Our lawyers were telling us that — and this New York judge had ruled — that the statute says whoever has reason to believe that publication of certain information will threaten the national security of the United States shall be — this was a civil suit, but the criminal equivalent, which they would certainly have done had they convicted us, would have put us in jail, put us all in jail, including Katharine Graham, or the possibility of it. And once you are convicted of a felony, you can’t own television stations, so it would have cost us all the television stations. I think there were two or three then, but I think there are six now. But it would have been — I mean, there was a lot of money on the table. And she decided to do it.