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- "You look too young to be a nurse, if you don't mind me saying."
"Mind? No, of course not. Why would I mind?"
- ―Smith and Amy Bendix
- "Look, the only reason that I'm saying this is so that you realize that by keeping me from conferring with my client, we're risking a mistrial and Frank Castle walking free. Now, I am sure that your co-workers at the precinct would not appreciate that, now would they?"
"No, I guess not. All right, just go."
- ―Karen Page and Smith
However, Page stated that according to the Bill of Rights, Castle had a right for counsel assistance and neither the federal nor the state government may deprive his legal rights. She also noted that if he will keep her from conferring with the client, that could be interpreted as a mistrial and Castle would walk free. Smith guessed that the NYPD will not appreciate that and allowed Page to speak with Castle, saying Lawrence to let her through.
Smith was visited by Amy Bendix who posed herself as a nurse named Mary Morrison and she needs to perform a neurological exam on Castle. Smith noted that Bendix looks to young to be a nurse what Bendix interpreted as a compliment. Assuring Bendix that Castle was not dangerous, he let her through to Castle's room.
- New York City Police Department
- Karen Page