By Ireneaus Chongwain Chia
There is evidently no logic in war, but certain war realities are simply shocking. It is not yet a full-blown war but the mileage of atrocities in the North West and South West Regions keep lengthening, foretelling the carnage that could follow were the present mayhem allowed to continue. And it would definitely continue as the tough talk, especially from the government side, continues unabated, if not reinforced. From Kawkaw through Kendem and Batibo to Belo, reported human rights abuses and extrajudicial or summary executions keep soaring. But should this be the case in a country that repeatedly describes and prides itself as a state of law?