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Reverdy Johnson (Character)
from The Conspirator (2010)

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Attorney General in the administration of President Zachary Taylor... See more »

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  1. The Conspirator (2010) Played by Tom Wilkinson

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From The Conspirator (2010)
Frederick Aiken: I think she's as guilty as Booth. How can I possibly defend her?
Reverdy Johnson: You assume that she's guilty, like the Commission. You don't have any proof.
Frederick Aiken: Proof or no, don't give a damn what happens to her.
Reverdy Johnson: I tell you what. If you can prove that she's guilty, you can take yourself off the case.
Frederick Aiken: Thank you, sir.
Reverdy Johnson: You think it'll be that easy?
Frederick Aiken: I know it.
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