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

I don't imagine that the witness would have, at this stage, a precise recollection of exactly what he said and, as Justice Lussick has just pointed out, in answer to my question "or words to that effect", the witness has agreed. As far as I am concerned, that is an end of this matter. The Prosecution have a right of re-examination. If they want to put some other part of this interview to him, they can. The witness has agreed that he said words to that effect. I will, for one last time, put exactly what I am reading from the page, exactly as it appears to him.

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