The Liberian National Police has forwarded to court five protesters who were part of protests organized by the Council of Patriots on Monday, Jan. 6 in Monrovia.
Stolen CARI Assets Discovered in a Compound in Gbarnga
A Bush Chicken investigation has uncovered the location of several valuable items allegedly stolen from the Central Agricultural Research Institute, CARI. The missing items, including a 50kVA generator, fencing wires, and an air conditioner, were all discovered packed in a compound in the Millionaire Quarter Community in Gbarnga.
Grand Bassa Man Chops Off Wifeâ€™s Ear, Accuses Her of Changing Into Animals
The Grand Bassa detachment of the Liberian National Police has arrested and sent a man to court for chopping off his wifeâ€™s ear.
PRESS RELEASE: Liberian Govâ€™t Must Act to End All Forms of Sexual and Gender Based Violence
The Liberia Feminist Forum, other women and human right groups in Liberia are concerned over the rise in reported cases of rape, sexual abuse, forceful initiation, cruel public torture, and other forms of sexual and gender-based violence, harmful traditional practices and injustice against women, girls and other marginalized groups in Liberia.
Campaigners Demand Increased Govâ€™t Attention to SGBV
Rights groups such as the Liberia Feminist Forum and other women and human right organizations have expressed concern over increased reports of violence and injustice against women, girls, and other marginalized groups.
Soltiamonâ€™s PTA Says Police Action to Barricade Principalâ€™s Home Was â€˜Disgustingâ€™
The Parents Teachers Association of the Soltiamon School System has frowned on the action of the Liberian National Police to barricade the home of the schoolâ€™s principal, Solomon Juah, Sr.
Police Charge Man in Bar Fight Connected to Rep. Acarous Gray
The Liberian National Police has charged a 32-year-old man for assaulting another man at a bar in Sinkor, in a case where Rep. Acarous Gray was accused of ordering the assault.
Lawyer Says â€˜Big Handsâ€™ Preventing Arrested Students From Bail
A lawyer representing 21 incarcerated defendants who were arrested by the Liberian National Police is warning that â€œbig handsâ€ with the Executive Branch are intimidating insurance companies to prevent them from issuing bonds to his clients.Â Â