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1:18:00
...and 626 enemy soldiers killed in action.
1:18:04
President Johnson said he regretted
there's no end in sight to the war...

1:18:08
...where 500,000 US troops
are now fighting.

1:18:11
We face more cost...
1:18:13
...more loss...
1:18:15
...and more agony.
1:18:16
Come hunt for Easter eggs.
1:18:19
Tha¬Ěs the kids' job. You know I don't like
these tribal rituals, anyway.

1:18:24
I'm talking to Clay Shaw this morning.
1:18:26
We're going to Antoine's with the kids!
1:18:29
I told you I was talking to Shaw.
1:18:31
In the middle of Easter Sunday?
1:18:33
When I scheduled it,
I didn't know it was a holiday.

1:18:36
Look at the calendar!
1:18:38
You said a Sunday, not Easter Sunday.
1:18:41
Clay Shaw is important.
1:18:43
And we're not.
I didn't say that.

1:18:46
I didn't say that.
1:18:48
You're missing most of your life
and you don't know it.

1:18:52
The kids are missing out, too.
1:18:54
You're not the only one making sacrifices.
I'll be there by 2:00, I promise.

1:18:59
Just start without me.
1:19:10
Mr. Garrison, what can I do for you
on Easter Sunday?

1:19:13
I'm sorry to interrupt this holiday.
1:19:15
But this conversation is best kept out
of the everyday bustle of this office.

1:19:20
I don't understand.
1:19:21
In an investigation we're conducting,
your name keeps coming up.

1:19:26
Can't imagine where.
1:19:27
We've talked to a number of men
who claim to know you.

1:19:31
Do you know a David Logan?
1:19:33
No. Never heard of him.
1:19:35
Perry Russo?
1:19:37
No.
1:19:39
Willie O'Keefe?
1:19:41
I don't know anyone by that name.
1:19:44
Mr. O'Keefe told us he met you
at the Masquerade Bar in the Quarter.

1:19:49
Then you had him over for dinner
at your apartment on Dauphine Street.

1:19:53
Do you recall that?
I don't know this man.

1:19:56
Be still my heart.
1:19:58
Obviously, I wouldn't have him over.

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