Corporal Robert Perry, an Army reservist who fought in Iraq, was severely injured in an apparent error by Castleman Security, government contractors working in Iraq. The Army investigation clears Castleman of involvement, thus freeing them of any monetary obligation, and Perry lives too far from veteran's resources to allow him to receive government funded treatment that would allow him to work. He contacts Nathan Ford for help. What Nathan Ford and the rest of the Leverage team find is far more than a simple error. Written by
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, one of the creators and executive producers of the show, makes an uncredited cameo as the casting director for Sophie's soap commercial auditions. See more
[pretending to be a defense contractor
My company's focused on meeting Senators, but, um, I'm thinking Congressmen.
You know the great thing about Congressmen? 50, 100 grand well spent will get one elected. But then, once they're in, the incumbency rate is over 95%! So you can get on an average 18, 20 years use out of one of them. In these uncertain times, buying a United States Congressman is one of the best investments a corporation can make!
[listening in on surveillance
Oh, I just threw up ...