Now, you were asked this question, line 3:
"Q. We could also agree, could we not, that at least
during this time period you provided Foday Sankoh and the
RUF with facilities in Gbarnga, your NPFL headquarters at
the time, we can agree on that, can we not?
A. Well, it depends on what you mean by 'facilities'.
What are you speaking about, counsel? Help me.
Q. Well, let's see. What a bedroom, living room and
kitchen facilities made available in your Executive
Mansion. We can agree that you provided that, can we not?
A. Not in my Executive Mansion. That is incorrect.
That's a misstatement of the fact. I did not provide those
in my Executive Mansion and I challenge you to show me in
the reference here where I said that.
Q. Of course, Mr Taylor. If we could please look at the
20 July 2009, at page 24808 beginning at line 9:
'Q. So where you lived at Gbarnga at this time in 1991,
what was it called at that stage?
A. The Executive Mansion.
Q. Now, what facilities were made available to Foday
Sankoh within that residence?
A. Oh, ordinary things. A bed. We have, you know,
furniture for the bedroom, living room. He was provide
light current. In fact, one of the things we did install
- even in Buchanan we had 24-hour light in Buchanan.
Gbarnga was also provided - the entire city of Gbarnga was
provided with light current, so he received light. He had
just the basic facilities for his bedroom, the living room
and kitchen facilities.'
Now, that's what you said in response to your Defence
counsel's question about what facilities you provided
within the Executive Mansion in Gbarnga in 1991,
Now, Mr Taylor, question: Did Foday Sankoh ever live in your Executive Mansion?