Mark Doyle and Jusu Jarkar
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Sierra Leone victim: 'Charles Taylor deserves 100 years in jail'

International judges have found Charles Taylor guilty of aiding and abetting war crimes during the Sierra Leone civil war.

The former Liberian leader was accused of backing rebels who killed tens of thousands during the conflict between 1991-2002.

Other victims of the Revolutionary United Front (RUF) had their limbs chopped off during the campaign of violence.

Speaking to the BBC's Mark Doyle, Jusu Jarkar from the Amputees' Association said that Taylor deserved 100 years in jail for his role in the atrocities.

  • 26 Apr 2012
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