Mr Paine, does the Attorney General's
office have any final remarks?

May I remind the committee that Frank
Mantajano is an execrable criminal,

moving Cuban organized crime
into America.

I object to that characterization
of my client.

The Attorney General's office is making
accusations, disguising them as truth.

The fact is, my client
has never been convicted of any crime.

- But he will be, Mr Foster.
- That's enough, gentlemen.

This committee will stand in recess
until 10am Monday,

at which time I hope that the Attorney
General's office will have evidence

to back up their accusations.
- I'll produce it all right.
- Good. We're adjourned.

Our witness is dead.
My witness is dead?
- Mantajano's people got to him.
- He was in a safe house. How?

Some Cuban delivered him
a carton of Chinese food full of C-4.

I just told the Committee on Organized
Crime and 60 million TV viewers

that I would produce a witness
in 72 hours.

I understand,
but what are we going to do about it?

"We"? As a federal marshal,
you are directly responsible

for the custody and protection
of all witnesses.

So the problem is,
you got my witness killed.

You do something about it
by Monday morning

or start thinking about
an early retirement.