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

I did have a brief discussion with counsel for the Prosecution and he led me to believe that whatever manner we propose, that is the Defence proposes, to the extent it doesn't disclose the information that they're concerned about, that that would be sufficient for them. We have considered Justice Lussick's proposal. The concern that we have is that memory often fails and we might forget down the road to seek leave to make the necessary introductions into evidence.

I would propose that I simply write as we would in an open session that a copy of such and such exhibit was shown to the witness on this day by the Defence and perhaps put the - I don't know if they have the transcript reference at the point where he made references to the document. Basically it's like showing him a photograph that's in evidence and he makes a comment about it. I would respectfully propose I don't have to introduce a new photograph.

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