War Crimes Other Leaders

  FILE - In this Aug. 22, 1997 file photo Chilean Army Commander in Chief Gen. Augusto Pinochet tests the microphone during a military ceremony in Santiago, Chile. Former Liberian President Charles Taylor is part of a long parade of leaders guilty or accused of similar, and in some cases far more appalling, crimes in modern history. Here is what happened to some: Gen. Augusto Pinochet: the former Chilean president, died in 2006 at age 91 in a military hospital, putting an end to a decade of intensifying efforts to bring him to trial for human rights abuses blamed on his regime. He had terrorized his opponents for 17 years after taking power in a bloody coup. (AP Photo/Santiago Llanquin, file)
FILE - In this Aug. 22, 1997 file photo Chilean Army Commander in Chief Gen. Augusto Pinochet tests the microphone during a military ceremony in Santiago, Chile. Former Liberian President Charles Taylor is part of a long parade of leaders guilty or accused of similar, and in some cases far more appalling, crimes in modern history. Here is what happened to some: Gen. Augusto Pinochet: the former Chilean president, died in 2006 at age 91 in a military hospital, putting an end to a decade of intensifying efforts to bring him to trial for human rights abuses blamed on his regime. He had terrorized his opponents for 17 years after taking power in a bloody coup. (AP Photo/Santiago Llanquin, file)

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