CTU raids Theo Stoller’s apartment – 24 Season 5
[Manning] Alpha Team. We’re approaching
Collette Stenger’s hotel room. We’re ready to move. Are you in position? [Agent, radio] Affirmative; we got the lobby covered. – All right. Copy. I think she went for the roof. Cover the stairs. All right. Let’s go. We’re going up top. [Bauer] Drop the gun! Stand down or he dies! I said, stand down! Our people are all around you. They will drop you before you can pull that trigger. Put the gun down! [Stoller] What you do mean, your people? Who are you? [Bauer] Counter Terrorist Unit, Los Angeles. Show me identification. I’m with the German Federal Intelligence Service. My name’s Theo Stoller. What are you doing in this country? I’m here on special assignment. By agreement between our governments. And you can get the hell out of here
before you destroy my cover. That’s not gonna happen. [Dialing] [O’Brian, phone] O’Brian. Chloe, it’s Jack. I want you to check on a
foreign agent on the SA list – Theo Stoller. Okay. Got it. Theo Stoller: Height – 5’11”; brown hair; brown eyes.
He’s a German operative but trained in England at MI6. There’s even contact information. Cellphone– It’s all right Chloe, that’s enough, thanks. I told you. You have to get out of here now. [Bauer] We can’t do that. You were with Collette Stenger.
We need her to help us find Vladimir Bierko. I don’t know him. Bierko is responsible for the terrorist attacks
that took place in this city earlier today. He’s preparing another one as we speak; Collette Stenger is the only way
we can find him. Where is she? – I can’t help you.
– Why not? Giving you Collette jeopardizes my operation. – What operation? I’ve been undercover for the last six months,
gathering intel on Collette’s clientele. We’ve identified cells in three countries,
but she’s connected to a dozen more. She’s too valuable to give up. If we don’t find Bierko, hundreds of thousands
of innocent people will die here today. That is more important than your preemptive operation. It’s not a question of importance.
It’s a question of different agendas. Your job is to save American lives.
Mine, to save German lives. You’re asking me to betray my duty to my country. Ask yourself what you would do in my position. You better start asking yourself
what you would do in mine. Let’s go. I’m here by permission of
your government; you can’t touch me. – Right. We’ll see about that.