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Taylor Pleads Not Guilty to War Crimes

Former Liberian President Charles Taylor pleaded not guilty Monday before an international war crimes tribunal, denying 11 counts of helping destabilize West Africa through killings, sexual slavery and sending children into combat. Taylor at first told the court he could not enter a plea because he did not recognize its right to try him. But he went on to tell Justice Richard Lussick “I did not and could not have” committed the atrocities that allegedly occurred during Sierra Leone’s civil war. Full Story

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