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

Can I make it clear. My position, at any rate, is not to overburden everybody with reams of paper. Quite apart from the financial waste that that involves, but I am trying to do exactly what Justice Lussick has just indicated and I have already put to him material from an interview that he accepted, eventually, that he had said. It is for that reason that I am trying to avoid - I am not criticising anyone for doing it, but I am trying to avoid burdening everybody with great piles of paper, only one or two lines of which we are looking at in any particular interview. I will certainly give the witness an opportunity to look at anything that he challenges and indeed it would be in breach of my professional obligations, domestic and international, not to give him that opportunity. If I can go back now to the question:

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