First-hand account


The Wayne State University Law School Program for International Legal Studies and the International Law Students Association presented a lecture by Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher Graveline on Thursday, Sept. 9, at the school’s Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium.

“Today I’m giving a lecture concerning some of my experiences in international criminal prosecutions,” noted Graveline.  “I have been the prosecutor for the Army in the Abu Ghraib scandals and also for the United States Department of Justice in the successful trial of one Chuckie Taylor, the son of the Liberian dictator Charles Taylor, for torturing people in Liberia to keep his father in power.”