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:11:00
Garrison?
:11:02
Yes.
:11:04
Glad you came.
:11:06
Sorry about the precautions.
:11:08
I just hope it was worth my while, Mr..?
:11:11
I could give you a false name,
but I won't. Call me "X."

:11:17
I've already been warned by the Agency,
so, if this is another threat...

:11:21
I'm not with the Agency, Mr. Garrison.
:11:24
If you've come this far,
what I have to say interests you.

:11:28
I won't name names or tell you who
or what I represent.

:11:32
Except to say you're close.
:11:35
Closer than you think.
:11:40
Everything I'll say is classified top secret.
:11:44
I was a soldier, Mr. Garrison. Two wars.
:11:48
A secret Pentagon guy,
supplying the hardware:

:11:51
Planes, bullets, rifles...
:11:54
...for what we call "Black Operations."
:11:56
Black Ops. Assassinations. Coups d'├ętat...
:11:59
...rigging elections,
propaganda, psych warfare.

:12:03
In World War Il, I was in Rumania,
Greece, Yugoslavia.

:12:06
I helped evacuate part of Nazi intelligence
at the end of the war.

:12:11
And we used those guys
against the Communists.

:12:14
In ltaly, '48, we stole the elections.
:12:16
France '49, we broke the strikes.
:12:19
Overthrew Quirino in the Philippines,
Arbenz in Guatemala...

:12:22
...Mossadegh in Iran.
We were in Vietnam in '54...

:12:25
...Indonesia, '58, Tibet, '59.
:12:28
Got the Dalai Lama out. We were good.
:12:32
Very good.
:12:34
Then we got into the Cuban thing.
Not so good.

:12:37
Set up an invasion to take place
in October, '62.

:12:41
Khrushchev sent missiles to resist.
Kennedy didn't invade.

:12:45
We just had our dicks in the wind.
:12:47
A lot of pissed-off people, Mr. Garrison.
:12:50
Understand?
:12:52
I'll come to that later.
:12:54
So, 1963...
:12:57
I spent much of September of '63...

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