Computer: Access granted.
Man 1: I don't know about this. Breaking into the cop shop?
Man 2: Double-T says we don't have a choice. If we want to face down the Ballers, we need the same firepower they've got.
Mr. Taggart: Deplore the methods used by these hostage takers.
Man 1: He really . . .
Mr. Taggart: Now, that being said, I do hope the UN takes a concentrated look at what happened here tonight.
Eliza: Mr. Taggart went on to express his sincere desire to stand in front of the General Assembly with David Sarif, united in their cause to find a common ground. Should that day ever come to pass, one cannot help but wonder if millionaire Hugh Darrow, the man whose innovations first propelled augmentation technology to the forefront, will also be present. So far, Mr Darrow has refused our repeated requests for an interview.
This is Eliza Cassan, reporting to you live, from Picus.
Man 3: Who is it? You going to stay out there, asshole?
Eliza: Back again to Detroit, where a handful of people were taken into custody this evening . . .
Man 3: Shotgun load!
Eliza: . . . following yet another anti-augmentation demonstration.
Man 3: You ain't got nothing yet!
Eliza: This time patients attempting to access the Second Avenue LIMB clinic found their route blocked by supporters of the . . .