Thank you, Chair.
This is going to give us a lot to think about this weekend.
I want to speak to the issue raised when you said that it feels like fraud. Under charity laws that I've been looking into, it's possible.... For example, I supported a foster child many years ago. We got her picture and we got her story, but we knew that we weren't actually paying for that one child. We were paying for the village, and we were paying for development projects. That's very clear in the small print. Charities do make announcements of a specific thing, but then the money is spread over other needs.
What concerns me is that you went to raise money for this school. You brought a lot of people to the table, and you were shown what they said was your son's school. That seems to me to be a verbal contract. Did you say that three weeks before that—or was it 13 weeks before that—they had given that school to the Stillman family? What was the difference between when you were told that it was the school you had built and the other family was told that this school had been built for them?