benjamin tallmadge –> TURN 1.06 ‘mr. culpeper’
sir, for a conspiracy like this one to function we would need to be keeping secrets from the enemy, from congress, even from our own army. this would require absolute trust amongst the secret keepers; and yet, general scott here does not trust me, or my judgment; mr. sackett here mistrusts my experience much as i mistrust his attitude toward the lives of the agents in the field. and you sir, you know the name abraham woodhull and yet you will not disclose to me the source of your knowing. apparently you do not trust me either. therefore, i cannot trust the success of any chain that we might build here today.