INT. CORRIDOR. LANGLEY. DAY.
Valerie walks with MIKE and BILL, their chief.
Val, seventh floor have issued a
directive for a Joint Task Force on
Iraq. We want you to head it up.
Valerie doesn't blink.
You can pick your team. This is top
priority. Down the line D.F.U.
What about the Dubai op?
Mike says you got a hunch on the
Manucher Vaziri. Syrian National.
Based out of Karachi. On a wire
picked up in Cairo he talks about
componentry from a known source in
Pakistan he's moving to an unnamed
Vaziri's devoutly Shia. Iraq's
controlled by the Sunni. Saddam's
Sunni. There's no way this is Iraq.
They're all good Muslims right?
And Martin Luther King and the KKK
are both Christian.
Great job. From Monday, I need you
both eyes on Iraq.
At the door, they shake hands. Mike and Valerie walk off.
Don't fuck up.
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