The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia.
Well, I was not speaking the Liberian language fluently and so I just spoke it - well, I just spoke it little by little.
Well, I heard one of my bosses. He was a driver. He took me there.
No, except in 2002.
I went there in '94, in '95 and even in 2002 I went there again.
Like what question?
Well, I used to visit there frequently --
Well, it was a mixed group.
There were many.
Well, I can say it's Sierra Leone.
Yes, sir. Yes, sir.
Yes, we heard about that.
Well, I'm not aware about that.
I was in Kono.
Well, I did not go that far. I stopped in Class 7.
Well, I can speak Krio and Temne.
Freetown, Scotland Street.
It is 21 November 1975.
A-L-H-A-J-I T-E-J-A-N C-O-L-E.
My name is Alhaji Tejan Cole, sir.
Yes, good afternoon.
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