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Fact Finding Report About Attack On Murle People

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The atrocious attack by the Nuer on 5-12 March on Murle people of Pibor County, Jonglei State which resulted to the death of 750 people, is now known to have occurred with full knowledge of the Commander of the 8th Divion of SPLA force, Gen Bol Koang, a Nuer. A number of Nuer army and police officers were among the attackers and bodied of officers and men in uniforms were identified among the attackers who were killed.

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20th/March/2009

H. E Dr. Riek Machar Teny Dhorgon

Vice president of Government of Southern Sudan

Subject:- Fact Finding Committee Report on the 8th. March.2009 Lou Nuer Attack on Likwangole Payam in Pibor County .

The Committee arrived on a chartered plane from Juba to Pibor at around 3:00 Pm on

15th. March. 2009

Day 1 Sunday 15th.March.2009 Pibor County

Upon arrival the Committee proceeded to the commissioner’s resident and held a meeting with the County Security Committee under the chairmanship of the County Commissioner . <!–
D([“mb”,”\u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eDuring the meeting the Committee listened to the security committee report on the Lou Nuer attack which started from Nanam on 6\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e.March 2009 and pushed its way to Likwangole Payam occupying it on 8\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e.March.2009\nburning the SPLM Flags and destroying hospital, Schools, shopping\ncentre, Payam administration offices and looting Copi and MSF\ncompounds. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eThe\nLou Nuer invaders captured Likwangole Payam killing one official and\ntown chief; While SPLA Battalion deployed to protect and defend\nLikwangole Payam remained in their barrack without any attempt of\ndefending the Payam. When the Payam executive director requested a\nforce to defend the Payam, the commanding officer of Battalion 358 of\nbrigade 47 in Division 8 Col. Juma Kadai Korok told executive officer\nthat they were ordered not to get involved in the tribal fighting and\nthat they should not defend Likwangole. The orders were given to them\nby SPLA Division 8 commander Maj. Gen. Bol Kong. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eOn 9\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e.March.2009,\na group of 45 attackers reported to the garrison, when reported to\ndivision 8 commanders Maj. Gen. Bol Kong, he issued orders to the\nbattalion commander to provide a protection to this group of Lou Nuer\nattackers and that they should not be beaten even. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003e\u003cb\u003e\u003cu\u003e\u003cspan style\u003d\”font-size:14pt\”\u003eDay 2 Monday, 16\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e.March.2009  Likwangole Payam\u003c/span\u003e\u003c/u\u003e\u003c/b\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\”\u003e \u003c/font\u003e\u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eThe\ncommittee arrived to Likwangole at 10:30 am and proceeded to the first\nresistant line of Likwangole Payam at water pump which is to the south\nwest Likwangole air strip. At the scene, the Committee found on the\nground some rotten bodies of 27 from Lou Nuer attackers and 5 bodies\nfrom the Murle including one small girl and a baby boy who were beaten\nto death by sticks. “,1]
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During the meeting the Committee listened to the security committee report on the Lou Nuer attack which started from Nanam on 6th.March 2009 and pushed its way to Likwangole Payam occupying it on 8th.March.2009 burning the SPLM Flags and destroying hospital, Schools, shopping centre, Payam administration offices and looting Copi and MSF compounds.

The Lou Nuer invaders captured Likwangole Payam killing one official and town chief; While SPLA Battalion deployed to protect and defend Likwangole Payam remained in their barrack without any attempt of defending the Payam. When the Payam executive director requested a force to defend the Payam, the commanding officer of Battalion 358 of brigade 47 in Division 8 Col. Juma Kadai Korok told executive officer that they were ordered not to get involved in the tribal fighting and that they should not defend Likwangole. The orders were given to them by SPLA Division 8 commander Maj. Gen. Bol Kong.

On 9th.March.2009, a group of 45 attackers reported to the garrison, when reported to division 8 commanders Maj. Gen. Bol Kong, he issued orders to the battalion commander to provide a protection to this group of Lou Nuer attackers and that they should not be beaten even.

Day 2 Monday, 16th.March.2009  Likwangole Payam

The committee arrived to Likwangole at 10:30 am and proceeded to the first resistant line of Likwangole Payam at water pump which is to the south west Likwangole air strip. At the scene, the Committee found on the ground some rotten bodies of 27 from Lou Nuer attackers and 5 bodies from the Murle including one small girl and a baby boy who were beaten to death by sticks. <!–
D([“mb”,”\u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eThe committee then proceeded to Likwangole Payam military barrack and held a quick meeting with the officers. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eThe\ncommander of Battalion 358 Col. Juma Kadai Korok has been asked as to\nwhy he did not defended Likwangole Payam and its People? \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003e Col.\nJuma Kadai Korok replied saying that his division commander Maj. Gen.\nBol Kong issued orders that the force should not get involved in the\ntribal fighting and must not get out from the barrack. But when the Lou\nNuer attackers surrendered to the army in the barrack the division\ncommander ordered me to give protection to the surrendering Lou Nuer\nattackers group of 45 people, which I did. Among the 45 people there is\na woman. Of the 45 people from Lou Nuer attackers, one passed away and\n4 were evacuated to Juba for medical treatment remaining 40 people in\nthe barrack. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eAfter\nhaving meeting with the officers at the barrack the committee visited\nthe surrendering Lou Nuer attackers and from there the committee\nreturned to Likwangole Payam head quarters accompanied by Jonglei state\nsecurity committee headed by H.E peace advisor for Jonglei state Mr.\nJohn Jok and a team of UNMIS led by the UNMIS head officer in the state\nMr. At Payam head quarters, the committee held a joint meeting which\ninclude representatives of UNMIS, Jonglei security committee, UNICEF\nrepresentatives on one side and the executive director with head chief\nof Likwangole Payam on the other. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eDuring\nthe meeting the committee listened to Payam executive director who\nreported that the Lou Nuer attack started on 12/February/2009 on\nMamchilil grassing area which continued for two consecutive days,\nWomen, children and elderly were killed and some children and women\nwere taken by the attackers. The number of cows stolen on 12″,1]
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The committee then proceeded to Likwangole Payam military barrack and held a quick meeting with the officers.

The commander of Battalion 358 Col. Juma Kadai Korok has been asked as to why he did not defended Likwangole Payam and its People?

Col. Juma Kadai Korok replied saying that his division commander Maj. Gen. Bol Kong issued orders that the force should not get involved in the tribal fighting and must not get out from the barrack. But when the Lou Nuer attackers surrendered to the army in the barrack the division commander ordered me to give protection to the surrendering Lou Nuer attackers group of 45 people, which I did. Among the 45 people there is a woman. Of the 45 people from Lou Nuer attackers, one passed away and 4 were evacuated to Juba for medical treatment remaining 40 people in the barrack.

After having meeting with the officers at the barrack the committee visited the surrendering Lou Nuer attackers and from there the committee returned to Likwangole Payam head quarters accompanied by Jonglei state security committee headed by H.E peace advisor for Jonglei state Mr. John Jok and a team of UNMIS led by the UNMIS head officer in the state Mr. At Payam head quarters, the committee held a joint meeting which include representatives of UNMIS, Jonglei security committee, UNICEF representatives on one side and the executive director with head chief of Likwangole Payam on the other.

During the meeting the committee listened to Payam executive director who reported that the Lou Nuer attack started on 12/February/2009 on Mamchilil grassing area which continued for two consecutive days, Women, children and elderly were killed and some children and women were taken by the attackers. The number of cows stolen on 12<!–
D([“mb”,”\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e/Febuarary/2009\nattack were208, 108 head of cattle.  These cattle\u0026#39;s are stolen from two\nBomas of Kongor and Monchak. Kongor lost 11,719 while Monchak lost\n196,461. This attack was seen as a retaliation action by Lou Nuer to\nthe attack carried earlier by Murle to their area ignoring the appeal\nby Pibor county commissioner of recovering their cows, and while the\nMurle also took their earlier attack as revenge to 31\u003csup\u003est\u003c/sup\u003e.7.2007attack on Nyergeny Boma in\n Likwangole Payam. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eSecond\nattacks started on the 5th.March.2009 when a Lou Nuer mobilized armed\ncivilians were reportedly moving from three Lou Nuer Counties of Akobo,\nWuror and Nyirol. .The Lou Nuer attackers took Murle by surprise on the\nsame day 5\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e.March.2009 on a swift attack on Ngoyith,Bichibich, Lopilab, Mawuo and Rang grassing areas. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eOn 8\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e.March.2009\nthe Lou Nuer attack extended to Lekereth village pushing their way to\nLikwangole Payam. In Lekereth the Lou Nuer attackers forced women and\nchildren who they capture in Nanam into luaks and burn them alive. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eOn 9\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e.March.2009\nthe Lou Nuer attacked and captured Likwangole Payam burning SPLM flag\nin the Payam and destroying all government installations in the Payam\nand looting hospital, schools and the compounds of humanitarian\norganization operating in the Payam namely; Copi and MSF. The attackers\ncontinued their occupation of Likwangole Payam to the following day. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eOn 10\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e.March.2009\nthe Lou Nuer proceeded to Nyarath chi Eezo in Kong-Kong River and\nattacked Murle there killing women, children, elderly and some youth\nand looting cattles which they assembled in Likwangole Payam before\nthey drive them to their land. “,1]
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Second attacks started on the 5th.March.2009 when a Lou Nuer mobilized armed civilians were reportedly moving from three Lou Nuer Counties of Akobo, Wuror and Nyirol. .The Lou Nuer attackers took Murle by surprise on the same day 5th.March.2009 on a swift attack on Ngoyith,Bichibich, Lopilab, Mawuo and Rang grassing areas.

On 8th.March.2009 the Lou Nuer attack extended to Lekereth village pushing their way to Likwangole Payam. In Lekereth the Lou Nuer attackers forced women and children who they capture in Nanam into luaks and burn them alive.

On 9th.March.2009 the Lou Nuer attacked and captured Likwangole Payam burning SPLM flag in the Payam and destroying all government installations in the Payam and looting hospital, schools and the compounds of humanitarian organization operating in the Payam namely; Copi and MSF. The attackers continued their occupation of Likwangole Payam to the following day.

On 10th.March.2009 the Lou Nuer proceeded to Nyarath chi Eezo in Kong-Kong River and attacked Murle there killing women, children, elderly and some youth and looting cattles which they assembled in Likwangole Payam before they drive them to their land. <!–
D([“mb”,”\u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eDuring\nthe meeting Head Chief Mr. Abarchoch Lual of Likwangole Payam also\nspoke and said, Likwangole Payam was attacked and captured by Lou Nuer\nburning the SPLM Flag while SPLA forces in the area stood aside without\ndefending the Payam, SPLA forces also participated in the looting of\nthe Payam and they even protected the attackers while they were\nrefusing to protect us. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eThe\nattackers were in SPLA uniform and were coordinating their attack with\nthe Battalion who have directed them to the water pump in the airport\nand assured them of cooperation on their side. The evident is seen in\nthe fact that the attackers took all cows in side Likwangole Payam\nexcept those belonging to the Lou Nuer settlers and the army. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eIn\nthe light of the above facts, the head chief concluded that SPLA forces\nin the Payam are not deployed to protect the Payam and its People as a\nnational force, but they are there as tribal forces who identify\nthemselves with their tribes in any tribal conflict like this one. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eTherefore,\nthe head chief request SPLA command to withdraw these forces with their\ncommand immediately before they could take law into their hand and\nretaliate on these forces. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eAt\n3:45pm Jonglei state security committee and the UNMIS team returned to\nBor town on a UN helicopter and the fact finding committee returned to\nPibor on two hard top land cruisers. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cb\u003e\u003cu\u003e\u003cspan style\u003d\”font-size:14pt\”\u003e\u003cfont face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eDay 3 Tuesday, 17\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e.March.2009,  Pibor County \u003c/font\u003e”,1]
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During the meeting Head Chief Mr. Abarchoch Lual of Likwangole Payam also spoke and said, Likwangole Payam was attacked and captured by Lou Nuer burning the SPLM Flag while SPLA forces in the area stood aside without defending the Payam, SPLA forces also participated in the looting of the Payam and they even protected the attackers while they were refusing to protect us.

The attackers were in SPLA uniform and were coordinating their attack with the Battalion who have directed them to the water pump in the airport and assured them of cooperation on their side. The evident is seen in the fact that the attackers took all cows in side Likwangole Payam except those belonging to the Lou Nuer settlers and the army.

In the light of the above facts, the head chief concluded that SPLA forces in the Payam are not deployed to protect the Payam and its People as a national force, but they are there as tribal forces who identify themselves with their tribes in any tribal conflict like this one.

Therefore, the head chief request SPLA command to withdraw these forces with their command immediately before they could take law into their hand and retaliate on these forces.

At 3:45pm Jonglei state security committee and the UNMIS team returned to Bor town on a UN helicopter and the fact finding committee returned to Pibor on two hard top land cruisers.

Day 3 Tuesday, 17th.March.2009,  Pibor County <!–
D([“mb”,”\u003c/span\u003e\u003c/u\u003e\u003c/b\u003e \n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eThe\nfact finding committee held a joint meeting with the commissioner,\ncounty security committee and the chiefs of Pibor county comprise of 41\nchiefs, 10 from Pibor Payam,  10 from Gurumuk Payam, 10 from Likwangole\nPayam, 10 from Vertet Payam and 1 chief representing 10 chiefs OF Boma\nPayam. The 41 chiefs in the meeting expressed the below points as\nfollows; \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003e1. \nThat the Jonglei state government ordered peaceful disarmament in Pibor\nand in the areas of neighboring communities, but disarmament was\nexecuted in Pibor only and now when attacked by the Lou Nuer the state\ngovernment  failed to protect us. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003e2.\nOur people were killed in hospital in Bor town, and the state\ngovernment failed to investigate the case, but instead, it protected\nthe murderers. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003e3.\nThe state government deployed Lou Nuer organized SPLA forces who have\nnow identified themselves with their tribe in our area, this force is\nnot representing the face of Southern Sudan as a result they turned\ntheir guns against Murle. Given this fact these forces must be\ntransferred and be replaced with nationally represented SPLA forces. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eThe\nchiefs expressed that Jonglei state cannot represent them and they must\nbe removed from Jonglei state and be put under GoSS supervision. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eIn\nthe end of the meeting the intellectuals, the chiefs and the\ncommissioner called for peaceful coexistence with the neighbors. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003e”,1]
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The fact finding committee held a joint meeting with the commissioner, county security committee and the chiefs of Pibor county comprise of 41 chiefs, 10 from Pibor Payam,  10 from Gurumuk Payam, 10 from Likwangole Payam, 10 from Vertet Payam and 1 chief representing 10 chiefs OF Boma Payam. The 41 chiefs in the meeting expressed the below points as follows;

1.  That the Jonglei state government ordered peaceful disarmament in Pibor and in the areas of neighboring communities, but disarmament was executed in Pibor only and now when attacked by the Lou Nuer the state government  failed to protect us.

2. Our people were killed in hospital in Bor town, and the state government failed to investigate the case, but instead, it protected the murderers.

3. The state government deployed Lou Nuer organized SPLA forces who have now identified themselves with their tribe in our area, this force is not representing the face of Southern Sudan as a result they turned their guns against Murle. Given this fact these forces must be transferred and be replaced with nationally represented SPLA forces.

The chiefs expressed that Jonglei state cannot represent them and they must be removed from Jonglei state and be put under GoSS supervision.

In the end of the meeting the intellectuals, the chiefs and the commissioner called for peaceful coexistence with the neighbors.

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D([“mb”,”\u003cb\u003e\u003cu\u003e\u003cspan style\u003d\”font-size:14pt\”\u003eDay 4 Wednesday 18\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e.March.2009, Pibor County\u003c/span\u003e\u003c/u\u003e\u003c/b\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\”\u003e \u003c/font\u003e\u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eThe\nfacts finding committee accompanied by the county security committee\nled by the commissioner held a consultative meeting with the officers\nof Battalion 359 at the army barrack. Col. Peter Ruei the Commander of\nBattalion 359 of brigade 47, division 8 explained that the Lou Nuer\nattacks information came to them from Juba , therefore, the devastation\nwhich rocked Likwangole Payam came with the knowledge of the divisional\ncommander. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eCol.\nPeter Ruei reported that his command issued standing orders that when\nthe Lou Nuer attack begins the army must not intervene. He said that\nthe Lou Nuer from three counties mobilized themselves to attack\nLikwangole Payam, Gurumuk Payam and Pibor county head quarters as\nbriefed by our command. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eCol.\nPeter Ruei said his Battalion are all from Lou Nuer except a few who\ncome from Bahr el Ghazal and Upper Nile states, according to him this\nforce does not reflect the true face SPLA and hence , he recommends\ntransfer of all officers from sons of Jonglei state from this force. He\nmainly recommends transfer of officers from Lou Nuer who forms the\nmajority of the officers in this Battalion. \u003c/font\u003e\n\u003c/p\u003e\u003cp dir\u003d\”ltr\” style\u003d\”direction:ltr;text-align:left\”\u003e\u003cfont size\u003d\”3\” face\u003d\”Times New Roman\”\u003eMaj.\nSimon Dak Kier; stated that when they were organized in Bor to come to\nPibor, the message given was that we are going to fight with Murle\nbefore even reaching Pibor, but when we moved from Bor to Pibor we\nnever met any hostile behavior until we reached Pibor peacefully and\nfound that the people here are peaceful and friendly, contrary to the\ninformation of violence and hatreds as we were told by our command.\nMost of these forces are from Akobo County . “,1]
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The facts finding committee accompanied by the county security committee led by the commissioner held a consultative meeting with the officers of Battalion 359 at the army barrack. Col. Peter Ruei the Commander of Battalion 359 of brigade 47, division 8 explained that the Lou Nuer attacks information came to them from Juba , therefore, the devastation which rocked Likwangole Payam came with the knowledge of the divisional commander.

Col. Peter Ruei reported that his command issued standing orders that when the Lou Nuer attack begins the army must not intervene. He said that the Lou Nuer from three counties mobilized themselves to attack Likwangole Payam, Gurumuk Payam and Pibor county head quarters as briefed by our command.

Col. Peter Ruei said his Battalion are all from Lou Nuer except a few who come from Bahr el Ghazal and Upper Nile states, according to him this force does not reflect the true face SPLA and hence , he recommends transfer of all officers from sons of Jonglei state from this force. He mainly recommends transfer of officers from Lou Nuer who forms the majority of the officers in this Battalion.

Maj. Simon Dak Kier; stated that when they were organized in Bor to come to Pibor, the message given was that we are going to fight with Murle before even reaching Pibor, but when we moved from Bor to Pibor we never met any hostile behavior until we reached Pibor peacefully and found that the people here are peaceful and friendly, contrary to the information of violence and hatreds as we were told by our command. Most of these forces are from Akobo County . <!–
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According to Maj. Simon Dak Kier this formation encourages tribalism therefore; battalion 359 and its command must be transferred and be thoroughly mixed with SPLA forces from sons of other areas before they are deployed in any area.

Cpl. Nasser Akol recommends the following;

1. All officers from Jonglei state in this battalion should be transferred

2. All traders from Jonglei state coming in and out of Pibor County should be handled by the civilian police.

3. Bor – Pibor road must be patrolled and cars must be provided with security escort from Bor to Ayidi and vice versa.

Day 5 Thursday 19th.March.2009, Pibor County

The facts finding committee finished its facts finding mission and requested a plane to return to Juba, however, the plane could not come due to lack of funds to be paid to the flight company, as a result, the facts finding committee has to spend one day in Pibor as a wasted time. Before leaving Pibor County on above date Lou Nuer new group was reportedly moving towards Murle land again, and the committee returned back to Juba on 20th. 3 .2009 arriving Juba at 10:45 am.

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Summary of facts as reported on the ground.

1.  The field visit by the facts finding committee to the affected areas has been successful and achieved its objectives, reaching all destinations and met all chiefs of affected areas and the leadership of Pibor County .

2. It has been found that Lou Nuer attackers killed elderly, women and children in a manner of organized genocide or ethnic cleansing.

3. SPLA forces deployed in Likwangole Payam did not defend the Payam in the face of the Lou Nuer attack, instead, they defended the attackers and provided a protection to 45 Lou Nuer attackers, saying that they were ordered by the division commander not to get involved in the tribal fighting, but at the same time the division commander issued orders to protect the surrendering Lou Nuer attackers, who according to divisional commander should not be touched and not even beaten.

4. SPLA forces in Likwangole Payam participated in destruction of Likwangole Payam by looting the Payam after the withdrawal of the Lou Nuer attackers.

5. SPLA forces in Likwangole Payam buried three bodies of the attackers who are believed to be SPLA officers killed during their attack on Likwangole Payam to cover evidence, bearing in mind that a Colonel and a captain were killed from the Lou Nuer attackers. <!–
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6. Number of 45 Lou Nuer attackers surrendered to Likwangole military garrison including one woman, one of them passed away and 4 of them evacuated to Juba for medical treatment

7. Jonglei state government sent food assistance and medical facilities to attacking Akobo County through Pibor County instead of rescuing the affected population in an attempt of provoking new round of violence.

8. Some of the bodies of the attackers found on the ground were in SPLA uniform confirming participation of SPLA forces from Lou Nuer in this barbaric attack on Likwangole Payam

9. It is confirmed that three counties of Lou Nuer namely Nyirol, Wuror and Akobo have participated in the attack on Likwangole Payam as evidenced by the surrenders being citizens of these counties.

10. The number of Murle Killed in the latest Lou Nuer attack from Nanam down to Likwangole, Kong-Kong and Jom are 453 and more than 100 people missing according to primary reports.

11. Number of the internally displaced persons are 6000 persons.

12. Among officers killed on their attack are;

– Col. Killed and his insignia brought to Pibor County Commissioner

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-Joseph Lual Chol, student in Kitale Killed

-Lt. Deang Goi Yuod SPLA officer

13. Wounded officers from Lou Nuer attackers

–  1st.Lt. Tier Duk Koryom Police officer wounded

-1st.Lt. Char Pot Bol SPLA officer wounded

– Lt. Gatluak Duop SPLA officer wounded

Regards

Number of the fact finding Committee were 36 members

Headed by Hon. Philip Thabalang Lukayee

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