As the United Nation mission draws down in Liberia, the safety and security of individual citizens should be a cause of grave concern to law enforcement authorities. Over the last eight years, several eminent individuals in Liberia have either been murdered, or died under unusual circumstances. Given the sparse occurrences of these tragic incidences, most of the high-profile deaths in Liberia have gone unnoticed. Interestingly, these rare tragic passing occurred under the leadership of Africa’s first female president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The latest high-profile death of the former managing director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC), Henry Greaves, shocked the consciousness of the nation. Click here to continue reading.