Liberia: Aloysius Toe leading human rights activist, charged with treason.
On 4 November 2002, in the latest of a long line of attacks on human rights activists in Liberia, Aloysius Toe was arrested, brought before a court and charged with treason. Amnesty International believes that there is no basis to the charges against him and that he has specifically been targeted because of his legitimate work in the defence of human rights.
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