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The Trial of Charles Taylor Part I: Prosecuting “Persons Who Bear the Greatest Responsibility”

Easterday, Jennifer

2010

Abstract

The purpose of this report is to provide an update on the progress of case Prosecutor V. Charles Ghankay Taylor. It is the most high profile proceeding at the SCSL. This trial has been plagued by political, logistical and legal charges as it has moved from the indictment through to the presentation of defense case.
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