In a decision that genuinely surprised me, judges ordered a subpoena be issued to compel Naomi Campbell to testify. But how will the subpoena be enforced? It’s not clear to me anyone can force Campbell to testify.
The judges ruled that the subpoena for Ms. Campbell should be issued, and ordered that the Registrar ensure it is served on Ms. Campbell and to the “responsible authorities” of the state in which Ms.Campbell lives (the United Kingdom).
That’s from the Trial of Charles Taylor blog.
Maybe the subpoena will shame Campbell into testifying?