Amnesty International & Charles Taylor

Amnesty International (commonly known as Amnesty and AI) is a non-governmental organisation focused on human rights with over 3 million members and supporters around the world. Charles McArthur Ghankay Taylor (born 28 January 1948) is a Liberian former politician who was the 22nd President of Liberia, serving from 2 August 1997 until his resignation on 11 August 2003. 2.3/5

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At our Ceasefire Campaign office today we are screening the 'LORD OF WAR',Lord of War is a 2005 crime war film written, produced and directed by Andrew Niccol and co-produced by and starring Nicolas Cage.Cage plays an illegal arms dealer with similarities to post-Soviet arms dealer Viktor Bout. The film was officially endorsed by the human rights group Amnesty International for highlighting the arms trafficking by the international arms industry. A former Soviet military translator, Bout had reportedly made a significant amount of money through his multiple air transport companies,which shipped cargo mostly in Africa and the Middle East during the 1990s and early 2000s. As willing to work for Charles Taylor in Liberia as he was for the United Nations in Sudan and the United States in Iraq, Bout may have facilitated huge arms shipments into various civil wars in Africa with his private air cargo fleets during the 1990s. This film is a MUST WATCH for you to see the corrupt, criminal and lethal repercussions ...
As Charles Taylor is sentenced to 50 years, Amnesty International looks at key dates in the organisation’s work on the former president.
We can forgive but we can't forget - Amnesty International blog about Charles Taylor verdict
Amnesty International has welcomed today’s conviction of former Liberian president Charles Taylor by the Special Criminal Court for Sierra Leone. Mr Taylor was found guilty of aiding and abetting war crimes and crimes against humanity during the civil war in Sierra Leone, which ended in 2002.
Today's Hague verdict for former Liberian leader Charles Taylor is a reminder that no high-ranking state official can evade justice.
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