ON THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF DEYDA’S MURDER A JUST PERSON MAY BE KILLED BUT JUSTICE IS INVINSIBLE

Life and Liberty are precious both to the person and to society. They
avail the opportunity to be creative and productive. This reality
enables a person to be of service to others whose general welfare is
of concern to society.To deprive an innocent person of life and liberty is the highest crime
against humanity. Those who perpetrate such crimes without living in a
state of guilt, regret and repentance for the rest of their lives are
beasts with human masks.
A real human being would not deprive of others what one cherishes for
one’s self.
As we remember Dyeda Hydara for the tenth year those guilty
perpetrators of the crime who are in the prisons of their own
consciences should know that all eyes are on them. As the wisdom of
the ages tells us: “he or she who hides in the darkness of the night
to perpetrate evil may not be seen, but cannot hide truth from himself or herself.
Deyda’s murderers know themselves. They may be family men who are
taking care of their children and keeping the company of friends and
family. Deyda has been deprived of such communion. His family is
robbed of a precious member.
As we remember him the eyes of justice are still looking around for
the culprits. Sooner or later either justice or death would catch up
with them. In either case they would never enjoy the honour you have
enjoyed. No murderer of an innocent person would ever deserve honour
from humankind.
Deyda , on the other hand, has attained martyrdom. He shall forever be
remembered to have stood on the side of freedom and justice up to the
end. Sooner or later the cause of freedom and justice would triumph
throughout the globe.