They're twisting what happened in the first trial to benefit 'em here, and they're doing it when nobody here can defend against it. That is the ultimate trick.

It was built on the opinions of experts. Experts who can be wrong; experts who can be manipulated; and experts who can be bought. The case is like a house built on a bad foundation. If you build a house on a bad foundation, cracks start to show.

What we've got going on is an unfair characterization that we can't defend against. I mean, they're pulling out three sentences of thousands of pages of cross-examination.