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CDC Pushes For Justice Scott’s Daughter Autopsy… As Party Declares 7-Day Mourning

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By: H. Richard Fallah

MONROVIA: As public anger triggered by the recent macabre killing of Charloe Musu, daughter of former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Liberia, Gloria Musu Scott, spreads like a wildfire, the ruling Coalition For Democratic Change (CDC), has called for the conduct of an autopsy on the remains of the Justice Scott’s daughter, Charloe Musu.

Addressing a crowded news conference at CDC Headquarters on Thursday March 2, 2023, in Congo Town, the ruling party, through its National Chairman, Mulbah K. Morlu, noted that the autopsy will help with ongoing investigation as it relates to bringing the alleged perpetrators of the killing to justice.
Morlu contended that the CDC-led government of Liberia remains unbending in its quest to ensure that justice is served in this matter.
He told the news conference that the CDC-led government will provide support for the conduct of the autopsy where necessary.
The governing CDC, at the same time, has declared a seven (7) day-mourning for Charloe Musu.
Chairman Morlu called on all female CDCians nationwide to observe the mourning which takes effect as of Thursday, March 2, 2023.
The mourning of CDC female partisans as mandated by Chairman Morlu is expected to see all female members dress in black for the period of one (1) week in their respective residential communities across the country.
He also cautioned the mourning female CDCians to use the occasion to express sympathy to the bereaved family and the women of Liberia in general.
According to Morlu, the mourning will be climaxed with a candle night at CDC’s National Headquarters in Congo Town, in pursue for nothing less than justice for the victim.
However, many keen political observers and other analysts are wondering if the latest call for autopsy as initiated by the ruling CDC, rather than the bereaved family, is necessary at this time, especially when factors leading to Charloe’s death reportedly originated from stabbing with a knife several times on her body parts, by suspects who are yet to be identified by police and other criminal investigators.
The death of the late Charloe Musu has been a shock to the entire Liberian nation with chains of civil society, prodemocracy, youth and women groups as well as religious groups, among others vehemently condemning her killing and subsequent prosecution of all those responsible.
Among those who strongly denounced the killing of the graduating university student is Nimba County Senator, Prince Y. Johnson, alias, “PYJ,” who said, such killings and other rights abuses have the potential to trigger another unwarranted civil war in the country and disrupt the country’s peace and democracy.
Senator Johnson called on President George Weah to ensure the full security and protection of all Liberians as citizens are not interested in renewed armed conflict or rebel war in the country, but are rather interested in the attraction of much-needed international investments that will lead to jobs creation and improvement in the socio-economic wellbeing of the citizenry.

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