Byron Tarr’s older brother Phillip Tarr and I graduated Bassa High School together in 1960. Somehow, our paths diverged and the younger Byron entered my orbit in the late 60s.
Political pundit and writer, Tewroh Wehton Sungbeh, has followed up on his first book, as he published his second this summer. Aptly titled, the name of the book is a forerunner of what to expect in these pages.
Over the past decade, the Liberian government has often spent tens of thousands of dollars in fees in each high-profile case of mysterious death. The frequency of these cases has often elicited the question of why Liberia does not have locally-based pathologists.
Activist Vandalark Patricks has been “called in” for questioning by the Liberia National Police regarding statements he made against President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, amid claims by supporters and onlookers that he was arrested.
The advocacy group, Campaigners for Change, has threatened a mass protest against the government of Liberia on March 11th.