - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Abducted.
Bendu, Jonathan (Male) age 49 - 1999 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bendu, Jurusa (Male) - 1995 in Benducha, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Bendu, Momoh (Male) - 1996 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Bendu, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Bendu, Yea (Female) - 1998 in Mandu, Kailahun - Extorted. Assaulted. Killed.
Benga, Jane (Female) age 47 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced.
Benga, Maciray (Female) - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bengah, Momoh (Male) age 48 - 1997 in Koya, Kenema - Property destroyed. Killed.
Bengeh, Aruna (Male) age 15 - 1997 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Benjamin, John (Male) age 38 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Bennie, Kumba (Female) - 1992 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Benolu, Sulaiman (Male) age 12 - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Abducted.
Benya, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Benya,Amidu (Male) age 60 - 1994 in Small Bo, Kenema - Displaced andextorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Benya, Karimu (Male) age 65 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Benya, Lahai (Male) age 34 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Biaimo, Swaray Yamba (Male) age 17 - 1992 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced.
Biareh, Thomas (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Bikie, Gufulo (Male) age 73 - 1993 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bindi, Albert (Male) age 62 - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bindi, Eddison (Male) - 1996 - Forced to labour. Assaulted and stripped.
Bindi, Joe (Male) age 36 - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
Bindi, Kadia (Female) age 3 - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Assaulted and tortured.
Bindi,Martha (Female) age 31 - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Bindi, Mary (Female) - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Bindi, Ngaiteh (Male) age 35 - 2000 in Moyamba - Assaulted and tortured.
Bindi, Saffa (Male) - 1991 - Forced to labour. Killed.
Bindi, Sahr (Male) age 26 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Bindi, Sarah (Female) age 2 - 1996 in Kori, Moyamba - Killed.
Binkongos, Richard (Male) age 38 - Displaced and extorted.
Bio, Alice (Female) - Forced to labour.
Bio, Hawa (Female) age 43 - 1995 - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Bio, Jenaba (Female) - Displaced and property looted.
Bio, Joe (Male) - 1995 in Peje West, Kailahun - Killed.
Bio, Joesipo (Male) - 1995 in Peje West, Kailahun - Killed.
Bio, Joseph Mohamed (Male) age 80 - 1995 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bio, Musa (Male) - 1995 in Sogbini, Bonthe - Abducted and detained.
Bio, Musu (Female) - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Displaced.
Bio, Steven (Male) - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Displaced.
Bio, Steven (Male) - 1995 - Property destroyed.
Bio, Thomas (Male) age 20 - 1995 - Displaced. Killed.
Bla, Ibrahim (Male) age 35 - Killed.
Bla, Isatu (Female) age 35 - 1998 in Marampa, Port Loko - Displaced.
Black Kamara, Alhaji Abu (Male) - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted, tortured and stripped. Killed.
Blackie, Theresa (Female) - Displaced.
Blackie, Yatta (Female) - 1995 in Malegohun, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Blake, Melvin (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Blake, Samuel (Male) age 39 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Blake, Tommy (Male) age 57 - Forced to labour. Killed.
Boa, Bockarie (Male) - 1993 in Dama, Kenema - Displaced.
Boat, Sonia (Male) - 1997 - Extorted.
Bobor, Baindu (Female) age 33 - 1997 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bobor, Baindu (Female) age 33 - Displaced.
Bobor, Brima (Male) age 26 - 1995 in Lugbu, Bo District - Abducted and detained.
Bobor, Hawa (Female) age 45 - 1996 - Tortured. Killed.
Bobor, Joe (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Property destroyed.
Bobor, John (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Detained.
Bobor, Lahai (Male) age 19 - 1992 - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Bobor, Miatta (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Bobor, Saidu (Male) age 30 - 1998 - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Bobor, Vandi (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Bockarie, Abu (Male) age 18 - 2000 in Kono - Tortured.
Bockarie, Alfred (Male) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Killed.
Bockarie, Alieu (Male) age 9 - 1994 in Wandor, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bockarie,Amadu (Male) age 39 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Bockarie, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Bockarie, Amara (Male) age 24 - 1993 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced.
Bockarie, Amara (Male) age 69 - 1993 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bockarie, Amie (Female) age 20 - Assaulted.
Bockarie, Aminata (Female) - 1991 - Displaced.
Bockarie, Augustine (Male) age 31 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Bockarie, Baby (Female) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Abducted. Killed.
Bockarie, Barbar (Male) age 34 - 1996 - Detained. Killed.
Bockarie, Bobor (Male) - 1995 in Koya, Kenema - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Bockarie, Bondu (Female) age 21 - 1998 - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Bockarie, Brima (Male) - 1999 in Peje West, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Bockarie, Charles (Male) - 1997 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Limb amputated.
Bockarie, Daisy (Female) age 28 - 1991 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bockarie, Dexion (Male) - 1998 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Bockarie, Elizabeth (Female) age 32 - 1991 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Displaced.
Bockarie, Fatmata (Female) age 10 - Killed.
Bockarie, Fatmata (Female) age 36 - 1999 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced.
Bockarie, Foday (Male) - Displaced.
Bockarie, Foday (Male) age 45 - 1996 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Displaced.
Bockarie, Fodie (Male) - 1997 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Killed.
Bockarie, Francis (Male) - 1994 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bockarie,Gbanie (Male) age 87 - 1997 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Bockarie, Hawa (Female) age 18 - 1991 in Kailahun - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Bockarie,Hawa (Female) age 30 - 1991 in Langorama, Kenema - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Bockarie, Hawa (Female) age 59 - 1991 - Displaced.
Bockarie, Jaia (Male) - 1994 in Pujehun - Killed.
Bockarie, Jaiah (Male) age 31 - 1993 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bockarie, Jatu (Female) age 8 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Tortured.
Bockarie, Joe (Male) age 32 - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bockarie, Jusu (Male) age 23 - 1991 - Displaced. Tortured.
Bockarie, Kain (Male) - 1991 - Assaulted.
Bockarie, Kanneh (Male) age 69 - 1998 in Malema, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Bockarie, Karmoh (Male) - 1991 - Forced to labour. Killed.
Bockarie, Karmoh (Male) age 39 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Bockarie, Kennie (Male) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Killed.
Bockarie, Kini Vandi (Male) - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted and detained.
Bockarie, Lahai (Male) age 2 - 1996 - Tortured. Killed.
Bockarie, Lahai (Male) age 30 - 1997 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Killed.
Bockarie, Lamin (Male) age 19 - 1994 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Bockarie, Lansana (Male) - Killed.
Bockarie, Lansana (Male) age 53 - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bockarie, Lansana (Male) age 59 - 1991 - Displaced. Abducted. Killed.
Bockarie, Lossie (Male) age 12 - 1991 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bockarie, Lucy (Female) age 5 - 1994 - Displaced. Killed.
Bockarie, Mambu (Male) age 35 - 1996 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced. Detained. Killed.
Bockarie, Mary (Female) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted.
Bockarie, Micheal (Male) age 43 - 1995 in Bagbe, Bo District - Property looted. Forced to labour.
Bockarie, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced. Assaulted and stripped. Killed.
Bockarie, Momoh (Male) age 18 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Bockarie, Momoh (Male) age 29 - 1991 - Displaced. Killed.
Bockarie, Moses (Male) - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced.
Bockarie, Mualim (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Bockarie, Musa (Male) age 14 - 1999 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Tortured.
Bockarie, Musa (Male) age 46 - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Bockarie, Musa (Male) age 70 - 1991 in Valunia, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Bockarie, Mustapha (Male) age 8 - Killed.
Bockarie, Nansu (Female) - 1991 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bockarie, Nineh (Male) age 45 - 1998 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Forced to labour.
Bockarie, Saffa (Male) - 1998 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Bockarie, Saffa (Male) age 49 - 1991 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Bockarie, Sallia (Male) - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Bockarie, Satta (Female) - 1996 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced.
Bockarie, Sheriff (Male) age 1 - 1998 - Assaulted.
Bockarie, Sheriff (Male) age 13 - 1997 - Displaced.
Bockarie, Sidie (Male) age 44 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Bockarie, Tailu (Male) age 45 - 1994 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bockarie, Tamba (Male) - 1991 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Killed.
Bockarie, Tamba (Male) age 37 - 1998 - Displaced.
Bockarie, Tejan (Male) - 1994 in Bagbo, Bo District - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bockarie, Tenneh (Female) age 30 - 1998 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced.
Bockarie, Thomas (Male) age 40 - 1999 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bockarie, Vandi (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bockarie, Vandy (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Property looted.
Bockarie, Watta (Female) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Bockarie, Watta (Female) age 10 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Abducted. Killed.
Bockarie Forwai, Padenga (Male) - 1991 in Pujehun - Property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Bodkin, Rosaline (Female) age 42 - 1995 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Boi, Sallay (Female) - 1995 in Bagbo, Bo District - Killed.
Boi, Selo (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Killed.
Boi, Yea (Female) - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Boima, Aiah (Male) age 18 - 1994 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Boima, Alhaji Ernest (Male) - Extorted and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Boima, Alpha (Male) - 1997 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Boima, Ernest (Male) - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Boima, Joe (Male) - 1995 in Bagbo, Bo District - Killed.
Boima, Komba (Male) - 1999 in Kamara, Kono - Forced to labour. Killed.
Boima, Kumba (Female) age 22 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Boima, Kumba (Female) age 40 - 1997 - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Boima, Martin (Male) age 52 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Boima, Matthew (Male) age 43 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced.
Boima, Menie (Female) age 13 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Boima, Moigboi (Male) age 71 - 1991 in Malegohun, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Boima, Musu (Female) age 8 - 1992 in Peje West, Kailahun - Forced to labour.
Boima, Patrick (Male) age 20 - 1997 in Malema, Kailahun - Forced to labour.
Boima,Patrick (Male) age 53 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Extorted and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Boima, Salia (Male) age 55 - 1998 in Luawa, Kailahun - Property looted. Assaulted.
Boima, Shaika (Male) age 24 - 1996 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Boima, Sheku (Male) - 1991 in Lugbu, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Boima, Sia (Female) - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Boima, Tamba (Male) - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced. Assaulted.
Boima, Tamba (Male) - 1998 - Property looted. Killed.
Boima, Tamba (Male) age 61 - 1991 in Nomo, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted. Killed.
Boima, Tenneh (Female) - 1998 - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Boitega, Amadu (Male) - 1997 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Boiweh, Sia (Female) - 1998 - Abducted.
Boko, Fomba (Male) - 1991 - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Boko, Hawa (Female) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Boma, Jattu (Female) age 73 - 1993 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Property destroyed. Killed.
Bomboi, Marie (Female) - Assaulted.
Bomboi, Muniru (Male) - Displaced.
Bomdu, Komba (Male) - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Bomoi, Surmana (Male) - 1991 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bona, Jassie (Female) age 60 - Displaced and property looted. Limb amputated.
Bona, Sahr (Male) - 1992 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Assaulted. Killed.
Bondowa, Momoh (Male) - Extorted. Forced to labour. Tortured and stripped.
Bonga, Francis (Male) - 1997 - Killed.
Bongi, Masseh (Female) - 1996 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Bongo, Janet (Female) age 60 - 1995 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed.
Bongo, Kola (Male) - 1998 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Boni-Moiwo, Sahr (Male) age 44 - 1991 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Boni-Moiwo, Tamba (Male) age 14 - 1991 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Bonjebah, Aiah (Male) - 1998 in Kono - Displaced.
Bonjebah, Sia (Female) age 78 - 1998 in Kono - Killed.
Bonnie, Joe (Male) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bonsu, Sahr (Male) age 46 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured.
Bornor, Joe (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Killed.
Bounnie, Gassimu (Male) - Killed.
Bowah, Amie (Female) - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Boyah-Quee, Saffa (Male) - 1994 in Wunde, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Boyawah, Jamiatu (Female) - Displaced. Assaulted.
Braima, Hary (Male) - 1992 in Dodo, Kenema - Detained. Assaulted.
Braima, Kaddie (Female) - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Braima, Morie (Male) age 55 - Assaulted and stripped. Killed.
Braima, Saidu (Male) age 7 - 1993 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted.
Brainard,Francis (Male) age 35 - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Extorted and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Brainard, Jonathan (Male) age 25 - 1997 in Imperi, Bonthe - Property looted.
Brewah, George (Male) age 55 - 1995 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Brewah, Mildred (Female) - 1995 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced.
Brewah, Tommy (Male) - 1995 - Killed.
Briama, Alyssious (Male) age 39 - 1991 in Gaura, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Briama, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Dama, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Detained. Killed.
Briama, Kalilu (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced.
Brian, Alhaji (Male) - 1992 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Brima, Abass (Male) - Tortured. Killed.
Brima, Abdulai (Male) age 60 - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Killed.
Brima, Alhaji (Male) - 1998 in Jawie, Kailahun - Killed.
Brima, Alhaji Katta (Male) age 54 - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Brima, Alhaji Morrow (Male) age 14 - 1995 in Luawa, Kailahun - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Brima, Alpha (Male) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Assaulted. Killed.
Brima, Alpha (Male) age 68 - 1995 in Bonthe - Property looted. Assaulted.
Brima, Amadu (Male) age 44 - 1994 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Detained.
Brima, Amara (Male) age 13 - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Forced to labour. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Brima, Ansumana (Male) age 30 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Brima, Aruna (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced.
Brima, Aruna (Male) age 33 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced.
Brima, Augustine (Male) age 22 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Tortured. Killed.
Brima, Baindu (Female) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Brima, Baindu (Female) age 26 - Displaced.
Brima, Bockarie (Male) age 28 - Displaced.
Brima, Edison (Male) age 23 - 1991 in Kissi Kama, Kailahun - Extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Brima, Fatmata (Female) age 28 - 1991 in Malegohun, Kenema - Extorted. Abducted. Tortured.
Brima, Fatu (Female) - 1991 - Displaced. Killed.
Brima, Hawa (Female) age 40 - 1991 in Peje West, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Brima, Joe (Male) - 1999 - Tortured.
Brima, Joe (Male) age 21 - 1993 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Brima, Kadie (Female) - 1992 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Brima, Kadie (Female) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced.
Brima, Kai (Male) - 1998 - Limb amputated.
Brima, Kaindaneh (Male) age 36 - 1997 in Koya, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Brima, Kortor (Male) - 1991 - Displaced. Detained.
Brima, Kumba (Female) age 20 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Tortured. Killed.
Brima, Lahai (Male) - Property destroyed.
Brima, Lamin (Male) age 59 - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Brima, Lansana (Male) - 1991 in Peje West, Kailahun - Abducted. Killed.
Brima, Mariama (Female) age 7 - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Killed.
Brima, Massah (Female) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Brima, Massah (Female) age 34 - 1997 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Forced to labour.
Brima, Mohamed (Male) age 16 - 1992 in Jawie, Kailahun - Stripped. Killed.
Brima, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted. Assaulted.
Brima, Moriba (Male) age 50 - 1997 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed.
Brima, Morie (Male) - 1995 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced.
Brima, Morie (Male) age 48 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced.
Brima, Munda (Male) - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced.
Brima, Musa (Male) - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Brima, Musa (Male) age 15 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Brima, Nancy (Female) age 26 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Brima, Saffa (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Brima, Sahr (Male) age 33 - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Brima, Sahr (Male) age 35 - 1992 in Penguia, Kailahun - Displaced.
Brima, Sahr (Male) age 45 - 1995 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Brima, Sahr (Male) age 47 - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Stripped.
Brima, Satta (Male) age 43 - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Brima, Senesie (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Assaulted.
Brima, Senesie (Male) age 57 - 1994 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced. Detained. Tortured.
Brima, Sheku (Male) age 3 - 1991 in Peje West, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Brima, Sulaiman (Male) age 4 - 1994 in Kissi Teng, Kailahun - Abducted. Killed.
Brima, Tamba (Male) age 30 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Brima, Tanu (Male) age 59 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted.
Brima, Wuya (Female) - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced. Killed.
Brima, Yeati (Female) age 38 - 1991 in Koya, Kenema - Property looted and destroyed.
Brima Fawundu, Mohamed James (Male) age 53 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Brimah, Fatmata (Female) - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Brorad, Kenny (Male) - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Browne, Joe (Male) - 1998 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Property destroyed.
Browne, Jonathan (Male) age 26 - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Browne, Sabainah (Female) - Killed.
Bu, John (Male) - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Detained.
Buduka, Rugiatu (Female) age 58 - 1996 - Property looted. Assaulted.
Bulleh, Abdul (Male) - 1995 in Komboya, Bo District - Assaulted and tortured.
Bullie, John Patrick (Male) - 1995 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Bunda, Allieu (Male) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Bundah, Alhaji Brima (Male) - 1997 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Bundamy, Tommy (Male) - 1997 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Extorted. Assaulted and tortured.
Bundeh, Alpha (Male) age 41 - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Extorted and property looted. Assaulted and stripped.
Bundor, Jusufu (Male) - Property destroyed.
Bundor, Michael (Male) - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Tortured.
Bundor, Tamba (Male) - Killed.
Bundu, Abdul (Male) age 30 - Extorted.
Bundu, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 46 - 1998 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced.
Bundu, Alfred (Male) - 1995 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Property destroyed.
Bundu,Alhaji Bai (Male) age 77 - 1995 in Dibia, Port Loko - Displaced,extorted and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Bundu, Alpha (Male) age 31 - 1999 - Property looted. Abducted and detained.
Bundu, Aruna (Male) - 1998 in Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Bundu, Bairoh age 48 - 1995 in Dibia, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Bundu, Brima (Male) - 1994 in Bagbo, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Bundu, Edward (Male) age 18 - 1994 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Extorted. Abducted.
Bundu, Eva (Female) age 47 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bundu, Fattu (Female) age 16 - 1996 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Detained. Limb amputated.
Bundu, Isatu (Female) - 1999 - Killed.
Bundu, James (Male) age 51 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed.
Bundu, Joseph (Male) - 1994 - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Stripped.
Bundu, Kadiatu (Female) age 67 - 1999 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted.
Bundu, Keikura (Male) - 1997 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Bundu, Lavai (Male) - 1995 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Killed.
Bundu, Mariatu (Female) age 17 - 1999 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Bundu, Marie (Female) - Displaced.
Bundu, Missalie (Male) - Displaced. Killed.
Bundu, Samuel (Male) - 1995 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed.
Bundu, Sulaiman (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Bundu, Sulaiman (Male) age 30 - 1994 in Neini, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Bundu, Sultan (Male) - 1999 in Dibia, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Bundu, Surjoh (Male) age 16 - 1995 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Displaced.
Bundu, Tamba (Male) age 31 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Bundu, Tamba Jonathan (Male) age 47 - 1998 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured.
Bundu, Yusif (Male) age 22 - 1995 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Bunduka, Amara (Male) - 1994 in Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
Bunduka, Amara (Male) age 23 - 1991 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Bunduka, Bockarie (Male) age 30 - 1992 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Bunduka, Isatu (Female) age 24 - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted and detained.
Bunduka, James (Male) - 1991 in Mandu, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Tortured and stripped. Killed.
Bunduka, Musa (Male) - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Bunduka, Musa (Male) age 19 - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Bunumbu, Kenie (Male) - 1993 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Burreh, Lansana (Male) - Extorted.
Burreh, Saffa (Male) - 1994 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Tortured.
Butscher, Aminata (Female) - 1997 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced.
Butscher,Hindolo (Male) age 52 - 1997 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced andproperty looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Butscher, James (Male) - 1997 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Killed.
Campbell, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 - Property looted. Assaulted and tortured.
Campbell, J (Male) - 1997 in Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Campbell, Kaikura (Male) age 40 - Assaulted. Killed.
Campbell, Magnus (Male) age 62 - 1999 - Property looted. Assaulted and tortured.
Carew, Kenei (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Carew, Mojama (Female) age 56 - 1999 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Carpenter, Brima (Male) - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Carpenter, Jusu (Male) - 1991 in Panga Krim, Pujehun - Displaced. Assaulted.
Carpenter, Koroma (Male) age 34 - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Carpenter, Moinah (Male) - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Carpenter,Momoh (Male) age 18 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced, extortedand property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Carpenter, Vandi (Male) age 38 - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Caulker,Cecelia (Female) age 83 - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted,tortured and forced to participate in an act of cannibalism.
Caulker, Mohamed (Male) age 20 - 1994 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
Caulker,Victor (Male) age 57 - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Property destroyed.Abducted and detained. Tortured and forced to participate in an act of cannibalism. Killed.
Cawaley, James (Male) age 59 - 1995 in Dasse, Moyamba - Displaced.
Cawan, Adama (Female) age 71 - 1998 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed.
Chalkey, Yema (Female) - 1997 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured and limb amputated.
Challx, Dauda (Male) - 1994 in Sogbini, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Chana, Maita (Female) - 1998 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Charles, Abu (Male) - 1995 - Displaced and property looted.
Charles, Abu (Male) - 1994 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Killed.
Charles, Bockarie (Male) age 53 - Displaced. Limb amputated.
Charles, Eyaja (Male) - 1998 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Tortured. Killed.
Charles, Jeneba (Female) age 56 - 1999 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Charles, Julius (Male) age 44 - 1995 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted. Abducted. Tortured.
Charles, Kemie (Male) age 45 - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Charles,Kenie Lansana (Male) age 46 - 1998 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun -Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Charles, Marian (Female) - Displaced. Abducted.
Charles, Marie (Male) age 9 - 1993 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted.
Charles, Momoh (Male) - 1998 in Dia, Kailahun - Abducted.
Charles, Patrick (Male) - 1993 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Charles, Prince (Male) age 33 - 1996 - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Charles, Saidu (Male) - 1994 in Bagbo, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Charlie, Charles Ruphus (Male) - 1998 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Tortured and stripped. Killed.
Charlie, Joe (Male) - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Charlie, Joe (Male) age 26 - 1997 in Sittia, Bonthe - Detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Charlie, Lahai (Male) - 1997 in Bonthe - Abducted.
Charlie, Mohamed Tommy (Male) age 26 - 1997 in Bagruwa, Moyamba - Displaced.
Charlie, Ramatu (Female) age 18 - 1995 in Bagruwa, Moyamba - Displaced.
Charlie, Umara (Male) age 37 - 1997 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Extorted. Detained.
Charlie, Yeama Kaima (Female) age 70 - 1997 in Bum, Bonthe - Tortured and limb amputated.
Chebie, Sahr (Male) - 1998 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Chebie, Tamba (Male) - 1998 - Detained.
Chendeka, Mohamed (Male) age 20 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Assaulted.
Clergy, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Langorama, Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Cleveland, Payangula (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed.
Cobio, Emmanuel (Male) - 1997 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Coker, Alex (Male) age 23 - 1995 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Coker, Alpha (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Coker, Ansumana (Male) age 67 - 1994 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Coker, Charles (Male) age 50 - Abducted. Assaulted.
Coker, Francis (Male) age 38 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Coker, Gerald (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted. Tortured and stripped.
Coker, Hazah (Female) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Coker, Kenie Torma (Male) - 1994 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Killed.
Coker, Lucinda (Female) age 20 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed.
Coker, Mambu (Female) age 76 - 1997 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured and limb amputated.
Coker, Marie (Female) - 1996 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Killed.
Coker, Moininah (Male) - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Coker, Samuel (Male) age 35 - 1996 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted.
Coker, Sesay (Male) - Assaulted.
Coker, Thomas (Male) age 44 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Coker, Tommy (Male) - 1994 in Bagbo, Bo District - Killed.
Coker, Yeama (Female) age 60 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Cole, Abdul Rahman (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Cole,Alhaji Tejan (Male) age 24 - 1998 in Nimiyama, Kono - Displaced andproperty looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured and stripped.
Cole, Christian (Male) - Killed.
Cole, Edwin (Male) age 34 - 1992 in Western Area - Displaced. Detained. Tortured.
Cole, Emmanuel (Male) age 9 - 1997 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Displaced. Killed.
Cole, Emmanuel (Male) age 62 - 1997 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
Cole, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Cole, Georgiana (Female) - 1997 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Abducted and detained.
Cole, Jacob (Male) age 24 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Cole, Luseni (Male) age 18 - 1991 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Cole, Moses (Male) - 1994 in Barri, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Cole, Siginie (Male) age 25 - Abducted. Killed.
Cole, Solomon (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property destroyed.
Cole, Tejan (Male) - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Stripped and limb amputated.
Collier, Alieu (Male) age 24 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Collier, Brima (Male) age 45 - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Collier, Christian (Male) age 32 - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Collier, Sellu (Male) age 51 - 1992 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Collings, Eldred (Male) - 1995 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Killed.
Comba, Amara (Male) - 1991 - Stripped. Killed.
Combay, Murray (Male) age 20 - 1996 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Killed.
Combulah, Lansana Brima (Male) - Killed.
Conjoh, Sarah (Female) age 45 - Tortured.
Conteh, Abdoramam (Male) - 2000 - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Conteh, Abdul (Male) - Property destroyed. Tortured.
Conteh, Abdul (Male) - 1998 in Luawa, Kailahun - Property looted and destroyed.
Conteh, Abdul (Male) age 35 - 1999 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Abdul (Male) age 52 - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced. Killed.
Conteh, Abdul Raman (Male) - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced. Killed.
Conteh, Abdulai (Male) - 2000 - Displaced.
Conteh, Abdulai (Male) - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Conteh, Abdulai (Male) - 1996 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted.
Conteh, Abdulai (Male) - 1997 in Samu, Kambia - Killed.
Conteh,Abdulai (Male) age 27 - 2000 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Conteh, Abdulai (Male) age 31 - 1996 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced.
Conteh, Abdulai (Male) age 32 - 1999 in Bureh, Port Loko - Displaced.
Conteh, Abdulai (Male) age 35 - 2000 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Abdulai (Male) age 57 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Abu (Male) age 16 - 1997 in Western Area - Abducted. Killed.
Conteh,Abu (Male) age 27 - 1994 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Detained. Tortured. Killed.
Conteh, Abu (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Conteh, Abu (Male) age 41 - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Abu (Male) age 52 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Conteh, Abu Bakarr (Male) - 1998 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted.
Conteh, Abu Bakarr (Male) - 2000 in Magbema, Kambia - Extorted and property looted.
Conteh, Adama (Female) - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Conteh, Adama (Female) - 1999 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Conteh, Adama (Female) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Adama (Female) - 2000 in Mambolo, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Adama (Female) age 24 - 1999 in Biriwa, Bombali - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Conteh, Adama (Female) age 34 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Adama (Female) age 35 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Conteh, Adama (Female) age 67 - 1999 in Western Area - Detained. Killed.
Conteh, Ahmed (Male) - 1999 in Biriwa, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Conteh, Ahmed (Male) age 30 - 1994 in Tankoro, Kono - Killed.
Conteh, Aiah (Male) - 1999 - Property looted. Abducted.
Conteh, Alfred (Male) - 1997 in Bombali - Displaced and property looted. Abducted.
Conteh, Alfred (Male) age 40 - 1999 in Biriwa, Bombali - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Conteh, Alhaji (Male) - 1997 in Western Area - Extorted.
Conteh, Alhaji (Male) - 1991 in Small Bo, Kenema - Killed.
Conteh, Alhaji (Male) age 21 - 1996 in Small Bo, Kenema - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Conteh, Alhaji B (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Conteh, Alhaji B (Male) - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Conteh, Alhaji Brima (Male) age 65 - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Killed.
Conteh, Alhaji Mohamed (Male) - 1998 - Displaced and property destroyed. Detained. Assaulted.
Conteh, Alhaji Sheku (Male) age 63 - 1996 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Conteh, Alice (Female) - 1995 in Sielenga, Bo District - Killed.
Conteh, Alie (Male) age 13 - 1999 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Alieu (Male) age 16 - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced and extorted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Conteh, Alimamy (Male) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Conteh, Alimamy (Male) - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Conteh, Alimamy (Male) - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Conteh, Alpha (Male) - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Conteh, Alpha (Male) - 1996 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Conteh, Alpha (Male) - 1998 in Tane, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Alpha (Male) - 1998 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Alpha (Male) age 25 - 1998 - Killed.
Conteh, Alusine (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Conteh,Amadu (Male) - 1998 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced and property lootedand destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Conteh, Amadu (Male) - Assaulted.
Conteh, Amadu (Male) - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced. Assaulted.
Conteh, Amadu (Male) age 19 - 1997 - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Conteh, Amadu (Male) age 50 - 1998 in Briama, Kambia - Property destroyed. Killed.
Conteh, Amara (Male) - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Killed.
Conteh, Amidu (Male) - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Conteh, Amie (Female) - 1993 in Niawa, Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Aminata (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted.
Conteh, Amodu (Male) - 1996 - Abducted and detained.
Conteh,Ansumana (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced andproperty looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Conteh, Aruna (Male) age 6 - 1998 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced.
Conteh, Aruna (Male) age 14 - 1996 in Kenema - Killed.
Conteh, Bai (Male) age 56 - 1999 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Conteh, Ballay (Female) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Killed.
Conteh, Bashiru (Male) - 1997 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Killed.
Conteh, Bassie (Male) age 47 - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Conteh, Benna (Male) - 1998 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Property looted. Forced to labour.
Conteh, Bobor (Male) age 39 - 1992 in Nongowa, Kenema - Property destroyed. Abducted. Killed.
Conteh, Bockarie (Male) - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Conteh, Boi (Female) age 35 - 1995 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Conteh, Brima (Male) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Abducted.
Conteh, Brima (Male) - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Killed.
Conteh, Brima (Male) - 1993 - Killed.
Conteh, Brima (Male) - 1993 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Brima (Male) - 1993 in Dama, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Conteh, Brima (Male) age 30 - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Conteh, Brima (Male) age 53 - 1993 in Dama, Kenema - Displaced.
Conteh, Brima (Male) age 57 - 1992 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced and extorted. Detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Conteh, Brima (Male) age 82 - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Property destroyed.
Conteh, C.S. (Male) - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Conteh, Daniel (Male) age 35 - 1999 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Conteh, Dawa (Female) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Killed.
Conteh, Denis (Male) - Forced to labour.
Conteh, Dwadoi (Male) - 1999 - Property looted and destroyed.
Conteh, Edward (Male) age 51 - Displaced. Limb amputated.
Conteh, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 in Marampa, Port Loko - Displaced.
Conteh, Fatmata (Female) - 2000 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Fatmata (Female) age 15 - 1994 - Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Fatmata (Female) age 25 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Conteh, Fatmata (Female) age 28 - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced.
Conteh, Fatmata (Female) age 35 - 1998 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Conteh, Fatu (Female) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Killed.
Conteh, Fatu (Female) - Displaced.
Conteh, Fatu (Female) - Assaulted.
Conteh, Fatu (Female) age 55 - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Conteh, Foday (Male) - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Conteh, Foday (Male) age 10 - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Conteh, Francis (Male) - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Limb amputated.
Conteh, Frank (Male) - 1992 in Kono - Assaulted. Killed.
Conteh, Gbessay (Female) age 70 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Conteh, George (Male) age 25 - 1995 in Komboya, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Conteh, Gladys (Female) age 15 - 1997 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted.
Conteh, Hassan (Male) - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Conteh, Hassan (Male) - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Conteh, Hassan (Male) - 1997 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Killed.
Conteh, Hassan (Male) - 1996 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted.
Conteh, Hassan (Male) age 45 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Conteh, Hawa (Female) - 2000 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Conteh, Hawa (Female) - Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Hawa (Female) - 1992 - Killed.
Conteh, Hawa (Female) age 36 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted.
Conteh, Hawa (Female) age 50 - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Assaulted. Killed.
Conteh, Ibrahim (Male) - 1996 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Conteh, Ibrahim (Male) - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Abducted. Limb amputated.
Conteh, Idrissa (Male) - 1995 in Bagruwa, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Conteh, Idrissa (Male) - Displaced. Assaulted.
Conteh, Idrissa (Male) age 6 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Conteh, Idrissa (Male) age 23 - 1996 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Conteh, Isata (Female) - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Isata (Female) - Displaced.
Conteh, Isatu (Female) - 1997 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted. Abducted.
Conteh, Isatu (Female) - 1996 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted.
Conteh, Isatu (Female) age 17 - 1998 in Western Area - Killed.
Conteh, Isatu (Female) age 27 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Isha (Female) age 24 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced.
Conteh, Ishmael (Male) age 51 - 1993 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced.
Conteh, Issa (Male) - Property destroyed. Abducted.
Conteh, Issa (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Iye (Female) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted.
Conteh, Iye (Female) - Killed.
Conteh, Iye (Female) - 1999 - Displaced.
Conteh, James (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Conteh, James (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Killed.
Conteh, James (Male) age 7 - 1998 in Western Area - Forced to labour.
Conteh, James (Male) age 29 - 1994 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Abducted. Tortured.
Conteh, Jane (Female) - Property destroyed.
Conteh, Jane (Female) - 1995 in Komboya, Bo District - Property destroyed. Killed.
Conteh, Jebbeh (Female) - 1991 - Displaced.
Conteh,Jebbeh (Female) age 38 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced,extorted and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.Assaulted.
Conteh, Jeneba (Female) age 12 - 1997 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Assaulted.
Conteh, Jeneba (Female) age 27 - 2000 in Kambia - Displaced and extorted.
Conteh, Jim (Male) age 29 - 1995 in Komboya, Bo District - Detained. Killed.
Conteh, John (Male) age 25 - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Conteh, Joseph (Male) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced. Killed.
Conteh, Joseph (Male) age 29 - 1994 in Tane, Tonkolili - Forced to labour.
Conteh, Joseph (Male) age 41 - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced.
Conteh, Kabba (Male) - 1999 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Killed.
Conteh, Kabba (Male) age 26 - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Kabbi (Male) - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced. Tortured.
Conteh, Kaday (Female) - 1993 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted. Killed.
Conteh, Kaday (Female) - 1998 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Forced to labour.
Conteh, Kadiatu (Female) age 27 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh,Kadiatu (Female) age 28 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced, extortedand property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Conteh, Kadiatu (Female) age 35 - 1992 - Killed.
Conteh, Kandeh (Male) age 55 - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Conteh, Kanie (Female) - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Conteh, Kapru (Male) age 54 - 1996 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted.
Conteh, Karmoh (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Conteh, Kate (Female) - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Keifa (Male) age 30 - Abducted. Killed.
Conteh, Keikuta (Male) age 35 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Conteh, Kemoh (Male) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Tortured.
Conteh, Kemor Saffa (Male) - 1991 in Pujehun - Abducted.
Conteh, Kewulay (Male) - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb
Conteh, Koto (Male) - 1999 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Lamboi (Male) age 67 - 1999 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Conteh,Lamin (Male) age 38 - 1998 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Lamine (Male) - 1997 - Extorted. Tortured. Killed.
Conteh, Lansana (Male) age 61 - Displaced. Killed.
Conteh, Linda (Female) age 52 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Abducted. Killed.
Conteh, Lucy (Female) - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Extorted.
Conteh, Mabinty (Female) - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Mabinty (Female) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Killed.
Conteh, Mabinty (Female) age 43 - 1996 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Conteh, Makai (Female) age 13 - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Killed.
Conteh, Mako (Male) - 1998 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Abducted. Killed.
Conteh, Mamako (Male) age 39 - 1991 in Yakemo-Kpukumu Krim, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Manah (Male) age 54 - 1991 - Property looted and destroyed.
Conteh, Mankapru (Male) age 31 - 1992 in Kono - Displaced.
Conteh, Manso (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced.
Conteh, Mariama (Female) - 1999 in Tambakka, Bombali - Displaced.
Conteh, Mariama (Female) - 1993 - Property destroyed.
Conteh, Mariama (Female) age 19 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Conteh, Marie (Female) - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Conteh, Marie (Female) - Property destroyed.
Conteh, Marie (Female) - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Conteh, Marie (Female) - 1997 - Displaced.
Conteh, Marie (Female) age 18 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Conteh, Mark Pius (Male) age 47 - 1997 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted.
Conteh, Massah F. (Female) age 65 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Abducted. Killed.
Conteh, Mayiteh (Female) - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Conteh, Mbalu (Female) age 16 - 2000 - Assaulted.
Conteh, Memuna (Female) age 19 - 1991 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Memuna (Female) age 60 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted.
Conteh, Michael (Male) age 55 - 1995 in Komboya, Bo District - Property destroyed. Abducted.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Killed.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) - 2000 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Tortured. Killed.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) - 1999 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) - 1997 - Abducted.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) - Abducted. Tortured.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Property destroyed. Tortured.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) age 8 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) age 16 - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Abducted. Killed.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) age 28 - 1999 in Bo District - Displaced.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) age 35 - 1998 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) age 45 - 1997 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Assaulted and stripped.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) age 48 - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Forced to labour.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) age 49 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
Conteh, Mohamed (Male) age 50 - 1995 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Conteh,Mohamed Foday (Male) age 52 - 1994 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun -Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Conteh, Momodu (Male) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Abducted.
Conteh, Momoh (Male) - 1999 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Conteh, Momoh (Male) - 1994 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Momorie (Male) age 31 - 1999 in Diang, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Conteh, Monday (Female) - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Conteh, More (Male) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Abducted.
Conteh,Morlai (Male) - 1999 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Conteh, Morlai (Male) age 20 - 1995 in Kono - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Conteh, Morlai (Male) age 67 - 2000 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Moses (Male) age 14 - 1999 in Timdel, Moyamba - Forced to labour. Forced to participate in an act of cannibalism.
Conteh, Murray (Male) - 1991 - Killed.
Conteh, Musa (Male) - 1992 in Peje, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted.
Conteh, Musa Ibrahim (Male) age 35 - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted and tortured.
Conteh, Mustapha (Male) - 1993 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Conteh, Mustapha (Male) age 25 - 1999 in Langorama, Kenema - Tortured.
Conteh, Musu (Female) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Musu (Female) age 24 - 1999 - Displaced.
Conteh, Musu (Female) age 47 - Extorted and property looted.
Conteh, Nadeh (Female) age 22 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted. Killed.
Conteh, Nankoh (Male) - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Extorted. Assaulted and tortured.
Conteh, Nbau (Female) - 1994 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Conteh, Nhoi (Male) - Property destroyed.
Conteh, Nmah (Female) - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Conteh, Ojuku (Male) - Killed.
Conteh, Ousman (Male) age 20 - 2000 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Conteh, Ousman (Male) age 25 - 1992 in Gbane, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Conteh, Paul (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Conteh, Paul (Male) age 13 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Conteh,Peter (Male) age 35 - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Conteh, Polthay (Male) - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Conteh, Prince (Male) age 24 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Detained.
Conteh, Ramatu (Female) - 1998 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Extorted and property looted.
Conteh, Ramatu (Female) - 1998 in Tane, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Ramatu (Female) - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced. Assaulted.
Conteh, Regina (Female) age 24 - Property destroyed.
Conteh, Sabina (Female) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Abducted. Assaulted.
Conteh, Sai (Female) age 65 - 1999 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Conteh, Saidu (Male) - Displaced. Killed.
Conteh, Sakumba (Male) age 38 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Salieu (Male) age 13 - 1996 in Kenema - Killed.
Conteh, Sampa (Female) - Killed.
Conteh, Sampa (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Conteh, Samuel (Male) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Killed.
Conteh, Samuel (Male) - 1999 - Property destroyed. Killed.
Conteh, Samuel (Male) age 31 - 1995 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Conteh, Sandaems (Male) - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Conteh, Sandayama (Male) - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Sandima (Male) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Santigie (Male) - 1998 in Port Loko - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Conteh, Santigie (Male) - 1999 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Assaulted. Killed.
Conteh, Santigie (Male) - Killed.
Conteh, Santigie (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Conteh,Santigie (Male) age 19 - 1999 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Extortedand property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Conteh, Santigie (Male) age 27 - 1996 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Conteh, Sao (Female) - 1993 in Niawa, Kenema - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Sarah (Female) - 1998 in Bombali - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Conteh, Sarah (Female) age 45 - Displaced.
Conteh,Sarah (Female) age 60 - 1998 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu -Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.Assaulted.
Conteh, Sarjoh (Male) - Killed.
Conteh, Sarjoh (Male) age 26 - 1999 in Marampa, Port Loko - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Conteh, Sarrah (Female) age 42 - 1998 - Property looted.
Conteh, Sasa (Female) - 1998 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Property looted. Forced to labour.
Conteh, Senesie (Male) - 1997 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted. Abducted.
Conteh, Senesie (Male) age 74 - 2000 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Seray (Female) - 1998 in Tane, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Sheika (Male) age 32 - 1997 - Extorted and property looted. Forced to labour. Limb amputated.
Conteh, Sheku (Male) - 1993 in Koya, Port Loko - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Sheku (Male) - 1999 in Diang, Koinadugu - Extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Conteh, Sheku (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Conteh, Sheku (Male) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Sheku (Male) - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Conteh, Siaka (Male) age 73 - 1993 - Killed.
Conteh, Sidique (Male) - Assaulted.
Conteh, Sidique (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Conteh, Sidique (Male) age 18 - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Conteh, Solomon (Male) age 33 - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted and tortured.
Conteh, Somgbo (Male) age 58 - 1998 - Abducted. Tortured and limb amputated.
Conteh, Soner (Male) age 25 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Abducted.
Conteh, Sorie (Male) - 1999 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Conteh, Sorie (Male) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Conteh, Sorie (Male) - 1999 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced. Detained. Killed.
Conteh, Sorie (Male) - 1998 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Conteh, Sorie (Male) age 29 - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Conteh, Sorie (Male) age 35 - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Assaulted. Killed.
Conteh, Sorie (Male) age 43 - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Sorie (Male) age 45 - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced. Tortured and limb amputated.
Conteh, Sorie (Male) age 49 - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Conteh, Sulaiman (Male) - 1996 - Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Sulaiman (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Conteh, Sullay (Male) - 1998 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Conteh, Sullay (Female) - 1996 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted.
Conteh, Sylvester (Male) age 45 - 1992 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Conteh, Tamba (Male) - Displaced and property destroyed.
Conteh, Tenneh (Female) age 27 - 1994 in Wandor, Kenema - Property looted.
Conteh, Tenneh (Female) age 28 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Conteh, Titi (Female) - Displaced. Killed.
Conteh, Umaru (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Conteh, Umaru (Male) age 61 - Displaced and extorted.
Conteh, Vandi (Male) - 1991 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Property looted.
Conteh, Wandeh (Male) age 10 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Conteh, Wilson (Male) - 1994 in Konike Barina, Tonkolili - Assaulted. Killed.
Conteh, Yabu (Female) - 1997 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Killed.
Conteh, Yabundu (Male) - 1999 in Biriwa, Bombali - Displaced. Tortured.
Conteh, Yaka (Male) - 1999 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Yannoh (Female) - 1999 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Yaother (Female) - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Yayah (Male) age 30 - 1999 in Biriwa, Bombali - Property looted. Abducted. Stripped.
Conteh, Yeabu (Female) age 30 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Conteh, Yeanken (Female) - 1999 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced and property looted.
Conteh, Yeanoh (Female) age 56 - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Conteh, Yeanor (Female) age 41 - 1998 in Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Yoyonthor (Female) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Killed.
Conteh, Zainab (Female) age 20 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Cookson, Alfred (Male) - Displaced. Killed.
Cookson, Michael (Male) - Displaced. Killed.
Coomber, Alhaji Mustapha (Male) - 1995 in Western Area - Killed.
Coomber, Aruna (Male) age 53 - 1991 - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Coomber, Hawa (Female) age 31 - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced.
Coomber, Lansana (Male) age 41 - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Coomber, Lukiatu (Female) age 13 - 1992 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Coomber, Morie (Male) - 1995 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Detained. Killed.
Coomber, Mustapha (Male) - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Coomber, Musu (Female) age 55 - 1993 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Coomber, Patrick (Male) age 43 - 1996 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Coomber, Sheku (Male) age 35 - Property destroyed. Detained.
Coomber, Sounah (Female) age 44 - 1997 in Mandu, Kailahun - Assaulted and tortured.
Cooper,Aruna (Male) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Cooper, Momoh (Male) - Killed.
Copper, Agnes (Female) - 1994 - Property looted and destroyed.
Corpu, Jaia (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Crown, Hassan (Male) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Abducted and detained.
Daa, Nanah (Female) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Tortured. Killed.
Dabani, Slepher age 39 - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Dabeni, Baindu (Female) age 21 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Dabeni, Joe (Male) age 10 - 1991 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Dabeni, Kpano (Male) age 13 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced. Assaulted.
Dabenni, Malikie (Male) age 58 - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Daberrie, Tiangay (Female) age 30 - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Dabo, Fatimah (Female) - 1999 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Killed.
Dabo, Murrie (Male) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Abducted.
Dabo, Numa (Female) - 1997 - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured.
Daboh,Alhassan (Male) - 1998 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced andproperty looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Daboh, Bockarie (Male) age 41 - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Daboh, Femusu (Female) age 37 - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Daboh, Foday (Male) - 1999 - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Daboh, Franklin (Male) age 33 - 1995 in Kowa, Moyamba - Property destroyed. Abducted.
Daboh, Hawa (Female) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Killed.
Daboh, Isata (Female) age 64 - 1998 in Koinadugu - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Daboh, Jenneh (Female) - 1991 in Kenema - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Daboh, John (Male) - 1995 in Kowa, Moyamba - Abducted. Assaulted.
Daboh,Kanfata (Male) age 45 - 1998 in Neini, Koinadugu - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Daboh, Kelfa (Male) age 29 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Daboh, Lamina (Male) - 1994 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Daboh, Mohamed (Male) age 33 - 1998 in Western Area - Property looted.
Daboh, Saio (Female) - Displaced and property looted.
Daboh, Sorie (Male) - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Stripped and limb amputated.
Dabontah, Marrah (Male) age 46 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Dabor, Alhaji (Male) - 1994 in Wunde, Bo District - Killed.
Dabor, Alusine (Male) - Assaulted.
Dabor, Fatmata (Female) age 15 - 1998 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Extorted. Abducted and detained.
Dabor, Finah (Female) age 18 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Limb amputated.
Dabor, Kumba (Female) age 25 - 1998 in Neini, Koinadugu - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Dabor, Leba (Male) age 60 - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted.
Dabor, Sarah (Female) age 9 - 1999 in Diang, Koinadugu - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Dabor, Silatie (Male) age 9 - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Dabor, Sinkarie (Female) age 40 - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Dabor, Yama (Female) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Killed.
Dabor, Yayah (Male) age 19 - 1998 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Dafie, Tommy (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Property destroyed.
Daiwodeh, Finda (Female) age 30 - 2000 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated. Killed.
Daiwodeh, Sia (Female) age 1 - 2000 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Dakbawa, Ansumana (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced.
Dakoi,Brima (Male) age 43 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Dakoi, Kenie (Male) - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Killed.
Dakoi, Lahai (Male) - 1992 in Barri, Pujehun - Detained.
Dakowa, Gbendeh (Male) age 38 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Assaulted.
Dakowa, Hassan (Male) age 32 - 1993 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Dakowa, Jeneba (Female) - Property looted.
Dakowa, John (Male) age 12 - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Detained.
Dakowa, John (Male) age 46 - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted. Killed.
Dale, Alfred (Male) age 48 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Dale, Alie (Male) - 1998 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Damawah, Jayah (Male) - 1991 in Langorama, Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Damba, Francis (Male) age 61 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Damba, Lansana (Male) - Killed.
Damba, Musa (Male) - Displaced. Killed.
Damba, Paul (Male) - Displaced. Tortured and stripped. Killed.
Damba, Saao (Female) - Killed.
Danda, Wuya (Female) - 1997 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Property looted.
Daniel, Fassah (Male) age 9 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Dankay,Serry (Male) age 54 - 1998 in Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained.Assaulted, tortured, stripped and limb amputated.
Dankeh, Sheray (Female) - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Danmya, Sahr (Male) - 2000 in Kamara, Kono - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Daramy, Alpha (Male) - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Daramy, Aminata (Female) age 35 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Daramy, Fatou (Female) age 60 - 1996 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed. Limb amputated.
Daramy, Gibrilla (Male) age 35 - 1992 in Kono - Displaced.
Daramy, Ismile (Male) age 38 - 1996 - Abducted and detained. Tortured and limb amputated.
Daru, Brima (Male) - 1993 in Jawie, Kailahun - Killed.
Dasahr, Komba (Male) age 36 - 1999 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Tortured and stripped.
Dassama, Vandy (Male) - 1997 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Assaulted. Killed.
Dauda, Agnes (Female) - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Dauda, Alpha (Male) age 11 - Displaced.
Dauda,Amie (Female) - 1997 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Property looted anddestroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Dauda, Ansumana (Male) age 38 - 1995 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Assaulted.
Dauda, Baimba (Male) age 63 - 1996 - Displaced. Abducted. Killed.
Dauda, Bockarie (Male) age 44 - 1996 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Dauda, Foday (Male) age 27 - 1998 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced.
Dauda, Ibrahim (Male) age 65 - 1994 in Nimikoro, Kono - Property destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Dauda, John (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Dauda, Juliana (Female) age 26 - 1994 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted.
Dauda, Junisa (Male) age 60 - Displaced.
Dauda, Keineh (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Dauda,Madio (Male) - 1996 in Bagbe, Bo District - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Dauda, Mafoe (Female) - 1994 in Sielenga, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Dauda, Robert (Male) - 1997 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Property looted. Killed.
Dauda, Sahr (Male) - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Dauda, Sallu (Male) age 78 - 1997 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Killed.
Dauda, Sia (Female) - 1996 in Gbane, Kono - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Dauda,Swaray (Male) age 23 - 1991 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced, extortedand property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
David, Jusu (Male) - 1995 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Killed.
David, Lahai (Male) - 1991 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Killed.
Davies, Alfred (Male) - 1991 in Langorama, Kenema - Killed.
Davies, Christian (Male) - Property destroyed. Detained. Assaulted.
Davies, Francis (Male) age 6 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Davies, Karri - 1995 in Bonthe - Killed.
Davies, Olive (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Tortured.
Davies, Regina (Female) age 34 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Davies, Samuel (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted.
Davies, Victoria (Female) age 32 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted. Abducted.
Davowa, Amara Fomba (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Davowa, Brima Amara (Male) age 55 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Davowa, Mou (Male) age 46 - 1993 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Daw, Tommy (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed.
Dawa, Lansana (Male) age 21 - 1993 - Displaced. Detained.
Dawu, Abdul Raman (Male) age 25 - 1998 - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Dayatu, Maama (Female) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced. Killed.
Dedewai, Lansana (Male) - Abducted. Killed.
Deen,Marie (Female) age 52 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Deen, Sheku (Male) - 1996 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Assaulted and tortured.
Deen-Kanu, Marie (Female) - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Defie, Yatta (Female) - 1994 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced.
Deinkeh, Muctarr (Male) - 1995 in Dibia, Port Loko - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Deinor, Ben (Male) - 2000 - Killed.
Demby, Joseph (Male) - 1996 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Killed.
Demby, Kadie (Female) age 23 - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Demby, Karimu (Male) - 1997 - Assaulted.
Demby, Yatta (Female) age 45 - 1994 in Tunkia, Kenema - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Demby, Yatta (Female) age 59 - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced.
Demoh, Luseni (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Killed.
Deoud, Joseph (Male) age 50 - 1997 - Property looted. Detained. Assaulted.
Dick, Gibriel (Male) - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Tortured.
Dixon, Julius (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Dixon, Mary (Female) age 41 - 1997 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed.
Dixon, Torboh (Male) age 33 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Dobbeuy, Gbassay (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Dobor, Kallie (Male) age 58 - 1999 in Dia, Kailahun - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Dodo, Momoh (Male) - 1993 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Dodor, Karim (Male) age 16 - 1998 - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Dole, Sarah (Female) - Killed.
Dolleh, Ansumana (Male) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Abducted.
Dorkoh, Brima (Male) - Killed.
Dormoi, Lahai (Male) - 1991 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Dowie, Morray (Male) - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Dresser, Aiah (Male) - 1998 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Displaced. Abducted. Killed.
Dressy, Lahai (Male) age 56 - 1991 - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Dugba, Abigail (Female) age 18 - Displaced.
Dugba, Aiah (Male) - 1998 in Soa, Kono - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Dugba, Gilo (Female) age 27 - 1992 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Dugba, Jeneh (Female) age 13 - 1997 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Abducted. Assaulted.
Dugba, Kula (Female) age 60 - 1993 in Sielenga, Bo District - Property destroyed. Detained. Assaulted.
Dugba, Samuel (Male) - Property destroyed.
Dukra, Amara (Male) - Killed.
Dukulay, Ahmadu Fuad Ansumana (Male) age 54 - 1996 in Gaura, Kenema - Displaced.
Dukulay, Kemoh (Male) age 19 - 1991 in Tunkia, Kenema - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Dukulay, Momodu (Male) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Dukulay, Morie (Male) age 22 - 1995 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Dukulay, Sumaika Bamasie (Male) age 16 - 1991 in Lei, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Dulli, Hannah (Female) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Dulli, Morie (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Dumbuya, A.M. (Male) - 2000 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Displaced. Detained.
Dumbuya, Ahmed (Male) age 36 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Dumbuya, Alpha Momoh (Male) - 1999 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Assaulted. Killed.
Dumbuya, Assanatu (Female) age 19 - 1995 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced.
Dumbuya, Ballie (Male) - 2000 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Dumbuya, Brima (Male) - 1999 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Tortured.
Dumbuya, Fatmata (Female) age 44 - Killed.
Dumbuya, Foday (Male) - 1999 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced. Killed.
Dumbuya, Francis (Male) age 33 - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced.
Dumbuya, Gibrilla (Male) age 28 - 1997 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Abducted.
Dumbuya, Kappru (Male) - Assaulted.
Dumbuya, Komrabai (Male) age 53 - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Dumbuya, Lamin (Male) age 23 - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced and property looted.
Dumbuya, Mabinty (Female) age 21 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Detained.
Dumbuya, Mafere (Female) age 50 - 1995 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Dumbuya, Matiatu (Female) - 2000 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Abducted. Killed.
Dumbuya, Mbalu (Female) age 49 - 1992 - Displaced and property looted.
Dumbuya, Mohamed (Male) age 20 - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Abducted. Killed.
Dumbuya, Mohamed (Male) age 30 - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Dumbuya, Mohamed (Male) age 30 - 1998 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted, tortured and limb amputated.
Dumbuya, Ousman (Male) age 32 - 1996 in Kambia - Property looted and destroyed.
Dumbuya, Saidu (Male) - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Dumbuya, Sama (Male) age 44 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Dumbuya, Sanku (Male) age 22 - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Killed.
Dumbuya, Sheka (Male) age 46 - 1998 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property looted.
Duwadu, Komba (Male) - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Duwah, Mohamed (Male) age 63 - 1993 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Duwai, Theresa (Female) - 1998 in Sowa, Pujehun - Abducted.
Dyfan, Sowa (Male) - 1996 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Killed.
Ebb, Solomon (Male) - Property looted.
Eddie, Ensa (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced.
Edmond, Priscilla (Female) age 71 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Edwards, Franklin Tibome (Male) age 27 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Killed.
Egula, Robert (Male) - 1995 in Malegohun, Kenema - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Eku, Edmond (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Ellie, Abdulai (Male) age 21 - 1993 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Ellie, Alpha (Male) age 46 - 1993 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Ellie, Ann (Female) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Displaced.
Ellie, Hotta (Male) - 1997 in Sittia, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Ellie, James (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Ellie, John (Male) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Killed.
Ellie, John Hotaga (Male) - 1995 in Komboya, Bo District - Displaced.
Ellie, Saffi (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Killed.
Ellie, Sahr (Male) - 1999 in Sandor, Kono - Killed.
Ellie, Sowa (Male) age 40 - Displaced and property looted.
Ellie, Vandi (Male) - Forced to labour.
Ensa, Murana (Male) age 33 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Ensa, Vandy (Male) - 1991 - Extorted and property destroyed.
Ensah, Ansu (Male) - 1995 - Property looted.
Ensah, Fattu (Female) - 1994 - Displaced. Abducted. Killed.
Ensah, James (Male) age 43 - 1995 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Ensah, Joe (Male) - 1994 - Displaced. Abducted.
Ernest, Fatmata Mabodo (Female) - 1995 in Yawbeko, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted.
Ernest, Joe (Male) - 1996 in Kori, Moyamba - Displaced.
Ernest, Middie (Female) - 1995 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
Fabba, Keine (Male) - Extorted.
Fadika, Alieu (Male) - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Fagara, Gardiru (Male) age 64 - 2000 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced.
Fahnbulleh, Hamed (Male) age 45 - Extorted. Detained. Assaulted.
Fahnbulleh, Ousman (Male) - 1994 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Fahnbulleh, Taleh - 1994 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Fahnbulleh, Umaru (Male) - 1994 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Fallah, Mohamed (Male) - 1996 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Stripped and limb amputated.
Fallah, Musa (Male) - 1991 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Killed.
Fallay, Brima (Male) age 37 - 1992 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Fallay, James (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Killed.
Fallay, Moiguan (Male) - 1991 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Fallay, Mustapha (Male) age 60 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Fallon, Kamor (Female) age 54 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Fallon, Mohamed (Male) age 60 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Fallow, Alhaji Alieu (Male) age 51 - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Property looted. Assaulted.
Fambuleh, Momodu (Male) age 40 - Displaced and property looted.
Fambuleh, Musa (Male) - 1992 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Fambuleh, Taweh (Male) - 1992 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Fambuleh, Umaru (Male) - 1992 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Fandah, Sia (Female) - 2000 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted.
Fandawayai, Joe (Male) - 1995 in Bonthe - Killed.
Fanday, Francis Foday (Male) age 45 - 1997 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Forced to labour. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Fandewai, Abu (Male) - 1995 in Bonthe - Displaced.
Fandewai, Agnes (Female) age 38 - 1995 in Sogbini, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
Fandewai, Brima (Male) - 1995 in Bonthe - Property looted and destroyed.
Fandewai, Margaret (Female) - 1995 in Bonthe - Killed.
Fandewai, Mohamed (Male) - 1995 - Killed.
Fandewai, Mohamed (Male) - 1996 in Sogbini, Bonthe - Displaced.
Fandewai, Muyatu (Female) - 1995 in Bonthe - Killed.
Fandewai, Nancy (Female) - 1995 in Bonthe - Killed.
Fandewai, Regina (Female) - 1999 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Detained.
Farma, Ansu (Male) age 22 - 1997 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Farma, Fatu (Female) - 1995 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Abducted.
Farma, Lansana (Male) - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Farma, Samuel Suma (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed.
FarmaMahalor, E.C. (Male) - 1991 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Farmer, Julius (Male) age 39 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Farmer, Mohamed (Male) age 30 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced. Assaulted.
Farrow, Alhaji (Male) age 53 - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted.
Farrrawah, Bockarie (Male) age 44 - 1991 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Forced to labour.
Fasai, Tommy (Male) age 33 - 2000 in Makpele, Pujehun - Stripped.
Fasukulu, Sullay (Male) age 80 - 1999 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Assaulted.
Fasuluku, Joseph (Male) age 46 - 1996 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Fatoma, Abdulai (Male) age 53 - 1997 in Wandor, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Fatoma, Alhaji Sumaila (Male) - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Stripped.
Fatoma, Allieu (Male) age 32 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Fatoma, Ansumana (Male) age 44 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Fatoma, Brima (Male) age 20 - 1995 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Fatoma,Bundeh (Male) age 75 - 1992 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fatoma, Jaiah (Male) - 1992 in Wunde, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Tortured and stripped.
Fatoma, Komba (Male) - Killed.
Fatoma, Marian (Female) - 1994 - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Fatoma, Mohamed (Male) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fatoma, Patrick (Male) - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Fatoma, Sulaiman (Male) - 1991 in Lugbu, Bo District - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Fatoma, Tiangay (Female) - 1997 in Wandor, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Fatta, Alhaji Abdul (Male) age 34 - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Fawundu, David Abu (Male) age 24 - 1991 - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Fawundu, Koi (Male) age 20 - Assaulted. Killed.
Fayah, Morrison (Male) - 1994 - Property looted and destroyed.
Fayia, Bockarie (Male) - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Fea, Mondeh (Female) - Property looted. Abducted and detained.
Fea, Tamba (Male) - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Feika, Bockarie (Male) - 1996 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced. Killed.
Feika, Bockarie (Male) age 25 - 1997 in Dama, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Feika, Braima (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Feika, Brima (Male) age 42 - 1994 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Tortured.
Feika, Gassimu (Male) age 63 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property destroyed. Killed.
Feika, Hawa (Female) - Displaced.
Feika, James (Male) - 1996 - Killed.
Feika, Juliet (Female) - 1996 - Killed.
Feika, Lamin (Male) age 60 - Displaced.
Feika, Massa (Female) - 1992 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Feika, Mohamed (Male) age 36 - 1991 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Feika, Mohamed (Male) age 39 - 1996 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Feika, Momoh (Male) age 63 - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced and property looted. Abducted.
Feika, Momoh (Male) age 73 - 1993 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Feika, Musu (Female) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Feika, Swiaman (Male) age 60 - 1994 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Feika, Umu (Female) age 66 - 1995 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Displaced.
Feika, Vandi (Male) - Displaced.
Feingui, Tamba (Male) - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Abducted. Tortured.
Fellie, Kenneth (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Femba, Tei (Female) age 69 - 1992 in Soa, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Fengai, Aiah (Male) age 21 - 1998 in Fiama, Kono - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Ferba, Bondu (Female) age 58 - 2000 - Killed.
Fessan, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Property destroyed.
Filkinger, Monda (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Fillah, Mohamed (Male) age 28 - 1991 - Abducted and detained.
Fillie, Aiah (Male) age 23 - 1997 in Gbane, Kono - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Fillie, Francis (Male) - 1995 - Forced to labour. Killed.
Fillie, Isata (Female) age 39 - 1997 in Gbane, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Fillie, James (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Fillie, Komba (Male) age 14 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fillie, Santigie (Male) - Displaced.
Finah, Mango (Male) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Abducted.
Finnoh, Joseph B. (Male) - 1995 in Kowa, Moyamba - Displaced. Assaulted.
Finnoh, Tamba (Male) age 39 - 1998 in Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Finnoh I, Alhaji Kandeh (Male) - 1998 - Displaced.
Finoh, Aminata (Female) age 20 - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Finoh, Dunor (Female) - Abducted and detained.
Fisal, Mohamed (Male) - 2000 in Magbema, Kambia - Forced to labour.
Fllie, Sahr (Male) age 28 - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fobbie, Joseph M.O. (Male) age 69 - 1997 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Property looted.
Focke, Fayia (Male) age 29 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Fodanah, Serray (Male) age 52 - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Displaced.
Foday, Alice (Female) age 23 - 1999 in Kakua, Bo District - Property looted.
Foday, Alpha (Male) age 38 - 1991 in Kono - Displaced.
Foday, Amie (Female) - 1992 in Kakua, Bo District - Abducted. Killed.
Foday, Aminata (Female) age 6 - 1995 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Foday, Aruna (Male) age 35 - 1996 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Foday, Augustine (Male) age 1 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Foday, Baima (Male) age 44 - 1994 in Luawa, Kailahun - Extorted.
Foday, Baindu (Female) age 19 - Assaulted.
Foday, Bockarie (Male) age 16 - 1992 in Kakua, Bo District - Forced to labour.
Foday, Bockarie (Male) age 44 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Foday, Bockarie (Male) age 45 - 1997 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Foday, Brima (Male) age 45 - 1995 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced.
Foday, Brima (Male) age 50 - 1998 - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Foday, Charles (Male) age 42 - 1995 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Foday, Ensa (Male) - Killed.
Foday, Ensa (Male) age 32 - 1992 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced.
Foday, Ernest (Male) - 1995 in Sogbini, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Foday, Fatmata (Female) - 1994 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted and detained.
Foday, Finda (Female) age 33 - 1999 in Western Area - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Foday, George (Male) age 50 - Property destroyed. Tortured.
Foday, Hawa (Female) - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Foday, Hawa (Female) age 28 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Foday, Iye (Female) age 40 - 1998 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Foday, Jebbeh (Female) - Killed.
Foday, Jeneba (Female) age 30 - 1995 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Foday, Joe (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Foday, Joseph (Male) age 25 - 1992 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Foday, Juannah (Male) age 18 - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Abducted. Killed.
Foday, Jusufu (Male) - 1995 in Komboya, Bo District - Assaulted. Killed.
Foday,Kemoh (Male) age 23 - 1994 in Small Bo, Kenema - Displaced and propertylooted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and stripped.
Foday, Kennie (Male) - 1991 in Simbaru, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Foday, Kor (Male) age 29 - 1995 - Extorted. Abducted. Tortured and stripped.
Foday, Kumba (Female) - 1998 in Fiama, Kono - Displaced.
Foday,Lahai (Male) - 1995 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced and property looted anddestroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Foday, M.K. - 1997 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Foday, Majoe (Female) - 1995 in Baoma, Bo District - Killed.
Foday, Maltta (Female) - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Foday, Mariama (Female) - 1992 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Property looted. Killed.
Foday, Mariama (Female) age 31 - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Foday, Mariama (Female) age 37 - 1995 in Sogbini, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Foday, Matha (Female) - 1999 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Foday, Mattu (Female) age 4 - 1995 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Foday, Miatta (Female) age 45 - Displaced.
Foday, Mohamed (Male) - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Foday, Mohamed (Male) age 20 - 1997 in Kono - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Foday, Moinah (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Assaulted.
Foday, Moinya (Male) age 48 - 1994 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Killed.
Foday, Momoh (Male) age 61 - 1996 in Barri, Pujehun - Extorted. Detained. Tortured.
Foday, Ngadah (Male) age 52 - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Foday, Saffa James (Male) age 42 - 1994 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Foday, Sam (Male) - Killed.
Foday, Sankoh (Male) - Displaced and property looted.
Foday, Sheku (Male) - 1998 in Masungbala, Kambia - Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Foday, Sheku (Male) - 1997 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted. Killed.
Foday, Tenneh (Female) - 1996 in Small Bo, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Foday, Yei (Female) age 35 - 1998 in Samu, Kambia - Abducted. Assaulted.
Foday Jr, Sam (Male) age 5 - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Foday Maah Gbondo, Shurger (Male) age 60 - Displaced.
Foday Musa, Prince (Male) age 27 - 1995 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Fodaymah, Marjoe (Male) - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Foddie, Jeneba Jadae (Female) age 64 - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Fode, Momoh (Male) age 59 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Fodie, Mathia (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced.
Fodie, Watta (Female) age 71 - 1991 - Abducted.
Fofana, Abu Bakarr (Male) - Killed.
Fofana, Alhaji (Male) age 35 - 1998 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Fofana, Alhaji Tejan (Male) - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed.
Fofana, Alikalie (Male) age 43 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fofana, Fatmata (Female) age 20 - 1997 in Western Area - Displaced.
Fofana, Foday (Male) - 1998 in Kissi Teng, Kailahun - Property destroyed. Killed.
Fofana, Harding (Male) - 1994 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Detained. Killed.
Fofana, Ibrahim (Male) age 17 - 2000 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Assaulted.
Fofana, Ibrahim (Male) age 46 - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Property looted. Abducted. Tortured.
Fofana, Karmoh (Male) - 1996 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Killed.
Fofana, Lahai (Male) - 1993 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Assaulted.
Fofana, Lausana (Male) age 62 - 1992 - Displaced.
Fofana, Mohamed (Male) - Property destroyed.
Fofana, Mohamed (Male) age 23 - 1995 in Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Fofana,Mohamed (Male) age 50 - 1993 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Displaced,extorted and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.Assaulted.
Fofana, Morlai (Male) age 60 - 1997 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Fofana, Mustapha (Male) - 1998 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fofana, Saidu (Male) age 47 - Displaced.
Fofana, Samuel (Male) age 49 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Fofana, Umaru (Male) - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Extorted.
Fofanah, Abass (Male) age 15 - 1997 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained.
Fofanah, Abdulai (Male) age 40 - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Fofanah, Abdullai (Male) - 1994 in Neini, Koinadugu - Killed.
Fofanah, Abdulson Samuel (Male) age 51 - 1999 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Fofanah, Abibatu (Female) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Fofanah, Abu Bakarr (Male) - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Forced to labour.
Fofanah, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 10 - 1997 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Fofanah,Abu Bakarr (Male) age 34 - 1998 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Fofanah, Abukala (Male) age 29 - Displaced.
Fofanah, Ahmed (Male) age 47 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Tortured.
Fofanah, Alhaji (Male) age 6 - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Killed.
Fofanah, Alhaji Ibrahim (Male) - 1995 in Benducha, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Fofanah, Alhaji Tejan (Male) - 1995 in Dodo, Kenema - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
Fofanah, Alhassan (Male) age 37 - 2000 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Fofanah, Alie (Male) age 54 - 1994 in Kono - Abducted and detained.
Fofanah,Alieu (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced, extortedand property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fofanah, Alusine (Male) - 1997 in Samu, Kambia - Extorted. Forced to labour.
Fofanah, Amidu (Male) age 15 - 1999 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Fofanah, Aminata (Female) - 1995 - Killed.
Fofanah, Aminata (Female) age 39 - 1999 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Fofanah, Aminata (Female) age 65 - 1999 - Displaced.
Fofanah, Brima (Male) - 1995 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Fofanah, Demaba (Male) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Fofanah, Fatmata (Female) - 1995 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Displaced.
Fofanah, Fatmata (Female) - Displaced and property looted. Abducted.
Fofanah, Fattu (Female) - 1991 - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Fofanah, Finda (Female) age 15 - 1998 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Killed.
Fofanah, Foday (Male) - 1997 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted. Killed.
Fofanah, Foday (Male) - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Fofanah, Foday (Male) age 31 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Fofanah, Hassan (Male) - 1993 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Killed.
Fofanah, Hawa (Female) - 1991 - Displaced.
Fofanah, Ibrahim (Male) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fofanah, Ibrahim (Male) - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fofanah,Ibrahim (Male) age 48 - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Displaced and propertylooted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Fofanah, Isata (Female) age 36 - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Fofanah, Isatu (Female) age 30 - 1998 in Western Area - Forced to labour.
Fofanah, Jeneba (Female) age 10 - 1998 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Killed.
Fofanah, John (Male) - 1997 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Killed.
Fofanah, Kaday (Female) age 25 - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Killed.
Fofanah, Kadiatu (Female) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Fofanah, Kadiatu (Female) age 38 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Detained. Limb amputated.
Fofanah, Karim (Male) - 1999 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Killed.
Fofanah, Katumu (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Property looted.
Fofanah, Keifala (Male) age 41 - Displaced and property looted.
Fofanah, Lamin (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced.
Fofanah, Lansana (Male) - 1998 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Fofanah, Mabinty (Female) age 57 - 1995 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Property looted.
Fofanah, Maseray (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced.
Fofanah, Mohamed (Male) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Forced to labour. Killed.
Fofanah, Mohamed (Male) - 1998 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Fofanah, Mohamed (Male) - 1992 - Displaced. Killed.
Fofanah, Mohamed (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Fofanah, Mohamed (Male) - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Forced to labour.
Fofanah, Mohamed (Male) age 11 - Assaulted.
Fofanah, Mohamed (Male) age 15 - 1998 in Mambolo, Kambia - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fofanah, Mohamed (Male) age 35 - 1997 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Forced to labour.
Fofanah, Mohamed (Male) age 39 - 1998 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Assaulted and tortured.
Fofanah,Mohamed Moseray (Male) age 53 - 1995 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Fofanah, Momodu (Male) - 1995 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Killed.
Fofanah, Momoh (Male) age 32 - 1992 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Tortured and stripped.
Fofanah,Mulkou Sulaiman Anthony (Male) age 36 - 1995 in Koya, Port Loko -Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Fofanah, Mustapha (Male) - Abducted and detained. Tortured and stripped.
Fofanah, Mustapha (Male) - Displaced.
Fofanah, Numkeh (Male) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Fofanah, Saffa (Male) - 1992 - Extorted.
Fofanah, Saidu (Male) age 58 - 1999 - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Fofanah, Saidu (Male) age 60 - 1995 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Fofanah, Salieu (Male) age 27 - 1998 in Imperi, Bonthe - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fofanah, Sarah (Female) age 40 - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Property looted. Abducted and detained.
Fofanah, Sento (Female) age 15 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Fofanah, Sheku (Male) - 1993 in Sielenga, Bo District - Killed.
Fofanah, Sheriff (Male) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Fofanah, Sunkarie (Male) - Property looted.
Fofanah, Thomas (Male) age 38 - 1998 in Nimiyama, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Fofanah, Umu (Female) - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Forced to labour.
Fomba, Aiah (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Fomba, Bockarie - 1992 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fomba, Bockarie (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Fomba, Kenie (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Fomba, Kosia (Male) - 1995 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Fomba, Kumba (Female) age 17 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced.
Fomba, Luna (Female) - 1995 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Fomba, Mannah (Male) age 38 - 1993 in Lugbu, Bo District - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Detained. Assaulted.
Fomba, Mustapha K (Male) age 58 - 1997 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Fomba, Paul (Male) age 39 - Property destroyed.
Fomba, Sahr (Male) - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Forced to labour.
Fomba, Sia (Female) age 18 - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Abducted.
Fomba,Yatta (Female) age 19 - 1991 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fomolu, Joseph (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Assaulted.
Fomulu, Kenie (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Tortured. Killed.
Fonnie, Martha (Female) age 20 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Fonuwah, Amara (Male) age 80 - 1994 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Foray, Bondo (Female) age 30 - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed.
Foray, Francess (Female) age 32 - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Foray, Joseph (Male) - 1991 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Foray, Komeh (Female) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Foray, Mambu (Male) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Foray, Mohamed Koroma (Male) age 18 - 1994 - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Foray, Paul (Male) - 1991 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Foray, Sarah (Female) age 29 - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Foray, Sullay (Male) age 71 - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Forbie, Kanja (Male) - 1997 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Abducted. Assaulted.
Forbie, Lamina (Male) age 46 - 1994 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Property looted.
Forbie, Samuel (Male) age 68 - 1999 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Fornah, Abdulai (Male) - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Tortured. Killed.
Fornah, Abdulai (Male) - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fornah, Abdulai (Male) - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Killed.
Fornah, Abu (Male) age 11 - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Fornah, Abu (Male) age 44 - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Fornah, Adama (Female) age 23 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Fornah, Alie (Male) age 22 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Tortured.
Fornah, Alimamy (Male) age 65 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Fornah, Alpha (Male) - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Killed.
Fornah, Amadu (Male) age 48 - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Property destroyed.
Fornah, Amie (Female) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Forced to labour.
Fornah, Borbor (Male) age 25 - 1999 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Fornah, Brima (Male) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Fornah, Brima (Male) - 1994 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced. Killed.
Fornah, Brima (Male) - 1995 in Western Area - Killed.
Fornah, Demba (Male) - 1998 in Yawbeko, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Fornah, Fatmata (Female) - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Killed.
Fornah, Fatu (Female) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Fornah, Foday (Male) - 1994 - Killed.
Fornah, Gibril (Male) age 26 - 1997 - Abducted and detained.
Fornah, Hassana (Male) - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Killed.
Fornah, Hassana B. (Male) age 43 - 1994 - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Fornah, Hawa (Female) age 53 - 1997 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Displaced.
Fornah, Hawanatu (Female) age 12 - 1999 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced.
Fornah, Ibrahim (Male) - 1999 - Displaced. Killed.
Fornah, Ibrahim (Male) age 57 - 1994 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Fornah, Idrissa (Male) age 58 - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Fornah, Isatu (Female) age 12 - Abducted and detained.
Fornah, John (Male) age 28 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Fornah, Kadiatu (Female) - 1998 - Tortured.
Fornah, Mabinty (Female) - 1998 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Fornah, Maurice (Male) age 11 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Fornah, Maxwell (Male) age 30 - 1999 in Magbema, Kambia - Assaulted.
Fornah, Mbalu (Female) - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Fornah, Memuna (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Fornah, Mohamed (Male) age 14 - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fornah, Mohamed (Male) age 16 - 1999 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Abducted. Assaulted.
Fornah, Ousman (Male) - Displaced and property looted.
Fornah, Rugie (Female) - 1999 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Property looted.
Fornah, Saidu (Male) age 51 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Fornah, Salier (Male) - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Killed.
Fornah, Salifu (Male) age 16 - 2000 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fornah, Sampa (Female) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Fornah, Simbo (Male) - 1991 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Killed.
Fornah, Sorie (Male) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fornah, Sorie (Male) - Displaced.
Fornah, Sorie (Male) age 36 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Fornah, Sulaiman (Male) age 31 - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced.
Fornah, Sullay (Male) - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Property looted and destroyed.
Fornah, Tamba (Male) age 48 - Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Fornah, Thaimu (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Forced to labour. Killed.
Fornah, Unisa (Male) age 71 - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Fornah, Yamba (Male) - 1994 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Killed.
Fornah, Zinab (Male) age 20 - 1993 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted.
Forni, Aruna (Male) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Forni, Mahen (Female) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Forni, Mohamed (Male) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Forray, Jeneba (Female) - 1996 in Lugbu, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Forray, Tangay (Female) age 29 - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Fortune, Alfred (Male) age 27 - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fortune, Bockarie (Male) - Killed.
Fortune, Kadie (Female) - 1992 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Fortune, Koroma (Male) - 1998 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Killed.
Fortune, Luccia (Female) age 70 - 1995 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Fortune, Satta (Female) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced.
Fortune, Vandi (Male) - 1998 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Foryoh, Sahr (Male) age 45 - 1995 - Assaulted. Killed.
Fowai, Francis (Male) age 40 - Abducted and detained.
Fowai, Jebeh (Female) age 54 - 1996 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Fowai,Ousman (Male) age 31 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Fowai, Wuya (Female) age 28 - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
Foyoh, Finda (Female) age 27 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Francis, Michael Alie (Male) age 15 - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Francis Fanneh, Allie Kondo (Male) age 49 - 1996 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted.
Franco, Morie (Male) - 1994 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
Freeman, Edward (Male) age 40 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Freeman, Ella (Female) - 1997 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Forced to labour.
Freeman, Haja Sundie (Female) age 75 - 1995 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed.
Freeman, Lucinda (Female) age 38 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed.
Freeman, Maada (Male) - 1994 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Freeman, Mohamed (Male) age 21 - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Killed.
Freeman,Musu (Female) age 27 - 1997 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Freeman, Vandy (Male) - 1994 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Detained. Assaulted. Killed.
French, Edward (Male) age 30 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
French, James (Male) - 1998 - Assaulted.
Fuddie, Hawa (Female) age 23 - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Fuddie, Kosiah (Male) age 30 - 1997 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Detained.
Fullah, Abdulai (Male) - 1994 - Displaced and property destroyed. Killed.
Fullah, Abdulai (Male) - 1995 in Western Area - Forced to labour. Stripped. Killed.
Fullah, Abdulai (Male) age 65 - 1995 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Fullah, Abu (Male) age 58 - 1999 - Extorted. Assaulted and tortured.
Fullah, Adama (Female) - Extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Fullah, Amara (Male) - 1994 in Lugbu, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted. Killed.
Fullah, Aminata (Female) - 1993 in Kono - Killed.
Fullah, Aminata (Female) age 25 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted. Assaulted.
Fullah, Brima (Male) age 26 - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Fullah, Dauda (Male) age 20 - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Fullah, Fatmata (Female) age 18 - Displaced.
Fullah, Hassan (Male) - 1995 in Western Area - Assaulted. Killed.
Fullah, Hassana (Male) age 63 - 1995 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Forced to labour. Killed.
Fullah, Issiaka (Male) age 5 - 1998 in Nimiyama, Kono - Abducted and detained.
Fullah, Iye (Female) age 50 - 1995 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Fullah, John (Male) - 1994 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Fullah, Katumu (Male) - 1992 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Fullah,Luseni (Male) age 55 - 1991 in Peje, Pujehun - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Stripped.
Fullah, Mamodu (Male) age 64 - 1999 - Property looted and destroyed.
Fullah, Mbalu (Female) - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced. Assaulted.
Fullah, Mohamed (Male) - 1994 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Fullah, Mohamed (Male) age 32 - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Fullah, Santigie (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Fullah, Santigie (Male) - 1994 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Fullah, Siaka (Male) - 1994 in Lugbu, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Fullah, Sulaiman (Male) age 30 - 1991 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Fullah, Sullay (Male) age 64 - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Property destroyed.
Fullah, Tommy (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Fullah, Yeabu (Female) - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Forced to labour.
Gaba, Mayah (Male) age 40 - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Gabriel, Kehinde (Female) age 21 - 1997 in Kono - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Gailu, Baindu (Female) - Killed.
Gaima, Abu (Male) age 12 - 1996 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted.
Gaima, Abu (Male) age 45 - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Gaima, Ayeni (Female) - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Killed.
Gaima, David (Male) - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Gaima, Davowa (Male) - 1993 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced.
Gaima, Gbessay (Male) - 1992 in Dia, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Gaima, Ibrahim (Male) - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Killed.
Gaima, Isatu (Female) - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Killed.
Gaima, Kwesha (Male) - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Killed.
Gaima, Lahai (Male) - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Killed.
Gaima, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Limb amputated.
Gaiwa, Massah (Female) age 71 - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Killed.
Gama, Dauda (Male) - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Gama, Vandi (Male) - 1991 in Wunde, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Gamanga, Juma (Female) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted.
Gamanga, Suna (Female) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted.
Gamanga, Sylvester (Male) age 41 - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced and extorted.
Gamanga, Woma (Female) age 100 - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Gamick, Boi (Female) age 33 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Ganawa, Bintu (Female) age 26 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Ganawa, Brima (Male) age 54 - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Ganawa, Mohamed (Male) age 36 - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained.
Ganda, Bishop (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Stripped.
Ganda, Joseph (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Stripped.
Ganda, Solomon (Male) - 1995 in Kowa, Moyamba - Limb amputated.
Gandi, Abdulai (Male) age 23 - 1994 - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Gandi, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Gandi, Emmanuel (Male) age 27 - 1993 in Baoma, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Gandi, Ibrahim (Male) age 25 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Gandi, Joseph (Male) age 29 - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Gandi, Konda - Displaced and property destroyed.
Gandi, Moijuel (Male) age 11 - 1993 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Assaulted.
Gandi, Morie (Male) age 30 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Tortured.
Gangaa, Sheriff (Male) age 55 - 1995 in Dasse, Moyamba - Displaced.
Gaoja, Bockarie (Male) - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Killed.
Garjin, Mary (Female) - Displaced.
Gassama, Fatorma (Male) - 1994 - Killed.
Gassama, Mannah (Male) age 52 - 1994 in Western Area - Displaced.
Gassama, Sheku (Male) - 1993 in Kono - Killed.
Gazalie Macauley, Ayeshata (Female) age 75 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted.
Gbabai, Dauda (Male) age 40 - 1994 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Gbabamba, Keipula (Male) - 1996 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Killed.
Gbad, Danda (Male) - 1995 in Bum, Bonthe - Abducted and detained.
Gbajie, Edward (Male) - 1996 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured.
Gbaka, Ibraham (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Tortured.
Gbaka, Madina (Male) age 7 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Gbaka, Salamatu (Female) age 35 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Tortured.
Gbakima, Kai (Male) - 1994 in Kono - Killed.
Gbakuna, Finda (Female) - 1994 in Kono - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Gbana, Sampa (Female) - 2000 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Gbanda, Moinima (Male) age 58 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Gbandafo, Aiah (Male) age 25 - 1992 in Nimiyama, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Gbane, Mattu (Female) - 1994 in Bo District - Killed.
Gbaneh, Kai (Male) - 1993 - Assaulted.
Gbanga, Tamba (Male) - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured.
Gbangati, Kona (Female) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Killed.
Gbangba, Fudia (Female) age 62 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Gbani, Abdulai (Male) age 50 - 1995 in Kakua, Bo District - Property looted.
Gbani, Angela (Female) - 1995 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Gbanie, Sao (Male) - 1994 in Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Gbanyawa, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Gbanyawa, Christopher (Male) age 67 - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Displaced.
Gbanyawa, Ernest (Male) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Killed.
Gbao, Bobor (Male) - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Abducted and detained.
Gbao, David (Male) - 1997 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Forced to labour.
Gbao, Mariama (Female) - 1994 - Property looted and destroyed.
Gbao, Mohamed (Male) - 1998 in Barri, Pujehun - Tortured. Killed.
Gbao, Moinama (Male) - 1995 - Displaced.
Gbao, Mojama (Female) - Killed.
Gbao, Musu (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced.
Gbao, Sheku (Male) age 60 - 1992 in Langorama, Kenema - Extorted. Assaulted. Killed.
Gbao, Yetngeno - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Abducted and detained.
Gbassa, Abdul (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Gbassa, Momoh (Male) - 1998 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Gbassah, Swaray (Male) - 1995 - Abducted. Killed.
Gbassay, Alieu (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Tortured. Killed.
Gbassay, Hawa (Female) age 23 - 1993 in Bagbe, Bo District - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Gbassay, Kpana (Male) - 1993 - Property destroyed.
Gbasy, Momoh (Male) - 1991 - Displaced. Killed.
Gbata, Finda (Female) age 46 - 1994 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Gbavaneh, Moray (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Gbawoh, Joseph (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted. Killed.
Gbeh, Gassumu (Male) age 26 - 1993 - Killed.
Gbeh, Kumba (Female) age 58 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Gbekeh Gbap, Baoma (Male) - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Gbekie, Kumba (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Gbekie, Rebecca (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Gbekie, Sahr (Male) age 60 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Gbekie, Tamba (Male) age 21 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Gbeme, Daramy (Male) - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Extorted. Forced to labour. Tortured and stripped.
Gbemeh,Joe (Male) age 63 - 1996 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Gbemeh, Sombo (Female) age 33 - 1996 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Displaced.
Gbenbo, Kinie (Male) - 1996 in Sielenga, Bo District - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Gbengeh, Tommy (Male) - 1995 in Timdel, Moyamba - Killed.
Gbengeh, Tua (Female) - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Property destroyed. Abducted. Tortured.
Gbengua, Marie (Female) - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Abducted. Tortured.
Gberie, Sam (Male) - 1994 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Gbessay, Momoh (Male) - Property destroyed.
Gbessay, Vandy (Male) - 1991 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Killed.
Gbesseh, Tommy (Male) - Killed.
Gbetie, Kennie (Male) - 1994 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Assaulted and tortured.
Gbetuwa, Sia (Female) age 75 - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured.
Gbewa, Baby (Female) age 26 - 1996 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced.
Gbewa, George (Male) age 10 - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Gbewa, Momoh (Male) age 62 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Gbewah, Sahr (Male) age 65 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Gbini, Prince (Male) - 1998 in Wunde, Bo District - Assaulted and tortured.
Gbla, Abass (Male) - 1996 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Killed.
Gbla, Abdulai (Male) age 64 - 1994 in Konike Barina, Tonkolili - Killed.
Gbla, Abu S. (Male) age 16 - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Gbla, Adama (Female) age 16 - 1994 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Gbla, Alhaji (Male) age 12 - 1994 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Gbla, Amidu (Male) age 71 - 1993 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Gbla, Andrew (Male) age 41 - 1999 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Property destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Gbla, Fatu (Female) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Property destroyed. Killed.
Gbla, John (Male) - 1997 - Killed.
Gbla, John (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Limb amputated. Killed.
Gbla, Masim (Male) age 64 - 1991 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Gbla, Mohamed (Male) - 1993 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Gbla, Mohamed (Male) age 48 - 1999 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Gbla, Mustapha (Male) - 1995 - Tortured. Killed.
Gbla, Saidu (Male) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Property destroyed. Killed.
Gbla, Samuel (Male) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Gbla, Sulay (Male) - 1993 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Gbloh, Kadie (Female) - 1998 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Property destroyed.
Gbobuma, Brima (Male) - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Gbogaba, Kumba (Female) age 40 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced.
Gbogbo, Sheku (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Gbogn, Thomas (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Gboi, Keine (Male) - Extorted.
Gboka, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Gboko, Markson (Male) - 1993 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Stripped.
Gbokumu, Mohamed (Male) - 1995 in Benducha, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Gboleh, Bockarie (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Gbolleh, Saffiatu (Female) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Detained.
Gbomda, Lamin (Male) - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Gbomi, Boi (Female) age 75 - 1998 in Kori, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed.
Gbonda, A.S. (Male) - Assaulted.
Gbonda,Alpha (Male) age 67 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted andstripped.
Gbonda, Isata (Female) age 6 - 1997 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Killed.
Gbonda, Jb (Male) age 75 - Killed.
Gbonda, Maada (Male) age 3 - 1997 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Killed.
Gbonda, Mohamed (Male) age 64 - Displaced.
Gbonda, Rebecca (Female) age 61 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Gbonda,S.A.S. (Male) age 62 - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Property looted anddestroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured and stripped.
Gbonda, Saffa (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Tortured.
Gbonda, Samuel (Male) - 1991 in Panga Krim, Pujehun - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Gbonda, Shar (Male) age 55 - Killed.
Gbonda, Sinah (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Tortured.
Gbondo, Aiah (Male) age 28 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed.
Gbondo, Alieu (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Forced to labour. Killed.
Gbondo, Baby (Female) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Abducted.
Gbondo, Borbor (Male) age 26 - Extorted. Assaulted.
Gbondo, Foday (Male) - Killed.
Gbondo, Foday (Male) age 43 - 1995 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Gbondo, Joe (Male) - 1994 in Malegohun, Kenema - Displaced.
Gbondo, Kini (Male) - 1995 in Dasse, Moyamba - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Gbondo, Komba (Male) - 1998 in Samu, Kambia - Extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Gbondo, Majo (Female) - Killed.
Gbondo, Manay (Male) - 1995 - Killed.
Gbondo, Marie Theresa (Female) age 19 - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Gbondo, Mary (Female) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed.
Gbondo, Mohamed (Male) age 21 - 1998 in Lei, Kono - Abducted and detained.
Gbondo, Momodu (Male) - 1995 - Displaced. Killed.
Gbondo, Momoh (Male) - Assaulted.
Gbondo, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Langorama, Kenema - Tortured. Killed.
Gbondo, Prince (Male) - 1995 - Tortured.
Gbondo, Sia (Female) age 32 - 1995 - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Gbondo, Sundufu (Male) - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Gbondo, Tamba (Male) age 30 - 1997 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Gbondo, Tamba (Male) age 46 - 1998 - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured and stripped.
Gbondo, Toma (Male) age 24 - 1998 - Tortured.
Gbongeh, Mohamed (Male) - 1994 in Jong, Bonthe - Forced to labour.
Gbonghun, Kadie (Female) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Gbongon, Thomas (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Gbonie, Annie Finda (Female) age 45 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced.
Gbonie, Jonathan (Male) age 70 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Gbonma, Kamba (Male) - 1995 - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Gborbajihun, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Gborie, Aiah (Male) - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Gborie, Aminata (Female) - 1992 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced.
Gborie, Bondu (Female) - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed.
Gborie, Idrissa (Male) - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Stripped and limb amputated.
Gborie, Kadi (Female) - 1996 - Property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Gborie, Kadiatu (Female) age 3 - 1992 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced. Tortured.
Gborie, Kumba (Female) - Property destroyed. Killed.
Gborie, Kumba (Female) age 26 - 1994 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced.
Gborie, Kumba (Female) age 64 - 1997 in Gbane Kandor, Kono - Displaced.
Gborie, Sahr (Male) - 1998 in Mandu, Kailahun - Killed.
Gborie, Sulaiman (Male) - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Gborie, Tamba (Male) - 2000 in Lei, Kono - Killed.
Gborie, Vandi (Male) - Displaced.
Gborie, Vandi (Male) - Displaced.
Gborlima, Mustapha (Male) - 1996 - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Gborma, Borbor (Male) age 4 - 1995 in Kowa, Moyamba - Killed.
Gbortu, Edward (Male) - 1995 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Killed.
Gbortu, Sao (Male) - 1995 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Killed.
Gboto Bangura, Idrissa (Male) - 1996 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Forced to labour.
Gbowah, Brima (Male) - Limb amputated.
Gbundema, Maseray (Female) age 50 - 1997 in Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Detained.
Gbuway, Brima (Male) - 1992 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Gebawova, Foday (Male) age 74 - 1994 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted.
Gebawova, Senesie (Male) age 44 - 1994 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted. Killed.
Geebai, Francis (Male) age 33 - 1997 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Geh, Vandi (Male) - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Geia, Bockarie (Male) - 1993 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Gendemeh, Allieu (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
George, Abram (Male) age 52 - 1998 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Killed.
George, Agnes (Female) - 1996 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
George, Allieu (Male) age 18 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Forced to labour.
George, Aruna (Male) - Forced to labour.
George,Francis Kelema (Male) age 50 - 1995 in Moyamba - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
George, Gladys (Female) - 1995 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
George, Hawa (Female) age 49 - 1997 in Komboya, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
George,John (Male) age 41 - 1994 in Bagbe, Bo District - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
George, Josephine Elizabeth (Female) age 16 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
George, Mattu (Female) age 61 - 1994 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
George, Morie (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
George, Samuel (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
George, Samuel (Male) age 52 - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Assaulted.
George, Yamba (Male) age 29 - 1996 in Valunia, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Gerber, Railatu (Female) age 50 - 1999 - Extorted and property looted. Detained.
Ghombo,Sarah (Female) age 30 - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Giama, Momoh (Male) age 39 - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Extorted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Gibao, Adama (Female) - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Gibao, Adima (Female) - 1996 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Displaced. Assaulted.
Gibao, Monya (Female) - Displaced. Killed.
Gibateh, Bockarie (Male) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Limb amputated.
Gibrilla, Gabriel (Male) - 1995 in Niawa, Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Gibrilla, Magai (Male) - 1992 in Penguia, Kailahun - Displaced. Killed.
Gibrilla, Makue (Female) age 72 - 1992 in Penguia, Kailahun - Displaced.
Gibrilla, Moigboi (Male) - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Ginnah, Momoh (Male) age 30 - 1992 - Property looted.
Ginnah, Tommy (Male) - 1992 - Tortured. Killed.
Giyeahun, Foday (Male) - 1996 in Barri, Pujehun - Assaulted.
Giyehun, Foday (Male) - 1992 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Goba, Abu (Male) - 1991 - Displaced. Detained. Killed.
Goba,Agnes (Female) age 26 - 1991 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Goba, Aruna (Male) age 24 - Killed.
Goba, Baby (Female) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Goba, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Goba, Francess (Female) age 18 - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property looted.
Goba, Joe (Male) - Property destroyed.
Goba, Jonathan (Male) - 1996 in Kakua, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Tortured and limb amputated.
Goba,Lansana (Male) age 63 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced andextorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Goba, Marie (Female) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Goba, Musa (Male) - 1994 - Displaced.
Goba, Rubean (Male) - 1994 - Killed.
Goba, Sallay (Female) - 1995 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Gobio, Fatmata (Female) age 12 - 1992 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Gobio, Mabel (Female) age 26 - 1992 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Property looted and destroyed.
Gofra, Thomas (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted. Detained.
Gogra, Alhaji (Male) - Assaulted.
Gogra, Badiatu (Female) age 51 - 1991 in Peje, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Goll, Gina (Female) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Gombowai, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Limb amputated.
Gombu, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Gonda, Braima (Male) age 70 - Killed.
Gonda, Massa (Female) age 62 - Displaced.
Gondama, Vandy (Male) - 1994 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Gorglow, Maiky (Male) - 1991 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Killed.
Gormoh, Francis (Male) age 36 - 1991 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Displaced.
Gormoh, Luseni Sundema (Male) age 62 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Gosay, Amadu (Male) age 57 - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured.
Gottor, Boi (Female) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Gottor, Jusufu (Male) age 30 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Gowa, Bockarie (Male) - 1993 - Killed.
Gowa, Numa (Female) - 1991 - Killed.
Gudia-Kamara, Fatorma (Male) age 60 - 1991 - Displaced and property destroyed. Detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Guerra, Marie (Female) age 64 - 1998 in Briama, Kambia - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Gundema, Komba (Male) - 1998 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Killed.
Gutu, Hawa (Female) - 1998 in Makpele, Pujehun - Property looted.
Guwei Sama, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced.
Habib, Daniel (Male) - 1997 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Property destroyed.
Hackin, Joe (Male) - 1999 in Timdel, Moyamba - Forced to labour. Forced to participate in an act of cannibalism.
Hai, Kona (Female) - Displaced and property looted.
Hai, Sesay (Male) - Displaced and property looted.
Hai, Yema (Female) age 70 - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Assaulted and tortured.
Hakpeh, Sao (Male) - 1994 in Barri, Pujehun - Tortured.
Halaby, Wahid (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Killed.
Halloway, Christiana (Female) age 29 - Property destroyed.
Hamid, Noella (Female) age 20 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
Hammond, Salia (Male) age 30 - 1994 in Baoma, Bo District - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Harding, Abibatu (Female) age 7 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Harding, Alfred (Male) age 36 - 1995 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Displaced.
Harding, Alieu (Male) - Displaced. Killed.
Harding, Amara (Male) - 1995 in Bagbe, Bo District - Extorted.
Harding, Aruna (Male) - Property destroyed.
Harding, Joe (Male) - 1995 - Killed.
Harding, Joseph (Male) age 28 - 1995 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed.
Harding, Joseph (Male) age 40 - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Harding, Nyawo (Male) - 1996 in Kakua, Bo District - Limb amputated.
Harding, Patrick (Male) - 1995 in Bagbe, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Harding, Sarah (Female) - Displaced. Killed.
Harding, Sylvanus (Male) age 35 - 1995 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed.
Harding, Tommy (Male) age 48 - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Harlow, Lahai (Male) - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced.
Harlow, Moighoi (Male) age 49 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Harrison, Jestina (Female) age 49 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Hassan, Abie Mogaba (Female) - 1997 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Tortured.
Hassan, Alpha (Male) age 47 - 1997 in Western Area - Killed.
Hassan, Amie (Female) age 32 - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Helebu, Kennie (Male) - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Forced to labour. Assaulted. Killed.
Higima, John (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Hindowa, Abu (Male) - 1994 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Hindowa, Musa (Male) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Hindowa, Sandy (Male) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced.
Hinga, Sorba (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Killed.
Hollise, Desmond (Male) age 33 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Horton, Charles (Male) - 1992 in Kono - Displaced.
Horton, Roland (Male) age 48 - 1992 in Kono - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Horton, Sebatu (Female) age 41 - Displaced. Killed.
Horton, Titty (Female) - 1992 in Kono - Displaced. Assaulted.
Humonya, Amie (Female) - Killed.
Humper, Jengbeh (Male) - 1991 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Killed.
Humper, Jibao (Male) - 1995 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Humper, Samuel (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Tortured.
Humper, Thomas (Male) age 51 - 1998 - Abducted and detained.
Humper, Yeama (Female) - 1995 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Hunter, Samuel (Male) - Killed.
Huscamp, Anthony (Male) age 6 - 1994 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Hyde, Borbor (Male) age 35 - 1999 in Western Area - Tortured. Killed.
Ibrahim, Amie (Female) - Property destroyed.
Ibrahim, Ola (Male) age 32 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Ibrahim, Sillah (Male) age 17 - 1999 in Western Area - Tortured.
Idrisa, Karimu (Male) age 23 - 1992 - Tortured. Killed.
Idriss,Alhaji Bockarie (Male) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Idriss, Jeneba (Female) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Idriss, Noah (Male) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Idriss, Senesie (Male) age 87 - Killed.
Idriss, Sheku (Male) - 1991 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Idrissa, Kadie (Female) - 1995 in Luawa, Kailahun - Detained.
Idrissa, Mohamed (Male) - 1998 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Assaulted.
Idrissa, Murray (Male) - 1997 in Bonthe - Extorted. Assaulted.
Issa, Abdulai (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Issa, Maad (Male) - 1999 in Magbema, Kambia - Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Issa, Tamba (Male) - 1998 - Abducted and detained.
Issata, Haja (Female) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Iye, Abdulai (Male) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Property looted. Abducted and detained.
Jaba, Henry (Male) age 49 - 1994 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jabah, Finda (Female) age 41 - 1994 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Jabati, Emmanuel (Male) age 30 - 1997 - Tortured and limb amputated.
Jabati, Gbundor (Male) - 1998 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Assaulted.
Jabati, Luke (Male) - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Abducted. Killed.
Jabati, Margaret (Female) - 1995 in Bagbe, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Jabatie, Isatta (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted.
Jabatty, Bobor (Male) age 17 - 1996 in Bagbe, Bo District - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Jabba, Samuel (Male) age 10 - 1998 in Tankoro, Kono - Abducted. Tortured.
Jabbaty, Aminata (Female) - Displaced. Assaulted.
Jabber, Alhaji Salieu (Male) age 74 - Displaced.
Jabber, Fayier (Male) age 30 - Killed.
Jabber, Tamba (Male) age 25 - Killed.
Jabbie, Amara (Male) age 53 - 1999 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Jabbie, Aminata (Female) age 38 - 1993 in Kono - Displaced.
Jabbie, Augustine (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Jabbie, Dabboh (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Jabbie, Fanka (Male) age 20 - 2000 in Neini, Koinadugu - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Jabbie, Ferenka (Male) age 8 - 1994 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Jabbie, Hassan (Male) age 11 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Jabbie, Hawa (Female) - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jabbie, Mohamed (Male) - 1993 in Kono - Killed.
Jabbie, Mohamed (Male) - 1993 - Property destroyed. Killed.
Jabbie, Mohamed (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted. Abducted and detained.
Jabbie, Mohamed (Male) age 15 - 1998 - Killed.
Jabbie, Mustapha (Male) - 1993 in Kono - Killed.
Jabbie, Sarah (Female) age 11 - 1997 in Nimiyama, Kono - Forced to labour.
Jabbie, Suma (Male) - Killed.
Jabbie, Sumaila (Male) age 63 - 1994 in Kori, Moyamba - Displaced.
Jabbie, Umaru (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Jabie, Fanta (Female) age 25 - 1999 - Displaced.
Jabie, Foday (Male) age 50 - 1999 - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jabura, Tommy (Male) - 1994 in Bagbo, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jackson, Iye (Female) - 1997 in Nimikoro, Kono - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Jacob, Morie (Male) age 16 - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Detained. Tortured and stripped.
Jagoma, Yatta (Female) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Jaguah, Momoh (Male) - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Jah, Abdulai (Male) age 58 - 1995 in Dibia, Port Loko - Property destroyed. Abducted.
Jah, Abu (Male) - 1991 in Dodo, Kenema - Property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured and stripped.
Jah, Alimu (Male) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Killed.
Jah,Amadu Wurie (Male) age 18 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted andproperty destroyed. Forced to labour and drugged. Tortured.
Jah, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Forced to labour.
Jah, Bockarie (Male) age 30 - 1993 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted. Tortured.
Jah, Brima (Male) - 1997 in Dodo, Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Jah, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Jah, Fatmata (Female) age 43 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jah, Mohamed (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Jah, Tanakolo (Male) - 1991 in Dodo, Kenema - Forced to labour. Killed.
Jah, Umaru (Male) - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Jah, Umaru (Male) age 56 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Jah, Watta (Female) age 38 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Jah, Yatta (Female) age 34 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced and extorted.
Jahmalanga, Momodu (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jaiah, Keni (Male) - Abducted. Assaulted.
Jaiah,Lahai (Male) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Jainkray, Ibrahim (Male) - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Killed.
Jaisie, Tommy (Male) - 1998 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Killed.
Jajua, Ansu (Male) - 1995 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Assaulted.
Jajua, Malikie (Male) - Killed.
Jaka, Jebeh (Female) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Abducted and detained.
Jaka, Kennie (Female) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced.
Jakama, Anne (Female) - Killed.
Jakar, Hanna (Female) age 14 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Jakema, Alhaji (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Tortured.
Jakema, Alhaji Lahai (Male) - 1991 in Pujehun - Assaulted.
Jakema, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Jakema, Foday (Male) - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Jakema, Mohamed (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Jakema, Ngagba (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Jakietay, Abdul (Male) age 51 - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted.
Jallloh, Alpha (Male) - 1996 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Killed.
Jalloh, A.S. (Male) - 1999 - Abducted.
Jalloh, Abdul (Male) age 15 - 1994 - Displaced.
Jalloh, Abdul Raman (Male) - Displaced. Killed.
Jalloh, Abdulai (Male) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Jalloh, Abdulai (Male) age 51 - Extorted and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Jalloh, Abu (Male) - Killed.
Jalloh, Abu (Male) - Displaced and property looted.
Jalloh, Abu (Male) age 20 - 1995 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced. Killed.
Jalloh, Abu Bakarr (Male) - 1998 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Killed.
Jalloh, Abu Bakarr (Male) - 1998 - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Jalloh, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 30 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jalloh, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 41 - 1999 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jalloh, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 49 - 1996 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Property looted.
Jalloh, Abu Bockarie (Male) age 35 - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Jalloh, Adama (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted.
Jalloh, Adama (Female) age 23 - Displaced.
Jalloh, Ajibu (Male) age 35 - 1999 in Mambolo, Kambia - Displaced and property looted.
Jalloh, Alhaji (Male) - 1998 - Property destroyed.
Jalloh, Alhaji (Male) age 34 - 1998 in Neini, Koinadugu - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Alhaji Amadu (Male) - Killed.
Jalloh, Alhaji Bailor (Male) age 51 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jalloh, Alhaji Momod Allieu (Male) - 1993 in Peje, Pujehun - Property destroyed.
Jalloh, Alie (Male) - 1995 in Dibia, Port Loko - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Jalloh, Alieu (Male) age 41 - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Killed.
Jalloh, Alimu (Male) age 3 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Alpha (Male) - 1998 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed.
Jalloh, Alpha (Male) - 1999 in Mambolo, Kambia - Property looted. Abducted. Killed.
Jalloh, Alpha (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Jalloh, Alpha (Male) age 41 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jalloh, Alusine (Male) - 1996 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Jalloh, Alusine (Male) age 20 - 1995 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Abducted. Killed.
Jalloh, Amadu (Male) - 1997 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Amadu (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted.
Jalloh, Amadu (Male) - 1996 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Killed.
Jalloh, Amadu (Male) - 1997 - Tortured. Killed.
Jalloh, Amadu (Male) - Killed.
Jalloh, Amadu (Male) age 43 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jalloh, Amadu Wurie (Male) - 1998 - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Jalloh, Amara (Male) age 15 - 1997 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Killed.
Jalloh, Amie (Female) age 36 - Displaced. Killed.
Jalloh, Aminata (Female) age 14 - Assaulted.
Jalloh, Aruna (Male) age 27 - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Jalloh, Atigu (Male) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Property looted. Killed.
Jalloh, Bai (Female) - 1996 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Killed.
Jalloh, Bailoh (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jalloh, Balla (Male) age 50 - 1999 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Jalloh, Bambay (Male) - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Assaulted.
Jalloh, Barbar (Male) - 1997 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Binta (Female) - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Jalloh, Binta (Female) - 1998 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jalloh, Bobida (Male) age 60 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Killed.
Jalloh, Bockarie (Male) - 1998 in Neini, Koinadugu - Killed.
Jalloh, Braima (Male) - 1997 - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jalloh, Brima (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Brima (Male) age 26 - 1999 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Tortured. Killed.
Jalloh,Chernor (Male) - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced and propertydestroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Jalloh, Chernor (Male) - 1997 in Gbense, Kono - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Jalloh, Dietay (Male) - 1994 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displaced. Detained. Killed.
Jalloh, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Jalloh, Fatmata (Female) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Jalloh, Fatmata (Female) - 1998 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Fatmata (Female) - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jalloh, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Fatmata (Female) age 25 - 1998 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Jalloh, Fatmata (Female) age 26 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Fatmata (Female) age 59 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted.
Jalloh, Ferenkeh (Male) age 40 - 1994 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jalloh, Finah (Female) - 1994 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted.
Jalloh, Frenkeh (Male) age 47 - 1998 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Jalloh, Gballon (Male) - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Hassan (Male) - Extorted.
Jalloh, Hawa (Female) - 1997 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced. Killed.
Jalloh, Hawa (Female) - 1998 - Abducted.
Jalloh, Hawa (Female) age 10 - 1994 in Nimiyama, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Jalloh, Hawa (Female) age 66 - 1998 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Ibrahim (Male) - 1996 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Killed.
Jalloh, Ibrahim (Male) age 11 - 1999 in Western Area - Forced to labour.
Jalloh, Idrissa (Male) - 1995 - Displaced.
Jalloh, Idrissa (Male) - 1996 - Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Isatu (Female) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jalloh, Isatu (Female) - 1997 in Western Area - Killed.
Jalloh, Isatu (Female) age 8 - Abducted and detained. Tortured and forced to participate in an act of cannibalism.
Jalloh, Isatu (Female) age 9 - 1998 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Isatu (Female) age 27 - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Jang (Male) age 68 - 1995 in Bagruwa, Moyamba - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Jalloh, Jeneba (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Jalloh, Kabba (Male) age 2 - Displaced.
Jalloh, Kabbah (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted, tortured and limb amputated.
Jalloh, Kaday (Female) - 1994 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Jalloh, Kadiatu (Female) - 1998 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jalloh, Kadiatu (Female) - 1999 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted.
Jalloh, Kadiatu (Female) age 18 - 2000 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jalloh, Kadiatu (Female) age 19 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Kalie Jaukalay (Male) age 65 - 1998 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Jalloh, Kallie (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Jalloh, Karimu (Male) - 1996 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Keifalla (Male) age 20 - 1998 in Neini, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Konkoro (Male) age 50 - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Konya (Male) - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Koromakabeh (Male) - 1999 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Killed.
Jalloh, Lamrana (Female) - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jalloh, M.O. (Male) - 1991 in Malegohun, Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Malador (Female) age 28 - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Mamadu (Male) - 1996 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Killed.
Jalloh, Mamadu (Male) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Assaulted.
Jalloh, Mankanie (Female) age 26 - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Killed.
Jalloh, Mariama (Female) - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Jalloh, Mariama (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Jalloh, Marie (Female) age 33 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Jalloh, Marlie (Female) age 54 - 1999 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Killed.
Jalloh, Mohamed (Male) - 1998 - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Mohamed (Male) - 1994 - Forced to labour.
Jalloh, Mohamed (Male) age 11 - 1995 in Valunia, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Mohamed (Male) age 17 - 1999 - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted and tortured.
Jalloh, Mohamed (Male) age 24 - 1999 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Mohamed (Male) age 24 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Mohamed (Male) age 52 - Displaced and property destroyed. Limb amputated.
Jalloh, Muctarr (Male) age 17 - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Musa (Male) - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jalloh, Mustapha (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Mustapha (Male) age 20 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Ousman (Male) age 16 - 1999 in Western Area - Forced to labour. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Jalloh, Priney (Male) - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Ralim (Male) - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Extorted. Tortured.
Jalloh, Saidu (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jalloh, Saidu (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Jalloh, Sallu (Male) age 37 - 1997 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Detained.
Jalloh, Sally (Female) age 4 - 1991 in Western Area - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Salu (Male) age 22 - 1999 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jalloh, Samba (Male) age 45 - 1999 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Abducted. Killed.
Jalloh, Santigie (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Jalloh, Sellu (Male) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Sheku (Male) - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced.
Jalloh, Sheku (Male) age 46 - 1998 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jalloh, Sidie (Male) age 51 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted and tortured.
Jalloh, Sinkarie (Female) age 50 - 1998 - Property looted. Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Sira (Male) - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Sirah (Female) - 1994 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Jalloh, Sonnah (Female) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Killed.
Jalloh, Sorie (Male) - 1999 - Displaced. Abducted. Killed.
Jalloh, Sulaiman (Male) - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Jalloh, Sulaiman (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Jalloh, Sulaiman (Male) age 31 - 1999 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Property looted. Assaulted.
Jalloh, Sunkar (Male) - 1994 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Jalloh, Thaluta (Male) - 1998 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jalloh,Tirmi (Male) - 1998 in Dembelia Sinkunia, Koinadugu - Extorted.Abducted and detained. Tortured and stripped. Killed.
Jalloh, Umaru (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Killed.
Jalloh, Umu (Female) age 71 - 1999 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jalloh, Wurie (Male) - 1998 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Killed.
Jalloh, Wurie (Male) - 1995 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Abducted. Killed.
Jalloh, Wurie (Male) age 58 - 1998 in Koinadugu - Extorted.
Jalloh, Yarreh (Male) age 49 - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Jalloh, Yayah (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Displaced.
Jalloh, Yeanoh (Female) - 1994 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Property destroyed.
Jalloh,Yegbeh (Female) age 54 - 1999 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displacedand property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted andtortured.
Jalloh, Yeyeh (Female) - 1994 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displaced and extorted. Abducted.
Jama, Brima (Male) - 1993 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Stripped.
Jamba, Hassanah (Male) age 43 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jambai, Fomaie (Male) age 60 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jambai, Janet (Female) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Killed.
Jambai, Yatta (Female) age 53 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jambai, Yatta (Female) age 57 - 1995 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Jambawai, Mariama (Female) - 1998 in Koya, Kenema - Tortured.
Jambawai, Musa (Male) age 43 - 1991 in Malegohun, Kenema - Extorted and property looted.
James, Aiah (Male) age 17 - 1997 in Lei, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour.
James, Alpha (Male) age 58 - 1994 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
James, Alusine (Male) age 63 - 1997 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
James, Easter (Female) age 21 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained.
James, Esther (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
James, Feimata (Female) - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
James, Gibrilla (Male) age 42 - 1995 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Forced to labour.
James, Gillo (Female) age 29 - 1997 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
James, Joseph (Male) age 31 - Displaced.
James, Kainwo (Male) age 9 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
James, Katimu (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Killed.
James, Komba (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced.
James, Kpanya (Female) - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
James, Massah (Female) age 35 - 1994 in Dama, Kenema - Displaced.
James, Mboma (Male) age 61 - 1999 in Wandor, Kenema - Displaced. Detained. Killed.
James, Michael (Male) - 1996 - Forced to labour. Killed.
James, Moinama (Male) age 74 - 1994 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
James, Musu (Female) age 49 - 1999 in Wandor, Kenema - Displaced.
James, Nemah (Female) - Killed.
James, Sahr (Male) - 1994 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
James, Satta (Female) - 1992 in Penguia, Kailahun - Displaced.
James, Serah (Male) - 1994 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
James, Tamba (Male) - 1994 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Forced to labour.
James, Theresa (Female) age 34 - 1999 in Valunia, Bo District - Property looted. Assaulted.
James, Theresa (Female) age 43 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced.
Jaminah, Kakie (Female) - 1994 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Jaminah, Morie (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Tortured and stripped. Killed.
Janeh, Moses (Male) - 1998 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Extorted. Assaulted and stripped.
Janneh, Abs (Male) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Property looted.
Janneh,Balu (Female) age 30 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Janneh, Ishiatu (Female) age 26 - Displaced and property looted.
Janneh, Karim (Male) age 15 - 1999 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Jannie, Lussni (Male) - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Property looted.
Jar, Momoh (Male) - 1997 - Property destroyed.
Jarka, Alhaji Lamin (Male) age 42 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Jarrie, Amara (Male) - Displaced.
Jaugba, Jinnah (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced. Tortured.
Javawa, Moor (Male) - 1991 in Pujehun - Abducted. Stripped.
Javawamassaquoi, Baindu Munda (Female) age 59 - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Jawara,Amidu (Male) age 27 - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Displacedand property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and stripped.
Jawara, Fasalie (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Jawara, Fasalie (Male) age 60 - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Jawara, Fatmata (Female) age 53 - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Jawara, Finah (Female) - 1998 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Forced to labour.
Jawara, Foday (Male) age 51 - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Jawara, Gbemeh (Male) age 19 - 1996 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Killed.
Jawara, Kadiatu (Female) age 68 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jawara, Kalie (Male) age 45 - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Jawara, Karamoko (Male) age 55 - 1998 - Displaced and property looted.
Jawara, Kasale (Male) - 1998 in Kissi Teng, Kailahun - Killed.
Jawara,Momodu (Male) age 62 - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu -Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Jawara, Musa (Male) - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Jawara, Musa (Male) age 30 - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jawara, Sallu (Male) age 55 - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced and property looted.
Jawara, Sana (Female) - 1998 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Assaulted.
Jawara, Sarah (Female) age 72 - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Property destroyed.
Jawara, Sheku (Male) - 1994 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Jawara, Sundu (Female) - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained.
Jawara, Umaru (Male) age 28 - 1998 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Jawara, Yarah (Male) - 1998 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Killed.
Jaward, Abdulai (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Jaward, Alhaji Fomba (Male) age 64 - 1991 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted.
Jaward, Bobor (Male) age 13 - 1993 in Tankoro, Kono - Displaced. Tortured.
Jaward, Foday (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Jaward, Foday (Male) age 63 - 1994 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
Jaward, Mariama (Female) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Jaward, Nyademoh (Male) age 23 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Jayah,Bobor (Male) - 1997 - Displaced and extorted. Abducted. Assaulted,tortured, limb amputated and forced to participate in an act of cannibalism.
Jayah, Foday (Male) - 1993 in Kenema - Killed.
Jayah, Hawa (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Jayah, Idrisa Francis Anthony (Male) age 60 - 1993 in Wandor, Kenema - Property destroyed.
Jayah, Joseph (Male) - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Assaulted.
Jayah, Kinny (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Killed.
Jayah, Mageret Adama (Female) age 25 - 1991 in Langorama, Kenema - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Jayah, Sheku (Male) age 38 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jayah, Tommy (Male) - Displaced. Killed.
Jeanet, Nyapo (Female) - Abducted and detained.
Jebbeh, Maa (Female) - Killed.
Jebbo, Gassimu (Male) age 46 - 1995 - Displaced.
Jebu, Boi (Female) age 43 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Property looted and destroyed.
Jegboh, Brima (Male) - 1995 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Killed.
Jegula, Malikie (Male) - 1991 in Penguia, Kailahun - Killed.
Jeneba, Yeama (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Property destroyed.
Jeneh, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced.
Jeneh, Sheriff (Female) age 15 - 1998 in Koya, Kenema - Tortured. Killed.
Jengbe, Hassana (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted.
Jenjo, Jebbeh (Female) - 1991 - Displaced.
Jerry, Borbor (Male) - 1991 - Abducted and detained.
Jiah, Joseph (Male) age 23 - 1994 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Killed.
Jiah, Vandi (Male) age 70 - 1991 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jibateh, Luseni (Male) age 51 - 1998 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Detained. Assaulted.
Jimbo, John (Male) age 26 - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Jimisa, Komba (Male) age 27 - 1992 in Kono - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Jimmissa, Komba (Male) - 1993 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Jimmissa, Sahr (Male) age 29 - 1993 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced.
Jimmy, Amie (Female) age 48 - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jimmy, Bockarie (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Jimmy, Francis (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Nimiyama, Kono - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Jimmy, Francis (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Wandor, Kenema - Displaced.
Jimmy, Kadie (Female) age 34 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Jimmy,Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Jimmy, Momoh (Male) - 1998 in Wunde, Bo District - Assaulted and tortured.
Jimmy, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Baoma, Bo District - Killed.
Jimmy, Momoh (Male) age 53 - 1995 in Mandu, Kailahun - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Jimmy, Tamba (Male) age 36 - Killed.
Jinah, Kadie (Female) age 47 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced.
Jjakema, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted.
Job, Nabieu (Male) - 1997 in Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Jobo, Mustapha (Male) - 1991 in Wunde, Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Joe, David (Male) age 45 - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Abducted.
Joe, Komba (Male) age 36 - 1992 in Soa, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Joe, Kumba (Female) - 1996 in Gbane, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Joe, Momoh (Male) - 1996 in Malegohun, Kenema - Killed.
Joe, Njabu (Female) - 1995 - Abducted and detained.
Joebeth,Abdulai Hinga (Male) age 24 - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Displacedand property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Joebo, Hawa (Female) age 40 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jogo Turay, Mbalu (Female) age 40 - 1999 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Johadie, Anna (Female) age 43 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted.
John, Baindu (Female) age 46 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
John, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
John, Fatorma (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
John, Hawa (Female) age 67 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured.
John, Jita (Female) - 1995 - Abducted and detained.
John, Lasana (Male) age 28 - 1991 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
John, Mariama (Female) age 27 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
John, Mattu (Female) age 4 - 1996 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
John, Mauawa (Female) - 1997 in Simbaru, Kenema - Abducted.
John, Musa (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
John, Patrick (Male) - 1995 in Valunia, Bo District - Killed.
John, Saffa (Male) - Killed.
John, Samuel (Male) age 45 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
John, Sorba (Male) - 1996 - Property destroyed.
John, Sorba (Male) age 34 - 1996 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Property looted and destroyed.
John Bull, Banard (Male) age 63 - 1994 - Tortured. Killed.
John Lavalie, Annie (Female) age 36 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Johnbull, Aiah (Male) age 74 - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Johnbull, Inna (Female) - Displaced.
Johnbull, Saidu (Male) - Killed.
John-Kobu, Foday (Male) age 45 - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped. Killed.
Johnny, Moses (Male) - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Killed.
Johnpull, Kalilu (Male) age 35 - 1999 in Badjia, Bo District - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Johnson, Anetta (Female) - 1997 in Western Area - Tortured.
Johnson, Cole (Male) age 20 - 1997 in Port Loko - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Johnson, Diana (Female) age 20 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted.
Johnson, Elkanah (Male) age 27 - 1995 in Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Johnson, Fayia (Male) - Killed.
Johnson, J.K. (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Johnson, Joseph (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Johnson, Ogunade (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Johnson, Sahr (Male) age 37 - 1999 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Johnson, Thomas (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Jojo, Wuyata (Female) - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted and detained.
Jolloh, Ahmadu (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Forced to labour. Limb amputated.
Joma, Foday (Male) - 1998 in Jawie, Kailahun - Killed.
Jombo, Tamba (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Jonathan, Ansumana (Male) age 46 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jones, Esther Isatu (Female) age 43 - 2000 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Property looted.
Jones, Malcolm (Male) age 13 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Jones, Massa (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Jongo, Borbor (Male) - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Jongo, Murry (Male) age 37 - Displaced. Tortured.
Jongopi, Momodu (Male) - Killed.
Jonjo, Morie (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced. Assaulted.
Jonner, Tenneh (Female) age 25 - 1992 in Tankoro, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Jonnie, Boima (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Joseph, Annie (Female) - 1998 in Lugbu, Bo District - Displaced.
Joseph, Braima (Male) - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Joseph, Brima (Male) age 60 - 1997 in Jong, Bonthe - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Joseph, Hawa (Female) age 30 - 1995 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced.
Joseph, James (Male) - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Killed.
Joseph, Kamah (Female) age 60 - 1997 in Jong, Bonthe - Extorted and property looted. Assaulted and tortured.
Joseph, Saffiatu (Female) age 15 - Abducted.
Joseph, Tamba (Male) age 38 - 1996 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Joseph, Theresa (Female) age 16 - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Josiah, Aiah (Male) age 71 - 1998 in Kono - Displaced and property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Josiah, Aminata (Female) age 40 - 1995 in Kowa, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Josiah, Francis (Male) - 1994 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Josiah, Kinnie (Female) - 1996 in Bagbe, Bo District - Displaced.
Josiah, Komba (Male) - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Killed.
Josiah, Musa (Male) age 51 - 1991 in Penguia, Kailahun - Killed.
Josiah, Musu (Female) age 10 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced.
Josiah, Sahr (Male) age 25 - 1997 - Tortured.
Josiah, Sumaila (Male) - 1991 in Penguia, Kailahun - Abducted. Killed.
Josiah, Sylvester (Male) age 41 - 1995 - Displaced.
Juah-Young, Mannah (Male) age 30 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Property looted.
Juama, Brima (Male) - 1995 in Benducha, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Juana, Bockarie (Male) age 24 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Juana, Hawa (Female) age 49 - 1999 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Detained.
Juana, Isata (Female) age 21 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Tortured.
Juana, Jusu (Male) - 1993 in Western Area - Detained.
Juana, Kula (Female) age 25 - 1992 - Displaced.
Juana, Tamba (Male) - 1991 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Stripped.
Juba, Sam (Male) - 1997 in Mandu, Kailahun - Tortured. Killed.
Julia, Lahai (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Killed.
Julius, Joe (Male) age 10 - Killed.
Juma, Bockarie (Male) - 1994 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Abducted.
Juma, Brima (Male) age 28 - 1993 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Juma, Hawa (Female) - 2000 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Juma, Mattu (Female) age 3 - 2000 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Juma, Musa (Male) - 1991 in Langorama, Kenema - Killed.
Jumah, Adama (Female) - 1994 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted.
Jumble, Ginnah (Female) - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Junisa, Abdulai (Male) - 1991 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Junisa, Alpha (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Assaulted.
Junisa, Jenneh (Female) age 60 - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Junisa, Kalilu (Male) age 32 - 1993 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced.
Junisa,Kia (Female) - 1996 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted.Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Junisa, Messie (Female) age 51 - 1994 in Mandu, Kailahun - Killed.
Junisa, Momoh (Male) age 73 - 1991 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Junisa, Tommy (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Assaulted.
Junny, Kadie (Female) age 30 - 1996 in Yawbeko, Bonthe - Abducted. Limb amputated. Killed.
Jusu, Abdulai (Male) - 1992 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jusu, Alex (Male) age 9 - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Jusu, Alhaji (Male) - 1993 in Dasse, Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
Jusu, Amara (Male) age 67 - 1993 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jusu, Aruna (Male) age 26 - 1998 in Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jusu, Edward (Male) - 1995 - Displaced.
Jusu, Gbassay (Female) - 1997 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Property looted. Abducted. Tortured.
Jusu, H.I.S (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced.
Jusu, Henry (Male) age 19 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced. Detained.
Jusu, Henry (Male) age 61 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jusu, Ibrahim (Male) age 38 - Assaulted.
Jusu, Ibrahim Momoh (Male) age 55 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jusu, James (Male) age 23 - 1998 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced.
Jusu, John (Male) - 1996 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced.
Jusu, Juana (Male) - 1997 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced. Assaulted.
Jusu, Juliane (Female) age 17 - Displaced.
Jusu, Karmoh (Male) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced.
Jusu, Kono (Male) age 75 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Jusu, Lucy (Female) age 59 - 1992 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced.
Jusu, Mamatu (Female) - 1997 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced.
Jusu, Marion (Female) age 28 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Jusu, Mary (Female) age 39 - 1996 in Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Jusu, Massah (Female) age 30 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Jusu, Mathew (Male) age 38 - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Jusu, Middi (Female) - 1995 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Displaced.
Jusu, Mohamed (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced. Assaulted and stripped.
Jusu, Momoh (Male) - 1997 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Jusu, Mustapha (Male) - 1992 in Dodo, Kenema - Killed.
Jusu, O.P.J (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Property looted and destroyed.
Jusu, Saffa (Male) age 50 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Jusu, Shaka (Male) age 59 - 1992 in Kailahun - Killed.
Jusu, Simeon (Male) - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Jusu, Somaso (Male) age 21 - 1991 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured.
Jusu, Steven (Male) age 28 - Displaced and property looted.
Jusu, Tommy (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Jusu, Tommy (Male) age 18 - 1991 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Property looted. Forced to labour.
Jusu, Tommy (Male) age 22 - 1995 - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Jusu Lamboi, Smith (Male) - 1993 in Baoma, Bo District - Abducted and detained.
Jusu Mallay, Alhaji (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Kaamoh, Gbendne (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kabanner, Foday (Male) - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Killed.
Kabba, Abu (Male) age 73 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kabba, Aiah (Male) age 50 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kabba, Alhaji (Male) age 3 - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kabba, Alhaji Ibrahim (Male) age 65 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kabba, Alieu (Male) age 34 - 1995 - Property looted. Assaulted.
Kabba, Alusine (Male) - 1998 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Killed.
Kabba, Brima (Male) - Killed.
Kabba, Fatmata (Female) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Kabba, Fatu (Female) age 41 - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted.
Kabba, Foday (Male) age 67 - 1997 - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Kabba, Hamaro - Limb amputated.
Kabba, Ibrahim (Male) age 31 - 1999 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Kabba, Isata (Female) age 27 - 1994 in Nimikoro, Kono - Property looted.
Kabba, Iye (Female) - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced. Killed.
Kabba, Juana (Male) age 27 - 1995 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Tortured.
Kabba, Kai (Male) - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kabba, Kemokai (Male) age 73 - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kabba, Lamin (Male) - 1997 in Imperi, Bonthe - Assaulted.
Kabba, Lamin (Male) age 9 - 1993 - Forced to labour.
Kabba, Marie (Female) - 1996 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Kabba, Musa (Male) - 2000 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kabba, Muskla (Male) - 1996 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kabba, Saidu (Male) age 40 - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kabba, Sayo (Female) age 27 - 1995 - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured.
Kabba, Sellu Juana (Male) age 61 - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kabba, Sirah (Female) - 1998 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Property looted.
Kabba, Steven (Male) - 1992 - Killed.
Kabba, Takueu (Male) age 51 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Kabbah, Alusine (Male) - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Kabbah, Bangalie (Male) - 1996 - Forced to labour.
Kabbah, Bundu (Male) age 27 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted. Killed.
Kabbah, Mbalu (Female) age 36 - Displaced and property looted.
Kabbah, Mohamed (Male) - 1991 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Killed.
Kabbah, Mohamed (Male) age 90 - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kabbah, Musu (Female) - 1995 in Dibia, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted.
Kabbah, Sallay (Female) age 33 - 1995 - Displaced and property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kabbah, Sorie (Male) - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced. Killed.
Kabbay, A.I. (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Kabbia, Abdul (Male) age 38 - 1996 in Tane, Tonkolili - Property looted.
Kabbia, Alhaji (Male) - 1994 - Killed.
Kabbia, Foday (Male) age 45 - 1998 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kabbia, Ibrahim (Male) - 1999 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Extorted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kabbia, Isaac (Male) age 20 - 1994 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kabbia, Joseph (Male) - 1994 - Assaulted. Killed.
Kabbia, Mohamed (Male) - 1994 - Killed.
Kabbia, Mohamed (Male) age 30 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kabbia, Ousman (Male) - 1994 - Forced to labour.
Kabbia,Unisa (Male) age 35 - 2000 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced,extorted and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kabbia, Yabalu (Female) - 1999 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kabbie, Alpha (Male) - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Stripped and limb amputated. Killed.
Kabbie, Mamawa (Female) age 50 - 1992 - Displaced.
Kabelia, Momodu (Male) - 2000 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted.
Kabeneh, Foday (Male) age 37 - 1991 in Tunkia, Kenema - Killed.
Kabenque, Sia (Female) - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kabia, Abdulai (Male) - 1996 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Abducted.
Kabia, Abdulai (Male) age 43 - 1996 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kabia, Abu (Male) - 1996 in Marampa, Port Loko - Killed.
Kabia, Adama (Female) - 1996 in Marampa, Port Loko - Abducted. Limb amputated.
Kabia, Albert (Male) - 1997 - Stripped. Killed.
Kabia, Alusine (Male) - 1997 - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kabia, Aminata (Female) age 16 - 1991 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Displaced.
Kabia, Baba (Male) age 34 - 1998 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kabia, Bai (Male) - 1997 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Kabia, Bai Lawyer (Male) - Abducted.
Kabia, Bashir A (Male) age 39 - 1997 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kabia,Emmanuel Sallieu (Male) age 46 - 1995 in Loko Massama, Port Loko -Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kabia, Foday (Male) - 1996 in Western Area - Abducted. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Kabia, Hawa (Female) - 1997 - Killed.
Kabia, Ibrahim (Male) age 19 - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kabia, Ibrahim (Male) age 30 - 1998 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Property looted. Abducted and detained.
Kabia, Ibrahim (Male) age 55 - 1996 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kabia, Idrissa (Male) - 1996 in Tane, Tonkolili - Property looted.
Kabia, Isatu (Female) - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kabia, Ishmail (Male) age 43 - 1998 in Kono - Displaced.
Kabia, Kadiatu (Female) - 1998 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Displaced.
Kabia, Kadie (Female) age 58 - 1996 - Displaced.
Kabia, Lamina (Male) - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Kabia, Mabinty (Female) - 1998 in Marampa, Port Loko - Killed.
Kabia, Mabinty (Female) - 1996 - Abducted.
Kabia, Mohamed (Male) age 18 - 1996 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced. Killed.
Kabia, Ramatu (Female) - 1999 - Displaced.
Kabia, Saidu (Male) - 1996 in Marampa, Port Loko - Killed.
Kabia, Salamatu (Female) age 45 - 1998 in Kono - Displaced.
Kabia, Sallay (Female) age 5 - 1996 - Abducted and detained.
Kabia, Santigie (Male) age 25 - 1999 in Port Loko - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kabia, Saudatu (Female) - Killed.
Kabia, Sheka (Male) age 27 - 1998 in Mambolo, Kambia - Tortured.
Kabia, Suba (Female) age 33 - 1997 - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kabia, Wolematu (Female) - Killed.
Kabindi, Tamba (Male) age 35 - 1998 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted. Tortured.
Kabinneh, Mohamed (Male) age 44 - 1994 - Displaced and extorted. Detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kadia, Amadu (Male) age 36 - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted.
Kadie, Lusene (Female) - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Killed.
Kafo, Komba (Male) - 1994 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Kafunor, Luseni (Male) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kagbada, Amadu Fomba (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Stripped. Killed.
Kagbadi, Aiah (Male) - 1992 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kagbendi, Komba (Male) - 1994 in Nimikoro, Kono - Killed.
Kai, Amadu (Male) age 27 - 1997 in Sittia, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kai, Isatu (Female) age 16 - 1998 in Nimiyama, Kono - Displaced.
Kai, James (Male) age 28 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Abducted and detained.
Kai, Joe (Male) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Kai, Lamin (Male) - 1997 in Bonthe - Abducted. Killed.
Kai, Lansana (Male) age 39 - 1997 in Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kai, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kai, Willie (Male) age 29 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kaida, Momodu (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Tortured.
Kaigbanja, Aiah (Male) age 31 - 1998 in Gbane, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kaigbanja, Komba (Male) - 1998 in Gbane, Kono - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Kaigbanja, Sahr (Male) age 61 - 1995 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kaigbanja, Samuel (Male) - 1995 - Killed.
Kaihun,Joseah (Male) age 54 - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Displaced,extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kaikai, Annie (Female) - 1991 - Displaced and property looted. Detained.
Kaikai, Ansumana (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Kaikai, Augusta (Female) age 31 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Kaikai, Baby (Female) age 47 - 1992 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kaikai, Josie Francis (Male) age 60 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kaikai, Mamako (Female) age 32 - 1993 in Wunde, Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Kaikai, Modibor (Male) age 33 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted.
Kaikai, Mohamed (Male) age 18 - 1998 in Western Area - Forced to labour.
Kaikai, Mustapha (Male) - 1991 - Killed.
Kaikai, Sarah (Female) age 38 - Displaced.
Kaikai, Susan (Female) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted.
Kaikai, Theresa (Female) age 16 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kaikordu, Kumba (Female) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property looted.
Kailie, Sia (Female) age 21 - 1992 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kailleydambo, John age 18 - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted. Tortured.
Kailondo, Sallu (Male) - 1995 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Property destroyed.
Kaimansa, Bockarie (Male) age 84 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced.
Kaimanu, Lavai (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kain Challeu, Joe (Male) - 1995 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Kainba, Amie (Female) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Tortured.
Kaindanah, Moinina (Male) age 30 - 1997 in Koya, Kenema - Assaulted.
Kaindaneh,Michael (Male) age 36 - 1995 in Dasse, Moyamba - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Kainday, Edmond (Male) - 1995 - Limb amputated.
Kaine, Alieu (Male) - Extorted.
Kaine, Boackrie (Male) age 95 - 1991 - Abducted and detained. Stripped. Killed.
Kaine, John (Male) - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Displaced.
Kainessie, Alice (Female) - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kainessie, Aye (Female) - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced.
Kainessie, Borbor (Male) - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kainessie, Choko (Female) age 23 - 1997 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kainessie, Janisa (Male) age 30 - Property looted. Abducted. Stripped.
Kainessie, Magai (Male) age 64 - 1997 - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kainessie, Mary (Female) - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kainessie, Tamba (Male) age 44 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kainessie, Yunisa (Male) - 1994 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Limb amputated.
Kairesie, Joseph (Male) age 24 - 1995 in Komboya, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kaisoh, Momoh (Male) - 1992 - Assaulted.
Kaitemoh, Jacob (Male) age 8 - 1995 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kaithibie, Regina (Female) - 1995 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Kaithibie, Sowo (Female) - 1995 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Kaitta, Ibrahim (Male) age 25 - 1999 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kaiwa, John (Male) age 25 - 1995 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kaiyada, Femusu (Female) age 38 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kaiyada, Sia (Female) age 28 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kajua, Fema (Female) age 6 - Assaulted.
Kajue, Albert (Male) age 60 - Displaced.
Kajue, Amie (Female) age 4 - Assaulted. Killed.
Kajue, Matu (Female) - Displaced.
Kakura, Musa (Male) age 13 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted. Assaulted.
Kalahun, Saffa (Male) - 1998 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Kalawa, Alhaji (Male) age 50 - 1998 in Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kalawa, Alimamy (Male) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Property looted and destroyed.
Kalawa, Amadu (Male) age 68 - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kalawa, Murray (Male) age 80 - 1998 in Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kalawa, Samba (Male) - 1998 in Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kalawa, Sebatu (Female) - Displaced.
Kalie, Alieu (Male) - 1995 - Property looted.
Kalie, Mohamed (Male) age 69 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kalie, Momoh (Male) - 1995 in Benducha, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kalilu, Mariama (Female) - 2000 in Kakua, Bo District - Tortured. Killed.
Kalilu, Vandy (Male) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Forced to labour.
Kallay, Abdul (Male) - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kallay, Foday Baimba (Male) age 11 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted.
Kallay, Hawa (Female) - 1998 - Limb amputated.
Kallay, Kaday (Female) - 1998 in Masungbala, Kambia - Property destroyed.
Kallay, Martha (Female) - 1998 - Abducted and detained.
Kallay, Sanniey (Male) age 38 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kallie, Eleanor (Female) age 56 - 1995 in Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kallie, Marrah (Male) - 1998 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kallie, Marrah (Male) age 66 - 2000 - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kalllon, Sellu (Male) - 1995 - Assaulted and tortured.
Kallon,Abdul (Male) age 33 - 1997 in Sittia, Bonthe - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kallon, Abdulai (Male) - 1995 in Peje, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Abdulai (Male) - Displaced.
Kallon, Abu (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kallon, Alhaji Abdulai (Male) - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kallon, Allieu (Male) - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kallon, Amadu (Male) age 68 - 1991 - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Amara (Male) age 33 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kallon, Aminata (Female) - Displaced.
Kallon, Baby (Female) - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Killed.
Kallon, Baindu (Female) age 26 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Bashiru Imuran (Male) - 1994 in Pujehun - Property looted. Killed.
Kallon, Betty (Female) age 70 - 1991 in Yawei, Kailahun - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Boakie (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Kallon, Bobor (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Kallon, Bockarie (Male) - 1996 in Baoma, Bo District - Limb amputated.
Kallon, Bockarie (Male) - 1997 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Kallon, Bockarie (Male) age 60 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Property looted. Abducted. Detained.
Kallon, Borbor (Male) age 24 - 1995 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Displaced.
Kallon, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Brima (Male) - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kallon, Brima (Male) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Property destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kallon, Brima (Male) age 25 - 1993 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced. Property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Brima (Male) age 29 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kallon, Brima (Male) age 37 - 1998 in Gaura, Kenema - Tortured.
Kallon,Brima (Male) age 53 - 1999 in Peje, Pujehun - Extorted and propertylooted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kallon, Brima (Male) age 64 - 1994 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kallon, Fanta (Female) - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kallon, Fatorma (Male) - 1994 in Barri, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Faturma (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Forced to labour. Killed.
Kallon, Foday (Male) - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Kallon, Foday (Male) age 14 - Displaced.
Kallon, Foday (Male) age 17 - 1997 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced.
Kallon, Foday (Male) age 49 - 1991 in Peje West, Kailahun - Property destroyed. Abducted.
Kallon, Foday (Male) age 73 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Kallon, George (Male) age 20 - 1997 in Nongowa, Kenema - Assaulted.
Kallon, Gibrilla (Male) - 1996 in Baoma, Bo District - Limb amputated.
Kallon, Hasawa (Male) age 7 - 1991 - Forced to labour. Killed.
Kallon, Hawa (Female) age 48 - 1993 in Yakemo-Kpukumu Krim, Pujehun - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kallon, Hawa (Female) age 68 - 1992 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced.
Kallon, Ibrahim (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Forced to labour. Tortured and stripped.
Kallon, Ibrahim (Male) - 1993 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kallon, Jebbeh (Female) - 1998 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Extorted. Tortured.
Kallon, Jeneba (Female) age 30 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Jeneba (Female) age 43 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Jeneba (Female) age 45 - 1992 in Soa, Kono - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kallon, Jenneh (Female) age 40 - 1991 in Peje, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Jitta Musu (Female) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kallon, Jusu (Male) age 59 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kallon, Kadiatu (Female) age 10 - 1993 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kallon, Kenei (Male) - 1994 in Barri, Pujehun - Property destroyed.
Kallon, Kula (Female) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Kallon, Kula (Female) - Killed.
Kallon, Kula (Female) - 1993 in Small Bo, Kenema - Killed.
Kallon, Kula (Female) - 1991 in Small Bo, Kenema - Killed.
Kallon, Kula (Female) age 27 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kallon, Lahai (Male) age 50 - 1991 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
Kallon, Lamin (Male) - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Killed.
Kallon, Lamina (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Kallon,Lansana (Male) age 19 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Kallon, Lansana (Male) age 37 - 1993 in Yakemo-Kpukumu Krim, Pujehun - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kallon, Lappia (Male) age 45 - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kallon, Mannah (Male) age 18 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced. Tortured. Killed.
Kallon, Mariama (Female) age 10 - 1991 - Displaced.
Kallon, Mariama (Female) age 12 - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Kallon, Mariama (Female) age 25 - 1997 in Dasse, Moyamba - Property destroyed.
Kallon, Mariama (Female) age 47 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Martha (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Massah (Female) age 25 - Killed.
Kallon, Massah (Female) age 40 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced.
Kallon, Matorma (Female) age 30 - 1998 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Kallon, Mohamed (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Extorted. Assaulted.
Kallon, Mohamed (Male) - Displaced. Killed.
Kallon, Mohamed (Male) - Property looted.
Kallon, Mohamed (Male) - 1991 in Sielenga, Bo District - Killed.
Kallon, Mohamed (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kallon, Mohamed (Male) - 1996 in Baoma, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kallon, Mohamed (Male) age 21 - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Kallon, Mohamed (Male) age 23 - 1992 in Dama, Kenema - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kallon,Mohamed (Male) age 34 - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Displaced andproperty looted. Detained. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Kallon, Mohamed (Male) age 44 - 1997 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kallon, Moigoa (Male) age 49 - 1991 in Gaura, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Kallon, Moina (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kallon, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted.
Kallon, Momoh (Male) age 6 - 1991 in Gaura, Kenema - Displaced.
Kallon, Momoh (Male) age 27 - 1992 in Tunkia, Kenema - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kallon, Momoh Sao (Male) age 54 - 1991 in Koya, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kallon, Mone (Male) age 33 - 1993 in Small Bo, Kenema - Displaced. Forced to labour. Killed.
Kallon, Morie (Male) age 56 - 1995 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Moses (Male) - 1998 in Dema, Bonthe - Property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Munda (Male) age 38 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kallon, Musa (Male) age 7 - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kallon, Musa (Male) age 23 - 1991 in Peje, Pujehun - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kallon, Musu (Female) - Property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Musu (Female) age 35 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kallon, Ngor Lahai (Male) - 1993 in Sowa, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kallon, Ousman (Male) - 1995 in Moyamba - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kallon, Ousman (Male) - 1994 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kallon, Ousman (Male) age 22 - 1992 in Gaura, Kenema - Displaced. Tortured and limb amputated.
Kallon, Patrick (Male) age 27 - 1997 in Gaura, Kenema - Abducted. Killed.
Kallon, Saffa (Male) age 60 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Kallon, Saidu (Male) - Property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Saidu (Male) age 11 - 1994 - Displaced.
Kallon, Saidu (Male) age 65 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kallon, Sam (Male) age 10 - Displaced. Tortured.
Kallon, Samoka (Male) - Displaced.
Kallon, Samu (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Kallon, Satta (Female) age 29 - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kallon, Sebatu (Female) age 12 - 1997 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kallon, Sellu M (Male) age 57 - 1993 in Kenema - Displaced.
Kallon, Shegbe (Female) - 1991 in Sielenga, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Killed.
Kallon, Sheku (Male) age 46 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kallon, Shenge (Male) - 1994 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Kallon, Sowie (Female) age 29 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced.
Kallon, Steven (Male) - 1994 in Malen, Pujehun - Tortured.
Kallon, Tenneh (Female) age 22 - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kallon, Vandi (Male) age 45 - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Vandi (Male) age 55 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kallon, Vandi (Male) age 70 - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Kallon, Yambasu (Male) age 28 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kallon-Fallay, Amie (Female) age 28 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kalokoh, Abdul (Male) - Assaulted.
Kalokoh, Abdulai (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kalokoh, Abu (Male) age 28 - 1997 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed. Detained. Tortured.
Kalokoh, Adama (Female) age 26 - 1997 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kalokoh, Alimamy (Male) age 19 - 1997 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kalokoh, Bashiru (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kalokoh, Borma (Female) age 66 - 1998 in Bombali - Displaced.
Kalokoh, Brima (Male) age 55 - 1996 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Abducted. Killed.
Kalokoh, Fatmata (Female) - 1998 - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kalokoh, Ibrahim (Male) age 21 - 1998 in Western Area - Killed.
Kalokoh, Issa (Male) - Limb amputated.
Kalokoh, Issa (Male) age 31 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property looted.
Kalokoh, Mahmoud (Male) age 25 - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Kalokoh, Mohamed (Male) - 1999 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kalokoh, Ramatu (Female) age 19 - 1999 in Western Area - Forced to labour.
Kalokoh, Sullay (Male) age 15 - 1999 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kama, Morie (Male) age 22 - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamanda, Abu (Male) - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Tortured.
Kamanda, Albert (Male) age 42 - 1995 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Displaced.
Kamanda, Alpha (Male) - 1995 in Bagbo, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamanda, Baby (Male) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamanda, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamanda, Fea (Female) age 8 - 1997 in Nimikoro, Kono - Assaulted.
Kamanda, Finda (Female) - 1997 in Nimikoro, Kono - Killed.
Kamanda, Finda (Female) age 11 - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamanda, Humu (Female) - 1994 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced.
Kamanda, Jeneba (Female) age 28 - 1993 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced.
Kamanda, Jenneh (Female) - Killed.
Kamanda, Jonathan (Male) age 64 - 1994 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamanda, Joseph (Male) age 45 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kamanda, Kaddi (Female) - 1996 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamanda, Kai (Male) - 1997 in Nimikoro, Kono - Killed.
Kamanda, Kondewa (Male) - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamanda, Kumba (Female) - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamanda, Kumba (Female) age 50 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced.
Kamanda, Lucy (Female) age 47 - 1996 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamanda, Mathew (Male) age 16 - Abducted and detained.
Kamanda, Prince (Male) age 7 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kamanda, Samuel (Male) - 1995 in Dasse, Moyamba - Detained.
Kamanda, Sao (Female) - 1992 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamanda, Sembo (Male) - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Forced to labour. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamanda, Tamba (Male) age 53 - 1994 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamanda, Tamba (Male) age 72 - 1995 in Kono - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Tortured and limb amputated.
Kamanda, Tamba (Male) age 73 - 1995 in Gbense, Kono - Detained. Limb amputated.
Kamanda, Vic (Male) - 1996 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamanda, Wuya (Female) age 28 - 1991 - Abducted and detained.
Kamanda, Yaya (Male) age 34 - 1992 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced. Forced to participate in an act of cannibalism.
Kamanda-Koiriwa, Peter (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, A.F. (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Kamara, Abass (Male) - 2000 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Abass (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Abass (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Abass (Male) age 31 - 1997 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara,Abass (Male) age 61 - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Property looted anddestroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Abdoulaye (Male) - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Abdul (Male) - 1998 in Marampa, Port Loko - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Abdul (Male) - 1995 - Property looted. Killed.
Kamara, Abdul (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted. Killed.
Kamara, Abdul (Male) age 9 - 1997 in Western Area - Limb amputated.
Kamara, Abdul (Male) age 14 - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Abdul (Male) age 29 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced.
Kamara, Abdul (Male) age 34 - 1994 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Abdul (Male) age 35 - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Abdul (Male) age 46 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Abdul (Male) age 52 - 1995 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Abdul Rahaman (Male) - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Abdul Rahman (Male) age 25 - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Abdul Raman (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Tortured and limb amputated. Killed.
Kamara, Abdul Saidu (Male) age 30 - 1995 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Abdulah (Male) - 1998 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) - 1995 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced. Tortured.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) - 1993 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) - 2000 - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) - 1994 in Bagbo, Bo District - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) - 1996 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Abducted.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) - 1999 - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) age 22 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) age 28 - 1995 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) age 31 - 1998 in Maforki, Port Loko - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) age 51 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) age 63 - 1998 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Abdulai (Male) age 66 - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Abdulai Bobor (Male) age 57 - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Abi (Female) age 19 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Abibatu (Female) - 1999 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara, Abibu (Male) age 58 - 1999 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Abu (Male) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Abu (Male) - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Abu (Male) - 1993 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kamara, Abu (Male) - 2000 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Abu (Male) - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Abu (Male) - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Abu (Male) - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Abu (Male) - Killed.
Kamara, Abu (Male) - Displaced.
Kamara, Abu (Male) - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara, Abu (Male) age 12 - 1996 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced. Tortured.
Kamara, Abu (Male) age 16 - 1999 - Displaced. Tortured.
Kamara, Abu (Male) age 22 - 1998 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Abu (Male) age 22 - 1997 in Mambolo, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Abu (Male) age 25 - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Abu (Male) age 30 - 1999 - Displaced.
Kamara, Abu (Male) age 34 - 1998 - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Abu (Male) age 35 - 1994 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Abducted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Abu (Male) age 38 - 1995 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Abu (Male) age 42 - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Abu (Male) age 62 - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Abu Bakarr (Male) - 1997 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Assaulted, tortured and limb amputated.
Kamara, Abu Bakarr (Male) - Extorted.
Kamara, Abu Bakarr (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kamara, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 6 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 9 - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 26 - 1998 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Extorted. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 30 - 1994 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 31 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 37 - Extorted.
Kamara, Abu Loko (Male) - 1996 in Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Adama (Female) - 1992 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kamara, Adama (Female) - Displaced.
Kamara, Adama (Female) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara, Adama (Female) - 1998 in Western Area - Abducted.
Kamara, Adama (Female) age 6 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Kamara, Adama (Female) age 15 - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Adama (Female) age 17 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Adama (Female) age 25 - 2000 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Kamara, Adama (Female) age 30 - 1998 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Adama (Female) age 40 - 1998 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Adama (Female) age 54 - 1994 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Adamsay (Female) - 1996 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured and limb amputated.
Kamara, Adamsay (Female) - 1999 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Adbakakie (Male) age 32 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kamara,Adekalie Sheku (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko -Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Adikalie (Male) - 1998 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Limb amputated.
Kamara, Adikalie (Male) - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Adikalie (Male) - 1995 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara, Adikalie (Male) age 27 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Adikalie Amara (Male) age 70 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Adikalie A (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Ahamdu (Male) age 32 - 1999 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Extorted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Ahamed (Male) age 5 - 1999 in Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara, Ahmed (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Kamara, Ahmed (Male) - 1996 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Kamara, Albert (Male) - 2000 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Alex (Male) age 55 - 1999 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Alfred (Male) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Alfred (Male) age 30 - Killed.
Kamara, Alfred (Male) age 38 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Alhaji (Male) - 1999 in Bureh, Port Loko - Killed.
Kamara, Alhaji (Male) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Alhaji (Male) - Killed.
Kamara, Alhaji (Male) age 1 - 1997 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Tortured.
Kamara, Alhaji (Male) age 22 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kamara, Alhaji Alimamy (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Alhaji Mohamed (Male) age 54 - 1994 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Alhaji Moyne Musa (Male) - 1999 - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Alhaji Musa (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Kamara, Alhaji Musa (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kamara, Alhaji Salif (Male) age 40 - 1999 in Benducha, Bonthe - Extorted. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Alhaji Sheku (Male) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Alhaji Tellizo (Male) - 1999 in Tambakka, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Alhassan (Male) age 35 - Property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Alice (Female) age 35 - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Alie (Male) - 1995 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Assaulted.
Kamara, Alie (Male) - 1999 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Abducted.
Kamara, Alie (Male) - 1999 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Alie (Male) - 2000 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Alie (Male) age 15 - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Alie (Male) age 25 - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Alie (Male) age 31 - 1998 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Alie (Male) age 35 - 1995 in Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Alie (Male) age 39 - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Alie (Male) age 40 - 1999 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Alieu (Male) - 1995 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Forced to labour. Killed.
Kamara, Alieu (Male) age 48 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) - 1993 in Kono - Displaced.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) - 1997 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) - Displaced.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) - 2000 - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) - 1991 - Killed.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) - 1999 in Briama, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) age 27 - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) age 27 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) age 36 - 2000 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) age 40 - 1992 in Samu, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara,Alimamy (Male) age 51 - 1993 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced, extortedand property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara,Alimamy (Male) age 55 - 1999 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) age 56 - 1996 in Kissi Teng, Kailahun - Extorted. Detained.
Kamara, Alimamy (Male) age 86 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Allie (Male) - 2000 - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Allieu (Male) - 1999 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Allieu (Male) - 1991 - Killed.
Kamara, Alpha (Male) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Alpha (Male) - 1999 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Displaced.
Kamara, Alpha (Male) - 1995 in Dibia, Port Loko - Abducted.
Kamara, Alpha (Male) - 1998 - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Alpha (Male) - 1995 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Alpha (Male) - 1996 - Forced to labour.
Kamara,Alpha (Male) age 18 - 1995 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Alpha (Male) age 22 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Alpha (Male) age 24 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Alpha (Male) age 40 - 1999 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Alpha Alie (Male) age 57 - 2000 - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Alpha O (Male) age 55 - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Alpha Sullayman (Male) age 64 - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kamara, Aluba (Male) - Tortured.
Kamara, Alusanie (Male) age 73 - Displaced and extorted.
Kamara, Alusine (Male) - 1999 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Property destroyed. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Alusine (Male) - 1998 in Nimiyama, Kono - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Alusine (Male) age 29 - 1997 in Kakua, Bo District - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Alusine (Male) age 34 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Alusine (Male) age 35 - 1998 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Alusine (Male) age 36 - 1998 in Kono - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Alusine (Male) age 41 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Kamara, Alusine (Male) age 67 - 1999 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Extorted and property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Amadu (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Amadu (Male) - 1992 - Killed.
Kamara, Amadu (Male) age 10 - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara, Amadu (Male) age 13 - 1998 in Maforki, Port Loko - Forced to labour. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Kamara, Amadu (Male) age 41 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kamara, Amadu (Male) age 54 - 1999 in Marampa, Port Loko - Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Amadu (Male) age 59 - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kamara, Amadu (Male) age 60 - 1998 - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Amadu (Male) age 70 - 1998 in Masungbala, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Amadu Sorie (Male) age 42 - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Amadu Yannkay (Male) - 1999 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Assaulted.
Kamara, Amara (Male) - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Property destroyed. Limb amputated.
Kamara, Amara (Male) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara, Amara (Male) age 15 - 1995 in Marampa, Port Loko - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Amara (Male) age 31 - 1995 in Briama, Kambia - Abducted.
Kamara,Amara (Male) age 60 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kamara, Amara (Male) age 82 - 1999 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Amidu (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Amidu (Male) age 47 - Property looted.
Kamara, Amie (Female) - 1997 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Abducted. Killed.
Kamara, Amie (Female) - 1998 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Amie (Female) - 1997 in Sowa, Pujehun - Killed.
Kamara, Amie (Female) age 47 - 1992 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Amie (Female) age 48 - 1994 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) - 1996 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) - 1994 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Property looted and destroyed. Detained. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Tortured.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) - 1999 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) - Displaced.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) - 2000 - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) age 7 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) age 13 - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) age 22 - 1997 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) age 24 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) age 28 - 1999 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) age 30 - 1998 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) age 30 - 1999 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) age 34 - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Aminata (Female) age 37 - 1991 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Displaced.
Kamara, Anaque (Male) - 1998 in Mambolo, Kambia - Property looted.
Kamara, Andrew (Male) age 28 - 1994 in Nimikoro, Kono - Killed.
Kamara, Ansumana (Male) - 1993 in Mano Sakrim, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Ansumana (Male) - 1998 - Displaced.
Kamara,Ansumana (Male) age 32 - 1996 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced,extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Ansumana (Male) age 37 - 1991 - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Ansumana (Male) age 52 - 1991 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara,Ansumana (Male) age 57 - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced. Abductedand detained. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Kamara, Aruna (Male) age 36 - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Assana (Male) - 1997 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Augusta M. (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Aye (Female) - 1998 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Baalay (Male) age 20 - 2000 in Masungbala, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara, Baba (Male) - 1999 in Bureh, Port Loko - Killed.
Kamara, Baby (Female) age 25 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Baby Jay (Female) age 15 - 1998 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Killed.
Kamara, Bai (Male) - 1995 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Bai (Male) - 1997 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Detained.
Kamara, Bai (Male) age 34 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Kamara, Bai Bai (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Bai Bureh (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Baimba (Male) age 57 - 1997 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Baimba (Male) age 66 - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Bainba (Male) - 1998 - Displaced.
Kamara, Baio Serry (Male) age 20 - 1997 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Balla (Male) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Balla (Male) age 53 - 1998 - Property looted. Abducted.
Kamara, Bampaya (Male) age 25 - 1999 in Magbema, Kambia - Abducted.
Kamara, Bana (Male) age 25 - 1998 in Dembelia Sinkunia, Koinadugu - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Bangalie (Male) age 50 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Baromi (Female) - Displaced.
Kamara, Bassie (Male) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Benjamin (Male) age 41 - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Bockarie (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Bockarie (Male) - Killed.
Kamara, Bockarie (Male) age 32 - 1996 in Bonthe - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Bona (Male) age 52 - 1991 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Bornoh (Male) age 27 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Bowarah (Female) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Boya (Male) - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Braima (Male) - 1995 in Dodo, Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Brima (Male) - 1999 in Tinkatupa Maka Saffoko, Port Loko - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Brima (Male) - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Brima (Male) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Abducted. Killed.
Kamara, Brima (Male) - 1992 in Peje, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Brima (Male) - 1995 - Displaced. Abducted.
Kamara, Brima (Male) - Killed.
Kamara, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Peje West, Kailahun - Killed.
Kamara, Brima (Male) - 2000 in Masungbala, Kambia - Extorted and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Brima (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Brima (Male) age 2 - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Killed.
Kamara, Brima (Male) age 5 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Kamara, Brima (Male) age 18 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Brima (Male) age 31 - 1991 - Displaced.
Kamara, Brima (Male) age 37 - 1995 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara, Brima (Male) age 38 - 1995 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Brima (Male) age 56 - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Abducted.
Kamara, Brima (Male) age 67 - 1995 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Brima (Male) age 70 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced.
Kamara, Brima Nuru (Male) age 47 - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced.
Kamara, Brima Yamba (Male) age 33 - 1999 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Bullu (Female) age 55 - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Property looted.
Kamara, Bundu (Female) - 1999 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kamara, Bundu (Male) age 49 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Kamara, Cecilia (Female) age 51 - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Displaced.
Kamara, Charles (Male) - 1997 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Chernor (Male) - 1997 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Chernor (Male) - 1999 in Magbema, Kambia - Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Chernor (Male) age 62 - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Damba (Male) age 6 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Limb amputated.
Kamara, Danda (Male) age 43 - 2000 in Magbema, Kambia - Extorted. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Daniel (Male) - 1991 - Extorted and property destroyed.
Kamara, Darba (Female) - 1998 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Kamara, Dauda (Male) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Dauda (Male) age 59 - 1999 in Kambia - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Dauda (Male) age 67 - 1995 in Kenema - Displaced.
Kamara,David Prince (Male) age 36 - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu -Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Demba (Male) age 55 - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Digba (Female) age 56 - 1998 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Dunu (Male) age 36 - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Earnest (Male) age 41 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Eddie (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Edmond (Male) age 45 - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Edward (Male) - 1996 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamara, Edward (Male) - 1997 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Kamara, Elvis (Male) age 31 - 1999 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Kamara, Emma (Female) age 26 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kamara, Emmah (Female) age 40 - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Property looted.
Kamara, Emmanuel (Male) age 2 - 1998 - Abducted.
Kamara, Emmanuel (Male) age 33 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Ernest (Male) age 60 - 1998 in Kono - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Esther (Female) - 1994 - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Evelyn (Male) age 37 - 1992 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Kamara, Fagberie (Male) age 41 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Faiah (Male) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Killed.
Kamara, Fakulay (Male) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Fanta (Female) age 33 - 1997 - Displaced and extorted.
Kamara, Fatalay (Male) - 1999 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Kamara, Fatima (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kamara, Fatima (Female) age 14 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Killed.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) - 1996 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) - 1997 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Abducted. Killed.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) - 1996 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Extorted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) - Displaced.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) - 1998 - Abducted.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) - 1995 - Extorted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) - 1992 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) age 15 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured and limb amputated.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) age 20 - 1995 in Diang, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) age 21 - 1998 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Displaced.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) age 22 - 1998 - Detained.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) age 24 - Displaced.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) age 32 - 1995 in Masungbala, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) age 39 - 1997 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) age 52 - 1995 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Extorted and property destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Fatmata (Female) age 65 - 1992 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Fatu (Female) age 51 - 1994 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Fayiah (Male) age 27 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Killed.
Kamara, Ferenkeh (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Kamara, Filla (Female) - 1998 in Dembelia Sinkunia, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Kamara, Finnah (Female) age 28 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kamara, Florence (Female) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - 1998 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Limb amputated.
Kamara,Foday (Male) - 1999 in Dibia, Port Loko - Displaced and property lootedand destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - Extorted and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - 1998 - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - Killed.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - Property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Property destroyed. Limb amputated.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - Displaced and property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - 1995 in Koya, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - 2000 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Foday (Male) - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara, Foday (Male) age 15 - Displaced.
Kamara, Foday (Male) age 23 - 1999 - Killed.
Kamara, Foday (Male) age 25 - 1997 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Kamara, Foday (Male) age 28 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Foday (Male) age 35 - Displaced.
Kamara, Foday (Male) age 35 - 1995 in Briama, Kambia - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Foday (Male) age 37 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted. Killed.
Kamara, Foday (Male) age 42 - 1994 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Foday (Male) age 56 - 1998 - Property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Kamara, Foday (Male) age 56 - 1998 in Masungbala, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara, Foday (Male) age 65 - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Foday (Male) age 75 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kamara, Foday Mohamed (Male) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Foday Saidu (Male) - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara, Fodie (Male) age 69 - 1994 in Langorama, Kenema - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Fodie Jeneba (Male) age 75 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
Kamara, Fodie Momodu (Male) age 80 - Killed.
Kamara,Fomba (Male) age 31 - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Fonnie (Male) age 26 - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Francis (Male) age 38 - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Fudia (Female) age 21 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Fudie (Male) - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Assaulted.
Kamara, Gbassay (Female) - 1999 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamara, Gbassay (Male) age 13 - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Gbassy (Male) - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Gbenu (Female) age 30 - 1997 in Sowa, Pujehun - Killed.
Kamara, Gbessay (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Gbessay (Female) age 30 - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Gboyah (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Gibrilla (Male) - Tortured.
Kamara, Gibrilla (Male) age 21 - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Gibrilla (Male) age 32 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kamara, Haja Mariama (Female) age 23 - 1998 in Maforki, Port Loko - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Hamed B (Male) age 35 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Detained. Killed.
Kamara, Hanan - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kamara,Hasana (Male) age 49 - 1995 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Displaced,extorted and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) - 1999 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) - 1993 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) age 10 - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) age 13 - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) age 15 - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) age 21 - 1997 in Maforki, Port Loko - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) age 32 - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) age 35 - 2000 - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) age 35 - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) age 36 - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) age 51 - 1999 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Hassan (Male) age 54 - 1996 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara,Hassan (Male) age 56 - 1998 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Hassan Mantama (Male) - 1998 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Property looted.
Kamara, Hassan Y (Male) - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Hassana (Male) - 1999 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Abducted. Tortured.
Kamara, Hassana (Male) - 1999 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Hassana (Male) - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara,Hassana (Male) age 28 - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Property lootedand destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Hassana (Male) age 33 - 1999 in Kambia - Forced to labour. Killed.
Kamara, Hassana (Male) age 58 - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Hawa (Female) - 1996 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted. Killed.
Kamara, Hawa (Female) - 1991 - Displaced.
Kamara, Hawa (Female) - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Hawa (Female) age 7 - 1993 in Sowa, Pujehun - Abducted.
Kamara, Hawa (Female) age 24 - 1998 - Extorted. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Hawa (Female) age 28 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Hawa (Female) age 31 - 1992 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Hawa (Female) age 40 - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Hawa (Female) age 47 - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Hawa (Female) age 48 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted. Detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Henry (Male) age 15 - 1995 - Killed.
Kamara, Heteh (Male) age 61 - 1997 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Hippo (Male) - 1998 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Humu (Female) age 15 - Forced to labour. Killed.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) - 1998 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) - Abducted.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) - 1997 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) - 1997 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Limb amputated. Killed.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) age 10 - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) age 20 - Extorted. Assaulted.
Kamara,Ibrahim (Male) age 23 - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced andproperty looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) age 24 - 1999 in Marampa, Port Loko - Displaced. Detained.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) age 29 - 1997 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) age 29 - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) age 30 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) age 35 - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) age 41 - 1991 in Baoma, Bo District - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Ibrahim (Male) age 50 - 1998 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Ibrahim Sorie (Male) age 11 - 1995 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara, Ibrahima (Male) - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Idrissa (Male) - 1994 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Idrissa (Male) age 25 - 1991 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Kamara,Idrissa (Male) age 35 - 1994 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Propertylooted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Imam Abu Bakarr (Male) - 2000 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Imar (Female) age 36 - 1999 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Property destroyed. Abducted.
Kamara, Isata (Female) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Isata (Female) age 20 - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced and extorted.
Kamara, Isata (Female) age 21 - 1995 - Displaced.
Kamara, Isata (Female) age 57 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Isatou (Female) - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Abducted.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) - 1995 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) - 1996 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) - 1995 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) - 1993 - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) - 1998 - Displaced.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) - 1999 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) age 10 - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) age 20 - 1998 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) age 20 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) age 25 - Killed.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) age 29 - 1999 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamara,Isatu (Female) age 31 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured and limb amputated.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) age 41 - 1998 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kamara, Isatu (Female) age 44 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Kamara, Ishamel (Male) - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Ishmaila (Male) - 1997 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Islam (Male) age 29 - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Ismeah (Male) - 1997 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Issa (Male) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Limb amputated.
Kamara, Issa Konie (Male) - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Issata (Female) age 3 - 1992 in Western Area - Displaced. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Iye (Female) - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Iye (Female) - 1995 - Displaced.
Kamara, Iye (Female) - 1992 - Property looted.
Kamara, Iye (Female) - 1994 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Iye (Female) age 10 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Jacinta (Female) age 11 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Jaiah (Male) age 40 - 1993 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted.
Kamara, James (Male) - Displaced.
Kamara,James (Male) age 28 - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced andextorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Kamara, Jariatu (Female) age 64 - 1996 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced.
Kamara, Jaye (Female) age 15 - 1993 - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Jebbeh (Female) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Jeneba (Female) - 1991 in Baoma, Bo District - Assaulted.
Kamara, Jeneba (Female) age 41 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Jenneh (Female) age 80 - 1993 - Displaced.
Kamara,Jerrimaia (Male) age 35 - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu -Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Jestina (Female) age 67 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Joe (Male) - 1998 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, John (Male) - 1992 - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, John (Male) age 12 - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted. Stripped. Killed.
Kamara, John (Male) age 22 - 1997 in Kono - Displaced and extorted. Stripped.
Kamara, John (Male) age 26 - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara,John (Male) age 27 - 1998 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Displacedand property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, John (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara,John (Male) age 42 - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and stripped.
Kamara, John (Male) age 49 - 1998 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, John (Male) age 72 - 1995 - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara,John Daniel (Male) age 44 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Joseph (Male) - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Joseph (Male) age 12 - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted. Stripped. Killed.
Kamara, Joseph (Male) age 26 - 1994 in Mambolo, Kambia - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Joseph (Male) age 34 - 1998 - Displaced.
Kamara, Joseph (Male) age 46 - 1999 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Juanna (Male) age 60 - 1991 in Simbaru, Kenema - Detained. Killed.
Kamara, Juma (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Jusufu (Male) age 37 - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Kabba (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Kaday (Female) age 31 - 1994 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) - 1999 - Abducted.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) - 1998 in Kambia - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 15 - Displaced.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 15 - 1999 - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 18 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Abducted.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 19 - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 22 - 1992 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 22 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 25 - 1998 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 27 - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 31 - 1999 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 33 - 2000 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 36 - 1994 in Nimiyama, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 37 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 40 - 1998 in Bombali - Displaced. Abducted.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 40 - 1999 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Property destroyed. Abducted. Tortured and limb amputated.
Kamara,Kadiatu (Female) age 42 - 1996 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili -Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Kadiatu (Female) age 45 - 1996 in Dia, Kailahun - Killed.
Kamara, Kadimodu (Male) - 1999 in Tambakka, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Kainemanu (Male) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Kalay (Male) age 59 - 1999 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Displaced and extorted. Abducted. Tortured and stripped.
Kamara, Kalibah (Male) age 13 - 1999 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Kalilu (Male) age 27 - 2000 - Abducted and detained.
Kamara,Kallatu (Female) age 57 - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced, extortedand property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Tortured.
Kamara,Kallay (Male) age 38 - 1998 in Kono - Displaced and extorted. Abductedand detained. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Kamara, Kallon (Male) - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Kamanda (Male) - Displaced.
Kamara, Kananday (Female) age 65 - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Kandeh (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Kamara, Kandeh (Male) - 1999 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Kanku (Female) age 55 - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Kapr (Male) - 1998 in Bombali - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Kapri (Male) - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Abducted.
Kamara, Karankay (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted. Killed.
Kamara, Karifa (Male) - 1998 - Abducted. Killed.
Kamara, Karifala (Male) - 1998 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Karifala (Male) age 10 - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Killed.
Kamara,Karim (Male) age 56 - 1995 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Karmoh (Male) - Limb amputated.
Kamara, Kathy (Female) - 1997 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Kattie (Male) - 1996 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Keh (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kamara,Keifala (Male) age 30 - 1991 in Peje West, Kailahun - Displaced,extorted and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Kamara, Keilei (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Kamara, Kekura (Male) age 30 - 1991 in Wunde, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Kelfala (Male) - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Killed.
Kamara, Kelfalah (Male) age 62 - 1994 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Kelpha (Male) - 1998 in Kambia - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Kesima (Male) - 1994 in Neini, Koinadugu - Killed.
Kamara, Kolakoh (Male) age 58 - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Killed.
Kamara, Kolanko (Male) age 16 - 1998 - Killed.
Kamara, Kole (Male) age 75 - 1998 in Tinkatupa Maka Saffoko, Port Loko - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Koleh (Male) age 53 - 2000 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Kolleh (Male) age 7 - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Koloneh (Female) age 31 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Abducted. Killed.
Kamara, Komrabai (Male) - 2000 in Masungbala, Kambia - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Kona (Female) - 1991 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Konbah (Male) - 1998 in Tonkolili - Forced to labour. Killed.
Kamara, Kondeh (Male) - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Konsoh (Female) - 1999 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Kortor (Male) - 1991 - Abducted. Killed.
Kamara, Kortor (Male) age 40 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Kosaroh (Female) - Killed.
Kamara, Kotor (Male) - 1993 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kamara, Kula (Female) - 1993 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Kumba (Female) - 1998 - Displaced.
Kamara, Lahai (Male) - Killed.
Kamara, Lahai (Male) - 1991 in Wandor, Kenema - Property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Lahai (Male) age 27 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Lahai (Male) age 49 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Lahai (Male) age 54 - 1994 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Displaced.
Kamara, Lamarana (Female) age 37 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Lamin (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Property looted.
Kamara, Lamin (Male) age 15 - 1992 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced.
Kamara,Lamin (Male) age 27 - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced,extorted and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Lamin (Male) age 31 - 1995 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Lamin (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Lamin (Male) age 42 - 2000 in Masungbala, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Lamin (Male) age 42 - 2000 in Briama, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Lamin (Male) age 47 - Displaced.
Kamara, Lamina (Male) - 1996 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamara, Lamina (Male) - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Lamina (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Lamina (Male) age 16 - Killed.
Kamara, Lamina (Male) age 70 - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Property looted.
Kamara, Lamina (Male) age 80 - 2000 in Briama, Kambia - Extorted.
Kamara, Lamina Maya (Male) age 70 - 2000 in Masungbala, Kambia - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Lamrana (Female) - 1994 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Lansana (Male) - 1996 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamara, Lansana (Male) - 1997 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Lansana (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Limana (Male) age 65 - 1996 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Loko (Male) - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Loko (Male) - 1995 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Lombay (Male) - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Luba (Female) - 1995 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Lusainie (Male) age 69 - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Maama (Female) - Displaced.
Kamara, Mabinty (Female) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Mabinty (Female) - 1993 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Mabinty (Female) - 1996 - Abducted. Killed.
Kamara, Mabinty (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Mabinty (Female) age 30 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Mabinty (Female) age 45 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Maboado (Female) age 73 - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamara, Mafai (Male) age 47 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Mafere (Female) - Displaced.
Kamara, Mafere (Female) - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Assaulted.
Kamara, Mahawa (Female) - Displaced.
Kamara, Mahmoud (Male) - 1999 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Mahmoud (Male) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Mahmoud (Male) - Displaced.
Kamara, Maikaba (Male) age 22 - 1999 in Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Mamadu (Male) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Mamadu (Male) - 1995 in Dasse, Moyamba - Property looted. Killed.
Kamara, Mamako (Female) - Killed.
Kamara, Mambundu (Male) - 1994 in Dama, Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Mamiseh (Female) - 1998 - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Mamoua (Male) - 1999 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Mamuru - 1998 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Mane (Male) - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Marah (Male) - 1998 in Masungbala, Kambia - Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Marco (Male) - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Mardo (Male) age 10 - 1997 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Margaret (Female) - 1992 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Margrette (Female) - 1998 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Kamara, Mariama (Female) - 2000 in Masungbala, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara, Mariama age 13 - 1992 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Mariama (Female) age 15 - 1994 - Displaced.
Kamara, Mariama (Female) age 27 - 1999 - Displaced.
Kamara, Mariatu (Female) - 1996 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured and limb amputated.
Kamara, Mariatu (Female) - 1997 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Mariatu (Female) age 12 - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Mariatu (Female) age 15 - 1999 - Displaced.
Kamara, Marie (Female) - 1999 in Bureh, Port Loko - Killed.
Kamara, Marie (Female) - 1999 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Marie (Female) - 1995 - Displaced. Abducted.
Kamara, Marie (Female) - Killed.
Kamara, Marie (Female) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Marie (Female) - 1994 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced. Tortured.
Kamara, Marie (Female) - 1999 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Marie (Female) age 37 - 1998 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Marie (Female) age 46 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Kamara, Marie (Female) age 57 - 1995 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Tortured.
Kamara, Marima (Female) - Displaced.
Kamara, Mariray (Female) - 1999 - Abducted.
Kamara, Martha (Female) age 16 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour and drugged. Tortured.
Kamara, Martha (Female) age 43 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced.
Kamara, Mary (Female) - Displaced.
Kamara, Mary (Female) age 27 - 1995 in Tunkia, Kenema - Tortured.
Kamara, Masain (Female) - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Maseray (Female) age 85 - Tortured.
Kamara, Maseray A. (Female) age 30 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Massa (Female) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Massah (Female) age 37 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Massah (Female) age 65 - 1997 in Dama, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Mathawa (Female) age 40 - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Mathew (Male) age 58 - 1994 in Nongowa, Kenema - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Matta (Female) age 52 - 1991 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced. Detained.
Kamara, Mawa May (Female) age 13 - 1991 - Extorted.
Kamara, Maya (Female) age 72 - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Mbalu (Female) - 1993 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Mbalu (Male) - 1998 in Kambia - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Mbalu (Female) age 10 - 1998 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara, Mbalu (Female) age 12 - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Mbalu (Female) age 37 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Mbawai (Male) - 1994 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kamara, Memuna (Female) - 1997 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Limb amputated.
Kamara, Memuna (Female) age 24 - 1999 - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Memuna (Female) age 39 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Memunatu (Female) - 1997 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Abducted. Limb amputated.
Kamara, Memunatu (Female) - 1995 in Masungbala, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Memunatu (Female) age 24 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Merra (Female) age 26 - 1998 in Koinadugu - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Messie (Female) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Michael Abu (Male) age 20 - 1995 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Mimi (Female) - 1995 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - 1993 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - 1998 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Abducted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - 1999 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Displaced.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - Killed.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - 2000 - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - 1998 - Property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - Killed.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - Extorted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Property destroyed. Limb amputated.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - 1997 in Gaura, Kenema - Detained. Killed.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 7 - 1992 in Gbane, Kono - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 7 - 1997 in Kakua, Bo District - Assaulted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 10 - 1999 in Moyamba - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 14 - 1997 - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 15 - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 19 - 1992 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced. Tortured.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 20 - 1992 in Nimiyama, Kono - Displaced. Abducted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 20 - 1996 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 20 - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced. Tortured.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 25 - 1998 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 25 - Property looted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 27 - 1999 - Displaced. Tortured.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 28 - 1995 - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 30 - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 30 - 1995 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 33 - 1995 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara,Mohamed (Male) age 33 - 1991 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 34 - 1992 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 34 - 1998 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 35 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 35 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 36 - 1997 - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 36 - 1998 in Mambolo, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 38 - 2000 - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 40 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 40 - 1992 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 45 - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 45 - 1998 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kamara,Mohamed (Male) age 46 - 1999 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displacedand property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 48 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 55 - 1997 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 56 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Kamara, Mohamed (Male) age 76 - 1995 - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Mohamed Abu (Male) age 19 - 1999 in Kambia - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara,Mohamed Basir (Male) age 62 - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili -Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Detained.
Kamara, Mohamed Bella (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Mohamed Lamin (Male) age 34 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Moi Lahai (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Moigboi (Male) - 1997 - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Moigieh (Male) age 36 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Kamara, Moigua (Male) age 31 - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Killed.
Kamara, Moijueh (Male) - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Extorted. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Moikuwa (Female) age 24 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Kamara, Moinina (Male) - Displaced. Tortured.
Kamara, Mojamie (Male) age 90 - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Momodie (Male) - 1998 in Dembelia Sinkunia, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Kamara, Momodu (Male) - 1998 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Momodu (Male) - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Assaulted.
Kamara, Momodu (Male) - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Momodu (Male) - 1998 in Koinadugu - Displaced.
Kamara, Momodu (Male) - 2000 in Baoma, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Momodu (Male) age 17 - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Extorted. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Momodu (Male) age 27 - 1998 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Kamara, Momodu (Male) age 29 - 1998 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Momodu (Male) age 30 - 1998 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Momodu (Male) age 39 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Momodu (Male) age 43 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Momoh (Male) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Momoh (Male) - 1998 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Momoh (Male) - Assaulted.
Kamara, Momoh (Male) - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Momoh (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Momoh (Male) age 22 - 1997 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Momoh (Male) age 25 - Assaulted.
Kamara, Momoh (Male) age 35 - 1997 in Western Area - Extorted.
Kamara, Momoh (Male) age 49 - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Extorted and property looted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Momoh (Male) age 60 - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara,Momoh B (Male) age 31 - 1991 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured andstripped.
Kamara, Momolie (Male) - 1998 - Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Monday (Female) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Moray (Male) - 1999 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Property looted.
Kamara, Morlai (Male) - 1996 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Morlai (Male) - 1998 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Morlai (Male) - 1999 in Tambakka, Bombali - Assaulted.
Kamara, Morlai (Male) - 1994 - Killed.
Kamara, Morlai (Male) - 1999 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Morlai (Male) - 1998 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Morlai (Male) - 1999 in Magbema, Kambia - Abducted.
Kamara, Morlai (Male) age 17 - 1999 in Marampa, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Morlai (Male) age 30 - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Morlai (Male) age 46 - 1999 - Displaced and extorted.
Kamara, Morlai (Male) age 51 - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Morlai B. (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Morlai N'mah (Male) age 55 - 1999 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Morlia (Male) - 1993 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Morrba (Female) - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Moses (Male) age 28 - 1998 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Musa (Male) - 1999 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Musa (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kamara, Musa (Male) - 2000 - Displaced.
Kamara, Musa (Male) - Killed.
Kamara, Musa (Male) - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Musa (Male) - 1996 - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Musa (Male) - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Musa (Male) - 1991 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Musa (Male) age 18 - 1995 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Musa (Male) age 19 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced. Tortured.
Kamara, Musa (Male) age 23 - 1991 - Displaced.
Kamara, Musa (Male) age 25 - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted, tortured and limb amputated.
Kamara, Musa (Male) age 31 - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Musa (Male) age 36 - 1999 in Lei, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Musa (Male) age 53 - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Musa (Male) age 56 - 1999 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Extorted. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Mustapha (Male) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Mustapha (Male) - 1991 in Peje West, Kailahun - Killed.
Kamara, Mustapha (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Mustapha (Male) age 68 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Mustapha B.M. (Male) age 45 - 1996 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kamara, Musu (Female) - Killed.
Kamara, Musu (Female) - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara,Musu (Female) age 30 - 1994 in Masungbala, Kambia - Displaced, extortedand property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Musu (Female) age 30 - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Musu (Female) age 40 - 1998 in Briama, Kambia - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Abducted.
Kamara, Musu (Female) age 57 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kamara, Musu (Female) age 82 - 1994 - Killed.
Kamara, Myindu (Male) - 1997 in Tankoro, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, N Sorie (Male) - 1998 in Kambia - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Nabie (Male) age 22 - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Nabie (Male) age 29 - 1995 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Nabie (Male) age 36 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Nadie (Female) age 21 - 2000 - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Namisa (Female) - 1994 in Neini, Koinadugu - Killed.
Kamara, Namisah (Female) age 70 - 1998 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Nanah Soko (Female) age 32 - 1997 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Nancy (Female) age 35 - 1999 - Extorted.
Kamara, Nanfa (Female) - 2000 - Abducted.
Kamara, Nannah (Female) age 60 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Neneh (Female) age 22 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Ngadie (Female) - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Ngaimah (Female) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Nyallay (Female) - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Omaru (Male) - 1991 - Displaced.
Kamara, Osei (Female) age 47 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) - 1998 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) - 1996 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) - 1997 in Jong, Bonthe - Extorted.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) - 1998 - Displaced.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) age 21 - Extorted and property destroyed.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) age 29 - 1994 - Displaced.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) age 30 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) age 42 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) age 53 - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) age 58 - 1998 in Tambakka, Bombali - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) age 60 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Ousman (Male) age 60 - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Pakai Nday (Male) - 1997 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara,Philip (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Ramatu (Female) - 1999 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Ramatu (Female) age 57 - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara, Razzaq Abdul (Male) age 30 - Displaced. Abducted.
Kamara, Regina (Female) age 41 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kamara, Roland Sidikie (Male) age 4 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced.
Kamara, Rugiatu (Female) age 26 - 1998 in Western Area - Extorted.
Kamara, Rugiatu (Female) age 29 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Rugie (Female) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Saffa (Male) - 1991 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Saffiatu (Female) age 39 - 1997 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Saffie (Female) - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced.
Kamara, Saffie (Female) - 1999 - Assaulted.
Kamara, Saffie (Female) age 36 - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Sahr (Male) age 31 - 1994 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Said Foday (Male) age 66 - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Saidu (Male) - 1999 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Saidu (Male) - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Saidu (Male) - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Saidu (Male) age 7 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Saidu (Male) age 14 - 1994 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kamara, Saidu (Male) age 26 - 1997 in Neini, Koinadugu - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Saidu (Male) age 27 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Saidu (Male) age 29 - 1991 in Pujehun - Abducted.
Kamara, Saidu (Male) age 29 - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Saidu (Male) age 31 - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Saidu (Male) age 65 - 1995 in Mambolo, Kambia - Extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara,Saio (Male) age 28 - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Displacedand property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted andtortured.
Kamara, Sakartay (Male) age 60 - 1999 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Salamatu (Female) - 1996 in Malen, Pujehun - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Salamatu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Salia (Male) age 48 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Salieu (Male) age 24 - 1996 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kamara, Salifu (Male) age 13 - 2000 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Salifu (Male) age 91 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Salihu (Male) - 1991 - Killed.
Kamara, Salim (Male) age 58 - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara, Sallay (Female) age 45 - 1997 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Property destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Salleu (Female) age 28 - 1998 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Salllyman (Male) age 27 - 1995 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Displaced.
Kamara, Sallu (Male) age 87 - 1999 in Mambolo, Kambia - Assaulted.
Kamara, Samah (Male) - Killed.
Kamara, Samba (Male) - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Killed.
Kamara, Samir (Male) age 35 - 1999 in Magbema, Kambia - Abducted.
Kamara, Sampa (Female) age 38 - 2000 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Samuel (Male) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Samuel (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Kamara, Samuel (Male) - 1998 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Killed.
Kamara, Sana (Female) - 2000 in Baoma, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Saneh (Male) age 48 - 2000 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Displaced and extorted.
Kamara, Sanfa (Male) - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Sannie (Male) - Displaced.
Kamara, Sannoh (Male) age 57 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Santigie (Male) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Santigie (Male) - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Santigie (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured.
Kamara, Santigie (Male) - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara,Santigie (Male) - 1996 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Santigie (Male) - 1996 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Santigie (Male) age 12 - 2000 - Displaced.
Kamara, Santigie (Male) age 34 - 1997 in Langorama, Kenema - Displaced.
Kamara, Santigie (Male) age 41 - 1999 in Biriwa, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Santigie (Male) age 45 - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Santigie (Male) age 47 - 2000 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Santigie (Male) age 53 - 1998 in Mambolo, Kambia - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Sao (Female) age 15 - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Killed.
Kamara,Sao (Male) age 26 - 1992 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Sara (Female) - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Sarah (Female) - 1998 - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Satta (Female) - 1996 - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Satta (Female) age 45 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Saunatu (Female) age 26 - 1994 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced. Abducted.
Kamara, Sayma (Male) - 1999 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Sayo (Male) - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Stripped and limb amputated.
Kamara, Sayoh Serah-Sain (Male) age 28 - 1994 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Seinya (Female) - 1994 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Seita (Female) - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Sembeka (Male) age 50 - 1994 - Killed.
Kamara, Sembo (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Sembu (Male) - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Sembu (Male) age 47 - 2000 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Senesie (Male) age 39 - 1994 in Mandu, Kailahun - Killed.
Kamara, Sentho (Female) - 2000 - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Serice (Female) age 61 - 1996 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Seru (Male) - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Shaka (Male) age 56 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara,Sharka M (Male) age 35 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba -Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Sharrac (Male) age 11 - 1997 in Western Area - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Sheka (Male) - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced. Limb amputated.
Kamara, Sheka (Male) age 22 - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Tortured.
Kamara, Sheka (Male) age 27 - 1995 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced. Killed.
Kamara, Sheka (Male) age 67 - 1999 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Sheka (Male) age 77 - 1997 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Sheksa (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Sheku (Male) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Sheku (Male) - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Kamara, Sheku (Male) - 1998 in Magbaiamba Ngowahun, Bombali - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Sheku (Male) - 1991 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Killed.
Kamara, Sheku (Male) - Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Sheku (Male) - 1994 in Wunde, Bo District - Tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Sheku (Male) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Kamara, Sheku (Male) age 19 - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Sheku (Male) age 30 - 2000 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Sheku (Male) age 32 - 1996 - Property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Sheku (Male) age 66 - 1998 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Shekuna (Male) - 1998 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Limb amputated.
Kamara, Shenge (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Sheriff (Male) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Shiaka (Male) age 45 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Siaka (Male) age 17 - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Siaka (Male) age 20 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kamara, Sikeh (Male) - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Extorted and property destroyed. Tortured.
Kamara, Sim Baria (Male) - 1994 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Sinneh (Male) - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced. Abducted.
Kamara, Sinneh (Male) age 85 - 1995 in Briama, Kambia - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Siray (Female) - 1998 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Soriba (Male) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Soriba (Male) age 7 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Soriba (Male) age 30 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) - 1995 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Killed.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) - 1998 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) - 1999 in Tambakka, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) - 1999 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) age 11 - 1997 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) age 21 - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) age 21 - 1997 in Tankoro, Kono - Displaced.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) age 22 - 1998 - Extorted. Abducted. Tortured.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) age 35 - 1998 - Property looted. Tortured.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) age 47 - 1995 in Briama, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) age 48 - 2000 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Sorie (Male) age 69 - Killed.
Kamara, Sorie Bobor Cole (Male) age 60 - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Property looted.
Kamara, Sorie Morlie (Male) - 1994 in Nimiyama, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Sorieba (Male) - 1999 - Assaulted.
Kamara, Sorieba (Male) - Assaulted.
Kamara, Sorieba (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kamara, Sowoi (Female) age 50 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Sulaiman (Male) - 1998 in Dembelia Sinkunia, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Sulaiman (Male) - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Sullay (Male) - 1998 in Yawbeko, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kamara, Sullay (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Sullay (Male) - Killed.
Kamara, Sundu (Female) age 37 - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Kamara, Sundufu (Male) age 28 - 1992 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced.
Kamara, T.L. (Male) - 1994 in Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Taimu (Male) - 1998 - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted. Killed.
Kamara, Tamba (Male) age 36 - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Kamara, Tejan (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Limb amputated. Killed.
Kamara, Tejan (Male) - Displaced.
Kamara, Tenneh (Female) - 1993 - Killed.
Kamara, Tenneh (Female) - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Forced to labour.
Kamara, Tenneh (Female) age 45 - 2000 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Terena (Female) age 47 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Kamara,Thaim (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted and stripped.
Kamara, Thaimu (Male) - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Thaimu (Male) age 23 - 1999 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Thaimu (Male) age 45 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Kamara, Thaimu (Male) age 45 - 2000 in Masungbala, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed. Stripped.
Kamara, Thaimu Brima (Male) age 49 - 1999 in Biriwa, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Thomas (Male) - 1999 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced.
Kamara, Thomas (Male) - 1998 - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Tina Marah (Female) age 24 - 1998 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Titi (Female) - 1995 in Sandor, Kono - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kamara, Tity (Female) age 36 - 1991 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Tity (Female) age 42 - 1994 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kamara, Tommy (Male) age 54 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced and extorted.
Kamara, U. Balu - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kamara, Umaro (Male) age 50 - 1999 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Property looted.
Kamara, Umaru (Male) - 1998 in Western Area - Abducted.
Kamara, Umaru (Male) age 31 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kamara, Umu (Female) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Umu (Female) age 28 - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Kamara, Unisa (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Unisa (Male) - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Abducted. Killed.
Kamara, Unisa (Male) age 42 - 1999 in Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara,Unisa (Male) age 54 - 1999 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Property lootedand destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and stripped.
Kamara, Unissa (Male) age 26 - Property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Vandi (Male) age 21 - 1993 - Killed.
Kamara, Vandy (Male) - 1991 in Baoma, Bo District - Killed.
Kamara, Vandy (Male) age 41 - 1993 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced.
Kamara, Wahan (Female) age 37 - 1992 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kamara, Watta (Female) age 20 - 1991 in Simbaru, Kenema - Detained. Killed.
Kamara, Watta (Female) age 34 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Kamara, Watta (Female) age 43 - 1992 in Small Bo, Kenema - Property destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Kamara, Wazeg (Male) - 1991 in Wandor, Kenema - Assaulted.
Kamara, Will (Male) - 1994 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced.
Kamara, Wulaymatu (Female) - 1999 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kamara, Wusu (Male) age 17 - 1996 in Marampa, Port Loko - Forced to labour. Killed.
Kamara, Yabom (Female) age 20 - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Yabom (Female) age 26 - Assaulted.
Kamara, Yabour (Female) age 80 - 1999 - Killed.
Kamara, Yamakai (Female) - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Property destroyed.
Kamara, Yambo (Female) - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Yande (Female) age 45 - 1993 in Kono - Displaced.
Kamara, Yangie (Female) age 32 - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Yaya (Male) age 31 - 1998 in Masungbala, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Yayah (Male) - 1995 in Malema, Kailahun - Property looted and destroyed.
Kamara, Yeabu (Female) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Kamara, Yeabu (Female) - 1998 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kamara, Yeabu (Female) - 1995 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Yeabu (Female) - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displaced.
Kamara, Yeabu (Female) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Killed.
Kamara, Yeahoh (Female) - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara, Yealie (Female) - Displaced.
Kamara, Yeanoh (Female) age 7 - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara, Yeanor (Female) age 32 - 1995 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced.
Kamara, Yema (Female) - 1991 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kamara, Yeyea (Female) age 27 - 2000 - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured.
Kamara, Yimalu (Female) - 1998 in Dembelia Sinkunia, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Kamara, Yusufu (Male) - 1998 in Masungbala, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kamara,Yusufu (Male) age 32 - 2000 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced, extortedand property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kamara, Zainab (Female) - Displaced and property looted.
Kamara, Zainab (Female) - 1992 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kamara, Zainab (Female) age 31 - 1999 - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kambo, Abdul (Male) - 1993 in Wunde, Bo District - Property destroyed.
Kamie, Boama (Male) age 26 - 1995 in Wandor, Kenema - Displaced and property looted. Abducted. Killed.
Kamo, Gibrila (Male) - 1996 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Killed.
Kamoh, Gbedeh (Female) - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Killed.
Kamoh, Kenie (Male) - 1994 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Killed.
Kamuwa, Lamin (Male) age 70 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kana, Mustapha (Male) age 55 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kanagboi, Fatima (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Kanagboi, Maseray (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Forced to labour.
Kanagboi, Nabieu (Male) - Killed.
Kanagboi,Nyallay (Female) age 34 - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kanagbou, Millicent (Female) age 30 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted.
Kanawa, Tamba (Male) age 16 - 1993 - Assaulted.
Kandeh, Baby (Female) - 1997 in Moyamba - Killed.
Kandeh, Isata (Female) - Forced to labour.
Kandeh, Lahai (Male) age 25 - 1994 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Killed.
Kandeh, Mohamed (Male) age 73 - Property looted.
Kandeh, Yatta (Female) age 33 - 1994 in Kamara, Kono - Displaced. Tortured.
Kandeh, Yatta (Female) age 54 - 1994 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Displaced.
Kandgboi, Maseray (Female) age 12 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Forced to labour.
Kangaju, Lahai (Male) - 1999 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kangbai, Juliana (Female) age 18 - 1997 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kani, Joe (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced.
Kanimeh, Foday Patrick (Male) age 54 - 1994 in Sogbini, Bonthe - Property looted and destroyed.
Kanja, Kumba (Female) age 8 - 2000 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kanja, Sahr (Male) - 2000 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Kanja, Tamba (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Soa, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kanneh, A.K. (Male) - 1993 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Killed.
Kanneh, Abdulai (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Kanneh, Abdulai (Male) - Killed.
Kanneh, Abdulai (Male) age 32 - 1991 in Dodo, Kenema - Killed.
Kanneh, Alhaji Maldieu (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Kanneh, Alieu (Male) age 41 - 1991 in Mandu, Kailahun - Abducted.
Kanneh, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Kanneh, Ansumana (Male) age 71 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Kanneh, Baindu (Female) age 31 - 1997 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Extorted and property looted.
Kanneh, Baindu (Female) age 53 - 1993 in Nomo, Kenema - Displaced. Tortured.
Kanneh, Bockarie (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Kanneh, Doris (Female) - 1996 in Komboya, Bo District - Assaulted.
Kanneh, Fatu (Female) age 18 - 1991 in Gaura, Kenema - Killed.
Kanneh, Fei (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kanneh, Foday (Male) - 1991 in Dodo, Kenema - Killed.
Kanneh, Fodie (Male) - 1993 in Small Bo, Kenema - Killed.
Kanneh, Fomba (Male) age 11 - 1998 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Kanneh, Isatu (Female) age 4 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Kanneh,Isatu (Female) age 27 - 1993 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced,extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Kanneh, Jamatu (Female) age 23 - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted.
Kanneh, Jenneh (Female) age 13 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kanneh, Jenneh (Female) age 55 - 1991 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Kanneh, Juana (Male) - 1992 in Penguia, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Kanneh, Juma (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Kanneh, Juma (Female) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Kanneh, Jusu (Male) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Tortured.
Kanneh, Jusu Abudlai (Male) age 51 - 1998 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced.
Kanneh, Kadijatu (Female) - 1991 - Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Kanneh, Kemoh (Male) age 20 - 1996 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kanneh, Lahai (Male) - 1993 in Barri, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kanneh, Lansana (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted.
Kanneh, Lansana (Male) age 21 - 1997 in Gaura, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kanneh, Lansana (Male) age 64 - 1997 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
Kanneh, Luseni (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted.
Kanneh, Madina (Female) age 24 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced and extorted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kanneh,Malhadieu (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kanneh,Mamawah Okiesta (Female) age 35 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun -Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.Assaulted.
Kanneh, Mariama (Female) - 1996 in Panga Krim, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Kanneh, Mariama (Female) - 1993 in Small Bo, Kenema - Killed.
Kanneh, Mariama (Female) age 40 - 1991 in Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kanneh,Marie (Female) - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced, extortedand property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kanneh, Mary (Female) age 50 - 1997 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced.
Kanneh, Messi (Female) age 26 - 1991 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kanneh, Mohamed (Male) - 1993 in Small Bo, Kenema - Killed.
Kanneh, Mohamed (Male) age 10 - 1995 in Koya, Kenema - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kanneh, Mohamed (Male) age 26 - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Property looted. Killed.
Kanneh, Mohamed Babbie (Male) age 40 - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Assaulted and tortured.
Kanneh, Moigboi (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Property destroyed.
Kanneh, Moiguia (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced. Assaulted and stripped.
Kanneh, Momoh (Male) - Extorted. Assaulted.
Kanneh, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Koya, Kenema - Property looted and destroyed. Tortured. Killed.
Kanneh, Momoh (Male) age 32 - 1998 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced.
Kanneh, Momoh (Male) age 40 - 1995 in Koya, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Kanneh, Momoh (Male) age 72 - 1992 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Kanneh, Murray (Male) - Killed.
Kanneh, Musa (Male) age 6 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced. Killed.
Kanneh, Musu (Female) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Kanneh, Saffa (Male) age 13 - 1993 in Small Bo, Kenema - Killed.
Kanneh, Salia (Male) age 39 - 1993 in Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kanneh, Samie (Male) age 35 - 1998 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced. Detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Kanneh, Sandy (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Kanneh, Sara (Female) age 77 - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kanneh, Sheku (Male) age 38 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Kanneh, Tenneh (Female) - Property looted and destroyed.
Kanneh, Umaru (Male) age 41 - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Killed.
Kanneh, Vandi (Male) - 1991 - Killed.
Kanneh, Watta (Female) age 40 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Property looted.
Kanneh, Wuya (Female) - 1994 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Tortured.
Kanneh, Zainabu (Female) age 4 - Killed.
Kanu, Abass (Male) age 23 - 1997 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kanu, Abdul (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kanu, Abdulai (Male) age 34 - 1999 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kanu,Abdulai (Male) age 43 - 1999 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kanu, Abu (Male) - 1996 - Abducted. Killed.
Kanu, Abu (Male) - 1998 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kanu, Abu (Male) - Limb amputated.
Kanu, Abu (Male) age 58 - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kanu, Adama (Female) age 32 - 1999 in Bombali - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour.
Kanu, Adama (Female) age 41 - 1999 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Property looted and destroyed.
Kanu, Adamsay (Female) - 1999 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Property looted and destroyed.
Kanu, Adikalie (Male) age 42 - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Kanu, Alex (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kanu, Alhaji (Male) - 1996 in Gbense, Kono - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kanu, Alhassan (Male) age 7 - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Forced to labour.
Kanu, Alie (Male) - 1995 in Tane, Tonkolili - Property destroyed.
Kanu, Alie (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kanu, Alie (Male) - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Property looted. Assaulted.
Kanu, Alie (Male) age 31 - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Property destroyed.
Kanu, Alie (Male) age 63 - 1996 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kanu, Alimamy (Male) - 1997 in Port Loko - Displaced.
Kanu, Alimamy (Male) - 1997 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kanu, Alimamy (Male) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kanu, Alimamy (Male) age 49 - 1999 in Port Loko - Property looted.
Kanu, Alimamy (Male) age 96 - 1999 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kanu, Alimu (Male) - 1995 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Killed.
Kanu, Alpha (Male) - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Limb amputated.
Kanu, Alpha (Male) - 1995 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kanu, Alpha (Male) age 4 - 1998 - Displaced. Killed.
Kanu, Alusine (Male) age 14 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kanu, Amadu (Male) - 1995 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Killed.
Kanu,Amadu (Male) age 53 - 1998 in Masimera, Port Loko - Displaced andproperty looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kanu, Amara (Male) - 1998 in Nimiyama, Kono - Killed.
Kanu, Baba (Male) age 15 - 1999 - Assaulted.
Kanu, Bai (Male) - Displaced.
Kanu, Bai (Male) - 1995 - Displaced and property looted.
Kanu, Bai (Male) age 53 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kanu, Bassie (Male) - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Killed.
Kanu, Bomo (Male) - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Kanu, Brima (Male) - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Kanu, Brima (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kanu, Brima (Male) age 59 - 1996 - Forced to labour. Tortured and stripped.
Kanu, Cokapri Simmie (Male) - 1997 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Property looted. Assaulted.
Kanu, David (Male) age 46 - 1998 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Kanu, Degba (Female) - 1999 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced.
Kanu, Fatmata (Female) - 1999 - Abducted.
Kanu, Fatmata (Female) age 23 - 1998 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kanu, Fatu (Female) - 1999 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kanu, Foday 1 (Male) - 1998 in Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted. Tortured.
Kanu, Fonty (Male) age 25 - 1995 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Displaced.
Kanu, Gbassay age 13 - 1998 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Tortured and limb amputated.
Kanu, Hassan (Male) - Killed.
Kanu, Hassan (Male) age 41 - 1999 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kanu, Hassan (Male) age 48 - 1994 - Displaced.
Kanu,Hassan (Male) age 64 - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displacedand property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kanu, Hassan (Male) age 70 - 1995 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kanu, Hassan G. (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kanu, Ibrahim (Male) - 1996 in Gbense, Kono - Abducted. Tortured.
Kanu, Ibrahim (Male) age 16 - 1992 in Dia, Kailahun - Forced to labour.
Kanu, Ibrahim (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Maforki, Port Loko - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kanu, Idrissa (Male) age 46 - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kanu, Isatu (Female) - 1998 - Killed.
Kanu, Ishmeal (Male) - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kanu, Iye (Female) - 1997 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kanu, Jain (Female) age 38 - 1998 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kanu,John (Male) - 1998 in Magbaiamba Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kanu, John (Male) age 42 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Kanu, Kadiatu (Female) - 1998 in Marampa, Port Loko - Killed.
Kanu, Kadiatu (Female) age 30 - 1995 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Kanu, Kandeh (Male) - 1997 in Port Loko - Displaced. Killed.
Kanu, Keya (Male) - 1999 - Extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kanu, Komrabai (Male) age 30 - Property destroyed.
Kanu, Kotoh (Male) - 1997 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kanu, Lamin (Male) - 1995 - Killed.
Kanu, Mabinty (Female) - 1995 - Forced to labour. Limb amputated.
Kanu, Makaprr (Female) age 42 - 1997 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kanu, Manu (Male) - 1998 - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kanu, Mariatu (Female) age 13 - 1998 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kanu, Mariatu (Female) age 45 - Extorted and property looted.
Kanu, Marie (Female) - Property looted and destroyed.
Kanu, Marie (Female) - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Killed.
Kanu, Marie (Female) age 31 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kanu, Marie (Female) age 63 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kanu, Marie (Female) age 76 - Killed.
Kanu, Mayah (Female) - Displaced.
Kanu, Mbalu (Female) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kanu, Mohamed (Male) - Extorted.
Kanu, Mohamed (Male) age 15 - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kanu, Mohamed (Male) age 39 - 1998 - Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Kanu, Mohamed (Male) age 41 - Extorted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kanu, Mohamed (Male) age 45 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Tortured, stripped and limb amputated.
Kanu, Momoh (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced.
Kanu, Momoh (Male) - 1998 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Assaulted. Killed.
Kanu, Momoh (Male) - 1998 - Abducted. Tortured and forced to participate in an act of cannibalism. Killed.
Kanu, Momoh (Male) - 1998 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced and property looted.
Kanu, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Mandu, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kanu, Momoh (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kanu, Morlai (Male) - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Property looted. Assaulted.
Kanu, Morlai (Male) age 2 - 1997 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Abducted. Killed.
Kanu, Mustapha (Male) - 1998 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Tortured. Killed.
Kanu, Musu (Female) - 1992 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kanu, Musu (Female) age 17 - 1999 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured.
Kanu, Obai (Male) - 1997 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Killed.
Kanu, Ousman (Male) - 2000 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kanu, Posseh (Female) - 1998 in Magbaiamba Ngowahun, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kanu, Ramatu (Female) - 1996 in Gbense, Kono - Abducted and detained.
Kanu, Roland (Male) - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kanu, Saidu (Male) age 19 - 1999 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kanu, Saidu (Male) age 29 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kanu, Salifu (Male) age 45 - Property destroyed. Tortured and limb amputated.
Kanu, Sama (Female) age 28 - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted. Limb amputated.
Kanu, Samuel (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kanu, Santigie (Male) - 1999 in Kori, Moyamba - Killed.
Kanu, Santigie (Male) - 1998 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Property looted.
Kanu, Santigie (Male) age 65 - 1998 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kanu, Santigie (Male) age 74 - 1995 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Detained. Assaulted.
Kanu, Sara (Male) age 38 - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kanu, Sorie (Male) - 1994 in Tane, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kanu, Sorie (Male) age 71 - 1999 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kanu, Tamba (Male) - Killed.
Kanu, Umaru (Male) age 45 - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kanu, Umu (Female) - 1996 in Gbense, Kono - Abducted and detained.
Kanu, Yaboi (Female) - 1996 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kanu, Yankuba (Male) - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Forced to labour. Assaulted. Killed.
Kanu, Yannoh (Female) - 1998 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Limb amputated.
Kanu, Yayah (Male) - Displaced and property looted.
Kanu, Zainab (Female) age 35 - 1994 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kanu Conteh, Emmanuel (Male) age 15 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
KanuLi Sesay, John (Male) age 67 - 1999 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili -Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kanugba,Musa (Male) - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Extorted. Abducted anddetained. Tortured, stripped and limb amputated.
Kanyako, Andrew Musa (Male) age 18 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Stripped.
Kanyako, Kamaray (Male) age 8 - 1993 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kanyako, Kamaray (Male) age 40 - 1991 in Western Area - Killed.
Kappoi, Haji (Male) - 1993 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kapuwa, Sheriff (Male) - 1995 in Dodo, Kenema - Forced to labour.
Kargayobo, Bockarie (Male) age 67 - 1994 in Gaura, Kenema - Killed.
Kargayobo, Musa (Male) age 30 - 1994 in Gaura, Kenema - Displaced.
Kargbendi, Kumba (Female) age 8 - 1994 in Nimikoro, Kono - Tortured.
Kargbeni, Seemah (Male) - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted. Killed.
Kargbeni, Wudie (Male) - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Kargbo, Abass (Male) age 9 - Killed.
Kargbo, Abdul (Male) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kargbo, Abdul (Male) - 1994 - Displaced.
Kargbo, Abdul (Male) - 1997 - Property destroyed. Tortured. Killed.
Kargbo, Abdul (Male) age 9 - 1999 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kargbo, Abdul (Male) age 44 - 1994 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Abdulai (Male) - 1997 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Abducted. Tortured and limb amputated.
Kargbo, Abdulai (Male) - 1999 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kargbo, Abdulai (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted. Killed.
Kargbo, Abdulai (Male) age 23 - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kargbo, Abdulai (Male) age 38 - 1995 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kargbo, Abu (Male) - 1999 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kargbo, Abu (Male) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Abu (Male) - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Abu (Male) - 1995 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kargbo, Abu (Male) - 1995 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Abu (Male) - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Kargbo, Abu (Male) age 18 - 1995 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kargbo, Abu (Male) age 42 - 1999 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted.
Kargbo, Abu (Male) age 46 - 1999 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kargbo, Abu B (Male) age 34 - 1999 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 14 - 1999 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Extorted. Detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Kargbo, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 24 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted. Forced to labour. Limb amputated.
Kargbo, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 30 - 1998 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 39 - 1999 - Assaulted.
Kargbo, Adama (Female) - 1999 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Kargbo, Adama (Female) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kargbo, Adama (Female) - 2000 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced.
Kargbo, Adama (Female) age 35 - 1993 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Adama (Female) age 45 - 1994 - Displaced.
Kargbo, Adikalie (Male) - 1995 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced. Killed.
Kargbo, Ahmed (Male) - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced. Killed.
Kargbo, Aidakalie (Male) age 30 - 1998 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Albert Alimamy (Male) - 1999 in Moyamba - Killed.
Kargbo, Alhaji (Male) age 25 - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced.
Kargbo, Alhassan (Male) - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Property destroyed.
Kargbo, Alice (Female) age 14 - 1997 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Displaced and extorted.
Kargbo, Alie (Male) - 1993 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kargbo, Alie (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property looted.
Kargbo, Alie (Male) - 1994 in Kenema - Killed.
Kargbo, Alie (Male) age 29 - 1992 - Displaced.
Kargbo, Alikali (Male) age 41 - 2000 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Alimamy (Male) age 17 - 1995 in Magbema, Kambia - Killed.
Kargbo, Alimamy (Male) age 20 - 1999 in Western Area - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Alimamy (Male) age 59 - 1999 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Allie (Male) age 37 - 1997 in Samu, Kambia - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Kargbo, Alpha (Male) - 1999 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Alpha (Male) - 1999 in Tinkatupa Maka Saffoko, Port Loko - Displaced.
Kargbo, Alpha (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Alpha M. (Male) - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Stripped and limb amputated.
Kargbo, Alusine (Male) - 1996 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Kargbo, Alusine (Male) age 24 - 1998 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Stripped.
Kargbo, Amadu (Male) - 1994 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Amadu (Male) age 40 - Property looted. Tortured.
Kargbo, Amara (Male) - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Kargbo, Amara (Male) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Kargbo, Amara (Male) - Killed.
Kargbo, Amidu (Male) - 1998 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced.
Kargbo, Amidu (Male) - Killed.
Kargbo, Amie (Female) - 1992 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kargbo, Amie (Female) age 2 - 1998 - Abducted.
Kargbo, Aminata (Female) age 13 - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Kargbo, Aminata (Female) age 14 - Displaced.
Kargbo, Aminata (Female) age 16 - 1999 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kargbo,Aminata (Female) age 29 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced, extortedand property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kargbo, B (Male) - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Assaulted.
Kargbo, Bai (Male) - Property looted.
Kargbo, Balansama (Male) age 46 - 1999 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Balla (Male) age 29 - 1998 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Bamba (Male) - Displaced. Killed.
Kargbo, Bambeh (Female) - Property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Bayamba (Male) - 1996 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Bobor (Male) - 2000 in Wara-Wara Bafodia, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Kargbo, Bockarie (Male) age 55 - 1998 - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Bom-Poroh (Female) - 1995 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Displaced.
Kargbo, Brima (Male) - 1999 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Kargbo, Brima (Male) - Assaulted. Killed.
Kargbo, Brima (Male) age 15 - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Killed.
Kargbo,Brima (Male) age 21 - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced,extorted and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and stripped.
Kargbo, Brima (Male) age 29 - 1999 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kargbo, Cento (Female) - 1996 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Kargbo, Colleu (Female) age 64 - 1999 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kargbo, Damba-Kumbayila (Male) age 48 - 1998 in Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Kargbo, Dauda (Male) - 1999 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Tortured and limb amputated.
Kargbo, Dauda (Male) age 22 - 1997 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Property looted. Forced to labour. Limb amputated.
Kargbo, Deborah (Female) age 15 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced. Tortured.
Kargbo, Demba (Male) age 56 - 1998 in Neini, Koinadugu - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Tortured.
Kargbo, Doloba (Female) - 1998 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Abducted.
Kargbo, Doris (Male) age 10 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kargbo, Dura (Male) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kargbo, Edward Bassie (Male) age 55 - 1995 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Ejatu (Female) - 1994 - Displaced.
Kargbo, Emivia (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted.
Kargbo, Emma (Female) age 27 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Tortured.
Kargbo, Emma (Female) age 30 - 1997 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kargbo, Ernest (Male) - 1997 in Western Area - Property looted.
Kargbo, Esther (Female) age 34 - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Kargbo, Fatmata (Female) - 1998 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Abducted. Killed.
Kargbo, Fatmata (Female) age 25 - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Fatmata (Female) age 35 - 1995 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Fatmata (Female) age 39 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kargbo, Fatmata Baby (Female) age 16 - 1998 in Western Area - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo, Fatu (Female) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Fatu (Female) - 1998 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kargbo, Faty (Female) - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Abducted.
Kargbo, Fekemoh (Male) - 1998 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Property looted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo,Fermah (Female) age 32 - 1998 in Koinadugu - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Finah (Female) - 1997 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Killed.
Kargbo, Fitha (Male) - 2000 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Property destroyed.
Kargbo, Foday (Male) age 42 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Foday (Male) age 63 - 1998 - Limb amputated.
Kargbo, Hamidu (Male) - Killed.
Kargbo, Hassana (Male) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Kargbo, Hassana (Male) - 2000 - Assaulted. Killed.
Kargbo, Hawa (Female) age 10 - 1998 - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kargbo, Hawa Alice (Female) age 40 - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Haykay (Male) - 1995 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Killed.
Kargbo, I.B. (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kargbo, Ibrahim (Male) - Limb amputated.
Kargbo, Ibrahim (Male) - 1997 in Jong, Bonthe - Extorted.
Kargbo, Ibrahim (Male) age 11 - 1997 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Ibrahim (Male) age 26 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kargbo, Isata (Female) - 1995 in Western Area - Killed.
Kargbo, Isata (Female) age 20 - 1993 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced.
Kargbo, Isatu (Female) - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Isatu (Female) - 1997 in Samu, Kambia - Abducted and detained.
Kargbo, Isatu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Kargbo, Isatu (Female) age 15 - 1992 - Displaced. Killed.
Kargbo,Isatu (Female) age 22 - 1992 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Displacedand property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Kargbo, Isatu (Female) age 35 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Isatu (Female) age 53 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kargbo, Issa (Male) age 16 - 1999 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Killed.
Kargbo, John (Male) age 24 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced.
Kargbo, John (Male) age 26 - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo,John (Male) age 43 - 1997 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced,extorted and property looted. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Kargbo, Joseph (Male) age 64 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
Kargbo, Julius (Male) - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo, Junisa (Male) age 28 - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured.
Kargbo, Jusufu (Male) age 26 - 1997 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kargbo, Kabba (Male) - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kargbo, Kabba (Male) - 1999 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced.
Kargbo,Kabba (Male) age 34 - 1999 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced,extorted and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kargbo, Kabbie Kandeh (Male) age 67 - 1992 in Kono - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kargbo, Kadae (Female) age 49 - 1999 in Port Loko - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kargbo, Kaday (Female) - 1996 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kargbo, Kadiatu (Female) - 1995 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Kadiatu (Female) age 66 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Kallie (Male) age 49 - 1998 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Kamah (Female) - 1995 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced. Killed.
Kargbo, Kandeh (Male) age 22 - 1995 in Magbema, Kambia - Property looted.
Kargbo, Karmokoh (Male) age 75 - 1995 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kargbo, Kenkoro (Male) - 1994 in Neini, Koinadugu - Killed.
Kargbo, Komrabai (Male) age 55 - 1998 in Western Area - Property looted.
Kargbo, Lamin (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Lamin (Male) age 40 - 1998 - Displaced.
Kargbo, Lamina (Male) age 64 - 1998 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kargbo, Maama (Female) age 60 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Mabinty (Female) - 1998 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kargbo, Mabinty (Female) age 39 - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
Kargbo, Mabinty (Female) age 51 - 1997 in Samu, Kambia - Property looted. Abducted and detained.
Kargbo, Makura (Female) age 5 - 1998 - Abducted and detained.
Kargbo,Mansa Musa (Male) age 41 - 1999 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili -Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Kargbo, Mariama (Female) - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced. Killed.
Kargbo, Mariatu (Female) age 15 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kargbo, Marie (Female) - 1996 in Koya, Port Loko - Abducted and detained.
Kargbo, Marie (Female) - 1996 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Kargbo, Marie (Female) - 1998 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Marie (Female) - 1999 - Displaced and property looted.
Kargbo, Marie (Female) - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Kargbo, Marie (Female) age 15 - 1992 - Killed.
Kargbo, Masseray (Female) age 26 - 1991 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Displaced. Detained. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Mateneh (Female) - 1995 in Magbema, Kambia - Property destroyed.
Kargbo, Mbayo (Male) - Displaced and property looted. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo, Mende (Male) - Displaced and property destroyed. Killed.
Kargbo, Mohamed (Male) - 1997 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kargbo, Mohamed (Male) - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Mohamed (Male) age 7 - 1995 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Abducted.
Kargbo, Mohamed (Male) age 21 - 1995 in Western Area - Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo, Mohamed (Male) age 32 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Mohamed (Male) age 45 - 1997 in Kori, Moyamba - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kargbo,Momodu (Male) - 1996 in Sanda Tendaren, Bombali - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Momoh (Male) - 1998 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kargbo, Momoh (Male) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kargbo, Momoh (Male) - Killed.
Kargbo, Momoh (Male) - 1996 in Tikonko, Bo District - Killed.
Kargbo, Momoh (Male) age 44 - 1996 in Dibia, Port Loko - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Momoh (Male) age 50 - 2000 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Morlai (Male) age 34 - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo, Mosewa (Male) - 1996 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kargbo, Mualen (Male) - 1997 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Extorted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo, Musa (Male) age 32 - 1995 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Musa (Male) age 37 - Tortured.
Kargbo, Musa (Male) age 58 - 1998 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted.
Kargbo, Musu (Female) age 59 - 1991 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Detained.
Kargbo, Namo (Female) - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kargbo, Nanah (Female) - Killed.
Kargbo, Nbalii (Male) age 22 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted. Tortured.
Kargbo, Ousman (Male) - 1994 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kargbo, Ousman (Male) - Displaced.
Kargbo, Ousman (Male) age 49 - 1999 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Property looted. Detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo, Saffie (Female) - 1997 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Forced to labour.
Kargbo, Saio (Male) - 1997 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Forced to labour. Killed.
Kargbo, Saliau (Male) age 80 - 1995 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced and property looted.
Kargbo, Salid A (Male) age 42 - 1998 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted.
Kargbo, Sallay (Female) - 1996 - Killed.
Kargbo, Sallay (Female) - 2000 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced.
Kargbo, Sallay (Female) age 19 - 1996 - Abducted and detained.
Kargbo, Samuel (Male) age 17 - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Assaulted. Killed.
Kargbo, Samuel (Male) age 21 - 1999 in Gbinleh-Dixon, Kambia - Killed.
Kargbo, Samuel (Male) age 28 - 1997 in Western Area - Displaced. Detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo,Samuel (Male) age 37 - 1992 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displacedand property destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo, Samuel Abdul (Male) age 39 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Killed.
Kargbo, Sanoh (Male) age 18 - 1998 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo, Santigie (Male) - 1999 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted. Killed.
Kargbo, Santigie (Male) - 1999 - Assaulted and tortured.
Kargbo, Santigie (Male) - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Kargbo, Santigie (Male) - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kargbo,Santigie (Male) age 21 - 1999 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Extortedand property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kargbo, Santigie (Male) age 64 - 1998 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Sao (Male) age 62 - 1998 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kargbo, Sarah (Female) - 1999 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Sheriff (Male) - 1997 - Killed.
Kargbo, Sheriff (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Sia (Male) age 50 - 2000 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kargbo, Siginba (Female) - 1998 in Koinadugu - Limb amputated.
Kargbo, Sitha (Male) age 63 - 2000 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Sokoya - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Limb amputated.
Kargbo,Sorie (Male) - 1997 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted anddetained. Assaulted, tortured, stripped and limb amputated.
Kargbo, Sorie (Male) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Assaulted.
Kargbo, Sorie (Male) age 9 - 1999 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Sorie (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and property looted.
Kargbo, Sorkoya (Male) age 42 - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Sukohya (Male) - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kargbo, Sulaiman (Male) age 54 - 1991 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Kargbo, Tamba (Male) - 1999 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Killed.
Kargbo, Thaim (Male) age 41 - 1999 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Todoh (Male) - 1999 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Tortured. Killed.
Kargbo, Unisa (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kargbo, Yallie (Female) - 1996 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Killed.
Kargbo,Yamba (Male) age 51 - 1993 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kargbo,Yankay (Male) age 77 - 1997 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Yeabu (Female) - 1994 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Property looted.
Kargbo, Yenor (Female) - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kargbo, Yiran (Male) age 76 - 1998 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kargbo, Yusuf (Male) age 12 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kargbo, Zainab (Female) - 1993 in Konike Barina, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kargbokanu, Fatu (Female) - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced.
Karim, Abdul (Male) - Killed.
Karim, Abu (Male) - 1995 in Bagbe, Bo District - Forced to labour. Killed.
Karim, Abu (Male) age 36 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted.
Karim, Amara (Male) age 39 - Killed.
Karim, Bockarie (Male) age 85 - Killed.
Karim, Hawa (Female) - Killed.
Karim, Ibrahim (Male) age 24 - 1997 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Tortured.
Karim, Mautor (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted.
Karim, Momoh (Male) age 75 - Killed.
Karimu, Amie (Female) - 1991 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Karimu, Brima (Male) age 32 - 1997 - Property destroyed.
Karimu, Jebeh (Female) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Karimu, Joseph (Male) age 15 - 1994 in Sielenga, Bo District - Displaced.
Karimu, Mahai (Female) - 1991 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Karimu, Memuna (Female) - 1995 - Abducted and detained.
Karimu, Musa (Male) age 1 - 1992 in Luawa, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Karimu, Nancy (Female) - 1992 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Karimu, Pessima (Male) - 1994 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Karimu, Sahr (Male) age 35 - 2000 - Killed.
Karimu, Vandi (Male) age 49 - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced.
Karimu, Vandi (Male) age 60 - Abducted.
Karku, Boe (Female) - 1992 in Soa, Kono - Killed.
Karku, Femba (Female) age 43 - 1998 in Tankoro, Kono - Abducted and detained.
Karmo, Joe (Male) age 70 - 1995 in Lugbu, Bo District - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Karmoh, Sheriff (Male) - 1994 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Tortured.
Karteh, Amie (Female) - Tortured.
Karteh, Ibrahim (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Karteh, Musu (Female) age 30 - 1998 - Property looted.
Kartewu,Bockarie (Male) age 48 - 1991 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kasigbama,Sahr Momorie (Male) age 53 - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu -Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.Assaulted.
Kasio, Momoh (Male) - 1996 in Luawa, Kailahun - Tortured.
Kassay, Bockarie (Male) age 37 - 1994 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kasse, Unama (Female) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Kassigbama, Ali (Male) - 1998 - Tortured.
Kassim, Ramatu (Female) age 77 - 1999 in Western Area - Property looted and destroyed.
Katta, Alhaji (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Limb amputated.
Katta, Basie (Male) age 49 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Katta, Fudia (Female) - 1995 - Abducted and detained.
Katta, Idrissa (Male) age 21 - 1998 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Displaced.
Katta, Isatta (Female) - 1997 in Western Area - Tortured.
Katta, Jenneh (Female) - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Tortured and limb amputated.
Katta, Jenneh (Female) age 44 - 1992 - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Katta, Jibrilla (Male) age 72 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced.
Katta, Joseph (Male) age 71 - 1997 in Western Area - Detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Katta, Mariama (Female) age 27 - 1997 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kawa, Adu (Male) age 68 - 1999 in Pujehun - Property looted. Abducted.
Kawa, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kawa, Amie (Female) age 39 - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Property looted.
Kawa, Bockarie (Male) - Property looted.
Kawa, Fatmata (Female) - 1991 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Displaced. Killed.
Kawa, Francis (Male) - 1998 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Kawa, Francis (Male) - 1997 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kawa, Gina (Female) age 31 - Displaced.
Kawa, Jama (Male) age 60 - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kawa, Lamin (Male) age 45 - 1991 in Tunkia, Kenema - Killed.
Kawa, Moiguan (Male) age 20 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kawa, Musa (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Tortured.
Kawa, Musa (Male) - Abducted. Tortured.
Kawa, Musa (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kawa, Musu (Female) - 1999 in Pujehun - Abducted. Killed.
Kawa, Senesie (Male) - 1993 in Sowa, Pujehun - Killed.
Kay, Alan (Male) - 1996 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Kayamba, Amara (Male) - Displaced.
Kayamba, Brima (Male) - Displaced.
Kayamba, Gayema (Female) - 1998 in Soa, Kono - Killed.
Kayamba, Haji (Male) - Displaced.
Kayamba, Jusu (Male) - Displaced.
Kayamba, Lissa (Male) - Displaced.
Kayamba, Yamba (Male) - Displaced.
Kayeimba, Dauda (Male) age 50 - 1991 - Tortured. Killed.
Kayeimba, Mariama (Female) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Tortured.
Kayeimba, Vandy (Male) age 50 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kayeimba, Yamba (Male) age 41 - 1999 - Extorted. Abducted. Assaulted and stripped.
Kayengeh, Henry (Male) age 36 - 1996 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Kaymawai, Tity (Female) - Killed.
Kebbie, Adama (Female) - Property looted and destroyed.
Kebbie, Agnes (Female) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced. Killed.
Kebbie, Ansu (Male) age 32 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Abducted. Killed.
Kebbie, Augustine (Male) - Tortured.
Kebbie, Brima (Male) - 1991 - Killed.
Kebbie, Brima (Male) age 50 - 1993 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kebbie, Ernest (Male) age 58 - 1997 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Abducted. Assaulted.
Kebbie, Finda (Female) - 1998 in Gbane, Kono - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kebbie, Foday (Male) - 1995 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Kebbie, George (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Kebbie, Hawa (Female) age 26 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Kebbie, Jacob (Male) age 37 - 1995 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kebbie, Janet (Female) - 1995 - Displaced. Killed.
Kebbie, Joseph (Male) age 6 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced.
Kebbie, Josephine (Female) age 8 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced.
Kebbie, Josie (Male) age 71 - 1991 in Lugbu, Bo District - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Kebbie, Kaine (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Kebbie, Kismoh (Male) - 1997 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Abducted. Killed.
Kebbie, Mabinty (Female) - 1998 in Tankoro, Kono - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Kebbie, Manawa (Male) - 1995 - Displaced.
Kebbie, Miake (Male) - 1993 in Malen, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kebbie, Mick (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Kebbie, Mike (Female) - 2000 in Makpele, Pujehun - Killed.
Kebbie, Mimie (Female) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced. Killed.
Kebbie, Mohamed (Male) age 37 - 1997 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kebbie, Saffa (Male) - 1994 in Lugbu, Bo District - Assaulted.
Kebbie, Safula (Female) - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kebbie, Sahr (Male) - 1998 in Tankoro, Kono - Forced to labour. Killed.
Kebbie, Samai (Male) - 1998 in Dema, Bonthe - Detained. Tortured and stripped.
Kebbie, Samuel (Male) age 9 - 1998 in Tankoro, Kono - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Kebbie, Sorba (Male) age 24 - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kebbie, Tenneh (Female) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kebbie, Tenneh (Female) age 60 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kebbie, V.B.S (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kebbie, Victor (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Stripped.
Kebbie, Watta (Female) - 1993 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Keifalah, Abu (Male) - 1995 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Keifalah, Baindu (Female) - 1991 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Keifalah, Hassan (Male) age 17 - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Keifalah, Hawa (Female) - 1991 in Peje, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Keifalah, Ibrahim (Male) age 52 - 1994 in Moyamba - Displaced and property looted.
Keifalah, Lansana (Male) age 52 - 1995 in Yawbeko, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted.
Keifalah, Luseni (Male) - 1995 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Detained. Assaulted.
Keifalah, Morie (Male) - 1996 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Killed.
Keifalah, Musa (Male) - 1995 - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Keifalah,Ramatu (Female) age 25 - 1995 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Displaced andextorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Keifalah, Sanfa (Male) - 1995 - Tortured.
Keifalah, Vandi (Male) - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Keifineh, Aiah (Male) age 43 - 1999 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Keikura, Bobor J.T. (Male) age 25 - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Keikura, Junisa (Male) - 1999 in Fiama, Kono - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Keikura, Maada (Male) - 1998 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Killed.
Keita, Eayo (Female) - 1997 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Tortured.
Keita, Hawa (Female) age 50 - Displaced. Tortured.
Keita, Issa (Male) age 13 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Keita, Kemoh Yughuma (Male) age 29 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Detained. Stripped.
Kelly, Fafoelee (Male) - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kelly, Fayia (Male) - 1992 in Penguia, Kailahun - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kelly, Finda (Female) age 30 - 1991 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kelly, Jusu (Male) age 33 - 1995 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Kelly, Komba (Male) age 17 - 1992 in Soa, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kelly, Kumba (Female) age 24 - 1998 in Neya, Koinadugu - Displaced and extorted. Tortured.
Kelly, Maddi (Female) age 70 - 1998 in Soa, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kelly, Mody (Female) - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kelteh, Joseph (Male) - 1996 - Property looted. Assaulted.
Kema, Yeabu (Female) - 1992 in Malema, Kailahun - Detained.
Kemba, Bockarie (Male) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Kembe, Ibrahim Maada (Male) - 1996 - Killed.
Kemoh, Abu (Male) age 28 - Displaced and property looted. Detained. Assaulted.
Kemoh, Alamatu (Female) age 17 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kemoh, Bockarie (Male) age 34 - 1998 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced. Tortured.
Kemoh, Hawa (Female) - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Assaulted.
Kemoh, Jeneh (Female) age 19 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Detained.
Kemoh, Joso - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kemoh, Karmoh (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kemoh, Lansana (Male) - 1991 in Peje, Pujehun - Displaced.
Kemoh, Mohamed (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced.
Kemoh, Mohamed (Male) age 18 - 1991 - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kemoh, Munda (Male) age 21 - 1991 in Pujehun - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Kemoh,Murana (Male) - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kemoh, Omi (Female) age 30 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kemoh, Roke (Male) age 35 - 1994 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kemoh, Sahr (Male) age 27 - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kemoh, Semai (Female) - 1996 in Lugbu, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kemoh - Fawundu, Alimu (Male) age 40 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kemokai, Alpha (Male) - 1995 in Benducha, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kemokai, Amadu (Male) age 51 - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Kemokai, Amoh (Male) age 42 - 1991 in Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kemokai, Bendu (Male) age 16 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted and stripped.
Kemokai,Bockarie (Male) age 33 - 1991 in Kenema - Displaced and propertydestroyed. Forced to labour. Limb amputated. Killed.
Kemokai, Bockarie (Male) age 45 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Kemokai, Brima (Male) age 46 - 1991 in Pujehun - Displaced. Killed.
Kemokai, Brima (Male) age 55 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Detained. Tortured.
Kemokai, Gbessay age 68 - 1998 in Makpele, Pujehun - Property looted.
Kemokai, Hawa (Female) age 22 - 1993 - Displaced.
Kemokai, Janneh (Female) age 17 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Kemokai, Jassie (Female) age 16 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Kemokai, Jeanny (Female) age 50 - 1991 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kemokai, Jusu (Male) age 30 - 1991 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured.
Kemokai,Lahai (Male) age 36 - 1991 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Extorted and propertylooted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kemokai, Mariama (Female) age 9 - 1999 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Kemokai,Mariama (Female) age 35 - 1991 in Kailahun - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kemokai, Mariama (Female) age 63 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced. Tortured.
Kemokai, Massah (Female) age 45 - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kemokai, Miatta (Female) age 50 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kemokai, Moinama (Male) age 47 - 1992 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Kemokai, Momodu (Male) - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Forced to labour.
Kemokai, Momodu (Male) - Killed.
Kemokai, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Pujehun - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Kemokai, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Forced to labour. Killed.
Kemokai, Munda (Male) age 7 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Forced to labour.
Kemokai, Murray (Male) age 45 - Property looted and destroyed.
Kemokai, Pinny (Male) - 1992 - Killed.
Kemokai, Senesie (Male) - 1991 in Pujehun - Displaced.
Kemokai, Simah (Male) - Extorted.
Kemokai, Soromoi (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Kemokai, Sowie (Female) age 60 - Displaced.
Kemokai, Tenneh (Female) - Abducted.
Kemokai, Vandy (Male) age 36 - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kendeh, Mabel (Female) age 26 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kenema, Brima (Male) - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kengefay, Solomon (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Luawa, Kailahun - Property looted and destroyed. Detained. Assaulted.
Kengo, Fatmata (Female) age 42 - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kengo, Mariama (Female) age 34 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kenneh, D.O. (Male) - 1997 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Abducted and detained.
Kenneh, Jebbeh (Female) age 17 - Killed.
Kenneh,Lamin (Male) age 48 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Kenneh, Mohamed (Male) - 1995 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kenneh, Mohamed (Male) age 31 - 1998 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Tortured. Killed.
Kenneh, Momoh (Male) age 20 - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kenneh, Momoh (Male) age 21 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Forced to labour.
Kenneh, Moses (Male) age 41 - 1992 in Dama, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
Kenneh, Saffa (Male) - 1998 - Displaced.
Kenneh, Salia (Male) age 14 - 1992 in Tunkia, Kenema - Killed.
KennenLocie, Foday (Male) age 39 - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun -Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kenny, Gamoh (Male) age 31 - 1993 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kenny, Issa (Male) - 1995 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Abducted and detained.
Kenny, Rashid (Male) age 63 - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced.
Kenyeh, Ensa (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kenyi, Komba (Male) - 1992 in Soa, Kono - Killed.
Kera, Lansana (Male) age 51 - 1994 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kesebeh, Amadu (Male) - Abducted. Killed.
Kessambo, Kelvin (Male) age 43 - 1998 in Dema, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Ketteh, Foday (Male) age 59 - 1995 - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Ketteh, Foday (Male) age 66 - 1997 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed.
Ketteh, Juliana (Female) age 9 - 1996 in Panga Krim, Pujehun - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Ketteh, Saffie (Female) - 1996 in Panga Krim, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Keyamu, Musu (Female) - 1991 - Killed.
Keyia, Kemoh (Male) age 47 - 1992 in Mandu, Kailahun - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Khalil, Rhodah (Male) - 1995 in Maforki, Port Loko - Property looted. Assaulted. Killed.
Khan, Nafat (Female) - Property destroyed.
Khobie, Kadie (Female) - 1994 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Khonkuba, Abu (Male) - Property looted.
Kianyeh, Muhalam (Male) - 1994 in Kori, Moyamba - Killed.
Kiazo, Sheku (Male) age 13 - 1997 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kienkieh, Momoh (Male) age 49 - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
King, Hassan (Male) - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced.
King, Kadie (Female) - 1995 in Timdel, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
King, Theresa (Female) age 20 - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted.
Kingsley, Vannah (Female) age 35 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kingsway, Isata (Female) - Killed.
Kioz, Abioseh (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Kissie, Abu (Male) - 1999 - Assaulted.
Kobba, Abdulai (Male) - 1998 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced.
Kobba, Alimamy (Female) age 20 - 1996 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Kobba, Amidu (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced.
Kobba, Kandeh (Male) - 1996 in Tonko Limba, Kambia - Killed.
Kobba,Lappia (Male) age 66 - 1994 in Malegohun, Kenema - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kobba, Mattu (Female) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed. Killed.
Kobba, Shaka (Male) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Kobolo, Brima (Male) - 1998 in Kassunko, Koinadugu - Killed.
Ko-Fallah, Kadie (Female) - Abducted and detained.
Koggie, Kumba (Female) age 60 - 1998 - Property destroyed. Killed.
Koguaka, Massah Ne Koroma (Female) age 40 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kohjou, Sao (Male) age 7 - 1993 - Displaced.
Koi, James (Male) - 1993 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Koi, Joe (Male) - 1995 in Yawbeko, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Koi, Mayatta (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Koi, Nancy (Female) age 62 - 1992 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Koinya, Batto (Male) - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Koitagba, Momoh (Male) age 41 - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Koitagba, Samu (Male) - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Koitagba, Siaka (Male) age 28 - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Kojoe, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Peje West, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Kojoe, Joe (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Killed.
Kojoe, Muda (Male) - 1993 in Bagbo, Bo District - Killed.
Kojoe, Munda (Male) - 1993 in Bagbo, Bo District - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Kojoe, Sarah (Female) age 64 - 1994 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koker, Gbondo (Male) - 1997 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Kolay, Iye (Female) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Kolleh, Alhaji Amara (Male) - 1997 in Dia, Kailahun - Killed.
Kolleh, Momoh (Male) age 60 - 1997 in Dia, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koluvoma, Fatmata (Female) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Displaced.
Komba, Aiah (Male) age 11 - 2000 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Komba, Aiah (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Komba, Alpha (Male) - 1998 - Displaced. Killed.
Komba, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Stripped. Killed.
Komba, Amara (Male) age 62 - 1997 in Bagbo, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Komba, Hawa (Female) - 1998 - Displaced and extorted. Abducted. Killed.
Komba, Isatu (Female) age 37 - 1999 in Soa, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Komba, John (Male) age 42 - 1992 in Langorama, Kenema - Displaced.
Komba, Kally (Male) - 1991 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Killed.
Komba, Koi (Male) - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Komba, Kumba (Female) age 15 - 1999 in Soa, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Komba, Kumba (Female) age 65 - 1994 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Komba, Meiyo (Male) - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Komba, Sahr (Male) - 2000 in Western Area - Killed.
Komba, Sahr (Male) age 22 - 1998 - Forced to labour.
Komba, Sahr (Male) age 42 - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Killed.
Komba, Sia (Female) - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Killed.
Komba, Sia (Female) age 28 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced.
Komba, Tamba (Male) age 40 - 2000 in Lei, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Komba, Yei (Female) age 50 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced.
Kombe, Marian (Female) age 63 - 1995 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed.
Komeh, Alusine (Male) - 1995 - Abducted. Assaulted.
Komeh, Aminata (Female) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Komeh,Hassana (Male) age 53 - 1995 - Extorted and property looted anddestroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured and stripped.
Komeh, Idrissa (Male) age 35 - 1997 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Komeh, Kaday (Female) age 32 - 1999 - Killed.
Komeh, Kadiatu (Female) - 1994 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Komeh, Lansana (Male) - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Killed.
Komeh, Mariama (Female) age 33 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Komeh, Mattu (Female) - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced and property looted.
Komeh, Mohamed (Male) - 1998 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Killed.
Komeh, Mohamed (Male) age 36 - 1994 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Komeh, Sorie (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Komrabai, Alhaji Sumah (Male) age 95 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Kondeh, Balla (Male) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Killed.
Kondeh, Bomba (Male) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Killed.
Kondeh, Dauda (Male) age 35 - Extorted. Detained. Assaulted.
Kondeh, Finda (Female) age 68 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kondeh, Kai (Male) - 1992 - Killed.
Kondeh, Kumba (Female) - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kondeh, Mohamed (Male) age 33 - 1996 - Forced to labour.
Kondeh, Momodu (Male) age 59 - 1998 in Sulima, Koinadugu - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kondeh, Moses (Male) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kondeh, Neneh (Female) - 1998 - Displaced.
Kondeh, Sahr (Male) - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Forced to labour. Killed.
Kondeh, Sahr (Male) age 51 - 1998 - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured.
Kondeh, Sahr (Male) age 61 - 1996 in Kamara, Kono - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Kondeh, Sia (Female) age 43 - 1996 - Forced to labour.
Kondeh, Sia (Female) age 50 - 1996 in Kamara, Kono - Displaced.
Kondeh, Sia (Female) age 70 - 1992 - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kondo, Abu (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted and detained.
Kondo, Joe (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Abducted. Tortured.
Kondo, Kenie (Male) age 63 - 1993 in Small Bo, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kondo, Lahai (Male) - 1995 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kondonwa, Baindu (Female) age 55 - 1991 - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kondoqui, Sahr (Male) age 49 - 1993 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kondor, Bockarie (Male) - 1991 - Tortured.
Kondor, Bockarie (Male) - Displaced.
Kondor, Monina (Male) age 38 - 1992 in Kakua, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kondor, Satta (Female) age 40 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kondowa, Joe (Male) - 1992 in Bagbo, Bo District - Killed.
Koney, Matha (Female) - 1999 - Killed.
Kong, Joe (Male) - 1996 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Killed.
Kong, Martha (Female) - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Displaced.
Kong, Musa (Male) - 1991 - Extorted.
Kong, Taliu (Male) - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Displaced.
Kongla, Albert Jamal (Male) age 29 - 1995 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kongo, Ellie (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Property destroyed.
Kongoli, Jibao (Male) age 12 - 1992 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kongoli, Karimu (Male) age 38 - 2000 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Killed.
Kongolie, Joe (Male) - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Koniwa, Abdulai (Male) age 25 - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Konjo, Abraham (Male) age 19 - 1994 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Konjo, Munda (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Konjor, Fatu (Female) - 1991 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Property looted. Assaulted.
Konkoafeh, Tamba (Male) - 1998 in Kenema - Assaulted.
Konkoron, Siro (Male) - Assaulted.
Konkpaka, Koroma (Male) age 61 - 1995 - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Konneh, A.K. (Male) - 1993 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Konneh, Abie (Female) - 1994 in Wunde, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Konneh, Alhaji Ansumana (Male) - 1991 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Konneh, Alpha (Male) age 33 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted.
Konneh, Ansumana (Male) age 43 - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Konneh, Bobor (Male) - 1994 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Konneh, Bockarie (Male) - 1994 in Wunde, Bo District - Displaced.
Konneh, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Konneh, Brima (Male) age 12 - 1991 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Konneh, Brima (Male) age 43 - 1994 in Wunde, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Konneh, Brima (Male) age 47 - 1991 in Mano Sakrim, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Konneh, Christopha (Male) - 1991 in Pujehun - Displaced. Killed.
Konneh, Fanta (Female) age 64 - 1992 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Konneh,Fatmata (Female) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Konneh, Foday (Male) - 1994 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Konneh, Fouad (Male) age 38 - 1999 in Fiama, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Konneh, Iye (Female) age 10 - 1992 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Assaulted.
Konneh, Janga (Female) age 37 - 1998 in Luawa, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Konneh, Jenneh (Female) age 23 - 1991 in Peje West, Kailahun - Displaced and extorted.
Konneh, Jonah (Male) - 1994 in Wunde, Bo District - Displaced.
Konneh, Joseph (Male) age 15 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted.
Konneh, Juana (Male) age 54 - 1995 in Gaura, Kenema - Displaced.
Konneh, Lansana (Male) age 46 - 1993 - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured.
Konneh, Maijue (Male) - Extorted.
Konneh, Mamawa (Female) - 1994 in Wunde, Bo District - Displaced.
Konneh, Mariama (Female) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Tortured.
Konneh, Mary (Female) age 15 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Konneh, Masalatu (Female) - 1991 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Konneh, Mohamed (Male) age 39 - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Konneh, Moinah (Male) - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Konneh, Morray Yarjah (Male) age 30 - Killed.
Konneh, Morris Moisa (Male) age 44 - 1991 in Dodo, Kenema - Forced to labour.
Konneh, Mualamu Mustapha (Male) age 10 - 1994 - Abducted and detained.
Konneh, Musa (Male) - 1993 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Konneh, Musu (Female) age 75 - 1997 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Konneh, Ousman (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Konneh, Saffa (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Konneh, Saffa (Male) age 63 - 1995 in Gaura, Kenema - Killed.
Konneh, Sallay (Female) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Konneh, Swahilo (Male) age 15 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Konneh, Tamba (Male) age 43 - Displaced.
Konneh, Vandy (Male) age 41 - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Konneh, Vandy (Male) age 75 - 1994 - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Konneh, Weyatta (Female) - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Killed.
Konneh, Yeawa (Female) - 1994 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kono, Jusu (Male) - 1991 - Killed.
Konoboy, Aiah (Male) - 1994 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Konor, Kema (Female) - Killed.
Konta, Makura (Male) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Property looted and destroyed.
Konto, Momoh (Male) - Killed.
Konuwa, Abu (Male) age 47 - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Konuwa, Amara Morie (Male) age 9 - 1997 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Konuwa,Ansumana (Male) age 49 - 1991 in Pujehun - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted andtortured.
Konuwa, Aruna (Male) - 1992 in Luawa, Kailahun - Forced to labour. Stripped. Killed.
Konuwa, Kiaprr (Male) - Displaced.
Konuwa, Lahai Samuka (Male) age 66 - 1994 in Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Konuwa, Mbeina (Female) - 1991 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Konuwa, Moiray Amara (Male) age 58 - 1994 in Small Bo, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Stripped.
Kordor, Mariama (Female) age 69 - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced.
Korgbai, Sudie (Female) age 62 - 1995 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Korgbi, Solomon (Male) - 1994 - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Koroma, A.G. (Male) - 1998 in Magbema, Kambia - Property looted.
Koroma, Aban (Male) - 1996 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Koroma, Abass (Male) age 32 - Displaced.
Koroma, Abdul (Male) age 5 - 1992 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Killed.
Koroma, Abdul (Male) age 10 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Assaulted.
Koroma, Abdul (Male) age 12 - 1993 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced.
Koroma, Abdul (Male) age 15 - 1991 - Killed.
Koroma, Abdul (Male) age 19 - 1995 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced. Assaulted.
Koroma, Abdul (Male) age 22 - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced and extorted. Abducted.
Koroma, Abdul (Male) age 48 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Abdulah (Male) - Displaced.
Koroma, Abdulai (Male) - 1993 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Koroma, Abdulai (Male) - 1994 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Killed.
Koroma, Abdulai (Male) age 21 - 1999 - Killed.
Koroma, Abdulai (Male) age 24 - 1999 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Killed.
Koroma, Abdulai (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Abdulai (Male) age 47 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted. Tortured.
Koroma, Abu (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Abu (Male) - Forced to labour. Killed.
Koroma, Abu (Male) - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Property destroyed. Killed.
Koroma, Abu (Male) - 1994 in Lugbu, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 30 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Adama (Female) - 1993 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Koroma, Adama (Female) - 1998 in Nimiyama, Kono - Killed.
Koroma,Adama (Female) - 1995 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Adama (Female) - 1994 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced.
Koroma, Adama (Female) - 1997 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Detained.
Koroma, Adama (Female) - 1994 - Property looted.
Koroma, Adama (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Koroma, Adama (Female) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Forced to labour.
Koroma, Adama (Female) age 15 - 1998 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Adama Fudia (Female) - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced.
Koroma, Adamsay (Female) age 16 - 1993 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Ademah (Female) - Extorted and property destroyed.
Koroma, Agatha (Female) - 1996 in Barri, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Aiah (Male) - Killed.
Koroma, Aiah (Male) age 33 - Displaced and property destroyed. Detained. Tortured.
Koroma, Ajiji (Male) - 1995 - Forced to labour.
Koroma, Albert (Male) - 1999 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Tortured. Killed.
Koroma,Alford (Male) age 54 - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displacedand property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Alfred (Male) - 1993 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Koroma, Alfred (Male) age 39 - 1998 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Alhaji (Male) - 1993 in Gbense, Kono - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Alhaji (Male) - 1991 - Property looted.
Koroma, Alhaji (Male) - Displaced.
Koroma, Alhaji Brima (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Alhaji Idrissa (Male) age 4 - 1999 in Bo District - Displaced.
Koroma, Alhaji Monya (Male) - 1993 in Peje, Pujehun - Property destroyed.
Koroma, Alhaji Sheku (Male) - 1993 in Peje, Pujehun - Displaced. Assaulted.
Koroma, Alhaji Umaru (Male) - 1997 in Malema, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Koroma,Alhaji Umaru (Male) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Extorted and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, Alie (Male) - 1994 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Killed.
Koroma, Alie (Male) age 22 - 1996 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Alie (Male) age 24 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Alie Aliekarthy (Male) age 40 - 1994 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Alimamy (Male) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Killed.
Koroma, Alimamy (Male) - 1996 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Killed.
Koroma, Alimamy (Male) - 1998 - Property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Alimamy (Male) age 10 - 1994 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Alimamy (Male) age 30 - 1997 - Property looted. Assaulted.
Koroma,Alimamy (Male) age 59 - 1994 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Alimamy (Male) age 65 - 1994 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Allieu (Male) age 47 - 1994 in Pujehun - Displaced.
Koroma, Alpha (Male) - 1997 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Alpha (Male) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Alpha (Male) age 32 - 1996 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Koroma, Alpha (Male) age 74 - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Alusine (Male) - Extorted.
Koroma, Alusine (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Koroma, Alusine (Male) - Extorted and property looted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Alusine (Male) age 42 - 1995 in Koya, Port Loko - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Amadu (Male) - 1994 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Koroma, Amadu (Male) - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced and extorted.
Koroma, Amadu (Male) age 37 - 1994 in Neini, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Amadu (Male) age 52 - 1994 - Assaulted.
Koroma, Amadu (Male) age 68 - 1995 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Koroma, Amara (Male) - Displaced.
Koroma, Ambo (Male) - 1999 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Killed.
Koroma, Amidu (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, Amidu (Male) age 12 - 1997 in Koya, Port Loko - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, Amidu (Male) age 45 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Amidu (Male) age 60 - 1996 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Koroma, Amie (Female) - 1996 in Koinadugu - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Koroma, Amie (Female) - 1996 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Amie (Female) - 1996 in Wunde, Bo District - Killed.
Koroma, Amie (Female) - 1991 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Displaced and extorted. Tortured.
Koroma, Amie (Female) age 40 - Killed.
Koroma,Amie (Female) age 53 - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Extorted and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Koroma, Amie (Female) age 91 - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Koroma, Aminata (Female) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Aminata (Female) - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Koroma, Aminata (Female) age 15 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced. Assaulted.
Koroma, Aminata (Female) age 26 - 1994 - Displaced.
Koroma, Aminata (Female) age 27 - 1997 - Displaced.
Koroma, Aminata (Female) age 52 - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Amodu (Male) age 40 - 1992 in Peje, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Koroma, Amodu (Male) age 63 - 1991 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Andumana (Male) - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Displaced. Tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Ansumana (Male) - 1997 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Koroma, Ansumana (Male) age 10 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Anthony (Male) age 44 - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Abducted. Tortured.
Koroma, Aruna (Male) age 8 - 1994 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Assanatu (Female) age 10 - 1998 in Western Area - Tortured.
Koroma, Baby (Female) - Killed.
Koroma, Bai (Male) - Property destroyed.
Koroma, Bai (Male) age 56 - 1999 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted. Tortured.
Koroma, Baindu (Female) - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Baindu (Female) - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, Baindu (Female) age 17 - 1999 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced. Assaulted.
Koroma, Balla (Male) age 50 - 1994 - Killed.
Koroma, Balla (Male) age 65 - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted.
Koroma, Bamba (Male) - 1998 in Neini, Koinadugu - Assaulted.
Koroma, Bambay (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Bangalie (Male) - 1991 in Yakemo-Kpukumu Krim, Pujehun - Property destroyed. Detained. Killed.
Koroma, Bangalie (Male) - 1991 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Killed.
Koroma, Barba (Male) - 1999 - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Basiru (Male) age 51 - 1997 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Bindy (Male) - 1998 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated. Killed.
Koroma, Binta (Female) - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Abducted.
Koroma, Boakie (Male) - 1993 - Property destroyed.
Koroma, Bockarie (Male) - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Bockarie (Male) - 1991 - Killed.
Koroma, Bockarie (Male) age 25 - 1993 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Abducted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Bockarie (Male) age 42 - 1998 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Property looted.
Koroma, Bockarie (Male) age 71 - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Koroma, Bockarie Yalla (Male) age 64 - 1994 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Bomba (Male) age 14 - 1997 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Bombalai (Male) - Limb amputated.
Koroma, Bomkaprr (Male) - 1995 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Koroma, Borbor (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Property looted. Killed.
Koroma, Braima (Male) - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Koroma, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Koroma, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Peje, Pujehun - Killed.
Koroma, Brima (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Detained. Killed.
Koroma, Brima (Male) - 1994 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Koroma, Brima (Male) - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Brima (Male) - 1994 in Niawa, Kenema - Tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Brima (Male) - 1997 in Malema, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Brima (Male) age 28 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Koroma, Brima (Male) age 31 - 1991 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Koroma, Brima (Male) age 35 - 1991 in Peje, Pujehun - Displaced.
Koroma,Brima (Male) age 41 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displacedand property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Koroma, Brima (Male) age 54 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Koroma, Brima (Male) age 56 - Property looted.
Koroma, Chernor (Male) age 100 - 1995 - Extorted and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Comrabai (Male) age 49 - 1996 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Dankay (Female) age 63 - 1995 - Abducted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Dauda (Male) - 1999 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Killed.
Koroma, Dauda (Male) - 1997 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Property destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Dauda (Male) - 1995 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Killed.
Koroma, Dauda (Male) - 1997 in Malema, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Dauda (Male) age 33 - 1995 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Abducted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Dauda (Male) age 37 - 1997 in Diang, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma,Dauda (Male) age 53 - 1998 in Neini, Koinadugu - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Dauda (Male) age 74 - 1994 in Jawie, Kailahun - Property destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, David (Male) - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Duwai (Male) - 1999 in Barri, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Edward (Male) - 1994 in Konike Barina, Tonkolili - Killed.
Koroma, Emily (Female) - 1995 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Koroma, Fadei (Female) age 48 - 1991 - Displaced.
Koroma, Famor (Male) - Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, Farrah (Male) - Tortured.
Koroma, Farrah (Male) age 23 - 1998 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Fatmata (Female) - 1998 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Fatmata (Female) age 17 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Assaulted.
Koroma,Fatmata (Female) age 21 - 1999 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Displacedand extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Fatmata (Female) age 21 - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
Koroma, Fatmata (Female) age 43 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Fatta (Female) - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Koroma, Fattu (Female) age 9 - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Koroma, Fattu (Female) age 28 - Tortured.
Koroma, Fatu (Female) - 1994 - Displaced.
Koroma, Fatu (Female) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Koroma, Fatu (Female) - 1999 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Fatu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted.
Koroma, Fatu (Female) age 33 - Assaulted.
Koroma, Fatu (Female) age 37 - 1995 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Fatu (Female) age 56 - Displaced and property looted.
Koroma, Ferenkeh (Male) age 38 - 1998 in Neini, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Koroma, Finah (Female) - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Finnah (Female) age 35 - 1998 in Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Foday (Male) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Koroma, Foday (Male) - 1999 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Foday (Male) - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Foday (Male) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Foday (Male) - 1997 in Nongowa, Kenema - Property looted. Detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Koroma, Foday (Male) age 10 - 1991 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Abducted.
Koroma, Foday (Male) age 34 - 1992 in Nongowa, Kenema - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Koroma, Foday (Male) age 41 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Foday (Male) age 41 - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced.
Koroma, Foday (Male) age 62 - 1999 - Extorted.
Koroma, Foday Lamin (Male) age 61 - 1995 in Tunkia, Kenema - Forced to labour. Stripped. Killed.
Koroma, Fodei (Male) age 68 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Fodi Mustapha (Male) age 33 - 1995 in Tunkia, Kenema - Displaced.
Koroma,Fodie (Male) age 48 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Extorted and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Gabriel (Male) age 13 - Forced to labour.
Koroma, Gassimu (Male) - 1993 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Koroma, Gbaara (Male) age 57 - 1999 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Gbagahun (Male) age 79 - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced and property looted. Killed.
Koroma, Gberie (Male) - 1994 in Baoma, Bo District - Killed.
Koroma, Gbessay (Female) age 54 - 1995 - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured.
Koroma, Haja (Female) - 1997 in Malema, Kailahun - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Koroma,Haja Inia (Female) age 37 - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili -Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Haja Jeneba (Female) age 62 - 1998 in Nimiyama, Kono - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Hambo (Male) - 1999 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Killed.
Koroma, Hannah (Female) age 25 - 1999 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Koroma, Harrold (Male) - 1991 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Forced to labour.
Koroma, Hassan (Male) - 1992 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Koroma,Hassan (Male) age 19 - 1995 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Propertylooted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Koroma, Hassan (Male) age 41 - 1992 in Kono - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Hassana (Male) age 27 - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Hawa (Female) - 1996 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Assaulted.
Koroma, Hawa (Female) - 1999 - Displaced and property looted.
Koroma, Hawa (Female) - Displaced.
Koroma, Hawa (Female) - 1991 - Killed.
Koroma, Hawa (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Koroma, Hawa (Female) age 22 - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted.
Koroma, Hawa (Female) age 36 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Koroma, Hawa (Female) age 46 - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Hawanatu (Female) age 22 - 1999 in Western Area - Tortured.
Koroma, Ibrahim (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Ibrahim (Male) - Killed.
Koroma, Ibrahim (Male) - 1991 - Assaulted.
Koroma, Ibrahim (Male) - 1997 in Small Bo, Kenema - Forced to labour.
Koroma, Ibrahim (Male) - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Stripped and limb amputated.
Koroma, Ibrahim (Male) age 31 - 1999 - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Koroma, Ibrahim (Male) age 34 - 1998 - Property looted. Stripped.
Koroma, Idrissa (Male) - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Koroma, Isata (Female) age 7 - 1994 in Dama, Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Isatu (Female) - 1993 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Koroma, Isatu (Female) - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Displaced. Assaulted.
Koroma, Isatu (Female) - 1997 in Malema, Kailahun - Killed.
Koroma, Isatu (Female) age 12 - 1999 in Koya, Port Loko - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Koroma, Isatu (Female) age 38 - 1999 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Ishmel (Male) age 17 - 1999 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Issa (Male) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Iye (Female) - Displaced.
Koroma, Iye (Female) age 11 - 1998 - Displaced. Killed.
Koroma, Iye (Female) age 50 - 1998 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Limb amputated.
Koroma, Iye (Female) age 90 - 1995 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Koroma, J.P. (Male) - 1997 in Bonthe - Extorted.
Koroma, Jamatu (Female) - 1996 in Malegohun, Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Jatu (Female) age 78 - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Jebbeh (Female) - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Jeneba (Female) - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Jeneba (Female) age 23 - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Jenneh (Female) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Jinnah (Male) - Killed.
Koroma, Joe (Male) - 1992 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Koroma, Joe (Male) age 47 - 1992 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Koroma, John (Male) - 1994 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Killed.
Koroma, John (Male) - Property looted.
Koroma, John (Male) age 22 - 1994 - Displaced.
Koroma, John (Male) age 23 - 1998 in Konike Sande, Tonkolili - Extorted.
Koroma, Johnny (Male) - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Joseph (Male) - 1993 in Malal Mara, Tonkolili - Killed.
Koroma, Joseph (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Joseph (Male) - 1998 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced. Tortured and limb amputated.
Koroma, Joseph (Male) - 1991 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Joseph (Male) - 1997 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Koroma, Julius (Male) age 51 - 1994 - Displaced.
Koroma, Juma (Male) age 50 - 1993 - Killed.
Koroma, Jusu (Male) - 1992 in Nongowa, Kenema - Assaulted.
Koroma, Kabba (Male) age 25 - 1998 in Bombali - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Koroma, Kadae (Female) age 2 - 1997 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Killed.
Koroma, Kaday (Female) - 1998 - Assaulted.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) - 1996 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) - 1995 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) - 1998 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) - 1999 - Displaced and extorted.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) - 1998 - Displaced.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) - Killed.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) - 1991 in Yawei, Kailahun - Killed.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) age 16 - Displaced.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) age 31 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) age 40 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) age 42 - 1998 in Gbane, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Koroma, Kadiatu (Female) age 47 - 2000 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Koroma, Kadie (Female) - 1991 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Koroma, Kadie (Female) age 45 - 1991 in Pujehun - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Kaeonma (Male) - 1998 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Koroma, Kai (Male) age 32 - 1994 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced.
Koroma, Kailie (Male) age 51 - 1998 - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Kamba (Male) - 1997 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
Koroma, Kanah (Male) age 56 - 1994 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Karifa (Male) - 1998 - Displaced. Killed.
Koroma, Karifadu (Male) - 1997 - Displaced.
Koroma, Karim (Male) - 1997 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Koroma,Karimu (Male) age 47 - 1998 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Displaced, extortedand property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Kathy (Female) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Killed.
Koroma, Katumu (Female) - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Kelvin (Male) age 26 - 1995 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Displaced.
Koroma, Kenee (Female) - 1991 - Killed.
Koroma, Kennie (Male) - 1994 in Wunde, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, Kodo (Male) - 1999 - Abducted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Kona (Female) age 49 - 1994 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Property destroyed.
Koroma, Kulako (Female) age 16 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Kumba (Female) age 35 - 1998 - Displaced.
Koroma, Lahai (Male) - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Lahai (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Killed.
Koroma, Lahai (Male) - 1999 in Peje, Pujehun - Killed.
Koroma, Lahai (Male) - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Koroma, Lahai (Male) age 42 - Displaced. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Lahai (Male) age 75 - 1997 in Bonthe - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Lahai Ndokoi (Male) age 76 - 1998 in Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Stripped.
Koroma, Lamin (Male) - 1996 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Koroma, Lamin (Male) age 10 - 1992 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Lamin (Male) age 18 - 2000 in Soa, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Lamin (Male) age 34 - 1999 in Maforki, Port Loko - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Koroma, Lamin (Male) age 40 - 1996 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted.
Koroma, Lamina (Male) - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Killed.
Koroma, Lansana (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Koroma, Lansana (Male) - 1997 in Malema, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Lansana (Male) age 46 - 1996 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Lansana (Male) age 47 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced.
Koroma, Lemba (Male) age 14 - 1998 in Fiama, Kono - Forced to labour.
Koroma, Lensenie (Male) - 1998 in Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, M (Male) - 1996 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Mabinty (Female) - 1992 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Killed.
Koroma, Mabinty (Female) age 38 - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced.
Koroma, Mabinty (Female) age 47 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Macus (Male) - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Koroma, Mafilla (Female) age 31 - 1999 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Magai (Male) - 1999 in Sanda Magblonthor, Port Loko - Abducted. Killed.
Koroma, Magdalene (Female) age 43 - 1994 in Kori, Moyamba - Displaced.
Koroma, Mahmoud (Male) - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Mambu (Male) - Extorted. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Manimo-Sheku (Male) - Assaulted.
Koroma,Manseh (Male) age 40 - 1999 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Manso (Male) - 1999 in Koinadugu - Killed.
Koroma, Manso (Male) age 6 - 1998 in Neini, Koinadugu - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Marcus (Male) age 33 - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Limb amputated.
Koroma, Mariam (Female) - 1997 in Koya, Port Loko - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Mariama (Female) - 1991 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Koroma, Mariama (Female) - 1991 in Western Area - Extorted.
Koroma, Mariama (Female) age 12 - 1994 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Koroma, Mariama (Female) age 20 - Extorted and property looted. Tortured.
Koroma, Mariama (Female) age 61 - 1992 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Marie (Female) age 44 - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Marie (Female) age 51 - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Extorted and property looted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Marie (Female) age 56 - 1999 in Loko Massama, Port Loko - Extorted. Tortured.
Koroma, Martha (Female) - 1998 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Masia (Male) age 31 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Forced to labour.
Koroma, Massah (Female) - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma,Massah (Female) age 20 - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced,extorted and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Massah (Female) age 61 - 1997 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Modu (Male) - 1995 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) - 1999 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Killed.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) - 1992 - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) - 1994 - Killed.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) - Killed.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) - 1997 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) - 1992 in Badjia, Bo District - Assaulted.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) age 10 - 1993 in Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) age 17 - 1992 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Tortured.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) age 20 - 1994 - Displaced.
Koroma,Mohamed (Male) age 30 - 1991 in Langorama, Kenema - Displaced, extortedand property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) age 34 - 1991 - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) age 37 - 1999 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) age 37 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) age 40 - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Killed.
Koroma,Mohamed (Male) age 52 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced and propertylooted. Abducted. Assaulted, tortured and limb amputated.
Koroma, Mohamed (Male) age 56 - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Moiguan (Male) - 1991 in Sielenga, Bo District - Killed.
Koroma, Moijoy (Male) age 44 - 1992 in Nomo, Kenema - Property destroyed.
Koroma,Moijue (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted andproperty destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Molie (Male) age 45 - 1999 in Gbanti Kamaranka, Bombali - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma,Momodu (Male) - 1998 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Momodu (Male) - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Momodu (Male) - 1997 in Kongbora, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Koroma, Momodu (Male) - 1998 in Koya, Port Loko - Killed.
Koroma, Momodu (Male) - 1997 in Malema, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Momodu (Male) - 1998 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma,Momodu (Male) age 45 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Killed.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) - 1999 in Peje, Pujehun - Killed.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) - 1996 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) - Killed.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) - Killed.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Limb amputated.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) - 1996 in Gaura, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) age 10 - Forced to labour.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) age 52 - 1997 in Kenema - Property destroyed.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) age 56 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) age 57 - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) age 62 - 1998 in Konike Barina, Tonkolili - Killed.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) age 64 - 1997 in Gaura, Kenema - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) age 66 - 1997 in Gaura, Kenema - Limb amputated.
Koroma, Momoh (Male) age 70 - 1998 in Briama, Kambia - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Koroma, Momorie (Male) age 13 - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Forced to labour.
Koroma, Monya (Male) age 37 - 1992 in Dia, Kailahun - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Moriba (Male) age 64 - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Morie (Male) - 1993 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Killed.
Koroma, Morray (Male) age 28 - 1994 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Moses (Male) age 41 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Musa (Male) - 1997 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Musa (Male) - Property looted.
Koroma, Musa (Male) - 1991 in Kailahun - Killed.
Koroma, Musa (Male) - 1991 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Koroma, Musa (Male) - 1994 in Kenema - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Koroma, Musa (Male) - 1992 in Dia, Kailahun - Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, Musa (Male) age 10 - 1991 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Killed.
Koroma, Musa (Male) age 19 - 1998 - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Musa (Male) age 25 - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced.
Koroma, Musa (Male) age 28 - 1997 in Small Bo, Kenema - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Musa (Male) age 49 - 1994 in Konike Barina, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Mustapha (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Mustapha (Male) - 1993 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Koroma, Mustapha (Male) age 22 - 1992 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Assaulted.
Koroma, Mustapha (Male) age 32 - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property looted.
Koroma, Mustapha (Male) age 33 - 2000 in Sandor, Kono - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Koroma, Mustapha (Male) age 47 - 1995 in Benducha, Bonthe - Displaced.
Koroma, Musu (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted.
Koroma, Musu (Female) age 25 - 1998 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Koroma, Nancy (Female) age 20 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Koroma, Ndiamond (Male) age 71 - 1998 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Koroma, Nfalie (Male) - 1999 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Property looted. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Nohals (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Nyandeamoh (Female) - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Nyapo (Female) age 45 - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced and extorted.
Koroma, Ousman (Male) - 1999 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Koroma, Ousman (Male) - 1999 in Diang, Koinadugu - Killed.
Koroma,Ousman (Male) age 33 - 1998 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced andproperty looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Ousman (Male) age 55 - 1992 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Ousman (Male) age 75 - Killed.
Koroma, Paeyoh (Male) - 1999 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Koroma, Patrick (Male) - Extorted. Tortured.
Koroma, Patrick (Male) age 51 - 1991 - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Peter (Male) - 1994 in Kalansogia, Tonkolili - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Koroma, Posseh (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Koroma, Rashid (Male) age 20 - 1995 in Marampa, Port Loko - Forced to labour.
Koroma, Richard (Male) - 1999 in Bombali Shebora, Bombali - Property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Rugiatu (Female) - 1994 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Rukor (Female) - 1992 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Koroma, Ruth (Female) age 15 - 1994 - Displaced.
Koroma, Saata (Female) age 39 - 1995 - Assaulted.
Koroma,Sad (Male) age 42 - 1997 in Small Bo, Kenema - Property looted anddestroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Koroma, Saffa (Male) - 1991 - Killed.
Koroma, Saffa (Male) age 44 - 1994 in Nongowa, Kenema - Property destroyed. Killed.
Koroma, Saffa (Male) age 51 - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Saidu (Male) - 1997 in Kaffu Bullom, Port Loko - Assaulted.
Koroma, Saidu (Male) - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Saidu (Male) age 22 - Property looted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Saidu (Male) age 23 - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Koroma, Saidu (Male) age 45 - 1996 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed.
Koroma, Saio (Male) age 25 - 1998 in Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Abducted. Killed.
Koroma, Salamu (Male) age 22 - 1995 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Salia (Male) - Killed.
Koroma,Salifu (Male) - 1998 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Sallay - Displaced. Assaulted.
Koroma, Salln (Male) age 13 - 1998 in Koinadugu - Killed.
Koroma, Sallu (Male) - 1997 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Displaced.
Koroma, Sallu (Male) age 18 - 1991 in Peje, Pujehun - Killed.
Koroma, Sama (Female) age 30 - 1994 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced.
Koroma, Samai (Male) age 30 - 1993 in Simbaru, Kenema - Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Samodu (Male) age 45 - Property looted.
Koroma, Sampha (Male) - 1992 in Kono - Displaced. Killed.
Koroma, Sampha (Male) - 1994 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Killed.
Koroma, Samuel (Male) age 44 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Sando (Female) age 46 - Displaced.
Koroma, Sannah (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Koroma, Santigie (Male) - Property destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, Santigie (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced. Killed.
Koroma, Sao (Male) - 1994 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Sao (Male) age 35 - 1997 in Gaura, Kenema - Displaced.
Koroma, Saomomoh (Male) - 1992 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Koroma, Sapham (Male) - 1998 in Biriwa, Bombali - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured.
Koroma, Sarah (Female) age 26 - Killed.
Koroma, Sarah (Female) age 53 - 1998 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Sassie (Male) - 1993 in Gbense, Kono - Killed.
Koroma, Satta (Female) age 52 - 1993 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Koroma, Sendor (Female) age 5 - 1994 - Killed.
Koroma, Senesie (Male) - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Senesie (Male) age 54 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Sengbe (Male) age 53 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured and stripped.
Koroma, Sheka (Male) age 64 - 1999 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Sheku (Male) - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Property looted.
Koroma, Sheku (Male) - 1995 - Killed.
Koroma, Sheku (Male) - 1997 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Forced to labour.
Koroma,Sheku (Male) age 26 - 1999 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced, extortedand property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Sheku (Male) age 35 - Killed.
Koroma, Sheku (Male) age 62 - 1999 in Koinadugu - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Sheku (Male) age 64 - 1999 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Property destroyed. Tortured.
Koroma, Sheriff (Male) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced. Abducted. Limb amputated. Killed.
Koroma,Shiaka (Male) age 26 - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced,extorted and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Simbo (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Detained.
Koroma, Smart (Male) age 67 - 1997 in Kenema - Tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Sokurun (Male) age 82 - 1999 in Diang, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Tortured.
Koroma, Sondima (Male) age 20 - 1995 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Koroma, Sorie (Male) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Abducted. Limb amputated. Killed.
Koroma, Sorie (Male) - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Sorie (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Koroma,Sorie (Male) - 1999 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced, extorted andproperty destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Sorie (Male) age 28 - 1992 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Displaced.
Koroma,Sorie (Male) age 31 - 1999 in Sambaia Bendugu, Tonkolili - Displacedand property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Koroma, Sorie (Male) age 36 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted.
Koroma, Sorie (Male) age 39 - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced. Killed.
Koroma, Sorie (Male) age 57 - 1996 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced and extorted.
Koroma, Sudufu (Male) - 1994 in Wunde, Bo District - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Koroma, Sukairiatu (Female) age 46 - 1996 in Bo District - Extorted. Tortured.
Koroma, Sulaiman (Male) - 1994 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Killed.
Koroma, Sulaiman (Male) - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Koroma, Sulaiman (Male) age 10 - 1991 in Peje, Pujehun - Assaulted.
Koroma, Sullay (Male) - 1998 in Masimera, Port Loko - Extorted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Sullay (Male) - 1999 - Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, Sullay (Male) - 1996 in Malegohun, Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Sundu (Female) age 45 - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Koroma, Symbo (Male) age 19 - 1999 - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Koroma, Tamba (Male) - 2000 in Sandor, Kono - Abducted. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Tamba (Male) - 1998 in Diang, Koinadugu - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Koroma, Tamba (Male) - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Koroma, Tamba (Male) age 53 - 1991 in Nomo, Kenema - Displaced.
Koroma, Tamba Necky (Male) - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, Tenneh (Female) age 57 - 1995 in Nomo, Kenema - Killed.
Koroma, Thaim (Male) - 1998 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Property destroyed.
Koroma, Theresa (Female) - 1993 in Simbaru, Kenema - Forced to labour. Tortured.
Koroma, Thomas (Male) - 1998 - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Koroma, Titty (Female) - 1997 in Jong, Bonthe - Property looted. Tortured.
Koroma, Tity (Male) - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Assaulted.
Koroma, Tommy (Male) - 1999 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Killed.
Koroma, Tommy (Male) age 30 - 1997 in Bonthe - Property looted.
Koroma, Tumuru (Male) age 51 - 1998 in Koinadugu - Property destroyed.
Koroma,Umara (Male) age 64 - 1998 in Dembelia Sinkunia, Koinadugu - Displaced,extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Umaru (Male) - 1995 in Tikonko, Bo District - Killed.
Koroma, Umaru Mohamed (Male) age 36 - 1997 in Malema, Kailahun - Property looted.
Koroma, Unisa (Male) - Killed.
Koroma, Vandi (Male) - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Koroma, Vandy (Male) age 42 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Forced to labour. Assaulted. Killed.
Koroma, Vandy (Male) age 47 - 1994 in Nongowa, Kenema - Property destroyed.
Koroma, Vandy (Male) age 61 - 1994 in Gaura, Kenema - Property looted.
Koroma, Yankoro (Male) - 1999 in Diang, Koinadugu - Forced to labour.
Koroma, Yatta (Female) age 7 - Abducted. Assaulted.
Koroma, Yatta (Female) age 40 - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Koroma, Yeabu (Female) - Tortured.
Koroma, Yebu (Female) - 1998 in Leibasgayahun, Bombali - Displaced.
Koroma, Yegbeh (Female) - 1999 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Property destroyed. Killed.
Koroma, Yegbeh (Female) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Koroma, Yenor (Female) - 1992 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Displaced.
Koroma, Yereh (Male) age 55 - Displaced and property looted.
Koroma, Yusuf (Male) - Assaulted.
Koroma, Zainab (Female) - Killed.
Koroma, Zainab (Female) age 17 - 1996 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Koromakallon, Yatta (Female) - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Koromanyormeh, Bobor Deen (Male) age 70 - 1995 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Korpeh, Senesie (Male) age 63 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed.
Korpeh, Surba (Male) - 1995 - Tortured.
Kortu,Julius (Male) age 57 - 1995 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Displaced,extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kortu, Kenie (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Property destroyed.
Kortu,Mariama (Female) - 1991 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Displaced, extortedand property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Korwa, Iye (Female) age 30 - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Korwa, Mustapha (Male) age 15 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Kosia, Isata (Female) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kosia, Lansana (Male) - 1993 in Peje, Pujehun - Property destroyed.
Kossaba, Daniel (Male) age 22 - Extorted. Killed.
Kotei, Agbo (Male) - Killed.
Kougoteh, Saffa (Male) - 1995 in Koya, Kenema - Limb amputated.
Kowa, Abu (Male) - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Killed.
Kowa, Bobson (Male) age 36 - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Extorted and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kowa, Daniel (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kowa, Fatmata (Female) - Displaced.
Kowa, Haja (Female) - Killed.
Kowa, Haja (Female) - 1997 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Property destroyed.
Kowa, Hawa (Female) - Killed.
Kowa, Jattu (Female) age 12 - 1998 in Koya, Kenema - Tortured.
Kowa, Jayia (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kowa, Joe (Male) age 46 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Kowa, Jusu (Male) age 50 - 1993 in Peje, Pujehun - Displaced.
Kowa, Karpou (Male) - 1997 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kowa, Lucy (Female) age 25 - 1995 - Displaced. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Kowa, Mariama (Female) - 1997 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced.
Kowa, Mariama Sivia (Female) - 1997 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kowa, Mohamed Alpha (Male) age 47 - 1994 - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Kowa, Momoh (Male) - 1992 in Bumpeh, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Kowa, Musa (Male) - 1994 in Follosaba Dembelia, Koinadugu - Detained. Killed.
Kowa, Musa (Male) age 10 - 1998 in Koya, Kenema - Tortured.
Kowa, Musa (Male) age 65 - 1998 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced.
Kowa, Nancy (Female) age 27 - 1997 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Detained. Killed.
Kowa, Sorgo (Male) - 1994 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Killed.
Kowa, Vandi (Male) - 1996 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kpagoi, John (Male) - Abducted. Killed.
Kpagoi, Morray (Male) - Abducted. Killed.
Kpagoi, Nabieu (Male) - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kpaka, Abdul (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kpaka, Alhaji Alieu (Male) age 39 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kpaka,Alpha (Male) age 55 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted andtortured.
Kpaka, Amara (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Kpaka, Amie (Female) - Displaced. Abducted.
Kpaka, Amie (Female) age 29 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted.
Kpaka, Ansu (Male) age 20 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Kpaka, Ansumana (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Property destroyed.
Kpaka, Ansumana (Male) age 17 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Forced to labour.
Kpaka, Boakarie (Male) - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kpaka, Bockarie (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kpaka, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kpaka, Brima (Male) - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kpaka, Brima (Male) - 1997 in Nongowa, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kpaka, Celina (Female) - 1995 in Kori, Moyamba - Killed.
Kpaka, Chernor (Male) age 33 - 1997 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kpaka, Ensa (Male) - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Killed.
Kpaka, Foday (Male) - 1991 in Pujehun - Killed.
Kpaka, Foday (Male) - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Tortured.
Kpaka, Foday (Male) - 1998 in Mandu, Kailahun - Killed.
Kpaka, Foday (Male) age 23 - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kpaka, Hawa (Female) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Tortured.
Kpaka, Hawa (Female) age 38 - 1991 in Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Kpaka, Idrissa (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kpaka, Isatu (Female) age 34 - 1991 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Kpaka, James (Male) - 1991 - Killed.
Kpaka, Joseph (Male) - Displaced. Killed.
Kpaka, Jusu (Male) - 1997 in Sowa, Pujehun - Tortured.
Kpaka, Jusu (Male) age 73 - 1992 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Killed.
Kpaka, Kondagba (Male) - 1995 in Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kpaka, Lahai (Male) - 1991 - Abducted and detained.
Kpaka, Lahaiwa (Male) age 76 - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kpaka, Lucia (Female) age 47 - 1998 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kpaka, Lusenie (Male) - Property looted and destroyed.
Kpaka, Mabu (Male) - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kpaka, Mamanor (Female) - 1991 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Abducted.
Kpaka, Mamawa (Female) - 1991 in Peje, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Kpaka, Mana (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Kpaka, Manawa (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kpaka, Mariama (Female) - 1997 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted.
Kpaka, Mariama (Female) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Abducted and detained.
Kpaka, Maseray (Female) - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Displaced.
Kpaka, Matthew (Male) age 46 - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kpaka, Mattu (Female) - Property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kpaka, Mendaga (Male) - Displaced. Abducted.
Kpaka, Mohamed (Male) age 36 - 1991 in Soro Gbema, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Kpaka, Moinima (Male) age 60 - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Killed.
Kpaka, Momodu (Male) age 51 - 1991 in Sielenga, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kpaka, Momoh (Male) age 50 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kpaka, Murana (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Tortured.
Kpaka, Musa (Male) - 1993 in Sowa, Pujehun - Killed.
Kpaka, Musa (Male) age 34 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Kpaka,Musa (Male) age 40 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kpaka, Mustapha (Male) age 75 - 1991 in Gallinasperi, Pujehun - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kpaka, Nabien (Female) - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Kpaka, Ome (Female) - 1993 - Killed.
Kpaka, Saffa (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Tortured.
Kpaka, Saffa (Male) - 1995 in Makpele, Pujehun - Forced to labour.
Kpaka, Saffa (Male) age 47 - 1998 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kpaka, Saidu (Male) - Property looted and destroyed.
Kpaka, Sallay (Female) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Tortured.
Kpaka, Sao (Female) age 38 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kpaka, Seiyah (Female) - 1991 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Abducted.
Kpaka, Senesie (Male) - 1991 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Killed.
Kpaka, Shegbe (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kpaka, Shemgbe (Male) - 1994 - Killed.
Kpaka, Shengbe (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Kpaka, Sima - 1991 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kpaka, Sombo (Female) - 1991 - Abducted and detained.
Kpaka, Sowoteh (Female) - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kpaka, Tibo (Male) - 1991 - Abducted and detained.
Kpaka, Vaikai (Male) age 38 - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed.
Kpaka, Vandi (Male) - 1997 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Property looted.
Kpaka, Vandi (Male) - 1995 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kpaka, Vandy (Male) age 43 - 1997 in Western Area - Property destroyed.
Kpaka, Wuya (Female) - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kpaka, Yama (Female) - 1996 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Killed.
Kpaka, Yeawa (Female) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Displaced. Tortured.
Kpakima, Aiah (Male) age 55 - Killed.
Kpakima, Kai (Male) age 51 - 1997 - Property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kpakima, Kumba (Female) - Displaced. Tortured.
Kpakima, Sia (Female) age 25 - 1992 - Assaulted and tortured.
Kpakima, Vandy (Male) age 69 - 1997 in Tunkia, Kenema - Property destroyed.
Kpakra, Hokie (Female) - Displaced.
Kpana, Binta (Female) - 1997 - Displaced.
Kpana, Isata (Female) - 1997 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kpana, John (Male) - 1999 in Timdel, Moyamba - Forced to labour. Forced to participate in an act of cannibalism.
Kpana, Julius (Male) - 1995 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Kpana, Lamin (Male) age 48 - 1997 - Displaced and property looted.
Kpana, Lansana (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Abducted.
Kpana,Marian Jebeh (Female) - 1997 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Propertydestroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kpana, Marie (Female) - 1995 in Yawei, Kailahun - Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Kpana, Satta (Female) - 1997 - Displaced.
Kpanabome, Andrew (Male) age 37 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced.
Kpanabome, James (Male) age 32 - 1995 in Bagruwa, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kpanabome, Joe (Male) age 57 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kpanabome, Junisa (Male) - 1995 - Displaced. Abducted. Killed.
Kpanabome,Maseray (Female) age 63 - 1995 in Sella Limba, Bombali - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kpanabome, Momodu (Male) age 15 - Forced to labour.
Kpanabome, Musu (Female) age 34 - 1995 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kpanabome, Sannah (Male) age 59 - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Extorted. Detained.
Kpanabome, Shorgor (Female) - Assaulted. Killed.
Kpanabome, Tommy (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced.
Kpanahun, Karimu (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kpanda, Moses (Male) age 26 - 1994 - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kpandewa, Hannah (Female) age 23 - 1996 in Kono - Property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kpandeyenge, Sahr (Male) age 51 - 2000 - Extorted and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kpangay, Bobor (Male) age 32 - 1995 in Banta Mokele, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kpangay, Finda (Female) age 48 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kpangay, Hannah (Female) age 38 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced.
Kpangay, Hawa (Female) - 1991 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Kpangay, Lahai (Male) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Kpangay, Sheku (Male) age 32 - 1998 in Kamara, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Killed.
Kpangay, Vandy (Male) age 42 - 1991 - Property looted and destroyed.
Kparka, Abdulai (Male) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Property destroyed. Killed.
Kpatewai, Vandi (Male) age 55 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kpawa, Abu (Male) - 1994 in Jiama-Bongor, Bo District - Killed.
Kpawa, Boackai (Male) - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Property destroyed.
Kpele, Musu (Female) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Kpembo, Yei (Female) age 19 - 1992 in Fiama, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Limb amputated.
Kpengba, Mustapha (Male) age 48 - 1994 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kpengba, Shaka (Male) - 1995 in Kando Leppeama, Kenema - Extorted. Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Kpewa, Amie (Female) - 1991 - Assaulted.
Kpewa, Kpawa (Male) age 45 - 1992 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kpewa, Tommy (Male) - 1991 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kpima, Sandy (Male) age 52 - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kpolie, Mabondo (Female) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Kpornike, Aruna (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Limb amputated.
Kposowa,Abdul (Male) age 31 - 1997 in Western Area - Extorted and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kposowa, Boi (Female) - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kposowa, Fatmata (Female) age 27 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kposowa, Joe (Male) - 1994 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced.
Kpukumu, Borbor (Male) age 29 - 1993 - Displaced and extorted.
Kpukumu, Kaibene (Male) - 1993 - Property destroyed.
Kpukumu, Lansana (Male) age 47 - Extorted.
Kpukumu,S (Male) age 44 - 1996 in Panga Krim, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Kpukumu, Sao (Male) age 45 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kpukunu, Kabineh (Male) - Property destroyed.
Kpulun, Abdul (Male) age 37 - Assaulted. Killed.
Kpulun, James (Male) age 23 - 1999 in Western Area - Abducted and detained. Tortured and limb amputated.
Kromanty, James (Male) age 44 - 1999 in Western Area - Forced to labour. Killed.
Kuala, Isatu (Female) age 48 - 1992 in Magbema, Kambia - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kula, Mgo (Male) - 1992 - Killed.
Kula Seituah, Kenei (Female) - 1991 in Dama, Kenema - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Kuma, Kaprr (Male) age 72 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Kumabeh,Ansumana (Male) age 32 - 1995 - Displaced and property looted anddestroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Kumbay, Komba (Male) - Abducted.
Kumbay, Toetoe (Male) - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kunateh, Abu Bakarr (Male) age 45 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Tortured.
Kundema, Komba (Male) - 1998 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Displaced. Abducted.
Kunnah, Sorie (Male) - 1998 in Port Loko - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Forced to labour.
Kutubu, Sahr (Male) age 34 - 1997 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Kuyaleh, Abdulai (Male) - Killed.
Kuyama, Aiah (Male) age 38 - 1998 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Displaced. Assaulted.
Kuyata, Fatmata (Female) - Abducted and detained.
Kuyateh, Abdul (Male) age 52 - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Kuyateh, Alhassan (Male) age 24 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Kuyateh, Alpha (Male) - 1998 - Assaulted and tortured.
Kuyateh, Bashiru (Male) - 1995 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Kuyateh, Foday (Male) age 41 - 1999 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Kuyateh, Giba (Male) - 1998 in Koinadugu - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Kuyateh, Isata (Female) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Extorted and property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Kuyateh, Korifala (Male) - 1998 - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Kuyateh, Kula (Female) age 25 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Kuyateh, Manika (Female) - Assaulted.
Kuyateh, Mohamed (Male) age 13 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Kuyateh, Mohamed A. (Male) age 24 - 1995 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Lacoh, Hassana (Male) age 42 - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced and property destroyed.
Lagah, Joseph (Male) - 1995 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed.
Lagao, Joseph (Male) age 22 - 1996 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Lagao, Margrette (Female) - 1998 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Lahai, Abdulai (Male) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced.
Lahai, Abdulai (Male) age 56 - Displaced. Tortured. Killed.
Lahai, Abu (Male) age 10 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced.
Lahai, Alhaji Alieu (Male) age 51 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Tortured.
Lahai, Alhaji Brima (Male) age 57 - 1995 in Badjia, Bo District - Property destroyed.
Lahai,Alpha (Male) age 20 - 1991 in Wunde, Bo District - Displaced andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Lahai, Amadu (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Abducted. Killed.
Lahai, Andrew (Male) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced.
Lahai, Ansu (Male) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced.
Lahai, Aruna (Male) - 1991 in Jalahun, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Lahai, Augustine (Male) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Lahai, Baby (Female) - 1994 in Malen, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Lahai, Bangalie (Male) age 60 - 1993 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Lahai, Beatrice (Female) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced.
Lahai, Bendu (Male) age 10 - 1996 in Nimikoro, Kono - Killed.
Lahai, Borbor (Male) age 24 - 1997 - Displaced. Killed.
Lahai, Brima (Male) - 1994 in Malen, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Lahai, Brima (Male) age 40 - 1998 in Luawa, Kailahun - Forced to labour. Tortured. Killed.
Lahai,Brima (Male) age 44 - 1991 in Bagbe, Bo District - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Lahai, Bundeu (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Lahai, Effieda (Female) - 1995 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Lahai, Efrider (Female) - 1995 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced.
Lahai, Foday (Male) age 24 - 1991 in Malema, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Lahai, Francis (Male) - Displaced, extorted and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Lahai, Hawa (Female) age 16 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced.
Lahai, Isatta (Female) age 60 - 1996 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Displaced and extorted. Tortured.
Lahai, Issa (Male) - 1995 in Baoma, Bo District - Property destroyed.
Lahai, Iye (Female) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced.
Lahai, Joe (Male) age 44 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Lahai, John (Male) age 33 - 1994 - Property destroyed. Abducted. Tortured and stripped.
Lahai, Joseph (Male) - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Lahai, Joseph (Male) age 24 - Killed.
Lahai, Kadie (Female) - 1997 in Koya, Kenema - Extorted. Forced to labour.
Lahai, Kadie (Female) age 50 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Lahai, Luseni (Male) - 1996 - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Lahai, Martha (Female) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced.
Lahai, Mohamed (Male) age 39 - 1996 in Fakunya, Moyamba - Extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained. Stripped.
Lahai, Momoh (Male) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Lahai, Morie (Male) age 24 - 1991 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Lahai, Musa (Male) - 1997 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Lahai, Musa (Male) - 1993 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Lahai, Nabieu (Male) age 57 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced. Tortured.
Lahai, Nyakeh (Male) - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced.
Lahai, Roland (Male) age 54 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Lahai, Sahr (Male) - 1993 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Killed.
Lahai, Saidu (Male) age 35 - 1991 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Lahai, Sallay (Female) age 25 - 1995 in Upper Bambara , Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Lahai, Sao (Male) age 19 - 1994 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced and extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Lahai, Satta (Female) - 1993 in Badjia, Bo District - Killed.
Lahai, Saysay (Male) - 1997 in Western Area - Killed.
Lahai, Steven (Male) - Property looted.
Lahai, Tainge (Female) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Abducted. Killed.
Lahai, Tom (Male) - 1992 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Lahai, Tommy (Male) - 1995 in Yawbeko, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Lahai, Vandi (Male) - 1997 in Luawa, Kailahun - Property destroyed. Detained. Assaulted.
Lahai, Victoria (Female) - 1997 in Western Area - Killed.
Lahai, Walker (Male) - 1997 in Western Area - Killed.
Lahai, Wuya (Female) age 10 - 1993 in Nongowa, Kenema - Forced to labour.
Lahai, Yatta (Female) age 27 - 1994 in Jawie, Kailahun - Extorted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Lahai, Yusufu (Male) age 45 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed.
Lahunya, Faya (Female) age 42 - 1999 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Lahunya, Fayia (Male) age 43 - 2000 - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Lakoh, Abdulai (Male) age 42 - 1994 in Kafe Simira, Tonkolili - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Lakoh, Abu Bakarr (Male) - 1999 in Gbendembu Ngowahun, Bombali - Property looted.
Lakoh, Adama (Female) - 1994 in Gbonkolenken, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Lakoh, Alimamy (Male) age 45 - 1995 in Tane, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Lakoh, Amadu (Male) - 1997 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Lakoh, Amadu (Male) age 24 - 1994 in Kholifa Mabang, Tonkolili - Displaced.
Lakoh, Foday (Male) - 1995 in Tane, Tonkolili - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Lakoh, Iye (Female) - 1994 in Kholifa Rowalla, Tonkolili - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Lakoh,Sorie (Male) age 67 - 1999 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Lamboi, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Lamboi, John (Male) - 1993 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Lamboi, Joseph (Male) age 28 - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Property looted. Stripped.
Lamboi, Mahota (Female) age 35 - 1998 in Kori, Moyamba - Killed.
Lamboi, Solomon (Male) age 42 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Lamin, Aiah (Male) - Detained. Killed.
Lamin, Allieu (Male) age 43 - 1994 in Nongowa, Kenema - Killed.
Lamin, Ansu (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced and extorted. Abducted. Tortured.
Lamin, Brima (Male) - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Lamin,Brima (Male) age 81 - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Lamin, Dauda (Male) - Displaced.
Lamin, David (Male) age 55 - 1992 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Lamin, David M (Male) - 1992 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced. Detained. Tortured.
Lamin, Fomba (Male) age 60 - 1994 in Luawa, Kailahun - Property looted.
Lamin, Henry (Male) - 1994 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Lamin, Joe (Male) - 1995 in Kowa, Moyamba - Killed.
Lamin, Jusu (Male) - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Lamin, Lucia (Female) - 1997 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Tortured.
Lamin, Maddi (Male) age 53 - 1994 in Gorama Mende, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Lamin, Mariama (Female) age 33 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Displaced.
Lamin, Martha (Female) age 33 - 1997 in Bonthe - Property looted. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Lamin, Michael (Male) age 48 - 1997 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Forced to labour. Killed.
Lamin, Mohamed (Male) age 18 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Lamin, Moris (Male) age 21 - 1997 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced. Forced to labour. Killed.
Lamin, Moses (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Lamin, Musa (Male) - 1997 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour. Assaulted. Killed.
Lamin, Musa (Male) - 1992 in Nongowa, Kenema - Detained. Tortured.
Lamin, Musa (Male) age 53 - 1994 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced.
Lamin, Musa (Male) age 74 - 1994 in Niawa, Kenema - Property destroyed. Killed.
Lamin, Pieh (Male) - 1995 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Killed.
Lamin, Sahr (Male) age 28 - 1994 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced and property looted.
Lamin, Sahr (Male) age 76 - 1998 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Lamin, Surman (Male) age 15 - 1992 in Malen, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Lamin, Tamba (Male) - Detained. Killed.
Lamin, Umu (Female) - Killed.
Lanford, Joe (Male) - 1997 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Lansana, Abibatu (Female) age 12 - 1998 in Nongowa, Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Lansana, Albert (Male) - 1996 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Assaulted.
Lansana, Alpha (Male) age 21 - 1991 in Kissi Teng, Kailahun - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Lansana, Baby (Female) - 1997 - Killed.
Lansana, Baindu (Female) age 38 - 1993 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced.
Lansana, Edward (Male) - 1996 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Lansana, Fatmata (Female) age 13 - Displaced.
Lansana, Foday (Male) age 25 - 1996 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Extorted. Assaulted.
Lansana, Fodie (Male) age 55 - 1993 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Lansana, Hawa (Female) age 4 - 1991 in Nongowa, Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Lansana, Hawa (Female) age 22 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Lansana, Iye (Female) age 15 - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Lansana, James (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Lansana, James (Male) age 58 - 1991 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced and extorted. Forced to labour.
Lansana, Jaunua (Male) age 65 - 1992 - Displaced. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Lansana, Jenneh (Female) age 52 - Property looted.
Lansana, Jiah Federic (Male) age 49 - Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Lansana, John (Male) age 23 - 1997 in Wara-Wara Yagala, Koinadugu - Property looted. Assaulted and stripped.
Lansana, Kamoh (Male) - 1994 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced.
Lansana, Keni (Male) - 1991 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Lansana, Mariama (Female) age 48 - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Property destroyed.
Lansana, Massa (Female) - 1999 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Lansana, Mattia (Male) - Forced to labour.
Lansana, Maulemu (Male) age 32 - 1993 in Small Bo, Kenema - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Abducted. Assaulted.
Lansana, Mimmoh (Male) age 44 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted.
Lansana, Mohamed (Male) age 37 - 1993 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced.
Lansana, Momoh (Male) - 1993 in Peje, Pujehun - Killed.
Lansana, Momoh (Male) - 1994 in Nongowa, Kenema - Abducted. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Lansana, Morie (Male) - Killed.
Lansana, Mualemu (Male) - 1991 in Niawa, Kenema - Assaulted.
Lansana, Saidu (Male) age 62 - 1992 in Malegohun, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Lansana, Samuel (Male) age 42 - 1998 in Gaura, Kenema - Property destroyed.
Lansana, Sao (Male) - 1993 - Property destroyed. Killed.
Lansana, Soh (Male) - Abducted and detained.
Lansana, Swalay (Female) - Property destroyed.
Lansana, Thomas (Male) - 1996 - Abducted.
Lansana, Tity (Female) - 1996 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed.
Lansana, Tommy (Male) - 1994 in Malen, Pujehun - Abducted and detained.
Lansana, Vandy (Male) - 1991 in Bonthe - Killed.
Lansana, Yatta (Female) - Killed.
Lansana Jobbie, Thomas (Male) age 46 - 1995 in Bagruwa, Moyamba - Forced to labour.
Lansanwo, Gbogbowai (Male) age 42 - 1994 in Yawei, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted. Killed.
Lappia, Amie (Female) age 19 - 1995 - Displaced.
Lappia,Diema (Male) age 45 - 1994 in Jawie, Kailahun - Displaced and propertylooted. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Lappia, Jusu (Male) - 1995 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Property looted. Assaulted. Killed.
Lappia, Thomas (Male) age 51 - 1995 in Kpaka, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Larbey, Mariama Marie Sannoh (Female) age 49 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Lassayo, Henry D.B. (Male) age 60 - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property destroyed. Forced to labour.
Lassayo, Sandy (Male) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Killed.
Lassayo, Tenneh (Female) age 45 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Property destroyed.
Lassie, Lamin (Male) - 1995 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Killed.
Lassie, Safula (Female) age 49 - 1994 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Lassie, Seidia (Female) age 79 - 1997 in Simbaru, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
Lassiz, Anthony (Male) age 35 - Displaced and extorted.
Lavalie, Agnes (Female) age 48 - 1996 in Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Lavalie, Dora (Female) - 1995 - Abducted.
Lavalie, Emmanuel (Male) age 56 - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Lavalie, Fatmata (Female) age 34 - 1994 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Displaced and property looted.
Lavalie, Gardie (Female) age 14 - 1994 - Displaced.
Lavalie, Gborie (Male) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced. Killed.
Lavalie, Joe (Male) - 1994 - Killed.
Lavalie, John (Male) - 1995 in Bagruwa, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Lavalie, Kai (Male) age 33 - 1995 - Detained. Killed.
Lavalie, Komba (Male) age 39 - 1995 - Displaced. Abducted.
Lavalie, Momba (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Property destroyed.
Lavalie, Musa (Male) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Lavalie, Musu (Female) - 1994 - Killed.
Lavalie, Neima (Female) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Lavalie, Sundiama (Male) age 20 - 1999 in Kaiyamba, Moyamba - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Lavalie, Yoyui (Female) age 25 - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced.
Lawonday, Farah (Male) - Assaulted. Killed.
Leaf, Brima (Male) - 1993 in Kissi Tongi, Kailahun - Killed.
Lebbie, Adama (Female) - 1994 in Lugbu, Bo District - Assaulted. Killed.
Lebbie, Aiah (Male) age 21 - 1996 - Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Lebbie, Alfred (Male) age 48 - 1995 in Kowa, Moyamba - Tortured. Killed.
Lebbie, Amie (Female) - 1996 in Kori, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Lebbie, Amodu (Male) - 1994 in Badjia, Bo District - Displaced. Assaulted. Killed.
Lebbie, Brima (Male) - 1994 in Lugbu, Bo District - Killed.
Lebbie, Emmanuel (Male) - 1995 in Kowa, Moyamba - Property looted and destroyed.
Lebbie, Fea (Female) age 39 - 1999 - Displaced.
Lebbie, Finda (Female) age 13 - 1998 in Gbense, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Lebbie, Finda (Female) age 15 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Lebbie, Florence (Female) age 33 - 1993 in Baoma, Bo District - Property destroyed.
Lebbie, Hawa (Female) - 1994 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Forced to labour. Killed.
Lebbie, Joe (Male) - 1994 in Jong, Bonthe - Displaced. Abducted.
Lebbie, Junisa (Male) - 1997 in Timdel, Moyamba - Property destroyed.
Lebbie, Kona (Female) age 37 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Lebbie, Laghenyor (Male) - Killed.
Lebbie, Mandi (Female) - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Lebbie, Mark (Male) age 36 - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped. Killed.
Lebbie, Mary (Female) age 35 - 1993 in Komboya, Bo District - Displaced and property destroyed.
Lebbie, Mohamed (Male) - 1995 - Killed.
Lebbie, Moses (Male) - 1995 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Lebbie, Moses (Male) age 44 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Lebbie, Nieru (Male) - 1997 in Kagboro, Moyamba - Displaced.
Lebbie, Robert (Male) - 1996 in Kori, Moyamba - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Lebbie, Saffa (Male) - 1994 in Lugbu, Bo District - Killed.
Lebbie, Sahr (Male) age 41 - 1992 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Killed.
Lebbie, Sahr (Male) age 60 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Abducted. Assaulted and tortured.
Lebbie, Sahr (Male) age 60 - 1998 - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Lebbie, Samu (Male) age 17 - 1994 in Lugbu, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Lebbie, Samuel (Male) - Property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Lebbie, Shar (Male) - 1998 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained. Stripped and limb amputated.
Lebbie, Sia (Female) - 1999 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced.
Lebbie, Sia (Female) age 34 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Lebbie, Solomon (Male) age 41 - 1995 in Kpanda Kemo, Bonthe - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Lebbie, Sulaiman (Male) - 1993 in Bagbo, Bo District - Killed.
Lebbie, Tamba (Male) age 45 - 1992 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Lebbie, Thomas (Male) age 49 - 1995 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Forced to labour.
Lebbie, Wusein (Male) - 1995 in Niawa Lenga, Bo District - Killed.
Lebbie, Yei (Female) - 1999 - Abducted. Assaulted.
Legg, James (Male) - Abducted.
Lehdoe, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Peje Bongre, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Lehleh, Manu (Male) age 72 - 1995 - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Leigh, Fayah (Male) - 1992 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced.
Lelie, Musu (Female) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Lengor, Jenneh (Female) - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Killed.
Lengore, Baby (Female) - 1992 in Jawie, Kailahun - Abducted and detained.
Lessie, Brima Wat (Male) - 1998 - Killed.
Lewis, Augustine (Male) - 1999 - Killed.
Lewis, Betty (Female) - 1998 in Bonthe - Displaced.
Lewis, Betty (Female) - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Lewis, Donald (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Lewis, Erric (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Killed.
Lewis, Isaac (Male) - 1999 - Extorted and property looted. Detained.
Lewis, Mariatu (Female) age 26 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted.
Lewis, Ousman (Male) age 90 - 1997 in Timdel, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Lewis, Subu (Female) - Property looted.
Lewis,Thomas (Male) age 40 - 1997 in Imperi, Bonthe - Extorted and propertylooted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Lewis, Victoria (Female) age 37 - 1999 - Displaced, extorted and property looted.
Lewis, Yakuba (Male) - 1995 in Timdel, Moyamba - Abducted.
Lewis, Yakuba (Male) - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Abducted and detained.
Lewis, Yanqube (Male) - 1997 in Timdel, Moyamba - Abducted and detained.
Liggeh, Jonathan (Male) age 42 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Limba, Hassan (Male) - 1997 in Niawa, Kenema - Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Limbo, Kabba (Male) - 1999 in Mambolo, Kambia - Killed.
Lisah, Bockarie (Male) age 54 - 1994 in Niawa, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted.
Lissa, Charles (Male) - 1995 in Sogbini, Bonthe - Abducted.
Lissa, Hannah (Female) age 24 - 1997 in Moyamba - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Lissa, Jacob (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Lissa, Lahai (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Killed.
Lissah, Daniel (Male) age 51 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Tortured.
Lofty, Tamba (Male) - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Loko, Momoh (Male) - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Lombe, Wlilliam (Male) age 80 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Looper, Andrew (Male) age 22 - 1995 - Property looted. Assaulted and limb amputated.
Lorlon, Tamba (Male) - 2000 in Lei, Kono - Tortured.
Lossie, Alhaji (Male) - 1998 in Jawie, Kailahun - Killed.
Loue, Agnes (Female) age 47 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Loue, Satta (Female) - Killed.
Loya, Bai (Male) - Limb amputated.
Lugbu, Momoh (Male) - 1995 - Displaced.
Lukalay, Adama (Female) age 53 - 1991 in Langorama, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Luke, Jabaty (Male) age 51 - 1996 in Badjia, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Lukulay, Abdul (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Lukulay, Abdulai (Male) - Displaced.
Lukulay, Alhaji (Male) - 1991 - Displaced.
Lukulay, Allieu (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Lukulay, Aruna (Male) age 6 - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Lukulay, Baindu (Female) age 26 - 1994 in Koya, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed. Abducted. Killed.
Lukulay, Bintu (Female) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Property looted.
Lukulay, Bockarie (Male) age 30 - 1996 in Nongowa, Kenema - Displaced.
Lukulay, Jeneba (Female) age 35 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Lukulay, Karmoh (Male) age 50 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted.
Lukulay, Manuwah (Male) age 31 - 1993 in Niawa, Kenema - Property destroyed. Abducted and detained. Tortured.
Lukulay, Momoh (Male) age 29 - 1997 - Killed.
Lukulay, Moriba (Male) age 28 - Killed.
Lukulay, Musa (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Lukulay, Mustapha (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted.
Lukulay, Sheku (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Property looted.
Lukulay, Sowei (Female) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Property looted.
Luleh, Saffa (Male) age 19 - 1991 - Abducted. Assaulted. Killed.
Luleh, Sallay (Female) age 25 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Lumbeh, Patrick (Male) - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Abducted.
Lumeh, Momoh (Male) - 1999 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Luseni, Abu (Male) - 1997 in Bonthe UDC, Bonthe - Extorted. Tortured.
Luseni, Baindu (Female) - 1994 in Kakua, Bo District - Killed.
Luseni, Bockarie (Male) - 1993 in Bagbo, Bo District - Killed.
Luseni, Jeneba (Female) - 1992 in Tikonko, Bo District - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Luseni, Jiah (Male) age 79 - 1991 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Luseni, John (Male) - 2000 in Jong, Bonthe - Property looted and destroyed.
Luseni, Mariama (Female) - 1994 - Displaced.
Luseni, Marian (Female) age 26 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Displaced.
Luseni, Matthew (Male) age 29 - 1994 - Displaced.
Luseni, Moray (Male) age 38 - 1998 in Nimikoro, Kono - Killed.
Luseni, Mustapha (Male) - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Assaulted.
Luseni, Patrick (Male) age 59 - 1994 - Displaced and property destroyed.
Luseni, Tejan (Male) age 34 - 1994 in Komboya, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Tortured.
M,Brima (Male) - 1998 in Paki Masabong, Bombali - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Maa Kai, Satta (Female) - 1997 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Displaced.
Maada, Sevali (Male) - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Killed.
Maah, Majoe Foday (Male) - 1995 in Dema, Bonthe - Killed.
Maama, A.B. (Male) - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Mabey, Ellie (Male) age 17 - 1991 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted and tortured.
Mabina, Kain (Male) - 1996 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Killed.
Mabinty, Kamanda (Male) - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Assaulted.
Mabuyeh, Aiah (Male) - 1998 in Fiama, Kono - Displaced.
Mabuyeh, Jeneba (Female) - 1998 in Fiama, Kono - Displaced.
Mabuyeh, Sahr (Male) - 1998 in Fiama, Kono - Limb amputated.
Mabuyeh, Tamba (Male) age 76 - 1998 in Fiama, Kono - Displaced and property looted. Assaulted.
Macakui, Keine (Male) - 1997 - Killed.
Macanaky, Lusene (Male) - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Macarthy, J.P. (Male) - Displaced.
Macarthy, Victor (Male) age 24 - 1995 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Macarthy, Yei (Female) - Displaced. Assaulted.
Macauley, Emmah (Female) - 1997 - Killed.
Macauley, Hajah (Female) age 45 - 1997 in Western Area - Property looted.
Macauley, Millicent (Female) age 21 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Macauley,Sheku (Male) - 1997 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced, extorted andproperty looted and destroyed. Assaulted and tortured.
Macauley, Sheku (Male) - 1997 in Mandu, Kailahun - Killed.
Macavoray, Isatu (Female) - 1995 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced.
Macavoray, Momoh (Male) - 1995 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Macfoi, Juana (Male) age 18 - 1991 - Displaced and property looted. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Madde, Boi (Female) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Property destroyed.
Maddui, Amara (Male) - 1996 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Property destroyed.
Madebo, Sahr (Male) age 65 - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Madigba, Sallay (Female) - 1994 in Luawa, Kailahun - Killed.
Maferren, Isatu (Female) - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced. Tortured.
Mafinda, Aiah Amadu (Male) age 41 - 1998 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Mafinda, Finda (Female) age 12 - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Mafinda, Mabel (Female) age 17 - 1998 - Displaced. Assaulted.
Mafindor, Finda (Female) - Displaced. Killed.
Magao, Lahai (Male) - 1995 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Magbindi, Kadie (Female) - 1995 - Killed.
Magbity, Joseph (Male) age 24 - 1998 in Western Area - Assaulted.
Magbo, Patrick (Male) - 1994 in Malegohun, Kenema - Displaced. Killed.
Magona, Alhaji (Male) - 1993 in Mandu, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Magona, Amie (Female) - Assaulted.
Magona, Ella (Female) age 31 - 1993 in Dodo, Kenema - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Magona, Haja Naa (Female) age 47 - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Magona, Momoh (Male) age 19 - Assaulted. Killed.
Mahalor, Ernest (Male) - 1991 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Property looted and destroyed. Killed.
Mahoi, Bampia (Male) age 22 - 1999 in Ribbi, Moyamba - Displaced and property destroyed. Tortured.
Mahoi, Haji (Male) - 1991 in Jawie, Kailahun - Assaulted.
Mahoi, Ousman (Male) age 15 - 1998 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Killed.
Mahular-Farma, Earnest B. (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Killed.
Mahulo, Earnest (Male) - Killed.
Maiah, Nancy (Female) age 19 - 1995 in Kamajei, Moyamba - Displaced and property looted.
Maiguha, Munda (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Property destroyed. Assaulted.
Maillah, Nasoko (Female) age 38 - 1994 in Konike Barina, Tonkolili - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Majinda, Sosoka (Female) age 31 - Abducted and detained.
Makah, Sinkarie (Female) age 17 - 2000 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Malal, Fenti (Male) age 64 - 1994 in Yoni, Tonkolili - Property looted. Abducted. Tortured. Killed.
Maleh, Sasay (Male) - 1993 in Tonkolili - Killed.
Malen, Sahn (Male) - 1991 in Malen, Pujehun - Killed.
Maleu, Tommy (Male) - Displaced. Tortured.
Maligie, Nahen (Female) - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Abducted.
Mallah, Alhaji (Male) - 1994 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Killed.
Mallah, Bockarie (Male) age 39 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced.
Mallah, Brima (Male) - 1991 in Pujehun - Killed.
Mallah, Jama (Male) age 30 - 1991 in Dia, Kailahun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Assaulted.
Mallah, Lahai (Male) - 1994 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Killed.
Mallah, Lamin (Male) age 70 - 1991 in Makpele, Pujehun - Property looted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and stripped.
Mallah, Mariama (Female) - 1994 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced.
Mallah, Mohamed (Male) age 32 - 1991 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Displaced. Forced to labour.
Mallah, Musu (Female) age 25 - 1998 in Bumpeh, Bo District - Assaulted.
Mallah, Nyamoh (Female) age 40 - 1991 in Panga Kabonde, Pujehun - Displaced.
Mallah, Saffa (Male) - 1994 in Gorama Kono, Kono - Killed.
Mallo-Yernie, Joseph (Male) age 42 - Extorted. Abducted and detained.
Mamadu, Joe (Male) age 63 - 1995 in Bonthe - Displaced and property looted and destroyed.
Mamakon, Tauhyon (Female) age 24 - 1995 in Imperi, Bonthe - Displaced.
Mambu, Amie (Female) age 47 - 1992 in Peje West, Kailahun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Mambu, Betty (Female) - 1991 in Sowa, Pujehun - Property looted and destroyed.
Mambu, Brima (Male) - 1992 in Mandu, Kailahun - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted. Killed.
Mambu, John (Male) - 1995 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Killed.
Mambu, Keifa (Male) - 1993 in Bagbo, Bo District - Displaced and property looted.
Mambu, L (Male) - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Mambu, Mohamed (Male) - 1992 in Peje West, Kailahun - Abducted and detained. Killed.
Mambu, Patrick (Male) age 40 - 1995 in Bagbe, Bo District - Killed.
Mambu, Sergbe (Male) - Tortured.
Mambu, Tamba (Male) age 50 - 1998 in Soa, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Mambu, Vanjo (Male) age 27 - 1996 in Kakua, Bo District - Displaced. Assaulted.
Mami, Forwai (Male) age 24 - 1991 in Panga Krim, Pujehun - Displaced and property destroyed.
Mamie, Abu (Male) - 1997 in Bonthe - Abducted.
Mamie, Amidu (Male) - 1997 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Mammah, Lawrence (Male) age 66 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property destroyed.
Mammy, Baindu (Female) age 43 - 1999 in Western Area - Extorted and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Mammy, Lansana (Male) age 48 - 1991 in Barri, Pujehun - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed. Assaulted.
Mammy, Peter (Male) age 48 - 1997 in Kakua, Bo District - Abducted and detained. Stripped.
Manah, Konta (Male) age 1 - 1998 in Mongo, Koinadugu - Abducted.
Manasaray,Abdulai (Male) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted andproperty destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Manasaray, Musa (Male) age 66 - 1998 in Kakua, Bo District - Property looted and destroyed.
Manasaray, Sundufu (Male) - Displaced and extorted. Assaulted.
Manbu, Haja Massa (Female) age 26 - 1993 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced.
Mandeh, Amos (Male) age 32 - 1994 in Bagbe, Bo District - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Mando,David (Male) age 39 - 1993 in Mano Sakrim, Pujehun - Displaced andproperty looted and destroyed. Abducted. Assaulted and stripped.
Mando, Lansana (Male) - 1996 in Kwamebai Krim, Bonthe - Killed.
Mando, Philip (Male) age 28 - 1993 in Mano Sakrim, Pujehun - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted.
Mando, Saidu (Male) - 1995 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Property destroyed. Killed.
Mando, Vandi (Male) - 1995 in Jong, Bonthe - Tortured. Killed.
Manga, Ansumana (Male) - 1997 in Makari Gbanti, Bombali - Extorted. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Manga, Henry (Male) - 1993 in Malegohun, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed. Forced to labour. Tortured.
Manga, Jestina (Female) - 1993 in Malegohun, Kenema - Abducted.
Manga,Julius (Male) age 71 - 1994 in Luawa, Kailahun - Displaced and propertylooted and destroyed. Abducted and detained. Assaulted and tortured.
Mangebu, Iye (Female) - 1994 in Tikonko, Bo District - Assaulted and tortured. Killed.
Mani, Mustapha (Male) - 1991 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Killed.
Mani, Sumsiama (Male) age 85 - Killed.
Mani, Tamba (Male) - 1998 in Sandor, Kono - Abducted and detained. Assaulted.
Manika, Abu (Male) - 1999 in Samu, Kambia - Displaced and property destroyed.
Mankie, Foday (Male) - 1999 - Forced to labour. Killed.
Mankoreh, Brima (Male) - Tortured.
Mannah, Denis (Male) - Detained.
Mannah, Henry (Male) - 1993 in Lower Bambara, Kenema - Abducted and detained.
Mannah, Kadie (Female) - Forced to labour.
Mannah, Lansana (Male) age 23 - 1996 in Banta Gbanggbatoke, Moyamba - Assaulted, tortured and stripped.
Manneh, Lahai (Male) - 1997 in Nongoba Bullom, Bonthe - Killed.
Mano, Feamusu (Female) age 40 - 1998 in Gbane, Kono - Displaced. Abducted and detained.
Mansaray, Abdul Raman (Male) - 1996 in Sanda Loko, Bombali - Killed.
Mansaray, Abibatu (Female) age 25 - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced, extorted and property destroyed.
Mansaray, Abu (Male) - Property destroyed. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Mansaray, Abu (Male) age 5 - 1997 in Sengbe, Koinadugu - Displaced. Forced to labour. Assaulted.
Mansaray, Abu (Male) age 23 - 1993 in Tunkia, Kenema - Displaced and property destroyed.
Mansaray, Abu Bakarr (Male) - 1998 in Baoma, Bo District - Displaced, extorted and property looted. Abducted and detained.
Mansaray, Adama (Female) - 1999 in Dasse, Moyamba - Displaced and extorted.
Mansaray, Adama (Female) - 1998 in Safroko Limba, Bombali - Displaced.
Mansaray, Adama (Female) - 1999 in Western Area - Displaced and property looted and destroyed. Abducted and detained.
Mansaray, Adama (Female) age 29 - 1996 in Buya Romende, Port Loko - Displaced.
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