Scott, a licensed lawyer, accused individuals with a calculated agenda of attempting to destroy both her and her family. Justice Scott claimed that the government showed no interest in finding Charloe’s murderer but instead preconceived and premeditated charges against her from the very day of the murder. Scott and her family members entering their pleas at Criminal Court ‘A’ in the Temple of Justice. They allegedly inflicted several bodily injuries on Charloe Musu, leading to her death and violating the penal laws of Liberia. The case is set to continue on Friday, November 17, 2023, with the State cross-examining the former Chief Justice.
Source: Front Page Africa November 17, 2023 20:51 UTC