Two children found dead in the VOA Community on the Roberts field Monrovia Highway on December 3, 2015 will finally be laid to rest tomorrow despite dissatisfactions from family members over the circumstances surrounding their death.
The head of a leading human rights group has described the autopsy of Alvin Moses and Ruben Paye as “failed” due to a decay of the bodies.
A group of children’s rights activists have led a memorial march in Monrovia calling for justice in the death of Alvin Moses and Ruben Paye.
A group of children’s rights organizations has announced a peaceful march demanding that authorities reopen the investigation into the deaths of two minors, Alvin Moses and Ruben Paye.
The Justice Ministry has yet to release the autopsy report of Victoria Zayzay, who was found dead in police custody.
The parents of the two children found dead in the VOA community on Robertsfield Highway on Dec. 3 have rejected a recent investigation report released by the Liberia National Police.
The relatives of Alvin Moses and Ruben Paye, the children who were found dead in a vehicle last week, have accused the police of torture and unjust incarceration.