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.
The advocacy group, Campaigners for Change, has threatened a mass protest against the government of Liberia on March 11th.
After the release of the autopsy report of Victoria Zayzay contradicted the Liberia National Police’s earlier account of suicide, the Ministry of Justice has announced a second autopsy.
After the long-delayed release of the autopsy report by the Justice Ministry, the cause of death remains a mystery for 21-year old Victoria Zayzay, who died in a police cell in the Hotel Africa community.
MONROVIA, Montserrado – Another civil society institution, Campaigners for Change, has declared support for the Independent Human Rights Investigators on its position in the matters involving the deaths of Victoria Zaza, and Alvin Moses and Ruben Joe.
The parents of 21-year-old Victoria Zayzay who died in police custody have threatened to stage protests if the Liberian government does not release the autopsy report on their daughter’s death before ordering a second autopsy.
The Justice Ministry has yet to release the autopsy report of Victoria Zayzay, who was found dead in police custody.
The parents of a young woman who died in police custody are demanding a full explanation from the government.