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

Because, as I said, I did not interpret the presence of a skull - and not a head - at that particular point as it was interpreted as a symbol, and knowing that I had also seen skulls in fraternal organisations that are western I felt that there was nothing wrong with a skull.

I am not talking about - and I may as well clear this up. I am not talking about hundreds of skulls scattered all over the place. We are talking about at certain strategic junctions you may see a skull. I am not talking about not more than I would say a handful of strategic points where there would be such, but I had seen skulls before in university in the United States in fraternal organisations. I knew I had seen skulls in fraternal well-known organisations. Quite frankly, it could be considered a bad judgment. I did not consider it a bad judgment and I did not order them removed.

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