At 9.30 the Prosecution continued the examination of Witness Aruna Gbona, who was asked to elaborate on his testimony of yesterday. Gbona testified about the treatment of civilians who were forced to work for the RUF and about the killing of more than 50 people, including his brother, by the RUF in Kailahun. The Defense did not have any questions for this Witness.
Subsequently, the Prosecution called Prosecution Witness TF1-275 (Insider) Foday Lansana to the stand to testify in open session. Prosecutor Christopher Santora questioned him regarding his background and how he came to Monrovia as a radio operator for the NPFL. Lansana recounted a meeting that took place in the radio room where he was doing his work as a radio operator. Charles Taylor was meeting with members of his Special Forces, including Domingo and Mustapha Jallow. At the end of the meeting Charles Taylor said that he would inform the world that Sierra Leone had been used as a base to kill his people.
At 11.30 a.m. the Court adjourned until 12.00 a.m. when the Prosecution will continue the examination.