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How fair were Charles Taylor verdicts?

How fair were Charles Taylor verdicts?
 
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Although former Liberian President Charles Taylor has been convicted of 11 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity, his level of guilt on each of the the counts differs. Alpha Sesay, a Sierra Leone legal expert who has been to every hearing during the Taylor trial, discusses the verdict.


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