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Man held for son’s murder

Police here are looking into claims that suspect Marfee G. Musa allegedly murdered his 16 year – old son Marfee G. Musa, Jr., and subsequently buried the deceased without informing the police.

The incident allegedly occurred on 20 November in the 72nd Community of Paynesville at the suspect’s residence.In an interview with the suspect at the Liberia National Police (LNP) headquarters Monday, 3 December, he told journalists that he buried his son before reporting himself to the police.

But he denies killing his son, narrating that he did not also beat on the boy.Suspect Musa on 20 November, he left Marfee at the house with children and gave the deceased a phone for communication because of the.

“So I came back I never saw him. He locked the children up, he went,” Mr. Musa explains.According to him, it did not take long when Marfee returned home. Upon Marfee’s return, Mr. Musa says he asked the victim where he came from.

In response, he says the victim replied that he was beaten by a criminal gang known as “spirit” with whom the deceased was also a friend.Suspect Musa explains that the late Marfee cried that “spirit beat on him,” adding that when day broke, he saw his son dead.

He also denies claim that he escaped after the incident.In another development, police say they are making progress in the investigation involving the alleged secret burial of three bodies by officials of the Abraham Roberts Funeral Home located in Gardnersville.

Suspect Abraham Wenyu, an executive of the Abraham Roberts Funeral Home is being investigated at the LNP headquarters, according to police.Police say they have made contacts with family of the deceased female and they have identified the deceased as Sasanna Kawroteh.

According to police, the other two bodies are skeletons and they have been deposited at the John F. Kennedy Hospital in Sinkor.

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By Winston W. Parley

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