The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press.
Oh absolutely, yes.
I understand that and I do see it's a problem, but I think as far as the Inquiry is concerned there is enough general information that you might find very valuable.
No, just that I'm -- I'm perfectly happy, and obviously I feel it is necessary, as far as the Inquiry is concerned, you are not going to say that I am innocent. You have to assume that I'm guilty because I was found guilty. But I would say ...
Yes, exactly. That's why subjectively -- I don't want to be subjective, I would prefer to be objective about my evidence as a witness, but as a core participant victim, whether or not the law was completely correct, I feel I was a victim of that kind of relationship.
Yes, I think so, sir, but if I could break it into the two, on the witness level I think how I was prosecuted and everything is sort of a very interesting, for you and for the Inquiry, examination of how the police and the media do often have a ...
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