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

Yes, they did. First, the first call I received was from International Alert who had actually taken the peace process as a special project. Dr Kumar himself called me asking me what had happened. I told him, I said, "Well, the whole world knows that Sankoh has given his back to the peace process, so we can no longer continue to have him as our leader." Then Dr Anafu called me from London. He also called me to ask about the change of leadership. I confirmed it with him. Mr Dinka, who was also a man of the moral guarantor, asked us for confirmation. I gave them the confirmations. Then they told the Foreign Minister to ask us what next. They told the Foreign Minister of Cote d'Ivoire, Mr Amara Essy, to ask us what next. Mr Dinka told the Foreign Minister of Cote d'Ivoire to ask us what next. Mr Amara Essy called us to a meeting and asked us what next. The first thing he said is, "Are you sure that those boys are with you?" I did not - I was not able to assess the level at which the boys had been entranced by Sankoh. I did not mention that one at all. I said, yes, they will be with us because --

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