People at Special Court for Sierra Leone watch live broadcast of verdict being delivered by UN-backed court in Hague convicting former Liberian president Charles Taylor of war crimes, in Freetown

 
People at Special Court for Sierra Leone watch live broadcast of verdict being delivered by UN-backed court in Hague convicting former Liberian president Charles Taylor of war crimes, in Freetown
People at the Special Court for Sierra Leone watch a live broadcast of the verdict being delivered by a United Nations-backed court in the Hague convicting former Liberian president Charles Taylor of war crimes, in the country's capital Freetown April 26, 2012. The court convicted Taylor of aiding and abetting war crimes and crimes against humanity, the first time a head of state has been found guilty by an international tribunal since the Nazi trials at Nuremberg. Taylor, 64, had been charged with 11 counts of murder, rape, conscripting child soldiers and sexual slavery during intertwined wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone, during which more than 50,000 people were killed. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SIERRA LEONE - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)