August 24, 2011
by Dwyer Arce
On August 24, 2007, the Liberian Supreme Court ordered former interim President Gyude Bryant to stand trial on embezzlement charges. Bryant was charged in February 2007 with embezzling $1.3 million during his tenure from October 2003 to January 2006. The indictment was based on an audit conducted ...[read more]
May 1, 2011
by Clay Flaherty
On May 1, 2009, the Criminal Court of Liberia acquitted former interim president Gyude Bryant of embezzlement charges stemming from his term in office from October 2003 to January 2006. Before his acquittal, Bryant was arrested to ensure his appearance at the proceedings after his defense team ...[read more]
May 1, 2009
by Adrienne Lester
The Criminal Court in Liberia on Friday acquitted former interim president Gyude Bryant of embezzlement charges. The former leader was charged with the embezzlement of $1.4 million during his interim presidency, which lasted from October 2003 to January 2006. The charges stemmed from an audit ...[read more]
December 7, 2007
by Mike Rosen-Molina
Former interim Liberian President Gyude Bryant was arrested Friday after he failed to appear in court on charges of corruption this week. Bryant was charged in February with embezzling $1.3 million during his tenure from October 2003 until January 2006. The indictment was based on an audit ...[read more]
August 25, 2007
by Bernard Hibbitts
The Liberian Supreme Court ruled Friday that former interim Liberian President Gyude Bryant can stand trial on embezzlement charges. Bryant was charged in February with embezzling $1.3 million during his tenure from October 2003 until January 2006. The indictment was based on an audit conducted by ...[read more]
February 27, 2007
by Lisl Brunner
Charges have been brought against former interim president of Liberia Gyude Bryant for embezzling $1.3 million during his tenure from October 2003 until January 2006, according to a Liberia government statement Tuesday. The indictment was based on an audit conducted by the Economic Community of ...[read more]
September 23, 2004
by D. Wes Rist
Burundi and Liberia have become the 95th and 96th countries to ratify the International Criminal Court treaty (the Rome Statute). The two countries deposited their ratifications during a week-long event focusing on UN treaties in New York. Burundi depositied its ratification on Tuesday and Liberia ...[read more]

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