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Audio Archive:

October 20th, 2008 : mp3 file not currently online

We speak with Lavala Supuwood, one of the lawyers defending Liberia's former President Charles Taylor against charges of war crimes.

Featured Guest(s):
Lavala Supuwood




June 11th, 2007 : mp3 file not currently online

Featured Guest(s):
Sharon Taylor, Thelma Taylor Saye, Paul Rusesabagina

Sharon Taylor, daughter of former Liberian President Charles Taylor and his sister, Thelma Taylor Saye, called on people to rally to his defence against the special UN court for Sierra Leone.

Paul Rusesabagina, the real-life hero portrayed in the film Hotel Rwanda, called on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to end the culture of impunity and to charge the President of Rwanda with shooting down the plane of the former President and other crimes against humanity.

Links:
The Association for the Legal Defense of Charles G. Taylor
AllAfrica.com - Liberia: Family Tears

Other Liberia-related shows @ taylor-report.com
Other Rwanda-related shows @ taylor-report.com




July 28th, 2003 : mp3 file not currently online

Charles Taylor at the height of Liberia's crisis

Featured Guest(s):
President Charles Taylor




July 7th, 2003 : mp3 file not currently online

Charles Taylor at the height of Liberia's crisis

Featured Guest(s):
President Charles Taylor, David Jacobs




July 2nd, 2003 : mp3 file not currently online

Featured Guest(s):
Senator Wuweiu, David Jacobs, President Charles Taylor

Phil speaks to a Liberian senator about the civil war in Liberia, the ceasefire, the involvement of outside forces in the conflict, and the possibility of President Taylor stepping down from his position before the end of his term. This recording also features our first interview with the Liberian President - Charles Taylor.




Article Archive:

Surprise Turn of Events at Taylor Verdict
Kirsty Sutherland

Today former Liberian president Charles Taylor has been unanimously convicted of 11 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity by the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL) sitting at The Hague. The verdict, which convicted Taylor for aiding and abetting rather than joint criminal enterprise, was followed by an impromptu dissent by the Trial Chamber's alternate judge, Justice Sow of Senegal.

In an unexpected turn of events, as Justice Lussick (Presiding), Justice Doherty and Justice Sebutinde rose to leave the courtroom after delivering the verdict, Justice Sow addressed the Court:

"The only moment where a Judge can express his opinion is during the deliberations or in the courtroom, and, pursuant to the Rules, when there are no serious deliberations, the...
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