The SIS held a unique position in the LAPD. Often investigated by outside agencies ranging from the FBI to the media to civil rights groups, often sued by the families of the suspects shot, routinely labeled a “death squad” by outraged attorneys, the unit enjoyed a completely opposite reputation within the rank and file of the department.
She wondered how men would live if they knew that in every moment of their lives, their size and nature made them vulnerable to the opposite sex.
“You know, you find them, I find them. I’m outside, you’re inside. We see what we can get done. ” “And what then?” she said. “ You do your Batman thing and decide who we call at the end of the case? ”
We can work cases. But we bend the rules. We don’t break them. ”