Yes, that is correct. The first two interviews that I include in this report are of, as I mentioned, former combatants, so they reflect one experience and a certain set of knowledge that would come from - well, they were victims at this point and then they became protagonists within one of the warring factions.
The other instances in which I heard of Liberians being involved were from victims; from the numerous victims that I interviewed over the years. These included at least - and these included mentions of the involvement of Liberians in the commission of atrocities, or who were victims of atrocities in Sierra Leone in one case.
These included nine victims and witnesses whom I interviewed in relation to the January 6th offensive who noted the presence of Liberians among their attackers. They believed that they were Liberians in some cases because the individuals identified themselves as Liberians and other times because they spoke with a Liberian accent. They were - the alleged Liberians were women, men and children, primarily men, male combatants above the age of 18, and the crimes that they were involved in included the massacre - a massacre of seven civilians on January 9th, the burning alive of a four-year old girl and an 87-year old woman in Kissy on January 20th and the killings which took place in the Rogbalan Mosque on January 22nd - I have noted in my report on January 20th, but that is a typo and it should have been January 22nd as I have noted a few times earlier - and then three separate incidents of limb amputation on January 21st, 25th and February 1st.
The second example of Liberian involvement was a testimony that I took from a militia man with the civil defence forces, who was interviewed in 2000 and who described having witnessed the brutal killing of a female Liberian commander that his unit perpetrated. This was in the area of Tongo Fields, T-O-N-G-O, and that killing took place in 1996. This combatant said that the woman was about 25 years old and that she was a Liberian, but fighting with the RUF and indeed an RUF commander.
And then a third victim was a 50-year old woman from Port Loko District who witnessed the killing of 12 people during a rebel attack in 1999, and she noted that one of the rebels present during this killing spoke with a Liberian accent and she overheard him saying - criticising the other rebels for this killing and she overheard him saying, "We don't do this in my country", which indicates that indeed he is not a Sierra Leonean. He is a Liberian. So, those are the instances that - sorry, go ahead.