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record at this stage, as they come from these notes, but I think that would not be helpful, since I am not really objecting to Your Honor's having read it. I am objecting to others down the line conceivably reading it and acting on it.
I would ask Your Honor for a week or two before this document is transmitted beyond the confines of this Court.
THE COURT: You are not asking for any delay in the sentencing?
MR. ANDERSON: No.
THE COURT: I have no problem with that. I will hear from the Government on it, but it seems fair to me.
MR. ANDERSON: Let's put it this way, Your Honor. I am not asking for a continuation of the sentencing in the context of what I expect to be asking the Court to do. There are some things which the Court might do which would impact on this report sooner rather than later. I will address that at a later time. But I am not asking that sentence be postponed. I am simply asking that this PSI simply not be transmitted beyond the confines of the Court until I have had an opportunity to submit to the Court.
THE COURT: Mr. Robinson.
MR. WILLIAMS: Your Honor, did you want all counsel to suggest —