|Latham group building|
|First appeared:||"Day 1: 9:00am-10:00am"|
|Last appeared:||"Day 1: 6:00pm-7:00pm"|
The Latham group building was an office building in Los Angeles, California. It was used by members of the Latham Group, the financiers of David Palmer's presidential campaign, as a meeting place during primary day. The building was located by the 110 Freeway, near to the turnoffs for 8th and 9th Street and the Loyola Law School.
At 9:36am, Carl Webb was in a meeting with Frank Ames, Phil Tuttle and Bob Jorgensen in a room in the building. He received a call from Sherry Palmer, who asked for help with her son's predicament. He told her that he was taking care of the evidence against Keith. Frank Ames then left the room and called David Palmer from the corridor, relaying what had been said in the meeting and announcing his withdrawal from Palmer's campaign. ("Day 1: 9:00am-10:00am")
Later Carl received another phone call, this time from David Palmer, demanding that he leave the building and come to Grant Street Elementary School for a meeting face to face. Carl left shortly afterwards. ("10:00am-11:00am")
Just after 6:30pm, the three remaining members of the group watched as David made a televised speech about the events surrounding their activities. Carl said he would take care of it, but Jorgensen commented that he was too late. ("6:00pm-7:00pm")
Background information and notes Edit
- The establishing shot of their building is actually the Grant Thornton Offices at 1000 Wilshire Boulevard, viewed from the 110 Freeway.
- In a deleted scene from "Day 1: 6:00pm-7:00pm", the FBI visit the building to arrest members of the Latham Group.