Coverage from the Monrovia New Dawn regarding Christina Andrianopoulos’ testimony in court:
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the ladies usually accompanying her to court for nearly 10 minutes, taking deep breath as sweat pulled out of her body.
After being fanned for few minutes and taking in a bottle of water, the kidnap victim subsequently appeared before Magistrate Nelson B. Chinneh and identified defendant David Orma Safunue as the driver, who picked her up from the Roberts International Airport (RIA) upon arrival here from the U.S. on September 23, 2012.
Andrianopoulos has returned to the US and asks that she be allowed “to heal and embrace my children and family.”