James Steel: My wife once told me I was too pious for my own good... just before she threw a plate of toast at me.
Birsen Ozkan: His human rights? The murderer has human rights? What rights does my son have? Didn't he have 'human rights' not to burn alive? These people play the system, and you let them!
Ronnie Brooks: We're not giving up.
Birsen Ozkan: No, you're just playing games. You're not going to get us justice. We don't matter to you. We're not British. You don't even see us!
James Steel: We do see you. We see your loss and your grief, and we will prosecute the person who did this. There is no prejudice in the law.
Birsen Ozkan: Talk, that's all you people do. When you've done something, I'll believe you.
Matt Devlin: [about Mickey] The kid's a right little chopper, but I don't know if he's an arsonist. I can't see him burning down that whole club just 'cause of Leyla.
Ronnie Brooks: Well, let me tell ya. I was sitting in my kitchen one morning with my first wife. We was having a bit of breakfast. She's sitting across the table from me, crunching toast really loud, and it was getting on my wick. And I remember looking at her and looking around my kitchen and thinking, 'I could easily torch this gaff, with you in it and me standing outside, watching.'