Why does Sienna Brooks inject Robert Langdon with a sedative in Inferno, when she knows that she is supposed to drag him out of the make-do hospital to her make-do home? We see later that Langdon's reflexes alter because of the sedative and he's unable to move quickly which is required of him in this case.

  • It definitely Inferno and although I expect the Movie will be different from the book I'd guess this is answer on the Wikiepedia page... "They gave Robert benzodiazepine drugs to erase his short-term memory" – Paulie_D Oct 7 '16 at 15:04
  • @Paulie_D That was earlier, though. He already had lost his memory when she supposedly injected him the sedative. – Napoleon Wilson Oct 28 '16 at 20:55

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