The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia.
[The accused present]
[Upon commencing at 3.00 p.m.]
Good afternoon. We will take appearances, please.
Good afternoon, Madam President, your Honours, counsel opposite. Appearing for the Prosecution this afternoon are Brenda J Hollis, myself Mohamed A Bangura, Ms Kathryn Howarth and Maja Dimitrova. Thank you.
Good afternoon, Madam President, your Honours, counsel opposite. For the Defence, Simon Chapman, Terry Munyard, and I, Silas Chekera.
Normally it's counsel first, but thank you. Now, I note that witness DCT-025 continues in chief today.
Yes, Madam President. If I may continue.
I am going to remind him first of his oath. Good afternoon, Mr Witness.
Good afternoon, sir.
This is very confusing, hearing three voices in the interpretation. But anyway, we will see how it goes.
Mr Witness, you took an oath last week to tell the truth; you remember that?
Now, that oath is still binding on you today as we proceed with your evidence. Do you understand that?
Thank you. Mr Chekera, please continue.
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