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I’d hate for some group to be left out
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  the pelican brief | Автор: admin | 17-08-2010, 08:55
I’d hate for some group to be left out.” Runyan threw the summary on his desk and rubbed his temples. “Let’s talk about security.” He closed his eyes.


K. O. Lewis laid his copy of the summary on the Chief’s desk.


“Well, the Director thinks we should place four agents with each Justice, at least for the next ninety days. We’ll use limousines with escorts to and from work, and the Supreme Court police will provide backup and secure this building.”


“What about travel?”


“It’s not a good idea, at least for now. The Director thinks the justices should remain in the D.C. area until the end of the year.”


“Are you crazy? Is he crazy? If I asked my brethren to follow that request they would all leave town tonight and travel for the next month. That’s absurd.” Runyan frowned at his law clerks, who shook their heads in disgust. Truly absurd.


Lewis was unmoved. This was expected. “As you wish. Just a suggestion.”


“A foolish suggestion.”


“The Director did not expect your cooperation on that one. He would, however, expect to be notified in advance of all travel plans so that we can arrange security.”


“You mean, you plan to escort each Justice each time he leaves the city?”


“Yes, Chief. That’s our plan.”


“Won’t work. These people are not accustomed to being baby?sat.”


“Yes, sir. And they’re not accustomed to being stalked either. We’re just trying to protect you and your honorable brethren, sir.

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