Elyse Keppler

Counsel with Human Rights Watch's International Justice Program

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Elyse Keppler on KCRW

Former Liberian President  Charles Taylor faces a
long list of war crimes  before the UN's Special Court for Sierra Leone.
His gruesome list of crimes includes terrorism, murder,…

Charles Taylor Is a No-Show for Trial at The Hague

Former Liberian President Charles Taylor faces a long list of war crimes before the UN's Special Court for Sierra Leone. His gruesome list of crimes includes terrorism, murder,…

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