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Ex Liberian president Charles Taylor's appeal against 50 year sentence quashed

Ex Liberian president Charles Taylor's appeal against 50 year sentence quashed
 
Morris Anyah, lead defence lawyer, at the Special Court for Sierra Leone in The Hague, 26 September, 2013 Reuters/Koen van Weel/Pool

Charles Taylor, ex-Liberian president and former warlord will continue serving his 50 year - sentence after an appeals court upheld his conviction on 11 counts of crimes committed during the Sierra Leone civil war. RFI spoke to Morris Anyah, the head of Charles Taylor’s defence appeal team after the verdict.


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