So if you are referring to articles I haven't seen, I can't answer that. I'm telling you that the only thing I said to the press was initially, way at the very first day, I did the autopsy and the next day the family had a press conference. And I said as a basis of my findings, I find no evidence of powder on any of the gunshot wounds and that they were all distant, beyond one or two feet away at the time of discharge. Now, yesterday, I looked at slides, I looked at things and sure enough, I looked at pictures that one photo shows it nicely to me of the hand that there is powder and I indicated at the time you recall very careful to say that, these are preliminary, these are not my final opinions. And if I get more information, and essentially I didn't get that much information until yesterday, when I went through the thing, but I would think that yes, I was mistaken. There is powder, gunshot powder on the hand. But, and I think that the only thing that's different was whether we both agree that there was a gunshot wound in the back, one was in the back, the others were in the front, there is no difference.