30 Liberian Nationals Deported
The United States Government has deported thirty (30) Liberian Nationals to their country of origin after being charge and convicted with various crimes.
According to information gathered from the United States Embassy in Monrovia, the deportees were charged with crimes including criminal charge, robbery, burglary, DWI, assault, fraud, aggravated assault, weapon possession, obstruct police, resisting officer, robbery, drug possession, and forgery among others.
Communications dated from the Us Government since January to March 13, 2018 to the Government of Liberia noted as saying that the Embassy of the United States of America present it compliments to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of Liberia (GOL)and has the honor to inform the Government of Liberia of the schedule deportation flight of Liberian nationals from the United States of America.
The Chartered flight operated under the Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) landed at the Robert International Airport (RIA). Writes: Maj. Laurie Massaquoi-Page