Multiple Intelligences Pt. 2 - Brooklyn Guo
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The police continue to question Sami, introducing Arman's involvement in the potential terrorist plot. Sami becomes worried, and argues the injustice that his parents will receive. Sami fights the snake within, and perseveres to avoid snitching on his father. 1. "Have it your way. Ibrahim was innocent. They let him go, didn't they? Your dad'll go free too, if he's clear. Like he says, who needs privacy if there's nothing to hide? I won't snitch on Dad!" (Stratton 141) 2. "The middle: Hasan's eyes are guarded. He's shaking hands with a man facing away from the camera." (Stratton 146) 3. "The bottom: The other man's turned around, his expression grim. It's Dad." (Stratton 146)
The cops do not believe Sami, and try to convince him to give up intellect that he has on his dad, alibi, as well as the package Arman was planning to give to Tariq. 1. ""The lab. What has your dad brought home from the lab?""(Stratton 148) 2. ""You live here. You see things. [...] Tell us!"" (Stratton 149)
The male cop receives a text message, and calls it a day. They cannot get any more insight from Sami- or perhaps Sami just doesn't know anything else. "The woman hands me a card: FBI, Squad 9, phone and e-mail. [...] "If you think anything is unusual about your father's behavior these past few weeks, no matter how small, get in touch."" (Stratton 149)
Sami makes his way to the kitchen; it is like a bomb went off. The aftermath of the raid is an utter mess. 1. "It's like a bomb went off in the kitchen. The drawers are all on the floor, dish towels and cutlery scattered everywhere." (Stratton 149)
Sami spots his mother, Neda, and runs over to hug her. It's over. Most of their belongings are gone. Arman has been incarnated. 2. "Mom's down the hall [...]. When mom sees me, she leaps off the ottoman and open her arms. I try not to run to her, but I do anyway. She holds me." (Stratton 149)
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