Good morning, Madam President, your Honours, counsel opposite. For the Defence, myself Terry Munyard, Silas Chekera and our legal assistant, Kathryn Hovington.
Madam President, I know that you will be anxious to give the - remind the witness that he is under oath and so on. May I, before we commence the evidence, raise one matter? It is something that I overlooked when I addressed the Court on Monday when the witness was about to give evidence. I addressed the Court in his absence. I don't think that I need to ask for him to be absent over this.
What it was I raised on Monday was the question of protective measures under which he had previously been. He was willing to waive those and, as we all know, has given evidence quite openly. I am grateful to my learned friend opposite for pointing out to me that I forgot to mention that he had also been under a like protective measure order from Trial Chamber I. Exactly the same, no disclosure of his identity, and I should have asked you to revoke that order also. It was exactly the same order. I can quote to you from proceedings in Trial Chamber I in April 2008 and indicate to you what it was.