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“What a shock it was for a New Yorker to walk into a company where everyone was dressed in Halloween costumes,” Jayne Benjulian, a former speechwriter for Apple, on her first day at the tech company in October 1984.

“I think it would be extremely unlikely for the Sanders campaign to say, ‘Here, DNC, Hillary—here are all of my email addresses,’” Amelia Showalter, who managed digital analytics for the Obama campaign.

“The way the interrogation process is set up in this country is that it’s designed not to get information from you, but to get a confession,” Jim Trainum, a former Washington, D.C., police detective.

(Previous quotes from our sources here)