Darius Siryon, The Man Who Cutoff His Friend Tongue During Scuffle Justifies, Describing Act As‘Self-Defense’

By Dyujay Jackson*

The 25-year-old who reportedly cutoff the tongue of Henry Giddings popularly called ‘T-Boy’ during a scuffle recently on the Island Community, Bushrod Island said he did so in what he called ‘Self-defense’, and a complete plot from the victim’s family.

Darius Siryon, speaking on the grounds of the Temple of Justice on Capitol Hill on Monday,  February 28, 2022 said after been forwarded to the Monrovia City Court, he acted in self-defense after been attacked by two men including T.Boy .

He narrated to our judicial correspondent that while making his was him during the night hours the three men attacked him and begin to beat him though making away with his phone and wallet.

He further that during that period two of the suspects ran away living Henry Giddings commonly called T Boy, over him when he begin to truck him , something that brought his entire tongue outside when he cut it off .

Darius Siryon revealed after the accident occur during the night hours he Darius been a law abiding citizen he decided to report himself to the community chairperson for proper redress.

Siryon, dispel rumors in the public that he attempted sodomizing  the victim that resulted to the cutting of the tongue as  false and misleading, adding that he is not a gay and will never be one.

Meanwhile police in Monrovia have investigated charge and sent to court defendant Darius Siryon for the commission of the crimes of Criminal attempt to commit murder, and aggravated assault pending court trial.

The police charge sheet revealed that the arrest was made due to a complaint filed Angeline Peabody, that during a wake keeping the defendant took the victim to a nearby old security boot that is within a fence for reason best known to himself and use his teeth to cut the victim tongue.

The LNP however said the crime committed is in violation of Chapter 14 subchapter A, section 10.1 chapter 14, subchapter “A” section 14.20 of the revised panel code of the republic.

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