Bench Warrant for “Dead” Woman
Magistrate Kamanda of court no. 2 in Freetown has ordered a bench warrant for a purportedly dead accused person Jariatu Bah and her surety. The magistrate gave the order after proving that the allegedly dead accused person is alive and kicking as revealed by a bilingual detective police attached to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) headquarters, Essoh Fayio, who the court sent to the Republic of Guinea to prove the authenticity of a counterfeit death certificate presented to the court in January this year by Defence Counsel. Kamara, Esq.
With the bogus death certificate, Kamara, Esq. tried in vain to convince the court that the accused person had died but the prosecuting counsels, led by Robin Milson Esq, investigated and proved that the accused person is alive and kicking. The controversy between the Defence and the prosecution over the alleged death of the accused caused the court to conduct an independent inquiry by dispatching Detective Police, Fayio, to prove the matter with the Births and Deaths Registry in Guinea Where a the registrar at Kaloum in Conakry, Mr. Fofana, told the police that the death certificate presented to the court, allegedly prepared in Guinea is fake.
Jariatu Bah is the first accused among four other accused persons, Joe Taylor, Amldu Koroma, Sawaneh Sesay Samura and Baimba Sawaneh, all of whom are in court on a two count indictment of conspiracy to commit felony and robbery with violence contrary to the laws of Sierra Leone.
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