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A man identified as Garsaynie Saye was allegedly killed by a group of men claiming to be angry crowd for severely wounding a nine month old baby in Grand Bassa County.

According to Marconie David, mother of the nine-month-old baby identified as Prince David, she and her baby went to buy soap in a nearby town for washing when the victim engaged her and told her that she has been very rude in the town.

The incident recently took place in Joe Gray Town in district one in Grand Bassa County. She alleged that victim Saye told her that he would have shown himself to her because he was tired of her rudeness in the town.

“I was on my way to the water side when I saw Garsaynie running to me with the cutlass and started beating me with it, while trying to save myself, he wound my baby and I started yelling; that’s how the townspeople came to help me,” she narrated.

“The townspeople took me and the baby to the hospital for treatment, and what happened behind me I don’t know about it, but later on I saw some boys and the townspeople bringing Garsaynie to the Administrative Building,” Marconie further alleged.

The town chief of Joe Gray told our reporter that Garsaynie, who is believed to be in his early 30s, was allegedly beaten by some boys from the town; something he says led to his death.

“I was very vexed when I heard that those guys allegedly killed Garsaynie and they did not take him to the police,” he also alleged. “Garsaynie had no reason to jump on Marconie, if something happened, he should have told me, see what have happened to him,” the chief noted in tears. The families of the victim could not speak to the press due to their grief-stricken condition. 

So far, eleven persons have been arrested by the Liberia National Police for their allegedly involvement into the killing of victim Saye and are now undergoing police investigations in Grand Bassa County.
Those arrested include Monyou Obey, Papay Cooper, Nyendeh King, Joko Gbaryou, Philip Gbaryou, Ben Momo, Daniel Dennis, Sunnyboy Hardtime Eric Popo and Adam Jimmy.

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