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Let us take an entirely fictional person called Mr. McNulty, who has a car. He gives his car to a garage to be repaired, but, unfortunately, the owner of the garage happens to be a terrorist. The proprietor of the garage uses the car for terrorism purposes, and is subsequently convicted. May I ask where in the Bill, or in any other legislation, the interests of the wholly fictional Mr. McNulty are properly protected, because they are not protected by clause 34 or new section 23B?