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Suspicious armed men attacked the Headquarters of the Special Presidential Task Force

Boakai Kamara | August 13, 2016 

Suspicious armed men attacked the Headquarters of the Special Presidential Task Force on early Friday morning leaving one of the security guards with minor injuries.
At about 2:45 am on Friday, August 12, 2016, eight men who were dressed in Black outfits; armed with single barrel guns and other deadly weapons broke into the main fence of the building holding the offices of the tripartite body.
The men attempted to penetrate into the premise but were however repelled by the security guards who were on duty.
The evidence Safe situated within the building was not breached as everything remains intact at the Task Force.
Meanwhile, officers at the Liberia National Police (LNP) have launched a forensic probe into the matter.


  1. What did these bartered need again. After killing thousands of innocent lives in an unfogetable suffering years? Come fellow Liberians we have got to pass this level. We shouldn't be thinking about that, what we should be focusing is peace, unity and prosperity.Enfact let all drop out arms and embraced tools to rebuilt our mother land. Sweet Liberia. God bless.

  2. This should be thoroughly investigated! Wondering if we have the forensic expertise. We need a biometric database of all the citizens and visitors in Liberia.

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