What I meant, in that context, was did I have firsthand - was I in a position to be able to see the guys - the 500 persons actually physically trained, you know, on training camp in Libya. That was one fact I was referencing.
Whether was the government in position to admit that, yes, indeed, we're sending these individuals to Libya for training. That was something also in that instance I considered as fact.
Did any specific individual from amongst the group - was in position, say their leaders, you know, their training commandants or whatever the reference may be - was in position to say, yes, we are unofficial, officially. Yes, we are going to train these guys in Libya.
Those were the factual understanding I was deducing from the counsel's question. However, journalism doesn't work like that. It doesn't mean that the fact that a government or a party --