And the witness's account of these events continues at page 9453 in this way. Line 16, having explained that, after an hour or so, we saw a helicopter coming, it came to Foya, it was flying over Foya:
"Q. Where did it land?
A. Foya airfield.
Q. Can you describe the helicopter, please?
A. It was a military helicopter.
Q. What do you mean by military?
A. It had a green colour.
Q. How many people were in the helicopter?
A. Two pilots and I saw up to five people who alighted
from the helicopter."
"A. Mr Bockarie introduced me to a man whom he said was
Mr Taylor's chief bodyguard. He said his name was Benjamin
Yeaten and they used to call him Director."
"Q. Did you see the person who was the pilot of this
A. Yes, sir.
Q. Can you describe what that person looked like?
A. He was white. They were white people."
And then he goes on line 11:
"They were Ukrainians. Bockarie - later I asked
Mr Bockarie and he said they were Ukrainians."
"Q. Did you know where this helicopter had flown from?"
Over the page, please, 9456:
"A. After the blacks had alighted we went there and
off-loaded the material and put them into the vehicle.
Q. Can you remember what the materials were?"
"A. They were AK rounds and there was RPG rockets and
there were RPG tubes; 40 boxes of AK rounds were there, 10
boxes of RPG tubes and some arms, AK-47s."
Mr Sesay, after the intervention, do you recall the RUF receiving that quantity of material flown by helicopter from Monrovia to Foya, 40 boxes of AK rounds, 10 boxes of RPG rockets?