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Friday, 30 December 2011

AUDIO TAPE TEST # TEN, “THEFT OF THE NINE BOTTLES OF BRANDY”


AUDIO TAPE TEST # TEN
THEFT OF THE NINE BOTTLES OF BRANDY
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AUDIO TAPE TEST # TENTHEFT OF THE NINE BOTTLES OF BRANDY
You will hear an audio script concerning a mission-related topic. This script will be followed by a conversation between two persons. This conversation will relate to the script, you will hear the tape only once. You will make notes of the script and of the conversation. From these notes you will be instructed either to answer 10 (ten) questions or complete a written report of the incident.  Good Luck
PAUSE
On the 22nd day of January, 2006 the LNP Central station received a complaint about a theft that had taken place at the Liberian/Sierra Leonean boarder. One Liberian male by name Emmanuel who resides in Sierra Leone stated that he usually buys Brandy from Sierra Leone which he sells in Liberia. He has been in this business for five years. His wife divorced him in year 2002, leaving behind their two children. The children live with him abroad and it is from this business, he gets money to feed, clothe, and educate the children.

He got to the Sierra Leone/Liberian border on 20th January with nine Boxes of Brandy. Each box contained twelve (12) bottles of brandy. He gave the nine boxes of Brandy and a bag containing two thousand, five hundred and forty five Liberian Dollars to the Driver of a Red Honda Accord sedan with License plate number TY 234 to transport to Monrovia. Each box of brandy costs 500 US Dollars. The Driver advised him to walk across the Border and wait for him under the big Mango tree located about 30 meters on the Liberian side of the Border. This, he told him was for Security reasons because there is a new Government in Liberia and things have changed. He believed the Driver and did exactly as he told him.

He went on to say that he waited under the Mango tree for one hour, but the Driver did not show up. He went back across the border and was told that the Driver had since left the Border. An Immigrations Officer told him that he saw the red Honda Accord heading towards Monrovia on the sandy road east of the Border. It then became clear to him that the Driver meant to steal his Brandy and money because no one goes to Monrovia through that road.
Emmanuel then boarded a cab to Monrovia and went straight to the motor park to wait for the Driver, with the hope that he will show up there. He looked around and asked all the commercial Drivers in the Park. No one knew where the Driver lived.

Two days later, while he was walking along Central Street, he saw the same car driven by the same Driver, but the License plate has been changed. The new number was TB 555. He recognized the Driver because the traffic was heavy forcing all vehicles to a stand still. The Driver was still wearing the same clothes he had worn on that day (A Dark blue Sleeveless T shirt, a black fez cap and a pair of blue jeans trousers). Luckily, he saw two UN Police Officers and one LNP Officer on joint patrol in a red and white Toyota Land cruiser jeep with License plate number 864. He ran to them and requested them to assist him. The LNP officer contacted the Driver and asked him to follow them to the Central Police station. Twenty minutes later, the Driver and the LNP Officer together with Emmanuel in the Red Honda Accord and the two UN Police Officers in the Toyota jeep arrived Central Police station.

When he was questioned by the Officer on duty, the Driver admitted taking the nine boxes of brandy and the bag containing money.

THE FOLLOWING CONVERSATION WAS A DIALOGUE BETWEEN THE STATION OFFICER AND EMMANUEL.

What is your name? Are you a Liberian? Please tell me where you live sir.

My name is Emmanuel. I am a Liberian citizen, but my two children and I live in Sierra Leone.

Why is it just your children? Where is their mother?

We divorced in the year 2000.

For how long have you been in this business of buying and selling brandy?

I have been in the business for five good years. It is from this business that I get money to feed, clothe and educate my children.

On what date did this Driver steal your goods.

 It was on the 20th January, 2006 that my goods were stolen.

Please tell me, what exactly was stolen

There were nine boxes containing twelve bottles of brandy each and a bag containing Two Thousand, five hundred and forty Liberian Dollars.

Why did you leave the Driver with your goods?

The Driver advised me to leave everything with him and walk empty handed across the border. He told me to wait for him under a mango tree 30 meters from the border, on the Liberian side. According to him, this was for security reasons because things have changed with the new Government in Liberia.

What type of car did he use?

A red Honda accord sedan with registration number TY 234

Did he eventually come with you goods?

No Sir. I waited for him for one hour. He did not show up. I then went back to where I had left him.

Did you see him?

I did not see him. An Immigration officer told me that he saw the red car heading towards Monrovia, on the sandy road east of the border.

You must have felt so bad then.

Yes. I felt very bad. I had to board a cab to the motor park in Monrovia, hopping that I was going to see him there. He could not be seen.


Why the man is here now?

Today, as I was walking along the Central street, Monrovia I saw a red car. I was not sure it was the car because the License plate was not the same. The number, this time was 555. But when I looked inside the car I saw that it was the same Driver I have been looking for.

How could you have recognized him so easily?

The traffic was heavy and all vehicles were not moving at that time. So, I was able to have a good look at the Driver. I saw then that he was wearing the same clothes he wore on the day of the incident. (A dark blue sleeveless T shirt, a fez cap and a pair of blue jeans trousers)

What did you do then?

I saw a Police patrol vehicle with a combine team of UN Police and Liberian Police Officer. They were also stuck in the heavy traffic. That made it easy for me to run to them for help. And they were so helpful to assist in bringing us here.

Than you for all that you have told me. The Duty Officer is questioning the Suspect and he so far admitted taking all the things you mentioned. The questioning is still on. I shall get back to you later.

Thank you Sir. Please do your best to recover my goods and my money.

AUDIO TAPE TEST # 10, QUESTION PAPER“A”
THEFT OF THE NINE BOTTLES OF BRANDY

Family Name: …………………… First Name: ……………………… CP…………...........
Country: ………………………… Date………………………………………………........

Q1:      What complaint did the LNP Central police station receive on 22nd January, 2006?
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Q2:      Where does Emmanuel reside?
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Q3:      How many bottles of brandy were there all together?
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Q4:      Describe the car that was used by the run away driver?
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Q5:      What was the value of the stolen brandy?
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Q6:      Which road did the driver take to Monrovia?
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Q7:      What was the driver wearing on the day of the theft?
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Q8:      Who did Emmanuel ask for assistance when he saw the driver?
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Q9:      Haw far is the mango tree from the border?
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Q10:    What else did the driver run steal from Emmanuel?
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Score
/10
Percentage
100%
Tester
Name





Tester
CP


AUDIO TAPE TEST # 10, QUESTION PAPER“B”
THEFT OF THE NINE BOTTLES OF BRANDY

Family Name: …………………… First Name: ……………………… CP…………...........
Country: ………………………… Date……………………………………………….........

Q1:      Describe the car that was used by the runaway driver?
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Q2:      Which road did the driver take to Monrovia?
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Q3:      Who did Emmanuel ask for assistance when he saw the driver?
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Q4:      What complaint did the LNP Central police station receive on 22nd January, 2006?
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Q5:      How far is the mango tree from the border?
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Q6:      What was the driver wearing on the day of the theft?
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Q7:      Where does Emmanuel reside?
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Q8:      What else did the driver run steal from Emmanuel?
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Q9:      What was the value of the stolen brandy?
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Q10:    How many bottles of brandy were there all together?
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Score
/10
Percentage
100%
Tester
Name





Tester
CP





AUDIO TAPE TEST # 10, QUESTION PAPER“C”
THEFT OF THE NINE BOTTLES OF BRANDY

Family Name: …………………… First Name: ……………………… CP…………...........
Country: ………………………… Date………………………………………………........

Q1:      How far is the mango tree from the border?  
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Q2:      What was the driver wearing on the day of the theft?            
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Q3:      What was the value of the stolen brandy?       
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Q4:      What else did the driver run steal from Emmanuel? 
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Q5:      What complaint did the LNP Central police station receive on 22nd January, 2006?
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Q6:      Describe the car that was used by the runaway driver?
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Q7:      Who did Emmanuel ask for assistance when he saw the driver?      
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Q8:      How many bottles of brandy were there all together?
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Q9:      Where does Emmanuel reside?
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Q10:    Which road did the driver take to Monrovia?
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Score
/10
Percentage
100%
Tester
Name





Tester CP



ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 10, PAPER“A”
THEFT OF THE NINE BOTTLES OF BRANDY

Q1:      What complaint did the LNP Central police station receive on 22nd January, 2006?
              A theft that had taken place in the Liberian/ Sierra Leonean border
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Q2:      Where does Emmanuel reside?
             Sierra Leon
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Q3:      How many bottles of brandy were there all together?
            108 bottles
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Q4:      Describe the car that was used by the run away driver?
A red Honda Accord Sedan car with license plate number TY 234
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Q5:      What was the value of the stolen brandy?
            500 US Dollars
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Q6:      Which road did the driver take to Monrovia?
             The sandy road, east of the border
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Q7:      What was the driver wearing on the day of the theft?          
A dark blue sleeveless T shirt, a black fez cap and a pair blue jeans   trousers
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Q8:      Who did Emmanuel ask for assistance when he saw the driver?
Two UN police officers and one LNP officer on joint patrol
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Q9:      How far is the mango tree from the border?
30 meters
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Q10:    What else did the driver run steal from Emmanuel?
A bag containing 2,545 Liberian Dollars
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ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 10, PAPER“B”
THEFT OF THE NINE BOTTLES OF BRANDY

Q1:      Describe the car that was used by the run away driver?
A red Honda Accord Sedan car with license plate number TY 234
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Q2:      Which road did the driver take to Monrovia?
The sandy road, east of the border
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Q3:      Who did Emmanuel ask for assistance when he saw the driver?
Two UN police officers and one LNP officer on joint patrol
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Q4:      What complaint did the LNP Central police station receive on 22nd January, 2006?
A theft that had taken place in the Liberian/ Sierra Leonean border
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Q5:      How far is the mango tree from the border?
30 meters
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Q6:      What was the driver wearing on the day of the theft?
A dark blue sleeveless T shirt, a black fez cap and a pair blue jeans trousers
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Q7:      Where does Emmanuel reside?
Sierra Leon
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Q8:      What else did the driver run steal from Emmanuel?
A bag containing 2,545 Liberian Dollars    
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Q9:      What was the value of the stolen brandy?
500 US Dollars
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Q10:    How many bottles of brandy were there all together?
108 bottles               
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ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 10, PAPER“C”
THEFT OF THE NINE BOTTLES OF BRANDY

Q1:      How far is the mango tree from the border?
30 meters
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Q2:      What was the driver wearing on the day of the theft?
A dark blue sleeveless T shirt, a black fez cap and a pair blue jeans trousers
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Q3:      What was the value of the stolen brandy?
500 US Dollars
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Q4:      What else did the driver run steal from Emmanuel?
A bag containing 2,545 Liberian Dollars
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Q5:      What complaint did the LNP Central police station receive on 22nd January, 2006?
A theft that had taken place in the Liberian/ Sierra Leonean border          
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Q6:      Describe the car that was used by the run away driver?
A red Honda Accord Sedan car with license plate number TY 234 
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Q7:      Who did Emmanuel ask for assistance when he saw the driver?
Two UN police officers and one LNP officer on joint patrol
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Q8:      How many bottles of brandy were there all together?
108 bottles
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Q9:      Where does Emmanuel reside?
          Sierra Leon
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Q10:    Which road did the driver take to Monrovia
The sandy road, east of the border
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KEY FACTS REPORT WRITING TEST #10,
THEFT OF THE NINE BOTTLES OF BRANDY

1.                  22nd day of January, 2006
2.                  LNP central police station
3.                   Theft
4.                  Liberian/Sierra Leonean border
5.                  Emmanuel, resides in Sierra Leone
6.                  Wife divorced him year 2000 and left him with two children who live with him abroad
7.                  Got to the border on 20th January, 2006
8.                  Nine boxes of brandy with 12 bottles each and a bag containing 2.545 Liberian Dollars
9.                  Driver of a red Honda Accord sedan, TY 234
10.              Driver told him to wait under a mango tree 30 meters Liberian side of the border for security reasons
11.              An Immigrations officer
12.              Sandy road east of the border
13.               Emmanuel boarded a cab to motor park in Monrovia
14.              Two days later at Central street
15.              New license plate TB 555
16.              A dark blue sleeveless T shirt, fez cap and a pair of blue jeans trousers
17.              Two UN police officers and one LNP officer
18.              Toyota Land Cruiser jeep #864
19.               20 minutes later they all arrived the Central police station
20.              The driver admitted taking the 9 boxes of brandy and the bag containing money

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