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Momeni Comfort Shag Rust CS10 Shag 5.0 x 7.0 Reviews

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I'd love to win one

I'd love to win one because we have a wee one due in about seven weeks and you can never have egnouh blankets, especially cute ones! We're doing a lot of gray already so I think I'd go with the yellow border. Thanks! by Tiago posted on Sunday, October 25, 2015

Dear Bill, thanks fo

Dear Bill, thanks for your usual itsighns on hot international criminal justice topics.Your post on the Karadzic trial reminded me of the trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor at the Special Court for Sierra Leone. As you know, Mr. Taylor also boycotted the opening of his trial in The Hague on 4 June 2007. I happen to have been involved in that process. I could therefore not help but notice the striking similarity of the arguments raised by the two high profile accused, in two separate trials, in two separate international criminal tribunals. Essentially, both made serious complaints about the adequacy of time and resources available to them, in light of the size and complexities of their specific cases. Of course, as you observed, this is not the first time this has happened at the ad hoc tribunals. And, based on my personal experiences in the trenches of the defence side of international criminal justice, this will certainly not be the last. While I have not yet had the benefit of reading your book chapter on the point, as you noted, some tribunals such as the ICTY and SCSL have planned for boycotts by adopting rules permitting the proceedings to continue in the absence of the accused. I am not against rules permitting trials, which have already begun, to continue if the accused simply chooses to boycott to protest an unfavorable ruling or to score cheap political points with a domestic constituency.What I find unfortunate is the tendency to lump the two scenarios together, instead of distinguish them. Many, both within and outside the tribunals, tend to do this far too often. Yet, if one looked closely enough, it seems that at least some of the accused who decide to boycott proceedings do so because they have tried every available avenue and failed to get a proper remedy. Isn't there an old adage that where there is smoke, there's got to be some fire?Anyway, while I'm not familiar enough with the Karadzic case to say that is the mischief, I can say that in the Taylor trial, that was largely the problem. The history of motion after (denied)motion requesting adequate resources and adequate time by the struggling Defence Team, facing an array of more experienced prosecutors, is there to back me up. All essentially came to naught. So, in the end, Taylor decided to send a letter to court firing his counsel instead of show up to listen to his serious charges. Of course, at the time, he was vilified as the quintessential manipulator by media, but more surprisingly, lawyers and academics alike. At the end of the day, however, once the trial chamber made the necessary orders for the Registrar to enable the Defence Office to provide Mr. Taylor with the resources required for a fair defence, he quickly hurried back to court. Of course, faced with a new defence team, the logic for some preparation time for new counsel to read into the case was inescapable. Interestingly, the Taylor case, which was on the verge of collapse on opening day, has now become a model trial in the SCSL, and the accused, the model participant. Overall, my sense is that, far too often, accused persons are painted with a broad brush. They fail to get (enough) sympathetic ears from the bench, or from players within and commentators outside the system, simply because the crimes for which they are charged do not, frankly, make them the most sympathetic figures. The irony is that the drastic decision to boycott proceedings is then invoked to illustrate how recalcitrant and bad they truly are. Reminds me of something they used to call the "Bad Man Rule" in Canadian criminal law... Best,Charles by Baishakhi posted on Saturday, December 19, 2015

I am glad to finally

I am glad to finally see more than young stedtnus showing courage. The only way to get the leaders to change their despotic ways is by making them nervous. Everyone in the world owes a great debt to those brave Iranians who make these protests. I put this on my web page after making a visit to Iran in 2003. In those days it was safer to protest but very few were doing it. Instead all the people were saying, I am not interested in politics . It did not seem to be true since that was all they spoke about.L. Shepp by Vann posted on Saturday, December 19, 2015
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