We're living in a time when truth has been so diminished in value that even those at the top of government are quite comfortable with truth being whatever they can convince people to believe. That is what I find wildly unacceptable. The truth certainly matters, your Honor. In rooms like this most of all. And the truth is whether you, or he, or anyone else likes it or not, that immunity agreement exists.

Red

Harold: We made this deal for one reason. So you could help us find those criminals we never knew existed, and you've done that. Violent people, evil people are dead or in prison because of you. In some cases, we recovered dangerous weapons, avoided catastrophic outbreaks --
DA: -- Your Honor --
Harold: -- Let me finish! A few years ago, we learned some of those criminals were inside our own government. The Attorney General, national security adviser. The very people our country depends on to maintain law and order. To be clear, none of that would have happened without Mr. Reddington. So would I do it again? You're damn right I would.

Red: Would you do it again?
Harold: Excuse me?
Red: The deal we made. My cooperation in exchange for my freedom. As the man who oversaw the arrangement and its grand and often gory detail, would you do it again?
Harold: Yes.
Red: Why? Sorry. I had two questions.
Harold: Because it saved lives. I don't know how many since we started. Maybe thousands.

Sometimes it's the people closest to you that you have to watch out for.

Samar

I object to everything about him starting with his tie and ending with his general demeanor.

Red

Judge: So main justice made a deal with the devil?
Red: Shouldn't judges at least pretend to be impartial?

In the short run, justice always loses to politics.

Red

The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 3 Quotes

Sometimes it's the people closest to you that you have to watch out for.

Samar

In the short run, justice always loses to politics.

Red