The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia.
Good morning. I note some changes of appearance, Mr Koumjian.
Yes, good morning your Honours. Alain Werner, Maja Dimitrova and myself, Nicholas Koumjian, for the Prosecution.
Thank you. Mr Munyard?
Madam President, your Honours, myself, Terry Munyard, and Morris Anyah for the Defence.
Looking at my LiveNote, none of this is currently on screen. I don't know if it is on your screen?
[The accused present]
[Upon commencing at 9.30 am]
Yes, it is.
So, it may be a defect on yours.
I think I am the only one. I have got LiveNote open, but there is nothing other than the date.
Well since the date is the date it is today, 1 April, possibly it is having you on, Mr Munyard.
I am very grateful to both your Honour and to Mr Anyah. I think I logged on too early and it is now requiring me to reconnect.
Very well. Whilst you do that, if there are no other matters I will remind the witness of his oath. No.
Mr Witness, you recall that yesterday you swore again to tell the truth. That oath is still binding on you today. You must answer questions truthfully. Do you understand?
Yes, my Lord.
Very well. Please proceed, Mr Munyard.
Thank you, Madam President.
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