My goodness, yes, I have plenty to say about this.
First, we're not calling into question the quality of the board's decisions. The quality is there. We're doing a very good job in Canada, and that must continue.
You say that recidivism cases are rare. I'm saying that one murder is too many. We're talking about a case where shortcomings at various levels led to the murder of this young woman in a hotel in Sainte-Foy.
In this area, there's no such thing as zero risk, as Mr. Bensimon said earlier. The best members would be unable to—