A woman takes a picture while looking at a gruesome collection of images of dead bodies taken by a photographer, who has been identified by the code name "Caesar," at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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The case against Syrian President Bashar Assad is much better than the one against Slobodan Milosevic of Serbia or Charles Taylor of Liberia, both of whom were indicted by international tribunals, according to the U.S. ambassador-at-large for war crimes issues.Stephen Rapp spoke to reporters at the U.N. opening of a graphic exhibit of photos of detainees who have died in Assad's prisons since the start of Syria's conflict four years ago.Rapp said that list should include Assad: "One could take the responsibility for these killings clear to the top of the regime".But he warned that justice for Syria's victims could take decades. Rapp said it's certain that more than 100 people in Syria, and perhaps several hundred, are responsible for crimes on a massive scale.
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