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

Charles Ngebeh, if he is the one that I know, your Honour, was one of the people that at the initial point were lacking some holes. That is, what I mean, we were not having ex-parties in certain areas. We go directly to - if an arm is destroyed at the battle front line, where are we going to take it? Because we were not taught armoury. So with that, I thought it was necessary that we get somebody to be trained to become an armourer and among these guys who came, Mewon and the other, there was an old man who was staying with Dopoe Menkarzon. So this old man, I talked to him and said, well, people are coming with arms and we don't have enough. So they were taught at the Executive Mansion as armourers.

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