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paragraphs on page 1 and the second paragraph on page 3 (which commences “The war in Sierra Leone…”), is admitted into evidence as Prosecution Exhibit P-329; Document 5: Pages 25 to 46 as marked by the Prosecution, subject to the redaction of: (i) the paragraph directly under the heading “Rebel Forces” on page 26, (ii) the third paragraph on page 27 (directly above the heading “Pro- Government Forces”); (iii) the third and fourth paragraphs on page 29 beginning “This extreme sexual violence” and ending “The rebels were mixed Sierra Leoneans and Liberians”; (iv) the third paragraph on page 31 beginning “The rebels, who spoke Liberian English”; (v) the second-last paragraph on page 32, which refers to a “Colonel Titus, a mercenary who spoke Liberian Case No. SCSL-03-1-T 20 26 March 2020
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English”; (vi) the fourth paragraph on page 37, which refers to a Liberian rebel; and (vii) the fifth paragraph on page 43, which refers to “Commander Patrick, a Liberian”, are admitted into evidence as Prosecution Exhibit P-330; Document 6: The parts of pages 2 to 5 marked by the Prosecution are admitted into evidence as Prosecution Exhibit P-331; Document 7: Pages 1 to 4 are admitted into evidence as Prosecution Exhibit P- 332; Document 8: The parts marked by the Prosecution on pages 2 to 3 and 37 to 61 are admitted into evidence as Prosecution Exhibit P-333; Document 9: The parts of pages 1 and 15 marked by the Prosecution are admitted into evidence as Prosecution Exhibit P-334; Document 10: The parts of pages 375 and 377 to 380 marked by the Prosecution are admitted into evidence as Prosecution Exhibit P-335; Document 18: The passages marked by the Prosecution on pages 12, 13 and 14 are admitted into evidence as Prosecution Exhibit P-336; and DISMISSES the Prosecution application for admission into evidence of the remaining documents. Done at The Hague, The Netherlands, this 23 rd day of February 2009. Justice Teresa Doherty Justice Richard Lussick Presiding Judge Justice Julia Sebutinde [Seal of the Special Court for Sierra Leone] Case No. SCSL-03-1-T 21 26 March 2020
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  • Summer '16
  • Ramon Wawire
  • The Land, Evidence law, Liberia, Sierra Leone, The Trial Chamber

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