What was before Mr Justice Grace in January 2007 were 20 counts on the indictment, the first 15 were the conspiracy counts which covered both Mr Mulcaire and Mr Goodman, and they related to the interception of the voicemail messages of three members of the royal household.
The evidence was in relation to that that Mr Goodman himself, on occasion, accessed the relevant voicemails.
Then of particular interest to us, since it may span the breadth of the Inquiry, counts 16 to 20, which covered the five non-royal victims, where Mr Goodman was not on the indictment.
The individuals concerned were Mr Taylor, Mr Andrew, Ms Macpherson, two others.
Of course, it is of interest to know, if it be the case, who was it within News International who was involved with Mr Mulcaire in relation to those interceptions. The material before Mr Justice Grace was necessarily limited, although his Lordship pointed out in his judgment that there were others involved, and I'll be referring you to that in more detail when I come to open the case in two weeks' time.
There is evidence I've seen in the Mulcaire notebook which may provide the answers to those questions.