looks at the exhibit your Lordship has seen the exhibit.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: No.
MR. TANSEY: Your Lordship has seen it.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: I would not mind looking at it again; it is page 368, is it not?
THE SOLICITOR GENERAL: 368.
MR. TANSEY: Your Lordship sees 368.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: Yes, I have got it. I have looked at it before; I will look at it again.
MR. TANSEY: My Lord, there are better ones to look at than 368.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: I will look at any one you like.
MR. TANSEY: It is part of the prosecution exhibits served on us.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: If the original is here I will look at that if you would like me to. I do not
think it matters particularly. The point that the Crown say is that it is a map of part of this town which
shows crosses on it.
MR. TANSEY: My Lord, yes, and what I would say is that many ----
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: Yes, you are not trying to persuade me if you are a tourist you might go
around working out possible hotels, possible restaurants, possible places of interest and mark it with
a cross so you might decide whether or not to go and see them; I quite see that.
MR. TANSEY: Yes, that is the obvious point one makes.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: That is perfectly understandable tourist activity.
MR. TANSEY: Where, of course, it is significant is in how one contrasts this with the clear
tradecraft documents of which there is no argument, and your Lordship is well aware of the other
point, the vertical line with a cross, where clear Tradecraft inferences can be drawn from that. This is
of a totally different nature. It fits in with the sort of thing that anybody on holiday might do
themselves, or somebody else might do on their behalf.
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: Could you remind me of one matter? Was this document found before
your client was interviewed about Oporto.
THE SOLICITOR GENERAL: This document was found, my Lord, at the defendants home
MR. JUSTICE BLOFELD: I know it was; I realise that.
THE SOLICITOR GENERAL: ---- with the other documents and before he was interviewed. The
documents were found on various days, so it may be that it probably is the case that the interview
had begun, it may be, before this particular document had been found or before it had been