A 25 year old female White House staffer, Carla Town is murdered in the White House. D.C. homicide detective Regis is assigned to investigate, only to find all evidence suppressed by the ... See full summary¬†¬Ľ

Alvin Jordan: A study at Harvard determined a person's longevity by the first thing they read in the paper.
Detective Harlan Regis: I'm an obituary man.
Alvin Jordan: Start with the comics, you'll live longer.
Detective Harlan Regis: I think the president's gonna become an international suspect.
Agent Nick Spikings: You were born to become a chalk outline.
Nina Chance: You expect me to violate everything I was ever taught? I have duties.
Detective Harlan Regis: Yeah, and your duties can send an innocent man to jail for the rest of his life. You wanna live with that.
Nina Chance: Yeah, and I think you better leave.
Detective Steve Stengel: This looks... um... handled.
Alvin Jordan: I think President Teddy Roosevelt said it best: "If I must choose between righteousness and peace, I choose righteousness."
President Neil: Jesus, Alvin. You really had her killed, didn't you? She was 25. She was a child!
Alvin Jordan: She was a casualty of war!
Detective Harlan Regis: [On seeing a livid Neil hit Alvin] Mr... President!
Agent Nick Spikings: Do you what it means to be a team player?
Nina Chance: Sharp-shooting isn't a team sport.
[after a White House camera picture ends up on a tabloid front page]
Agent Nick Spikings: [to his staff] Whoever leaked this, I'm going to *bottle his last breath*!
Detective Harlan Regis: This is Carla's tape from her answering machine
Nina Chance: Yeah.
Detective Harlan Regis: Well, how'd you get it?
Nina Chance: I stole it.

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