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Morlu Threatens Police Boss With Lawsuit

Says His Character Is Injured

By Esau J. Farr

The Chairman of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change says he will take a lawsuit action against Police Inspector General, Col. Patrick Sudue.

Mr. Mulbah Morlu said his character was injured by Col. Sudue when IG Sudu reportedly linked he (Morlu) and Montserrado County District number eight (8) Representative, Acarous Moses Gray to the recent flogging of Deputy Police Director for operations, Marvin Sackor near the CDC’s Headquarters in Congo Town.

On Thursday, August 22, 2019 LNP Boss along with other heads of security apparatus appearing in the full Plenary of the Liberian Senate to answer questions on the increasing wave of violence activities in the country linked Chairman Morlu and Rep. Gray to the recent flogging of Director Sackor something the CDC Chairman has denied and called on IG Sudue to retract such statement against him.

The communication to invite all heads of Security apparatus in the country was taking from the back ground of visible increasing wave of violence in the country the latest being the Montserrado County District number 15 electoral violence that led to the injury of several persons with the Police dragging its legs on investigation to serve justice.

But appearing in the Chambers of the Liberian Senate, Police Boss Sudu disclosed that the Police preliminary investigation has revealed that the two CDC stalwarts were linked to the violence that led to the flogging of

Director Sackor.

The statement linking Chairman Morlu and Rep. Gray angered the CDC Chairman and called IG Sudue to retract his statement against him.

But in reaction, the LNP said it stands by the statement and will not retract the statement as it has been demanded by the CDC Chairman.

The ruling CDC has been at the center of electoral violence ever since dating back at her time in the opposition and even in the past and current by-elections since the coming into being of the CDC led government under President George M. Weah.

The causes and or master minders of the Montserrado District number 13, Congo and August 17, 2019 District number 15 electoral violence have all been attributed to stalwarts and some supporters of the ruling CDC something the party has always denied.

Some Liberians responding to the latest stalemate between the LNP and the CDC top guys on local radio stations in Monrovia and its environs criticized the CDC led government of alleged selective justice adding that if it were people from the opposition establishment were said to be implicated for such dangerous security threats on the lives of peaceful Liberians would have warranted their arrest and subsequent imprisonment.

Some of the callers on different radio stations cited the Montserrado County District number 13 Representative by-election and Montserrado County District number 10 Representative, Yekeh Kolubah’s Children Party violence and riot respectively whose reports are yet to be made public and clear to understand who started or carried out the violence or riot.

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