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

In response the only thing I can say is that it is precisely for this reason why I would like to elicit from the witness the circumstances and how this was created and then that will go to the final weight of this potential exhibit. It is just that to put the witness to draw it in court itself, some witnesses - I think it is within the prerogative of the Prosecution to present its case and how they present it and whether or not - whatever weight your Honours give to that at the end of the case will be considered, but at this point with this particular witness the decision by the Prosecution was to have this map created outside of court and then have her talk about it in the Court itself. I still would enquire as to whether or not - there is no particular procedure that has been adopted, as far as I know, in terms of the rules as to how this is done. There is no --

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