Jack Malone: I've worked hundreds of these cases and certain patterns tend to develop. Now, I may not like these patterns, but I can't ignore them. You wanna know what those patterns are?
Mr. Freedman: Yeah.
Jack Malone: When a child goes missing, whoever claims to have saw them last is usually the one that took them. And if that person happens to be one of the parents, the incidence doubles. My gut says you're okay, but I don't know you. I'm trying to get to know you so that I can help you. But I can't help you unless you earn my trust.