Jack had worked for John [Ehrlichman] and then was transferred to my office. And I said, "Jack come up with a plan that, you know, is a normal infiltration, I mean, you know, buying information from secretaries and all that sort of thing." He did. He put together a plan. It was kicked around, and I went to Ehrlichman with it, I went to Mitchell with it, and the consensus was that Caulfield wasn't the man to do this. In retrospect, that might have been a bad call, [be]cause he is an incredibly cautious person and wouldn't have put the situation where it is today.