This morning I want to continue with the evidence of Mr Mallah. This is the transcript from 12 November 2008. For purposes of this morning I would like to start at page 20109. Mr George, I will read to you more evidence that was heard from Augustine Mallah and I will ask for your comments. Line 14 on that page, Mr Mallah was asked a question:
"Q. During the time you were at Zogoda with Foday Sankoh,
'94 to sometime in '96, were you aware of any
communications Foday Sankoh had outside of Sierra Leone?
Q. And what were those communications?
A. The communication, because I myself had access to Foday
Sankoh at any time, at any hour, as a strike force
commander, so I was there when a radio man came to call
Foday Sankoh. He said they wanted to talk to him.
Q. Who wanted to talk to him?
A. Charles Taylor. I myself will be there where we would
take Foday Sankoh and we would sit by just like that white
man there, sitting down, and we will be here whilst they
are talking. That used to take place for over a day, every
day, or some time once or twice a day. We used to see him
asking and they would greet each other. He would ask for
Foday Sankoh. He would inquire about Foday Sankoh's
health. Foday Sankoh too would respond in the same way to
Charles Taylor. Foday Sankoh would explain about his
health, or explain about some security operations,
everything. I used to hear those when I was there at
Zogoda with him."
Let's pause. Mr George, you told us you were assigned to Ngolahun Vaama starting in 1994. You recall telling us that yesterday?