Starting from the top of that page. Again this is Mr Mineh's testimony:
"Q. Mr Witness, when you were a company commander, you
said it was in the 6th Battalion, who were you answerable
A. I report to joint chief of staff, the head of the
Q. And who was that person at that time?
A. The joint chief of staff was John Teah.
Q. Mr Witness, as a company commander you were within a
battalion of other companies, correct? You said you were a
company commander of the 6th Battalion, so you were within
your one company amongst three other companies that made up
that battalion, right? Correct?
A. Yes, go ahead. Yes.
Q. And your battalion was based in Bomi, the 6th
Battalion, at the time you were company commander, wasn't
A. Yes, in Bomi.
Q. And you say who was the battalion commander at this
A. Cape Mount? Our head was - the overall head was Degbon
Q. Was Degbon the battalion commander of the 6th
A. He was the head of Cape Mount control area.
Q. Mr Witness, you are very much familiar with the
structure of battalions and companies. You have told this
Court that you served as battalion commander, before you
had served as a company commander, you had operated within
the battalion as the combat officer. Now, if you were a
company in the 6th Battalion then there would have been a
battalion commander. Isn't that the case? Wouldn't it
have been the case for the 6th Battalion?
A. Yes, it has a commander.
Q. So who was the battalion commander for the 6th
A. 6th Battalion commander was Oliver Varney, but Degbon
was the overall chief.
Q. So Oliver Varney was answerable to Degbon. Is that
what you are telling this Court?
Q. Was Degbon based also in Bomi?
A. Yes. We all were there. They all were there. After
the war was raging, then they came. Wangakor.
Q. What was Degbon's position actually?
A. Degbon was the head, he was the overall chief.
Q. Did his position have a name, a title?
A. Yes, he was the head.
Q. Do you get the question right? You have talked
about - we know of a company commander, a battalion
commander, but Degbon's position as your overall chief have
a title. If you don't know, say you don't know, but that's
A. Yes, I cannot remember. But all I know is that he was
the head battalion commander.
Q. So from what you have told this Court, Degbon had
supervision over everybody within the 6th Battalion, right?
A. Yeah, we were under him. Everything was being
administered by him.
Q. Now, what about Anthony Mekunagbe?
A. Mekunagbe, he was there. He was one of the - he was
the supply officer for the arms and ammunition. Oliver and
Degbon. They were all the big brass."
Mr Zaymay, you are not included by this witness as being in the big brass, are you?