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-I understand you, sir, I do. If people don't trust the police force - MY police force - then they lose faith
in the law and justice.
---Well, that's what I'm saying. We used to trust the bobby on the beat - not any more.
We're trying to build a picture of someone whose job it was to keep his activities a secret.
My boy wasn't killed crossing the road, Jo. He died doing his job and I want people to know!
There's nothing...nothing to be said...no words for the loss of a friend...a husband, a son, a father. And we don't imagine when we say goodbye to someone one morning... that they might never come back. At least, normal people don't. But we know... that we are not in a normal line of work. We hold a line between the world we all want and the world as it is. ...
-And what if he'd hurt you badly, where would the kids be then? That's who you should be thinking about.
---I am. I'm trying to understand this for all of us.
Just don't make the same mistake I did. I hated you for years. But you didn't take him from me. He left me. So blame XXYYZZ. Not the other woman. Whoever she is.
... he had to disappear. It's the only way to survive. You have to be who they want you to be. Someone they can trust. It's black work, Jo. If you want a nice, easy life, you're better off pounding the pavements as a PC.
Police officers aren't allowed to follow their own agenda. They're not allowed to make up their own minds.
Kids from broken homes, disaffected. Two years from now, it's them that are gonna be holding up corner shops or killing each other in the streets. How many kids' lives do you think I've saved by putting guys like that where they belong?
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