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View Quote Advice to a co-worker in a hardware store, training to be a security guard.
View Quote I couldn't tell you why — it mattered. Why what they did to her, that mattered to me so much. One day somebody does something unspeakable to someone else to... someone you hardly knew, and you... do something about it because you can.
View Quote Robert, I don't have to tell you what happens next. He won't stop until he kills you and anyone you care about.
View Quote That girl, Alina, she's gonna go on living. You — you're gonna bleed out all over this funky floor... All over 9,800 dollars.
View Quote To a corrupt policeman.
View Quote When you look at me... what do you see? The answer's nothing. … I have no feelings about you one way or the other. You're like... like lint or a bottle cap. You're just a thing to remove.
View Quote When you pray for rain, you gotta deal with the mud too.
View Quote You didn't take out five pimps, Robert. You took out the East Coast hub of Vladimir Pushkin. … He's similar to the oligarchs who jumped in bed with the Russian mafia, only he funds everything: gasoline, weapons, girls, you name it. He's built an intricate network on both U.S. coasts that are incredibly well-insulated. His money and political ties make him untouchable. Your friend here is who Pushkin sends when he's got a problem. Teddy Rensen — real name, Nicolai Itchenko. Skill set honed in Spetsnaz. He's formidable and smart. Ran a wing of the secret police for years. Went private when the Union fell. Basically, he's a sociopath with a business card.
View Quote You think you know me? You strike me as a sentimental man, Mr. McCall. That's surprising. I... I don't possess that chip. I never could understand what comes from feeling that way, except weakness.
View Quote You're supposed to stand for something, punk. Protect and serve. Uphold the law. Justice. Remember?