samedi 27 avril 2013

#GABON: The harvest of human genital organs for fetish… Imagine this… (Graphic)

GABON: The harvest of human genital organs for fetish… Imagine this…
First posted in french by Marcel DJABIOH, April 5, 2013

The atrocities committed by the perpetrators serving sponsors of ritual crimes and human organs smugglers are of unspeakable horror. Given what some agents of the security forces have heard from these murderers of a rare species, some can not keep in silence such a thing under the guise of traditional secrecy of the investigation.

Everyone can be the next victim or relative of a victim, and therefore should imagine for a bit their best friend, father or mother, aunt or uncle, brother or sister, nephew or niece, son or daughter, wife or himself/herself, in the hands of these sadists, ready to see their sex cut by bloodthirsty criminals.

Imagine that this man, woman or child, immobilized by force against their will, like a sheep to be slaughtered for Tabaski. Grounded, hands tied and legs wide apart, he stares at a sharp butcher's knife handles, suddenly laughing, sometimes threatening the victim with their blade or weapon. One must imagine hearing as an echo, the shrill cries of their relative or close friend, begging their executioners to spare them from this horrible punishment and let them live. One can imagine his/her mouth that opens to cry but can’t make any sound no more, because he/she is traumatized and aware that his/her minutes in life are now counted. Tears flow from his/her eyes, all images of he/her relatives going through his/her mind as he/she is about to leave this world. But what can he/she do, so helpless against these beasts who drool at the thought of salary to expect from their crime?

One must imagine you as a candidate for circumcision or female primed for excision, in even more horrible circumstances.

One must imagine the way a sheep is cut up, as the knife rips the edge of a thigh, just where the sex is positioned.

One must imagine his/her skin tear sides, by the edge of the blade and the blood flowing through the pain for his/her body, when his/her cries are muffled by those butchers.

Once must imagines the bloody hand of the «surgeon» (sic) holding testicles, penis, vaginal beads (upper lips of the vagina) and hairy or shaved pubis of an adult, or that of a child without hair. One must imagine the blade that goes into the pulpit of his/her pelvis to cut all that is needed, then the red hands disposing all organs harvested in a container, like the sex of the parent and the rest of the dying body, with the blood flowing his/her womb is collected to serve as drink for a sponsor, waiting with a champagne glass in hand, for the delivery of the «goods», sitting in his cozy living room, surrounded by his family, mother, wife, children and others; laughing out loud, in his luxurious villa with a fence three meters high which is there really to hide the monstrosities going on behind them.

Once must imagine the effect of not seeing his wife coming back from a funeral ceremony, his/her son back from school, his/her nephew back after going to buy medication at the pharmacy, niece back from a picnic at the beach... And that phone call that tells him/her that the body of one of them was found dead and mutilated on a beach, in a bush, while the killers will never be found or if they are not will never be tried or sentenced.

The indifference and hypocrisy of the authorities of Gabon to this phenomenon should definitely challenge each and everyone, and invite us to stand up and say loud and clear: "STOP THE SLAUGHTERING; WE SECURITY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL NOW"!

Because everyone is now a potential victim.

vendredi 19 avril 2013

#Gabon: Communication to protect the «Organization of ritual crime» (Editorial EDN No 175)

Communication to protect the "Organization of ritual crime"!
Editorial, Echos du Nord No 175
by Desiré Ename

To prevent a protest of the population against the "Organization of ritual crime", Gabon’s version, the government has put in place a communication strategy. It aims to show the international community that its real concern is about the eradication of this phenomenon. And those who speak or are organizing to protest against this phenomenon exaggerate or magnify the facts.

His little majesty Ali Bongo Ondimba and his collection of bums sitting comfortably within the government apparatus are well past masters of irony. The question is: when did this concern become real for them? Because we remember that in April 2012, the same small majesty pounded his desk saying "enough is enough! ", before the public prosecutor (sort of attorney general) and the police forces.

Until he put together a communication strategy for the sake of preserving the brand image of the country abroad, the only shots he wore against the smuggling of ritual crime are those that the matte wood of his desk cashed. Is it any wonder it stops at simple vows and results  are just as confused as imprecise?

Officially, his little majesty, in its communication campaign, is trying to inform the international community that from 2011 to 2012, 363 cases were "taken to justice in the country and have been dealt with exemplary punishment to criminals." But what cases is he talking about? And what criminals were punished except those who commit petty crime or other violent crimes? Now, we are talking about crimes with fetish as their object, commonly known as ritual murders/crimes. His little majesty should give Gabon and the international community, by which he was appointed in 2009, the names of the sponsors and beneficiaries of ritual murders that have appeared and have been sanctioned in criminal court sessions as organized by Courts of Appeal . We know he will not be able to. Hence, his purpose is amazingly casually. That, coming from a president, is not far from flat out irresponsibility.

At the height of irony, he added: "Know that everything the government fight and will fight this scourge with the greatest energy and severity. We strongly support the actions of Police officers, encourage them to continue the arrests, as Courts of Appeal aim to pursue criminal sessions in the country for the purpose of judging". The truth is, yes, the government is fighting this scourge by muzzling freedom of expression, by banning all forms of protest of the people against the same evil. This is the position of Minister of the Interior clearly supported by the government at the last Cabinet meeting on Thursday, April 11, 2013. In exchange for the freedom of expression of Gabonese, Minister Ndongou, who considered "inappropriate to organize a walk of protest", proposed "a meeting followed by a statement issued in the form of a memorandum to the President". What a joke! How can they give a such sh… about Gabonese people? Memorandum that accompanied fruitless meetings! His little majesty and its followers have always chosen the headlong rush. They show the expression of irresponsibility in the face of "citizens" they do not care about.

All communication of the regime in power is to discredit the movement against ritual crimes. In the final press release after the Cabinet meeting, the words of Ali Bongo Ondimba and the Minister Ndoungou's letter amalgamate crimes. In none of these texts appears specific crimes targeted by the movement that has formed around the Association against ritual crimes. The confusion is kept on purpose to accuse those who want to mobilize of tarnishing the country's image. This is wrong.

If Gabon’s image was a real concern for Ali Bongo Ondimba and his entourage, they would have fueled it by serious acts. Starting with safety measures and letting justice take its course. Without blocking it. Why should we believe that people who have destroyed the security system with defective recruitment where the golden rule of morality investigation was destroyed, can talk about encouraging security forces to do their job effectively? The state of gabonese security forces, gangrened by corruption and trafficking of all kinds, shows how his little majesty’s words are fanciful, hollow and without conviction. Himself does not even believe in what he has been saying, and words he has decked out with all the names of doomsayers during his presentation of new year’s vows to the population last January. As for the image of the "hospitable land by excellence". By repealing the freedom of expression, his little majesty Ali Bongo Ondimba, the "light" that rules Gabon, should tell us what image of the country is he depicting outside. What image does it give when constitutional rights are undermined? When tramples the Constitution, what does he want the democratic nations he wants to seduce think?

In conclusion, it appears that any such communication of discredit, led awkwardly by its small majesty Ali Bongo Ondimba and his government – actually embarrassed at the seams - because it is against the current realities, reveals the degree of complicity between the "Organization of ritual crime "and the rulers of the country.
Translated from french by CLG

dimanche 14 avril 2013

#Gabon: (Photos) Stop ritual crimes - Stop aux crimes rituels! Lyon, Libreville, Paris, Montréal

Merci à tous ces fils et filles du pays qui ont décidé de ne pas rester silencieux chez eux et de dénoncer les crimes rituels - Thanks to all the brave Gabonese who came out and refuse to stay silent any more against ritual killings in Gabon

Photos and videos from Lyon (6 avril 2013), Libreville, Paris & Montreal (13 avril 2013)

Lyon, France

Rio, Libreville, Gabon: Distribution des brassards noirs

Rassemblement de Paris, France

Montreal, Canada

mercredi 10 avril 2013




Liste des cas recensés par L'ALCR vous trouverez ceci:

(Noms et prénoms ,Age,Sexe,Année,Lieu du crime,Source et enfin la Nationalité)

Association de Lutte contre les Crimes Rituels

B.P. 13 497 Libreville /Gabon : Tél. (+241) 07 36 08 57/ 06 83 74 63
N° Récépissé N° 194/MISI/ SG/ CE. E : mail : Cpte N° 00062680001

A/ Province de l’Estuaire

1- NGOUA Wally Igor 06 M 2005 Lac Nzeng A U.N° 8815 Gabonaise
2 NDONG ONDO Emmanuel 52 M 16/11/08 LBV Parents Gabonaise
3 NDOUTOUME Willy 21 M 11/05/07 Plage LBV U N° 9443 Gabonaise
4 MENGUE ME NZENG Amanda 04 F 2008 LBV Parents Gabonaise
5- Mbeng ONDO Félix 37 M 1998 Dibadiba Parents Gabonaise
6- OBAME Serge 20 M 2000 LBV Plage Parents Gabonaise
7- ESSONO EFFA David 17 M 2000 LBV Plage Parents Gabonaise
8- NYINGONE NGOUA Dietrich Priscille 11 F 2002 LBV Plage Parents Gabonaise
9- EDOU EBANG Eric 12 M 2005 LBV Plage Parents Gabonaise
10- ABOUBAKAR Ibrahim 12 M 2005 LBV Plage Parents Gabonaise
24- BOUDZANGA M 2005 Alibandeng Parents Gabonaise
25- MOUSSAVOU NDOMBI 18 M 2005 LBV Plage Parents Gabonaise
26- KOUEKI Saturnin 18 M 2005 Alibandeng Parents Gabonaise
27- MIYAYE Jessica 06 M 2006 LBV U.N° 9028 Gabonaise
28- MAPANGOU Sylvain 03 M 2006 LBV PK 8 U.N° 9016 Gabonaise
29- DANSAKO M. Siné 03 M 2006 Concession Privée LBV U.N° 9027 Béninoise
30- HOUNDAFOSSI Parfait 03 M 2006 Concession Privée LBV U.N° 9027 Malienne
31- CHAKIRATOU 03 F 2006 Concession Privée LBV U.N° 9027 Togolaise
32- ESSONO NGUEMA Joanes 17 M 2006 LBV Plage Parents Gabonaise
33- LEKEBA Larry 19 M 2006 LBV Plage U.N° 9186 Gabonaise
40- NGUEMA Guy Georges 28 M 2006 UOB LBV Etudiants Gabonaise
41- ESSOMOYO’OWONO Christelle 28 F 2006 PK 5 LBV U.N° 9245 Gabonaise
42- NDONG ONDO Simon 38 M 2006 PK 5 LBV U.N° 9141 Gabonaise
59- SIMA OMVA Jean François 35 M 2005 LBV Bessieux U.N° 8928 Gabonaise
60- KOUMBA Joël 25 M 2005 Essassa U.N° 9000 Gabonaise
78- BABABLA BOMBA Colty 23 M 2008 LBV U N° 9961 Gabonaise
50- EYANG MBA 06 F 1980 Owendo U.N° 10000 Gabonaise
51- MEDZO AKAMASE F 1980 Owendo U.N° 10000 Gabonaise
52- EDANG MEDZO M 1984 Owendo U.N° 10000 Gabonaise
53- NYARE Clémentine F 1985 Owendo U.N° 10000 Gabonaise
54- ONDO NDONG André M 1988 Owendo U.N° 10000 Gabonaise
57- TCHINGA M 2007 LBV U.N° 9429 Gabonaise
56- IMANDZA Nathalie 38 F 2008 LBV PK 10 U.N° 9716 Gabonaise
78- BABABLA BOMBA Colty 23 M 2008 LBV U N° 9961 Gabonaise
65- MOUKAMBI Jean Marie 37 M 2008 LBV PK 8 U.N° 9614 Gabonaise
63- PRINCE 15 M 2007 LBV U.N° 9442 Gabonaise
71- LEKOYO Graig Martin 03 M 2008 LBV U25/04/08 Gabonaise
69- MABONGOU Augustine 59 F 2007 Agondjé U N° 9540 Gabonaise
67- FOMEKAN Yves Gauthier 16 M 2007 LBV U.N°9378 Gabonaise
74- MOUBANDZA Maurice M 2008 Rougier Gab U.11/04/08 Gabonaise
75- MENGUE Bilinda 04 F 2008 LBV Parents Gabonaise
78- BABABLA BOMBA Colty 23 M 2008 LBV U N° 9961 Gabonaise
80- MOUSSIROU Audrey 23 F 2005 LBV U N° 8924 Gabonaise
81- NZIGOU NBINA Alphonse M /07 Ntoum U N° 9391 Gabonaise
82- MBAYE Oumy 19 M 2005 LBV U N° 8800 Gabonaise
84- EDGOU DOUGA Alain 27 M 2005 LBV U N° 9002 Gabonaise
85- OBIANG BEYEME Hervé M 1992 LBV Mibana N°21 Gabonaise
86- EGNINGA LEMBE Serge M 2003 LBV Démocrate N° 14 Gabonaise
89- BILEMBA Beverline 18 F 12/12/08 Kango Le Temps N° 238 Gabonaise
90- ANOUSHKA 15 F 15/5/2009 Melene TV+ 20h Gabonaise
93- MENGUE ME NZENG Amanda 04 F 2008 LBV Parents Gabonaise
94- BE OVONO Brice Boris 14 M 30/01/08 Si bang LBV U.N° 9632 Gabonaise
95- EPGNET Evelyne 38 F 07/02/08 Midoumbé U N° 9639 Gabonaise
96- MBA NDOUTOUME Brice 15 M 11/05/07 Plage LBV U N° 9443 Gabonaise
97- MADZA MVE Claudine 36 F 17/01/11 Motel Lalala Beach LBV Griffe 2011 Gabonaise
98- NDOUTOUME Willy 21 M 11/05/07 Plage LBV U N° 9443 Gabonaise
99- NDONG MBEGA Romaric 10 M 09/03/09 Plage LBV Parents Gabonaise
100- MASSOUKY Victoire 4 F 08/03/11 Port - gentil UN°10576 Gabonaise
101- GRAIG Marvin LENKOGO ABAYA 3 M 06/04/08 Derrière la Prison Parents Gabonaise

B/Province de l’Ogooué Ivindo

1- ETOUA Jérôme 5 M 1/04/ 2011 MboloEDOK Mako Parents
2- EPEGNE 18 M 2011 PK 18 Makokou
3- NKINI Robert 12 M 2008 Ndjolé Union N° 9931 Gabonaise
4- ZECKO Célestine 42 F 12/04/2008 Epessandje Mako Parents
5- GOPOUM Alexis 12 M 2011 Mananga Makokou Parents
6- Blisse Brunelle MEBINE MOUAMBI 19 F 12/07/2010 Débarcadère samba
Makokou Parents
7- MBA MINKO 12 M 2008 Edoung avion Mako Collectif Ogivin
8- EDANG Ralph 12 M 3/03/08 Derrière l’hôpital Mako Collectif Ogivin
9- YOUME Alexis Christian 20 M 2008 Booué U.N° 9771 Gabonaise

NB : La liste du collectif Ogivin victimes des crimes rituels viendra renforcer ces cas recensés

C/ Province de Moyen Ogooué

1- Obame Roger M 1990 Ndjole Parents Gabonaise
2- LOKOUEN Véronique 12 F 2006 Lambaréné U.N° 9185 Gabonaise
3- MASSINMINGUILE Margueritte 55 F 2006 Lambaréné U.N° 9185 Gabonaise
4- KESSANY Myriam 32 F 2006 Lambaréné U.N° 9185 Gabonaise
5- AYOUNE Dieudonné 04 M 2006 Lambaréné U.N° 9185 Gabonaise
6- KOMBILA IBIATSI 3mois M 2006 Lambaréné U.N°9185 Gabonaise
7- BENIE NANGA Jordan 08 M 2008 Lambaréné Ezombolo.N° 09 Gabonaise
8- NTSAME Martine 51 F 2008 Lambaréné Ezombolo.N° 09 Gabonaise
9- YOUME Alexis Christian 20 M 2008 Booué U.N° 9771 Gabonaise
10- NDIMINA Alfred 25 M 2008 Lambaréné U.N°9741 Gabonaise
11- LONGUE NGUEMA Gustave 58 M 2008 Lambaréné U.N° 9838 Gabonaise
12- NKINI Robert 12 M 2008 Ndjolé U N° 9931 Gabonaise
13- OLAME Jean Jacques 22 M 2009 Lambaréné Parents
14- Michelle MBOUMBA 26 F 2011 Lambaréné
15 BIGNAN Joël 42 M 22/12/09 Lambaréné Parents
16- NGUEMA Olui 40 M 31/12/09 Lambaréné Parents
17- MBOUMBA Michelle 26 F 28/02/2011 Mitoumili UN° 10566

mardi 9 avril 2013

#Gabon: Stop Ritual Crimes! - Stop aux crimes rituels! (Photos)



 Astride Atsame, 7, killed March 17, 2013

Campagne Jeunes Gabonais contre les crimes rituels
Young Gabonese against ritual crimes' campaign