Is there a statement analysis person who reads here? If so, what in the world does the speech pattern of Jose Baez while arguing his motions indicate? At first I found his insertion of "quite frankly" here, there, and everywhere to be merely annoying. But at this point, I am wondering - given the context in which it is being said time and time again - if it does not give us some clues into the thinking patterns of Mr. Baez? I am not trying to be snarky here. I think this is could be significant. I have asked myself how often and when do I use the phrase "quite frankly"? My answer is "not too often". And when I do use the phrase, I would say that it usually prefaces some "unpleasant truth". As in "Quite frankly, yes, those slacks DO make your butt look wide" or "Well, since you asked for an honest opinion, quite frankly, I liked the longer hair on you rather than this man-style, extremely short hair cut". And then there was the famous Rhett Butler "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn............" Any comments? And if possible, quite frankly, I would love to hear from an experienced statement analyst.