I wonder, please, if the witness could be shown - and, your Honours, I have prepared a bundle of documents which your Honours should have before you. That is the bundle, your Honour, yes. I am going to invite the witness's attention behind divider 1, please, and page 1. You will see that here we have a press report, dated 7 April 2008, and it reads as follows:
"Monrovia: Liberia's former Vice-President Moses Blah said Monday that he has been called to testify in the trial of Charles Taylor, the first African leader to face an international tribunal for war crimes. Blah said that the United Nations Special Court for Sierra Leone, which is trying Liberia's ex-President Taylor in The Hague for his alleged key part in a brutal civil war in the neighbouring country, had sent him a subpoena for April 14."
Then it quotes you as saying:
"'I will speak the truth. That is why I am surprised that some people are worried that there is the possibility of me testifying' said Blah, who served as Vice-President under Taylor and then briefly took over when he was ousted."
Can I pause there, please. Did you say that?