I agree with Robert, it worries me that the course of action was to raid the place, after Cameron's lawyers agreed to pay. In other words, they didn't even try . . ."no, please." And exhortion "coverage" if that is what it was, should be extended to everyone and usually no one gets police interruption until after a crime is committed so to speak or it is clear one is about to be committed. Hmmm, maybe they thought the pics of Cameron could be considered weapons of mass destruction. Tee hee. :grin: