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Against growing public chorus for the establishment of a War Crimes Court in Liberia, a number of prominent Liberians and institutions including the Catholic Bishops Conference and Liberia’s most recent, Nobel laureate, Laymah Gbowee, have enjoined cause with Rights advocates and publicly declared their support for the establishment of a War Crimes Court in Liberia. And now a victim, Mrs. Suzana Vaye, widow of the late Isaac Vaye, the Public Works engineer killed allegedly on orders of Charles Taylor, has entered the fray saying she still feels the psycho-social pains she inherited from the unlawful killing of her husband on June 4, 2003 by forces loyal to jailed former President Charles Taylor.

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