“We Want Justice for Princess”

MONROVIA-The grounds of the Capitol Building were the scene of scores of Liberians who stormed yard calling for justice for the death of Princess Cooper.

The protest took place at March 28, 2022 when a group of men reportedly gang-raped 23 year old woman in Gardnerville.

The protesters carried placards in their hands with inscriptions “we want justice for Princess Cooper. The government needs to do something about unresolved death cases.”

They were in black clothing to highlight what they called, “Black Monday”

As they match on the grounds of the Capitol, the justice campaigners called on the Liberian government to speedily investigate the killing of Princess and bring the perpetrator(s) to justice.

The campaigners said there are many deaths that have occurred in Liberia with some having no conclusion as the police continue to investigate the same forever.

It can be recorded that Princess Cooper’s lifeless body was uncovered in a fence situated in the ELWA Community in Paynesville.

Images posted on social media minutes after the discovery of the body showed the late Princess laying on her face with blood on the walls of the fence and ground.

The issue was reported to the Liberia National Police who have said preliminary instigation into the matter has not discovered any found play in the death of the princess.

Police Spokesperson, Moses Carter said the LNP is still investigating the matter and will inform the police about any wrongdoing when it is established by the investigation.

Since the preliminary investigative report was released by the police, they have received public outcry saying” the thing is clear that the lady was killed so what kind of investigation do they need now?”

Many have called for all of the occupants of the fence where the incident occurred be taken for questioning.

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