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No money no justice in Liberia, report

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Liberia's president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
Liberia's president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

A leading rights group says that corruption is rampant in the Liberian police force. In a new report Human Rights Watch says the government should rein in police abuse before the UN mission in Liberia starts pulling out later this year. Corinne Dufka is the author of No Money, No Justice, which describes the police force's multiple criminal activities. Dufka says that police abuse has far-reaching implications.

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