Citizens United Against Secret Killings Complains To International Community

Mrs. Faith Eraley addressing reporters on the grounds of the United States Embassy

Dozens of Liberians under the banner ‘Citizens United Against Secret Killings’  last week walked to the United States embassy near Monrovia  to complain their anger against the Liberian Government for its failure to bring to justice those reportedly linked to the wanton killing of Liberians over the years without redress from the Liberian government.

Expressing herself angrily, the widow of the Executive Protection Service (EPS) officer, Melvin Earley who reportedly shot himself three times in the head   in Tappita, Nimba County amid President George M. Weah’s maiden County tour in that part of the country has questioned the Liberian government for not bringing those allegedly linked to the killing of her husband to justice.

Speaking to reporters on the grounds of the United States embassy, Mrs. Futhfina  Early publicly denounced report that her husband shot himself in the head three times, and further questioned the Liberian government to publicly announce to the public as to what actually led to the death of her husband, “I refused to believed that my husband killed himself; it is very hard to believe,” Mrs. Earley in tears told reporters.

The late EPS officer, Melvin Earley

Speaking further Mrs. Earley said, “I need justice for my husband, I need justice for my husband; I trust in God that my husband did not kill himself, I need the evidence that my husband killed himself,” Mrs. Earley  in tears explained to journalists.

The group that organized the protest also questioned the George Weah-led government and other successive governments to explain the wanton killing of innocent Liberians including the late Harry Greaves, former Liberia Petroleum Refinery Company or LPRC Managing Director who was found dead on the beach behind the fence of the Executive Mansion grounds during the reign of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and others.

According to preliminary reports, the long serving EPS agent shot himself at about 06:03 a.m. on Friday, February 19, 2021. He was on duty during time of the incident, according to the statement issued.

Prior to the mysteriously death of the EPS officer in Nimba County, four Liberian auditors died mysteriously with their suspicious deaths of four public-sector internal auditors in Liberia, many are still wondering as to what actually led to their deaths.

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