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Ira Dotson

Let justice be done no matter how long it takes. This is what's wrong in a country that's built on "In God We Trust", money as its God.

Nnamdi Azikiwe

In Liberia, there is a proverb which states: 'No one ever truly dies until they are forgotten.' Another African proverb states: 'Even if a lie has a twenty year head start it only takes the truth one day to catch up.'

Hope the truth catches up soon.

carole gill

Nnamdi Azikiwe, so do I hope the truth will be revealed and their identities along with it, even if those that are guilty have died.
Truth is always truth whatever its date.
If the guilty are already gone at least their identities would be finally known for all to see, including their families.
Justice delayed is still justice.

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