Mr Witness, you have talked a great deal about how you have corrected various accounts that the Prosecution have wrongly recorded you saying and I am going to go through your corrections, the ones that are relevant to the evidence you have given, in just a moment, but I want to deal first of all with your interviews in December 2003.
Your Honours, can I clarify something that my learned friend, Ms Hollis, very kindly drew to my attention during the mid-morning break. You will recall me saying yesterday that I had many duplicates of the material supplied to us I had filleted it out of my file and that's how those two declarations of Mr Saffa and the other investigators came to be in a different place. Ms Hollis has pointed out to me - and it's entirely my error - that the reason I had so many different copies is that in fact on some of them and attached to those declarations were copies of the December 2003 interviews with some corrections on them.
Madam Court Officer has helpfully reproduced the bundle with the handwritten corrections on them. I haven't had a chance to go through them, but I am not asking for time to do that. What I propose to do is to go to areas where there are corrections that seem to me to be relevant to the evidence the witness has given and deal with those and then of course it is entirely open to my learned friend to raise any corrections that I haven't touched on and I say that simply because I haven't looked at them until now. I got the bundle as we came back into court just before 12.
These corrections appear to follow from the meeting between Mr Saffa and the witness on 19 September 2007. That was the second declaration that was on the screen earlier this morning and I am literally going to turn the pages as we have them in front of us and when I come across a correction that appears to be relevant I will deal with it.
Well, in fact I would like to start, if I may, by dealing with something that isn't corrected by this witness. However, it deals with material that potentially identifies him and I fear therefore we will have to go into private session for this part of the evidence.