The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia.
I never spoke about three women.
I did not see it with them.
I did not see that.
No, I did not see any equipment with them.
We did not talk about anything that obtained in the court.
He said he had completed.
Except when I asked him if he had completed.
I said it was the government who sent them there, The government that was in power.
I was not aware.
I did not know how long they had taken there before I went there, but I knew about them right around that time.
That was how people used to talk around, that those people were South Africans.
It was when they said they were there protecting the civilians, that is how I came to know, because people were going there and returning and so that was why I said - so that was why I said let us go there, so at least we will be at peace.
I said I went there in 1995 after we had come from Ro-Nyortor, Tonkolili District.
I don't recall the time.
I saw them there - I think it was 1995.
I used to hear that it was the government which had sent them there.
I don't know, but they were protecting us, the civilians.
Yes, that means I will be telling a lie.
No, I did that in Tongoma.
Not at all.
I came from Tongoma and went to Worodu.
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