Former Liberia Chief Justice Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott Narrowly Escaped Death, Daughter Got Killed and Another Wounded

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Monrovia, Liberia: – Reports from Browerville, District 17 Montserrado County says, alleged Armed Robbers reportedly evaded Former Chief Justice of the Republic of Liberia Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott home, killing her daughter and wounding her niece.

The incident is reported to have happened 11PM (Liberia time) February 22, 2023, opposite the Sheriff Gas Station in Browerville.

According to our source, Cllr. Scott daughter was stabbed multiple times to death in the eyes of the other children in the house. The girl was a senior student of Starz College University.

Now Deceased

Our source indicated that Cllr. Scott absconded the scene for fear of her life following the incident.

Few weeks back, Cllr. Scott appeared on a local radio station (OK FM) in Monrovia and alarmed over strange activities at her but sadly the security apparatus of Liberia never took seized of the information.

This is the second time, Armed Robbers have succeeded with the crime. It can be recalled that a week ago, Armed Robbers reportedly burglarized Scott’s home, making away with scores of documents containing the Former Justice’s information.

The repeated action of the Robbers, according to our source, signifies assassination attempts.

No arrest has been made as the Liberia National Police has launched an investigation.

Scores of community dwellers are still in disbelief of the alleged Armed Robbers attacks on Cllr. Scott and children. Currently, there is huge security presence at the home in order to protect the crime scene.

Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott is a Former Senator of Maryland and a Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Republic of Liberia.

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