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

Well they were many, because there were some Liberian soldiers who moved from Liberia and joined Sam Bockarie in Liberia - I mean in the Ivory Coast, so I can say the fighters were around 300, including the Liberian fighters. Also, the fighters themselves had their wives. Some had wives in Sierra Leone even before they went with Sam Bockarie to Liberia and then after they had arrived there they called on their wives to meet them there, and some of the fighters who even went to the Ivory Coast also got Ivorian wives there added to what they already had. So Sam Bockarie's fighters had wives.

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