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Movement Against the Deportation of Liberia Asylees and Refugees from the United States as of March 31, 2009

The civil war in Liberia started on December 24, 1989 and left the country totally destroyed with an approximate death 300,000 people with millions scattered throughout the world.Under the leadership of Former President Charles G. T. Taylor Liberians suffered massive humiliation, rapes, child soldiers recuitments, extreme poverty and hunger, massive killings, tortures and sufferings of all kinds. With the assistance of the International Community and the United States in particular through the hard working leadership of Former President George Walker Bush, Jr. Taylor was outset from office in 2003 and is currently in the Hague, The Nethersland undergoing trials committed against humanity specifically for his alleged crimes committed against the people of Sierra Leone. Through the humanitarian gestures of the American people and the generosities of previous Presidents of the US and Senators and Representatives of various States, the US Government was able to accommodate Liberian refuge…
The civil war in Liberia started on December 24, 1989 and left the country totally destroyed with an approximate death 300,000 people with millions scattered throughout the world.Under the leadership of Former President Charles G. T. Taylor Liberians suffered massive humiliation, rapes, child soldiers recuitments, extreme poverty and hunger, massive killings, tortures and sufferings of all kinds. With the assistance of the International Community and the United States in particular through the hard working leadership of Former President George Walker Bush, Jr. Taylor was outset from office in 2003 and is currently in the Hague, The Nethersland undergoing trials committed against humanity specifically for his alleged crimes committed against the people of Sierra Leone. Through the humanitarian gestures of the American people and the generosities of previous Presidents of the US and Senators and Representatives of various States, the US Government was able to accommodate Liberian refuge…