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{{Quote|Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Peter Sadusky. I'm the agent in charge.|[[Peter Sadusky]]|National Treasure}}
 
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'''Peter Sadusky''' is the [[FBI]] Special Agent in charge of the theft of the [[Declaration of Independence]]. The investigation leads him to [[Benjamin Franklin Gates]], who is after the [[Knights of Templar|Knight Templar]] and [[Freemasons|Freemason]] treasure.
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'''Peter Sadusky''' is the [[FBI]] Special Agent in charge of the theft of the [[Declaration of Independence]]. The investigation leads him to [[Benjamin Franklin Gates]], who is after the [[Knights Templar]] and [[Freemasons|Freemason]] treasure.
   
 
Being a Freemason himself, Sadusky is intrigued by Gates who gives up the Declaration and leads him to the real mastermind behind the theft: [[Ian Howe]].
 
Being a Freemason himself, Sadusky is intrigued by Gates who gives up the Declaration and leads him to the real mastermind behind the theft: [[Ian Howe]].

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Peter Sadusky
Biographical information
Gender

Male

Ethnic group

American

Eye color

Brown

Hair color

Gray

Title

FBI Agent

Behind the scenes
First appearance

National Treasure

Last appearance

National Treasure 3

Portrayer

Harvey Keitel

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"Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Peter Sadusky. I'm the agent in charge."
Peter Sadusky[src]

Peter Sadusky is the FBI Special Agent in charge of the theft of the Declaration of Independence. The investigation leads him to Benjamin Franklin Gates, who is after the Knights Templar and Freemason treasure.

Being a Freemason himself, Sadusky is intrigued by Gates who gives up the Declaration and leads him to the real mastermind behind the theft: Ian Howe.

In National Treasure: Book of Secrets, Peter, to his regret, tells Gates about the President's Book of Secrets, which has the answers to every unknown question in American history.

Though an antagonist for part of the story, Sadusky eventually becomes Gates's friend at the end of the movie.

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