An African President who was skinned to death by his attackers was a cruel person.
Samuel Kanyon Doe was a Liberian politician who led the country from 1980 to 1990, first as a military leader and then as a civilian leader.
He was born on May 6, 1951, and died on September 9, 1990. Doe led a violent coup d’état in April 1980 while he was a master sergeant in the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL).
This made him the country’s leader. As a result, Doe became a general in the army.
When Liberia’s politics turned upside down on September 9, 1990, it was going to be very different.
On this day, Samuel Doe, the former king of a small West African country, was killed in one of the most cruel ways ever.
As far as former heads of state go, John Doe’s death is the most horrible in the history of the world.
He became famous after the deadly 1980 coup that killed President William Tolbert and 13 members of his cabinet.
Doe got a taste of his own medicine when the troops who had put him in office a decade earlier turned against him and didn’t like him.
Samuel Doe was president when he was in the beginning stages of his term.
One of the most autocratic regimes in the world was set up by Doe, who took power after a violent uprising against the government.
Despite the fact that the United States wanted to help Doe become president, the people who brought him to power were not happy with him.
Almost right away, his old friends were clamoring for his blood.
Ronald Reagan and Samuel Doe were two people who used to be president of the United States of America.
It was September 1990, and Doe’s fate was sealed. The military turned against him.
This is what happened to him when he was kidnapped and forced to walk around Monrovia, the capital of Liberia, naked. He was killed by vicious and bloodthirsty troops.
TV cameras saw Doe being skinned alive in front of them, with a lot of different weapons.
When he died, it was the first time that his death was shown live to everyone on the planet.
One of Liberia’s rulers had an awful end.
A lot of people still think about him 31 years later.