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Okay, log that.
that the body found|at Giva'at Ha Mivtarwas crucified?
Well, I suppose if you're looking|for a dead giveaway...
I'd really have to say it was the block|of wood and nail in the foot...
that really did the trick.
Why have we only found|one set of remains?
or fed to the dogs.
-Doctor, I really need a cigarette.|-Then we must go outside.
Not to mention potentially|catastrophic.
Rabbi Yeshu Ben Yosef...
known to all of us if not by|his Hebrew name...
Jesus, son of Joseph.
Moshe Cohen,|Deputy Attache to Jerusalem.
-For your protection, I assure you.|-Yeah, right.
-Now, may we have a look?|-No.
Okay. What about a professional?
Dr. Golban, Pierre Lavelle.
Dr. Lavelle, I am so sorry.|I had no idea you were a priest.
I am an archaeologist.
-After you, Doctor.|-Thank you.
All I wanted to do|was dig a basement.
They wanted to put up fats in|about 3 months, so we had to be quick.
Disturbing the dead can get you killed|in this neighborhood.
Not many of our priests|are ex-combat soldiers.
El Salvador was|a long time ago, Your Eminence.
A polite oxymoron.
"Dr. Sharon Golban."
Those are photos of what she found.
This is of Pontius Pilate.
So I've been told.
Excuse me, Your Eminence,|but this has to be a joke.
It reads like|tabloid journalism...
not a serious|archaeological report.
So is Fr. Lavelle.
He's a Dominican in Jerusalem.
Lectures at their university.
There are many tests|to be conducted.
But he has seen the tomb...
and the body.
So he thinks...
it is possible?
But Your Eminence...
I have no qualifications|for something like this.
That is not true.
You have told us why|in your own words.
in my prayers.
And I've known He was God|since I was a boy.
He has always been my best friend...
even though I haven't always|been His.
In Him, I have peace."
as merely the Vatican|covering up the truth.
We must stop this before|it lets loose its poison.
Protect the faith.
Your Eminence, what if|the body they found--
There is no "what if," Father.
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