Sorry, Mr Nmehielle, sorry to interrupt. On that issue, before you move forward, Ms Hollis may well have a point regarding the request to represent himself, the request by Mr Taylor to represent himself. Mr Taylor did address the Chamber in a letter on the 4th of June indicating that he would, from that date, no longer require the services of court-assigned counsel to represent him in these proceedings and he would henceforth conduct his own defence. Now, we took that letter -- it was unequivocal, we took it at face value, and we believed him. He has not contradicted or withdrawn that letter to date.
Now, the question that begs is that a person having said they will now represent themselves and in the same breath absent themselves from court, in my view, can only have one interpretation: Boycott.