Is this funny, sir?
No, it's not. It's tragic.
Do you have an answer?
My answer is - I don't have the first damn clue.
Maybe he was an early riser and liked to pack in the morning...
...and maybe he didn't have any friends.
I'm an educated man, but I'm afraid I can't speak intelligently about the travel habits of William Santiago.
What I do know is that he was set to leave the base at 0600.
Now... are these really the questions that I was called here to answer - phone calls and footlockers?
Please tell me that you have something more, Lieutenant.
These two Marines are on trial for their lives.
Please tell me that their lawyer hasn't pinned their hopes to a phone bill.
Do you have any other questions for me, Counselor?
[Randolph] Lt. Kaffee.
[Randolph] Lieutenant, do you have anything further for this witness?
Thanks, Danny. I love Washington.
Excuse me. I didn't dismiss you.
I beg your pardon?
I'm not through with my examination. Sit down.
I'd appreciate if he would address me as "Colonel" or "Sir"; I believe I've earned it.
[Randolph] Defense counsel will address the witness as "Colonel" or "Sir".
I don't know what the hell kind of unit you're running here.
And the witness will address this court as "Judge" or "Your Honor".
I'm quite certain I've earned it.
Take your seat, Colonel.