And this individual went on to say this in answer to this question:
"Q. At the meeting was there any other discussion about
SAJ Musa? Apart from the fact that Sam Bockarie had made a
complaint to Mr Taylor?
A. Yes. Mr Bockarie made us to understand that that man
should not live to tell the story."
And on the next page he said:
"A. He" - that being Bockarie - "said we should go all
out to ensure that that man should not live to tell the
story. He said" - line 23 - "we should only be able to
get him when there was a mission, when there was an
operation going on. He" - that being Bockarie - "even made
us to understand that that was something he was discussing
with Gullit; that during any mission that man should not
live, he should die because he was a traitor, he referred
to him as a traitor."
And it goes on, page 9429:
"A. In the military terms, they said it should be during
operations, you know, if they will mean arms he should die
during the battle. He should be shot."
Now, do you recall Sam Bockarie - let me start again, my fault. Where did SAJ Musa die?