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Out Robin Mason – in Glenna Thompson

Out Robin Mason – in Glenna Thompson

Desks of Sierra Express Media have information portraying replacement of the Director of Public prosecution (DPP), O Robin-Mason, whose tenure of office ends in the first quarter of 2011.

Robin Mason is reportedly to be replaced by a former Anti Corruption prosecutor Glenna Thompson (in photo).

Glenna served the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) as Head of Intelligence Investigations and Prosecutions.

She is said to have orchestrated the prosecution of some of whom are strong APC politicians.

Facts say Glenna’s appointment makes no doubt in the minds of officials of the judiciary as she is notably the daughter of the President of the Supreme Court of Sierra Leone, Justice Tholla Thompson; the ‘Mr. Fix It Up’ of Sierra Leone’s judiciary.

Glenna’s tenure at the ACC sparked debatesat respective quarters, so to say, high placed offices in Sierra Leone.

News concerning Glenna’s ‘soon to come’ appointment was greeted on one hand with much rejoicing, but on the other in a twisted and unpleasant manner.

Public’s opinion say her appointment is an addendum to her father’s judiciary powers.

That her father who doubles as head of the highest court of this country-  the Supreme Court, seemed be the all and all of Sierra Leone’s judiciary.

It is envisaged though that under Director Mason’s dispensation as head of Public Prosecution, funds provided by the Justice Sector Department, on towards the development and improvement of outdated laws, eradication of over crowded prison yards, delays of court matters, implementation of community policing system and the juvenile laws were injudiciously utilized.

Efforts to reduce crimes, improving case processing, government legal services, human rights etc., went in vain.

It is clear though that the involvement of the office of public prosecution made no good or virtually nothing in relation to the intentions of improving the justice system of Sierra Leone.

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