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

Continuing with your response, this is at line 13 of the same page, 38350:

"Though we were AFL, we gave us our own name, Jungle Fire Quick Reaction Force. So who knows, it could have been the same thing that happened within the police section. But I know that there was SOD, Special Operations Division. It could have been that it was the commander or the director who had some other things to be done somewhere, so he sent those people to go and put situation under control quickly. So he might have given them that particular name. That does not have to be the concern of the President."

Mr Vincent, in your experience while you were with the AFL, when units would give themselves specialised names did such occurrences become matters of common knowledge to the President of Liberia?

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