Jason Bourne: You killed Marie.
Ward Abbott: You killed Marie. The moment you got into her car. The moment you entered her life, she was dead.

Pamela Landy: If there's something you're not telling me I want it now before I send that girl out there, do you understand?
Ward Abbott: You talk about this stuff like you read it in a book.

Pamela Landy: What?
Ward Abbott: I know how you're feeling. You lost two men in Berlin and you want it to mean something, but nothing Bourne gives you will bring your men back. Nothing in those files makes their sacrifice worthwhile. You have to let go. We're professionals, when an operation goes bad, we tie it off.

Ward Abbott: I'm a patriot. I served my country.
Pamela Landy: And Danny Zorn? What was he?
Ward Abbott: Unlucky. Collateral damage.
Pamela Landy: So, what do we do now?
Ward Abbott: I'm not sorry.

Pamela Landy: I was hoping you had some time for me.
Ward Abbott: Time for what?
Pamela Landy: I'm free right now, actually.
Ward Abbott: That sounds ominous. Let me check my schedule.

You're in a big puddle of shit, Pamela, and you don't have the shoes for it.

I don't suppose it would do me much good to cry for help, huh?

I'm not sorry.

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