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

I think we would like you, Mr Adenuga, to look into this rather, through you, the Registry to seriously consider Livenote. You say that there are serious budgetary implications but you have not considered the fact that having Livenote would save time and therefore money at the end of the day. Every time we adjourn to go back into the transcript, to find our feet where we are what the witness said yesterday or this morning it's time. It's time taken, and really, I think it's up to the Court and the managers inside the Court to determine whether you are going to save your pounds or your pennies, you see. So could you probably look into this, this issue of Livenote and report to us at the earliest, as to really whether you can't reconsider, reconfiguring the Court to accommodate Livenote.

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