Meedogenloze martelingen voor het landsbelang’ Een onderzoek naar moraal en emotie in Jesper Kies 16 augustus 2010

Dovnload 2.07 Mb.

Meedogenloze martelingen voor het landsbelang’ Een onderzoek naar moraal en emotie in Jesper Kies 16 augustus 2010

Grootte2.07 Mb.

Dovnload 2.07 Mb.
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   65

____________________ 564

24 584

Previously on 24:

Omar: In three hours Heller will be tried for war crimes against humanity. If he is proven guilty, he will be executed in a curvet with our laws.


Heller: When the trial begins you may have an opportunity to escape. You have to take it even if it’s dangerous.


Behrooz: When dad told me to take the briefcase to Omar, Debbie followed me.

Dina: Debbie saw the warehouse where we’re holding Heller?

Behrooz: Yes. But father found out she was with me and now he wants me to get her over here. You know what that means.

Dina: Debbie. Thank you for coming.

Debbie: Sure.


Curtis: I need you to build a firewall around station 4.

Chloe: Who’s that?

Curtis: Her name’s Marianne. I just wanna make sure she doesn’t stray outside the area for her assignment.

Chloe: Fine.


Driscoll: Listen to me. The terrorists have just announced that they are going to try and execute Heller in less than three hours. Bring the man in now!

Jack: I don’t think that’s the right call. I believe that if I follow them, they’re gonna lead me to Secretary Heller and the men who kidnapped him.

Driscoll: Jack Bauer is no longer cooperating with this investigation. All departments need to be working on the location and capture of Jack Bauer and the hostile that he’s tracking down.


Jack: Right now our first priority is to find these terrorists. I’m gonna need satellite surveillance to help me track him without being seen.

Chloe: You want me to steal satellite bandwidth from CTU without anyone knowing?

Jack: Yes.


Jack: Am I gonna have satellite coverage over the next minute or two?

Chloe: I’m sorry, Jack. It’s gonna take at least another five.

Jack: I’m gonna have to figure out a way to keep this guy here. Keep working on it.


Jack: Everybody put your hands up now! You, don’t move!


The following takes place between 10:00 A.M. and 11:00 A.M.

Jack: Slowly move back to the corner. Everybody just stay calm. I’ll be out of here before you know it. You, hop up on the counter, and black out that camera. Anybody else working in the back? Put your hands up. Move over there with the others, now!


Guy [on phone]: Do you have any ID’s on the other two?

Driscoll: I don’t know yet. If I did, I’d tell you.

Guy: I’ll keep you updated.

Driscoll: Thank you. Yeah. Please do. Briefing in 5 minutes. County just reported that Andrew Paige was taken into their ER in critical condition.

Curtis: Paige? The programmer Jack went to pick up?

Driscoll: That’s not all. The bodies of two unidentified Middle Eastern men were found at the site. Gunshot wounds.

Curtis: Bauer must have done that to save the kid. Where did they find all that?

Driscoll: Moorpark. It’s getting out of control. We had to lose an agent, and now one of our only witnesses has been disabled.

Curtis: What about the hostile and Bauer?

Driscoll: Still at large.

Curtis: Erin, we have less than three hours before Heller’s executed in front of the country. Maybe we shouldn’t concentrate everything on Bauer, pursue other leads.

Driscoll: Except for Heller’s son we have no other leads. I want all tactical teams working on finding Bauer and the hostile.

Curtis: You got it.


Jack: Keep moving back towards the corner. Move! Everybody, get down on the ground. Lady, get down on the floor!

Guy: Take it easy.

Jack: Shut up! You wanna get through this, Lady? You listen to me, you understand? Get down on the floor now. I want your wallets and your cell phones. Make it quick. Where’s your cell phone?

Kalil: I don’t have one.

Jack: Where’s your cell phone? What’s this? Are you some kind of cop?

Kalil: No.

Jack: What do you need this for?

Kalil: Protection.

Jack: I get my money, no one gets hurt, do I make myself clear? You in the cap, what’s your name?

Guy: Doug.

Jack: Doug, give me your keys. Which one of these opens the front door? Which one?

Doug: The brash one.

Jack: Hi, I’m sorry. We’ve got an electrical problem with the store. We’re closed right now.

Woman: I just need a pack of cigarettes.

Jack: I’m sorry. You’re gonna have to go to the gas station across the street. Thank you.

[Jack calls Chloe.]

Chloe: O’Brien.

Jack: The satellite up yet?

Chloe: No, I have to reposition without Driscoll noticing. Where are you?

Jack: I’m on Mercury mart. I had to stage a robbery to keep the hostile in place.

Chloe: What?

Jack: It was the only way I could stop him from getting back on the road. How much longer?

Chloe: It’s gonna take ten minutes.

Jack: Son of a bitch. Chloe, please hurry.

Chloe: I’ll get back to you.

Curtis: Chloe. Driscoll summons a briefing.

Chloe: I’ll be there in a couple of minutes.

Curtis: Chloe, now.

Marianne: Where are you going?

Curtis: To a briefing.

Marianne: Should I be in there?

Curtis: No.

Marianne: Hi. I’m Marianne. I’m helping out today.

Chloe: OK.

Marianne: And you are?

Curtis: This is Chloe O’Brien, our senior sys-tech. She doesn’t have the time to chat either, Marianne.

Marianne: It’s nice to meet you, Chloe.

Driscoll: As some of you know, about an hour ago a hostile abducted a witness in this case, Andrew Paige.

Sarah: Do we have any idea where this hostile is now?

Driscoll: No, but we have general direction of travel. County Emergency Services just called this in. His best route of escape is the freeway. He’ll likely dump his vehicle and try to hijack another one. This is Andrew Paige. He was apparently tortured and about to be killed, when it seems Jack Bauer intervened. Assuming this took place in the last half hour, and that the hostile was continuing east, he’s somewhere in the north-eastern corridor of Ventura County.

Curtis: We’ll coordinate with Caltrans, CHP and Ventura Sheriff to set up the watch points. I want every available resource on this. Edgar, take the lead in satellite positioning.

Driscoll: Sarah, you’ll coordinate with NSA. That’s all. Thank you. Chloe. I’m sorry about Andrew. I know he was a friend of yours. They said there’s a good chance he’ll come through.

Chloe: Thanks.

Driscoll: And Chloe? There’s nothing you could have done.

[Driscoll goes over to Sarah.]

Driscoll: I want you to put a pipe onto Chloe’s system.

Sarah: What for?

Driscoll: She knew about Andrew Paige.

Sarah: How do you know that?

Driscoll: Her reactions. Which means she’s been in touch with Jack Bauer.

Sarah: Well, I’ll need her access code.


Jack: Doug, get over here now! Open the safe. That’s it?

Doug: Yeah. Why don’t you take it and leave? I won’t say anything to the police.

Jack: When does the armor truck make its pickup?

Doug: At 12:30. What, you wanna rob the armor truck too?

Jack: Shut up. Get back in the corner. Move!

Kalil [whispers]: He’s gonna keep us here another two hours. We have to do something to stop him.


[Omar tries to reach Kalil on his cell phone.]

Omar: Dammit. Something is wrong. Kalil is not answering his phone.

Henchman: Maybe he’s out of range.

Omar: No, not for this long. Check with our people in the area. Find out if anything has happened to him. Kalil may not be here in time. We’ll have to start booting up the routers without him. Take care of it.

Heller: Let my daughter go. You don’t need her.

Omar: She has already been useful.

Heller: Please. I’ll do whatever you want.

Omar: I know you will. That’s why we are keeping her.

Heller: I don’t care if you kill me, but if you kill her even your own people will see you as a barbaric pig. This is what your religion teaches you?

Audrey: Dad, dad, calm down. Are you all right?

Heller: I’m fine.

Audrey: Where’s your medication? Your nitroglycerin, where is it?

Heller: I left it in the car.

Audrey: My father has a heart condition. He needs his medication.


Driscoll: Any indication Chloe’s been in contact with Bauer?

Sarah: No.

Driscoll: Keep watching.

[Chloe calls Edgar.]

Edgar: This is Edgar Stiles.

Chloe: Edgar, it’s Chloe.

Edgar: Why are you calling me?

Chloe: I need to talk to you in private. Meet me in archives.

Edgar: When?

Chloe: Now.

Edgar: Why do we meet like this? I’m busy.

Chloe: Edgar, I need you to help me.

Edgar: Help you with what?

Chloe: Sarah piped into my system.

Edgar: Why would she do that?

Chloe: Driscoll must have asked her to, otherwise she wouldn’t have had access.

Edgar: Well, if Driscoll’s spying on you, I’m sure she got a good reason. I’m not getting involved.

Chloe: I’ve been in contact with Jack Bauer.

Edgar: What?

Chloe: That’s right. Now you’re involved, so you’re either gonna help me, or you’re gonna turn me in.

Edgar: I’m turning you in.

Chloe: Jack can find Heller if he’s allowed to follow the hostile, but Driscoll won’t let him.

Edgar: That’s her call.

Chloe: She is wrong.

Edgar: That’s your opinion. This decision is not ours to make.

Chloe: How about if you do it as a favor to me? How many times have I helped you since you started here? A lot. What about the first two weeks where I had to do all the work for you because you were too nervous? You owe me.

Edgar: You’re asking me to do something that can get me fired.

Chloe: Not if I say I ordered you to do it. Remember, I outrank you. I’ll take the hit.

Edgar: What do I have to do?

Chloe: I need to reposition a satellite for Jack, and I need to do it now. Since Sarah’s piped into my system, we have to use yours.

Edgar: OK.

Chloe: Send it to archives 3, and transfer my calls there.


Heller: I wanna know who’s in charge here. I wanna speak to the man who was just in here.

Guard: You’ll speak to him later.

Heller: No, now! I am the Secretary of Defense of the United States of America. You will listen to me.

Audrey: Dad, don’t make it worse.

Heller: What do you mean, worse? What can be worse than waiting around here to be murdered by a bunch of lawless, godless thugs?

Audrey: Dad, calm down.

Heller: I don’t wanna calm down. Don’t tell me to calm down.

Audrey: What’s the point? We’re here, OK? The best thing we can do is keep our heads and hope that someone comes and rescue--

Heller: Hope? Hope that we get rescued? We have to do something! We have to take ah--

Audrey: What is it? Dad, what is it? What’s happening? Dad, look, just try to breathe. Take deep breaths. Help me’ please. I think he’s having a heart attack. Dad, look, you’ve gotta lie down. Lie down. Dad, are you listening to me? It’s OK, he’s coming.

Guard: Step back.

Audrey: Hurry.

Guard: Step away from him.

Audrey: We need to lie him down. Hurry. He’s gotta…

Guard: Step away.

[Heller jumps the guard from behind.]

Heller: Come on, get out of here!

[Audrey is surprised, but manages to grab a hammer and slam the guard in the stomach. She grabs his gun. They run out of the cell, and Heller shoots two more guards.]

Heller: Are you still with me?

Audrey: Yeah.

[Heller and Audrey are captured by Omar.]

Heller: Go back, go back.

Omar: Put your weapon down, slowly. Both of you, hands on your head. If another one of my men dies, your daughter will be killed.


Jack: When the armor truck pulls up, how many man come inside?

Doug: Two. One stays by the door, and one picks up the money.

Jack: They park in the front or the back?

Doug: In the front, by the street.

Jack: Come on, let’s go. Everybody up! We’re moving to the back of the store. Now!

Doug: It’s right over there.

Guy: How long will you keep us here?

Jack: Shut up! Let’s go!

[Kalil tries to spray Jack with a can of bug spray he picked up from one of the sheves, but Jack takes him down.]

Jack: You try that again, and I will kill you, you understand me? Get up. Now! Move to the back of the store.

[A police cruiser pulls into the parking lot.]

Jack: Dammit. Everybody in the freezer, now! [To Doug]Not you. Move! Anybody makes a sound, I kill all of you.

Officer Bill: Doug, you’re in there?

Jack: Make him go away.

Doug: Sorry, I didn’t hear you. I was I the back room.

Officer Bill: How come you’re closed?

Doug: I’m taking inventory.

Officer Bill: In the middle of the day?

Doug: Yeah.

Officer Bill: OK then. Are you sure everything’s all right?

Doug: Yeah, fine.

Officer Bill: You don’t look fine, Doug.

Doug: I’m just a little tired. Thanks, Bill.

Officer Bill: Do you mind if I use the head?

Doug: It’s broken.

Officer Bill: Something’s wrong here. Now, are you gona tell me what it is or do you want me to come and see for myself?

[Jack comes out with his gun drawn. The officer reaches for his gun.]

Jack: Don’t even think about it. Step inside, now. Move! Go at the counter. Doug, lock the door. Give me the keys. Go over there. Give me his gun and his radio. Move, come on. Take out his cuffs. Officer, put your hands behind your back. Cuff him. Go back to the freezer. Let’s go.


News reporter on TV: At this time, we have no more information regarding the kidnapping of Secretary of Defense James Heller and his daughter Audrey other than the image you are now seeing.

Dina: My husband and I realized we’ve been unfair to you. We’ve treated you a badly as we have been treated ourselves by certain ignorant people.

Debbie: Well, it was pretty obvious you didn’t approve of us going out. [Whispers to Behrooz as Dina gets up and shuts the TV off.] Is that OK to say?

Behrooz: Yeah, that’s OK.

Dina: Well, we hope you’ll accept our apology.

Debbie: That means a lot to me.

Dina: That’s said, there’s something else I want to discuss with you.

Debbie: What’s that?

Dina: This morning you followed Behrooz to his father’s warehouse.

Debbie: Oh… Umm, I thought Behrooz was seeing someone else. I got jealous.

Dina: Oh, I understand, but Mr. Araz moved his inventory there because he’s been robbed a few times, and we’ve been trying to keep that place secret so it doesn’t happen again.

Debbie: I promise I won’t tell anyone where it is.

Dina: Good. And you haven’t told anyone yet?

Debbie: No. I haven’t talked to anyone but Behrooz today.

Dina: Well, then that’s settled.

Debbie: Thank you for inviting me here, Mrs, Araz.

Dina: It’s my pleasure. Has Behrooz ever shown you pictures from when he was a child?

Debbie: No.

Dina: Show her, Behrooz. Have a look at these. [Dina hands Debbie a photo album.] I’ll be right back.

Debbie: Oh, my God. That’s not you.

Behrooz: It is.

Debbie: You were so cute.

[Dina goes to the kitchen to call Navi, who’s at a restaurant.]

Navi: Thank you, Hanna.

Hanna: You’re welcome. Have you been following this, [referring to the news] Mr. Araz?

Navi: Yes. It’s horrible.

Hanna: It’s so difficult for the rest of us when people from home do these unspeakable things.

Navi: I agree.

[Navi’s cell phone rings. He answers it.]

Navi: Yes?

Dina: The girl didn’t tell anyone.

Navi: Are you sure?

Dina: Yes.

Navi: Good. When will you be taking care of that?

Dina: Soon.

Navi: Have Behrooz do it. He created this problem. He should be responsible for solving it himself.

Dina: I agree. I’ll call you when it’s done.

Navi: Thank you.


Dispatch: 2-Charles-9, this is station 4. There’s a 2-11 at 2221 Mill Road. Two males seen leaving bank with shotguns. Respond code 3. 2-Charles-9, do you copy?

Jack: Stand back from the door. Stand back. [To officer Bill] You. Are you Unit 9?

Dispatch: 2-Charles-9, do you copy? 2-Charles-9, respond.

Officer Bill: Yeah.

Jack: You tell them you’re on your way. One wrong word, and I will kill you. Now!

Officer Bill: 2-Charles-9…

Doug: Help! We’re being robbed!

Dispatch: 2-Charles-9, we have help on the way.

Jack: Get up, now!

Kalil: You have time to let us go before the cops get here.

Jack: Shut up. [To officer Bill] These people are your responsibility. You better start talking to them.


Driscoll: Sarah, has Chloe had any contact with Bauer yet?

Sarah: No.

Driscoll: What about the work she’s doing? Could it be on his behalf?

Sarah: No, I’ve been watching her system.

Driscoll: Chloe is not stupid. Assume she’s taking measures to protect herself. Maybe she’s co-apt with help from someone else inside.

Sarah: I’m not quite sure how much of my time you want me to devote to this, Ms. Driscoll.

Driscoll: I expect you to be able to walk and chew gum at the same time, Sarah. Chloe’s loyal to Bauer. There’s a good chance she’s helping him. Find out how.

Sarah: What are you doing? It looks like the satellite screen.

Edgar: It was. I mean, it is.

Sarah: Satellite for what?

Edgar: I’m trying to find Bauer, remember?

Sarah: Division’s already doing that.

Edgar: I’m just going over what they’re doing. Sometimes they miss data.

Sarah: Do they know that you’re doing that?

Edgar: Yeah, they know what I’m doing. Here, call them if you don’t believe me.

Sarah: Relax, Edgar. I don’t have to call anybody. Do what you have to do.

Edgar: I will.

Sarah: Do me a favor. There’s a chance that Jack might try to contact Chloe. If you see or hear anything, call me, OK?

Edgar: Why would Jack try to contact Chloe?

Sarah: He just might. Let me know.

Edgar: Sure.

[Chloe calls Edgar.]

Edgar: Edgar Stiles.

Chloe: Edgar, what did she want?

Edgar: She wants to nail you to the wall and take a piece out of me too. Remember our deal: If you get caught, you don’t take me with you. And if I get caught, you say you ordered me to do this.

Chloe: You don’t have to repeat the deal. I’m the one who came up with it. Did you reposition the satellite yet?

Edgar: I’m working on it. Leave me alone.


Driscoll: No, let them stay in the field. We’ll use our op unit for that.

[Phone rings.]

Driscoll: Hang on, Ed. Yes, what is it?

Woman: Ms. Driscoll, your daughter’s on line 2.

Driscoll: I’m busy. Tell her I’ll call her back.

Woman: She says it’s important.

Driscoll: Fine. Ed, I’m gonna have to get back to you.

Ed: All right.

Driscoll: OK. Bye. Maya?

Maya: I need you to come home.

Driscoll: What’s wrong?

Maya: I’m having a bad day.

Driscoll: Sweetheart, have you been taking your medication?

Maya: No.

Driscoll: If you don’t take it, you’re going to feel bad. Now, you know that.

Maya: It numbs me. I don’t like it.

Driscoll: Do you like feeling like this better?

Maya: Come home.

Driscoll: I can’t, Maya.

Maya: Why not?

Driscoll: Listen to me. I want you to take the pills, and I’ll call you back as soon as I can.

Maya: You promise?

Driscoll: Of course I promise. What are you gonna do?

Maya: I’ll take my pills.

Driscoll: Good.

Maya: Do you love me?

Driscoll: You know I do.

Maya: Then why don’t you say it?

Driscoll: I love you, Maya, OK? I do.

Maya: OK.

Driscoll: All right. Bye.


Dina: Behrooz, can I see you for a moment?

Behrooz: Yes. I’ll be right back.

Dina: I talked to your father. We both agree you have to be the one who will take care of this.

[Dina opens a drawer to reveal a gun.]

Behrooz: But she didn’t tell anyone.

Dina: And unfortunate that’s the case, but he still saw the warehouse, and she will tell the authorities about it if she’s ever brought in for questioning.

[Dina hands him the gun.]

Behrooz: This I riskier than letting her live. If she disappears, her mother will call the police.

Dina: By the time this day is over, the police will be too busy to look for a runaway girl. Now, take it. Don’t make me bring your father into this. Just take her to the basement and do it. Don’t think about it. Get it over with.


Debbie: Behrooz.

Behrooz: Hey.

Debbie: Everything OK?

Behrooz: Yeah.

Debbie: I wanna make a copy of this one. Can I take it home and scan it?

Behrooz: Sure. We need to get out of here.

Debbie: What?

Behrooz: You’re in danger.

Debbie: Are you kidding? From whom?

Behrooz: Don’t ask questions, just come with me.

Debbie: What?

Behrooz: Trust me.

Debbie: Behrooz…

Behrooz: Trust me, Debbie. We’re OK, come on.

Debbie: I can’t.

Behrooz: Why not? What’s wrong?

Debbie: I don’t know.

Behrooz: What’s wrong? Answer me, Debbie, what’s wrong?

[Debbie collapses, gasping for air.]

Behrooz: Come on, Debbie. What’s wrong? Get up, Debbie, we need to go. Come on.

Debbie: Please help me.

Behrooz: Come on, Debbie. What’s wrong? Debbie, come on. Come on. Debbie, what’s wrong?

[Behrooz looks to his mother with tears in his eyes.]

Behrooz: What did you do to her?

Dina: I didn’t expect you to be able to do it.

Behrooz: Debbie… Debbie… Come on, Debbie… Debbie!

Dina: Give me the gun. Give me the gun. Hey! I am so disappointed than you.


[Police cars arrive at the convenience store.]

[The phone at the store rings.]

Jack: Yeah?

Sergeant McGrath: This is Sergeant Dennis McGrath. You know you’re surrounded.

Jack: You should know that I’ve got hostages, and I will kill them if you try to use tear gas and send your men in.

Sergeant McGrath: Let’s not kill any of them, OK? Who do you have in there?

Jack: The owner, two men and a woman.

Sergeant McGrath: What about Officer Dawson?

Jack: Yeah, I got him too.

Sergeant McGrath: You only need one hostage to protect yourself. Keep Officer Dawson and let the others go.

Jack: I need to think about that.

[Chloe calls Jack.]

Jack: Yeah?

Chloe: I’ve got satellite coverage.

Jack: OK, good. The suspect will be free in about five minutes. He’ll be traveling on foot, on route 11.

Chloe: I’ll find him.

Jack: One of you is coming with me. [Points to Kalil] You. Come here. Put your hands up against the rack. Now! Everybody else to the back of the cooler. Move! [to Kalil] Open the door. Lock the door with the chain. Now, I will let you go as soon as we are clear, but if you try to be a hero again, I will kill you, do you understand me?

1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   65

Dovnload 2.07 Mb.