Yes. The frequent communication that was between Sam Bockarie and Gullit was in relation to ammunition. That is, Gullit was requesting for ammunition from Sam Bockarie. That caused Sam Bockarie to contact Benjamin Yeaten for him to send some ammunition for us. And Sam Bockarie was unable to go on that trip, so Five-Zero told him if he was unable to go he should send someone to receive some materials. Then Mosquito was really not able to go because he was very busy coordinating the front lines.
At that time I, one Yellow Man and Victor, we went again to Monrovia. We went again to Monrovia. In fact, that was just about two days after the Freetown invasion. Two days after the Freetown - after 6 January, sometime around that. That was when we went back to Monrovia to go for some ammunition. We went and entered to Benjamin Yeaten. That is where we were until in the late evening.
In the evening, Benjamin Yeaten came back to the house and collected us. He collected us, I and Victor and Yellow Man, and we went with a pick-up and was filled with ammunition, about 25 boxes of ammunition, some RPG bombs and some grenades, right at White flower. That was the second time for me to get materials or ammunition directly from White Flower. We collected the ammunition and went - all I can say is it took about 36 hours to go and return.