When I started telling the general public, they wanted to watch it also.
But he defended the decision not to tell the public.
"Make me understand, then we can decide how to tell the public."
You can tell the public that we're after one murderer.
Everything is turned toward this thing, and while they're not telling the public, there's no doubt it's a physical mass of some kind.
For many companies, the most important question has been the last one: What do we tell the public?
All it has to do is tell the American public to take care of itself.
"So we have to decide what to tell the public."
And if he'd tell the public that much of his story, I'd work like hell to help him.
Seems to me, there's a lot going on here you still aren't telling the public.