It does depend on the inquiry, because some inquiries absolutely require publicity as they're hunting suspects, so it depends on the individual inquiry. I think the police understand that in a major investigation, there is a lot of public concern. In a child abduction, for example, there's a lot of fear created, so they need to provide as accurate as possible information. I don't -- you know, that was my phrase, "feeding the beast". It's my beast, not their beast.