No. Day broke. 6 January I took out my wares and I was selling. I was there for the whole day and in the evening, because I do not pack my wares early. After people leave the workplace, that is the time I make sales. We were there up to 12. After 12, I packed my wares. When I packed them I took them inside. After that I closed, but we had a policeman who had rented with us called Alimamy, he was a policeman, but he had gone for late duty.
When he knocked the door I opened. That was around half-past-1. When I opened for him he entered. As he was going he told me not to close the door, let me wait for him, he was coming to buy something from me, and I said, "Okay, I will be waiting for you outside in the living room." So when he took off his uniform he came back, he met me and he bought some alcohol. This alcohol that he bought we sat and he asked for a tumbler and I gave it to him and he put some in it and he gave me and I said, "No, I am all right. I don't want any more." He said, "Okay", but he can't finish it. Then I said, "Okay, if you can't, you can come for it in the morning."
So he was sitting there drinking. When we were sitting there it was approaching quarter-to-2 when we heard the sound of a gun by that Crazy Yard area. Then I said, "Oh, Alimamy, I have heard the sound of a gun." Then Alimamy said, "Maybe it is for security reasons." Then I said, Oh, well, okay." Then I told him, "Let's listen."
It was not long and then we heard another gunshot again. Then he said, "Mm, we don't know what is happening." So we were sitting down, we were sitting down there and he said he was going up, and I said okay. It was not long, then we heard voices. Some people were singing [Temne spoken].