What Morris Kallon testified to in his own trial in open session, he was asked on 11 April 2008 at page 51, line 2, who he was abducted by and he said:
"A. Those who were mining the roadblock, actually they
were NPFL fighters. We were forced - we were four West African national in that very vehicle together with some
Lebanese. When they break the vehicle they ask everybody
to alight the vehicle. When we came down, I was the
Sierra Leonean, and then we have - I was with another two
Ghanaian and one Senegalese. Make four. Immediately we
came down from that vehicle. And the two Ghanaian, one
Ghanaian and one Senegalese, they were executed on the
spot. Myself and the other Ghanaians, actually if you can
look my hand, I was very tied with twine cable. They hit
with me a gun, you see the mark on my forehead. And when
they asked for our passport, they saw my passport was
Sierra Leonean. And they say we, the Sierra Leonean,
especially Salone, we have hosted the ECOMOG, our
President, JS Momoh, and that the ECOMOG are flying from
Freetown bombing the people of Liberia. For this reason
they were going to kill me. But on that very day, very
fortunately to me, one of their top commander came, which I
cannot recall his name now. He said they are to take me at
their camp, which they call Habba Hill."
And that was spelled, and he said:
"I was taken there, I was detained together with this
Ghanaian. The next morning they came and collect this
Ghanaian. I heard the gunshot. I never saw this Ghanaian
guy again. About in the evening time I saw an old man, has
very nice white beard colour. He came to the detention.
He introduced himself at that time called Pa Morlai which I
came to know was Corporal Foday Sankoh. He spoke very nice
Sierra Leone Krio to me."
And without reading any more, Mr Witness, he then explains that he later meets Mike Lamin while he's in detention at Kakata and he's taken with others to Gbarnga, Far East. Perhaps I should read that. Starting at line 10:
"A. Later I came to know him as one Major Mike Lamin. He
was the one who came. We were four Sierra Leonean in that
detention but we were not together. Myself, a guy called
Jonathan Kposowa, Daniel OK George and one Pa Momoh Kallon,
one Fatou Kallon, were all in that detention."
Let me stop for a moment. Mr Witness, do you know all of these four as vanguards, Jonathan Kposowa, Daniel OK George, Pa Momoh Kallon and Fatou Kallon?