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

We had a unit that was called the combat medics. They were responsible for the medicines. It was a unit that was in charge of the sick or the wounded and if there were no drugs we will know that there were no drugs. And if we went to the hospital we will know that there were no drugs. But if drugs came again we will know that drugs had come because the materials that Colonel Jungle brought, he will always take them to the headquarters, to Mosquito, and the radio operators who were at the headquarters will easily reveal the messages to the various front lines and they will tell us that the medicines or the drugs have arrived and that so and so person has brought some materials. Because sometimes soldiers were sick and sometimes I was also sick and if we had wounded soldiers and there were no medicines and we later hear that medicines had arrived then we will send the soldiers to the combat medics. That was how we knew.

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