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Unformatted text preview: identify her if and when it got the story. Frankly, he saw no harm in Generated by ABC Amber LIT Converter, http://www.processtext.com/abclit.html telling the FBI her name. Trouble was, he didn't know it. "There's not much we can do about it." "The hell there isn't. Stephano's behind it. Put pressure on him. Tell him my co-counsel is not about to be sucked into his trap, and that she's preparing to go to the Brazilian authorities with the name of Jack Stephano." "I'll see what I can do." Cutter had not forgotten the fact that Sandy McDermott had filed a multi-million-dollar lawsuit against the Bureau for crimes it did not commit. Nothing would be gained by discussing the lawsuit at this point. Maybe later. "Stephano cares about nothing but the money," Sandy said. "If the old man gets hurt, he'll never see a dime." "Are you implying there's room for negotiation here?" "What do you think? You're facing death row or life in prison, wouldn't you be willing to negotiate?" "So what do we tell Stephano?" "Tell him to release the old man, and then we might talk about the money." STEPHANO'S DAY began early. The meeting, his fourth, was scheduled to last all day and bring to an end his tales of adventure in the search for Patrick. His lawyer was absent, away in court with an unavoidable conflict. Stephano didn't need a lawyer to hold his hand, and, frankly, he was tired of paying $450 an hour. The interrogator was a new one. Oliver something or other. It didn't matter. They were all from the same school. "You were talking about the plastic surgeon," Oliver said, as if the two men had simply been interrupted by a phone call. The two men had never met, and it had been thirteen hours since Jack had spoken to anyone about Patrick. "Yes." "And that was April of '94?" "Correct." "Continue, then." Stephano settled into his chair and got himself comfortable. &...
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This note was uploaded on 07/18/2010 for the course LIT 301 taught by Professor Dra during the Spring '10 term at American College of Computer & Information Sciences.
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