The Defense is simply pointing out that should the Court fail to discard the evidence that has thus far been presented by the Prosecution then it would be ignoring the Court's own rules in doing so, which would result in the Defense being forced to appeal to the remaining Justices to rectify the situation. The Defense apologizes for the time at which the objection has been lodged but holidays and the like, combined with not having noticed the Court's rules until recently forced the timing to be what it is. The Defense notes the following quote from the Court's Rules: The Defense asks the Court to note that the Rules clearly state that the date stamp of the material must be included since "and" does not mean "or", and "will" does not mean "could". The Rules are quite clear, and the smoke that the Prosecution is blowing which includes asking us to go on a merry hunt to find dates of specific posts is nothing more than an attempt to cover up the illegal submission of evidence which the Prosecution is attempting to pass off on the Court. Additionally in being appointed to this role the Defense was given the task to defend our client to the best of our abilities while not violating any laws of TNP, to claim that the Defense is acting in bad faith by expecting the Prosecution to follow the same rules that govern the Defense is absurd. The Defense strenuously objects to this motion, the burden which was laid out for the Prosecution in terms of the timing of submissions of evidence was made clear and was extremely fair. The fact that this objection comes late is not relevant, the Court would have been obligated to remove the exhibits even without Defense objections. The Court should not punish the Defendant simply because the Prosecution finds itself unable to legally prosecute the Defendant in the time alloted. The Defense asks that the Court remove the illegal evidence and continues the trial without further delay. Thank you.