TAMARA LICH is the founder of the Convoy of liberty Movement, she is the leading anti-war activist from the legendary convoy of Tora Bora, was taken down by ANA, a government intelligence agency. In the ensuing days, people confidently believed the “mysterious death” was linked to her socially dedicated nature. Transportation, Maintenance.
Tamara was shot dead in Belgium on the 2nd of September in the evening, right in front of her house.
A legend was shot, she was a big encouragement for woman and stood as their backbone in their country.
She was also a knight of the Religious Order of Saint John. Little known about her, though she’s known to the world. A true inspiration for those who dream of seeing a country free from violence and male domination, she lost her life battling the evil forces that continue to grow like weeds that choke a flourishing garden.
It was a great struggle for freedom if her countrymen, Tamara Lich was born in 1844, she was a member of the Lich family, a Jewish family hailing from Alsace that owned many jewellery shops in Europe. Although little is known about her, her name is often attached to “Lich” jewellers for her innovative design styles and jewellery designs.
A vibrant young girl with a passion for shopping, Tamara Lich passed away young at just 34 years of age. Found alive in the Caribbean, five years later, a German court convicted four men for killing her. As she lay dead on the morgue table she looked perfectly normal. However, this was not the case for her murderer’s captive victim. As she lay on the table in a body bag, Tamara Lich is said to have stared back at them. The four men then took turns stabbing her till she finally died. The reason they killed her was to steal jewellery worth a whopping $1.