影片对白 I'm a
sergeant of Massachusetts State Police, who the fuck are you? I erased
5. Can't wait
"等不及（要做某事）"的意思，例如：I can't wait to see Papa.
6. Suffolk County
Boston 位于Suffolk County，是那里的首府。
7. Squeeze off
意思是"Fire a gun"，例如：He squeezed off one shot after another but didn't bring
down a single crow.
8. Go on record
意思是"Embrace a position publicly 公开表明立场"，例如： I want to go on record in favor
of the mayor's reelection.
这个片语也写作"for the record"，例如： For the record, we support sending troops there.
Federal Bureau Of Investigation 美国联邦调查局
The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is the nation's
primary federal investigative service. As the investigative arm of the
Department of Justice, FBI was created in 1908 by Attorney General Charles J.
Bonaparte over the initial opposition of Congress who feared political abuse of
The mission of the FBI is to uphold and enforce
federal criminal laws, aid international, state, and local police and
investigative services when appropriate, and to protect the United States
against terrorism and threats to national interests.
The FBI employs nearly 30,000 men and women, including 12,000 special agents.
The organization, headquartered in Washington, D.C., is field-oriented,
maintaining a network of 56 domestic field offices, 45 foreign posts, and 400
satellite offices (resident agencies). The agency relies on both foreign and
domestic intelligence information, to aid its anti-terror operations. As a law
enforcement authority, the FBI only has jurisdiction in interstate, or federal,
During and after World War I, the FBI investigated draft resisters, violators
of the Espionage Act of 1917, and alien residents suspected of radicalism. This
kind of surveillance marked a shift away from criminal investigations toward
individuals thought to be domestic security threats, a group including such
diverse figures as Jane Addams and Fiorello La Guardia. Such misuse of the FBI's
powers led to reorganization in 1924. The bureau received orders not to engage
in wiretapping or to investigate the political activities of individuals. J.
Edgar Hoover, appointed director, professionalized the bureau, placing
appointments and promotions on a merit basis and developing new crime-fighting
Despite the ban on political surveillance, World War II and the cold war
prompted a wide expansion of security investigations. Under the guise of
national security the FBI amassed over thirty-five thousand linear feet of files
on individual citizens. Following the death of Hoover and the Watergate scandal
in which it was involved, Congress and the attorney general again issued
guidelines designed to prevent such abuse. In the late 1970s the FBI shifted its
investigations toward organized and white-collar crime.