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"I'm only a finger-pointer now, but someday I'll be a whistle-blower."
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"I'm a changed man, Lou - I'm wearing a wire AND a fitbit."
"Ratting people out has been good to me."
The Little Engine That Couldn't Keep His Mouth Shut
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'In exchange for my testimony, they gave me a whole new identity - 00761.'
'My client never actually SOLD secrets to the Chinese, your honor,.. he traded them for firecrackers.'
'I'm NOT being a tattle-tale! -- I'm being a reliable source!'
"You're not leaving until we know everything."
'Will the student making those disruptive sounds stop? Fair warning! I am gathering evidence and I'm wearing a wire.'
'Mom... he said dam again!'
'Careful what you say - he's a grass.'
"We've all been cross trained to be the unnamed source."
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'How did I find you? Let's just say a little bird told me.'
'Hey, rat, most of us use our one call to contact a lawyer, not Crime Stoppers.'
"Benson, we have reason to believe you are the whistleblower."
'Someone complained to management about our long coffee breaks.'
'Sure, I can stuff a rat.'
'Mrs Dumpty, Humpty's up on the wall again.'
'Thanks again...and it was a real pleasure turning you over to the IRS.'
'It was a woman. . .I was snitched by a pigeonette.'
"Quit calling me 'boss.' You ratted me out. I ain't your stinkin' boss no more."
"One word from you when the wife gets home and you're next Sunday's roast!"
'So you're my anonymous tipster? I'd prefer not to know your identity so I won't go to jail for protecting a source.'