Judge Blamo Dixon Presiding Over Alleged ‘Missing LD16 Billion Steps Down

Criminal Court ‘C’ Judge, Blamo Dixon

As Liberians anxiously await the outcome of the reported ‘Missing’ sixteen billion Liberian dollars currently on trial at the Criminal Court ‘C’, the Judge presiding over said case has announced today, September 26, 2019 of his stepping down from presiding over said case.

Speaking further, the Criminal Court ‘C’ Judge Blamo Dixon only said his reason of stepping down from the case is best known to himself.

This latest information released by Judge Dixon of quitting this high profile case has pondered many Liberians as to what led him to have taken such a decision when the issue of the missing sixteen billion Liberian dollars is still on the lips of Liberians.

In March, the Central Bank of Liberia’s former deputy governor for operations, Charles Sirleaf; former executive governor, Milton Weeks; and director for banking, Dorbor Hagba, Richard Walker and Joseph Dennis were indicted for their alleged involvement in printing of excess banknotes.

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