When you're done moving out, I want everything set up.
move out 運び出す
Great story on the Governor.
Got a story for you.
Guy says he wants to talk about a high-level cover-up in Iraq involving a soldier.
cover-up 隠ぺい involving 巻き込んだ
Says he'll only talk to you.
Maybe he's a fan of your work.
Got a number?
I'll give him a call.
Got something better.
Let's set up to get this guy on tape.
You know what? You're gonna have to prove that.
Uh, Alisha Teagan.
Good to meet you.
I'm a huge fan.
Oh, thank you.
Wow, you look... you look even better in person.
Wow, thank you.
You're all miked up.
mike up マイクをちゃんと付けた？
Let's, uh, get started.
Ah, we'll get to that.
we'll get to that. これから話す。
Take a deep breath.
So, why don't we, uh... Why don't we start at the beginning?
Once upon a time in Iraq, there were two people.
One was greedy and a thief.
The other was pretty and opportunistic.
Together, they found a great deal of treasure.
I think this is something we should be discussing off-camera.
Oh, wait, no.
That's the prologue.
I'm getting to the setup.
They smuggled that treasure back here.
It went off without a hitch.
go off 進行する hitch 障害 遅延
But they needed a fall guy... somebody to take the heat off them so they could sell the treasure without interference.
a fall guy 騙されやすい人 take the heat off 軽減する interference 障害・妨害
That fall guy is a soldier you know... John Mitchell.
Well... Unfortunately, your story is missing something very important... Proof.
Oh, I've got proof, yeah.
What this story is missing is an ending.
I'm not sure what happens to Mitchell.
The outcome of his life...
It may as well be decided on the toss of a coin.
Want to call it for me?
Turn off the cameras.
Turn off the cameras!
Hold the roll.
I want immunity.
What you get depends on what you give me.
get depends on 〜による
Aimes looted Saddam's museum.
He set the whole thing up.
All I did was... was help him transport it back to the states.
You were his mule?
What was your cut?
Well, it doesn't matter.
I haven't seen a dime.
Not even this really old dime?
Prosecution hasn't taken immunity off the table.
I need the money.
Oh, I'll bet.
I looked at your portfolio.
portfolio 有価証券 ポートフィリオ
You lost a lot when the market crashed.
I lost enough.
Look, I still had access to the gold.
So I took some of the smaller pieces and turned them over.
turn over 売りさばく
And when you got scared that you were leaving a paper trail, you decided to set up Mitchell as a fall guy.
I didn't want to set him up.
All you did was get the prints and the hat.
What I want to know is why you melted some of the pieces down.
He thought if we made it look like most of the gold was gone, you guys wouldn't spend so much time searching for it, even after Mitchell was locked up.
even after なおかつ〜したものの
Where's the gold now?
I don't know.
He moved it on you?
I swear. I don't know where it is.
Then you're gonna help us find it.
You're gonna tell Aimes that the FBI has been poking around.
We've been talking to him, too, so he'll believe you.
He won't trust me.
He will if you tell him that the case against Mitchell is falling apart and that he needs to unload the gold immediately.
fall apart 白紙に戻る unload 売り払う
What if he gets spooked, okay, and wants to wait?
Then you'll have to convince him that you found a private buyer...
A very rich, very discreet buyer.
So, Aimes is willing to meet you at a private gallery later today?
Apparently, I'm a wealthy buyer.
And this is your car for the day.
You're not... you're not kidding.
It's a Mercedes.
Oh, this isn't even an S-Class.
I need to look like I can drop a few million on antiquities.
This says, "Look what I kept in the divorce." Really?
You can't make this work?
What kind of a con man are you?
The Neal Caffrey I did my thesis on could make this work.