[Exhibits D-434 to D-436 admitted]
MFI-4 had five components to it, there were five photographs, that was MFI-4A to E. They are now admitted as exhibits D-437A to E respectively.
[Exhibits D-437A to E admitted]
MFI-5 was a piece of paper on which the witness wrote a name, that is now exhibit D-438 and will be marked confidential.
[Exhibit D-438 admitted]
MFI-6 had three components to it, they were various articles. The first article, MFI-6A out of the Standard Times is now exhibit D-439A. MFI-6B was an article out of the Concord Times, it's now exhibit D-439B. MFI-6C was out of a paper called For di People, it's now marked exhibit D-439C.
[Exhibits D-439A to C admitted]
MFI-7 was again the name of a protected witness written down by Sesay and that is now exhibit D-440 and will be marked confidential.
[Exhibit D-440 admitted]
MFI-8 had five components to it and these were various statements from various persons. MFI-8A was the statement of Alpha Konare and it is composed of a French and English translation, that is now exhibit D-441A. MFI-8B, statement of Oluyemi Adeniji, that is now exhibit D-441B. Statement of Daniel Opande, that was MFI-8C, is now D-441C. Statement of Ali Hassan, formerly MFI-8D, is now exhibit D-441D. And MFI-8E, statement of Alhaji Tejan Kabbah, is now exhibit D-441E.
[Exhibits D-441A to E admitted]
MFI-9 was a photograph of Issa Sesay and others. It is now exhibit D-442.
MFI-10, just check this one - yes. MFI-10, this is a report to the United Nations Secretary-General, Mr Kofi Annan, and it's from the interim leader, General Issa Hassan Sesay, or allegedly from, and that is now admitted as exhibit D-443.
MFI-11 is the name of a protected witness. That is now admitted as exhibit D-444 and will be marked confidential.
[Exhibits D-443 and D-444 admitted]
Now that brings me to a group of Prosecution exhibits starting with MFI-12 which has two components. 12A is the name written confidentially by the witness. That is now admitted as exhibit P-561A and will be marked confidential. MFI-12B is a transcript pertaining to that person, a transcript of closed session testimony out of the RUF case, and the transcript is dated 6 November 2007. Let me just get the pages right. This consists of pages 60, 71, 72, and the back page, that is now exhibit P-561B and will be marked confidential.
[Exhibits P-561A and B admitted]
MFI-13 is a transcript, an open session transcript out of the RUF case, transcript of 29 March 2006, and this consists of pages 12, 13, 15, 16 - sorry. Let me check that. I don't seem to have page 16. Sorry, let me do that again. MFI-13 consisted of only three pages, 12, 13 and 15. That is now admitted as exhibit P-562.
[Exhibits P-562 to P-568 admitted]
MFI-20 has two components, 20A and B. Now MFI-20 is a video clip of the western peninsula, that's in Sierra Leone, which the Prosecution dubbed or entitled, "The intervention". That is now admitted as exhibit P-569A. This is accompanied by a Google map of the Freetown and the western peninsula of Sierra Leone and that is now admitted as exhibit P-569B.
[Exhibits P-569A and B admitted]
MFI-21 is an article out of the UNOCHA humanitarian situation report of 13 July 1998, and it's entitled, "Sierra Leone, UNOCHA humanitarian situation report," consisting of two pages only, that's pages 1 and 2, and this is now admitted as exhibit P-570.
MFI-22 is an article out of a book, a book called, "The reversed victory, a story of Nigerian military intervention in Sierra Leone", by Brigadier RA Adeshina. The pages that we were asked to consider, or we marked, were the cover page, the tribute page, the author's page and page 89 only. So those four pages are admitted as exhibit P-571.
MFI-23 is a photograph of one Sam Bockarie, a two-star general, wearing fatigue uniform. That is now admitted as exhibit P-572.
MFI-24 is an article, a web page article from bloomberg.com, entitled "OPEC failure foretells decline ten years after the $10 oil (updated)". This consists of two pages, pages 1 and 2. These are now admitted as exhibit P-573.
MFI-25 is a map of Sierra Leone as marked by the witness Sesay, showing the military positions of various groups as at 15 December 1998. This map is now admitted as exhibit P-574.
MFI-26 is a Google map of Jui Bridge area, again as marked variously by the witness Sesay. That is now admitted as exhibit P-575.
MFI-27 is a photograph of one Rambo Red Goat and that is now admitted as exhibit P-576.
MFI-28 is a map of Sierra Leone and the Western Area as marked by the witness, showing military positions of the various groups as at 5 January 1999. That's on the eve of the Freetown invasion. That's now admitted as exhibit P-577.
MFI-29 is closed session testimony out of the RUF case of 12 November 2007, consisting of pages 118, 119 and the back page. That is now admitted as exhibit P-578 and will be marked confidential.
MFI-30 is a document entitled "Revolutionary United Front Party, INT report", dated 2 April 2001. It consists of one page actually and that is now admitted as exhibit P-579.
MFI-31 is an article entitled "The other war", and it consists of pages ending 661, 668, 669, that's three pages, and that is now admitted as exhibit P-580.
MFI-32 is a closed session transcript out of the RUF case of 28 July 2005, consisting of pages 80 to 82 and the back page. That is now admitted as exhibit P-581 and will be marked confidential.
MFI-33 doesn't belong here. It belongs with another witness.
So MFI-34 is a single sheet of paper upon which the witness wrote or, rather, upon which appear 15 various signatures that were referred to the witness. That piece of paper is admitted as exhibit P-582.
MFI-35 is a closed session testimony out of the RUF case of 28 July 2005, consisting of pages 47 to 49 and the back page. That is now admitted as exhibit P-583 and will be marked confidential.
MFI-36 consists of two pages of a document that was formerly exhibit 210 in the RUF case. This document is entitled "RUFP/SL", it's addressed to Daniel I Opande and it's headed "Response" and signed by Issa Sesay, dated 7 December 2000, together with a cover page, with the various ERN numbers. That is now admitted as exhibit P-584.
MFI-37 is a BBC News web page dated 7 December 2000, and the article is entitled "Hundreds killed in Guinea attack." And this consists of two pages also, and this is now admitted as exhibit P-585.
MFI-38 is a closed session testimony out of the RUF trial of 6 November 2007, consisting of pages 62 to 64 and the back page. That is now admitted as exhibit P-586 and will be marked confidential.
MFI-39 is the agreement on - a document entitled "The agreement on ceasefire and cessation of hostilities between the Government of the Republic of Sierra Leone and the Revolutionary United Front, also known as Abuja I", and the date on this agreement is 10 November 2000. The document consists of four pages and that is now admitted as exhibit P-587.
MFI-40 is a very short video clip showing Foday Sankoh and it's taken out of the documentary, "Blood diamonds". That is now admitted as exhibit P-588.
MFI-41 is a web page out of the address, britains-smallwars.com, and the article is entitled "Gun fight at Rokel Creek, Operation Barras". This article consists of two pages, and that is now admitted as exhibit P-589.
MFI-42 is a Security Council document, S/2001/857, dated 7 September 2001, and it is the eleventh report of the Secretary-General on the United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone. It consists of pages 1, 2, 3, 4, 7 and the annex to the report. That is now admitted as exhibit P-590.
[Exhibits P-570 to P-590 admitted]
MFI-43 is a document - we are now back to the Defence exhibits. It's a document entitled "Conditions of detention of Mr Taylor while in prison", it's dated 23 August 2010 and it's a letter addressed to Courtenay Griffiths QC, signed by the Registrar of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, consisting of one page. That is now admitted as D-445.
MFI-44 was a piece of paper on which the witness Sesay drew various sizes of diamonds and small diamonds and depicting one 14 carat diamond size, of the sizes of diamonds that the RUF confiscated from Johnny Paul Koroma in the witness's opinion. That is now admitted as exhibit D-446.
And lastly was the map of Sierra Leone upon which the witness marked showing the route that the Guinean ECOMOG at Port Loko would have taken in providing reinforcement in Freetown in January 1999 and the positions that the RUF would have taken at Gberi Bridge to block them. And this is now admitted as exhibit D-447.
[Exhibits D-445 to D-447 admitted]
Now, Mr Sesay, we have come to the end of your testimony and I want to thank you for your patience and your testimony, and we just wish you a safe journey back to Rwanda.
I think we will take an early break - sorry, it's five minutes to the break now.
[Break taken at 11.00 a.m.]
[Upon resuming at 11.32 a.m.]