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

No, your Honour. I know that she didn't say "a few". And certainly not "stones". She may not have used the word "huge" but she did say "a diamond". And my recollection may not be accurate on the size part. She might have said "large", she might have just said "a diamond", it might have been "a huge diamond." It wasn't "several diamonds", and it certainly wasn't "stones in the night". Because why would - I mean stones in the night? Why would she give stones to Nelson Mandela's children's charity? That wasn't it. It was a diamond. And if I thought there were more than one, I would say so. She said "a diamond". And I guess now there are more, but that wasn't what was said that morning.

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