Counsel said to you:
"You were then interviewed on three separate days, 19, 20 and 21 April, by the Dutch police and that same month you were then asked to give evidence before Dutch judges, so wouldn't you agree that you had had ample opportunity to wrack your brain and put together a consistent account of what happened to you? So, help us. How did you come to misspeak yet again on this occasion? How?"
Now in what I quoted to you counsel put two questions to you. The first question, "So wouldn't you agree you had ample opportunity to rack your brain and put together a consistent account of what actually happened to you?" you didn't respond to. Now I would like to have the witness be shown tab 6. Counsel has referred in that question counsel has referred to three dates, 19, 20 and 21 April, prior to you giving testimony.
Within tab 6, so counsel and the Bench can follow on, there are several statements within the same tab of different dates. The first statement I'm pointing the witness to is on 19 April. It consists of seven pages, front and back. In this tab 6 are variously dated statements, 19th, 20th and 21st. The first statement I would like the witness to be pointed to is the statement recorded from 19 April 2006. It runs from page 1 to page 7 within Defence counsel's page numbering. The actual questions with respect to that interview start on page 2. Now, I would like first of all the witness to be pointed to page 3 of that interview. I will try to make this as simple as possible.
Now, Mr Witness, just for completeness sake, on page 3 you will notice a question that is the third question down, that states, "When you were arrested in 2002 where did you stay after that until you left Liberia?" Do you see that question?