I think we'd already got through the first three sections of the first interview and seen how they'd been picked up in the clarification interview so I am going to move to the fourth line down on page 2367. Mr Camara, this is the first interview. You were telling the interviewers about the training in Mahtaba and in - sorry, about Dr Manneh, Mr Taylor and Mr Sankoh not staying with the men in their barracks but staying in Mahtaba and then you went on to deal with the training there in Libya and this is what you said, and would you like to follow it, it's four lines down on page 2367:
"That Taylor, Sankoh and Dr Manneh would attend the training and give encouragement to the men and see how things were going. When they did Taylor was always more vocal and got more involved in things than the rest. He was the big boss because he was more vocal and better financially set than the rest, having better connections than the rest."
Then you go on to say that the training in Libya consisted mainly of infantry training and some heavy artillery training and we've looked a few minutes ago at the rest of that half of that page talking about your training in Libya ending up at the beginning of the final paragraph on that page with the training that you had in Libya in relation to Small Boy Units.
Now that is the portion of the first interview that I suggest you were being asked to clarify on page 25322 of the second interview and I'm just going to take you to the relevant paragraphs. The second paragraph which you've seen talks about you meeting Sierra Leoneans in the training camps in Libya. The third paragraph is the one that we're concentrating on at the moment:
"Camara advises that he knew Taylor was the boss just by watching the leaders as they came round to talk to us. It was Taylor who would dash them (give them small money) and who was supporting us even then."
Then there's something that Dr Manneh told you. The next paragraph deals with the Small Boy Units and you say in that paragraph that when you spoke earlier about Small Boy Units and their formation you were speaking about the Liberian civil war period. So that is the order in which you were being asked to clarify what you had been talking about in the first interview. Do you follow what I'm saying?