Mr Anyah, the crux of the matter is this: Mr Koumjian is right. You do not take a second bite at your direct examination to clarify matters that perhaps the witness might have contradicted himself under the examination-in-chief. That is not the purpose of re-examination. You have not shown any part of the cross-examination that you now wish to straighten out and so I will not - I cannot allow that question. The record has to remain as is.