There is apparently a rule that only three lawyers at a time may see Mr Taylor at the back of the Court, as if undoubtedly we're going to attack the guards and free him. And we are talking about a matter here which is so important, it could result in this trial being aborted. Now, each of us on the Defence side have been looking at different aspects of what is a very novel situation and we need the input from all four of us in this discussion. Yet we have come up against the brick wall of this stupid rule, and I say that quite bluntly, which means that we can't have the meaningful discussion that we require and that's the problem.
Short of us rising at this stage, Mr Taylor being taken back to the prison in Scheveningen and we all travel to Scheveningen in order to see him, it is impossible for us to have the discussion with our client which the exigencies of this situation demand.