Well, we are still on the tab I mentioned. This is the record of your interview, tab 4. I stopped at page 32 and 33. If we move on the same tab to page 34. The ERN number is 00100400. Mr Witness, let me read what you said to the Prosecution about this whole entire Liberian mission. This is what they have down as you telling them in 2003, one of your earlier interviews with them. Page 34 reads:
"From Lungi we went to Liberia in an aeroplane and Abdulai Mustapha was in that group. One hour later we arrived at Roberts airfield in Monrovia. We were received by men who were not dressed in uniform, but I was told they were security men for Charles Taylor who came in two jeep cars. We were taken to Hotel Boulevard in Monrovia where we stayed. After some time we were visited by the Sierra Leone ambassador to Liberia.
Later Johnny Paul sent a car which collected us and took us to the house where he stayed. We had a closed door talk with him. Johnny Paul Koroma told us the situation he found himself in in Kailahun. He told us how he was molested by the RUF, how his wife too was molested by the RUF in Kailahun.
When Johnny Paul Koroma asked us for our demands Bazzy was very, very persistent in asking for the AFRC to come back. When we were consulted, the junior men were consulted, we told Johnny Paul Koroma that the men on the ground said that they wanted the army to be reinstated. The reason is if we talk about the AFRC not everybody will be involved in politics, but if we say 'the army' everybody will partake of it, especially when it was said that the army was disbanded."
I can read on to the next page, but I will read the last paragraph just so we conclude the part when your meeting with Koroma took place, or you have made reference to your meeting with Koroma.
"In that meeting Johnny Paul Koroma also said that since he has no office and there was vacancy for the CPP office, he said he was asking for that office to be given to him so that he also can take part in the peace negotiation in Sierra Leone."
Do you see that, Mr Witness?