A lot of information, sir. For example, about if - for example, there was a time before - there was a time when a man came who was an RUF commander. His name was CO Victor. When Victor came I was at a friend's tailoring shop and he asked us to go and get some palm wine and have some discussion. But it was around 9 o'clock in the morning, so we went and bought the palm wine. We came very closer to my friend's tailor shop and we sat there. He started talking. He told us that he is here to recruit people to go and train in Gbarnga for four weeks and everybody could have - everybody who signed to this particular mission will have from about 500 to $1,000 and this money - half of this money will be paid to you before you go for this training and after the training you could get your balance money.
So after the meeting - of course most of the discussion was about Sierra Leone war, how the war was going on and what they have intended doing, et cetera, et cetera. But Victor told us before we could sign to this particular contract we have to meet with the President's son who was Chucky, the man I called Charles Taylor Junior, sir, but I could have called him Chucky in this case.