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The Generals Daughter quotes

Brenner: What's worse than rape?
Moore: When you find that out you'll have all the answers.

Col. George Fowler: You had no other choice, sir.
Lt. Gen. Joseph Campbell: You think I killed my own daughter?
Col. George Fowler: It'll die with me, Joe.
Lt. Gen. Joseph Campbell: You... sorry son of a bi***.

Sunhill: Why was she murdered?
Brenner: Well, possible motives for murder are profit, revenge, jealousy, to conceal a crime, to avoid humiliation & disgrace, or plain old homicidal mania. Right there in the manual.

Brenner: My father was a drunk, a gambler and a womanizer. I worshipped him.

Kent: What do you have?
Brenner: Just a preliminary list of suspects.
Kent: Who?
Brenner: Everyone.
Kent: Looks like you have to narrow it down.
Brenner: Where were you when she was killed?
Kent: I was in the tower when I got the call. No witnesses, though. You?
Brenner: I was too busy killing someone else. I didn't have time to kill two people.

Brenner: (Brenner is discussing Elisabeth's medical records that were left in his car anonymously) Now did he instruct you to give me the medical records?
Capt. Goodson: Well, not in so many words... but I think I knew his wishes. You know, anything that might help Elisabeth. I'm sure you know how much he loved her.
Brenner: Not as much as he loved you.
Capt. Goodson: (smiling) What do you mean?
Brenner: I don't know. It's just something about the surprise way you came in that night, the extra care he had in making dinner.
Capt. Goodson: What do you plan on doing about it?
Brenner: Not a thing... other than to tell you I'm sorry about Moore and to ask you for your help. Here... sit down. (both take a seat on a park bench)
Capt. Goodson: What exactly do you need to know?
Brenner: I want to know about the recreation of the original rape.
Capt. Goodson: I suppose that's what it was.
Brenner: Was it Moore's idea to do this, to kind of cleanse her of her past?
Capt. Goodson: Oh no... Jesus, no. She thought it up. He couldn't talk her out of it.
Brenner: So he felt so bad that he killed himself?
Capt. Goodson: Look, you and I both know that's not how this happened. And that's where they screwed up, whoever did this. Because they didn't know about Bob and me. Bob could no sooner have killed himself than I could pull a chicken out of my ear. But these nefarious types, they don't get that... you know, they don't understand that... affairs of the heart. Way beyond them.

Lt. Gen. Joseph Campbell: I want justice for my daughter.
Gen. Sonnenberg: I would give anything for this never to have happened. But it did... and I'm trying to tell you the reality of the situation. We'll never find them, so we'll never know who did it. But we do know this: a coed academy is a good call; a necessary call. Better one unreported and unvindicated rape than to shake the foundations of West Point. To cast suspicion on a thousand soldiers who did not gang-rape a woman that night. All you have to do is convince your daughter that she, the academy, the Army, and a corps of equality would be best served if she just forgot the whole thing. These are the times we live in, Joe.

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