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

They were doing it individually after the instruction because at first I was taking the arms and ammunition. That was a group material, a group of arms and ammunition that we had kept. I took them to Monrovia and after he met Sam Bockarie he later called me and instructed me that no arms must come to Monrovia again. He said, "You should go to Lofa and talk to the former combatants, that they should feel free and that anybody who had arms and that I have given some money to Sam Bockarie, he will send some commanders or he himself will come and buy them from them", or that anybody who wanted to go to RUF territory with his arms to sell it, "Nobody will disturb you, nobody will do anything else to you so, if you want to, you can go there and do your transaction." That was what he said.

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