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Siege The (1998)

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Male reporter: The U.S. military presence abroad
was rocked today when a bomb exploded--
Female reporter: In the army barracks
in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
Second male reporter: A multinational force--
Third male reporter: Ripped the front
offthe 8-story military dorm,
exposingjust how vulnerable U.S. troops are here.
And marines on duty seem, for the most part,
numbed by the horror ofthe morning bombing.
Female reporter: Early indications suggest this
to be the work ofSheikAhmed Bin Talal,
a radical fundamentalist cleric known to have issued--
The explosion appears to be the work ofterrorists.
And ifthat is the case,
like all Americans, I am outraged by it.
[Woman Singing In Arabic]
The cowards who committed this murderous act
must not go unpunished.
Eagle Eye: Sand Leader, this is Eagle Eye.
We have a fix on the package.
It is in a Mercedes sedan traveling south--
Woman on radio: Com-sat 1 ,
your coordinates are as follows.
1 -8-0-5-0.
Package is approaching target area.
Estimated time ofcontact is approximately 1 -4 seconds.
[Speaking Arabic]
Yallah! Yallah!
[Speaking Arabic]
[Machine Gun Fire]
President Clinton: Let me say again.
America takes care ofour own.
Those who did it must not go unpunished.
Sand Leader: Eagle Eye, this is Sand Leader.
The sheik is in our custody.
Sand Leader: He is alive and well,
and will be delivered intact by 0800 tomorrow.
[Chanting In Arabic]
[Chanting In Arabic]
[Telephones Ringing]
[Telephones Ringing]
Woman: FBI. Good morning.
Man: FBI. Yes. Good morning, sir.
Woman: FBI. Counter-terrorism task force.
That was NYPD.
Brooklyn South issued a code blue
less than 2 minutes ago,
and they think hostages are involved.
Business or residence?
A bus.
Wejust got word
there's some kind ofbomb on the bus.
Haveyou set up a perimeter?
Working on it.
Okay. What about negotiators? We got our people on the way?
Got it.
And what about the bomb squad?
They're going in now.
[Police Radios Crackling]
How soon can we get there?
This time ofday? Maybe tomorrow.
[High-pitched Beep]
[People Screaming]
[Explosion] Oh, fuck.
Man: Open the door!
And nobody's hurt?
Electronically altered voice: This is our first
and last warning.
We expect our demands to be met.
There will be no negotiation.
No more communication ofany kind.
That is all.
Demand forwhat?
You hear any demand?
Maybe it's a prank.
Some sense ofhumor.
Here's what I know.
B.P., as in blue paint.
Voice-altering technology. What doyou think?
Available from the SharperImage catalog.
Last I looked, they didn't have an exploding paint bomb.
Still, the rhetoric sounds political.
You think it's militia?
- No, not their style. - Frank?
IslamicJihad aren't known for their sense ofhumor,
and Hamas is raising so much money here.
Why queer their deal?
Isn't green the color ofIslam, not blue?
Another good point. Tina, rub these good points together.
Come up with a composite ofthe suspects
by the end ofbusiness today. Anita!
Anita: Yeah?
Run that against the mainframe for me, okay?
Mike, lab analysis on the paint.
Report's not in yet, but we're checking
to see ifany blue paint was sold in quantity.
Good. Danny, how are the interviews going
with the victims?
Not great.
Check the bus stops.
Maybe somebody saw him get on.
Hub, I thinkwe're all eager to give up ourweekends on this.
Itjust occurs to me--
Has anyone committed a crime here?
I mean assault with a deadly color?
Here's what I don't like.
They know explosives. That's not such a big deal.
Everybody on the internet knows explosives,
but they know our response time.
They put in a call, and then theywalk.
I don't like that.
Excuse me, sir. I thinkyou should see this.
Itjust came in on the fax.
'' Release him.''
Release who? Who do we got?
Bill Clinton?
He didn't do it.
Charlie Manson?
Danny: Hamas guy was let go in April.
Frank: Under protest.
Yeah, but why be so coy about it?
You think it's a phony?
Tina: It's Floyd Rose.
Somebody's flashing a government badge
at the warehouse where they're working on the bus.
Our tech guys want to know ifwe're cooperating
with any other agencies.
She's looking for the wiring signatures for the device
and asking for copies ofany fingerprints
we've managed to lift.
She CIA?
Smells like it.
Turns out she's also been talking
to some ofthe passengers.
Which one is she?
That's her over there by the table.
Howyou doing?
Hi, there.
I'm Anthony Hubbard.
I'm the assistant special agent in charge.
Oh, shit.
I've been trying to liaise with you all day.
I'm Elise Kraft,
National Security Council.
Pleasure. You've been trying to liaise with me all day?
Haveyou checked the phone book?
We got 1 4 lines, not including the unlisted ones.
Hi. I'm Elise Kraft.
National Security Council.
Howyou doing? I'm Colin Powell.
What doyou people want with my bus?
Hey. We're on the same team here, Agent Hubbard.
Who, exactly, is ''we'' on this particular team?
It's never the question that's indiscreet.
It's only the answer.
Tell you what, Elise.
You send me an official interagency request
for cooperation, then I'll giveyou copies
ofeverything we come up with. How's that?
Other than that, I gotta askyou to leave
beforeyou contaminate my crime scene
any more than you already have.
CIA has no charter to operate domestically,
which puts you in violation offederal law.
Hey, there's no reason to be nasty.
You think I'm being nasty?
Ifyou got something you want to share with me,
being that we're teammates?
Well, unfortunately, notyet, but as soon as I do--
You'll let me know?
I'll tell you what I'm gonna do.
I'm gonna ask some ofmy teammates
to escortyou out ofhere.
Is that all right with you?
Is that Elise with an ''A'' or an '' E''?
Nice meeting you, too,
Assistant Special Agent in Charge Hubbard.
Pin a tail on her.
I'm on it.
You sleep here?
Immigration called.
Underneath the false bottom, we found this.
All in small bills, so we figured smurf, right?
And considering yesterday's terrorist alert,
and where he's been recently, we'd better call Frank.
Who's trying to score points with his boss big-time.
Has he broken any laws?
No, sir. He is $20 under the $1 0,000 limit.
Not anymore.
So, Khalil,
you're saying this is an inheritance?
Somebody died, and you're bringing them the money.
No, no. Doory.
He means dowry.
Check out his neck.
1 0,000 for a wedding?
Frank: The tobacc--
Put him in play.
Hub: He's heading north onto Bell Parkway.
Back home the security services
would be up this guy's ass with a poker.
What do we do? We let him go.
Stay back a little bit, Frank.
It's not my first date, Hub.
He's taking the BQE.
Looks like it's Brooklyn.
Probably Brooklyn.
He's all yours, Ray.
Ray, go a little softer on him, okay?
Pass him offto Patsy.
Patsy, watch out for reflections.
Hub: Okay, you got him.
Ah, here. Got thejudge.
Morning,judge. How areyou?
Yeah. How are things down at Second Circuit?
Yeah, right. I know whatyou mean.
Listen, we got a situation here.
Who's he talking to? Hold on one second,Judge.
Who is he talking to?
We getting film on this? Who's he talking to?
Don't know him.
Ifwe were allowed to get sound
on them, we'd know.
Hub: Yeah, yeah,Judge.
No, sir.
No, sir, notyet.
No, notyet, sir, but--
We got reason to--
Damn it, Mike. Mike, back off.
Frank: Oh, shit. He's making him.
Shit! Fuck!
Hub: All units go!
Look, I got to get back toyou,Judge.
[Horn Honks]
Hub: Go around. Go around, Frank.
I got him, I got him.
Frank: There he is.
We got him. Stiverson and Throop.
Cut him off!.
There he is.
Hey, come back, Khalil!
All units, we got a red van
going east on Stiverson offofVernon. Red van.
Did you get plates on that, Frank?
Plates? No.
Butyou got to love that move.
No plates.
Theyjust found the van.
Doesn't look like they'll find any prints.
Hub: Vehicle I.D.?
Reported stolen plates are bogus, too.
What about hair, fiber?
Already on its way to the lab.
Hub, we're checking this guy out
in the red book right now.
Goodjob, Mike.
It's Floyd Rose.
Go, Floyd.
Floyd: You're not gonna believe this.
Guess who just showed up.
How's she living, Floyd?
She's got 2 in a Plymouth, at least 3 inside,
and see that guy walking his dog?
He did his business about an hour ago,
and they're still walking.
I had a dog like that once.
It's not his dog, wet wick. They're spies.
The dog works for the CIA?
Hub over radio: All units report.
This is unit one.
We're good to go.
Man on radio: Unit 2, we're ready.
All right, let's roll.
Federal agents! Against the fence!
[Dog Barking] Man: FBI!
Putyour hands behind your head.
Hi, guys. I expectyou know the drill.
Man: Hold it right there.
I never touched him.
Well, we're gonna have to take him
into custody anyway. Mike, Frank.
What areyou gonna charge him with,jaywalking?
I don't suppose I could have a little chat with him here first?
I don't think so, Elise. Not in this lifetime.
You know, Hub-- May I call you Hub?
Yes, you may.
Ifyou guys hadn't blown the surveillance,
we'd have been able to follow the money.
What doyou say, Khalil?
You would have led us right toyour friends, wouldn'tyou?
What friends?
Take him out.
What friends, Elise?
What haveyou got for me, huh?
Come on. Share something with me, Elise.
Enlighten me.
You can tell me now, oryou can tell me downtown.
You know, one phone call, and he's mine.
You know the number.
I have about, uh--
You have the right to remain silent.
You have the right to an attorney.
That's whatyou also have.
Oh, come on.
Hey, doyou have any idea
whatyou're starting here?
What kind ofshit storm this could turn into?
Kidnapping, obstruction ofjustice,
Get her out ofhere.
I love whatyou've done with the place.
Frank: So, Elise,
you okay back there?
you don't get carsick or anything?
those handcuffs too tight?
Shuf Mountains, Right?
Shiite or Sunni?
Wow. You're really good.
She's really good.
So what's going on here, Elise?
Paint bomb, was that a warning?
American University of Beirut.
I was there from '79 to '82.
No shit.
Yeah. My father taught economics. Henry Kraft.
Is there a terrorist cell operating in the city
that we're unaware of?
It's such a tragedy.
Growing up there was like paradise.
Like an exotic Paris.
Right, Frank?
Yeah, it's real exotic
on Rikers Island, too.
You know what they do to women in there?
Mmm, yum.
[Telephone Rings]
[Telephone Rings]
Frank here.
[Telephone Rings]
3 men, definitely armed,
and this time they're still on the bus.
So no communication ofany kind?
No, no, it's weird.
They'rejust in there.
Just in there. Okay.
See ifyou can get the frequency ofthe bus driver's radio.
We'll try and get him on the phone.
Get a couple ofdat phones, okay?
Make sure they're secure portables.
Perfect. The negotiator's on his way.
A couple oftechies, too, Frank.
We want sound.
There's children on that bus.
We counted about 6.
That gives us something to workwith, then, doesn't it?
Elise: What's happening out there?
Take her outside the perimeter, will you?
They've taken another bus, haven't they?
Hey, talk to me.
You want to talk now.
You want me to beyour friend now. Is that it?
Listen. These guys are the real deal.
Are they? How doyou know?
Is there a terrorist cell operating in Brooklyn?
The blue bus, was that a warning?
Yes, and I'm afraid they're gonna blow this one.
How doyou know they're gonna blow the bus
ifthey haven't blown it already?
- I don't know. - You don't know.
They haven't asked for anything, have they?
Frank: The driver's name is Larry Kaiser.
He says they've got explosives
strapped to their chests,
they've got automatic weapons,
and he thinks they're speaking Arabic.
Where the hell is the negotiator?
The tunnels got 20-minute delays.
They're working on both bridges.
Okay, did he say anything else about the device?
Did he describe it an anyway?
Did he talk about cords or buttons or anything?
No. He didn't say.
Oh, God.
They're not here to negotiate.
Theywere waiting for the cameras.
Theywant everybody watching.
You've got the shooters in place?
Yeah. So?
Use them.
Kill them now.
Look, it's lose-lose anywayyou play it.
You want to lose little or lose big?
I got the marksmen on the com.
They're waiting for a clean shot.
Let me have the phone.
Hello, Larry.
This is Agent Hubbard, FBI.
I'm gonna be negotiating ourway out ofthis.
Hub: Yes, we got somebody here who can translate,
butyou gotta remain calm.
All right. Put them on the phone.
Hello, sir.
My name is Anthony.
I wantyou to know right from the start I'm not the boss.
[Speaking Arabic]
I don't have the authority to negotiate any deals
or to respond to any demands.
[Speaking Arabic]
You need anything in there? Any medical supplies?
Anybody need any help?
[Speaking Arabic]
I don't even know ifthey understand.
Look, I knowyou may not want to talk to me,
but areyou willing to listen to me?
[Speaking Arabic]
Whatever grievances you have, whatever quarrels,
surely it doesn't involve these children.
[Speaking Arabic]
I'm asking you, please,
would you please let the children go?
[Frank Speaking Arabic]
[Speaking Arabic]
Thankyou very much.
I appreciateyour gesture.
The best way to get whatyou want
in this situation is to show yourselfto be reasonable,
which you have done.
I appreciate that. I really do.
This way, kids. Come on.
Keep going.
Now we got some more to talk about.
As you can see, I'm unarmed.
I have no weapons.
And what I propose...
is thatyou let these people go...
and I'll take their place.
This wayyou don't have to worry about pizza deliveries
or people running back and forth to the bathroom
or anything like that.
[Speaking Arabic]
And I guaranteeyou that the police department,
FBI, everybody,
they'll disappear.
You look out yourwindow now,
you'll see the helicopters are already moving out.
I'm gonna takeyour silence
to mean thatyou're considering my offer.
I'll tell you what.
Why don'tyoujust let the elderly people go?
[Speaking Arabic]
You know these old people.
They've been standing up there for a long time.
Why notjust let them go?
[Speaking Arabic]
Thankyou very much. Now wejust--
Female reporter: The worst terrorist bombing
in the United States in the past 5 years
took place on this site earlier today.
Male reporter: Beirut came to Brooklyn today
when the worst terrorist bombing in the United States
since Oklahoma City
took the lives ofmore than 25 people--
Second female reporter: Authorities are withholding
the names ofthose who died--
Second male reporter: No group has yet stepped forward
to take responsibility for the blast.
Authorities are refusing to comment
other than to say that the investigation
is alreadywell underway.
All right, everybody take a seat.
ASAICs, supervisors.
Just got offthe phone with leaders
ofthe Arab community.
We have their complete support and cooperation.
they love this country as much as we do.
Theywant these criminals brought tojustice
as badly as we do.
Having said that, let me say this.
I want to rumble every trap, hole, market,
community center, every student organization
that has ever said a bad word about this country,
I want to know about 'em.
I wantyou to turn the heat up
under every one ofyour resources. Every one.
Every snitch, twist him inside out.
Every source, turn him upside down.
See what falls out ofhis pocket.
Shake the trees, throw some money at 'em.
Whatever it takes.
I want results.
Call your families, find a sleeping bag,
Because nobody is going home
until we find a strand to pull on.
I don't want to see anybodywalking!
You better be running! What?
- Now, mike. - Yeah.
Haveyou got positive I.D.?
We don't have a positive I.D. on anybody.
All right.
Oklahoma City.
The first 24 hours
are the only 24 hours.
Do whatyou do best.
[Whispering] Tell me about the money.
[Speaking Arabic]
He says he loves America.
He onlywanted to get away from the security services.
Sure, sure. Tell me about the money.
[Speaking Arabic]
He'sjust sorry.
He didn't know he was doing anything bad.
Tell me about the money!
[Speaking Arabic]
His cousin introduced him to a man
who promised him $200 for his dowry
ifhe took the suitcase to an address in Brooklyn.
He's a mule.
[Door Opens And Closes]
I want to run down every rental agreement
from every landlord in Brooklyn.
Hotels, motels, flophouses.
It's cash.
They're the only ones in America using cash.
We got a positive I.D. on 5 ofthe victims so far.
I need a 6-man team.
I have put a lot ofmoney in thisjoker.
It's about time he started earning it.
I don't care about any convention.
I want to see all security cam videos
from every nearbyATM, convenience store, bank...
What's the time difference between here and Amman?
Uh, 7 hours.
This is a plasmagram ofthe symtex used in bus 87.
As you can see, the signature's identical
to that used in the army barracks.
Frank: What kind ofidents do we have so far?
We're still checking all the latents on the computer.
Man: I'm looking for real-time video.
I need faces, not voices.
Ifit's international,
we're talking a $2 million reward.
Yeah, I want a list ofthe next 1 0 targets.
Frank: Checkwith Interpol.
Any foreign matter?
We got some shrapnel.
We got to run it through the lab,
see ifit matches the metal on the bus.
Does the lab stay open
till we find out what we're dealing with orwhat?
24 hours. You busy?
What a fuckin' mess.
Excuse me, sir.
Got a hit. I found him.
This is the list ofthe probables.
And that's the hit.
Ali Waziri.
Ladies and gentlemen...
[Clears Throat]
meet the late, uh, Ali Waziri,
one ofthe bombers ofbus 87.
We were able to trace this sucker
to a, uh... group in Ramallah.
That's West Bank, not west side,
for all you peoplejust joining us from Nebraska.
We pulled his landing card and his I-94,
so now we know he came in 3 days ago out of Frankfurt.
What we need now is to fill in the time between his arrival
and the time ofthe incident.
We need all known associations,
and most ofall, we need an address.
Here's the kicker, guys--
Ali Waziri was on the terrorist watch list.
How'd he get into the country?
Here it is.
Student visa.J-one.
Now, where's the original?
Probably in his passport.
Where's the passport?
It's in a million pieces.
Where's the copy?
Point ofissuance.
Could be American consulate in Tel Aviv, Amman, Cairo...
every legal attache that we have
in every consulate
in every city that Frank just mentioned,
get them on the phone. I want the visa. Yes?
Sir, they need you in the lab.
I want the visa, Danny.
It's cotton.
Pure unadulterated egyptian cotton.
Soyou're saying they're Egyptian.
No. What i'm saying is this isjust--
What they use in funerals.
Guywas wearing a shroud.
The real deal?
That's right.
I'm gonna go have a little chat
with our new friend.
I thought one phone call and you were out ofhere.
Yeah, well, I didn't make the call.
Why not?
Areyou all right?
Yeah. Yeah.
Yeah. A little tinnitus in the ear.
I need to know what I don't know.
Yeah, life's too short.
Areyou hungry?
Are we ordering in?
The funeral shroud is the final step
in the ritual of self-purification.
First, a fast, then--
the washing ofthe body, then the shroud, right.
I saw it on 60 Minutes.
Tell me something I don't know.
In March,
we identified the man we believed responsible
for bombing the army barracks lastyear.
In August, he went to Lebanon where he was extracted.
Extracted? Extracted bywhom?
I see.
His name's SheikAhmed Bin Talal.
He's Iraqi.
He's something ofa religious leader.
With something of a devoted following?
Okay, I can understand.
Whywe wouldn't want to advertise the fact
that, uh, our government's in the kidnapping business,
but why not let us know?
Well, he's still being debriefed.
They don't want to go public with the charges.
What about his followers?
Well, clearly they're committed.
In this game, the most committed wins.
Hub. Excuse me.
Hub. Excuse me.
We made the guy in the picture.
Frank: My people.
The last of the unambivalent smokers.
His name is Samir Nazhde.
He teaches Arab Studies at Brooklyn College.
He's the one who sponsored Ali Waziri's student visa.
And dig this--
His brother blew up a movie theater in Tel Aviv.
You might consider leaving him alone.
Whywould we consider that?
Well, you can play him like a cop
and haul him in now and getyour arrest,
oryou can tag him,
let him lead you to the really big fish.
[Speaking Arabic]
You're fishing, and he's getting visas for bombers.
You ever heard of catch-and-release?
Mm-hmm. And he's on the first plane to Tunis.
[Sighs] Hub.
Hub, now's the time.
Take him down.
FBI. Freeze!
Hey, hey, hey! Ow!
Samir Nazdhe, my name is Frank Haddad.
I'm a federal agent.
We have reason to believe thatyou're an accessory
in the bombing ofbus 87.
Areyou crazy?
You were an associate ofAli Waziri.
Sir, I know nobody ofthat name.
You sponsored his student visa.
I sign these applications as a matter ofcourse.
Hundred ofthem. You know how it is.
Everybodywants to come to America--
You spent 2 years in Israeli jails during the Intifada.
Well, yeah, I did,
but the only ones who didn't were women, likeyou.
[Both Speaking Arabic]
I'm sorry.
Family matter.
You're going downtown, my friend.
You cannot harm me. I know my rights.
Defrauding the I.N.S. is a federal offense.
Reservation for one, please.
We need a search warrant on Samir.
Frank, let me talk toyou for a second.
You ever hit a prisoner again,
I'm gonna have your badge.
Someday I'll tell you what his people
did to myvillage in '75.
All right, all right. Your preaching's required.
Just don't do it again. All right?
Now act like I'm capable ofsaying something funny.
Some people are watching.
Hey, Danny, find me ajudge
who'll play ball with me this time
and set up a polygraph for Samir.
You know, I still don't understand
whywe're tipping our hand with him.
What's there to tip?
Yeah, what's there to tip?
Protecting your asset, aren'tyou? Aren'tyou?
He's your asset, he's yourjoe,
he's working foryou, you're his case officer, right?
Uh, sometimes, in addition to being a nationality,
being a Palestinian is a profession,
a very lucrative one.
Meaning he's yourjoe, right?
Mine, yours,
the Israelis, the Saudis.
One time or another,
everybody in the Middle East
is sleeping with everybody else.
Soyou're saying you sleep around.
Only professionally.
So we share.
- No. - No?
Call I.N.S., check Samir's status,
start deportation procedures.
I can't letyou do that.
Oh, you can't let me do that.
What precisely is your involvement
with these people, Elise?
Samir has been a very important project
ofmine for some time.
I'm the only one he'll deal with.
He's verywell-connected and extremely high-strung.
Call I.N.S., Frank.
How easy is it to get inside, Frank?
How good areyour sources in the community?
How many people you got in Hamas? Huh?
No surveillance. I've seen your deft touch.
Daily reports, we tap his phone.
I see the transcripts.
No problem.
- And I run him. - We share him.
No. He can't know we're talking.
I won't tell him.
- And no poly? - Never.
All right, let him fly, Frank,
but I want to see some food on my plate,
you understand me?
Any more surprises for me, Elise?
Not tonight.
I'm gonna get some sleep.
You let him hit me!
How can you let them hit me?
Well, next time, don't be such a smart-ass.
Hey, don't tell me what I have to do.
Do we really have to have this conversation again?
Do we?
[Speaking Arabic]
I need you to help me.
I need you to be strong,
likeyou've always been strong,
for both ofus.
Samir, look at me.
Look at me.
[Telephone Rings]
Yeah, Frank?
You know, some peoplejust cannot live in the camps.
For my brother, it was already like dying.
The only thing he lives for is movies.
And then some sheik came and tell him that...
to die forAllah is beautiful.
And ifhe does this thing,
our parents will be taken care of,
and he will live on in paradise with 70 virgins.
I mean...
[Chuckles, Sniffles]
And my brother,
he need to believe it very much.
So he straps 1 0 sticks ofdynamite to his chest.
And he went to the movie.
And then I become a V.I.P.
It's very confusing.
So who areyou afraid ofbetraying?
We know these people. They bomb, they maim.
They represent the Palestine you want to build?
They're using you.
You are using me, too.
Everybody uses the Palestinians.
Hey. You make reports about our little talks?
And what about fucking me?
I had to get special permission for that.
Beats the shit out ofcable.
He asked to wait inside.
Good morning. Bill Devereaux.
I know whoyou are. I was with the 82nd--
Airborne. Yeah, I know.
I was in the 1 73rd at the time.
God, duty, honor, country--
- Remember? - Mm-hmm.
Where on Capitol Hill orWall Street or Hollywood
haveyou heard anyone utter one ofthose phrases
in the last 1 0 years?
What brings you to New York, General?
The president's concerned.
He's worried that-- Haveyou met the president?
Uh, no, I haven't.
I read the newspapers, though.
I know he's concerned about terrorism.
Well, with all due affection for the man,
the president doesn't know fuck-all
about the Mideast or terrorism
that I don't write on his cue cards.
He is an expert in covering his own ass,
ifyou catch my meaning.
Yes, I do.
So I guess you didn't come up here
just for a cup ofcoffee, huh?
With all due respect,
I thinkwe're on the right track.
That's exactly what I told the president.
The army's not some big green police machine.
Stickwith the men on the ground
is what I advised the president.
Well, I appreciate your support.
As long as you're sureyou're not chasing your tail here.
So what can you tell me
about the Sheik Ahmed Bin Talal?
Just that he's old news.
But we received 2 communications
from the bombers to release him.
We can't release him.
I know our stated policy is to never negotiate--
We can't release him because we don't have him.
We never did.
Our latest intel says that he's dead.
The agency doesn't think so.
The CIA didn't know the Berlin Wall was coming down
until bricks started hitting them in the head.
Who's your source?
Elise Kraft.
A woman will never understand the Middle East.
Just between you and me,
Elise Kraft wouldn't know a sheik from a prophylactic
by the same name.
Well, I, uh, appreciate the heads up.
Hub, we followed up that tip on--
Why, Elise, what a nice surprise.
How areyou?
Hello, General.
How nice to seeyou again.
Please, don't let me interrupt.
Uh, sorry. The tip on the landlord--it looks solid.
Sounds like I should get out ofyourway
and letyou get back to work.
Agent Hubbard. Pleasure.
Ifyou need anything, you know where we are.
Making new friends?
Not 2 judges from now, not 2 hours from now,
not 2 minutes from now.
These guys are gonna split any second.
Frank's working on anotherwarrant.
You don't understand. These guys are pros.
From the age of 1 2,
they've been dodging people likeyou,
people better than you.
Yeah, well, even people likeyou.
Hub, this isn't about your sparkling record, okay?
Okay. It's against the law, Elise.
Yeah,just because you went to night school
or filled out the back ofa matchbook,
whateveryou did to get a law degree,
doesn't makeyou SirThomas More.
Andjust because you checked my files...
You're gonna lose them!
doesn't makeyou an expert on me.
You think I want to lose them?
You think I'm in the losing people business, huh?
IfI don't take them down properly,
they hit the streets in 2 hours.
I don't care ifI find symtex, plutonium, dynamite,
self-lighting charcoal briquettes--
without the right warrant, theywalk, you understand?
They've also got a warrant, okay?
A warrant from God. They're ready to die.
Your quaint laws,
they don't mean shit to these people.
Last I checked, you're an American citizen.
You know, I sawyour file, too.
And I'm sorry that the Cold War is over
and all you little masters- of-the-universe CIA types
got no work over in Afghanistan or Russia
or Iran orwhatever the hell it is,
but this ain't the Middle East.
Oh, really?
We're in.
[Men Speaking Arabic Over Headphones]
Frank: It's the same guys as the bus. I know it.
What are they saying?
They're discussing how difficult it is
to find a decent cup ofcoffee over here.
I make out 3 voices. What haveyou got?
It seems like 3.
Ifwe had microwave, we'd know for sure.
The CIA's got microwave.
How come we don't have microwave?
There are 3 ofthem.
All day long, theywatch TV.
And eat pizza.
Nothing but pizza. Pizza, pizza, pizza.
You want change orwhat?
No. Put it on floor.
Haven'tyou heard? Crime is down 7% in this city.
[Speaking Arabic]
Hooray for pizza!
[Conversing In Arabic]
FBI! Hands in the air! Putyour gun down!
FBI! Freeze!
- 2 up! - 3 up!
We're clear! We're clear!
Hubbard: Everybody okay?
We're good.
Good, good. You all right?
How we doing over here? Fred?
He's terminal.
He's dead.
Take a look.
It's all here, every component.
Det cords, symtex.
Just like the bus.
We got 'em.
Female reporter: 3 men were reported killed today
after a shootout with the FBI
in a quiet neighborhood in Brooklyn.
Male reporter: Already there are unconfirmed reports ofa link
between the victims, who are reported to be Arab-speaking,
and the bombers ofbus 87.
FBI spokesman, Anthony Hubbard.
Uh, we are presently following up on as many leads,
and, uh, we're confident that we're on the right track.
I thinkwe're all happy that these criminals
are offthe streets,
and we can all get on with our lives.
[Chanting In Arabic]
I think the FBI deserves special recognition
for the speed
with which they handled this current crisis.
I'd especially like to single out
Special Agent Tony Hubbard
and the men and women ofthe NYPD, FBI...
Here we are.
Drink up, everyone.
My first boyfriend was Palestinian.
You know, my father used to say
they seduceyou with their suffering.
Haveyou ever been over there?
Haveyou seen the camps?
No. No, never been.
Oh, there's these incredibly warm, hospitable people,
living in this horrible place.
Butyetyou work against them.
Only the crazy.
I tend to be suspicious ofall true believers,
present company included.
Areyou saying I'm a fanatic?
Why areyou a fed?
You read my file. You tell me.
Okay. All right, I'll tell you.
Catholic school...
St. Raymond's in the Bronx.
President ofthis, captain ofthat,
hard work, make a difference,
fair play,
change the system from within.
What aboutyou? What doyou believe?
Like what?
Like right and wrong.
It's easy to tell the difference
between right and wrong.
Is it?
yes. what's hard is choosing the wrong
that's more right.
I just...
No, I just want to make things
a little better, okay?
Ignore me. I'm shitfaced.
Elise. Elise.
- Frank. - Ahh.
Tell us all about being a spook.
Come on. It's the Bay of Pigs.
You're there on the beach with all the Girl Scouts.
I love the wayyou guys
predicted the fall of the Soviet Union. Genius.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, right.
AndJ. Edgar Hoover wore a dress, right?
Mmm. I love Lebanese men.
Come on, let's dance.
Come on, Hub. Dance with me.
It's yourwife.
[Slow Song Playing]
This feels like high school.
Except my prom date didn't wear a gun.
So what's the latest on Samir?
I want a list ofevery visa he sponsored.
I'm not sure he'll do it.
You know, I once knew this undercover guy
who cared so much for his source...
He's a source, period.
You ever consider the fact
that he might be in bed with the other side?
Samir in bed with them?
That would be too much to wish for.
You're so confident.
Only in bed.
[Glass Shattering]
[Horns Honking]
Frank: It's a Broadway theater.
It went offjust as people were getting up for intermission.
There are bodies everywhere.
[Horns Honking]
Sir, help 'em! They're trapped inside!
Male reporter: No group has taken responsibility
for the bombing yet so far as we know.
Female reporter: Scores of the wealthiest and brightest
of New York society were killed last night
when a bomb ripped through a crowded theater.
The list ofvictims is a veritable who's who
ofthe city's cultural leaders.
You can be sure that all of our considerable resources
are being brought to bear on the situation.
Male reporter: New York City has been brought to its knees
by the events ofthe past week.
Retail sales are down 72%.
Hate crimes have skyrocketed.
And the FBI seems, at least for the moment,
incapable ofstopping the terror.
Once busy streets are eerily silent
as many have fled.
Man: Ira, why do they let those people in the country?
They know who those people are.
Woman: Ifyou think i'm gonna let my kids out there
with all this stuffgoing on, you have got to be crazy.
Female reporter: The Senate Intelligence Committee
today authorized a special panel
to investigate the current situation in New York City.
Announcer: Tonight at 1 0:00-- terrorism in the United States.
Man: The worst kind ofreaction
is a reaction that's based on fear.
Frank: He says ifyou're
on the State Department terrorist watch list,
you cannot get into the country.
So I sayAli Waziri was on the watch list,
and he got in.
What did the State Department say?
They told me to call I.N.S.
What did I.N.S. say?
They told me to call State.
[Loud Bang]
Oh, God!
The purpose ofthis meeting--
is to keep our city safe,
and your department's responsibility--
My department what, asshole?
is to keep us safe.
Look, I'm very sorry, but we're gonna have to raise our hands
before we ask a question, okay? Yes, sir?
Howard Kaplan, I.N.S.
Howyou doing, Howard?
Good, thanks.
So, we pulled every ethnic visa in the city
and traced them to the source.
Bring 'em in, and we talk to 'em.
What about translators?
Woman: How many people we talking about here?
1 ,600, maybe more.
- 1 ,600? - That's right.
Where are we gonna put 1 ,600 people?
Danny, slow down, okay? Yes, sir?
What about a military presence
atJ FK and La Guardia?
I don't thinkwe're thereyet,
and I don't think it's gonna stop these criminals. Sir?
What about protecting the Arab population?
There's a lot ofanger out there.
I represent the Arab Antidefamation League.
Whatever injustices my people may be suffering
at this very difficult moment, we will continue
to show our commitment to this country.
I appreciate that. thankyou, sir.
And I want to thank everybody for their patience today.
This has been an extremely difficult--
London, Paris,
Athens, Rome,
Belfast, Beirut--
We're not the first city to have to deal with terrorism.
In Tel Aviv--
In Tel Aviv, the day after they bombed the market in Tel Aviv,
the market was open, and it was full.
This is New York City...
We can take it.
[Pagers Beeping, Cell Phones Ringing]
Oh, my God. It's the Buckley School.
Not kids.
One ofthe moms was carrying a gun,
wounds the guy as he's planting the device.
He kills her, then he locks them all on the roof.
Any kids get hurt?
I don't know.
It's over there on the table.
I don't know ifit's a radio or a timer orwhat.
Whoa, hold right there.
See ifyou can move in a little closer on the device.
Right there. Focus that.
Radio device. He's got a radio control.
Frank: What the fuck's the news media doing here?
They must have been monitoring our frequency.
Danny, your boys were supposed to call the F.A.A.
to clear the airspace!
I'm on it, I'm on it.
Do it now.
This is NYPD...
Get those fuckin' birds out ofhere!
[Girl Crying]
Everybody out. Takeyour time.
Frank: Need some help here.
All right, come on.
Eitherwe answer this threat quickly and convincingly,
or next week, there will be a hundred more
all over the world.
Sounds great, General.
Why can't we find out who's behind it?
It seems to me, gentlemen,
that conventional law enforcement
just isn't up to the task.
How about who's behind who's behind this?
Either Libya, Iran, Iraq, possibly Syria.
Ask a question, get an atlas.
All I know is that we must respond.
That's an excellent idea, Senator.
How do we do that?
Find out who they are and bomb the shit out ofthem.
And ifwe can't find out?
I hate to be the voice ofdoom, but it keeps escalating.
First a bus, then a theater. What's next?
How about sending in the National Guard?
The National Guard is for riot control, Senator,
not for counterterrorism.
The army then. I've read the contingency plans.
It's established legal doctrine--
posse comitatus.
the army can't be turned against our own people.
Even ifthat's what are own people are asking for, 3 to 1 ?
Ifthe president's willing to declare a state of--
President Lincoln declared martial law in 1 862.
he suspended habeas corpus.
Which the Supreme Court
later found unconstitutional.
Ex parte millegan.
And I've got an election in November--
Ex-United States Congressman.
Let's save the quips for the Sunday morning talk shows.
The president's plane lands in 2 hours,
and we owe it to him to have a consensus.
You don't fight ajunkyard dog with A.S.P.C.A. rules.
Whatyou do is you take the leash
offyour own bigger, meaner dog.
The army's a broadsword, not a scalpel.
Trust me, Senator,
you do not want the army in an American city.
But hypothetically,
how long would it takeyou to deploy?
You know we can't go in
until the president invokes the War Powers Act.
I understand that, General.
Let's assume for a moment
that the order has been given.
1 2 hours after the president gives the order,
we can be on the ground.
One light infantry division of 1 0,700 men.
Elements ofthe rapid deployment force,
special forces, delta,
A.P.C.S, helicopters, tanks,
and, ofcourse, the ubiquitous M-1 6 A-1 assault rifle.
A humble enough weapon until you see it in the hands ofa man
outsideyour local bowling alley or 7-1 1 .
It will be noisy, it will be scary,
and it will not be mistaken for a VFW parade.
I remind you, General Devereaux
does not speak for official army policy.
A police function has become accepted
as our role in Haiti and Somalia.
Make no mistake.
We will hunt down the enemy,
we will find the enemy,
and we will kill the enemy.
And no card-carrying member ofthe ACLU
is more dead set against it than I am,
which is why I urgeyou...
I imploreyou...
do not consider this as an option.
I knowjust what the president's going to say.
That's exactlywhyyou're the only man for thejob.
I'd like to introduce Anthony Hubbard.
He's myASAIC on the ground up in Brooklyn.
His team was able to take out the first cell within 36 hours
ofthe attack on the 87 bus.
He's also the man who took out the terrorist
in that schoolhouse.
Thejob ofthe FBI is to...
to respond.
Thejob ofthe army-- to defend.
With the presence ofthe army,
our ability to investigate will be seriously inhibited.
It will push these criminals further underground.
Most importantly, you can't fight a war
against an enemy you can't see.
I think ifwe exercise patience, restraint,
allow our men and women up in New York
to do theirjob...
I thinkwe'll be effective.
Thankyou, Agent Hubbard.
I, too, think that we should proceed with caution.
Some ofyou may not know Sharon Bridger.
Sharon was posted in Iraq
as part of our covert operations
during the GulfWar.
Sir, ifI may.
I'm sure everyone here
knows the traditional model ofthe terrorist network.
One cell controls all others.
Cut offthe head, the bodywill wither.
Unfortunately, the old wisdom no longer applies.
The new paradigm is each cell
operates independent ofthe other.
Cut offone head, another rises up in its place.
Bus 87 was the work ofthe first cell
whose remaining elements, we believe,
the FBI took down.
This then activated the work ofcell 2.
The theater gala.
At the most, we believe, there are 3,
possibly 4 cells.
Well, then how much longer
before we can take out the last cell?
We don't know.
Male reporter: This is a tragedy ofstaggering proportion.
One Federal Plaza was the headquarters
ofthe FBI counterterrorism task force,
as well as many other federal agents...
Female reporter: Authorities are withholding
the names ofthose who died.
Male reporter: The worst in New York City's history.
The most devastating...
Second newsman: Letters ofcondolence
have been received from leaders around the world.
Boris Yeltsin forwarded a message...
Body count's a little over 200 so far.
What about our people?
Mike, Tina.
Theywere all in there working.
This is Colonel Hardwick, army intelligence.
I'm here as an advisor only.
I intend to keep a low profile.
Appreciateyour concern.
I don't mean to be insensitive,
but, uh,just what exactly are your capabilities at this point?
Your infrastructure?
You're standing on our infrastructure.
Excuse me.
Hey, Hub,
they managed to get a partial VI N number
offthe van.
DMV says it was reported stolen the day before...
in Brooklyn?
You got it.
Hub, the final body count just came in.
600 dead.
[Doorbell Buzzes]
[Doorbell Buzzes]
I'm very sorry aboutyour friends.
Frank, it's, uh...
I didn't catch your last name, Sharon.
Howyou doing, Frank?
Been better.
the agency came up with another list ofprobables.
I thinkwe should circulate them.
this stuffmight be good.
Whywas there no warning from Samir?
Because he didn't know anything.
Says Samir.
Says me.
Maybe I'll ask him.
Yeah, over my dead body.
Over 600 dead bodies.
Look, he's one ofthe good guys, okay?
How can you be so sure?
Because he was part ofthe operation
to destabilize Saddam Hussein with me, okay?
Samir is a go-between.
He risked his life for us over there.
Go-between who, Sharon?
Look, come on, I need names, okay?
I need--I need photographs or something, okay?
I don't need a history lesson.
I can't giveyou pictures
because I don't know what they look like.
We did everything at arm's length.
Soyou got nothing?
I've got Samir.
Well, does Samir have any contact with them?
So how does he do it?
He can't. They initiate.
And otherwise?
He's waiting.
He's--He's waiting?
What the hell is he waiting for?
More bodies? More buildings?
We got a lot ofbuildings out there.
Maybe he's waiting to blow up a few more ofthem.
Hey, look, I know howyou must feel.
Hey, look, you don't know how I feel.
I lost friends ofmine tonight.
You don't know how I feel!
They'll make contact soon.
When? That's what I want to know--when?
Why soon? Why not now?
What is the trade craft? What are the visuals?
What are the iron sights?
You know, all that CIA spy shit.
All right, I'll tell you what I'm going to do.
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 aboutyou.
Then I'm going to take those transcripts--
I'm going to take them to a friend ofmine
at the New York Times
whojust loves to write stories
about the link between the CIA and political horror shows.
Ifyou burn him, you'll lose any chanceyou've got.
So what?
It's lose-lose, isn't that whatyou said?
I'm not fucking with you.
How could you possibly rememberwhoyou're fucking?
- 24 hours. - Forwhat?
24 hours forwhat, Sharon?
Have anything for me?
Man: Nothing new.
Man: Now, we've got 3 bombings in New York City.
We've got 600 people dead.
The NYPD, the FBI, they don't seem up to it.
Do we need to bring the army into this, Arianna?
Absolutely. How many people have to die
before we do bring the army...
U.S. government troops are not trained
to police their own population.
That's why we have an FBI.
That's whywe have a police force.
No. You see--
We don't want an occupying army
in Brooklyn.
I would imagine you would have to speak
to the army to verify those rumors.
Arianna: And here we have the FBI
having failed to do theirjob,
having failed...
Devereaux: This is an attack.
This is a time ofwar.
The fact that it's inside our borders
only means that it's a new kind ofwar.
Man: This is the kind ofshit
these towel heads do in their own country,
and now they're bringing it here.
Man: People must understand that the word ''Arab''
is not synonymous with the word ''terrorist.''
Islam is a religion ofpeace.
These people defile the Holy Koran when they use...
Man: You know there's a lot ofpent-up frustration...
Reporter: A merchant, Abdul Hassam,
was beaten today and his store vandalized.
Reporter: The president released a statement today--
''One of our greatest freedoms
is the freedom from fear,''
and he pledged to protect that freedom
with all the resources...
The FBI has received another fax.
Ahmed Bin Talal.
Apparently, they're still under the impression
that we have him.
Do we...
have him?
Let me giveyou a little advice, Steve.
Do not come between me and the president.
I am speaking for the president.
As far as the president is concerned,
no, we do not have him.
General, did you know that afteryesterday's attack
halfthe parents in this country
kept their kids out ofschool?
They're attacking ourway oflife.
It ends now.
Areyou saying the president is prepared
to take the necessary steps?
I am saying
the president
is prepared to be
[Telephone Rings]
Sharon: It's me. Turn on the TV.
Hang on.
Female reporter: The senate remained in emergency session
late into the night
debating the president's call for martial law.
We have, in this country,
a tradition ofinvoking martial law...
Yeah, I got it.
onlywhen the most dire ofcircumstances
require it,
but at what cost?
All eyes now turn to New York City
to see ifmartial law will bring the terror to an end.
Man: Move it!
[Whistle Blows]
Good morning.
Today, with the invocation ofthe War Powers Act
by the president,
I am declaring a state ofmartial law
in this city.
To the best ofour knowledge,
we are opposed by no more than 20 ofthe enemy.
He is hiding among a population
ofroughly 2 million.
Intelligence tells us
that he is most likely Arab-speaking,
between the age of 1 4 and 30--
narrowing the target to 1 5,000 suspects.
We can further reduce that number
down to those that have been in this country
less than 6 months.
Nowyou have 20 hiding among 2,000.
Ifyou are one ofthese 20 young men,
you can hide among a population
ofsimilar ethnic background.
Unfortunately foryou, you can only hide there,
and that population,
in the classic immigration pattern,
is concentrated
right here in brooklyn.
We intend to seal off this borough,
then we intend to squeeze it.
This is the land ofopportunity, gentlemen--
the opportunity to turn yourselves in.
After sundown tonight,
anyyoung man fitting the profile I described
who is not cooperating
will be arrested and detained.
There is historically nothing more corrosive
to the morale ofa population
than policing its own citizens,
but the enemywould be sadly mistaken
iftheywere to doubt our resolve.
They are now face-to-face
with the most fearsome military machine
in the history ofman,
and I intend to use it
and be back on base in time for the playoffs.
Thankyou foryour time.
[Man Shouting]
Good to seeyou again, Hub.
Can't say the same thing aboutyou, General--
not like this, not in that uniform.
I thought you were against this.
I am against this. This was not my call.
Soyou'rejust following orders, huh?
The president madeyou put tanks on the Brooklyn Bridge?
Areyou questioning my patriotism?
I'm questioning yourjudgment.
Man on radio: Negative, command.
I'm here serving my president
and quite possibly not in the best interest
ofour nation.
My profession does not allow me
to make that kind ofdistinction.
I won't question your patriotism,
but don'tyou ever again question my command.
Doyou understand me?
I'm not underyour command.
You really believe that, hub?
Take a look around and tell me that's true.
Arrogant prick.
You ever met anybody so in love
with the sound ofhis own voice?
We're putting Samir into play.
Now? With all this going on? He'll freak.
Yeah, He'll freak. I'm already freaked.
The whole damn city's freaked.
Oh, fuck it--One more lamb to the slaughter.
Hey, hey, hey, hey.
It's fine. He's cool.
What's he fucking doing here?
Hey, doyou know what's happened outside?
They're killing Arabs out there.
You can put a stop to it, Samir.
What areyou talking about? The army's here.
They're setting up interrogation centers
right now.
They're torturing people in cellars.
Calm down, all right?
I got to get out ofhere,
and you have to help me.
We'll helpyou.
I--I just need more money.
You got a student visa forAli Wasir.
I told you. I know nobody ofthat name.
Tell him what he wants to know! He knows!
She's fucking crazy!
You don't know who they really are!
Shut up! Stop simpering.
Look, I've got a picture ofthe two ofus, Samir.
You remember that picture?
Well, I'm going to post it
in every shop in Brooklyn,
and then I'm going to send copies
to some friends ofmine in the West Bank.
Your mother's still there, isn't she?
All right, all right!
Fucking let go ofme!
All right, get out ofhere.
Get out!
I'm sorry.
Hey, nobody's going to burn you, okay, Samir?
nobody's going to call anybody.
- Who asked you to get the visa? - Oh, come on.
Hey, hey, Samir,
just calm down, okay?
I'm telling you, there's nothing to be afraid of.
I'm afraid ofgoing to hell.
Me, too.
His name is Tariq Husseini.
He runs an auto shop on Commerce Street
in Redhook.
Commerce Street.
Hubbard: Ifanybody bothers you--
you call me.
Man over P.A.: This is foryour own security.
Do not be alarmed.
Got it.
You're good.
Yeah, you're not so bad yourself.
Hey, Floyd. Yeah. Hub.
Listen, we got to put something together
in a hurry, all right?
Yeah. Where's frank?
All right, well, give him a 91 1 , okay?
And get a beat-up car for him.
[Man Talking Over P.A.]
Yeah, well, beat it up yourselfifyou have to.
896 Commerce Street-- It's a garage in Redhook.
Man over P.A.: Do not be alarmed.
[Crowd Yelling]
Sharon: Oh, shit,
they're going house-to-house.
You know, Tariq will go underground.
We're going to hit him in less than an hour.
Well, hit him hard.
Where areyou going?
I'm going to go stash Samir someplace safe.
All right, I make out 3 inside.
All right, I make out 3 inside.
The 2 guys by the trash barrel are ours,
and they're going to wait until we're set.
Then they're going to come in after us.
All right, let's roll.
Hey, guy.
Yo, I'm looking forTariq. Anybody know Tariq?
He's supposed to be fixing my shit here.
I got that card here somewhere.
He gave me this paper--
Tariq Hossidy or something like that?
Yeah, yeah. He's back there.
- Back there? - Yeah.
All right, man. Thanks.
[Knocks] Hey, Tariq!
Areyou Tariq Husseini?
- He's not here. - He's not here?
[Speaking Arabic]
Can I leave a message for him?
Tell him the FBI is after him.
Ha! You'rejoking.
I'm notjoking.
Put the phone down. Putyour hands up.
Freeze! Hands in the air!
Interlock them behind your head.
[Speaking Arabic]
Yeah, right. Same toyou, too.
Everything's going to be all right.
Man over P.A.: Tariq Husseini,
this is the United States Army.
you are surrounded.
You have 30 seconds to throw out anyweapons
and vacate the premises
with your hands on top ofyour head.
I repeat--
Freeze, god damn it!
God damn it. Code red. Code red.
Pilot: Leader, we are locked on target.
Request permission to fire.
Yes! Now!
Man: Freeze!
- Drop it! - Hold it.
I'm FBI.
Put the gun down, motherfucker!
Hubbard: All right, all right. I'm FBI.
I'm FBI. Just relax. I'm FBI.
Get down on your knees, would you, man?
I'm FBI!
Ladies and gentlemen, there'll be a--
Who was that?
Ladies and gentlemen...
there will be a full briefing
for all journalists.
[People Yelling]
Man over P.A.: Do not be alarmed.
Frank: Frankie!
Frankie Haddad!
Frank Haddad!
- Frank! - Hub. Hub.
- They got frankie. - What?
My kid's in here. My kid's in here someplace.
He's only 1 3.
All right, we'll get him out. We'll find him.
Frank, we'll get him out.
Frank Haddad!
- We'll get him out. - Out?
They came into my house!
Mywife told them who I was!
How many times did I put it on the line, Hub?
How many times?
20 years, we're American citizens,
1 0 years in the bureau!
They knocked her down.
They took him out ofmy house!
Frank Haddad!
Listen to me! Listen to me!
It's wrong.
We'll find him.
All right? We'll find him.
All right.
Come on.
No. No!
I'll find him.
This is where I belong.
Tell them I'm not their sand nigger anymore.
[Mispronounces] You say his name is Haddad?
No. His name is Haddad, Frank Haddad.
His father's a Shiite. We're checking him out.
His father is a federal agent.
His father happens to be my partner.
Don't get in my face, Hubbard.
I just might decide you're an Ethiopian.
You know, you are stupid enough
to think that that's an insult.
Ifa mistake's been made, we'll fix it.
What doyou mean, ifa mistake's been made?
There's no mistake. I'm vouching for the kid.
I want him out.
Why don'tyou getyour priorities straight?
I said we'll look into it.
Yeah, you'll look into it--
just likeyou've been looking into me, right?
Surveilling me?
You think I'm stupid?
You think I don't know what's going on?
I'm doing yourjob foryou,
and I damn near get my head blown off for it.
Now I want FrankJr. out,
and I want to see my prisonerTariq Husseini.
Let's go see your prisoner.
[Speaking Arabic]
[Speaking Arabic]
[Speaking Arabic]
How long haveyou been at him?
Not long enough, apparently.
How much longer, doyou think,
before he gives up the other cells?
He can't give up the other cells
ifhe doesn't know where they are.
He knows.
No, he doesn't.
You said ityourself, Sharon, didn'tyou?
In the strategy meeting, the briefing--
The one cell doesn't know
where the other one is, right?
How long before he breaks, Sharon?
Well, at this rate, too long.
The theaterwas hit
9 hours afterwe took down the first cell.
what other models do we have?
Shake him?
- What about it, Sharon? - Won't work.
It works for the Israelis.
Only in conjunction with sleep deprivation.
It takes at least 36 hours.
We don't have 36 hours.
Electric shock?
The neurotransmitters just shut down.
- Water? - Palestinian authorities...
producing good intel with water.
Ofcourse, there's cutting.
[Praying In Arabic]
It's extremely messy.
[Praying In Arabic]
Areyou people insane?
What areyou talking about?
The time has come for one man to suffer
in order to save hundreds oflives.
One man?
What about 2, huh? What about 6?
How about public executions, huh?
You're free to leave wheneveryou like.
Come on, General, you lost men, I've lost men,
butyou--you can't do this.
What ifwhat they reallywant--
What ifthey don't even want the sheik?
Haveyou considered that?
What if what they reallywant
is for us to herd children into stadiums
like we're doing?
And put soldiers on the street
and--and have Americans looking over their shoulders?
Bend the law,
shred the constitution just a little bit?
Because ifwe torture him, General...
we do that,
and everything that we have bled
and fought and died for
is over,
and they've won.
They've alreadywon.
Escort him out.
Tariq: Aah!
He knew nothing.
[Man Singing In Arabic]
Hubbard: You got to call offthe dogs.
Steve: We can't call offthe army
until the threat is gone.
The army is the threat.
They're the ones out ofcontrol.
Devereaux's killing innocent people.
You guys took the leash offofhim.
Just put it back on him.
Areyou wearing a wire?
It was devereaux
who took the sheik in the first place.
So we do have him?
What doyou think, Hub?
Our government operates as one coherent entity?
Everybody, you and me,
we all wanted that sheik's head on a plate.
Devereaux didn't start this agenda
about hunting down terrorists.
He'sjust kind of pushed it a little bit.
[Man Speaking In Arabic Over P.A.]
Hang on a sec.
So, now what do we do?
There is this growing feeling in certain circles
that we ought tojust let the sheik go--
set him free.
I mean, after all, we kidnapped him.
We kept him in isolation.
Ajudge might let him walk.
You don't let a murderer go free--
any murderer.
Any murderer!
Sharon thinks we can get to the last cell
ifthey believe we're going to release the sheik.
Why should they trust her?
I mean, why should I trust her?
Ask her.
I ran the network in Iraq for 2 years.
Samir recruited them
from among the sheik's followers,
and I trained them in the north.
The sheikwas going to help us overthrow Saddam.
I mean, he was our ally.
We were financing him.
And then...
then there was a policy shift.
It's not like we sold them out exactly.
Wejust stopped helping them.
Theywere slaughtered.
So I quit the operation.
I took another assignment.
Butyou helped them first.
What doyou mean?
You said theywere being slaughtered.
They needed to get out.
Theywere on the terrorist watch list,
soyou got them visas, you and Samir.
I promised them we would take care ofthem.
Theywere working for us.
Doing what exactly?
I told you.
No, you didn't.
You told me thatyou trained them--
trade craft, subversion.
That's whatyou said, wasn't it?
You're leaving something out, aren'tyou, Sharon?
You taught them...
how to make bombs.
That's whyyou were looking
for the wiring signatures on that blue bus.
And now they're here...
doing whatyou taught them how to do.
You've got to let me
make this right.
Man: The president is in close conference
with the mayor of New York,
the governor of New York,
and the attorney general of New York,
and I can assureyou...
Man: ...putting them in a stadium
as we did with theJapanese.
Man: This is the time for all ofus to proclaim
our brotherhood with these people.
TheJewish community opposes the military
to take back in a peaceful fashion our democracy
from the people...
Woman: The people of Brooklyn
will not be held hostage!
Join community and religious leaders
in a march to protest...
Man: Well, what ifit was black people, huh?
What ifit was Italians?
Puerto Ricans?
Female reporter: American Arabs are a vulnerable,
visible population,
and they have no power.
Critics say this is a racist decision,
and the government would not dare do this
to any other--
[Turns OffTV]
Samir's made contact, Frank.
It's the last cell.
He set up a meeting,
but we got to get the army offour tail.
I need your help, Frank.
Frank, it's still ourwatch.
I don't want to see another dead body,
and I knowyou don't.
And when this is over, I promiseyou--
we'll getyour boy back.
[Crowd Shouting]
Woman: March on city hall today!
No fear!
What timeyou got, Frank?
Just 1 0:1 5.
How's he doing?
You shouldjust tell me the message,
and I will pass it on.
I need to deliver it myself.
Believe me,
they're gonna want to hearwhat I have to say.
Woman: No fear!
Let's show them we're not afraid!
Sure he's gonna go through with this?
Well, ifhe doesn't,
he knows I'll give him to Devereaux.
You know, this is the end game,
you understand?
Ifthis goes wrong...
Nothing's gonna go wrong.
We're the CIA.
Something always goes wrong.
Ifthings get hairy, uh...
just remember, the most committed wins.
Let's go.
The 3 ofyou really do make a lovely couple.
Sharon, I beg you,
do not make me do this.
Ifthey even...
Ifthey even dream we've been followed,
theywill kill us.
South on Cadman Plaza.
Sharon: Relax, all right?
Col. Hardwick: General Devereaux,
it appears the feds are in motion. Doyou copy?
Right. Just staywith Hubbard.
The man is definitely not on our team.
Col. Hardwick: Roger that.
Airborne, he's all yours.
Helicopter pilot: This is airborne.
We got him.
Soundgarden's ready.
Hey, wait a minute.
This is not the way to the bathhouse.
You said to get a key from my uncle.
Stop whining. You'll cue the surveillance.
I have a bad feeling here.
Just relax.
Keepyour head down.
We ready?
All set.
We got to hurry, Sharon.
We can't be late.
Here we go.
Pilot: All units, all units.
Subject is on foot.
Pilot: All units, he is running to First and Pearl.
Man on P.A.: This is U.S. Army. Halt!
We're all clear.
All right, let's do it.
Why are we stopping, Sharon? We've got to go.
Just calm down. Everything's gonna be fine.
[Turns On TV]
Look, wejust have to sit tight for 3 minutes.
Can youjust do that much for me?
I don't believe it. Look at this.
[People Shouting On TV]
Arab andJew, side by side.
Black and white.
Christian and Muslim.
It's so tragic.
What? What's tragic?
What doyou mean? Are they gonna hit the march?
Can you imagine a better target?
Because our government has no right...
[Crowd Cheering]
to declare martial law.
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
We've got to hurry, Sharon.
Put this on.
Oh, shoot.
It's 1 1 :00. We gotta get out ofhere.
They're getting ready to move.
Units 1 and 2 on my signal.
Units 3 and 4, stand by.
Units 5 and 6...
This is an unlawful disturbance!
You must disperse!
I repeat!
These soldiers carry live ammunition!
This is your final warning!
I repeat!
These soldiers carry live ammunition!
[Computer beeping]
we missed them.
The bathhouse.
So what's going on?
Why aren't they here?
They'll be here.
Don't worry.
[Whispering In Arabic]
What areyou doing?
What message doyou have for them?
There's no one else coming, is there?
what message doyou have for me, Sharon?
You're the last cell.
There will never be a last cell!
It'sjust the beginning.
[Crowd Chanting '' No Fear!'']
Frank: Move out ofthe way!
Move over! Move over!
How could I have missed the play?
It's because ofthe money.
You believe money is power.
Beliefis power.
Just don't tell me we financed your operation.
The world is a wheel, Sharon.
the Koran preaches...
Do not speak to me ofthe Koran, woman!
Firstyou left me there in Iraq
like a piece ofshit!
And then you take our leader, a holy man--
you put him in prison
for preaching the word ofGod!
So nowyou have to learn the consequences
oftrying to tell to the world how to live.
It's over.
Your point's been made.
Why shed more blood?
[Crowd Chanting Outside]
Those poor people out there.
They're fucking marching foryour cause.
and they, too, will become its martyrs.
Hubbard: Samir.
Let her go, Samir.
Move away from the door.
Don't! He's got a bomb!
Get up. Get up!
Get up!
Samir, let her go, and you'll live.
I said move away from this fucking door!
Hub, I'm here.
No shots, Frank. No shots.
Doyou want to die?
Look, I'll blow it!
Then we all die. Nobody's leaving here.
Move away from this fucking door!
- Shoot! - Shut up!
- Shut up! - Shoot!
- Shoot me! - Shut up!
Kill him! Shoot!
I'm coming!
[Opens Radio Channel]
One ofours down. Stomach wound.
Get here now.
Is he dead?
I'm right here. I'm right here.
I'm right here. Shh.
I'm sorry.
It's okay.
You're okay.
I'm cold.
Shh, shh.
You're okay.
Just relax.
'' Forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive...''
''Those who trespassed against us.''
''And lead us...''
'' Lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us...
from evil...''
'' For thine is the kingdom...''
[Speaking Arabic]
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
No fear!
Agent Hubbard,
would you mind explaining to me
whyyou detained Colonel Hardwick
and 6 of my C.I.D. staff?
The last cell was taken down.
It was Samir. We took him out.
How can you be sure it's the last ofthe cells?
- Sharon. - Sharon's been compromised.
Sharon is dead.
She gave her life.
It's all overwith, General.
What's all overwith?
The sheik.
Is that so?
Clearviolation ofinternational law.
Congressional oversights,
couple ofstatutes, treaties.
Kidnapping, perjury, Logan Act.
Conducting your own personal foreign policy.
I know the whole story.
You don't know shit.
Poor suffering Sharon
and her poor suffering people.
I did what was necessary,
and I won't apologize for it.
Go fuckyourself, bureau.
I serve my country.
Why don'tyou try serving yours?
You have anything else, Agent Hubbard?
One more thing.
This is a writ from the U.S. District Court
ordering the release
ofall persons being held in this stadium.
My authority overrules the courts.
Your authority ends now, General.
William Devereaux, you are under arrest...
for the torture and murder ofTariq Husseini...
an American citizen.
FBI, freeze!
Freeze! Nobody move!
Hold it!
Don't move!
Don't move! Putyour guns down!
Is this some kind ofajoke?
Doyou see me laughing, General?
Orderyour men to lower theirweapons, Hubbard.
Can't do that, General.
Do it now.
The law states--
I am the law!
Right here, right now! I am the law!
You have the right to remain silent.
Order them to lower theirweapons!
You have the right to a fair trial.
You have the right not to be tortured,
not to be murdered,
rights thatyou took away from Tariq Husseini!
You have those rights
because ofthe men that came beforeyou
who wore that uniform.
Because of the men and women
that are here waiting for the order to fire.
Give them the order, General.
Doyou think that I would hesitate to kill you
or every other federal agent in this room
ifit was in the best interests ofmy country?
No, no, no.
You wouldn't hesitate. I know that.
But they might.
Give the order.
Make murderers out oftheseyoung kids.
Give the order.
Give them the order, General!
Stand down, Sergeant.
Woman: General Devereaux,
would you care to comment on the charges?
[Reporters Shouting Questions]
[Women Ululating]
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Son In Law
Son The
Song of the South
Sophies Choice
Sorority boys
Sose me
Soul Guardians The (1998) CD1
Soul Guardians The (1998) CD2
Soul Keeper The (2003)
Soul Plane
Soul Survivors
Sound of Music The
South Park - Bigger Longer and Uncut
South Park 01x01 - Cartman Gets An Anal Probe
South Park 01x02 - Weight Gain 4000
South Park 01x03 - Volcano
South Park 01x04 - Big Gay Als Big Gay Boatride
South Park 01x05 - An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig
South Park 01x06 - Death
South Park 01x07 - Pinkeye
South Park 01x08 - Jesus VS Satan
South Park 01x09 - Starvin Marvin
South Park 01x10 - Mr Hankey the Christmas Poo
South Park 01x11 - Toms Rhinoplasty
South Park 01x12 - Mecha Striesand
South Park 01x13 - Cartmans Mom is a Dirty Slut
Soylent Green 1973
Spacehunter 1983
Spanish Prisoner The CD1
Spanish Prisoner The CD2
Spark the Lighter
Spartacus 2004 CD1
Spartacus 2004 CD2
Spartacus Fixed 1960
Spartan 2004 CD1
Spartan 2004 CD2
Spawn (1997)
Spawn (Directors Cut)
Species 3 CD1
Species 3 CD2
Speed 2 - Cruise Control
Spellbound (Hitchcock 1945)
Spetters 1980
Spider-Man CD1
Spider-Man CD2
Spider (2002)
Spider Man 2 CD1
Spider Man 2 CD2
Spies Like Us 1985
Spirit of the Beehive
Spirited Away CD1
Spirits of the Dead 1968 CD1
Spirits of the Dead 1968 CD2
Spoilers The
Spongebob Squarepants The Movie
Springtime In A Small Town
Spun (Unrated Version)
Spy Game
Spy Hard
Spy Who Came In from the Cold The
Spy Who Loved Me The
Spy Who Shagged Me The - New Line Platinum Series
Spygirl CD1
Spygirl CD2
Square Peg
St Johns Wort - (Otogiriso) 25fps 2001
Stage Beauty 2004
Stage Fright 1950
Stalag 17
Stalker 1979 CD1
Stalker 1979 CD2
Star Trek Generations CD1
Star Trek Generations CD2
Star Wars - Episode II Attack of the Clones
Star Wars - Episode IV A New Hope
Star Wars - Episode I The Phantom Menace
Star Wars Episode 4 (A New Hope) CD1
Star Wars Episode 4 (A New Hope) CD2
Star Wars Episode 5 (Empire Strikes Back) CD1
Star Wars Episode 5 (Empire Strikes Back) CD2
Star Wars Episode 6 (Return of the Jedi) CD1
Star Wars Episode 6 (Return of the Jedi) CD2
Stargate SG1 1x01 Children of the Gods
Stargate SG1 1x02 The enemy Within
Stargate SG1 1x03 Emancipation
Stargate SG1 1x04 The Broca Divide
Stargate SG1 1x05 The First Commandment
Stargate SG1 1x06 Cold Lazarus
Stargate SG1 1x07 The Nox
Stargate SG1 1x08 Brief Candle
Stargate SG1 1x09 Thors Hammer
Stargate SG1 1x10 The Torment of Tantalus
Stargate SG1 1x11 Bloodlines
Stargate SG1 1x12 Fire and Water
Stargate SG1 1x13 Hathor
Stargate SG1 1x14 Singularity
Stargate SG1 1x15 The Cor AI
Stargate SG1 1x16 Enigma
Stargate SG1 1x17 Solitudes
Stargate SG1 1x18 Tin Man
Stargate SG1 1x19 There but for the Grace of God
Stargate SG1 1x20 Politics
Stargate SG1 1x21 Within the Serpents Grasp
Stargate SG1 2x01 The serpents lair
Stargate SG1 2x02 In the line of duty
Stargate SG1 2x03 Prisoners
Stargate SG1 2x04 The gamekeeper
Stargate SG1 2x05 Need
Stargate SG1 2x06 Thors chariot
Stargate SG1 2x07 Message in a bottle
Stargate SG1 2x08 Family
Stargate SG1 2x09 Secrets
Stargate SG1 2x10 Bane
Stargate SG1 2x11 The tokra part 1
Stargate SG1 2x12 The tokra part 2
Stargate SG1 2x13 Spirits
Stargate SG1 2x14 Touchstone
Stargate SG1 2x15 The fifth race
Stargate SG1 2x16 A matter of time
Stargate SG1 2x17 Holiday
Stargate SG1 2x18 Serpents song
Stargate SG1 2x19 One false step
Stargate SG1 2x20 Show and tell
Stargate SG1 2x21 1969
Stargate SG1 3x01 Into The Fire II
Stargate SG1 3x02 Seth
Stargate SG1 3x03 Fair Game
Stargate SG1 3x04 Legacy
Stargate SG1 3x05 Learning Curve
Stargate SG1 3x06 Point Of View
Stargate SG1 3x07 Deadman Switch
Stargate SG1 3x08 Demons
Stargate SG1 3x09 Rules Of Engagement
Stargate SG1 3x10 Forever In A Day
Stargate SG1 3x11 Past And Present
Stargate SG1 3x12 Jolinars Memories
Stargate SG1 3x13 The Devil You Know
Stargate SG1 3x14 Foothold
Stargate SG1 3x15 Pretense
Stargate SG1 3x16 Urgo
Stargate SG1 3x17 A Hundred Days
Stargate SG1 3x18 Shades Of Grey
Stargate SG1 3x19 New Ground
Stargate SG1 3x20 Maternal Instinct
Stargate SG1 3x21 Crystal Skull
Stargate SG1 3x22 Nemesis
Stargate SG1 4x01 Small Victories
Stargate SG1 4x02 The Other Side
Stargate SG1 4x03 Upgrades
Stargate SG1 4x04 Crossroads
Stargate SG1 4x05 Divide And Conquer
Stargate SG1 4x06 Window Of Opportunity
Stargate SG1 4x07 Watergate
Stargate SG1 4x08 The First Ones
Stargate SG1 4x09 Scorched Earth
Stargate SG1 4x10 Beneath The Surface
Stargate SG1 4x11 Point Of No Return
Stargate SG1 4x12 Tangent
Stargate SG1 4x13 The Curse
Stargate SG1 4x14 The Serpents Venom
Stargate SG1 4x15 Chain Reaction
Stargate SG1 4x16 2010
Stargate SG1 4x17 Absolute Power
Stargate SG1 4x18 The Light
Stargate SG1 4x19 Prodigy
Stargate SG1 4x20 Entity
Stargate SG1 4x21 Double Jeopardy
Stargate SG1 4x22 Exodus
Stargate SG1 5x01 Enemies
Stargate SG1 5x02 Threshold
Stargate SG1 5x03 Ascension
Stargate SG1 5x04 Fifth Man
Stargate SG1 5x05 Red Sky
Stargate SG1 5x06 Rite Of Passage
Stargate SG1 5x07 Beast Of Burden
Stargate SG1 5x08 The Tomb
Stargate SG1 5x09 Between Two Fires
Stargate SG1 5x10 2001
Stargate SG1 5x11 Desperate Measures
Stargate SG1 5x12 Wormhole X-Treme
Stargate SG1 5x13 Proving Ground
Stargate SG1 5x14 48 Hours
Stargate SG1 5x15 Summit
Stargate SG1 5x16 Last Stand
Stargate SG1 5x17 Failsafe
Stargate SG1 5x18 The Warrior
Stargate SG1 5x19 Menace
Stargate SG1 5x20 The Sentinel
Stargate SG1 5x21 Meridian
Stargate SG1 5x22 Revelations
Stargate SG1 6x01 Redemption Part 1
Stargate SG1 6x02 Redemption Part 2
Stargate SG1 6x03 Descent
Stargate SG1 6x04 Frozen
Stargate SG1 6x05 Nightwalkers
Stargate SG1 6x06 Abyss
Stargate SG1 6x07 Shadow Play
Stargate SG1 6x08 The Other Guys
Stargate SG1 6x09 Allegiance
Stargate SG1 6x10 Cure
Stargate SG1 6x11 Prometheus
Stargate SG1 6x12 Unnatural Selection
Stargate SG1 6x13 Sight Unseen
Stargate SG1 6x14 Smoke n Mirrors
Stargate SG1 6x15 Paradise Lost
Stargate SG1 6x16 Metamorphosis
Stargate SG1 6x17 Disclosure
Stargate SG1 6x18 Forsaken
Stargate SG1 6x19 The Changeling
Stargate SG1 6x20 Memento
Stargate SG1 6x21 Prophecy
Stargate SG1 6x22 Full Circle
Stargate SG1 7x01 Fallen
Stargate SG1 7x02 Homecoming
Stargate SG1 7x03 Fragile Balance
Stargate SG1 7x04 Orpheus
Stargate SG1 7x05 Revisions
Stargate SG1 7x06 Lifeboat
Stargate SG1 7x07 Enemy Mine
Stargate SG1 7x08 Space Race
Stargate SG1 7x09 Avenger 2 0
Stargate SG1 7x10 Birthright
Stargate SG1 7x10 Heroes II
Stargate SG1 7x11 Evolution I
Stargate SG1 7x12 Evolution II
Stargate SG1 7x13 Grace
Stargate SG1 7x14 Fallout
Stargate SG1 7x15 Chimera
Stargate SG1 7x16 Death Knell
Stargate SG1 7x17 Heroes I
Stargate SG1 7x19 Resurrection
Stargate SG1 7x20 Inauguration
Stargate SG1 7x21-22 The Lost City I n II
Starship Troopers (Special Edition)
Starship Troopers 2
Story Of A Kiss
Strada La
Strange aventure de Docteur Molyneux
Street Of Love And Hope (Nagisa Oshima 1959)
Street of shame (Akasen chitai)
Streetcar Named Desire A
Style Wars
Suicide Regimen
Sukces 2003
Summer Tale A 2000
Sunday Lunch (2003)
Super 8 Stories
Superman IV - The Quest for Peace
Surviving the Game
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD1
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD2
Sweetest Thing The (Unrated Version)
Swept Away
Swordsman III - The East is Red
Sylvester - Canned Feud (1951)
Sylvester - Speedy Gonzales (1955)
Sylvester and Elmer - Kit for Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Porky - Scaredy Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Tweety - Canary Row (1950)
Sylvester and Tweety - Putty Tat Trouble (1951)
Sylvester and Tweety - Tweetys SOS (1951)