AFL Soldier Guilty for Threatening to Kill June 7 Protesters - News Summed Up

AFL Soldier Guilty for Threatening to Kill June 7 Protesters


Collins’ message, which read: “I will never regret killing anybody on the streets of Monrovia to keep this country safe. Trust me, I will kill you with happiness,” sent a bad signal in a country still considered as a fragile nation. Therefore, he has been subjected to the Disciplinary Board of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL),” a press statement signed by Sam Collins, Defense spokesman said. The nominal mission of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) has historically been to defend and guard the country’s borders, safeguard national security, and protect the population from threat or aggression. By 1984 it was estimated that approximately 300 of the nearly 500 officers in the AFL had been promoted from the enlisted ranks since the coup.


Source: Daily Observer April 17, 2019 02:26 UTC



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