Continuity mistake: When Reade is in Weller's office, his face is still pretty bruised, especially around his left eye and cheek, from the drug dealers beating him. When he's talking to Zapata outside of Weller's office, his face isn't as bruised up.
Character mistake: Congressman Weitz tells the FBI task force that Kazahrus is an "absolute monarchy." Director Hirst interrupts him to state that this means "the order of succession is based solely on heredity," which she implies is well-known to students of civics. An absolute monarchy is one where the monarch's powers are unrestricted (such as by legislative or judicial branches of government). Hirst is describing a hereditary monarchy, but not all hereditary monarchies are absolute (for example, England's constitutional monarchy is hereditary), nor are all absolute monarchies hereditary (the Vatican's elective monarchy is absolute). What Hirst says is true of Kazahrus, but not of absolute monarchies, the term Weitz was defining. Weitz is presented as an expert on the topic, but doesn't correct her.
Continuity mistake: The team is assaulting the warehouse. The sights on one team member's gun changes 3 times. He starts with a scope, then a quick shot with no/iron sights (and a foregrip has been placed over his rails at the front) and then a reflex sight (a red dot).
Factual error: The memory Jane has of the man who takes away all her memories holds a butterfly needle to Jane's arm. The butterfly needle is called that because it has 2 wings and a body in the middle. To use this needle properly, the person takes both wings up together to be able to slide the small needle in, but the person we see using it, doesn't do this - he holds the needle behind the 2 wings and then inserts it. Also, this needle is far too small to handle the bag of drug-filled fluid that is intended for Jane's arm.
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