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|Title:||ASIL Insights: Charles Taylor and the Special Court for Sierra Leone|
|Description:||On April 3, 2006, former Liberian President Charles Taylor pleaded not guilty to war crimes and crimes against humanity for which he was indicted by the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL) in 2003.
Mark A. Drumbl, the author of this ASIL Insight, lists the crimes that Taylor is accused of, describes the nature of the SCSL as "a �hybrid� tribunal that involves Sierra Leonean and international officials, ... located in Sierra Leone�s capital, Freetown" and discusses the issues surrounding the suggestion that Taylor's trial be moved to The Hague.
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