In this powerful authentic African play, Benus Adu Poku, (like a sculptor), imaginatively and flawlessly carves out a literary work, partially blended to link a similar circumstance leading to the public assault and death of a poverty-stricken woman, which sparked riots in the early 1990s in Maseru, Lesotho, South Africa. The woman, Ma Nthabiseng or her son is alleged to have shoplifted. Despite the tragic episode in the end, it is a well-balanced and thrilling play. It is written with creative candor and extraordinary insight. The potency of Benus Adu Poku's literary prowess, the command of language, fertile imagery, vibrant theme and his philosophical ideas on justice and morality as portrayed in the vast array of his literary works are without any ambiguity vividly and superbly enshrined in Justice Cry, with immense universal appeal. Justice Cry is morally-intriguing with an amazing dish-for-introspection for the pleasure of audience and readers from all cultures. Highly recommended as a school Literature textbook, for students worldwide especially in Southern Africa, lovers of justice, women globally, Aids Activists and Women Rights Organizations.