A person should be judged on how they treat others. Based on that, he should be judged for BOTH his past treatment of African-Amercians and his peaceful existence on the island for the last 30 years.
Sounds like he owes the African-American community in the U.S. an apology and he owes the people of Belize nothing more than that which has already been given, and he continues to give as far as I understand.
If he is guilty of murder or some other crime for which justice is due, that's one thing...
However, unless you are an African-American ex-pat living in Belize who was harmed by this man's action, this unjust persecution of a man living peaceably isn't warranted at all imo.
What he said.
Please tell me you didn't just bang that out and it took a lot of soul searching and thought and hours to turn into words. Perfect.