Donald J. Horowitz: Do you have any thoughts about whether the court should in some way connect, or be closer either physically or otherwise to the Rwandan people?
To Rwanda. Yeah, it would have been better if the court were established there, but then of course on the other, other hand, the defendants will not get a fair trial because they can't get witnesses there.
Even if they have, they might not come forward to give testimony. So in a way it will help the people who are there, then there are advantages and dis-, disadvantages. That is why this was based here, which is closer to Rwanda, to give a balance to both sides.