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Very well. Now help us with this as well. Look again at that paragraph, please. Do you notice four lines from the bottom of the paragraph - let me read it carefully so that you understand. Remember earlier in the paragraph you're talking about this man telling you about the diamonds, then four lines from the bottom you say this:

"Master General saw the diamonds when Sam Bockarie was taking his clothes off before getting his hair cut in Sierra Leone. It was a small mayonnaise jar that was full of diamonds."

Help us with this, Mr Sherif, why does that sentence not read, "I, Sherif, saw the bottle of diamonds"? Why doesn't it say that?

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