When the scientist is handed the vial of the Marburg virus he puts some on a microscope slide and views it under a microscope to confirm its presence. Viruses are too small to be seen with a normal microscope and the view we see would be done via an electron microscope [a large piece of equipment] which requires more extensive preparation.
At a certain point, the main character is seen taking the magazine out of her handgun. This is done shortly after shooting the same gun, which means one bullet is still chambered. however, when she pulls the trigger the gun doesn't fire, suggesting there's no bullet in the chamber.
When Ed Romley (Brian Caspe) briefs Bob Hunter's CIA team about the kidnapping of Lateef, he states that "the kidnappers used an A300 WinMag (.300 Winchester Magnum) round fired from an AT308-C sniper rifle".
However, he instead accompanies this with an on-screen image of the Accuracy International PM (Precision Marksman) rifle, aka the British L96 Arctic Warfare, which is a vastly different looking rifle to the actual AT308. The AT308 is also *not* produced under an exclusive contract with British intelligence services, as Romley states, but rather is sold law enforcement and civilian use worldwide.
The CIA agent comments that Alice scored "off the chart" on the Kolbe Index. The Kolbe Index is not an intelligence or aptitude test. It assesses one's natural instincts, thus has not best or worst rating.
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The rogue agent is spotted because he signs out using his own name a weapon that fires very distinctive bullets. And then uses it to commit a crime, when an ordinary weapon obtained illegally would have done.
At 87 minutes, a grenade goes off in Wembley Stadium at the beginning of an NFL game. Not a single security person shows up for several minutes. This ridiculous. Security would be doubled (at the least). Clearly, this a mistake.