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Sloan Sabbith (Character)
from "The Newsroom" (2012)

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  1. "The Newsroom"
        - What Kind of Day Has It Been (2014) TV episode, Played by Olivia Munn
        - Oh Shenandoah (2014) TV episode, Played by Olivia Munn
        - Contempt (2014) TV episode, Played by Olivia Munn
        - Main Justice (2014) TV episode, Played by Olivia Munn
        - Run (2014) TV episode, Played by Olivia Munn
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From "The Newsroom: Contempt (#3.4)" (2014)
Sloan Sabbith: His logic is inconsistent.
Don Keefer: How?
Sloan Sabbith: He doesn't believe his source should have leaked classified documents.
Don Keefer: Neither do I.
Sloan Sabbith: But, he's unwilling to help law enforcement capture the source by identifying him.
Don Keefer: He can't. I'd be unwilling, and so would you.
Sloan Sabbith: I know. But, following that logic, he should also not be willing to broadcast the story. If he believes no one should ever leak because it poses a credible threat, then why is he broadcasting the story?
Don Keefer: Well, I can't speak for Will, but I will. Uh, this leak he believes is a good leak. What he's very reasonably worried about is the bad leak, so he'd prefer there are no leaks.
Sloan Sabbith: You and Will are making the same unilateral decision you don't want a leaker to make.
Don Keefer: I trust strangers less than I trust me.
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