And there's something else you said that doesn't make sense to us. This is what you said. I'm going to read to you what you said. They asked the witness at the time of the robbery of the bank, where was Quiwonkpa? And the witness answered - no. Wait. They asked the witness:
"What did Quiwonkpa have anything to do with the robbing of the bank?"
The witness answers in the way:
"The reason is he was the commanding general of the Armed Forces of Liberia and his assignment was changed. So he was transferred to his village because he was to his village and the scene of the accident - of the crime was near a village, so therefore they incriminated us."
What does that mean? Is that what the witness said? Mr Chekera, I ask you: What does that mean?