3 Prosecutor v. Sesay, Corrected Amended Consolidated Indictment, Case No. SCSL–04–15–PT (Spec. Ct. Sierra Leone Aug. 2, 2006).
4 Prosecutor v. Sankoh, Indictment, Case No. SCSL–03–02–I–001 (Spec. Ct. Sierra Leone Mar. 7, 2003); Prosecutor v. Bockarie, Indictment, Case No. SCSL–03–04–I (Spec. Ct. Sierra Leone Mar. 7, 2003).
5 Agreement Between the United Nations and the Government of Sierra Leone on the Establishment of a Special Court for Sierra Leone, Jan. 16, 2002.
6 Prosecutor v. Sesay, Sentencing Judgment, Case No. SCSL–04–15–T (Spec. Ct. Sierra Leone, Trial Chamber I, Apr. 8, 2009).
7Id., para. 18, disposition at pp. 94, 96, 98.
8Id., disposition at pp. 93–98.
9 These elements are similar to those set out in Article 8(2)(b)(iii) of the Elements of Crimes of the International Criminal Court, UN Doc. PCNICC/2000/l/Add.2, at 42 (2000).
10 The crime against humanity of enslavement was proven with evidence of sexual violence in Prosecutor v. Kunarac, Judgment, Case Nos. IT–96–23–T & IT–96–23/1–T (Int’l Crim. Trib. Former Yugo. Feb. 22, 2001). The Special Court for Sierra Leone is the first international or internationalized criminal tribunal to prosecute and convict individuals for the specific crime of sexual slavery.
11Id, para. 543.
12Prosecutor, v. Brima, Judgment, Case No. SCSL–04–16–T, paras. 696–714; id., Sep. Op. Sebutinde, J., paras. 2–18; id., Sep. Op. Doherty, J., paras. 14–71 (Spec. Ct. Sierra Leone, Trial Chamber II, June 20, 2007); Prosecutor v. Brima, Judgment, Case No. SCSL–04–16–A, paras. 187–203 (Spec. Ct. Sierra Leone, Appeals Chamber, Feb. 22, 2008).
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