Correction: Interpol Issues ?Red Notice? Against Former Liberian President

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Monday, March 1, 2004
Bruce Zagaris
The last issue of the International Enforcement Law Reporter (Feb. 2004 at p. 53) carried an article about the issuance of an Interpol ?Red Notice? against former Liberian President Charles Taylor. In paragraphs 5 and 6 the correct name of the court is the Special Court for Sierra Leone, established by the United Nations with the acquiescence of Sierra Leone. The Special Court was authorized by the Security Council and then elaborated in a formal agreement between the U.N. and the Sierra Leone Government. It has an international prosecutor. The Sierra Leone Government designates the deputy prosecutor. The trial chamber consists of two international judges and one local judge. The appeals chamber has three internationals and two locals ... [more]