Criminal Court A has dropped four out of five charges against Rep. Yekeh Kolubah. The lawmaker from Montserradoâ€™s tenth district will now only face a kidnapping charge.
A judge has denied a request from Rep. Yekeh Kolubah to restore criminal charges that were earlier dropped against his former bodyguards.
Supreme Court Justice Jamesetta Wolokolie has called a conference with the judge in the case involving Montserradoâ€™s tenth district lawmaker, Rep. Yekeh Kolubah. The citation comes after the judge denied the lawmakerâ€™s request for a bench trial.
Judge Roosevelt Willie of Criminal Court A has, in a rather unexpected ruling, denied a request filed by lawyers representing Rep. Yekeh Kolubah of Montserradoâ€™s tenth district to grant the lawmaker medical leave to travel to Ghana.
Montserradoâ€™s 10th district representative, Yekeh Kolubah, has asked the House of Representatives to invite Justice Minister Musah Dean and Police Inspector General Patrick Sudue to explain the legal basis for using force on petitioners and arresting staffers of the National Legislature last week.
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 governmentâ€™s motion to hold Rep. Yekeh Kolubah of Montserradoâ€™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.