The Liberian government has not yet charged the acting chairman of the Council of Patriots, Menipakei Dumoe, after he was arrested on Tuesday for a comment he wrote on Facebook.
On May 1, health authorities released the journalist Jeremiah Gayflor from his isolation at the 14 Military Hospital. At his hometown in Tappita, residents â€“ mostly women and children â€“ crowded the streets to celebrate. They also broke into quarantine facilities and hugged patients.
Yesterday, officers of the Liberia National Police used tear gas, water hoses and other non-lethal measures to disrupt the relatively peaceful protest organized by the Council of Patriots.
The Liberia National Police has indefinitely dismissed its former superintendent of police, Arthur V. Freeman, for alleged criminal conspiracy, harassment, and theft of property.
The Liberia National Police is warning supporters of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change and the four opposition collaboration political parties to stay off the premises of the National Elections Commission.
After a violent elections-related episode in Montserradoâ€™s 15th district, the Liberia National Police has released a statement that it is investigating the issue.
Following an August 4 riot in Paynesvilleâ€™s Red Light commercial district, the Liberia National Police have arrested 12 individuals.
Police in Margibi arrested and charged Cinta Township commissioner Roland Johnson with multiple criminal offenses in connection with Mondayâ€™s violent motorcyclist protest in Weala and Baypolu.