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

Yes. It was the militia and the relationship between the militia and the AFL was close, because at the time the AFL, the national army, the Armed Forces of Liberia, was not too strong, and secondly some commanders from the AFL, the national army, like Christopher Varmoh, Liberian Mosquito, he was one of the battalion commanders in the 6th Battalion in Lofa County. At the same time he was one of the chiefs of staff for the militia forces, army division. Like the late Stanley, he was battalion commander 7th Battalion Lofa County. He was one of the chiefs of staff for the militia forces. So they had a cordial relationship between them.

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