Day 141 - 23 Jun 95 - Page 03

     1                 MR. STANLEY RICHARD STEIN, recalled
     2                Cross-examined by the Defendants, continued.
     4   MS. STEEL:  One thing to clear up:  if you get pink volume XIV,
     5        please?
     6        A.  Yes, I have it.
     8   Q.   Turn to tab 94, please?
     9        A.  Yes.
    11   Q.   You did say yesterday that McDonald's prepared this summary
    12        from extracts from their documents -- "their" being TPF&C;
    13        that is correct, is it not?
    14        A.  What I have tried to do several times a couple of days
    15        ago, yesterday, and I will try to do again today, that
    16        these are TPF&C's documents and words that we produced from
    17        the TPF&C report.  That is what I have been trying to get
    18        across as clearly as possible.
    20   MR. JUSTICE BELL:  Yes.  I think it is quite apparent that is
    21        what you have said, Mr. Stein, but now you are going to be
    22        asked some more questions about it.
    24   MS. STEEL:   TPF&C did not hand you this document, did they?
    25        A.  Yes, they did.
    27   Q.   In this form?
    28        A.  Yes, they did.
    30   Q.   Why did you say yesterday that McDonald's prepared it?
    31        A.  If you will look at all the testimony surrounding that,
    32        I was trying to articulate that we produced the document
    33        from the TPF&C reports.  If you take a look, I tried to go
    34        back to that several times, and there are many people
    35        interjecting various things.  I have tried as best as
    36        I can; and if I have caused some confusion, I apologise,
    37        but I have attempted to articulate it as well as I can in
    38        English and tried to avoid confusion because of my American
    39        English.
    41   Q.   You have said as clear as day yesterday that McDonald's
    42        prepared this summary.
    43        A.  If you will go on, I think, my Lordship, when we were
    44        trying to get to the bottom of it, and I reviewed the
    45        transcript last night, my Lord -- could I see the
    46        transcript, so that I am not stabbing in the dark here?
    48   MR. RAMPTON:  This is rather unfair. It is, again, fairly
    49        selective.  I, too, have read the transcript, so I do know
    50        what I am talking about.  For example ----- 
    52   MR. JUSTICE BELL:  No, Mr. Rampton, I am sorry.  This is a 
    53        cross-examination.  By all means in re-examination -- and
    54        I know you have tried to help the court by keeping
    55        re-examination short ---
    57   MR. RAMPTON:  Yes, I do.
    59   MR. JUSTICE BELL:  -- but I do feel that, with a matter like
    60        this, that is the moment to do it.

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