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: Okay, I'll do all the yadda-yadda. Now you were within your rights to print the information that you obtained. However, you are not within your rights to protect who it was that gave Erica up to you, who exposed her. It's a 1982 law called the Intelligence Identities Protection Act. Your source is in a great deal of trouble. Rachel Armstrong
] I have no intention to... Dubois
: [Overrides her
] I'm doing the yadda-yadda, remember?
: People are inherently decent, I have found. Rachel Armstrong
: If that were true that would put you out of a job, no?
: [Confronting Erica
] I'm writing a story. I work for the National Desk okay, and it's gonna run tomorrow, and it's gonna say among other things that you are a CIA operative and that you went on a mission, a fact-finding mission to Venezuela.
: A man leaves his family to go to jail to protect a principle, and they name a holiday after him. A man leaves his children to go fight in a war, and they erect a monument to him. A woman does the same thing, and she's a monster.
: You're not supposed to tattle. Rachel Armstrong
: You're not supposed to have to put up with bullies, either.
] Rachel Armstrong
: Why was your mom in Venezuela, was she on vacation? Allison Van Doren
: Uh uh, she's working. Rachel Armstrong
: Working? Allison Van Doren
: Uh huh, for the government. But you won't tell anyone it's me who told you, okay? Rachel Armstrong
: You bet.
: Nice suit. Alan Burnside
: That's not a suit. It's a Zegna!