Tubmanburg Central Prison Tubmanburg, Bomi County Republic of Liberia West Africa September 12, 2011 My fellow Americans/Well-Wishers: Today marks 62 consecutive days since I was illegally seized and kidnapped from my home by unidentified armed men in plain clothes who tortured, brutalized, bounded and threw me like a goat into a waiting car outside my […]
Today marks 57 days since Mr. Albert Bropleh was kidnapped and illegally detained in Liberia, without appearing before a judge or magistrate— a clear violation of the law. Conditions in the prison are deteriorating. He has been denied access to his lawyer, and access to a phone to communicate with his lawyer and his family. […]
JusticeForAlbert received a copy of the following SMS sent by Mr. Albert Bropleh to his lawyer:
We’re asking those who been following this story to please continue to speak with congress and the state department concerning Mr. Bropleh’s unjust and unfair plight. Not only have his human rights been violated, but his family is constantly harassed, and government officials fail to honor the Writ of Habeas Corpus issued by the Liberian Supreme Court. We need your help to continue to spread awareness and help bring justice to Mr. Albert Bropleh and his family.
The Judge responsible for signing the Writ of Habeas Corpus issued by the Supreme Court of Liberia to release Mr. Bropleh finally came out of hiding, only to be recalled by Justice Jamesetta WoloKollie. The Court opened up on Monday but there is no Judge to sign Mr. Bropleh’s release from Prison. It is now clear why […]
Yesterday, August 3rd, when Albert Bropleh’s family was leaving the prison after their daily visit with Mr. Bropleh, they encountered a blockade, about a quarter mile from the prison. The driver of their car simply drove around the pick-up truck blocking the way and proceeded down the road. When the men standing around the truck […]
Mr. Albert Bropleh, an engineer/scientist who lived in Sandy Hook, Connecticut in the USA, was offered the position as Chairman of the Liberia Telecommunication Authority in Monrovia, Liberia, and he accepted the position and assumed office in October 2007. When Mr. Bropleh took over as chairman of LTA, the Global System of Mobil Communication (GSM) […]
JusticeForAlbert received the following SMS from Mr. Albert Bropleh this morning:
Why the sudden change in justices??
JusticeForAlbert has received news that the government in Liberia has begun to harass the family of Mr. Albert Bropleh, who is still under arrest following a kidnapping in Liberia; although the Supreme Court has issued a Writ of Habeas Corpus for his release.
Mr. Bropleh sent the following message via SMS earlier today:
Again, we’re encouraging all of those who are aware of Mr. Bropleh’s unfair treatment to please speak up and put pressure on the government to honor the Writ of Habeas Corpus issued by the Supreme Court, and release Mr. Bropleh. This recent wave of harassment is a scare tactic intended to intimidate those seeking justice. Thanks for those who have begun spreading the word, and bringing attention to this matter. Please continue to do so. Thank You!
The U.S State Department was contacted at 10:00am Eastern Standard Time (1500 GMT) and informed of the kidnapping of Mr. Albert Bropleh in Liberia, and Liberia’s Supreme court’s issue of the Writ of Habeas Corpus to immediately release Mr. Bropleh. The State Department advised that they are aware and are following the issue and needed a copy […]