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“While today’s conviction brings some measure of justice to the people of Sierra Leone, Taylor and the others sentenced by the Special Court are just the tip of the iceberg,” the group’s Brima Abdulai Sheriff said in a statement.
Charles Taylor Calls in to Talk Show From Jail in the Hague, Says United Nations Removes Traveling Ban
Former Liberian President and indicted war crime criminal scheduled to face his fate next month when the International Court of Justice brings down final judgement of his case, surprisingly called in
to a United States based Liberian online radio, LIB Radio Tuesday morning on its popular talk show, “What Shall I Say” and called on the United Nations to remove the traveling ban placed on former officials, relatives associated with the former Liberian leader or those considered a threat to the security of Liberia.
“The United Nations war crime indicted called into the talk show where the topic under discussion was the relevance of the 2003 traveling ban posed of former officials of the Taylor regime and those considered endangerment to the peace and security of their Liberia”.
“He will share a cell block with former Liberian President Charles Taylor, who is waiting for a verdict in his trial at an ad hoc tribunal on charges of orchestrating atrocities in Sierra Leone”.