The Whistleblower (2010)
Kathryn Bolkovac: [email to authorities] We are peacekeepers who came to protect the innocent, but now prey upon them in the worst ways possible. We may be accused of thinking with our hearts instead of our heads, but we will have our humanity.
Blakely: Madeleine, I have to protect this organization, and so should you. The U.N. is too fragile, too important. And that's what immunity is for.
Madeleine Rees: Immunity, not impunity. The United Nations was formed from the ashes of Auschwitz. The United States led the way, and it's a point of honor with me that the U.N. is not remembered for raping the very people we must protect.
Blakely: Those girls are whores of war. It happens. I will not dictate for morality.
Madeleine Rees: So what *are* we dictating for?
Raya: [in Ukrainian] I have to get home. Mama's gonna kill me.
Luba: No. You are staying with me tonight. Roman wants us there at nine in the morning. Raya, we've been over this. It's just a few months working in a hotel.
Raya: Yes, but...
Luba: You want to work at a Copyshack like your mother? He said it was both of us or nothing!
Blakely: During your training you will see that peace is harder won than war. That every mornings hope is haunted by yesterday's nightmare.
Fred Murray: [interrupting here findings] Where are we going, Columbo?
Kathryn Bolkovac: I don't know, but um, something fucked up is going on.
Fred Murray: Ooh. Honey, it's like I say, this is Bosnia. These people specialize in "fucked up".
Blakely: You're trespassing.
Kathryn Bolkovac: So what? What are you going to do? Fire me again? You gonna arrest me? I have diplomatic immunity. Isn't that what you all rely on around here?
BBC Reporter: Given everything you've been through, would you do it again?
Kathryn Bolkovac: Yes. Yes, I would. No doubt about it.
Title Card: Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing criminal industries. It is estimated nearly 2.3 million people are being trafficked around the world.