Following the ambush of their prison convoy and the subsequent attack on the Callahan Bridge, Claude and 8-Ball have escaped but are now isolated on Portland Island. After locating an abandoned Kuruma, 8-Ball informs Claude that he knows a place for them to lay low and find work, but Claude will need to drive there due to 8-Ball's injured hands.
Claude and 8-Ball arrive and head towards the back door.
It is possible for this mission to fail to load thus keeping the prison uniform and a lot of other things.
Standing in the flames of the burning cars will not affect Claude's health.
The mission title may be a reference to Patrick Henry's famous words "Give me liberty or give me death!", as well as the name of Liberty City.
For the first two minutes or two in-game hours (until 6:00), the player cannot gain a wanted level.
The two police cars driving on the other side of the bridge towards the sight of the explosion, whose sirens can be heard when the player drives forward, will not chase the player like normal police cars and the policemen inside them will never open the door.
The Kuruma used in the mission has a unique Teal colour, which can be stored after completing the following mission. In the Beta version of the game, the player originally drove a purple Sentinel.
The first song that the player listens in the game is Dil-Don't's "Stripe Summer", as when the player enters any vehicle after the cutscene, Head Radio will play every time from the beginning of the audio file.