The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia.
I meant wherever we were taken to, right up to Magbeni they were with us.
I meant that RUF were there and the AFRCs were there as well, and even civilians.
I don't think I have anything to say here because I don't recall them giving me any money like that or even saying something like that to me.
No, I was not.
Nobody ever gave me - in fact I have never heard about this lost wages, never.
No, not me.
They never gave me money for lost wages, never.
I am not aware of lost wages but transport, yes, fine.
Yes. At Magbeni, yes. They were a mixed group, all throughout our journey.
Yes, because all of us were in the same place.
No, no. Because the age I gave was just some estimation because you can see somebody, a person can be mature but maybe the person may not be up to 15 years. It was just an estimation that I made.
Yes, I'm referring to those that I saw where I was. That was what I was talking about.
We were walking and I can recall they killed some nuns, it was not in my presence but I heard it. And that is all.
Almost seven months.
After Magbeni, no, a lady escaped with me back to Freetown.
Yes, yes, but I don't know because I cannot see the letters clearly.
Okay. No, no. I thought it was this.
No, there is no name here.
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