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BEGIN THE BREAK-IN SEQUENCE.
many "if only's" included as possible. ("If only" the tape
A DARK APARTMENT.
the bed light. He listens a moment.
No, no trouble, Harry, be right down.
(he hangs up)
Son of a bitch.
beyond. Not much of a place.
WOODWARD lies still, staring at the ceiling. He blinks, blinks
reporters that are around are young, bright, and presently
thumbing through the papers.
WOODWARD approaches, hangs his coat at his desk, not far
Where's that cheery face we've come
to know and love?
You call me in on my day off because
Democratic Headquarters--tell me,
Harry, why should I be smiling?
As usual, that keen mind of yours
(chomps on some Maalox
Except (a) it wasn't local Democratic
Headquarters, it was National
(WOODWARD is surprised--
he hadn't known)
--and (b) these weren't just any
seeing as when they were arrested at
30 this morning, they were all
gloves and were carrying--
(consults a piece of
film, cameras, lock picks, pen-sized
tear gas guns, plus various bugging
(puts paper down)
Not to mention over two thousand
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