Well, you did. You did on page 21402 at line 20 onwards you said:
"Yes, because even when I was in Gorahun Tonkia before I went when the coup took place he was the first person to let me know. He, Jusu. He said that the military had retaken over the government and that there was tendency that the RUF would join the military, they would form a team. I'm referring to the AFRC. And he himself had the willingness, that is Lieutenant Jusu, he had the willingness to take me to Kenema."
Then Justice Sebutinde asked you, "What was the word you used? Did you say tendency?", and you said:
"Yes, at that time it had not confirmed it to me yet that such was going on. He had not confirmed it to me yet that the RUF had joined them. It was in the morning - it was the following morning that I heard on the radio that Pa Sankoh had said - I heard that directly from Pa Sankoh when he said the RUF should join forces with the AFRC."
You're then asked by Mr Santora, "What do you mean by the word tendency?", and you said:
"It means maybe. It was not certain. He did not tell me the RUF had already joined forces. He said maybe the RUF would join forces. There was likelihood. He was not very sure", and he is Lieutenant Jusu.
Now you were making it clear in your evidence, were you not, that very shortly after the AFRC coup occurred, when Foday Sankoh issued the broadcast, you heard that broadcast on the radio and you spoke to Lieutenant Jusu who told you that it was likely, but it hadn't yet happened, that the RUF would join the AFRC?