I do not know. I was a part of the prior Defence team, but this issue was not in the forefront of discussions. I sincerely doubt that in every case when a prior Trial Chamber rendered such a decision notice was given, because ordinarily we would not be aware that a possible witness in another case might be a witness here until much later in the process. So, I cannot speak to that, that they had notice of this decision. Of course, all decisions - the argument could be made that notice is always given when any decision is made, but I do not believe I can sincerely say they had notice of this decision.