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

Mr Witness, reading the top of that document it says "Civilian Women and Officer in Charge" and then there is a list going from numbers 138 to 171 on this page. I am just going to read the first few lines. It appears to be Tenneh Tua, that is T-E-N-N-E-H T-U-A is how I would read it and then "Major Sam MP Commander" next to that name. The next line 139 "Agness", A-G-N-E-S-S, "Francis", next to that line "MP Sergeant Francis Amara. It appears to be A-M-A-R-A to the best that I can decipher the handwriting. Sir, as someone who was working in Kono at that time with the RUF, can you tell us why there would be a list "Civilian Women and Officer in Charge"? What would that mean to you?

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