Mr Santora, I was just conferring with Justice Lussick - and of course, Mr Munyard, too, this is for your ears - that the application to rescind the protective measures in respect of TF1-206, the Trial Chamber did have an oral ruling, although the reasons were not expounded in Justice Lussick's ruling, just after the lunch break.
The ruling was that the Defence had originally applied to rescind the protective measures of inter alia TF1-206. We, in our ruling of this afternoon, have said that we've dismissed that application and the reasons that will appear in writing are that we think that application is redundant for the reasons that we don't believe TF1-206 enjoyed any protective measures.
Now, by the Prosecution this afternoon raising the subject again, in my view, we are relitigating, if you like, the same issue of protective measures and asking Mr Munyard to comment again on a ruling that the Court has already given. Am I wrong?