That's a good question. I only have two minutes here.
The other question I have—obviously, this thing fell apart—is on this line that only WE had the capacity to deliver a project of close to a billion dollars. Now, we get different numbers—$530 million, $43 million, $912 million—but I'm looking at WE's record with the government: $40,000 for a contract, $24,990, $24,996, $17,050, $13,374. Then there are a few contribution agreements, and the highest is $3 million.
How in anybody's world, looking at WE's record with these penny ante contracts, could you have signed off and said, “I think we can give these guys $912 million and we're not going to have any problems”? That alone, without asking the questions about why they had to set up a shell company and the fact that they were in financial free fall when they came to the government for the money.... They don't have a track record of doing this—