Sirleaf’s son charged in Liberia Central Bank probe

The son of former Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Charles Sirleaf, is charged by a Monrovia court along with the former Liberian Central Bank governor Milton Weeks and another senior executives of economic sabotage, misuse of public money property or records, illegal disbursement and expenditure of public money, criminal conspiracy, and criminal facilitation, following a probe into missing banknotes. Two other senior executives who are still at large were also charged. IMAGES of Charles Sirleaf and other central bank officials arriving and leaving court