Thank you, Mr Witness. Now, Mr Witness, this morning Defence counsel asked you a question about Sylvester Kaieh and he asked you - I am referring to LiveNote page 44, line 18, to page 45, line 5. Defence counsel asked you:
"Q. Well, you have never suggested that before,
Mr Charles. Do you agree that you have never said before
that nobody heeded what he" - and he was referring to
Sylvester Kaieh - "told them?
A. I said - I said those who were there initially were
listening to him, but the others who came thereafter, the
rebels who were coming never listened to him.
Q. You have never said that before, have you?
A. But what I said that Sylvester was a go-between between
us and the rebels who were there. I said he used to talk
for us. I said that .
Q. And now you are trying to dilute what you have
previously said about Sylvester's ability to sort out
problems between civilians and the rebels, aren't you?"
Do you remember that exchange this morning, Mr Witness?