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Red : He's got his fingers in a tot of pies, from what I hear.
Andy: What you hear isn't half of it. He's got scams you haven't dreamed of. Kickbacks on his kickbacks. There's a river of dirty money flowing through this ptace.
Red: Can be a problem having all that money. 'Cause sooner or (ater you ' re gotta have to explain where it came from.
Andy: That's where I come in. I channel it,fiIter it, funnel it... stocks, securities, taxfree municipals., t send that money out into the real world. And when it comes back.
Red : Clean as a virgin 's honeybunch ?
Andy: Cleaner. By the time Norton retires, I will have made him a millionaire.
Red: If they ever catch on him, he's gonna wind up here Wearing a number himself.
Andy: Oh Red, I thought you had a little more faith in me than that.
Red: I know you're good, but all that paper leaves a trail. Now anybody gets curious, FBI, IRS, whatever. lt's going to lead to somebody.
Andy: Sure it is. But not to me~ and certainly not to the warden.
Red: Allright, who?
Andy: The "silent" silent partner. He's the guilty one~ your Honor.
The man with the bank accounts. lt's where the filtering process starts. They trace anything, it 's gonna lead to him.
Red: But who is he ?
Andy: He's a phantom, an apparition. Second cousin to Harvey the Rabbit, ( off Red's look ) I conjured him out of thin air. He doesn't exist... except on paper.
Red: Andy, you can't just make a person up.
Andy: Sure you can. if you know how the system works, and where the cracks are. lt's amazing what you can accomplish by mail.
Mr. Stevens has a birth certificate, driver's license, social security number.
Red: You ' re shitting me.
Andy: lf they aver trace any of those accounts, they'II wind up chasing a figment of my imagination.
Red: Well,l,II be damnedl Did I say you were good 7 Shit! You're Rembrandt.
Andy: The funny thing is on the outside, I was an honest man.
Strarght as an arrow. I had to come to prison to be a crook.