For so many reasons. I'll just give two quickly. Star Radio was operating outside of Liberian law. It was a radio station that had been given by the United States government for the purposes of the election to, quote unquote, level the playing field. Our argument was that: Fine, after elections, turn it over to somebody, University or whatever. Under the laws of Liberia as a foreign entity and you having ownership of this radio station, you cannot operate it in Liberia. That was principally the thing. And I said if you turn it over to any other person, a Liberian group that under the laws of Liberia could be licensed, it could operate. Other than that, no.