The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia.
Thank you, ma'am.
No, I wouldn't recall that.
It was on 5 January.
It was on 6 January that he came to our house.
I do not know.
Well, it was the woman who trained us and who sent us to go and fight in Kurubonla.
Well, I do not know about that.
Well, I wouldn't tell whether any of them was released.
No, they did not release me.
I was in Masiaka.
Whilst we were in Lunsar he said that the rebels should release all the civilians.
Well, he announced about what the rebel commander said.
Well, it was James who told his boys that all of us should go on a food finding mission.
Well, it was James. It was when the women will go and complain to him, he would always say, "Oh, you have to bear up with them. These people are your husbands".
No, I wouldn't know.
It was the rebels who captured them.
No, I do not remember.
I disagree with that.
Yes, I believe that it is spoken there.
Yes, I want to believe so.
Yes, that was what he said.
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