Baretta: (to the hearing committee) My personal opinion is, that your ends don't justify your means, Sir. Excuse me sir, I just want to say one more thing, when you guys hung that microphone on Scotty, it violated the constitutional rights of everybody who came in contact with him, including me. And I don't like that, as a matter of fact, I don't like the way you operate at all. You want to look for corruption, don't start at the bottom with some poor flat foot who's just trying to keep himself alive for 20 years to make his pension, that's too easy. You start at the top, where millions change hands, hang the microphones on the guys who hired you, let them listen and see how clean their skirts are. And if that don't keep you busy then hang them on each other.