State Prosecutors have presented photo copies of several Facebook and chat room posts as evidence in their desperate attempt to establish that the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) framework document was altered by the Alternative National Congress (ANC).
State Witness, Theodore Momo, Chairman of the All Liberian Party of Mr. Benoni Urey said the Facebook and chat room posts point to admissions by the ANC leadership that the CPP document were altered.
ANC has persistently rejected the allegation that it altered the CPP document during its eight months Chairmanship.
Several other documents were submitted by state Prosecutors as evidence amidst numerous objections by the ANC Lawyers being tried by the Monrovia City Court at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia.
The trial involving the ANC leadership including its political leader, Chairman and Secretary-general is expected to be the longest trial as State Prosecutors have given notice of citing several lawyers and officials of the ALP to testify in the trial.
During the trial, State Prosecutors have demanded by law, that the three accused ANC leaders are to be present in court at all time during the trial.
Meanwhile, the trial has been postponed for hearing on Monday, March 7, 2022.