Murder on the Orient Express
"She is cold. She has not emotions. She would not stab a man; she would sue him in the law courts." (2.12.7)
"You do not believe in doing your utmost to further the ends of justice?"
"In this case I consider that justice – strict justice – has been done." (3.5.38)
"I remembered a remark of Colonel Arbuthnot's about trial by jury. A jury is composed of twelve people – there were twelve passengers – Ratchett was stabbed twelve times." (3.9.58)