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

And first of all it's - it reaches other villages. In the transcript reference here, and perhaps again it's not necessary to pull it up, but it's 7 June 2010, page 42182 at line 21. You gave the following answer. You said:

"Because as the war was pushing closer to bigger towns in Sierra Leone, say Bo, Kenema, Bo is the second city of Sierra Leone, then there was these rumours that rebels were burning down villages and Liberians were involved, so anybody that has Liberian connection was a threat."

My question about that is what were the rumours that you had heard about rebels burning down villages? Can you explain that, please?

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