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1 MR. TIMOTHY CHAMBERS, recalled
3 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Did you have any more to ask, Mr. Rampton?
5 MR. RAMPTON: No, my Lord. I read that article. I cannot see
6 that it has anything to do with this witness. My Lord, I
7 do now have the envelopes promised together with, I think,
8 40 copies of profile which I will pass over. His Lordship
9 has one.
11 MR. JUSTICE BELL: I have my sample, as it were. Are the
12 documents you wanted to hand in now ---
14 MR. MORRIS: Yes.
16 MR. JUSTICE BELL: -- or are you going to come to them when you
19 MR. MORRIS: I think it would be better to hand them in
22 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Which ones are for ----
24 MR. MORRIS: There are four animal welfare and ---
26 MR. JUSTICE BELL: -- Mr. Chambers.
28 MR. MORRIS: -- food poisoning things. None of them were
29 relevant to Mr. Chambers' evidence but I think we ought to
30 hand them in otherwise they will be hanging around.
32 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Yes. What I am going to do is put them on
33 one side and I want you to tell me where they should go.
35 MR. RAMPTON: Mrs. Brinley-Codd has already done that and will
36 tell your Lordship later on.
38 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Yes, thank you.
40 MR. MORRIS: There is one further document as well to get out of
41 the way. It is, if you remember, the American USDA FSIS
42 directive corrective action had a page missing, page 8.
44 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Yes.
46 MR. MORRIS: I have page 8 and the cover note that came with it.
48 MR. JUSTICE BELL: I will keep those three together. If at some
49 stage someone could just write on a piece of paper the name
50 of the document and where it goes in our file in relation
51 to each three. I remember the FSIS, but I cannot at the
52 moment just remember exactly where it goes. Do not tell me
53 now, we will do all three together.
55 MR. MORRIS: I think the court system is slightly different from
56 our own.
58 Cross-examined by the Defendants
60 MR. MORRIS: Mr. Chambers, you said that you are responsible,