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(TV Series)

(2009)

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Natalie Chandler: Do we believe Carson?

Ronnie Brooks: Well, why would he lie?

Matt Devlin: Same reason why dogs piss on lampposts - it's their nature.

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[Brooks and Devlin return to CID after a tough conversation with Ray Griffin's sergeant]

Matt Devlin: Happy now, or is there someone you've omitted to piss off?

Ronnie Brooks: This is how we do it, poke 'em and see if they bite.

Matt Devlin: No, not when it's one of ours,

[shouting]

Matt Devlin: and not when he's grieving for one of his boys!

Ronnie Brooks: So what, everyone here gets a free pass, do they?

Matt Devlin: No, they get what everyone else gets, some basic courtesy and a little respect.

Ronnie Brooks: Let me explain something to you, son, just so as we understand each other. We set an example to the rest of society. So if anyone here falls below that standard, the gloves are off. So if people get a bit prickly or their feelings get hurt, that is tough. I can live with that. Got it?

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Alesha Phillips: Can I just remind you that we owe our whole existence to a good relationship with the police? If we go after this, I will have to explain to the DPP exactly why we are committing institutional suicide.

George Castle: So we never prosecute police because we need their goodwill?

Alesha Phillips: No, correction, we never prosecute anyone unless we have a rock-solid case, and manslaughter-gross negligence is one hell of a leap.

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George Castle: Can I just remind you that we owe our whole existence to a good relationship with the police? If we go after this, I will have to explain to the DPP exactly why we are committing institutional suicide.

Alesha Phillips: So we never prosecute police because we need their goodwill?

George Castle: No, correction, we never prosecute anyone unless we have a rock-solid case, and manslaughter-gross negligence is one hell of a leap.

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