in the country; and to further explain his assertion, among other statements, that “if anybody was an enemy to Harry Greaves it was the government”. “Having failed to abide by police’s invitation, a team of police investigators visited Mr. Freeman’s premises to speak with him regarding the ongoing investigation but he was not seen, the MICAT release said. The claims by Mr. Freeman are very grave and as such, the LNP is entreating the matter with the utmost seriousness it deserves. Hence, the Police encourages Mr. Freeman to cooperate fully by turning himself over to the police; and as well calls on those having information regarding Mr. Freeman’s location to contact the nearest police station. “MICAT urges that these investigations ought not to reflect on the enviable record of the Liberian Government in protecting freedom of speech and the press,” the release concluded. In the wake of Freeman being labeled a wanted man, Liberians are concerned that government might be losing the hard earned gains made in promoting freedom of expression in Liberia. “Government should direct its energy to investigating these latest death incidents and allow Freeman to vent his rants. What concerns me most is how bitter we have gotten divided as a people and a country. We all have in one way or other, gotten accustomed to the adversary game they versus us. “The latest Freeman reckless and misguided comments are a clear case that warrants universal condemnation and yet, everyone seems to speak from his vintage point of ‘they versus us’. We need to stop this. Freeman knows his statements were reckless and intended to draw the attention he has now managed to get. We can’t afford anyone to heighten the state of insecurity or fear and it’s our collective responsibility to ensure this doesn’t happen. If the boat rocks, Freeman and the status quo will be out before you know, but the vast majority of our people will remain. It is only fair to condemn his utterances regardless of our political persuasions,” maintains Attorney Lawrence Randall, pursuing post graduate degree in the United States.