Eugene Nagbe Rebukes Families of Deceased LRA Employees

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Former Information Minister Eugene Lenn Nagbe

— Says everyone is now politicizing it and not wanting to know the truth.

Liberia’s former Information Minister, Lenn Eugene Nagbe, has rebuked the families of the two deceased LRA employees, whose lifeless bodies were found in a car on Broad Street, for making “politically driven remarks”.

In his scathing rebuke, Nagbe, who now heads the Liberia Maritime Authority, accused the bereaved families of politicizing the issue instead of learning the facts, despite all efforts being exhibited by the government to be transparent with the investigation and have the families involved along the way.

In his rant, Nagbe blasted the families of Victoria ‘Gifty’ Lamah and Albert Peters, for been unfair by rendering unsubstantiated generalizations about the deaths, especially falsely accusing the government of double-dealing in the absence of fact.

“The deaths of people from the LRA followed all sorts of statements including [from] the wife. There are all sorts of allegations, condemnations and rumors of these people. Everyone is now politicizing it and not wanting to know the truth. You cannot begin to make unfounded comments, especially in a matter that involves your wife. By now the husband of the deceased should be interested in the cause and circumstances that led to the death of his wife, rather than going around making wild-cat accusations,” Nagbe said.

Nagbe, a fierce defender of the Weah Administration, during his tenure as minister, also threw jabs at the bereaved family for discrediting the government’s own pathologists who have been asked to conduct autopsies on the deceased bodies.

The former information minister further challenged the families and individuals who do not trust the Liberian pathologists to bring in “any pathologist to do the work from any countries including France, Germany, United States, and the government will agree for the pathologist to do the work. “

“Forget the two pathologists that the government spent money to have them trained because in Liberia, we don’t respect our own. Bring any scientists so that we can find out what caused the deaths. If you are not interested in finding out what killed your wife, go to politics,” Nagbe said.

According to Nagbe, the families of Mrs. Lamah and Mr. Peters and their supporters need to stop making unsubstantiated comments which are politically driven and give the government the chance to investigate the matter as they remain committed to investigating this matter to a logical conclusion. ”

“Give the investigation a chance, let us not politicize just everything. But if you are not interested, give way because we are under a constitutional mandate to work for our people. If there is a killer in this government, the killer will be found and prosecuted in this country. We need to give the investigation the benefit of the doubt,” he added.

Nagbe made the outburst yesterday at a farewell ceremony held in his honor at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism, just days after another spin that his successor, Ledgerhood Rennie, placed on the story last week in an interview with the BBC.

In that interview, Minister Rennie went to great lengths to try to convince the BBC that the four deceased were not auditors in a bid to change the narrative surrounding these deaths. By dressing down the deceased as mere professionals working in various agencies, Rennie is rhetorically dismissing the common thread connecting the deaths and perhaps rendering them as coincidental.

 In a similar, and perhaps more flippant response to the first two deaths (Peters and Lamah), President George Weah took to the pulpit of his Forky Klon Jlaleh Family Fellowship Church on October 4, 2020, and insinuated that the deaths may have been a of a “boyfriend and girlfriend” issue and should therefore not be politicized.

“It is sad to know that our country, a religious country like Liberia you wake up and you see they killed people in car. Why, we don’t know; if that was a boyfriend or girlfriend issue, that doesn’t allow you to kill somebody because you don’t know where you will end up,” the President said.

Of late, the spouses of the deceased, Sylvester Lamah and Beatrice Peters have accused the Government of depriving them the opportunity to have an independent pathologist to perform the autopsy on their loves one remains.

Both spouses, who have long suspected the government for playing a role in the death of their partners because of their works, (to investigate corruption in government and expose it) have reportedly lost faith in the government investigation to the extent that they snubbed that autopsy a week ago.

Sylvester and Beatrice, like many others, believes that the four were killed in an attempt to destroy evidence that these financial experts might have found to be undermining the country’s Domestic Resource Mobilization efforts.

The families, according to Lama, trust in the investigations has gone so low not only because of the way the investigation is ongoing, but the many ‘misinformation’ being given to the public by the government.

“We continue to say as families that the process would not be transparent. The Pathologists you are talking about here are paid by the government – they work for the government… It’s a kangaroo process,” Lama told Sky FM’s in an exclusive interview last week on the 50-50 show.

Albert Peters’ and Victoria Lamah’s lifeless bodies were found on October 2, 2020, on Broad Streets in a parked vehicle belonging to Peters, in front of the Sacred Heart Cathedral. Eyewitness accounts indicate that the vehicles were brought to the scene and parked on the early morning of Friday, October 2, “by a huge man, wearing a cap”.

Both Peters and Lamah were discovered in the back seat of his vehicle. He was clad only in his underwear with one ear cut off and skin peeled off his body, according to his wife, while Lamah was discovered fully clothed, with even her makeup intact and with a broken neck.

Albert Peters, who was also a professional auditor at the Ministry of Finance, transitioned to the LRA in the same capacity when the LRA became autonomous. At the time of their death, Peters served at the LRA as Assistant Commissioner for Internal Audit, while Lamah Manager for Tax Payer Services Division, with the responsibility to monitor the inflow of taxes, which she reportedly performed meticulously.

Prior to moving to the TPSD a few months ago, Lamah worked in the office of the LRA Commissioner-General, in the policy division. She was involved with the compilation of all the revenue figures from all across the country, which would then be analyzed and published on the LRA’s website.

Meanwhile, Nagbe has warned that the attitude of the country’s opposition political parties is ‘disingenuous’ for Liberian democracy.

“It is shameful to you who profess to be lovers of democracy and yet refused to respect the tenets which accompany Democracy,” Nagbe said. “President Weah won on the popular mandate of the Liberian people and this you must respect. You cannot subvert democracy by unfounded protests and demonstrations.”

According to him, six months after the mandate, the opposition begins to attack the administration, despite receiving sound defeat with the so-called 16billion that they considered went missing.

Nagbe added that, while oppositions in other countries are calling for elections to be held, the opposition parties in Liberia do not care to for it.

“They want the December 8 elections not to be held and are planning to obstruct it.  “You need to tell me that the people of Liberia are stupid because they are the ones who voted for Weah. If even you don’t agree with us but we have a mandate for six years,” Mr. Nagbe urged those in opposition.

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  • Anthony Kokoi is a young Liberian sports writer who has an ever-growing passion for the development of the game of football (soccer) and other sports. For the past few years, he has been passionately engaged in reporting the developments of the game in the country. He is an associate member of the Sports Writers Association of Liberia (SWAL). He is a promoter of young talents. He also writes match reports and makes an analysis of Liberian Football.

50 COMMENTS

  1. It shouldn’t be surprising to see folks like Eugene Nagbeh attacking the victims families and loves one about politicizing the death of their husband and wife. These families are frustrated and grieving for their lost and you are talking about politicizing their death? It’s being politicized because they know nothing positive is expected out if these four individuals death considering similar killing involving Mathew Innis. Has anyone be arrested or charged for Mathew Innis death?No. Has anyone be arrested or charged for Harry Greeves death? No. So what make Eugene Nagbeh thinks the victims families have confidence in this administration when the government has been inconsistent with the facts surrounding the lives lost of these four professionals? Why did he not considered president Weah remarkable wild guess pertaining to the first 2 death as “boyfriend & girlfriend” as politicizing the situation? Instead, attacking the families and loves one for politicizing their lost. This is how heartless these people can be in protecting their daily bread.

    The Liberians voting president George Weah to power is probably being misunderstood by officials of the administration. They voted president Weah to power to do the “right thing” and not the “Wrong thing”. If president Weah can not delivered the right thing for the reasons he was voted for, the very people that elected him has the right to protest, demonstrate and even asked him to step down, if necessary. That’s the beauty of democracy and why people keep reminding Liberians about the mandate via election to governed is garantee to complete term elected for? Yes, it is guaranteed if the right things are done by the government and No, it is not guaranteed if the government fails to deliver.

    The notion about opposition protesting is absolutely in line with the democratic rules of governance and Eugene Nagbeh should stop complaining about protest from the opposition and focus on doing what best for Liberians and Liberia and not what best for president Weah as was mentioned yesterday to the newly inducted foreign minister by president Weah,”Don’t disappoint me”. This is not about you Mr. President. This is about Liberia and not individual.

    • The outgoing minister is been highly professional! RHETORICS AND PROPAGANDA ARE NOT WHAT ARE EXPECTED FROM GOVERNMENT INVOLVING THE LOSS OF LIVES! PAID TO PROPAGANDIZE NEWS OUTLET MAY ENGAGE IN SUCH, BUT NOT A MINISTRY OF INFORMATION!

      The true mark of a journalist or professionalism is to be PRINCIPLED, objective, accurate, and truthful, A ministry of Information being professionally and constitutionally obligated to THE NATION or the given population, is unlike a news outlet which bows to the highest bidder and politicize or commercialize the truth.

      This in no way means the ministry may not be in sympathy or in empathy with a given bereaved family. In fact, by adhering to the truth, and not giving credence to deceptions, is in itself by all implications a demonstration of sympathy and empathy!

      It is strange that in such matter involving the loss of lives, you want the minister to be pragmatic rather than been principled! Aggressive to the truth, instead of being accommodating to the truth!, And worse, ruthless to the truth for propaganda purposes!

      ONLY THE GUILTY would follow such paths. And never ever a government or whichever entity with clean hands as is the case with this government in this matter, etc.

      It is extremely sad that in such a matter involving the loss of lives, some would suggest that a Minister of Information should be subjective, deceptive, inaccurate, or engaging in disinformation for propaganda purposes as is the case of some news outlets. No patriotic individual or seasoned professional would get involved in such disingenuous modus vivendi.

      We witnessed such disingenuous displays on the part of this very news outlet in matters the Supreme Court was compelled to resist forthwith, thus exposing the machiavelianism, and disingenuous modus operandi, and unprofessionalism by this very news out let as they notoriously violated their social responsibility mandate and their constitutional and professional duties to adhere to the core key principles of truth and accuracy been asserted and demonstrated by the outgoing minister of information.

      Hence, instead of implying that you people prefer the minister giving credence to confirmation bias to truth and accuracy, you should be hailing the minister for adhering to the core key principles of journalism amongst which are the fundamental .principles of .TRUTH AND ACCURACY!

    • Comrade Hney! Did you get the investigation reports from Mathew Innis death? Maybe you did and I will really appreciate you shearing that report with us on this platform. Look Bro. Hney! The concept of investigation is a mind game in sociology considering that, time is being bought at the expense of the angry citizens and most of all the victims families. The longer the investigation takes, slowly people with shot term memories begin to forget and slowly the case fade away and investigation becomes infinity.

      put this to logical understanding and you will soon determined the cause of failed investigations. All the political and elections violence that occurred in Liberia, the police are most of the time on the seen while the perpetrators are at work inflating damages to properties, the cameras are rolling and no one had ever been arrested or charged for anything and investigations are still going on.
      Do you really expect anyone to be arrested or charged, when the police saw nothing, the public saw nothing, there was no cameras rolling during the time these crimes were committed? You do the reasoning and conclude if the investigations will bring anyone to justice considering the both scenarios. So speaking of “wait and see” for investigations to be completed is a very, very long way. I am afraid that, the investigations will continue forever.

    • Ooh comrade Hney! I am very, very sorry for asking you about relevant discussions on Innis death. I don’t find pleasures in capitalizing on others sorrows for public gained but this is the situation we have on hand in Liberia. When one Liberian mourn, we all mourned in spirit because of our close ties of families and friendships that’s intertwined. I meant no harmed or disrespect in any to you bro. Hney just simple discussion on issues that affecting our society. Why should people revert to killing their fellow Liberians in pursuit of what?

      Mr. Hney! If our government cannot weed these killers from amoung us in Liberia, they will killed again and that is the hard facts. How big is Liberia for such a gruesome killings to happen to go unsolved and investigations has become the way out. We all should be very concerned about what is unfolding in Liberia. If we sit mute and don’t react as citizens, these killers will feel very comfortable and who will be next is the million bucks question.

      I just don’t think Mr. Eugene Nagbeh was right to accused the victims families in anyway imaginable. They are very angry and frustrated about their lost, and here he’s talking about them politicizing the situation. No one deserves such treatment in time of bereavement. It is such behaviour from Eugene Nagbeh that is adding fuel to the flames and not our comments. The public is simply reacting to Mr. Nagbeh’s accusations to the victims families. This is sickening and again, I am very sorry if you ever felt offended for me specifically asking you about Mr. Innis death reports. Joe

    • As reported by this news outlet that “the spouses of the victims and others believe that the four were killed in an attempt to destroy evidence that these financial experts might have found to be undermining the country’s Domestic Resource Mobilization efforts“, evaluating such belief, one effortlessly sees that if that may the case, the perpetrator can in no way be the government!

      For the government or any government has the instruments of power and ANY ENTICING WHEREWITHAL to buy the silence of these public servants who are its employees, and ultimately the destruction of any evidence regarding the “undermining the country’s Domestic Resource Mobilization efforts““

      Such instruments of power or enticement can be effected from huge sums of money given to these experts or to promotions and or even very lucrative assignments or positions within government and its several lucrative public corporations!

      “And whether via the prism of epistemology or the social facts thesis of jurisprudence, taking human nature into account, or rationality and human reasoning powers vis a vis the natural phenomena of perceivability and probability, one sees that with such instruments or powers to buy the silence of these underlings or employees, not only this government,, but no government would prefer pointing fingers to having these employees of hers happily look the other way FOREVER!

      So that idea that a government would ever choose such paths knowing that fingers are naturally bound to be pointed at her, when she has the capability to bury or destroy and such evidence with the happy acceptance of its own employees, is simply frivolous and cannot pass the scrutiny of logic, commonsense or conventional wisdom!

      But as we have always argued in such and related matters, such deceptive and wrong conclusion is reached by anyone when he or she allows his or her sensibilities to override his or or her intellect, a situation which betrays the conscience, and ultimately exposes the will to vanity and or any of the negative or counterproductive emotions! CHOOSE REASON! EMOTION IS GENERALLY DECEPTIVE AND MISLEADING!

      Hence the caution..”Love is the Wisdom of the Fool and the Folly of the Wise”!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Domestic Terrorism: Whether Liberians residing abroad, and residents know and realize what is taking place today in Liberia or not, the alleged abduction, torture, and murder in Liberia are and remain a plan and cleverly executed domestic terroristic act. The domestic and terroristic plot to kidnap, torture, and murder Liberians and residents certainly goes far beyond the plot that targeted, kidnapped, tortured, and murdered Mr. Albert K. Peters, Gifty A. Lama, Mr. George Fahnboto, Mr. Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa, and Mathew Innis, all auditors and financial experts working to protect Liberia’s revenues and finances.

    Undeniably, this domestic and terroristic act not only makes Liberia unsafe and insecure. Terrorism, whether discussed and executed locally, domestic terrorism, has the capacity to have far reaching affect, nationally and internationally. The domestic terroristic act has the propensity to have a deep cross-border, regional, and international impact. This is why the international community including the United States, European Union, the United Kingdom, and our partners need not take the light of the unexplained abduction, torture, and murder of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, Mr. Nyesuwa, and Mr. Mathew Innis.

    The Government and people of the United States, the Europeans (EU), the United Kingdom, and other partners of Liberia need to demand that the Government of President George Weah independently, credibly, and transparently investigate and report the cause of death of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, Mr. Nyesuwa and Mr. Mather Innis whose collective and separate deaths appear mysterious and unexplained. Should the cause of the death of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, Mr. Nyesuwa, and Mr. Innis not be independently and credibly established and their killers brought to swift, credible and trusted justice, the international community, the United States, The European Union, and other key partners need to target and place key officials of the Government of Liberia on their No-Fly and Sanction lists.

    The Visa and No-Fly Lists of the United States, the United Kingdom, and the European Union (EU) need to be extended and accompanied by other targeted and internationally imposed sanctions to impact key officials of the George Manneh Weah-led Government. Domestic terrorism and its impact are and remain inimical to international peace, security, and stability. Liberians and residents need not be left alone but assisted by the United States, the United Kingdom, the European Union (EU), and other global partners to target and swiftly eliminate the growth and development of domestic terrorism out of the Republic of Liberia.
    Liberians and supporters of domestic terroristic acts in Liberia are forewarned to act according to the demands of national and international laws respecting Liberia’s domestic and international commitment. Liberians residing in the United States, the United Kingdom, the European Union’s block, and elsewhere are estopped from acting inconsistently to Liberia’s interest and commitment.

    WE DEMAND A FAIR, TRANSPARENT, AND CREDIBLE AUTOPSY REPORT!

  3. They speak of precious lives with total disregard to even the loved ones and parents of the deceased!
    But remember, Mr. Nagbe, there will be a day of reckoning in Liberia one day. There will be a day of accountability in Liberia one day.
    No sins go unpunished under this sun.

    Keep killing people’s children and making stupid politics out of it.
    Your boss Weah told us it was a boyfriend-girlfriend thing. Then your new minister told BBC those people were not auditors. And now you have the guts to come against the bereaved and agonized family members.

    There is time for everything under this sun!

    • Killing is nothing strange to Eugene Nagbe. He’s NPFL’s infamous “dead body collector” who accomplished many missions for Taylor. He needs to take a seat next to Taylor in Durham, UK and just shut up.

      I really don’t see what whole THREE different govts saw in this incompetent man to elevate him to several different ministerial positions and now to Maritime. What does he even know about maritime? Only in Liberia….SMH

  4. Nagbe Linked to Bockarie Death

    Nagbe himself is not free of the activities of the NPFL. In fact, his name surfaced during the war crimes hearing of former President Taylor at The Hague for atrocities committed in neighboring Sierra Leone. It was disclosed during the hearing back in 2008 that it was Nagbe who carried the lifeless and brutally murdered body of Sam Bockarie, alias General Mosquito, a fierce RUF General and that of his family to the Samuel Stryker Funeral Home in Sinkor, Monrovia after he was pitilessly murdered on orders of former President Taylor, by one of this top commanders.

    Nagbe served as chief of staff of former Vice President Moses Blah at the time.

    An affidavit from the Samuel Stryker Funeral Home produced during the hearing stated, “I the undersigned, Jusu Momoh, being duly sworn, depose and state as follows, to wit, one, that during the early part of the year 2003 I was in charge of the Samuel A. Stryker Funeral Services located on Tubman Blvd., Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia, because the proprietor, Executive Officer Mr. Samuel A. Stryker II, had travelled out of the country. That during the period referred to above, one Mr. Eugene Nagbe, then Chief of Office Staff for then Vice President Moses Blah, at about 4:30 p.m., brought three dead bodies in a pickup truck belonging to Vice President Moses Blah, and deposited the same at Samuel A. Stryker Funeral Services.”

    LYNN EUGENE NAGBE, FORMER NPFL REBEL AND SUPPER KILLER!!!

  5. I think Nagbe should rebuke his boo who said “it was boyfriend and girlfriend affairs” rather the other way around… what a shame!

  6. I think Nagbe should rebuke his bosswho said “it was boyfriend and girlfriend affairs” rather the other way around… what a shame!

  7. Wrong messaging, especially so that Hon. Eugene Nagbe, the new Chairman of the Maritime Commission, isn’t being reassigned from the position of Attorney General or Police Director to be referencing ongoing murder investigations in his farewell address. Needless to say that family members of murdered deceased in the U.S and elsewhere not only usually express frustration with police investigations, but sometimes hire private detectives to emphasize their dissatisfaction with lack of results. Eugene has been in the political game for long to know his remarks were insensitive and offensive, thus deserve an apology. For heaven’s sake, politicians should be making friends, not increasing foes.

    Moreover, autopsy reports don’t necessarily lead to killers. Other tools include analyzing telecommunications traffic, effective scene of crime trace investigations which result in finding witnesses, murder weapons, and retrieving of fingerprints, footprints, shoe prints, tire marks, etc. Since reportedly the scenes of crimes were compromised, the best outlook for solving these cases is information which could be got through offer of a reward, for example, US $10,000. Or through confession of a culprit betrayed by a confidante; otherwise not even the FBI could be of much help.

    • Taking into account THE CONTEXT and saying it as it is, IS ABSOLUTELY NO ACT NOR OMISSION ligated to “indifference“ nor “insensitivity“ towards grief stricken families been deliberately wrongly informed by a news outlet hellbent on feeding its spread of CONFIRMATION BIAS!

      In fact, an outgoing Minister of Information saying it as it is and not been machiavelian (as some seem to suggest), but rather been honest and professional as is required and authorized by the Liberian Constitution and the core key principles of journalism (eg. truth and accuracy)! And this is exactly what the outgoing minister asserted and demonstrated!

      Yes, to entertain the belief for even a moment that there may be somethings or some happenings in government which may not be POLITICAL or shall not be POLITICIZED, is like believing a given opposition or its paid to play politicized journalism shall truly disseminate THE INTENT OR SPIRIT of a given message from the very government of the masses which recently and humiliatingly trashed the elites and the very opposition in a free and fair election.. But to expect or wish a minister of information to bury or even conceal the truth for the sake of been political, is extremely deceptive and diabolical, and contrary to truth and accuracy, and the spirit and letter of Article 15 of the Liberian Constitution!

      Hence, what may actually be needed to debunk the opposition paid to play politicized journalism and its diabolical disinformation by the given news outlet is APPROPRIATELY,,CONSTITUTIONALLY, MORALLY, AND JURISPRUDENTIALLY, CLARIFICATION and NOT “apology“!

      For

      (1) besides THE INTENT OR THE SPIRIT of the message of the minister been deliberately, diabolically AND teleologically MISCONSTRUED by the news outlet to feed its spread of CONFIRMATION BIAS, especially in such a matter as this, in which most people have no knowledge nor the inclination to assimilate that contrary to unfortunate popular belief, the incumbent government IS NOT the perpetrator, but MAY rather be other actors from within the opposition, etc. etc. to give the government a bad public image .,It..

      (2) beats the imagination and indeed shocks the conscience that based on THE EXPECTED OR OBVIOUS emotional reactions from the pinnacle of power (as was seen in the President’s initial reaction misconstrued), and those of the grief stricken families, and the public at large, an outgoing Minister of Information, some would suggest that an outgoing Minister of Information should..

      (3) disregard TRUTH AND ACCURACY (core key principles of journalism) and sacrifice the peoples right to know viz what is happening, simply because such a constitutional right,, power,, duty, and task asserted and demonstrated by the Minister, may not take the politically manipulative path, but rather debunks the news outlet’s YELLOW JOURNALISM and , tabloid like dissemination and confirmation bias!

    • Mr. SGM,

      Well said, Sir. In these trying times, we need voice of reason. Most times, you are objective in your analysis.

      There are some on this forum who lashes out when this government is criticized in any way, shape, or form. That is a sad thing. I personally do not think that GMW is in the know of what happened to the LRA workers. people in his government could be in the know. hopefully, time will tell us.

      The way the situation is being handled is what is frustrating the family and the public at large. Like you rightly stated earlier, it matters not if the deceased were auditors, but that their violent deaths should be thoroughly investigated and the killers brought to books.

      Tongues will stop wagging if the police is open and transparent in their investigation, but, alas, they are not and so, tongues will wag continuously.

      when President Weah alluded to the murders as “boyfriend and girlfriend thing”, the nation was stunned and hence, the severe criticism. he misspoke and that was a lapse in judgement. People misspeak all the time. No big deal, but he is the President and i think that he should have apologize. But, he is the President and he can do what he wants.

      We will have to take caution in our tongues and wait and see what the investigation what bring..

  8. Only here in Liberia (and of course a bunch of similar “Plantain Republics”) , where you could make such inconsiderate remarks to families in mourning due to mysterious deaths of national concern and yet continue in your function as a public officer without being pressured to resign or get fired. The level of immunity for “people in government” ( that’s what they are , people in government, there is no government in them) in Liberia exceeds by far immunities enjoyed by diplomats. This man does not understand the grief these families are going through. What a “Plantain Republic” we live in! It’s time we turn the tables around and hold them to task for their every action!

    Regarding the investigation, like I stated from day 1, there is very little that can be done by autopsy. I don’t know how far they have gone with the investigations but I hope the digital tracks or some information with lead us to the perpetrators.

  9. His eyes deep way in his sockets telling the real truth about Eugene Nagbe, Dead Man Walking . Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ! Dead Man Walking. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha !

  10. The statement from Eugene is just irresponsible and can only add to lack of trust in the government in handling what is clearly a sensitive matter. I wonder if he has a family. Clearly Eugene’s statement points to the need for psychological assessment of his lack of empathy. If you had demonstrated competency in your role, the family would not question the integrity of your investigation. Remember, unlike you these are great country man and woman who died in ensuring that Liberia is a better place for all Liberians and residents.

  11. Comrade Joe Akoi,
    No. I didn’t get any report from Matthew Innis’ death. I wasn’t expecting any report neither did anyone tell me to expect a report.

    Joe, like you and every patriotic Liberian, I am saddened about the passing of the four middle-level Liberians. My heart goes out to the loving families of the dead.

    I don’t think it makes sense for any of us to politicize or propagandize the deaths of the fallen Liberians. Yet it seems that some people are exploiting the issue for their own self-interest. Let me tell you the truth. I am no longer interested in making comments about the dead patriotic Liberians. I don’t want anyone to think negatively of me. I don’t want anyone to misconstrue me.

    Frankly Joe, I do not appreciate you asking me if I got a report from Innis’ death. I don’t know who Innis’ was.

    As always, peace.

  12. Sometimes we Liberians turn Logic on its head; imagine Hon Eugene Nagbe is railing against agonized relatives of murdered auditors for supposedly “politicizing” their deaths. Ironically, the most likely motive for killing them was political by individuals who want to run this government out of town. Perhaps, if the powers-that-be talk less, and think more, they would focus on solving these crimes, or otherwise precipitate public backlash and international condemnation. As an advocate for stability, I must remind folks that public safety in a multiparty democracy is a constitutional responsibility of government: No kidding!

  13. Okay Brother Akoi,
    I don’t keep grudges. So, let’s move on. I have always said it and I’ll say it once again…..I am unhappy with the way in which the killings occurred.

    Personally, I cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt as to whether the killings were intentional or coincidental. Frankly, no one knows what happened or how it happened at this point. All we have to do is to hope and pray for the truth to be uncovered. If any perpetrators are nabbed after the investigation concludes, a harsh punishment should follow.

    I totally agree with you. Whenever something like this occurs, we come together. Yes, we have the moral fortitude to be concerned. My point is that as we pursue the truth, we should not preempt the investigators by pointing fingers.
    Hope you are well. May God bless Liberia.

  14. Honey, Mae Moore, Garsuah Gbovlehn, and Seibo Dortu Doe, the so-called True Nationalist, and all other people like them, are merely blind and heartless supporters praise-singers of Mr. George Manneh Weah and his highly challenged Government. Mr. Albert K. Peters, Mrs. Gifty A. Lama, George F. Fahnboto, Mr. Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa, and Mr. Mathew Innis are not the relatives of these callous and depraved people. So Mae Moore, Garsuah Gbovlehn, Seibo Dortu Doe, AKA True Nationalist, and others like them can come to this public space, write and publish absolute NONSENSE! The stressful and agonizing thing is this: Liberia as a Republic irrefutably has no trusted system and reliable institution. So there will always be mysterious and unexplained murders that will always take hold of and denominated life in Liberia.

    If Liberia as Republic had a trusted and independent system and institution in place that Liberians and residents could trust and contingent on trusting the police, prosecutors and courts of Liberia, and if the Legislative, Executive, and Judiciary branch of the Government of Liberia were genuinely separate and distinct, but co-equal branches of the Government of Liberia, and if Liberia and residents could trust the police, prosecutors, and the courts, and if the Judges and Justices of the Subordinate and Supreme Courts of Liberia weren’t so genuinely fearful and thoughtful of their lives to be taken by mysterious and unexplained deaths, and if our courts and judges could entertain cases and separately render fair and credible opinions—opinions that are independent and trusted in the absence of being influenced and interfered with by the Weah-led Government and senior officials of the Executive branch of the Government of Liberia, and if Liberia and residents weren’t so traumatized and fearful for their lives today, then family members of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, Mr. Nyesuwa and Mr. Innis, all auditors and financial experts working to protect and secure the finances of Liberia, they could sue Mr. Weah and his Government in Action of Damages for Wrongful Death or Breach of Contract because they failed to secure and protect residents.

    The bereaved families could separately recover against the Weah-led Government for failure to defend, secure, and protect their deceased relatives and family members. When Mr. George Manneh Weah and his Government campaigned for and solicited the Liberian people’s votes, they and their Government promised, contracted, and committed to defending, securing, and protecting Liberia’s citizens and residents. The mysterious and unexplained abduction, torture, and murder of Mr. Albert K. Peter, Mrs. Gifty A. Lama, Mr. George F. Fahnboto, Mr. Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa, and Mr. Mathew Innis in Liberia and under the presidency and watch of Mr. George Manneh Weah and his Government, amounts to a breach of the contract that President Weah and his Government made and executed with Liberia and its people.

    If Mr. Weah and his Government had upheld and lived up to the contract and commitment made with Liberia and its people, Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, Mr. Nyesuwa, and Mr. Innis would not have died mysterious and unexplained deaths. Since Liberia lacks trusted and credible institutions, the bereaved families of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, Mr. Nyesuwa and Mr. Innis, will get no redress/remedy and the autopsy report will not be credible because the Weah-led Government conducted no crime scene and after the crime scene examinations before the separate autopsies on the Auditors’ bodies. The Government compromised and contaminated the overall criminal investigation by relocating Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, and Mr. Nyesuwa without conducting on the crime scene and after the crime scene examinations to establish the TIME OF DEATH and credible cause of death.

    Under the Law of Medical Jurisprudence, the cause of death cannot possibly and credibly be established when the time of death is not clearly investigated.

    When did Rigor Mortis take hold of and left the bodies of the Auditors and Financial Experts?

  15. We are anxiously awaiting the autopsy report of the Weah-led Government. After Mr. George Manneh Weah and his Government release their Autopsy Report on the bodies of Mr. Albert K. Peters, Mr. Gifty A, Lama, Mr. George F. Fahnboto, and Mr. Emmanuel B. Nyesuwam, we will then write using the Law Medical Jurisprudence to publicly say why the Report cannot remotely be trusted and not credible. Since Mr. Weah and his Government neglected and failed to establish the auditors and financial experts’ time of death, they couldn’t possibly establish their cause of death. The Weah-led government conducted no the crime scene and after the crime examinations before relocating the auditors’ bodies conducting their autopsy.

    • Frederick Jayweh, you just keep quiet after you have been disgraced been incapable of articulating or at least explaining the reason or reasoning behind or supporting your rants on this very matter. You there deceiving yourself about medical law, when you think and reason as a layman.


  16. ”ABSOLUTE DISINFORMATION AND PROPAGANDA INTENDED TO DECEIVE, MISLEAD, AGONIZE AND INCITE AGAINST A GOVERNMENT WHICH DEFEATED THEY AND THEIR PAYMASTERS IN THE RECENT PRESIDENTIAL AND LEGISLATIVE ELECTIONS ..RES IPSA LOQUITOR …THE FACTS SPEAK FOR ITSELF INFRA..

    ”Liberia’s former Information Minister, Lenn Eugene Nagbe, has has rebuked the families of the two deceased LRA employees,In his scathing rebuke, Nagbe,In his rant, Nagbe blasted the families
    ,Nagbe made the outburst yesterday at a farewell ceremony held in his honor at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism, just days after another spin that his successor, Ledgerhood Rennie, placed on the story last week in an interview with the BBC.,Nagbe, a fierce defender of the Weah Administration, during his tenure as minister, also threw jabs at the bereaved family.”

    Mr. Moses, we would have..

    (1) agreed with you here that “ the outgoing Info Min is “railing against agonized relatives of murdered auditors“ logic is been turned on its head“, IF these deaths were carried out by the government whether via accident, error, or a deliberate act. Or

    (2) it weren’t the functions of the Police, and its related security and intelligence and investigation agencies “to talk less, and think more, and focus on solving these crimes“,but rather..

    (3) the responsibility of the Ministry of Information to carry out such “focus on crimes“ tasks and not the Ministry of Information constitutional mandate to ensure steady speedy, accurate, and truthful information to society or the public, especially ..

    (4)amid an unfortunate situation where news out let are hellbent on the pathological dissemination of disinformation that the government is the perpetrator as made manifest in the propagandistic disinformation we have pasted above in quotation…all..

    (5) to deceive, incite, mislead, and give the wrong and false information and impression that the government is the perpetrator of these crimes WHEN AS YOU YOURSELF HAVE RIGHTLY ENVISAGED THAT “Ironically, the most likely motive for killing them was political by individuals who want to run this government out of town.“

    And Moses, I can bet my “everything“ that with my decades of experience working in and with governments and politics in the United States (prior to abandoning my acquired U.S citizenship), Asia, and in the political jungle of Africa, not to talk about opposition elements who have not the popular support of the electorate, but have vowed in their own words to “make this government a one term government“, your hypothesis that “the most likely motive for killing them was political by individuals who want to run this government out of town.“ IS THE UNFORTUNATE REALITY!

    • A non commonplace person is one who wants the rules changed so no one can make a pile the way he did . He has an insatiable curiosity to know everything, except what is worth knowing….A British proverb

      • You seem to take a liking to reading my comments and keep trying hard to counter unsuccessfully. You have definitely been successful in attracting my attention. I will run a cyber background check on you.

        You are leaving me with no doubts that you have a dog in this race. You picked a wrong fight!

  17. Seibo Dortu Doke, AKA True Nationalist, undeniably you, Mr. Hney, Ms. Mae Moore, Garsuah Gbovlehn (PhD), and every other blind supporters and r praise-singers of the highly defied George Manneh Weah-led Government, you and everyone else absolutely know nothing about the Law of Medical Jurisprudence. If anyone of you knew and understood what the Law of Medical Jurisprudence IS, requires and demands when investigating mysterious and unexplained deaths and the impact of the Law of Medical Jurisprudence, you acting on your knowledge and understanding of the Law of Medical Jurisprudence, would have advised and instructed Mr. George Manneh Weah and his Government not to dare relocate the bodies of Mr. Albert K. Peters, Mr. Gifty A. Lama, Mr. George F. Fahnboto and Mr. Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa prior to having a medical examiner first and foremost conducting a on crime scene and after the crime scene, examinations before holding any autopsy on the bodies of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto and Mr. Nyesuwa. Under the Law of Medical Jurisprudence, conducting a crime scene and after a crime scene examination, helps determine:

    1) Whether the Auditors were abducted, transported to an unknown but known location, torture, murdered, and later their bodies dropped off on Snapper Hill, Broad Street, City of Monrovia, Liberia.

    2) Whether strange and explained marks were visible on Auditors and Financial Experts’ bodies that could help to establish whether there were impenetrable attacks on their bodies.

    3) When the Auditors and Financial Experts’ bodies were discovered, whether Rigor Mortis has already taken control of and accordingly left control of their lifeless bodies.

    4) Whether the blood, hair, fiber and other foreign materials from their reported killers bodies could be found on the bodies of the Auditors and Financial Experts to help determine who might murdered them.

    5) Whether the fingernails of the Auditors and other human tissue were clean-up to determine whether their killers’ blood, clothing, hair and human tissue were discovered on the Auditors’ bodies.

    And 6), At what time did Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto and Mr. Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa’ and the other auditors’ legally died, the actual time of death of the Auditors and Financial Experts.

    Consistent with the Law Medical Jurisprudence, Rigor Mortis or the Stiffness of a dead human being, approximately takes control of the dead body of that dead human being at about 2yrs after his/her death and Rigor Mortis, releases control of that body at least with 34 hours. So the Law of Medical Jurisprudence, demands that after a human being body is discovered, a medical examiner must, as a matter of law, must be hired to conduct an on the crime scene and after crime scene examinations. As provided for by the Law of Medical Jurisprudence, the following actions and activities must be conducted on the lifeless body of a dead human being to establish the possible Legal Time of Death and subsequently Legal Cause of Death.

    Seibo Dortu Doe AKA, True Nationalist, you, Garsuah Gbovlehn (PhD), Ms. Mae Moore, and other blind supporters and praise-singers of the George Manneh Weah-led Government, absolutely know and understand nothing about what the Law of Medical Jurisprudence is and what it demanded of Mr. Weah and his Government when it came to conducting an obvious criminal investigation respecting a mysterious and unexplained deaths. At minimum, Mr. Weah and his Government shouldn’t relocated the bodies of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, Mr. Nyesuwa, and may I add, Mr. Mathews Innis, without hiring a medical examiner conduct an on crime scene and after the crime scene examinations. Already, the Government legally and sadly contaminated and compromised the criminal investigation of the Auditors.

    More beside, consistent with Law of Medical Jurisprudence, where the TIME OF DEATH is not estimated or firmly established, it is and rarely remains impossible to conduct a credible autopsy and finally determine the actual CAUSE of DEATH of the victim (s), in this case, the deaths of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto Mr. Nyesuwa. Since Mr. Weah and his Government totally neglected and failed to determine the actual Legal Time of Death of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, and Mr. Nyesuwa before relocating their bodies to the St Moses Funeral Home in Gardnerville, near the City of Monrovia and conducting any autopsy on their distinct bodies of the Auditors is and remains almost impossible for Government to conduct a trusted and credible autopsy.

    The Autopsy Report of the Weah-led Government of President Weah on the four Auditors and Financial Experts, for all intents and purposes missed the mark credibility.

    WE ARE ANXIOUSLY AWAITING THE GOVERNMENT’S AUTOPSY REPORT!

  18. To conduct conduct a transparent, trusted and credible autopsy on a mysterious and unexplained body and credibly establish the Time of Death and Cause of death a medical examiner must be hired to determine:

    1) Whether the Auditors were abducted, transported to an unknown but known location, torture, murdered, and their bodies dropped off on Snapper Hill, Broad Street, City of Monrovia, Liberia.

    2) Whether strange and explained marks were visible on the Auditors and Financial Experts’ bodies that could help to establish whether there were impenetrable attacks on their bodies.

    3) When the Auditors and Financial Experts’ bodies were discovered, whether Rigor (the stiffness of the body) has already taken control of and accordingly left control of their lifeless bodies of the auditors.

    4) Whether the blood, hair, fiber and other foreign materials from their reported killers bodies could be found on the bodies of the Auditors and Financial Experts to help determine who might have murdered them.

    5) Whether the fingernails of the Auditors were and other human tissue were clean-up to determine whether their killers’ blood, clothing, hair and human objects were discovered on the Auditors’ bodies.

    And 6), At what time did Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto and Mr. Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa’ and the other auditors’ legally died and what were the actual time of death of the Auditors and Financial Experts

    Since and because the Weah-led Government neglected to have any of the following done, its Autopsy cannot be trusted and credible..

  19. Mr. True Nationalist,

    you really got me laughing hard tonight. Not as hard as James Davies, but laughing nonetheless.

    your comment, “prior to abandoning my acquired U.S. Citizenship is what got me laughing hard.. Like we say here in Liberia, “you follor it. how does that interest us?

    you still on TPS, so find somewhere to sit down and leave us with your status issue.

    Good night.

    • Arthur, If I were on your so called TPS, I would not be a die hard and vehemently resistant opponent of dual citizenship. I DROP that US citizenship because I had absolutely no need for it any longer. Arthur, my mention of that immigration status was simply an indication as to how or why I was able to serve within the bureaucratic politics of the United States as a bureaucrat, public servant, and foreign service officer decades ago..

      Lastly, the last time I counselled you to think as a philosopher or at least a social scientist, and you will not just jump to conclusion. Know this henceforth that not every Liberian or African non resident in Liberia or resident in Liberia or a part of Africa is interested or is obsessed with the acquisition of U.S. citizenship. I am too old to run behind any citizenship anywhere in the west or anywhere within the rest.

  20. Eugene Nagbe will do anything to keep his job and endear himself to Weah. Eugene will die! Liar!!!!

    Tweah (aka True Nationalist) and McGill will die!!! They stole our party.

  21. Samuel D. Tweah, Liberia’s Minister of Finance and Development, AKA, True Nationalist, FrontPage Africa Reports that Norris Tweah, your brother, is the last person that called Mr. Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa ‘s phone at 1:30 A.M on Saturday, Oct 10, 2020, before he met his mysterious and unexplained death.

    Why has the Liberian National Police (LNP) not arrested Norris Tweah for his alleged involvement in the death of Mr. Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa?

    Samuel D. Tweah, AKA, True Nationalist are you and Norris Tweah, brother, a part of Mr. George M. Weah’s Death Squad?

    • If your insinuation that True Nationalist, aka Dortu Siboe Doe, is actually Liberia’s Finance Minister Samuel D. Tweah, then I must really LOL……hahahahahaha, in my James Davis voice. I was an underclassman when Tweah was a senior. He was all HOT AIR, braggadocious, loud-mouthed, and a know-it-all who massively lost to Augustine Ngafuan’s SUP.

      Your boy Tweah claimed to be so smart and bragged about it under the Palaver Hut regularly as spectators watched, mesmerized and awestruck by the bundle of brilliance that spoke at the podium. Hahahaha. The truth, we would later learn, is that Boima Kamara was actually “the main man”. He was way smarter and humbler than loud-mouth Tweah. (BK graduated summa cum laude to Tweah’s magna cum laude….for nothing big mouth).

      Samuel D. Tweah, aka Talking Tom aka Prisca Paul (on Face Book), aka $25 Million Mop-up Money eater, aka Dortu Siboe Doe (on Frontpage Africa and LiberianObserver), aka the Prime Suspect in the murders of Liberian Auditors, would later matriculate to George Washington University upon his graduation from UL but would fail terribly and drop out (because he couldn’t “cut it” in a real school). He would eventually end up driving trucks for a living in Minnesota, USA.

      Fast forward to 2017, he would surface as “Finance Minister” in Jorweah’s inept govt. Now you see why Liberia is more messed up as it is now? Do you see why our economy is experiencing negative growth and has gotten even worse than its predecessors? As long as incompetent, inept, and corrupt Liberians like True Nationalist aka Samuel Tweah sit at the helm of power in Liberia, we are doomed.

      Hurry up 2023, so we can remove these incompetent CDCians from power. Liberia deserves better.

  22. Cllr. Jayweh,
    In one of your provocative posts, (see above) you list the following person’s as follows:

    Honey, Mae Moore, Garswah Gbolvlehn and Seibo Dortu Doe as being one and the same. Who the hell are you referring to as “Honey”?
    Cllr. Jayweh, you ought to be ashamed of yourself. Secondly, it’s about time that you had brought yourself to learn how to rise above pettiness. There’s too much hot air in you, Mr. Jayweh. Burst the bubble of anger in you and make yourself available to serve your country in a professional manner. Desist from being so upset. Get out of the groove of vexation.

    I have not made a negative comment regarding the horrendous killings of the four Liberian auditors. Why? Because there’s no reason to. Also, the president had said that outside investigators (possibly the US and others) will definitely be brought in to help determine what caused the untimely deaths of mid-level Liberian auditors. The call to investigate is as clear as water! As patriotic citizens, our best course of action is to wait and hope for the very best to come.

    There’s no Liberian who takes an opposite view from yours. Every Liberian colleague I have spoken to regarding the four mysterious deaths of our fellow countrymen agrees that something has to happen. So what sense does it make for you to refer to some of us as “praise-singers” of Weah? What’s the connection? Are you trying to incite violence? Or is it an egregious attempt on your part to say that we are supportive of the way in which the four mid-level Liberians died? I still believe that it’s in your best interest to build a bridge of understanding, cooperation and respect. Calm yourself down, cllr. Jayweh!

    Area of Disagreement……
    At one particular time, you wrote by saying that Liberia is a country of men, but not a country of laws as it once was. I countered your argument by saying that in my view, Liberia has always been a country of men. I totally agree that Liberia should be run as a country of laws! What you should understand is that before Weah became president, Liberia was run as a country of men!!!
    Question…….In your view, did Tubman, Tolbert, Doe and Taylor govern Liberia as a country of laws?

    I have a right to disagree with you on logical grounds. That’s exactly what I did. Somehow, you are furious because we’ve got a disagreement.

    Lastly, I consider myself a sympathizer of Weah than a “praise-singer”. There’s a difference. I am not a praise-singer because I am not a slouch. Weah is human. Weah makes mistakes like all human beings! A bandit will sing praises of a leader. A praise-singer is a bandit who will not see the frailty of a leader. Therefore, being a “praise-singer” does not describe me or those with whom I have been lumped disrespectfully.

    I’m a sympathizer because I understand what he goes through! Weah came to power when the country’s economy was in the tank. As we reel through thick and thin, I don’t think a Weah condemnation by me , you and others, is being more patriotic than being a sympathizer. It will take some painful time in order for an improvement to be seen economically. But we will eventually get there.

    Peace

  23. The word “persons” in the first sentence shouldn’t be followed by an apostrophe. In the other words, it should persons……not person’s.

  24. Hney, Mae Moore, Garsuah Gbovlehn, and Seibo Dortu Doe, the so-called True Nationalist, and all other people like them, are merely blind and callous supporters and praise-singers of Mr. George Manneh Weah and his highly challenged Government. Mr. Albert K. Peters, Mrs. Gifty A. Lama, George F. Fahnboto, Mr. Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa, and Mr. Mathew Innis are not the relatives of these cold-hearted and depraved people. So Mr. Hney, Mae Moore, Garsuah Gbovlehn, Seibo Dortu Doe, AKA True Nationalist, and others like them can come to this public space, write and publish total NONSENSE! The stressful and agonizing thing is this: Liberia as a Republic irrefutably has no trusted system and reliable institution. So there will always be mysterious and unexplained murders that will always take hold and denominate life in Liberia.

    If Liberia as Republic had at least a trusted and independent system and institution in place that Liberians and residents could trust and contingent on trusting the police, prosecutors, and courts of Liberia, and if the Legislative, Executive, and Judiciary branch of the Government of Liberia were genuinely separate and distinct, but co-equal branches of the Government of Liberia, and if the Liberia and residents could trust the police, prosecutors, and the courts, and if the Judges and Justices of the Subordinate and Supreme Courts of Liberia weren’t so genuinely fearful and solicitous of their lives to be taken by mysterious and unexplained killers, and if our courts and judges could entertain cases and separately render fair and credible opinions—opinions that are independent and trusted in the absence of being influenced and interfered with by the Weah-led Government and senior officials of the Executive branch of the Government of Liberia, and if Liberia and residents weren’t so traumatized and fearful for their lives, then family members of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, Mr. Nyesuwa and Mr. Innis, all auditors and financial experts working to protect and secure Liberia’s revenues and finances, could have the nerve to sue Mr. Weah-led Government in
    Action of Damages for Wrongful Death or Breach of Contract and accordingly recover.

    The grieving family members of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, Mr. Nyesuwa and Mathew Innis, could dare take the chance to separately and collectively sue Mr. Weah and his Government and recover against them for failure to defend, secure, and protect their deceased family members. When Mr. George Manneh Weah and his Government campaigned for and solicited the Liberians people’s votes, they and their Government promised, committed, contracted to defend, secure, and protect Liberia’s citizens and residents. Mr. Weah and his Government totally committed to protect life and property. Today, they have brazenly and failed to do so. The mysterious and unexplained abduction, torture, and murder of Mr. Albert K. Peter, Mrs. Gifty A. Lama, Mr. George F. Fahnboto, Mr. Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa, and Mr. Mathew Innis in Liberia have proved the Weah-led Government ineptitude and incapability.

    If Mr. Weah and his Government had upheld and lived up to the contract and commitment they made with Liberia and our people, Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, Mr. Nyesuwa, and Mr. Innis would not have died mysterious and unexplained deaths. Since Liberia lacks trusted and credible institutions, the bereaved families of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto, and Mr. Nyesuwa and Innis will get no redress or remedy, and their autopsy report will not be credible because the Weah-led Government conducted no crime and after the crime scene examinations before their desperate and disjointed autopsies on the deceased bodies. The Government compromised and contaminated the overall criminal investigation by relocating the bodies of Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Lama, Mr. Fahnboto and Mr. Nyesuwa and Mr. Mathew Innis.
    Consistent with the Law of Medical Jurisprudence, to conduct and autopsy to finally establish the cause of death of a human being anywhere, the Government was under the obligation to hire a medical examiner to determine:

    1) Whether the Auditors were abducted, transported to an unknown but known location, torture, murdered, and their bodies dropped off on Snapper Hill, Broad Street, City of Monrovia, Liberia.

    2) Whether strange and explained marks were visible on Auditors and Financial Experts’ bodies that could help sustain and establish whether there were impenetrable attacks on their bodies.

    3) When the Auditors and Financial Experts’ bodies were discovered, whether Rigor Mortis has taken hold of and left their lifeless bodies.

    4) Whether the bloodstain, hair, fiber and other foreign materials from their reported killers could be found on the bodies of the Auditors and Financial Experts to help determine cause of death.

    5) Whether the fingernails of the Auditors and other human tissue were clean-up to determine whether the killers’ blood and human tissue were discovered on the bodies of Auditors.

    And 6), At what time did Mr. Peters, Mrs. Lama, Mr. Fahnboto and Mr. Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa died— the Auditors and Financial Expert’s LEGAL TIME OF DEATH.

    The Law of Medical Jurisprudence unequivocally demands that to establish a cause of death, the TIME OF DEATH, must first and foremost be established.

    Mr. Weah and his Government shockingly and inarticulately failed this aspect of the law.

    Where no TIME OF DEATH is established, the CAUSE OF DEATH cannot legally be established

    To act otherwise, makes you and others a cold-hearted praise-singer of the Weah-led Government!

  25. Cllr. Jayweh,
    I do not get into name-calling! If you come up with an intelligent subject that warrants my response, I will fully engage. In the meantime, I have nothing else to say.

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