Law and order (57)
The crowd in the hall of Criminal Court “C” roared with joy and happiness when Judge Peter W. Gbeneweleh, one of the most experienced and knowledgeable trial judges of Liberia, ended his Final Judgment with the words: “Wherefore, and in view of the foregoing, Co-Defendants G. Varney Sherman, E.C.B. Jones, Jr., Christopher Onanuga, J. Alex Tyler, Richard Tolbert, Eugene Shannon, Morris Saytumah and Willie Belleh are not guilty of the offenses charged in the indictment.”
The Assets Investigation, Restitution and Recovery Team( AIRReT) has revealed that a total of US$4.6 Billion disappeared from the Liberian economy ten years ago.
The Assigned Circuit Judge Presiding, Peter W. Gbeneweleh, on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 ruled that Co-Defendants G. Varney Sherman, E. C. B Jones, Jr. Christopher Onanuga, J. Alex Tyler, Richard Tolbert, Eugene Shannon, Morris Saytumah and Willie Belleh are not guilty of the offenses charged in the indictment.
The Judge of Criminal Court "C", Peter W. Gbeneweleh, says final judgement in the Sable Mining Cases is assigned on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at 2:00pm.
Liberia’s Solicitor General, Sayma Cyrenius Cephus, has revealed that the total amount to be restituted or recovered for the Government of Liberia(GoL) based on the number of cases and audits conducted is in the tone of US$4 Billion(Four Billion United States Dollars).
The Heritage has reliably learnt that the ongoing audit by the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) into the findings of the General Auditing Commission(GAC) Report on the much publicized US$25 million mop-up exercise conducted by the country’s Technical Economic Management Team (TEMT) is well on course.
As Liberia Thursday, July 11, 2019 joined other African Countries to commemorate the 3rd edition of African Anti- Corruption Day, USAID Mission Director, Dr. Anthony Chan, has stressed the need to foster financial accountability in the reform process of Liberia.
Credible information obtained by the Independent Authoritative Heritage has unraveled how the Minister of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP), Mr. Samuel Tweah, Jr. had engaged James Larmin Korboi, the purported investor back in July of last year via email correspondence and after several discussions back then, he released the country’s swift code which made it possible for the suspect and his cohorts to attempt the stealing.