Petition Closed

Albert Bropleh, a U.S. citizen and former chairman of the Liberia Telecommunication Authority, was kidnapped by unidentified individuals on July 12, 2011, and has been been in a rural, ill-maintained jail ever since, without due process.

The Supreme Court has already ordered Mr. Bropleh’s release, but the judge on whom the Writ of Habeas Corpus was served has gone into hiding.

Justice For Albert is made up of friends, family, and supporters of Mr. Bropleh, and organized by supporters of human rights and justice around the world. We want to bring awareness and attention to this dire circumstance and gross violation of human rights. Mr. Bropleh’s condition is volatile and his safety is highly uncertain.

We are calling for the release Mr. Bropleh from prison immediately, as ordered by the Supreme Court of Liberia, and we’re asking the media to help bring greater attention to Mr. Bropleh’s unjust circumstances.

Letter to
U. S. State Department
U.S. Embassy, Liberia
I just signed the following petition addressed to: U. S. State Department.

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Pressure Liberia to free U.S. citizen Albert Bropleh

Albert Bropleh, a U.S. citizen and former chairman of the Liberia Telecommunication Authority, was kidnapped by unidentified individuals on July 12, 2011, and has been illegally imprisoned.

The Supreme Court has already ordered Mr. Bropleh’s release, but the judge on whom the Writ of Habeas Corpus was served has gone into hiding.

Justice For Albert is made up of friends, family, and supporters of Mr. Bropleh, and organized by supporters of human rights and justice around the world. We want to bring awareness and attention to this dire circumstance and gross violation of human rights. Mr. Bropleh’s condition is volatile and his safety is highly uncertain.

We are calling for the release Mr. Bropleh from prison immediately, as ordered by the Supreme Court of Liberia, and we’re asking to media to help bring greater attention to Mr. Bropleh’s unjust circumstances.
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Sincerely,