Your Honour, if I could just first explain to the Court the Prosecution situation. Ms Hollis is again ill. I will try, if your Honours would like, to continue the cross-examination. I have to say I have not had time to really organise on the matters of topics, and the Prosecution does not want to prejudice the future and say, well, we covered the topic when I really didn't have the transcript pages and really organise all of our material. I am certainly willing to try to continue until I reach the point where I do not have relevant questions.
Your Honours, the other issue is again we are ready to proceed today, but the Prosecution position is that the motion regarding the use of documents is critical for us to continue and present an effective cross-examination. So we would be requesting - of course your Honours know this - but a resolution as soon as possible, and we do want to inform your Honours that we feel that our cross-examination will be much more effective, and it's very difficult for us to go on now without that motion decided. Thank you.