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

What I meant was that the government at the time seeking - hungry for trying to publish - I mean to polish its image was trying to make - was making pronouncements that would soothe the international community, because one of the demands from the international community for cooperation with the new government then was press freedom; you know, freedom of opinion. So the government was making pronouncements. Meanwhile, in practice it's actions were diametrically opposed to its pronouncements. The government's actions were diametrically opposed to the government's pronouncements. That's what I meant when I said in theory, because it was saying one thing and actually doing quite the contrary.

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