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MR. TANSEY: My Lord, yes. The prosecution served upon the defence yesterday that we had
sight of the night before, I have to say, of the statement of Mr. E.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: I said excluding Mr. E.
MR. TANSEY: My Lord, Mrs. C deals with factual information and Mr. Morrisey, and there is also
Mr. Candice, but I am not concerned about Mr. Candice’s further evidence.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: Who: Mr. Morrisey?
MR. TANSEY: Mr. Morrisey, yes.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: I have got some papers that were handed to me this morning so I am
not very clear. Which are the three that you say you require? May I deal with it in this way, the
matters that were raised at the last hearing have they been resolved so that those matters are now
under control?
MR. TANSEY: Yes, I believe that is right.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: So, it is new matters arising out of the fresh evidence.
MR. TANSEY: My Lord, yes. My Lord, Mrs. C, for example, deals with a totally ----
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: Well, I have some further evidence in a bundle. Which bundle is it that I
should look at?
MR. TANSEY: It is the same bundle I believe dated the 23rd June at the bottom.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: I have got a statement from her dated - dated the 23rd June?
MR. TANSEY: I am sorry, the NFE is dated the 23rd June.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: I have got two NFEs, one dated the 19th May which has a statement
bearing 186 to 187 of Mrs. C.
MR. TANSEY: It is not that I am referring to; it is the latest one which my Lord has.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: I have got the 22nd June and then 23rd June; I see: 269.
MR. TANSEY: My Lord, yes, 269. That is a short statement. What it is doing is setting out
something which the prosecution have not done before in this case.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: Where do I find exhibit number 81?
MR. TANSEY: It is 548. They have set out for the first time the chronological development of the
events in the former Soviet Union leading up to the following August 1991 coup etc.
Your Lordship has seen that exhibit one, a chronology of events of the former Soviet Union at 1985
to 1992, and that is set out at page 548.