Cllr. Musu-Scott Wants Investigation Handle Professionally, Submits to Police Interrogation
Liberia’s former Chief Justice, Cllr. Gloria Musu-Scott said she has not refused to be interrogated by the Liberia National Police (LNP) following the death of her daughter Charloe Musu.
Speaking to a team of reporters at the headquarters of LNP on Friday, Cllr. Musu-Scott said she has been cooperative with the police since the incident occurred but was not informed by LNP for her family to be interviewed. She wants the investigation to be handled professionally.
The Police, in a statement Thursday threatened Cllr. Scott and all occupants including Gertrude Newton, Rebecca Youdeh Wisner, and Alice Johnson to appear at the LNP headquarters for questioning on 3rd, March 2023 at 10 am, and “failure on their part to honor this invitation, the LNP will be left with no option but to take appropriate legal actions through the court of law”.
On February 22, 2023, unknown individuals attacked the home of Cllr. Scott, thereby killing her daughter and injuring other occupants in the home.
Several suspects have distanced themselves.
Cllr. Scott had reportedly raised alarm about the threat to her life but said nothing was done by the LNP till the gruesome murder of her daughter.