Yes, I can recall. On our way coming, that was going to 3 am in the morning, he stopped at an area where we collected the wife of the first accused in the AFRC case, that is Tamba Brima's wife, that is Margaret, and we also collected the second accused's wife, Ibrahim Bazzy's wife, Anifa, and they also went on board the same jeep because they were also trying to reach their husbands inside, so we all drove off.
I can recall also that on our way coming we drove for the whole of the night until the morning hours and we got to a point where one amongst the Leyland trucks had - the Leyland trucks broke down and when it broke down the entire convoy stopped there for the moment. When the Leyland truck broke down there was a driver, an SLA driver, who was called Jalloh, he was driving one of the trucks, and when the truck broke down we all alighted and Sam Bockarie decided to install a radio because he always moved around with a VHF radio.
He called the commander who was based in Foya. That is Colonel Fayia. He called him and explained to him that one amongst our trucks loaded has got a broke down, and he responded that he was going to send one of the AFL trucks that he was using around the border area so that all the equipment that were loaded on board the truck, the truck that had broken down, will be transferred and he responded to that.
So, as we were waiting I can't actually tell what happened. Sam Bockarie became angry with me. He called me and told me that if I did not die in Liberia I will die in Sierra Leone and he said he was going to shoot me. He took out his revolver pistol. He had a big revolver pistol that he was using. He loaded it with the rounds and he cocked it and he started using some words that, "You, the SLA guys, you are trying to sabotage our operation. You are trying to sabotage the operation", and that if I did not die in Liberia he is now going to kill me. If Zigzag Marzah did not kill me, he is going to kill me. So I was in shock, I was overwhelmed by doubt and then I said to him, "General, if you decide to just kill me like that, innocently, it will not be good, but as far as I am concerned you can see the efforts that I have made. I have willingly travelled with you and I have come also willingly to fight alongside you and my own men. So, I don't think I have gone against your operations." But he insisted that he was going to shoot me, but by the grace of God we travelled with some of the SSS and amongst them there were two. One was called Colonel Jungle and the other Colonel Sampson and together with his own bodyguards, I am talking about Major JR and Major Foday, and Major JR told him, "Master", that is he was referring to General Sam Bockarie, he told him, "Please, sir, I don't want you to shoot at this man". He said, "This man is a very nice man. At the time we went to Freetown he was working at the defence and when we were there he was nice to me". And that, "At the stage where we are now in the war this man will be very useful, so for that reason I am advising that you don't shoot at this man".
But Sam Bockarie still insisted that he was going to gun me down. But, by the grace of God, Colonel Sampson and Colonel Jungle, they were SS members, they were always with Mosquito, they represented the Liberian Government. Colonel Jungle got up and told him that, "Master, I don't want you to shoot at this man". And then they came and rid him of the weapon and I was now standing there in fear and Colonel Jungle even said to me that Sam Bockarie had already received an instruction from President Ghankay Taylor about my issue and that he was not going to kill me, but I did not actually believe.
But we were there and I realised that he was not going to shoot at me again because he had already been disarmed of the weapon and the truck that was sent for us by Colonel Tengbeh arrived and we transferred all the ammunition into that truck and then we continued our travel. We travelled for the whole night because the road condition was appalling. We travelled for a long period of time and finally we got to Buedu at General Sam Bockarie's headquarters.
When we got to Buedu, whilst everybody was alighting from the vehicle and just as I alighted General --