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

I could be in the meeting, but for the reason that by virtue of my position nobody would have asked me to move out. But when they knew that I was present in the meeting and there were certain things they never had wanted me to understand about they would forget about that for that moment and later they would meet with Mr Taylor and they would discuss it mouth to ear. And when the directors were in the meeting and certain security discussions in relation to the nation, by virtue of my position, nobody stopped me by virtue of my position as assistant director of operation. Is that clear now?

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