2Preliminary matters1 the raw data from the education authorities that2 underlies those affidavits, and we're certainly3 willing to do so and it's technically possible to4 do it in plenty of time, but because of FOIPA we5 seek the Court's direction that we do so. So we6 seek a direction that the Attorney General of7 British Columbia provide the raw data underlying8 the affidavits of Mr. Munro and Mr. Vanderboom to9 counsel for the FLDS to counsel -- or the amicus10 and to any other counsel that has signed on to11 cross-examine these two gentlemen.12 THE COURT: So is the information aggregated?13 MR. JONES: It's -- it's in the form of a database,14 My Lord, and in the form that it's been requested,15 they have requested it redacted of names which is16 good because that's the way we have it, but with17 what's called a personal education numbers, the18 PENs, which is the method by which a student's19 progress, if I can put it that way, is tracked20 through. So this would be confidential21 information or private information within the22 terms of FOIPA.23 Obviously we are allowed to submit it for the24 purposes of litigation, but we're just more25 comfortable doing so with the direction from the26 Court because we're releasing in the sense of27 advance of it being used in advance of the28 litigation being used in this case.29 THE COURT: Okay. Mr. Wickett, did you have something?30 MR. WICKETT: No, Mr. Jones has fairly put the case31 forward. We have sought this information with32 respect to cross-examination if the affidavits are33 admitted, and so long as the names of the students34 frankly are omitted I believe that that is35 sufficient for privacy purposes and for protecting36 these students.37 THE COURT: Okay. Any other submissions on that? Then38 I'll make the requested direction.39 MR. JONES: Thank you, My Lord.40 THE COURT: Anything else?41 MR. JONES: Just one other thing, My Lord, with respect42 to counsel introductions. We have signed and43 given to the sheriff the usual sign-in sheet and44 we propose just to have any counsel who speaks45 identify themselves before they do so.46 THE COURT: Thank you. Okay. Then are we prepared to47 proceed with the witness?