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Charles "Chucky" Taylor breaks silence from federal prison and CDC-USA discusses the party policy forum, CDC-USA Convention, Primaries, and current events on Issues in the Press Reloaded.

(Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, Friday, May 30, 2014): Tmz Radio International, Issues in the Press Reloaded at 2:00 p.m.-CST and 3:00 p.m- EST will host Charles "Chucky" Taylor, son of ex-Liberia President and war crime convict Charles G. Taylor.

Charles Taylor Jr. is currently serving a 97 years jail sentence from a landmark torture case that grew out of a US investigation into arms trafficking in Liberia.
Charles ''Chuckie'' Taylor Jr was convicted in October 2008 for leading a campaign of torture against people opposed to his father's rule. Although he wasn't charged with killing any of them, his indictment alleged that he killed at least one of seven victims.
Federal prosecutors had cited the murder allegation in recommending that US District Judge Cecilia Altonaga send the former Orlando, Florida, resident to prison for 147 years, stemming from his convictions on eight conspiracy, torture and firearm charges.
His defense lawyers countered that the then 31 year old Taylor, was not convicted of murder and therefore should be imprisoned for seven to 20 years. He would later get 97 years.
Also appearing in Issues in the Press Reloaded, are executives of the Congress for Democratic Change, United States chapter. They will discuss the CDC convention, primaries, and current events within the party.

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