The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia.
[The accused present]
[Upon commencing at 9.30 a.m.]
Good morning. Appearances are as before, I think, Mr Rapp.
That is correct, your Honour.
And, Mr Griffiths, I think on your Bar also.
Good morning, your Honours, counsel opposite. Representation is the same as it was yesterday: Myself, Courtney Griffiths, my learned friend Mr Munyard and Mr Anyah and Ms Logan Hambrick.
Thank you. If there are no other matters I will remind the witness of his oath.
Mr Witness, good morning. I must remind you that yesterday you took the oath to tell the truth. The oath is still binding on you and you are to answer questions truthfully.
I would also request that because everything you say is typed as you speak if you could speak a little slowly so the interpreters and the transcribers can take it and into the microphone, please.
Yes, your Honours.
Madam President, your Honours
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