I must stop fighting now. I do not stop out of fear, I do not stop out of fright. I stop out of love for you, my people. What is most important is that you live, and that ... there is peaceLiberia president steps down Aug 11, 2003
Do not be afraid about American boys getting hurt in Liberia. I can guarantee no matter where I am that Liberians will never fire a pistol at an American soldier here because we want them hereTaylor says U.S. 'owes' peacekeepers Jul 11, 2003
It makes a lot of sense for peacekeepers to arrive in this city before I transitWith conditions, Taylor will step down Jul 04, 2003
If the appeals chamber take the view that the judges acted perfectly reasonably in refusing to accept our final brief then effectively I have no further role in these proceedingsDefense table vacant at war crimes trial Feb 09, 2011
Charles George Taylor (21 November 1816 at Turnham Green, Middlesex – 10 September 1869 at Frensham Hill, Surrey) was an English cricketer in the mid-19th century who played, as an amateur, mainly for Sussex and MCC, having begun his career at Cambridge University. He was a good all-rounder who batted right-handed and bowled right-arm slow, roundarm style.
Taylor made his known debut in the 1836 season and had 125 known appearances in major matches to the 1859 season. He scored 3088 runs @ 14.29 with a highest innings of 114, which was one of two centuries he achieved. He took 69 catches and 287 wickets with a best tally of eight in one innings. He is known to have taken 10 wickets in a match on six occasions.