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You Can’t Harass An Innocent Lady And Plead ‘Not Guilty’: Ghanaians Descend On ‘Stubborn’ Policeman

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The recent circulating news that has sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms is that of a stubborn police Officer who was caught harassing an innocent lady whilst on night duty.

With respect to the unlawful conduct exhibited by the police officer, the Inspector General of police, Dr George Akufo Dampare took the privilege to arrest the prime suspect as he was recently arraigned before court over his crime.

Surprisingly, the prime suspect, Lance Corporal Victor Antwi took the privilege to plead ‘not guilty’ even though he was caught on camera harassing the innocent lady in the circulating video.

With respect to this, the court which was presided over by his Lordship, Eric Denning had no choice but to remand the suspect into police custody to reappear before court on Wednesday, December 1, 2021 for boldly pleading ‘not guilty’ to two charges.

Upon the unexpected response by the stubborn police Officer who boldly harassed an innocent lady whilst on night duty in court popped up, most Ghanaians unexpectedly expressed immense disappointment aside sharing their thoughts and opinions over the alarming issue.

Below is a look at some of the comments that came through as individuals shared their respective opinions and concerns as one of Dampare’s boys boldly pleaded ‘not guilty’ after he was caught harassing an innocent lady on camera.

From the above comments, we can clearly notice that most individuals were undoubtedly disappointed in the prime suspect, Lance Corporal Victor Antwi Yeboah for pleading ‘Not Guilty’ after he was caught harassing an innocent lady at night whilst others stated otherwise.

Do you think the prime suspect who was caught harassing the innocent victim should receive the needed punishment for his crime aside pleading ‘not guilty’ since he already knew the law even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

Let’s know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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