|10:38:47 Washington, D.C.
||[Jun. 18th, 2005|11:44 pm]
Federal Agent Jack Bauer
Wayne paces the halls as he considers the prospects for the successful rescue of his brother. It has never been in the policy of the American government to negotiate with terrorists, but what choice is there? He can't just leave his own brother to be killed, and the American people don't want to lose a president to terrorists. With no clear executive to take authority, the situation is now much harder. Prescott carries much authority in his position as Vice-President, but not enough to be an effective leader. |
Just then, the chief of the Secret Service comes. "Sir, I"m going to have to ask you to follow me to the bunker. There doesn't seem to be any threat to you or any cabinet member This is only a precautionary measure. We'd like to put the entire administration in a position where we can maximize our resources to keep a close watch."
Wayne follows him, not sure that this is the best idea. "I thought the Service said that this action potentially came from the cabinet level!"
"Yes, we did. I said we wanted to keep a close watch."