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THE LIBERIA NATIONAL Police have over time endured the harshest of disparagements for many reasons: poor community engagement, poor crime response, human rights abuses at some point in time, display of unprofessional conducts amongst many other issues citizens see as detestable and unacceptable.


FOR PLACES SUCH as Monrovia, Doe Community, Bushrod Island, Frederick Island (12th Street) Clara Town and so many other communities in and around the city, flood is as perennial as rainy season. However, recent years, especially this 2015, the situation has seemingly reached its pinnacle.


On Sunday, July 26, Nimba County Senator Prince Y. Johnson again slammed the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) in a special Independence Day sermon at his church.


Indeed this glorious land of Liberty that stood on the harsh and fierce front-line against colonialism that led other embattled African countries to be liberated from the inhumane claws of imperialism, is this month July 26, observing its 168th years of existence as an independent republic.


BARELY A WEEK ago, the Standard-bearer of the Liberty Party, Cllr. Charles Brumskine, was furious when quizzed by reporters at the Capitol Building where he visited to meet with lawmakers, including Senators George Weah and Prince Johnson on a possible merger in the impending 2017 general and presidential elections. Henry Karmo, a reporter of the FrontPage Africa newspaper was ascertaining from Cllr. Brumskine the specifics of his visit, since the learned lawyer had chosen to be broad in his chat with newsmen about his visit on Capitol Hill.


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