Yes, and I asked you the question for this reason: On 11 June 2008, Prosecution witness TFI-539 - this is at page 11523, transcript of 11 June 2008. Now, that witness told these judges this, line 14:
"Q. Thank you. Mr Witness, when you got to Buedu now
please tell us what happened when you arrived?
A. Just as we arrived in Buedu and we alighted the vehicle
it was at that time that General Sam Bockarie called on one
of the SLAs who was Colonel Junior Marvin, he called him
immediately and ordered him to take me to the provost
master and that was Colonel Kaisuku and he said he should
hand him over to him immediately and he carried out the
order. He took me to the provost marshal at the MP and
when I got there the provost marshal said they should put
me in the dungeon. When I say dungeon, I mean a hole that
was dug. It was underground and it had a zinc cover on top
of it, and it was in there that I was placed. But I met
people in there: I met Fayia Musa in there; I met Dr
Jalloh; I met Palmer; and I met a lady whom they said was
Foday Sankoh's wife. I met them in the hole. I was crying
then. One amongst the people who were in the hole, Palmer,
advised me, saying that 'Oh, my friend, don't start crying
here. In here people don't cry. You are better off
because you are just coming in here. I have been here for
years. So all I will advise you is for you to shut up and
then patient, you wait and see what is going to happen.'
But I was refused. I was there for four days."
Did anything like that happen?