...for the authorities of the UN Special Court for Sierra Leone at The Hague who yielded to the model Naomi Campbell's demand for preferential treatment when she gave evidence about a “blood diamond” she may have received from the brutal former president of Liberia Charles Taylor who is being tried for war crimes. Ms Campbell began by saying that giving evidence was “very inconvenient” and then insisted that there should be no photographs or video coverage -- an extraordinary request from someone who lives by publicity that produced an even more extraordinary agreement from the presiding judge.


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