FBI agents Lane and Harris lost track of a crucial witness and Cole, the hit-man hired by the gang he's testifying against. Michael accepts to help the witness, posing as the back-up hired gun Matt Reese, but Cole, a fellow military elite veteran, ably trapped him. Michael turns against official Vaughn, who refused to help him with Simon's 'family Bible', and calls his fresh FBI marker. Written by
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When Michael meets Cole, the booby-trap is based on an M18 Claymore. Michael states that the blast would not injure Cole if the bomb was triggered. Given that a Claymore has almost a pound and a half of C4, the blast would easily kill anyone in the room, regardless of the fragments. See more
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Classified data has been digitally encoded since before computers were invented. Spies have used book cyphers for centuries to send numeric correspondence that can only be read when paired with a proper text. Bibles make good code books because of the variance between printed editions and the numbering of chapter and verse.
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