“Jungle Jabbah”: Liberian Cannibal Warlord Given “Asylum” in America 20 Years Ago | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


“Jungle Jabbah”: Liberian Cannibal Warlord Given “Asylum” in America 20 Years Ago

A Liberian cannibal war lord nicknamed “Jungle Jabbah” who was granted “asylum” in America 20 years ago was last week jailed after being found guilty of immigration fraud and perjury.

According to a press release issued by the US Department of Justice, Mohammed Jabbateh, a “violent and ruthless Liberian war lord also known as ‘Jungle Jabbah,’ who had been living in East Lansdowne, Pennsylvania was sentenced to 30 years in prison” by a US District Judge after being found guilty of two counts of fraud in immigration documents and two counts of perjury.

During the height of Liberia’s first civil war from 1992 to 1995, Jabbateh, while serving as commander of a warring faction known as the United Liberation Movement of Liberia for Democracy (ULIMO), “committed various acts of shocking brutality including rapes, sexual enslavement, slave labor, murder, mutilation and ritual cannibalism. He also used children as soldiers,” the DOJ statement said.

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