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  • The story behind William’s death in Maryland County

Since the sad death of Mr. Nathaniel Z. Williams, whose wife in Maryland County is said to have killed him by squeezing his testicles or seeds, social media has been full of different versions of the story and sarcasms.

Testicles, also called testes or balls, are oval-shaped organs that sit in a sac that hangs behind the penis. The main jobs of the testicles are to make sperm and produce testosterone. Testosterone is the male hormone that’s responsible for the changes that occur during puberty.

Some of the sources insinuated that Josephine Diabeh, the suspect, squeezed her victim, Mr. Nathaniel Williams’s balls, till he died.

According to the medical report and family sources, Williams suffered from multiple bodily pains and bruised testicles as well as a fractured spinal cord.

After Mr. Williams’ death, a close relative revealed that Ms. Diabeh and their younger brother were involved in a violent altercation, which allegedly led to his hospitalization on October 18 and his subsequent death.

According to the accounts of a few relatives, the widow had a consistent pattern of beating their brother.

A relative relates: “I came from River Gee County, Gbepo Karweaken, on Thursday and was given kola when I arrived at the residence in the afternoon. But following the kola ceremony, because they cannot give kola to people in the evening, we laughed about it; however, later that same day, confusion arose between our brother and his wife.

The male relative also stated that the couple’s dispute began when their deceased brother claimed his wife was having an affair with a community member.

He stated that following the allegation, he explained to the deceased Williams that he was not there to discuss the allegation, and later asked the deceased to exercise patience and forget about any misunderstanding.

However, the relative claimed that his younger brother later stated that he wouldn’t listen to Jesus Christ if he descended from heaven because the situation was so humiliating to their relationship.

The relative went on to say that after making repeated appeals to the deceased, he and his wife left the couple because the deceased Williams claimed to have endured numerous annoyances from the suspect Diabeh.

The late Williams was quoted as saying, “This woman believes she has ample physique, but I will prove her wrong.”

“So, they began to fight while passing behind their house and throwing rocks. But when I went there, I left my touchscreen behind and took a different route; when I left, I used a statement, saying, “hum…., I hope you guys don’t turn things around,” because neither party was willing to agree.

According to him, the suspect Diabeh then passed behind the house and said to the deceased Williams, “I will also hold something against you for the rocks you have thrown at me since today.”

Therefore, Josephine [held] my brother’s private parts. Before I arrived, everything fell apart; then my brother raised his hand in protest. If you say Zambia, he could not identify the caller.

The relative notes that the next morning, which was Friday, he received a phone call from Pleebo informing him that the deceased Williams’ condition was not encouraging, so he was rushed to Pleebo health center on the same day because the incident occurred at 8:15 p.m. on Thursday.

According to him, the deceased was diagnosed with a variety of body pains, including torture of his private parts and a fractured spinal cord.

According to a member of the decedent’s family, he was transported from the Pleebo Health Center to the J.J Dossen Memorial Referral Hospital in Harper City, where he was pronounced dead.

Meanwhile, Josephine Diabeh, a 35-year-old woman, has been charged with manslaughter and sent to court by Maryland County police.

The accusation against suspect Josephine Diabeh was the result of a thorough investigation conducted under the supervision of chief investigator Jimmie Kardor of the Liberia National Police Crime Services Department in Pleebo.

On Friday, October 21, 2022, she was indicted and sent to the Pleebo magistrate court.

The 35-year-old woman was arrested in Pleebo, Maryland, following an altercation with her husband that resulted in his death.

The Liberia National Police detachment in Pleebo City arrested and detained Suspect Josephine Diabeh on Monday, October 18, 2022, following an initial investigation into Mr. Williams’ gruesome death.

Nathaniel Zambia Williams, who passed away at the age of 43, was a former security guard for Orange Tower in Pleebo, Maryland.

According to Police investigation and community sources, Ms. Diabeh is the prime suspect in her husband’s death. Prior to the domestic violence that led to his untimely death, the late Williams and his widow had eight children.

The Liberia National Police charged and sent her to court for manslaughter, in accordance with article 14.2 of the country’s penal code, after it was confirmed that she had a fight with the deceased.

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