I do not believe we have spoken since graduation. I regret encountering you under these circumstances.
I was not able to attend your press conference, but I do have some questions.
And you knew that it was conceivable that there could be an investigation of whether he committed federal crimes in other districts, correct?
And they knew -- as any competent attorney would -- that Mr. Epstein faced exposure in other districts if he conducted the alleged activities in those districts, right?
In light of that, let's look at the agreement, shall we?
You'd agree with me that federal prosecutors take great pains to be very specific and explicit, and not ambiguous, in their agreements with defendants?
Why doesn't it have other language limiting what "global" means and specifying that it does not bind other districts?
And the defense was competent and knew what it was doing at the time?
In light of that, this level of ambiguity was intentional, correct?
So you did not have the right to offer an agreement that bound other districts to non-prosecution, right?