The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia.
Thank you, your Honours.
No, there wasn't an interpreter.
She was speaking English and I was speaking the Liberian language.
It was in Liberian English.
I can understand English a little bit.
I told you that, yes, I spoke to Benjamin Yeaten where he said he gave a letter of appointment to Sam Bockarie to be given to me.
Yes, because the plane that we took to go to Liberia, they say I cannot go to Liberia so --
I received a ticket. It was not that it was given to me in cash in bulk, no.
That was for my affairs.
I cannot estimate, sir.
Not even close to it.
Which section, sir?
Please, sir. Your Honours, I want you to repeat the question, sir.
I don't remember that name, sir.
I don't remember.
I can't recall that name.
I don't remember that.
What do you mean driven? From where to where?
Your Honours, can he repeat? He is not audible enough.
No, I never knew.
No, please, I want you to repeat the time? Is it the time ULIMO was in control, or the time after the elections?
The RUF never had any contacts to cross into Liberia.
The RUF --
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