The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia. More…

Well one could assume that if someone saw a skull, of course, normally it would - it could instill fear, but a skull even in fraternal organisations is used also to say certain things that, "If you do wrong, this is the result." I am not going to go over - I don't have permission to expose western fraternities but, when you use symbols, symbols are designed to give a lesson that, "Look, here is the situation. If you don't do this then this happens, okay? This is the result of not following orders, okay?" That is why these skulls - not at every gate, but there were certain areas that skulls were there. I saw them, I investigated and I got to realise that they were enemy skulls and we did not think that that symbol meant anything wrong.

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