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GAMBIA-L January 2004

Subject:

COLD CASES: The Evidence Against Ebou Jallow

From:

Joe Sambou <[log in to unmask]>

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The Gambia and related-issues mailing list <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 7 Jan 2004 21:32:49 +0000

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Jabou, there you go again.

"I have observed something very disturbing about us as a people. We tend not
to take time to digest what we are given before we proceed to make judgment,
and  once we make a certain judgment, we stick to it and do not want to hear
anything else."

Jabou, this is rubbish.  You express your views just as any other and the
same can be said about anything.  Like I said, how you relate to Ebou Jallow
is up to you and I never tried to convince you of anything.  If you want to
believe him at face value then bless your soul, however, that is not for
everyone, myself included. The guy has proven his consistency as a liar and
a crook and if you choose to still give him the benefit of doubt, then be my
guest.  What I am not going to accept from you or anyone is to sell that to
me.  Yes, take the high ground and act like you sit above all else in higher
thinking.  That may be the problem here.

"Does any single individual amongst us have the mandate to be more angry at
the APRC criminals than the rest of us, and will online insults and threats
really do something other than create a gang style atmosphere of harassment
from people who say we want to create a better society for all of us?"

Jabou, please save your high horse!  What is your purpose in this statement?
  I think it is very irresponsible of you to reduce my legitimate grievances
to anger, just because I do no reason things according to Jabou.  My advise
to you is let Ebou Jallow fight his battle.  Now, if you choose to bat for
him at all cost, well I will be here.

You can also quote everything I ever said about Ebou, from his mother's
grave to...and I still stand by them.  I suppose you did not see the names
Ebou called myself and others.  That is hypocritical and it needs to stop.
If you detest how I say or do things, then save yourself from the agony and
delete anything with my name.  But preaching I will not entertain.

Chi Jaama

Joe Sambou



From: [log in to unmask]
Date: Wed, 07 Jan 2004 10:24:12 am CST
Subject: Re: [>-<] COLD CASES: The Evidence Against Ebou Jallow

George Sarr,

Thanks for the information.
My re-posts to jog the memory of Gambians started with ebou Jallow's
detailed
account of the murder of Koro Ceesay. I sent this re-post from the G-L
archives on 12/27/03 in three separate posts, with copies of each of
those posts
sent to the Gambiapost. The first one was ebou's account of the murder as
told to
him by Edward Singhatey, followed by a statement of lies by Yankuba Touray
and then a moving appeal by Koros' dad. Perhaps the posts did not get
through to
the post, and I will forward those emails to the post momentarily.

Why is it that whenever anyone suggests something that may actually be much
more productive than constant insults and threats, the race is on to
paint them
as defenders of criminals and where they stand on the issues even if this be
as clear as daylight is immediately set aside? Does any single individual
amongst us have the mandate to be more angry at the APRC criminals than
the rest
of us, and will online insults and threats really do something other than
create a gang style atmosphere of harassment from people who say we want
to create
a better society for all of us?
How one presents onself matters, even in the pursuit of those who have
committed crimes against the people.
Tangible results will only be obtained in a court of law and one needs
evidence and witnesses willing to testify in order to get that. Period!

I have observed something very distrubing about us as a people. We tend not
to take time to digest what we are given before we proceed to make
judgement,
and  once we make a certain judgement, we stick to it and do not want to
hear
anything else. this is very evident in this case, and there is a concerted
effort to try to paint a horrible picture of anyone who says anything to the
contrary as an advocate or enabler of criminals.
I am afraid this is not possible in my case because to paint me as an
advocate for the criminals of the APRC regime, one would have to be a
virtual
magician. When I started speaking out against this regime, most prople
were sending
me private emails and cautioning me to be quiet  I am glad that a great
number
of my compatriots have joined me in this fight.
I have intervened in the past when there was incessant referrals to ebou
Jallow's mother's grave and how he cannot go home to see it because we are
supposed to be a cultured and decent people. I felt that ebou's mother
has no fight
with the people and we are fighting an injustice committed by ebou and the
APRC, so we have to take care not to adopt tactics that place us in an
undesirable
category that is worse that the criminals we are supposed to be fighting.
Referring to ebous' dead mothers' grave will not solve anything and reflects
negatively on those who engage in it.
The second time i intervened was back in 1999 when ebou first gave his
account of what happened to Koro. I advocated that he should turn witness
for the
people in return perhaps this will give him an opportunity to make a deal
with
the people. I have alluded to that again in my post last night.
This last point is not unheard of, and is something that is used in courts
of
law by attorneys all the time. Sometimes, one has to be willing to bargain
in
order to get the ultimate price.
For example, Ebou Jallow has given an account of how the murder of Koro took
place and who was present. He has said that Edward Singhatey relayed the
incident to him and that his former wife had also given him some
information over
the phone with regard to the happenings surrounding this incident. He has
said
that he was out of the country at the time. All these things are  easily
verifiable, are they not?

While it is possible that Ebou may have been present at the original
planning
to murder Koro, the important point to note here is, where did Gambians get
this information we have regarding how Koro was killed? It came from Ebou
Jallow and nobody else It did not come from any of the people who were
present and
it has not come from Yaya Jammeh. Lesson number one regarding the importance
of having the testimony of those present be they collaborators or otherwise.
If he did not tell it to us, we simply would not have the information.
How then
does this automatically mean that anyone wants to exonerate Ebou or give
murderers a passport to kill and then all they have to do is turn state
witness.
Is that not a stretch for those who want  to promote a personal agenda
and what
good will that do?
This does not mean that Ebou may not be more involved, but he clearly knows
evidence that pinpoints who did what. So either we attack Ebou verbally
constantly which does nothing but show our anger, or we allow him to turn
state
witness and give us much more valuable evidence to get the actual people
who pulled
the trigger and did away with the evidence.
We can hope that someday when this regime falls, someone can be made to
talk,
but that is just a slim chance provided that they are still alive given the
way these people operate. Even then, some insiders will have to be the
ones to
give evidence and they may have to be given some incentive to do that.
It si all a matter of strategy that will be productive as opposed ot
unchecked rage that does nothing at the end of the day.
This regime has done a lot of things to which only their inner circle are
privy to, and without  some of them coming forward to tell us what
happened, we
may never know. They destroy evidence and do not allow the justice system to
operate properly.

Let us take these documents for example and follow this story. Ebou details
how it was Jammeh who authorized the transfer of the 3 million from the
central
bank to his account in Geneva. He was authorized to withdraw funds to pay
for
these counterfeit supplies and brought the change and the supplies back.
It is possible that Ebou took the opportunity to do his own stealing, and
indeed the Gambia government has announced long ago that they have been
given
these funds back by the Swiss after the Gambia government were able to
convince
them that these were state funds that Ebou was sent to handle. Fatou Bom
Bensouda made that announcement while she was SOS for justice and I have
this from a
reliabel opposition source as well, and i posted that information on the L a
few weeks ago.
Those funds have simply gone from the pocket of the smaller thief to the
bigger thief.

To demonstrate how rage as opposed to studying the evidence given so far is
a
leading factor here let us look at what we know about the fate of these
funds
so far.  Up to now, people are still asking where the 3 million is,  that
Ebou Jallow is living off those monies and then the conflicting
allegations that
he is working as a bank teller. Why do I mention this? To point out that we
need to have less verbally demonstrated rage and a more intelligent
approach to
this problem so that we do not erode our own credibility in the process.
There is no doubt that all involved were stealing Gambian money, and let us
not forget that the amount of funds that were received from the Taiwanese
was
30+ million dollars, and where did all of it go?
However, again, it is only after one of the APRC inner circle, ebou Jallow
defected and all of them started pointing fingers at each other that the
story
came out.Same as in Baba Jobes' case. Baba Jobe knows a heck of a lot
about all
the dealings of this regime, and he is equally as guilty as anyone of them.
Now that they have gone after him and he may talk, the importance of his
stories is not lost on the APRC regime who is going to all lengths to
silence him as
we can all see. The IMF went after the regime and they singled out Baba as
the fall guy. If no one listend to him, the real culprits who call the
shots and
who Baba was serving will get away scot free.

Ebou says they sent him to purchase illegal supplies and the APRC regime
coun
ters with allegations that he absconded with funds meant to purchase
commodities which I am sure were not freebies for Gambians. if he was buying
commodities, it was for the private enterprise that the APRC was trying
to run out of
the state house. If true, it was an investment and the commodities would
have
been for sale to Gambians. No hungry person would have eatend from it if
they
did not pay for it.
Since then, the evidence of Jammeh taking Gambian funds and putting them
into
his own personal accounts has been compounding.
I think that there is not one of us who is not aware by now that the APRC
regime is always telling lies to cover their tracks. There are many
examples, the
many conflicting stories regardign the shooting of the kids, the alleged
coup
plots which they used to murder Gambians, and more recently, the Baba Jobe
case in which they are attempting to use him as a scapegoat for the
millions in
customs revenue that YDE owes ot the government. It is only after the World
bank has been breathing down their necks that Baba was brought forward as a
scapegoat.Therefore, anything they have to say cannot be depended upon.
The same
can also be said for Ebou Jallow. There are accusations and then
counter-accusations by the Regime to protect themselves.The articles you
forwarded are clear
evidence of this George.
The questions is, are we thinking clearly enough to make sure that we
recognize how we can get the information that is required to bring
justice to the
people?
All the information we have so far is verifiable. International bank
transfers have a trail that can be followed. In the end, would the people
not prefer
to have the evidence on who stole the 30 million and initiated the events
that
led others to steal also?
but I hope that my point is clear. Without insiders who are willing to talk,
we will not have the evidence needed to charge anyone in the APRC regime.
On the other hand, if anyone has a better idea, i am sure that the people
would be happy to hear it.
May I add that to those who want to conveniently paint me as a advocate for
Ebou Jallow, I do not know Ebou nor have I ever spoken to him. I am trying
to
advocate a more fruitful way to accomplish bringing bigger criminals to
justice. We can register our disapproval of what the APRC has done and
continues to
do at home, but clear thinking and sensible strategies are the only
things that
will bring results, not demonstrations of who has the most rage, nor the
practice of shutting these people who are willing to talk as soon as they
open
their mouths. That is only helping the regime and no one else.

Jabou Joh

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