28 September 2010
2 February 2009
Prosecutor Accuses Taylor Defence of Causing Hardship for Victim Witnesses.
20 October 2008
Joseph F Kamara Appointed Deputy Prosecutor of the Special Court
6 August 2008
Special Court Prosecutor to Co-Host Film Screening at the UN to Promote Awareness on Child Soldiers.
10 July 2008
Special Court Prosecutor Welcomes Final Judgement in AFRC Case.
22 February 2008
Prosecutor Welcomes Sentences in AFRC Case.
19 July 2007
Trial of Charles Taylor Set for June 4 Opening.
7 May 2007
Prosecutor Expresses Regret at the Death of Sam Hinga Norman.
22 February 2007
Prosecutor Welcomes Start Date in Taylor Trial, Promises Access for Sierra Leoneans.
29 January 2007
Special Court Prosecutor to Step Down.
28 April 2006
The Prosecutor's Meeting with Civil Society of Sierra Leone, 31 March 2006.
12 April 2006
Chief Prosecutor Welcomes the Successful Initial Appearance of Charles Taylor in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
3 April 2006
Chief Prosecutor Announces the Arrival of Charles Taylor at the Special Court.
29 March 2006
Urgent Statement by The Prosecutor of the Special Court - Desmond de Silva QC, on reports that the wanted war criminal Charles Taylor has absconded within or from Nigeria.
28 March 2006
Urgent Statement by the Prosecutor of the Special Court, Desmond de Silva, QC, on his request to Nigeria to execute a warrant of arrest on former President of Liberia Charles Taylor.
26 March 2006
Statement by Special Court Prosecutor Desmond de Silva, QC Welcoming the Nigerian Announcement on the Transfer of Charles Taylor.
25 March 2006
Prosecutor Welcomes Discussions to Facilitate the Transfer of Charles Taylor to the Special Court.
13 March 2006
Prosecutor Welcomes Sierra Leone Parliamentary Resolution Supporting Taylor's Trial at the Special Court.
9 February 2006
Prosecutor Welcomes UN Security Council Resolution Granting UNMIL Chapter VII Powers to Arrest Charles Taylor.
14 November 2005
Statement by Chief Prosecutor Desmond de Silva, Q.C. (on conclusion of Prosecution's case in trial of CDF Accused)
14 July 2005
War Crimes Prosecutors Meet in Freetown.
27 June 2005
Prosecutor's Colloquium to be held in Freetown.
20 June 2005
Prosecutor Welcomes New Global Witness Report.
17 June 2005
At Second Anniversary of the Unsealing of Taylor's Indictment, Prosecutor Crane Says, "Charles Taylor Holds a Sword Over the Future of West Africa".
3 June 2005
Prosecutor Reacts to New Report on Charles Taylor's Activities From Exile.
19 May 2005
Prosecutor Welcomes Resolution on Charles Taylor in U.S. Senate.
11 May 2005
Prosecutor Welcomes Resolution on Charles Taylor and Calls for Leadership from U.S. President Bush.
4 May 2005
Prosecutor Welcomes Arrest of Taylor Associate on War Crimes Charges.
22 March 2005
Statement of the Prosecutor on International Women's Day.
8 March 2005
Special Court Prosecutor to Step Down.
28 February 2005
Joint Statement of the Prosecutors of the International Criminal Court...and the Special Court for Sierra Leone.
29 November 2004
Prosecutor David M. Crane calls Taylor a continuing threat to regional peace.
20 September 2004
Abdul Tejan-Cole, Prosecution Opening Statement, Trial of the RUF Accused.
5 July 2004
David Crane, Prosecution Opening Statement, Trial of the RUF Accused.
5 July 2004
The Prosecutor Launches 'Accountability Now Club' at Fourah Bay College.
1 July 2004
Statement of the Prosecutor David M. Crane on the Day of the African Child.
16 June 2004
David Crane, Prosecution Opening Statement, Trial of the CDF Accused.
3 June 2004
Statement by Prosecutor David M. Crane: The Prosecution is Ready for the Trial of Charles Taylor.
2 June 2004
Prosecutor Welcomes Arraignment of RUF and AFRC Indictees on Charges Related to Forced Marriage.
17 May 2004
Prosecutor Encouraged by New Call for Charles Taylor to Face Justice.
6 May 2004
Prosecutor Speaks with Young African Peacebuilders.
22 April 2004
Prosecutor Speaks at International Women's Day Event.
9 March 2004
Prosecution Investigators, UNMIL, and Liberian Officials Jointly Search Taylor Properties.
5 March 2004
Prosecution Meets Students at the Milton Margai School for the Blind.
24 November 2003
Chief Prosecutor David Crane Speaks to the Military.
7 November 2003
Prosecutor Meets with War Wounded at Grafton Camp.
6 October 2003
Deputy Prosecutor Statement on the Death of Foday Sankoh.
30 July 2003
$2 Million of Taylor's Assets Frozen.
23 July 2003
Swiss have blocked Taylor's accounts, says Prosecutor.
23 June 2003
Honouring the Inaugural World Day Against Child Labour.
12 June 2003
Statement from the Chief Prosecutor, David M. Crane.
10 June 2003
Statement of David M. Crane, Chief Prosecutor, Special Court for Sierra Leone.
5 June 2003
Special Court Takes Custody of Alleged Body of Indicted War Criminal.
1 June 2003
Brima "Bazzy" Kamara Indicted; Two Suspects Detained.
29 May 2003
Deputy Prosecutor Expresses Anger at Taylor's "Pariah Regime".
22 May 2003
Bockarie's Family Alleged Murdered; Office of the Prosecutor Demands Full Cooperation From Taylor.
15 May 2003
Office of the Prosecutor Demands Body for Identification.
13 May 2003
Prosecutor Responds to Reports of Bockarie's Death.
7 May 2003
Prosecutor Requests Body for Identification; Calls for Surrender of Koroma.
7 May 2003
"This is your Court:" Prosecutor Addresses FBC Students.
5 May 2003
Prosecutor Provides Location of Fugitives Koroma and Bockarie.
4 May 2003
Special Court Prosecutor: "No one is above the law."
16 March 2003
Statement by David M. Crane, the Prosecutor, Special Court for Sierra Leone.
10 March 2003
Letter for UK Committee.
9 March 2003
Statement on International Women's Day.
7 March 2003
Special Court Prosecutor Addresses Seminar Participants; Encourages Perpetrators to Talk to the TRC.
27 February 2003
Special Court Prosecutor Visits Port Loko: Investigations to Continue.
4 February 2003
Special Court Prosecutor Completes Initial Visits to South and East.
16 December 2002
TRC Chairman and Special Court Prosecutor Join Hands to Fight Impunity.
10 December 2002
Special Court's Office of the Prosecutor Enters New Phase.
29 November 2002
Special Court Prosecutor Says He Will Not Prosecute Children.
2 November 2002
Prosecutor for the Special Court Begins Holding 'Town Hall' Meetings.
27 September 2002