Man, your Honours, M-A-N, and Cote d'Ivoire,
Q. And what happened, Mr Witness, when this plane landed
in Man in Cote d'Ivoire?
A. When the plane landed at Cote d'Ivoire in Man, I and
the five ex-soldiers, we joined Charles Taylor's soldiers
to take out the arms and ammunition from the plane and put
them in a truck.
Q. If what if anything happened after that, Mr Witness?
A. When we put the arms and ammunitions in the truck,
after we finished doing that, then the plane and some of
the Burkina soldiers who escorted the plane returned back
with the plane and we joined Charles Taylor's convoy and
went with him to Liberia. We went by Danane. It's a
village called Danane in Cote d'Ivoire. When we left
Danane we came to Loguato border, which was the border
between Liberia and Cote d'Ivoire."
Then Mr Verner gives the spelling of Danane and Loguato.
"Q. And, Mr Witness, what if anything happened after that?
A. After that we continue with Charles Taylor's convoy to
his town where - the town he was in control, which was his
Q. Do you know the name of those headquarters?
A. His headquarters were at Gbarnga. This was central
part of Liberia."
And he goes on to say how they arrived in the evening. So, Mr Taylor, just so that we are clear, you are supposed to have gone to Burkina Faso where, assisted by some Burkinabe soldiers and also by this man, you loaded arms and ammunition onto a plane, flew them to an airfield in Cote d'Ivoire, transshiped them onto a truck and then took them to Gbarnga. True or false?