Yes, and I would read it - your Honour, I have found a portion of the transcript that might elucidate and clarify this. It's on page 10969 through 70 and the witness is shown the document, ERN 00008221 and at line 24 of page 10969 the question is posed by Mr Werner:
"Q. Now and have you seen that document before when you
were in the RUF?
A. No, sir.
Q. And if you look at the first six lines, the first sort
of paragraph, do you recognise what this is?
A. Yes, sir."
Over to page 10970:
"Q. What is that?
A. It is sent by his directive, Gaya and Yengema must be
burned down to the ground level after capturing there and
they should not spare even a toilet in those two towns.
Q. Now, Mr Witness, when you say a letter from the Lion,
who is the Lion?
A. That is Foday Sankoh.
Q. To Captain Ben. Who is Captain Ben?
A. That was the Black Guard security who was with Foday
And then a question going down is posed about the date and then on page 10971 in reference to the same document Mr Werner poses the question:
"Q. Now, when you look at this message is this message
consistent with what you learned when you were in Peyama?"
And then the Presiding Justice poses a question and Mr Werner rephrases it and the question becomes on line 16 of page 10971:
"Q. Was this message consistent with what you had been
told by people coming back from the Gaya and Yengema
attack? Is that consistent with that?
A. Yes, sir, because when they brought the materials they
told us that they had burnt down Gaya and Yengema down to
ground level and I have seen ground level in this message.
Yes, sir, it is consistent."
That was the witness's response; that the message was consistent with what he had been told about the attacks and that is one of the bases upon which I was proceeding: