No males was involve in Charloe Musa death -Liberia’s Chief Pathologists Says


Prosecution 13th Witness, Dr. Benedict Bongolie Kolee, Chief Pathologist of Liberia has testified that the samples collected on the crime scene of the late Charloe Musa show that no males were implicated in the alleged crime that were committed. Testifying on a power point at the criminal court ‘A’, Dr. Kolee said, “At the close of the examination we did execrate study, we wanted to know things that have contributed to this, in my intro, so we took DNA sample where the blood spatter, we wanted to know whether there was a foreign, we also chipped out some of the nails, the samples taken in the room opposite Charlotte Musu’s room and the samples taking from her nails shows mixed DNA profile, all of the other samples were from single source. According to him: “All of the samples taken show an xx sex chromosome, which means the differences between a man and a woman is in our genetic, the way our gen are in us, so human being has 46 chromosome, 23 from our mother, 23 from our father, we the man we have x, y chromosome, so based on that, the concept of sex determination, whether a child is a boy or girl is determine by a man because he has x, y chromosome and when you pregnant your wife and you give her a y, so that DNA findings at least for the purpose of the sample that we took, did not find any man chromosome, there were lot of people involved with this across the world.” He further explained that from the forensic point of view, the test excludes the presence of a mail in the samples that were collected, again from the Forensic point of view, it would never had been of any legal insignificant if the accused person was found in the sample collected because they lived there, their DNA was going to be all over the place. “But the bearing fact that we did not find a male DNA in the collected samples, it significant in the fact that there may not have been a male in the crime that was committed,” Dr. Kolee noted. Dr. Kolee further that the DNA under her finger was mixed and the one in the sink was mixed and so all the persons involved in the samples area were female. He revealed that he did project blood pattern at the entrance of the deceased’s room and within the bathroom of defendant Gloria Musu Scott and he noticed that there were consistent with someone lying on the back. “Secondly, with reference to the dress, if someone was wearing a blouse or dress that was soaked with blood and that person lied on the ground, the dress will not stop the blood markings as showed on the ground. So for, assert that the very fact that I said that there were blood markings on the ground consistent with someone lying in the supine position does not in any way invalidate the statement we made quoting the nurse that the patient Charlotte presented wearing a dress or blouse, depending on how you look at it,” Liberia’s Chief Pathologist explained. By Garmah Never Lomo,

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