Well, let's look at the account that has been recorded. Page 44284, still on tab 3. Now we looked at some of this yesterday and I am not going to go into great detail, I am just going to go through the topics with you because they are set out in numbered paragraphs. I will summarise what is said in each paragraph, Mr Kanneh, and if I am not summarising accurately in the view of the Prosecution then I invite the Prosecution to tell me to add more of what is written down there.
Paragraph 48, this is the first note of what you were telling them. We went through yesterday that's the names of all the people who were at the meeting and you disputed yesterday that you had ever mentioned some of these being there.
Paragraph 49: "The witness states that Sam Bockarie had arrived back from Burkina Faso with arms, ammunitions and uniforms."
Paragraph 50: "The witness states there was a discussion of a major offensive known as Operation Free the Leader. The first targets were to be Kono and Makeni, to be followed by Segbwema and Daru. The final target was to be Freetown. The purpose of the assault on Freetown was twofold: To take power in Freetown and free the leader."
Paragraph 51: "There was discussion of a two flank entry into Freetown. There was to be a future meeting between Issa and the other front line commanders to discuss this plan."
Paragraph 52: "The witness stated that Jungle advised them that Taylor instructed that there could be no success without money. That was why they were to hit the main mining areas first."
Paragraph 53 we read yesterday. This was where some of the people present suggested getting additional manpower from Liberia, but Sam Bockarie rejected that suggestion due to past problems that had occurred when many NPFL members came into Sierra Leone, but Bockarie preferred ULIMO-K assistance.
Paragraph 54: "Pademba Road was to be the first target of the offensive on Freetown."
Paragraph 55: "The plan was to execute Kabbah and Foday Sankoh would become president."
Then the final record of what you told the Prosecutors in November about that meeting is:
"The witness stated that after this meeting Jungle spoke with Charles Taylor about this mission. The witness stated he heard this conversation take place on Sam Bockarie's satellite phone."
Then there is a reference to Charles Taylor taking satellite calls directly. That's all you told the Prosecutors when you were going into detail about this in November, Mr Kanneh. No reference in there to the fact that this plan was designed in Monrovia with Mr Taylor. If that's the truth, the evidence you gave last Friday, why didn't you tell the Prosecutors that important fact when they were interviewing you last November?