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.
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.
Judge Roosevelt Willie of Criminal Court A has denied the government’s motion to hold Rep. Yekeh Kolubah of Montserrado’s 10th district in contempt for allegedly traveling Ghana to solicit funds for a planned Dec. 30 protest in Monrovia by the Council of Patriots.
The importation and infusion of banknotes into circulation are routine activities of the Central Bank under its monetary authority. However, these mundane banking functions have come under intense scrutiny and triggered deep public sensitivities in the wake of recent scandals.
Judge Roosevelt Willie has imposed a fine of US$50 on lawyers representing the interest of Montserrado’s tenth district representative, Yekeh Kolubah, and four other defendants, in a murder attempt trial.
Judge Roosevelt Willie has granted a request from Montserrado’s tenth district representative, Yekeh Kolubah, to travel out of the country to seek medical treatment.
The representative of Montserrado’s tenth district, Yekeh Kolubah, says he will take legal action against the government for preventing his family from traveling out of the country on Saturday, July 13.
Criminal Court A Judge, Roosevelt Willie has denied a prosecution’s motion to order the re-arrest of Montserrdo’s tenth district representative, Yekeh Kolubah and five others who were jointly indicted by for multiple criminal offenses, including kidnapping and criminal attempt to commit murder.