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It was July , and he was naked. The notorious Liberian warlord, then known as General Butt Naked, was about to lead a band of 18 child fighters—the oldest of whom was 15—into battle against the rebel forces of former President Charles Taylor. As was his custom before going to war, Blahyi, now 46, had slaughtered a child in a ritualistic sacrifice supposed to bring protection and fortune in battle. He is reluctant to give specific details but admits that his victims were usually young girls aged between three and 12 years old, and that he and his fighters would usually consume parts of the victim's body. He had sent his boys down to the river to fetch water for him to wash the blood from his hands.

General Butt Naked: Warlord Blahyi Seeks Forgiveness in Liberia

The Redemption of General Butt Naked () - IMDb

Going into urban combat wearing nothing but sneakers and a crazed look, he earned the title "General Butt Naked. Of the ,some Liberians killed in the conflict, Blahyi estimates he is responsible for at least 20, The crimes he freely admits to don't stop there. He recruited children to act as his street enforcers, teaching them that killings and mutilations were all part of a game. And so they would also fight naked in the streets of Monrovia.

The Penitent Warlord: Atoning for 20,000 War Crimes

Comment On a Tuesday about six years ago, an attempt was made to quantify Joshua Milton Blahyi's guilt. The president of his native Liberia had appointed a nine-member commission of human rights activists, lawyers, journalists and priests to determine what he had done during the civil war. At the beginning of the minute hearing, they asked him a question: "How many victims were there? How many had he killed? He looked in front of him, into the large, opulent room in which the hearing was taking place.
Then he became a pastor. Today he visits the families of his victims to seek forgiveness for his sins. On a Tuesday about six years ago, an attempt was made to quantify Joshua Milton Blahyi's guilt. The president of his native Liberia had appointed a nine-member commission of human rights activists, lawyers, journalists and priests to determine what he had done during the civil war. At the beginning of the minute hearing, they asked him a question: "How many victims were there?
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