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Warr. Off. Sara Sunhill (Character)
from The General's Daughter (1999)

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The General's Daughter -- There's the right way, the wrong way and the Army way. But there's no way military investigator Paul Brenner (John Travolta) is going to participate in a cover-up when Fort MacCallum officials try to hide the motive behind the murder of a beautiful female officer.
The General's Daughter -- Trailer for The General's Daughter

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  1. The General's Daughter (1999) Played by Madeleine Stowe
    ... aka "The General's Daughter: Elizabeth Campbell" - Japan (English title)

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From The General's Daughter (1999)
[Sunhill breaks down the crime scene of Elisabeth Campbell]
Sunhill: He set up a rape kit, tent pegs, and ropes, and he used it.
Brenner: Yeah.
Sunhill: [Sunhill takes the blanket off to look at Campbell's naked corpse] Well, there are no signs of a struggle. She was a strong woman. And I couldn't find a bit of dirt under her fingernails. And how did he hold a gun on her and manage to tie the ropes? Unless it was more than one person.
Brenner: What are those marks on her cheeks?
Sunhill: Those were tears, Paul.
Sunhill: [Paul sighs walking off] The panties under the rope, as if to protect the neck from a burn. I mean, what's a little rope burn if you're going to kill somebody?
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