The Mandalay Ruby theft was quite impressive.
Well, thank you. In my field, it's rare to be recognized for your work.
And this statement covers the entire theft?
I didn't leave out a detail, per our agreement.
leave out 除外する
Mm. Have you ever seen this kid?
Are you sure?
I prefer to work alone.
Chris will be fine. The ambassador promised to call as soon as Collins' statement to the Burmese authorities has been taken and Chris is released.
I won't believe anything until he's free and home.
When was the last time you saw your son?
Eight years ago.
I'm sure it must be pretty difficult with your position.
My divorce was messy. I tried to remain close with Chris, but he ended up resenting everything I stand for. And ultimately, he said he didn't need me.
messy 厄介な resent 不快に思う
A 12-year-old doesn't know what he does or doesn't need.
He didn't want to be my son.
There was nothing I could do.
Yeah. Well, you're his father. You should have kept trying.
I realize that. That's why I'm here now.
Peter, the ambassador's aide just called. They want to see you.
Mm-hmm, absolutely. That's him. That's the guy who helped me with the ruby theft.
I showed you this photo. You said you'd never seen him.
Well, I didn't recognize him at first. When we met, he, uh, had a beard.
It was fortunate that I could spend a few moments with Mr.Collins in order to confirm details. Obviously, there were omissions.
Fine... Then give Collins back to me, and I'll get him for attempted murder.
No, I'm sorry. But now that he's on Burmese soil, we need to extradite him for his part in the theft.
soil 国土 extradite 引き渡す
So he gets to go home while an innocent American stays in jail. We made a deal.
Looks like he made a better one.
This isn't over.
The Burmese government gave Collins political asylum. I'm hoping that the tape will tell us something.
Uh-oh. He's got his crossword.
Helps me think.
Your infamous multitasking?
I'm surprised you can't do it.
I like to hone in, focus.
hone in on 〜に焦点を合わせる
Oh. Where do you think that trait comes from?
Nice try. I don't want to talk about my dad.
Do your crossword.
Okay. Six-letter word for embarrassing genetic overseer.
embarrass 〜を妨げる overseer 監督
Let me see that.
You made that up.
So sue me. For four years, I studied your every move, and not one word about your father. Then all of a sudden, you drop a bomb on me that he's a cop?
So sue me だからなんだ
Fine. I'll tell you everything my mom told me.
I didn't know him. He died when I was 2.
Ah, Neal, I'm sorry.
Please. Mom said he went out in a hail of gunfire, taking down a whole gang of bad guys.
hail of gunfire 銃撃戦
He was a hero.
I grew up wanting to be just like him. Other kids played Cowboys and Indians. I pretended I was my dad. Got really good with guns. So, now you know.
Glad I do. Diana?
I got a copy of Christopher's video.
Yeah. You're gonna want to see this.
You must owe your friend at amnesty international a seriously expensive dinner.
Don't ask. At this rate, I'll have to build her a new kitchen.
At this rate この調子だと
The Burmese cropped the video. They knew Chris might try to send a message.
Mm. So they only showed us his face.
But amnesty got access to the raw signal. His hand gestures are clearly indicating something.
Oh, he's touching the letters on his t-shirt. Speed up the video. "R."
"O." He's good.
He's rehearsed it. It's what I'd do.
Knee. He just touched his knee. "K"? R-o-c-k... rock.
Got it. Rocker. That's his girlfriend's nickname.
The Burmese may have already figured it out. Get Wilson on the phone.
I got here as soon as I could.
Maggie's in the conference room, giving a statement to one of my agents.
Thought her name was Rocker.
It's her nickname.
Using a nickname was smart... Makes it harder for the Burmese to decode.
Unfortunately, not hard enough.
Miss Sheldon, would you mind telling Mr.Wilson from the State Department what you told us?
Maggie, I'm Chris' dad.
The Mr.Wilson? Someone broke into my place this morning while I was out.
The Burmese got to her first.
You know what they were looking for?
They stole my external hard drive, but I keep a backup flash drive of my cut footage on me. Chris was in Burma getting information about the rebel movement.
rebel movement 反政府運動
Chris was? Why?
He's doing a documentary about the democracy of the region. Well, this came in last week.
I should have gotten Thaung here drunk before. He admitted to having cousins in the KNLA. There's a secret camp near the Indian border. We're going there now before he sobers up. I'll drop this is the snail toss on the way, all right? I love you.
sober up 酔いを醒ます snail 不精者
What's the KNLA?
The KNLA is a rebel group.
The Burmese government has been trying to shut them down for decades.
The Burmese officials must have found out he was filming, pinned the ruby theft on him as a cover-up.
pin 負わせる cover-up 隠ぺい
I wish I'd known.
I should have known. Chris is bullheaded. He likes to do everything on his own.
Yeah, but I could have helped him with safer access. This is all my fault.
Chris doesn't blame you for anything. I think you should see this.
Progress is...slow on this remote plateau, but a wise man once said, "slow progress is lasting progress." Wait a minute. My dad said that. I'm quoting my dad. Kind of cool. I got to go. I love you.
That rocket attack resulted in over half a dozen civilian casualties and was documented by the Red Cross and Physicians Without Borders.
We can use that to establish Chris' whereabouts at the time of the theft.
Yes, we can. Jones, anything?
Yeah, a bank ATM cam shows diplomatic plates arriving and then leaving the front of miss Sheldon's building several minutes later.
I think we should go pay our friend the Burmese ambassador a little visit.