Guy Mccloskey, the SGI lawyer and Vice General Director for example, has dozens of SGI junior leaders do his dirty work [debating] for him. They win a few, lose far more than they win, and take the heat as ''unofficial representatives''. They are akin to his ''paralegals'', who do his leg work for him cheaply. Unlike paralegals, however, they act as unofficial representatives, so he remains smelling like a rose. He will never directly involve himself in a ''case'' he can not win though he might order his ''paralegals'' to put on a show of effort to pacify his clients [members].