TITLE

Charles at Large

AUTHOR(S)
Lizza, Ryan
PUB. DATE
April 2005
SOURCE
New Republic;4/25/2005, Vol. 232 Issue 15, p10
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the involvement of the United States President George W. Bush administration in making a deal with Liberian President Charles Taylor, a war criminal. Discussion of the civil war in Liberia in 2003; Report that Taylor was allowed to flee to Nigeria provided he stay out of Liberian politics; Statement that Taylor is the only indicted mass murderer who lives freely; Report that Taylor has flouted the terms of his exile; Involvement of Taylor in the attempted assassination of President Lansana Conte of Guinea; Relations between Taylor and the Bush administration; Claim that Taylor was a paid informant of the U.S. Defense Department intelligence service.
ACCESSION #
16784280

 

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