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

Well, by that time when we got there, there was a huge population there. The meeting was going on before us. Although - well, as they were talking, I can only understand a little. Tejan Kabbah first spoke. He welcomed them there. Then he put a state of emergency.

After they had spoken, Foday Sankoh did not want that one put, but it did not hold sway. So when he spoke, he sat down. Johnny Paul too spoke and he sat down. He just told the international community thanks, and he said he was going by the law.

After the meeting, it was Johnny Paul who first went to his house. We stayed there with Foday Sankoh at Tejan Kabbah's lodge. Can I stop there for now?

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