The inquiry had asked for the recordings. He was happy to oblige. Nothing to hide. Nothing to see or hear here. He’d told the Chair of the inquiry that he’d get the recordings over the next day. He’d proudly explained that his was a transparent company and that its systems recorded, catalogued and archived… everything. You name it: you can see it. So he was confident when he sat in the inquiry and the Chair turned to the meeting in question. There would be no surprises, nothing shocking. But then he saw the Chair place Chris’ phone on the table.