The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia. More…

But, Madam President, I have heard your Honours and I will take my seat, but what is important is the witness gave a long rambling answer on this page. Later on, this same sentence is put to the witness, as in who told him what, a few lines down on the same transcript, asking him, "Mr Witness, let's clarify the answer you have given." A few lines down it appears on the text the same phrase is read to the witness and it is unfair to put only one part of the transcript to the witness, but I'll take my seat.

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