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

Well, now, because now, if we go to someone to beg, the person, no sooner the person sees you he or she will close the door. They will not want to see us. You will sit there for some time, except you decide to move and go ahead. How long will I be doing that?

And I live as far as Waterloo and we bless a woman that offered us some houses where we live there now, and things are not enough there. How would you build a house for someone who has nothing to eat, and except that that person decides to live purely by the grace of God and go to the streets and beg?

So it is better of course they build houses for us, but there is nothing to eat. So those are my few words, but really, it's difficult, those of us the amputees, especially the double amputees.

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