INPFLIndependent National Patriotic Liberation Front of Liberia
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The NPFL insurgency took place in December 1989 in close communication with USG advisers, but a split occurred within the NPFL, resulting in formation of the INPFL under the leadership of Johnson.
The government had become convinced that Defendant had belonged to, or supported, the RUF, NPFL, and/or INPFL, and therefore, had lied on the forms and to Radel.
(6) The atrocities and murder of Doe by Prince Johnson, leader of the Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL), were videotaped and distributed among the public (Youboty 1993: 411 ff).
(138) The force was welcomed by Doe and by the INPFL but came under immediate attack from Taylor's NPFL.
On 9 September 1990, President Doe was captured by the INPFL of Prince Johnson, one of the three factions disputing control of Monrovia, when he ventured outside his Executive Mansion for a meeting with ECOMOG.
'I have been in this Senate for 18 years and no one had violated the Human Rights law; that human rights law that we put our signatures to as the International Declaration of Human Rights has not been violated by any senator', argues the Nimba Senator who led a vicious rebel group( INPFL) in the 90s prior to entering politics.
Leader of the disbanded rebels Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL) former presidential candidate and a preacher, Senator PYJ says election is near and senators should be more prayerful than ever before, referencing that
But even before the suggestion is approved by Liberians and the International community, Senator PYJ, leader of the defunct Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL) rebels has gone wild, threatening to mobilize men armed with single barrel guns into the bushes to resist his indictment and subsequent arrest for prosecution for war crimes and crimes against humanity.
He had vowed to resist arrest if such tribunal were established for the country that could see him appear for prosecution for his role as leader of the defunct rebels Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia or INPFL that committed series of atrocities here during the Liberian Civil War.
Prince Johnson in the 1990s controlled the dreaded breakaway rebel faction Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL), and many here including some of his kinsmen in the Legislature that he threatens to go after for their support for war crimes court, see his threats as treasonable and want him to face state security investigation.
The two - time Nimba Senator, Prince Johnson in the 90s controlled a dreaded breakaway rebel faction, the Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL), an offshoot of Taylor's National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL).
The Nimba County Senator, who broke away from Charles Taylor and founded the defunct rebels Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia or INPFL that captured and mutilated President Samuel Kanyon Doe to death in 1990, threatens to attack homes of his kinsmen, for being supportive of the war and economic crimes tribunal.