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Yes. They didn't tell me that he had, for example, the hotline in the office, which only a few people know, my private phone number at home, which is private because four years before or something like it I'd been a witness in a murder case and had had to have police protection, so I think it's perfectly reasonable to think you might want additional protection. I'm not at all nervous about these things but there are sensible precautions you take.

So all that panoply of information was in the same place in the notebook, together with all sorts of other things, which they didn't share with me. Names of friends, addresses of friends, phone numbers of friends, and so on and so forth. So I had fairly limited information given to me.

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