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The Special Court for Sierra Leone made its final major decision on 26 September 2013 when its Appeals Chamber upheld the 50-year sentence handed down to former Liberian

Freetown, Sierra Leone, 30 October 2013 - A three-judge panel of the Appeals Chamber, by a majority, today overturned the contempt conviction of former Special Court defence investigator

Charles Ghankay Taylor, the convicted former President of Liberia, was transferred today from the Netherlands and the custody of the Special Court to the United Kingdom, where he

Registrar of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, Mrs Binta Mansaray (in photo) has expressed profound thanks and appreciation to the International Community through their embassies in The

Dear friends,  July 17, On this day, we reflect on the progress made in the long struggle for accountability, particularly the adoption of the Rome Statute on July

A three-member panel of the Appeals Chamber today dismissed an appeal by convicted former Special Court defence investigator Prince Taylor against his contempt conviction and 2-1/2 year prison

Prince Taylor, a former Defence investigator at the Special Court, must serve a total of 2½ years on his conviction of interfering with Prosecution witnesses, Justice Teresa Doherty

Freetown, Sierra Leone, 25 January 2013 - Prince Taylor, a former Defence investigator with the Special Court, was convicted on Friday on five contempt counts for interfering with

Special Court for Sierra Leone - Four persons convicted last month of contempt for interfering with the administration of justice at the Special Court were sentenced 11 October,