Man 1: Go, go!
Man 2: You, hold him back!
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Man 3: Find a way out! Up there, there's an exit. Climb!
Kill him, he must not get the bomb!
Man 4: Don't ask. Get in! Come on, they're getting away! Police scanners are talking about armed men in Times Square. It's got to be the PLR. Buckle up.
He's coming. He's coming. He's coming!
Man 5: So who dies first?
Man 4: You'll never win!
Man 5: It's not about winning!
Dima: Radiation is like life, a uniquely damaging event. Perhaps I will live another 30 years. Perhaps I will die tomorrow. I am telling my story here. The story of how Solomon used power-hungry men like Al-Bashir and Kaffarov to set fire to the world.And the American marine who, like me, chose the hardest path of all.
But they have no regrets. I have always served Russia, trying to make a difference. Sometimes I was forced to make difficult choices. Many lives have been saved, many have been lost. I am certain Moscow does not view it in the same light as I do. But enough is enough. As Vladimir would say, "You can only die once. Make sure it is worth it."