Bull's eye! *Clap* *Clap*wkd wrote: Since you mentioned that scene I feel like saying what have bugged me from the very first time I saw it in The Clash Of Red & Black. The way the FBI wanted to capture Gin was ok, but then when the old man showed up all of a sudden and Camel rushed into him trying to warn him about the place being dangerous for him. Akai & all the other agents kept watching the old man smirking & walk away easily without taking any action. First when I saw it I was like: "What the hell? Just as easy as that? They didn't even take an attempt to arrest him or even question him?". Man it's not logical, they spent 2 years or so tucking a highly ranked agent of them into the organization, and when the moment came, not one of them attempted to do anything to that old man? It's even not clear to us who that old man is. I wonder if he's an agent in the organization or if he was hired by them to check for traps like these. The FBI allowing a suspicious person like him get away easily can't just get in my head. There's even no reason for it.
Could it be that the FBI was too shy to detain this old man because they were operating in the Japanese soil or what? Meh, Gosho just didn't think of this implication. Hahah. Or did he?