The court's administrative registrar explained, "Yes, they have committed atrocities, but is the goal to reintegrate them back into society or is the goal to cut them off from society?"
Think about it. These men have been accused of massacring villages, yet Our Betters in Europe already are thinking about reintegrating them back into society.
And what happens if this trial ever ends and he's convicted? The Times reports, "He faces an unspecified sentence in a British prison if convicted." Taylor no doubt thinks about convicted Lockerbie bomber Abdel Baset al-Megrahi's release to Libya, and quakes in his slippers.
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