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

Well, my response is ordinarily that would be the case, but if the effect of cross-examination was to leave the record in more confusion I am entitled to clarify what the witness's position is on an issue. We have the witness before the Court, once he leaves the witness box there is no way to clarify these things and it's a simple matter for him to clarify and if cross-examination has left his information in confusion, or capable of mischaracterisation, it is incumbent on us to clarify it.

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