"If alive, Charloe Would Be Graduating" Former Chief Justice Scott Sobs Over Daughter's Death
MONROVIA: The former chief justice of Liberia Cllr Gloria Musu-Scott and three others charged with the death of their relative were seen in agony upon hearing that her daughter Charloe who was stabbed to death, graduation ceremony.
According to our Judicial reporter, defendant Musu Scott and her co-defendants broke down in tears, saying "If Charloe would have been alive, my daughter was to be part of this ceremony."
The victim Charloe Musu before her demise was a graduating senior student at Starz University located in Sinkor Monrovia. At the time she was reading Information Technology in the school.
During the early morning hours of February 23, Liberians woke up to the terrifying news that the home of former chief justice Gloria Musu-Scott was allegedly attacked by armed men, leaving her foster daughter identified as Charloe Musu, a graduating student of Starz University dead and another identified as Alice Johnson, critically injured.
The incident occurred on February 22, around 9-10 pm at their Brewerville residence in Lower Virginia. The two victims were allegedly stabbed leading to Charloe's death. Her four relatives were charged on allegations of murder, criminal conspiracy, and raising false alarm to law enforcement officers, which they are facing trial for in criminal court "A"
On November 22, upon receiving the Information that the Starz University graduation program was scheduled for November 22, the former chief justice in agony and with tears rolling down her cheeks said the unknown killer was wicked for murdering Charloe who she said was to be part of the school's ceremony.
“God Charloe's Name is been called to receive her degree but she has been cut up in the funeral home while her friends are graduating, please help fight her battle, God.” Cllr Scott added.
However, in line with the university calendar of events on Monday, November 20, was the baccalaureate service, and the graduation program was scheduled for Wednesday, November 22, but was later postponed to December 6, 2023, by the university administration.
She revealed that the late Charloe Musu was innocent and that her death would not go unnoticed as the killer would face the wrath of God.
Lamenting she said: “What kind of wickedness in this country, those that killed my daughter who among her siblings should have been the only person to have a degree was killed just like that?!.”
The former chief justice and three of her relatives are accused of murder, criminal conspiracy, and raising false alarm to law enforcement officers. Their trial has been going on in Criminal Court "A" for the past three months. In the case, the prosecution has produced over eighteen witnesses while the defense is on its fourth witness with more witnesses to testify.
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