Charles Taylor convicted by Hague

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Is this a police action or a military action?

http://news.yahoo.com/hague-court-convicts-taylor-crimes-sierra-leone-110523326.html

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Glad to see that the U.S. State Department "welcomed the verdict". It's neither police or military - it's justice.

That's a good precedent since this was the first case of a Head of State being tried for War Crimes since Nuremburg.

And, of course, you can't welcome the verdict unless you agree with the process.

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