Of course, I understand the concern. I gave the figures to the hon. Gentleman, and I was concerned to ensure that he got them and that they were comprehensive. There are three cases, out of the thousands of prisoners who have been released early, in which allegations of murder have been made. In one case the proceedings are continuing, and I cannot comment on it. In the second case, the alleged perpetrator subsequently killed himself. When the third case came before the court last December, Mrs. Justice Swift stated in her sentencing remarks:
"The fact that you were released early cannot, in my view, be said to have been causative of what happened thereafter"— that is, the murder. She continued:
"It is highly likely that the events that took place would have occurred whenever you were released."