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In five days we have accounted for very many killed and wounded, and numbers still lie in the exposed positions where they fell.
The disappearing figure of that man was the end to the last clue we came across regarding the meaning of this sudden quiet.
The shadows gradually lengthened and night suddenly fell, and around us there was nothing but these strangely silent ruins.
There was barricade for barricade, loophole for loophole, and sandbag for sandbag. What has been levelled to the ground by fire has been heaped up once more so that the ruins themselves may bring more ruin!
But although we exhausted ourselves with questions, and many of us hoped against hope, the hours sped slowly by and no message came.
The Palace, enclosed in its pink walls, had sunk to sleep, or forgotten us - or, perhaps, had even found that there could be no truce.
Then midnight came, and as we were preparing, half incredulously, to go to sleep, we truly knew. Crack, crack, went the first shots from some distant barricade, and bang went an answering rifle on our side.
Awakened by these echoes, the firing grew naturally and mechanically to the storm of sound we have become so accustomed to, and the short truce was forgotten.
It is no use; we must go through to the end. Bertram Lenox. They echo innate human devotion to the idea of fighting for freedom across the world.
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If a jerk burns the flag, America is not threatened, democracy is not under siege, freedom is not at risk. Gary Ackerman 2 Share. Continue with Facebook.
Log in. Sign up. And put soldiers on the street and have Americans looking over their shoulders? Bend the law, shred the Constitution just a little bit?
Because if we torture him, General, we do that and everything we have fought, and bled, and died for is over.
And they've won. They've already won! General William Devereaux: Twelve hours after the President gives the order we can be on the ground.
A humble enough weapon until you see it in the hands of a man outside your local bowling alley or It will be noisy, it will be scary and it will not be mistaken for a VFW parade.
Anthony 'Hub' Hubbard: You think I want to lose them? You think I'm in the losing people business, huh?
Elise Kraft: It's easy to tell the difference between right and wrong. What's hard is choosing the wrong that's more right. General William Devereaux: The Army is a broad sword, not a scalpel.
Trust me, senator - you do not want the Army in an American city. I am serving my country. Why don't you try serving yours?
I mean, assault with a deadly color? Sharon Bridger: I ran the network in Iraq for two years. Samir recruited them from among the Sheik's followers and I trained them in the north.
The Sheik was going to help us overthrow Saddam, I mean he was our ally. We were financing him. Then there was a policy shift.
It's not like we sold them out exactly, we just stopped helping them. Anthony 'Hub' Hubbard: You said they were being slaughtered, they needed to get out, they were on the terrorist watch list, so you got them visas, you and Samir.
Sharon Bridger: I promised them we would take care of them, they were working for us! We will hunt down the enemy, we will find the enemy, and we will kill the enemy.
Which is why I urge you - I implore you. Do not consider this as an option. General William Devereaux: [after a pause] I am here serving my president, and quite possibly not in the best interests of our nation.
My profession does not allow me to make that kind of distinction. I'm going to take your boy Samir downtown, I'm going to strap his ass to a polygraph machine and I'm going to ask him questions about you.
Then I'm going to take those transcripts, I'm going to take them to a friend of mine at the New York Times who just loves to write stories about the link between the CIA and political horror shows.
General William Devereaux: Elise Kraft wouldn't know the difference between a sheik and a prophylactic of the same name. Elise Kraft: They're discussing how hard it is to find a decent cup of coffee over here.
Agent Frank Haddad: If we had microwave we'd know for sure. The CIA's got microwave. How come we don't have microwave?
There are three of them. All day long they watch TV, and eat pizza. Nothing but pizza. Pizza, pizza, pizza Danny knocks on the door]. Teaches Arab Studies at Brooklyn College.
He sponsored Ail Waziri's student visa. And dig this - his brother blew up a movie theatre in Tel Aviv.
Elise Kraft: Play him like a cop and haul him in now and get your arrest, or tag him and let him lead you to the really big fish.
Agent Frank Haddad: [curses in Arabic] You're fishing and he's getting visas for bombers. Agent Frank Haddad: Yes, and he's on the next plane for Tunis.
Agent Frank Haddad: [keys his radio] Go. We have reason to believe you are an accessory to the bombing of Bus Samir Nazhde: I sign these applications as a matter of course, hundreds of them.
Everyone wants to come to the land of opportunity and Baywatch. Samir Nazhde: The only ones who didn't were women like you.
Agent Frank Haddad: Sorry, personal matter. Samir Nazhde: You cannot hold me. I know my rights! I watch American television!
Agent Frank Haddad: Told me to call State. Everyone in the area takes cover, but upon hearing the bus's engine rev, get back up and continue about their business.
In frustration, Hubbard throws his coffee cup at the bus's windshield]. Anthony 'Hub' Hubbard: [to a mechanic] Yo. Anthony 'Hub' Hubbard: Tariq around?
Hub eyes the other mechanics in the shop, including a mechanic changing a tire and one doing a compression check. As he enters the office, Tariq is talking on the phone to someone in Arabic] Tariq?
Anthony 'Hub' Hubbard: [takes out his gun and badge] I'm not joking. Put the phone down, put your hands in the air.
We're checking him out. Anthony 'Hub' Hubbard: Check this out, pal. His father's a federal agent for ten years.
I might decide you're an Ethiopian. Anthony 'Hub' Hubbard: And you're just stupid enough to think that's an insult.
Colonel Hardwick, Army Intelligence: [after hearing their planned route and their attempts to evade the soldiers] They're getting ready to move.
Units 1 and 2, on my signal - [Three unmarked FBI cars come barreling around the corner. One rams the surveillance van head-on.
Another car goes around the van, the agent attaches a cable to the rear doors, and the car then pulls forward, ripping them off. All of the agents draw their SIG-Sauers on the army officers].
We were able to trace this sucker to a Tina Osu: We've pulled his landing card and his I So now we know he came in three days ago, out of Frankfurt.
What we need now is to fill in the time between his arrival and the incident. We need all known associations, and most of all, we need an address.
How'd he get into the country? General William Devereaux: The Army is a broadsword, not a scalpel. Trust me, senator, you do not want the Army in an American city.
Chief of Staff: I understand that, General. Let's assume, for a moment, that the order has been given. It will be noisy. It will be scary, and it will not be mistaken for a VFW parade.
A police function has become accepted as our role in Haiti and Somalia. General William Devereaux: Make no mistake.