The chief of staff of the Armed Forces of Liberia and other high ranking AFL officials are set to testify today in the economic sabotage trial against Brownie Samukai.
The decomposed body of a male victim is yet to be identified weeks after the body washed ashore the beach near 5th Street, Sinkor in Monrovia.
Former Defense Minister Brownie Samukai and two others have pleaded not guilty to charges of economic sabotage, money laundering, criminal facilitation, and criminal conspiracy related to their management of a pension fund for the Armed Forces of Liberia.
Judge Roosevelt Willie of Criminal Court A has, in a rather unexpected ruling, denied a request filed by lawyers representing Rep. Yekeh Kolubah of Montserrado’s tenth district to grant the lawmaker medical leave to travel to Ghana.
A 42-year-old man in River Gee is reportedly on the run after allegedly raping a two-year-old minor on February 3.
The remains of an 11-year-old rape victim in Nimba has been turned over to her family for burial after the government has failed to pay more than US$10,000 in fees owed to a Saclepea funeral home.
In the wake of the murder of the German national in Grand Bassa by armed robbers, the Liberian National Police has come under pressure to take concrete actions against smugglers and criminals in possession of single and double barrel guns across the country.
Despite efforts being exerted by police in Nimba to identify the murderer of Lee Arthur, a nine-year-old boy who was likely a victim of a ritualistic killing in late January this year, no suspect has yet been arrested.