Okay. Yes. Now, let's go on to another aspect of this witness's evidence. 8 February, 2008, page 3465:
"Q. Mr Witness, you said that he - and you were talking
about Ibrahim Bah - and Abdulai Bah are the same. What do
you mean when you said that? Could you explain to us?
A. What I was saying is that Abdulai Bah, a person of his
own, is also a human being. He is a member of SOFA. He
was the one who was acting as SOFA's chief of staff.
Ibrahim Bah was a member of SOFA. He is also a member of
kafoo. He is also a member of SOFA. These two people -
these two people are all citizens of Casamance, but they
have relatives in the Gambia. These two people were all
members of SOFA group in Libya. I am giving you two names
of different people.
Q. Thank you for that clarification, Mr Witness. Now, at
the time of this meeting, the Gambian meeting, if you know
what, if anything, was Ibrahim Bah doing in Liberia?
A. Let me tell you. Then Ibrahim Bah, he used to go to
Sierra Leone and come back. Ibrahim Bah, when Foday Sankoh
started his war in Sierra Leone, he was a citizen of Gambia
who was given by Charles Taylor to join the war in
Sierra Leone. This was - then I know that Ibrahim Bah used
to go to Sierra Leone. He used to go there, spend some
time there and comes back to Liberia."
Now, starting at the beginning of that, Mr Werner's question:
"Q. You were talking about Ibrahim Bah, you said that he,
and you were talking about Ibrahim Bah, and Abdulai Bah are
the same. Are they?"