This is not directed solely to you, BobLibDem, but to everyone who plays this game. Please don’t play the moving goalpost game. If you mean two witnesses, say two witnesses. If you mean three, say three. If you mean four hundred, say four hundred. But if you ask for one, and you’re given one, be satisfied. If you’ve already made up your mind, say so. Because even if you’re shown ten witnesses, what is to stop you from moving the goalpost again and starting in on the fact that memory is unreliable and can be faulty? If there is no criteria that will convince you, just say so. If there are criteria that will convince you, then say specifically what they are, and then acknowledge that you are convinced when they have been given.