No, they were generally soldiers who were assigned under the brigade. And the brigade was the office of the commanding general. Those were soldiers who were assigned under the brigade and who lived on the barracks. Because the rebels entered to the barracks and all soldiers at the barracks jubilated and they welcomed Quiwonkpa. So for that reason they said those of us who were on the barracks were for Quiwonkpa and they said we should kick our football. That was what they said. So from there the man was cut into pieces and they ate him raw. There was no pieces of it left on the ground. And from there they left.