frustration for the families. >> well, what are the standard elements if this were a typical kind of case? what would you expect to see? >> it would be just facts. just the facts, nobody is trying to speculate on anything. but the unique thing here is that typically in that report it will talk about aircraft damage, what has been damaged, how it was damaged. where it entered the water for example or how a particular piece of the aircraft had been distorted by something. it is very, very technical in nature in most cases. in this case they don't have an aircraft so they don't know what the aircraft damage is. so there is a lot of boxes and checked boxes, who is on the aircraft, the crew on the aircraft. the pilots' flight numbers, license numbers, the aircraft flight number but the pilot's license numbers, the air traffic controllers, the people who did the handoffs, those things will probably be redacted for their own privacy and security.