For Robbery, Marijuana Sale, Cocaine Possession, Among  Others, 35 Liberians Deported To Liberia


The Liberia Immigration Service has disclosed the deportation  of thirty five Liberians in the Country.

The 35 Liberians all males touched down at the Roberts International Airport on a charter flight on Wednesday.

According to the Press and Public Affairs Director of the (LIS) Abraham Dolley the deported Liberians marked the second batch of deportees to arrive on home soul since its recent pronouncement to the Liberian people.

In an interview with this station Mr. Dolley named some of the crimes committed by the deportees while in the United States of America as: Aggravated Assault, Weapon possession, Robbery, Marijuana-Sale, Cruelty and resistance of officer’s arrest.

Others are: Harassment of Public Officials, Drug Driving and many others.

The LIS spokesman told reporters that in keeping with best practices, deportees who committed major crimes to include: Illegal Possession of Arms, Robbery, Burglary and many others were taken to the Liberia National Police to do finger print as well as the preparation of statement and will be closely monitor while those who committed minor crimes were presented to their family members, relatives and friends.

It can be recalled recent that about seven deportees arrived in Liberia from the United States of America also through a charter flight with minor crimes ranging from drunk driving, assault and many others and were turned over to their families.

Deportation of  Liberians  from the United States of America to their home Land, Liberia is not a strange phenomenal in the Country as the deported Liberians after a period later on get readjusted into their Mother Land and begin life, however the people who they life with in their respective communities get frighting with their presence due to some of the major crimes they committed  while in the USA, something that calls for more security vigilance to ensure the safety of all.