MR ARCHIBALD: In June of this year, a joint venture was announced between BC Iron and Fortescue. It’s not otherwise in the evidence, but I will provide to the tribunal a copy of the June quarterly report, published by BC Iron June 2009. And on the front page of that, the first item under Highlights. —
MS ZEGARAC: Excuse me, your Honours, this is my case so I would like to speak as well.
HIS HONOUR: Sorry?
MS ZEGARAC: This is my case.
HIS HONOUR: This particular case?
MS ZEGARAC: Yes, this particular case is - - -
HIS HONOUR: Don’t think it is.
MS ZEGARAC: - - - my case my case.
HIS HONOUR: Okay. Well, you just sit you just sit down at the back and have a listen.
MS ZEGARAC: No, I would like to speak as well. It’s my case.
HIS HONOUR: You can speak later on.
MS ZEGARAC: No, during the hearing I want to speak and I want all of these documents discovery of all of these documents. It’s my case. My name is Slavica Zegarac. It’s my case.
HIS HONOUR: I think you might be in the wrong courtroom.
MS ZEGARAC: No, I’m not. Are you Finkelstein J?
HIS HONOUR: Yes, that’s me.
MS ZEGARAC: Yes, that’s my case.
HIS HONOUR: I should have said no.
MS ZEGARAC: That’s my case.
MR ARCHIBALD: It would have been the correct answer.
MS ZEGARAC: I have tried to tell the gentleman but - - -
HIS HONOUR: This one here?
MS ZEGARAC: - - - but he saw me and ignored me, so he didn’t want to come to talk to me. I’m sorry, this is my case.
HIS HONOUR: Yes. Well, you might think it’s your case, but - - -
MS ZEGARAC: No, no, it is my case.
HIS HONOUR: - - - but but I know, but it’s not really.
MS ZEGARAC: I’m sorry, it’s my case.
HIS HONOUR: Yes.
MS ZEGARAC: It’s my cases.
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