That's a really good point with respect to systemic problems, because it is. Within the system itself, when people enter the court process, particularly indigenous people, they don't have the resources to address any of the kinds of things that have been levelled against them by the police. Because of that, you have a system in which you have different programs where the government is working for the government. Legal aid, for example, is a really big one. The way it's set up, it's certainly not fair to the person who's involved in that process and, unfortunately, it usually takes a turn for the worse.
That's what I don't understand. You have legal aid defending an individual, but those in legal aid actually work for the government. It's not really separate, when you think about it. Their job is just to get people through the process. I think it could end up being a challenge at one point. It could end up being a human rights issue. It's quite concerning to me.