I talked about the balance. Just to address your first question, due process and the adversarial process set that balance to find the truth to avoid mistakes while catching criminals.
And to Mr. Vernon's point, this isn't an issue about parliamentary oversight, sir. The Arar inquiry identified massive failures in the security and intelligence policing—CSIS, the RCMP, others—massive failures that led to the destruction of a human being, of a Canadian's life. Everybody makes mistakes, and that is why we need oversight. He didn't recommend pitches and patches. He recommended a robust oversight system that covered all security agencies, because if we're going to play in this game of national security and terror in the world, we better have a check and balance, and that's what he's talking about.