Hard for me to address the conspiracy allegation. I have a more fundamental question that does not really depend on whether he can get financing. The underlying question is does he want to? If this project was anticipated to cost around $400-$450 mil then you have to believe there was some profit possible. If the project is now significantly more expensive it seems only 1 of two things has to be true doesn't it? One is that it was always a much more profitable venture than any of us imagined and even at $750+ mil in startup costs it is still worth going forward. That would be amazing if true. The alternative: it was a profitable venture at $450 but will not be this higher cost. Given that Don Barden says he is proceeding, you have to think the former is true and that there was a lot more potential profit on the table than was being talked about. That or maybe these latest allegations of conspiracy are really foreshadowing a more fundamental problem that could put the brakes on the project. We would call that chaff.... hypothetically of course. If true, what then?