The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia.
Your Honours, I have consulted our IT staff. They are coming down to assist us.
Your Honours, it's a confidential exhibit, just in case counsel is not aware.
Your Honours, it's a Court exhibit.
Your Honours, what we have is the original copy.
Your Honours, I'm consulting the records. I'll get back to you soon.
Your Honours, it's confidential.
Your Honours, he's going to follow up and will get back to us.
Your Honours, I'll liaise with him.
Your Honours, the IT staff are coming in to assist.
Your Honours, I will contact our IT support unit to come and advise us on whether it can be treated in seconds or they would need five minutes.
Your Honours, it's 60 centimetres.
We will ensure that, your Honour.
Your Honours, we are in open session.
I am seeing it, your Honours.
Your Honours, I am trying to find out the line. If I could be --
Your Honours, we're in open session.
Your Honours, if I may be of assistance. MFI-252 has DCT number 308.
Your Honour, now we are advised that the tape has run out.
I beg your pardon, your Honour.
If counsel could guide me on the line, please.
Unfortunately, counsel is referring to different years and by the time you open, it takes some time to open up. Before I open one, she mentions another year. So that's why it's kind of not matching with her speed.
Your Honour, counsel is very fast. She is not mentioning one transcript at a go. Unfortunately I can't match with her speed.
Yes, your Honour, we have.
Yes, your Honour.
I apologise, your Honours. I will search for the public version.
Your Honours, we are inviting our IT staff to assist us.
Your Honours, we don't have page 4338 on the transcript of the 28th --
Your Honour, let me first drag the transcript and then I will assist counsel.
Excuse me, your Honour, the AV booth has already redacted the excerpt.
Your Honours, we are ready to proceed.
Excuse me, your Honours. The AV booth has requested for five minutes from now to change the tape.
Your Honours, we will find out and get back to you.
Your Honour, I beg your pardon. MFI-1 is exhibit 181. The map will be exhibit 182.
Yes, your Honour, it is 182.
Your Honours, may I seek for clarification of the pages, please?
Yes, your Honour.
I beg your pardon, your Honour, it has been implemented.
Your Honours, the order has been taken and the AV booth are not going to broadcast a copy.
Your Honours, it is just a wish on the part of WVS.
Your Honours, we have just received an email from the counsellor and she has informed us that the witness is still distressed and she is requesting maybe to start at noon, 12 noon.
26 centimetres, your Honour.
36 centimetres, my Lord, your Honour.
Your Honours, the AV booth is requesting whether they can display that document.
Your Honour, the AV booth is requesting whether they can display the photographs.
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