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

Yes, I did. I investigated a case and there was an execution of one of our fighters who went into a Lebanese store in Ganta and hid himself in the store by night, he crept on a man and knocked the head of the man from the back while the man was leaving his bed in the morning to prepare his coffee. They were about three and took away a huge sum of money from this man and two of them escaped. The last man did not escape because he was kind of drunk because he took a lot of liquor and he was arrested, and I ordered to move in and investigate this man and I set up a team of investigators to investigate. He was guilty. He admitted that he was in the group that went to kill this man. So I reported that to headquarters and I was ordered that if he's guilty he should be executed, by Taylor.

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