Mr Taylor, you were being questioned I believe by my colleague about this Central Bank, beginning at line 3:
"Q. And when did you change this into the Central Bank of
Liberia? When did that occur?
A. I would say within the first - we would put through
this legislation I think the first few months of my
presidency. I would put this to '98. Around 1998.
Q. Do you recall what part of 1998 that would have been?
A. No, I don't.
Q. So this Central Bank of Liberia had important functions
for the control of currency?
A. Everything, yes.
Q. Credit, money flow?
A. Money flow, yes. It was responsible really for the
monetary control - total monetary control of the country.
Q. I think you said that all revenues that were coming
into the Government of Liberia would be deposited here.
A. At the Central Bank, that is correct.
Q. All revenues? No exceptions?
A. All revenues."
So, Mr Taylor, why did you tell the judges that all revenues came into the Central Bank when we've seen millions of dollars of transactions into this account in the name of Charles G Taylor at the LBDI bank?