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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:02,132 --> 00:00:03,481 Previously onThe Equalizer... 2 00:00:03,525 --> 00:00:08,008 I mean, who do you go to if you can't go to the cops? 3 00:00:08,051 --> 00:00:11,315 MEL: We've gotten dozens of hits off that message you sent out. 4 00:00:11,359 --> 00:00:14,014 BISHOP: What are you doing?ROBYN: I'm using my powers for good. 5 00:00:14,057 --> 00:00:15,363 He's gonna be heavily guarded. 6 00:00:15,406 --> 00:00:16,581 Well, then, I'm gonna need backup. 7 00:00:16,625 --> 00:00:17,756 Trouble's my specialty. 8 00:00:17,800 --> 00:00:19,106 ROBYN: Yes, it is. 9 00:00:21,021 --> 00:00:22,761 Looks like you made some improvements with the place.What do you need? 10 00:00:22,805 --> 00:00:24,981 I need those freaky-ass superpowers of yours. 11 00:00:25,025 --> 00:00:26,852 Detective Marcus Dante. Have you guys ever 12 00:00:26,896 --> 00:00:29,420 come across this woman as a part of your investigation? 13 00:00:29,464 --> 00:00:31,248 The facial rec turned up negative. 14 00:00:31,292 --> 00:00:32,815 They said it's like she doesn't exist. 15 00:00:32,858 --> 00:00:34,469 Except she does. 16 00:00:36,601 --> 00:00:38,081 [dogs barking] 17 00:00:38,125 --> 00:00:39,996 [indistinct shouting] 18 00:00:43,608 --> 00:00:46,046 [Klaxon siren wailing] 19 00:00:51,312 --> 00:00:53,662 [helicopter buzzing overhead] 20 00:01:19,992 --> 00:01:21,646 [knocks on door] 21 00:01:23,257 --> 00:01:25,563 Tommy, open up. It's Dale. I made it. 22 00:01:29,785 --> 00:01:31,569 Tommy? 23 00:01:38,402 --> 00:01:41,927 Tommy? Tommy! 24 00:01:47,846 --> 00:01:50,022 Oh, no. 25 00:01:53,287 --> 00:01:55,332 ♪ 26 00:01:58,292 --> 00:02:00,163 ♪ I'm sick with this 27 00:02:00,207 --> 00:02:01,860 ♪ Straight gangsta mack... 28 00:02:01,904 --> 00:02:04,341 Oh, stop. I can walk from here. 29 00:02:04,385 --> 00:02:07,475 Oh, what, you don't want me to pump up my old-school joints? 30 00:02:07,518 --> 00:02:09,041 [turns up volume]Hey! 31 00:02:09,085 --> 00:02:11,305 Oh, my God. Mom, no!♪ Look at me, I'm skinny 32 00:02:11,348 --> 00:02:13,176 ♪ It never stopped me from getting busy, I'm a freak ♪ 33 00:02:13,220 --> 00:02:15,483 No, stop. Please.♪ I like the girls with the boom ♪ 34 00:02:15,526 --> 00:02:18,094 ♪ I once got busy in a Burger King bathroom... ♪Mom. 35 00:02:18,138 --> 00:02:19,530 Oh, hey, Jazzy. Mom. 36 00:02:19,574 --> 00:02:21,358 [turns volume down] 37 00:02:21,402 --> 00:02:23,317 I haven't seen Jasmine in some time. 38 00:02:23,360 --> 00:02:24,883 Any reason for that? 39 00:02:24,927 --> 00:02:26,929 No. Just been busy. See you. 40 00:02:31,151 --> 00:02:33,196 [phone ringing] 41 00:02:34,328 --> 00:02:35,155 Yeah? 42 00:02:35,198 --> 00:02:36,417 Morning, sunshine. Bad time? 43 00:02:36,460 --> 00:02:37,548 No, I'm good. What's up? 44 00:02:37,592 --> 00:02:38,984 There's some lawyer 45 00:02:39,028 --> 00:02:41,770 putting the word out to the "got a problem" person. 46 00:02:41,813 --> 00:02:43,250 He sounds pretty desperate. 47 00:02:43,293 --> 00:02:45,426 We got to find something better to call me than that. 48 00:02:45,469 --> 00:02:47,167 Go ahead and set up the meet. 49 00:02:48,037 --> 00:02:49,691 ♪ Come on! ♪ Ooh, do me, baby♪ 50 00:02:49,734 --> 00:02:51,432 ♪ Do the Humpty Hump ♪ Hey, Humpty Hump 51 00:02:51,475 --> 00:02:53,434 ♪ Come on, do the Humpty Hump ♪ Uh, do the Humpty Hump 52 00:02:53,477 --> 00:02:56,306 ♪ Check me out, y'all ♪ Hey! Do the Humpty Hump... 53 00:02:58,700 --> 00:03:01,529 So the rumors are true-- you really do exist. 54 00:03:02,530 --> 00:03:03,879 I've heard rumors, too. 55 00:03:03,922 --> 00:03:06,098 Nic Palermo. Public defender. 56 00:03:06,142 --> 00:03:08,579 Used to be a pretty good lawyer until you hit the bottle. 57 00:03:08,623 --> 00:03:11,016 Yeah, well, I'm not here about me. 58 00:03:11,060 --> 00:03:12,801 It's about an old client. 59 00:03:12,844 --> 00:03:14,368 Dale Aldridge. 60 00:03:14,411 --> 00:03:17,371 The murderer that just escaped Danford a few days back? 61 00:03:18,372 --> 00:03:19,634 I don't help criminals. 62 00:03:19,677 --> 00:03:20,678 Please. 63 00:03:21,679 --> 00:03:24,334 He's innocent. 64 00:03:28,164 --> 00:03:30,079 His case nearly broke me. 65 00:03:30,122 --> 00:03:32,690 I spent ten years trying to show folks 66 00:03:32,734 --> 00:03:36,303 that what happened to Dale was a gross miscarriage of justice. 67 00:03:36,346 --> 00:03:39,044 But everywhere I turned, there were brick walls. 68 00:03:39,088 --> 00:03:41,221 It wears on a man. 69 00:03:41,264 --> 00:03:43,135 He's out of appeals now, 70 00:03:43,179 --> 00:03:45,050 but he's still trying to prove that he didn't do it. 71 00:03:45,094 --> 00:03:47,705 And if the cops find him, they'll probably kill him. 72 00:03:47,749 --> 00:03:51,318 He deserves better, better than I could do. 73 00:03:51,361 --> 00:03:54,538 Look, if you don't believe me, just take a look at the case. 74 00:03:54,582 --> 00:03:57,019 There's something off about it. 75 00:03:59,369 --> 00:04:01,415 Okay, I'll look at the case, 76 00:04:01,458 --> 00:04:03,678 but I need to meet him face-to-face. 77 00:04:03,721 --> 00:04:06,202 He called me from a burner. I don't know where he is. 78 00:04:06,246 --> 00:04:08,509 Let me handle that. 79 00:04:08,552 --> 00:04:10,206 PALEY: Tommy Venti. Parolee. 80 00:04:10,250 --> 00:04:12,295 Released from prison four months ago. 81 00:04:12,339 --> 00:04:14,297 U.S. Marshals found the body 82 00:04:14,341 --> 00:04:16,299 when they were tracking down that escapee, 83 00:04:16,343 --> 00:04:17,692 Dale Aldridge. 84 00:04:17,735 --> 00:04:19,128 MONROE: Smart money's on a prison beef. 85 00:04:19,171 --> 00:04:20,825 He and Aldridge were cellies. 86 00:04:20,869 --> 00:04:23,045 This is Deputy U.S. Marshal Mike Monroe. 87 00:04:23,088 --> 00:04:25,395 He's leading the fugitive task force. 88 00:04:25,439 --> 00:04:27,484 Detective Marcus Dante. 89 00:04:28,659 --> 00:04:30,052 MONROE: Not much for you, Detective. 90 00:04:30,095 --> 00:04:31,880 Neighbor saw Aldridge fleeing the scene. 91 00:04:31,923 --> 00:04:34,230 Pretty cut-and-dry.Except this was more than a prison beef. 92 00:04:34,274 --> 00:04:36,667 These marks-- this was an interrogation. 93 00:04:36,711 --> 00:04:38,669 Someone wanted information. 94 00:04:38,713 --> 00:04:40,497 Or just wanted to make it last. 95 00:04:40,541 --> 00:04:43,152 If Dale Aldridge is settling scores, this won't be 96 00:04:43,195 --> 00:04:45,633 the only homicide you're following down. 97 00:04:47,025 --> 00:04:48,592 ♪ 98 00:04:50,420 --> 00:04:52,074 [siren whoops] 99 00:04:54,772 --> 00:04:57,645 Easy, Dale. Easy, Dale. I'm not a cop. 100 00:04:57,688 --> 00:05:00,387 Your lawyer Nic, he sent me to help you. 101 00:05:01,910 --> 00:05:03,738 How'd you find me? 102 00:05:03,781 --> 00:05:05,740 Tracked your burner phone. 103 00:05:05,783 --> 00:05:08,960 [stammering]: What are you, some kind of a P.I.? 104 00:05:09,004 --> 00:05:11,746 No. I'm more of a specialist. 105 00:05:12,877 --> 00:05:14,836 Your lawyer says you're trying to clear your name. 106 00:05:14,879 --> 00:05:16,141 How you planning on doing that? 107 00:05:19,754 --> 00:05:22,191 There's this guy named Preacher, 108 00:05:22,234 --> 00:05:24,236 and my last cellmate, Tommy, did time with him 109 00:05:24,280 --> 00:05:26,238 a couple of years back upstate. 110 00:05:26,282 --> 00:05:28,153 Overheard him confess 111 00:05:28,197 --> 00:05:29,372 to the murder I'm in for. 112 00:05:29,416 --> 00:05:31,156 When Tommy got out, he tracked him down. 113 00:05:31,200 --> 00:05:32,854 We were gonna confront him, but... 114 00:05:32,897 --> 00:05:34,899 Preacher, he got to Tommy first. 115 00:05:34,943 --> 00:05:36,640 Beat him to death. 116 00:05:37,641 --> 00:05:38,990 So that was your plan, 117 00:05:39,034 --> 00:05:40,992 force a confession out of a killer? 118 00:05:41,036 --> 00:05:43,212 Even if you did, you're out of appeals. 119 00:05:43,255 --> 00:05:45,301 You wouldn't even get a new trial. 120 00:05:45,345 --> 00:05:46,650 I don't care about a trial. 121 00:05:46,694 --> 00:05:48,609 The only thing I care about is him. 122 00:05:51,481 --> 00:05:53,309 That's my son, Blake. 123 00:05:53,353 --> 00:05:55,137 He thinks he's the son of a murderer. 124 00:05:55,180 --> 00:05:57,008 His mother says he's self-destructing, 125 00:05:57,052 --> 00:05:58,314 going down the wrong path. 126 00:05:58,358 --> 00:06:01,404 If I can just show him I'm not who they say I am, 127 00:06:01,448 --> 00:06:03,798 maybe he won't think that's who he is, either. 128 00:06:05,016 --> 00:06:06,975 I just want him to have a chance. 129 00:06:09,456 --> 00:06:12,502 Okay, so, where is this Preacher? 130 00:06:12,546 --> 00:06:14,199 That's just it. Tommy wouldn't say, 131 00:06:14,243 --> 00:06:16,463 'cause everything's recorded on prison phones. 132 00:06:16,506 --> 00:06:18,465 Preacher, that's just a nickname. 133 00:06:18,508 --> 00:06:20,249 I don't even know his real name. 134 00:06:20,292 --> 00:06:21,772 Well, let me worry about that. 135 00:06:21,816 --> 00:06:23,513 But it might take a minute. 136 00:06:23,557 --> 00:06:25,776 I can put you up in a safe house for a few days. 137 00:06:26,777 --> 00:06:29,171 I can keep myself safe.Cops consider you 138 00:06:29,214 --> 00:06:30,215 armed and dangerous. 139 00:06:30,259 --> 00:06:31,434 They will shoot to kill. 140 00:06:31,478 --> 00:06:33,001 I appreciate the help. 141 00:06:33,044 --> 00:06:35,177 Would you trust anyone if you were me? 142 00:06:36,744 --> 00:06:38,441 Well, okay. 143 00:06:38,485 --> 00:06:40,748 But use this phone. 144 00:06:40,791 --> 00:06:42,271 No one can track it but me. 145 00:06:42,314 --> 00:06:44,273 Keep it on. Lose the other. 146 00:06:44,316 --> 00:06:46,275 And don't even think about trying to contact your family. 147 00:06:46,318 --> 00:06:47,450 Cops will be on 'em. 148 00:06:47,494 --> 00:06:49,017 In the meantime, 149 00:06:49,060 --> 00:06:51,236 I'll try to locate Preacher. 150 00:06:54,892 --> 00:06:56,198 I remember this case. 151 00:06:56,241 --> 00:06:58,113 They called it "Terror in Great Neck." 152 00:06:58,156 --> 00:07:00,985 The guy would cut alarms and break in when no one was home. 153 00:07:01,029 --> 00:07:04,119 Except for the last time someone was. 154 00:07:04,162 --> 00:07:05,686 Carol Walton, 155 00:07:05,729 --> 00:07:07,949 an ER nurse-- she was found stabbed to death. 156 00:07:07,992 --> 00:07:09,037 A neighbor said they saw Dale 157 00:07:09,080 --> 00:07:10,604 hanging around her house that night. 158 00:07:10,647 --> 00:07:11,866 Sounds suspicious. 159 00:07:11,909 --> 00:07:13,476 Well, until you find out that he was working 160 00:07:13,520 --> 00:07:14,912 as a handyman at the house next door. 161 00:07:14,956 --> 00:07:17,698 So based on the testimony of one person, 162 00:07:17,741 --> 00:07:19,047 Dale got sentenced to life. 163 00:07:19,090 --> 00:07:20,222 There had to be other evidence. 164 00:07:20,265 --> 00:07:22,529 I mean, DNA or a murder weapon. 165 00:07:22,572 --> 00:07:24,574 ROBYN: Not according to his lawyer's files. 166 00:07:24,618 --> 00:07:25,880 And he had no record. 167 00:07:25,923 --> 00:07:27,577 Prosecution used the fact that he was 168 00:07:27,621 --> 00:07:29,449 working-class and struggling, trying to provide 169 00:07:29,492 --> 00:07:31,494 for his family as motive.It's hard to imagine 170 00:07:31,538 --> 00:07:33,278 being locked up for something that you didn't do, 171 00:07:33,322 --> 00:07:35,063 and then watching, helpless, 172 00:07:35,106 --> 00:07:37,108 as your kid goes down the wrong road. 173 00:07:37,152 --> 00:07:38,327 Got him. 174 00:07:38,370 --> 00:07:40,895 No thanks to the Department of Corrections. 175 00:07:40,938 --> 00:07:42,549 Their I.T. system's a pit of idiocy. 176 00:07:42,592 --> 00:07:44,768 Reginald Floyd, aka Preacher. 177 00:07:44,812 --> 00:07:47,118 Did a nickel at Fishkill for B and E. 178 00:07:47,162 --> 00:07:48,729 Shared a block with Tommy for two of them. 179 00:07:48,772 --> 00:07:50,208 Look at this. 180 00:07:50,252 --> 00:07:52,950 What?Apparently, he got a traffic ticket 181 00:07:52,994 --> 00:07:55,562 ten years ago: rolling through a stop sign in Great Neck. 182 00:07:55,605 --> 00:07:57,433 MEL: Date on the ticket? 183 00:07:57,477 --> 00:07:58,869 Mm, June 11. 184 00:07:58,913 --> 00:08:01,829 Same night as one of the first burglaries. 185 00:08:01,872 --> 00:08:03,265 That's our guy. How do I find him? 186 00:08:04,962 --> 00:08:06,747 HARRY: It looks like he's in Queens. Apparently found God 187 00:08:06,790 --> 00:08:08,226 on the inside-- he's got some kind 188 00:08:08,270 --> 00:08:09,706 of inner-city, uh, ministry now. 189 00:08:09,750 --> 00:08:12,883 Then he should know all about the power of confession. 190 00:08:12,927 --> 00:08:15,756 Yo. Rob, hey. 191 00:08:15,799 --> 00:08:17,279 Uh, just watch your back out there. 192 00:08:17,322 --> 00:08:18,628 That, uh, that cop 193 00:08:18,672 --> 00:08:20,500 that's been looking for you, Marcus Dante, he's on 194 00:08:20,543 --> 00:08:22,023 the task force that's hunting Aldridge. 195 00:08:23,067 --> 00:08:25,766 Then I'll keep my eyes open. 196 00:08:36,603 --> 00:08:38,996 MAN [on TV]: If you have to carry the sheep, 197 00:08:39,040 --> 00:08:42,739 that means not only was it far away, it was wounded. 198 00:08:42,783 --> 00:08:45,133 The enemy kidnapped your dreams, 199 00:08:45,176 --> 00:08:48,440 kidnapped your hopes, 200 00:08:48,484 --> 00:08:51,313 kidnapped your future, and tried to kill you 201 00:08:51,356 --> 00:08:52,575 in the process. 202 00:08:52,619 --> 00:08:54,621 You were down, and you were bleeding. 203 00:08:54,664 --> 00:08:56,100 But you survived. 204 00:08:57,493 --> 00:09:00,235 Is there... Are there any survivors in the church today? 205 00:09:00,278 --> 00:09:01,584 Are there any survivors online? 206 00:09:01,628 --> 00:09:04,500 Make a sound if you're a survivor. 207 00:09:09,940 --> 00:09:12,813 [grunting] 208 00:09:17,426 --> 00:09:19,297 [exhales] 209 00:09:19,341 --> 00:09:21,299 Ooh, you got a pretty good swing 210 00:09:21,343 --> 00:09:22,953 for a man of God. 211 00:09:22,997 --> 00:09:25,216 [groans] What? 212 00:09:25,260 --> 00:09:27,567 What do you want from me? 213 00:09:27,610 --> 00:09:28,785 The truth. 214 00:09:28,829 --> 00:09:31,266 'Cause, Preacher, today is judgment day. 215 00:09:37,794 --> 00:09:40,188 I know what you're thinking-- I'm a killer-- but you're wrong. 216 00:09:40,231 --> 00:09:42,538 Says the man who tried to grand-slam my head. 217 00:09:42,582 --> 00:09:44,018 You broke into my house. 218 00:09:44,061 --> 00:09:45,585 I heard someone from my prison days 219 00:09:45,628 --> 00:09:47,543 was looking to get even, then you showed up. 220 00:09:47,587 --> 00:09:48,675 Looking for answers, 221 00:09:48,718 --> 00:09:51,460 about Great Neck, the Carol Walton murder. 222 00:09:51,503 --> 00:09:52,940 Tommy Venti heard you confess. 223 00:09:52,983 --> 00:09:55,333 Then he starts asking questions and ends up dead. 224 00:09:56,334 --> 00:09:57,466 Tommy's dead? 225 00:10:00,948 --> 00:10:02,514 I did confess... 226 00:10:02,558 --> 00:10:04,299 to the burglaries. 227 00:10:04,342 --> 00:10:05,866 But I ain't never killed nobody. 228 00:10:05,909 --> 00:10:07,955 You expect me to believe that? 229 00:10:07,998 --> 00:10:09,913 When Carol Walton was murdered 230 00:10:09,957 --> 00:10:12,786 by someone using the exact same M.O. as those robberies? 231 00:10:12,829 --> 00:10:14,135 I'm a man of God now. 232 00:10:14,178 --> 00:10:16,659 I confessed my sins, and I'm telling you, 233 00:10:16,703 --> 00:10:18,400 murder wasn't one of them. 234 00:10:18,443 --> 00:10:20,532 So, what? 235 00:10:20,576 --> 00:10:22,143 This just a coincidence? 236 00:10:22,186 --> 00:10:24,667 No. It's the same M.O., 237 00:10:24,711 --> 00:10:26,495 'cause whoever killed that woman 238 00:10:26,538 --> 00:10:29,280 used my crime to get away with their own. 239 00:10:30,499 --> 00:10:32,501 When the cops picked me up on another charge, 240 00:10:32,544 --> 00:10:35,025 I was terrified they were gonna pin that murder on me, 241 00:10:35,069 --> 00:10:37,071 until they arrested that other guy, Dale. 242 00:10:37,114 --> 00:10:38,420 After that, I thanked God 243 00:10:38,463 --> 00:10:39,900 every day. 244 00:10:39,943 --> 00:10:42,206 I changed my life. 245 00:10:42,250 --> 00:10:44,295 I promised I'd do his work. 246 00:10:44,339 --> 00:10:48,212 By letting an innocent man take the fall? 247 00:10:48,256 --> 00:10:50,519 You could've come forward.And said what? 248 00:10:50,562 --> 00:10:52,826 "I did the robberies but not the murder"? 249 00:10:52,869 --> 00:10:54,479 Black man, white woman? 250 00:10:54,523 --> 00:10:56,743 It don't matter if I had a rock-solid alibi. 251 00:10:56,786 --> 00:10:58,788 I'd never see daylight again. 252 00:10:58,832 --> 00:11:02,662 Okay, so you had an alibi for then. 253 00:11:02,705 --> 00:11:05,099 What about last night when Tommy was killed? 254 00:11:05,142 --> 00:11:07,188 I was ministering in a soup kitchen. 255 00:11:07,231 --> 00:11:09,843 I ain't never kill nobody. 256 00:11:09,886 --> 00:11:12,759 Not then, not now. 257 00:11:12,802 --> 00:11:15,631 Somebody used my crimes to get away with murder, 258 00:11:15,675 --> 00:11:17,024 and now they're trying to make sure 259 00:11:17,067 --> 00:11:18,286 that their secret stays buried. 260 00:11:22,812 --> 00:11:24,727 And we've got officers posted there as well. 261 00:11:24,771 --> 00:11:26,642 Well, that's good to know. 262 00:11:28,078 --> 00:11:30,777 Well, if it isn't Detective Dante. 263 00:11:30,820 --> 00:11:33,301 District Attorney Grafton. Didn't want to interrupt. 264 00:11:33,344 --> 00:11:35,738 I was hoping for a moment with Judge Cooley 265 00:11:35,782 --> 00:11:38,219 about Dale Aldridge's case. You were the prosecutor? 266 00:11:38,262 --> 00:11:40,395 We were just discussing security measures. 267 00:11:40,438 --> 00:11:42,049 And since he's all out of appeals, 268 00:11:42,092 --> 00:11:43,572 he's got nothing to lose. 269 00:11:43,615 --> 00:11:45,792 I, on the other hand, have a family. 270 00:11:45,835 --> 00:11:47,619 I've reviewed his phone calls from prison. 271 00:11:47,663 --> 00:11:50,144 So far, he hasn't made any direct threats against you 272 00:11:50,187 --> 00:11:51,754 or anyone else involved in the case. 273 00:11:51,798 --> 00:11:52,973 Hardly a comfort, 274 00:11:53,016 --> 00:11:54,409 given he murdered a woman 275 00:11:54,452 --> 00:11:56,890 in cold blood and just killed his old cellmate. 276 00:11:56,933 --> 00:11:59,762 I understand. It's just, uh... 277 00:11:59,806 --> 00:12:01,416 What? 278 00:12:01,459 --> 00:12:04,767 Also in those calls, uh, Dale and Tommy spoke about 279 00:12:04,811 --> 00:12:06,595 finding the real killer. 280 00:12:06,638 --> 00:12:08,466 Sounded like Dale was looking to clear his name. 281 00:12:08,510 --> 00:12:10,294 I hate to ask, but... 282 00:12:10,338 --> 00:12:12,079 Uh, Detective...No. 283 00:12:12,122 --> 00:12:13,384 It's fine. 284 00:12:13,428 --> 00:12:15,125 It was a big case, Detective. 285 00:12:15,169 --> 00:12:18,259 Lots of media attention. So yes, we looked. 286 00:12:18,302 --> 00:12:20,740 I can assure you, there was no evidence 287 00:12:20,783 --> 00:12:23,612 it was anyone other than Dale Aldridge. 288 00:12:23,655 --> 00:12:24,831 WOMAN: Your Honor, we're ready. 289 00:12:24,874 --> 00:12:26,746 Uh, I'm due back in court. 290 00:12:26,789 --> 00:12:29,923 You have any other questions, please call. 291 00:12:31,359 --> 00:12:33,013 Did you really just accuse the judge 292 00:12:33,056 --> 00:12:33,753 of putting away the wrong guy? 293 00:12:33,796 --> 00:12:35,537 I'm a cop, not a lawyer. 294 00:12:35,580 --> 00:12:38,148 Meaning?Not every question is an accusation. 295 00:12:38,192 --> 00:12:39,802 My job is to make sure the story fits the facts. 296 00:12:39,846 --> 00:12:42,631 By all accounts, Dale and Tommy were friends. 297 00:12:42,674 --> 00:12:44,676 Doesn't make sense he'd kill him. 298 00:12:44,720 --> 00:12:46,635 And when I pulled surveillance, 299 00:12:46,678 --> 00:12:49,072 I saw a stolen car leaving Tommy's place. 300 00:12:49,116 --> 00:12:51,161 The man in it wasn't Aldridge. 301 00:12:51,205 --> 00:12:53,990 Detective, we have an escaped killer running around my city. 302 00:12:54,034 --> 00:12:57,167 If you want to chase ghosts, how about you do it after he's back 303 00:12:57,211 --> 00:12:59,822 behind bars and before another body drops? 304 00:13:04,609 --> 00:13:06,960 DALE: But it has to be him. He confessed. 305 00:13:07,003 --> 00:13:09,701 To the break-ins, not the murders. 306 00:13:09,745 --> 00:13:12,182 I checked Preacher's alibi from ten years ago 307 00:13:12,226 --> 00:13:13,662 and the night Tommy was killed. 308 00:13:13,705 --> 00:13:15,882 It's not him. 309 00:13:17,884 --> 00:13:20,495 So, what? This was all pointless? 310 00:13:20,538 --> 00:13:23,585 No. It means the real killer is still out there. 311 00:13:23,628 --> 00:13:25,195 We just need to find 'em. 312 00:13:25,239 --> 00:13:27,850 How? Th-There's no place to start. 313 00:13:27,894 --> 00:13:29,025 We start with the victim. 314 00:13:29,069 --> 00:13:32,072 Carol Walton. Someone wanted her dead. 315 00:13:32,115 --> 00:13:33,987 We just need to find out who. 316 00:13:34,030 --> 00:13:35,858 After a decade? 317 00:13:35,902 --> 00:13:37,599 You really think that's possible? 318 00:13:37,642 --> 00:13:39,819 Well, the killer seemed to think so. 319 00:13:39,862 --> 00:13:41,864 Otherwise, he wouldn't have moved on Tommy. 320 00:13:41,908 --> 00:13:44,040 Which also means you're not safe. 321 00:13:44,084 --> 00:13:45,737 Not here or back there. 322 00:13:45,781 --> 00:13:47,827 You need to let me protect you. 323 00:13:48,871 --> 00:13:50,351 No. 324 00:13:50,394 --> 00:13:52,570 I'm tired of putting my life in other people's hands. 325 00:13:52,614 --> 00:13:53,745 I'll figure it out on my own. 326 00:13:53,789 --> 00:13:55,008 Dale. 327 00:13:56,096 --> 00:13:57,314 Dale. 328 00:13:59,273 --> 00:14:01,405 HARRY: You know that phone you gave him? 329 00:14:01,449 --> 00:14:03,233 It's in a Jersey landfill. 330 00:14:03,277 --> 00:14:05,453 He's clearly not that into you. 331 00:14:05,496 --> 00:14:08,412 [scoffs] Well, can you blame him? 332 00:14:08,456 --> 00:14:09,849 Ten years of fighting, 333 00:14:09,892 --> 00:14:12,808 and his one shot ends with his friend being dead. 334 00:14:12,852 --> 00:14:14,505 I think he's losing hope. 335 00:14:14,549 --> 00:14:16,203 So, what are we supposed to do? 336 00:14:16,246 --> 00:14:19,075 If someone doesn't want our help, do we just stop? 337 00:14:20,120 --> 00:14:21,208 We help him anyway. 338 00:14:21,251 --> 00:14:22,687 I mean, 339 00:14:22,731 --> 00:14:24,689 we're not getting paid to do any of this, right? 340 00:14:24,733 --> 00:14:26,822 We're making a choice to help people who need it. 341 00:14:26,866 --> 00:14:28,389 I mean, clearly, this dude needs it. 342 00:14:28,432 --> 00:14:30,043 He's out there, he's alone. 343 00:14:30,086 --> 00:14:32,697 So we help him before he gets himself killed. 344 00:14:36,919 --> 00:14:38,878 Hey. 345 00:14:39,966 --> 00:14:41,402 What's that for? 346 00:14:41,445 --> 00:14:43,447 It's for you being you. 347 00:14:43,491 --> 00:14:45,319 Oh. Thanks. 348 00:14:45,362 --> 00:14:47,234 You're welcome. 349 00:14:48,235 --> 00:14:49,845 So what's our next move? 350 00:14:49,889 --> 00:14:53,283 Well, Carol's body was found by her friend Elaine Gibson, 351 00:14:53,327 --> 00:14:54,937 so maybe she can shed some light 352 00:14:54,981 --> 00:14:57,244 on what was going on in her life back then. 353 00:14:57,287 --> 00:14:59,333 In the meantime, we got to find Dale again. 354 00:14:59,376 --> 00:15:02,118 And see if you can get eyes on his family. 355 00:15:02,162 --> 00:15:04,991 I got a feeling he's gonna do something stupid. 356 00:15:29,276 --> 00:15:31,017 You're still duct-taping the door handle. 357 00:15:32,148 --> 00:15:33,497 You shouldn't be here. 358 00:15:33,541 --> 00:15:35,151 How's Blake? 359 00:15:35,195 --> 00:15:37,588 Tell me. 360 00:15:37,632 --> 00:15:39,416 I've tried, Dale. I have. 361 00:15:39,460 --> 00:15:41,766 He's just so angry about everything. 362 00:15:41,810 --> 00:15:43,290 He hasn't been home for weeks. 363 00:15:43,333 --> 00:15:45,379 Your last letter, you said he was in trouble. 364 00:15:46,423 --> 00:15:48,077 You remember Bobby Crenshaw? 365 00:15:48,121 --> 00:15:49,905 Yeah. 366 00:15:49,949 --> 00:15:52,168 Blake is jacking cars for him now. 367 00:15:53,169 --> 00:15:54,301 I have to see him. 368 00:15:54,344 --> 00:15:55,606 Oh, promise you won't. The cops... 369 00:15:55,650 --> 00:15:56,868 You should get going before the Marshals 370 00:15:56,912 --> 00:15:58,305 waiting outside get suspicious. 371 00:15:58,348 --> 00:15:59,523 Promise me. 372 00:15:59,567 --> 00:16:01,003 I can't lose you both. 373 00:16:01,047 --> 00:16:04,920 Hey, promise me you'll get the handle fixed, okay? 374 00:16:06,052 --> 00:16:07,923 I love you. 375 00:16:12,058 --> 00:16:13,668 [car door closes] 376 00:16:18,499 --> 00:16:21,197 Excuse me. I need to see Elaine Gibson. 377 00:16:21,241 --> 00:16:22,894 [mouths] 378 00:16:27,638 --> 00:16:29,989 Oh, totally! That call cost them the touchdown. 379 00:16:30,032 --> 00:16:32,252 I know! Pass interference, bro. 380 00:16:32,295 --> 00:16:34,776 Hey. You mind using your inside voice? 381 00:16:34,819 --> 00:16:37,039 You see that family? They're grieving. 382 00:16:37,083 --> 00:16:39,172 I'm the head of emergency surgery. 383 00:16:39,215 --> 00:16:43,002 Then it would be a real shame if you couldn't use your hands. 384 00:16:49,008 --> 00:16:52,489 Hi. I'm Elaine. You looking for me? 385 00:16:53,490 --> 00:16:55,101 Carol was more than a friend. 386 00:16:55,144 --> 00:16:58,017 She was like a sister. Uh, we even got matching tattoos. 387 00:16:59,148 --> 00:17:01,107 It never sat right, 388 00:17:01,150 --> 00:17:03,761 what they said happened. 389 00:17:03,805 --> 00:17:06,373 I know it's been a minute, but can you think of anyone 390 00:17:06,416 --> 00:17:07,852 that would want to come after her? 391 00:17:07,896 --> 00:17:09,071 Bad relationship? 392 00:17:09,115 --> 00:17:10,986 Money problems? Anything? 393 00:17:11,030 --> 00:17:13,510 No, nothing like that. I mean... 394 00:17:13,554 --> 00:17:15,991 she was a crusader.How so? 395 00:17:18,559 --> 00:17:20,952 Back then, the opioid wave was just hitting. 396 00:17:20,996 --> 00:17:23,042 In the ER, we saw the damage firsthand. 397 00:17:23,085 --> 00:17:26,132 Someone was flooding the streets with prescriptions. 398 00:17:26,175 --> 00:17:28,134 Carol wanted to find out who. 399 00:17:28,177 --> 00:17:31,746 The night she died, she said she'd gotten a name. 400 00:17:31,789 --> 00:17:33,356 Some guy running a pill mill. 401 00:17:33,400 --> 00:17:35,184 She just needed verification. 402 00:17:35,228 --> 00:17:37,708 The next morning, she was dead. 403 00:17:37,752 --> 00:17:40,276 Did you tell this to the police? 404 00:17:40,320 --> 00:17:42,148 Yeah, I did. They said they'd look into it, 405 00:17:42,191 --> 00:17:43,323 but then they caught that guy. 406 00:17:43,366 --> 00:17:45,673 Said the evidence was overwhelming. 407 00:17:45,716 --> 00:17:47,718 You know, what else was I supposed to do? 408 00:17:51,461 --> 00:17:53,681 Dale's lawyer never saw 409 00:17:53,724 --> 00:17:56,031 Elaine's statement about another suspect. 410 00:17:56,075 --> 00:17:58,338 Someone buried it?Yeah. 411 00:17:58,381 --> 00:17:59,643 And they were willing to drop bodies 412 00:17:59,687 --> 00:18:01,123 to keep the truth from coming out. 413 00:18:01,167 --> 00:18:02,994 Well, I think I might know who. 414 00:18:03,038 --> 00:18:05,171 You know your buddy at the NYPD, Detective Dante? 415 00:18:05,214 --> 00:18:06,607 While everyone's been, uh, 416 00:18:06,650 --> 00:18:07,912 running around searching for Dale, 417 00:18:07,956 --> 00:18:09,392 this dude's been quietly swimming upstream. 418 00:18:09,436 --> 00:18:10,524 Check this out. 419 00:18:10,567 --> 00:18:12,308 He pulled these off the cameras 420 00:18:12,352 --> 00:18:14,049 in front of Tommy's apartment the night that Dale 421 00:18:14,093 --> 00:18:15,224 supposedly killed him. 422 00:18:15,268 --> 00:18:16,834 It's a guy in a car. 423 00:18:16,878 --> 00:18:18,009 Eh, it's not just any car. 424 00:18:18,053 --> 00:18:19,446 That's a stolen car right there, man. 425 00:18:19,489 --> 00:18:22,362 That was, that was reported stolen earlier that day. 426 00:18:22,405 --> 00:18:24,059 You know, and what a coincidence, uh, some guy's 427 00:18:24,103 --> 00:18:25,278 roaming around in a stolen car in front 428 00:18:25,321 --> 00:18:26,366 of Tommy's apartment the night he's murdered. 429 00:18:26,409 --> 00:18:28,368 Yeah, that's definitely not Dale. 430 00:18:28,411 --> 00:18:30,892 Well, the bad news is, is that photo is way too grainy 431 00:18:30,935 --> 00:18:32,502 for the NYPD to run facial rec, 432 00:18:32,546 --> 00:18:34,330 so your boy Dante's gonna be at a dead end. 433 00:18:34,374 --> 00:18:36,593 So what's the good news?Well, the good news is 434 00:18:36,637 --> 00:18:38,334 I may be able to, uh, run it through 435 00:18:38,378 --> 00:18:40,162 a little NSA software to clean it up. 436 00:18:40,206 --> 00:18:41,685 But it's gonna take me a minute. 437 00:18:41,729 --> 00:18:43,557 Well, I got to pick up Delilah from school, 438 00:18:43,600 --> 00:18:45,167 so just let me know what you find. 439 00:18:45,211 --> 00:18:47,735 Yep. Mm-hmm. You want to watch, honey? 440 00:18:47,778 --> 00:18:49,780 You're adorable. 441 00:18:51,913 --> 00:18:53,958 [school bell ringing] 442 00:18:56,222 --> 00:18:57,571 Hey, Robyn. 443 00:18:57,614 --> 00:18:59,877 How you been?Hey, Angela. 444 00:18:59,921 --> 00:19:02,489 I saw your Jazzy yesterday. 445 00:19:02,532 --> 00:19:04,578 Heard she saw you, too.Yeah. 446 00:19:04,621 --> 00:19:06,145 I don't like to ask, but did you notice 447 00:19:06,188 --> 00:19:07,798 some weirdness between our girls? 448 00:19:07,842 --> 00:19:11,411 Yeah, I noticed they completely ignored each other. 449 00:19:11,454 --> 00:19:13,021 Any idea what that's about? 450 00:19:13,064 --> 00:19:15,197 [laughs softly] Jasmine hardly tells me anything anymore. 451 00:19:15,241 --> 00:19:17,330 Right now, I'm just her Uber and her ATM. 452 00:19:17,373 --> 00:19:20,202 [laughs]: You and me both. 453 00:19:20,246 --> 00:19:23,205 Hey, why don't we just do one of our old movie nights? 454 00:19:23,249 --> 00:19:24,728 All four of us. Saturday. 455 00:19:24,772 --> 00:19:26,730 Maybe we can mend whatever the hell this is. 456 00:19:26,774 --> 00:19:27,992 I'll bring the popcorn. 457 00:19:28,036 --> 00:19:30,517 I will bring the M&M's, "Me and Merlot." 458 00:19:30,560 --> 00:19:32,475 [both laugh] 459 00:19:34,521 --> 00:19:36,697 Hey.What were you and Jazzy's mom talking about? 460 00:19:36,740 --> 00:19:39,178 We were just thinking how fun it would be 461 00:19:39,221 --> 00:19:41,789 if the four of us hung out again, you know? 462 00:19:41,832 --> 00:19:44,095 Watched a movie, snuggled up under the blankets. 463 00:19:44,139 --> 00:19:45,488 Like we used to. 464 00:19:45,532 --> 00:19:48,143 Tell me you did not just create a playdate for me. 465 00:19:48,187 --> 00:19:50,493 [scoffs] What is wrong with a little hang? 466 00:19:50,537 --> 00:19:52,452 Hang? I mean, what's wrong is you didn't ask me. 467 00:19:52,495 --> 00:19:53,627 This is Jazzy we're talking about. 468 00:19:53,670 --> 00:19:54,802 Okay, tell you what, you want to 469 00:19:54,845 --> 00:19:55,977 hang out with Jasmine so bad, 470 00:19:56,020 --> 00:19:58,022 you can go without me. 471 00:19:58,066 --> 00:19:59,067 Delilah, where are you going? 472 00:19:59,110 --> 00:20:01,156 To find another ride home. 473 00:20:01,200 --> 00:20:02,984 Delilah, come back here. 474 00:20:07,467 --> 00:20:09,208 [sighs] 475 00:20:16,258 --> 00:20:18,652 Delilah, I understand you are upset, 476 00:20:18,695 --> 00:20:20,915 but I will not tolerate you slamming a door on me. 477 00:20:20,958 --> 00:20:22,308 Do you understand? 478 00:20:22,351 --> 00:20:24,266 Fine, but you shouldn't have done what you did, either. 479 00:20:24,310 --> 00:20:28,096 Maybe I would understand better if you tell me what's up. 480 00:20:30,229 --> 00:20:33,797 Do you promise not to judge me or try to fix it? 481 00:20:33,841 --> 00:20:35,930 Oh, you might as well ask your mama for a pony. 482 00:20:35,973 --> 00:20:39,673 Okay, we just aren't interested in the same things anymore. 483 00:20:39,716 --> 00:20:41,109 Like what things? 484 00:20:41,152 --> 00:20:43,024 I don't know, she thinks she's all crazy woke. 485 00:20:43,067 --> 00:20:45,592 I mean, all Jazz and her new friends do is go to rallies 486 00:20:45,635 --> 00:20:47,028 and make protest posters. 487 00:20:47,071 --> 00:20:49,291 And what is wrong with that? 488 00:20:49,335 --> 00:20:52,294 Life is about more than just parties and clothes, Dee. 489 00:20:52,338 --> 00:20:54,470 And there it is. Thank you for the life lesson, Mom. 490 00:20:54,514 --> 00:20:56,733 Hey, those things are important. 491 00:20:56,777 --> 00:20:58,257 Yes, that's the problem. 492 00:20:58,300 --> 00:20:59,649 They don't care about the causes. 493 00:20:59,693 --> 00:21:00,824 It's all about their Instas. 494 00:21:00,868 --> 00:21:02,696 I mean, she's just in it for the likes. 495 00:21:02,739 --> 00:21:04,219 If you're gonna do something, believe in it. 496 00:21:04,263 --> 00:21:06,743 Isn't that what you taught me, Mom? 497 00:21:06,787 --> 00:21:08,528 Well, have you tried to talk to her? 498 00:21:08,571 --> 00:21:10,704 Tell her how you feel?[scoffs] Okay, what? 499 00:21:10,747 --> 00:21:13,359 So she can act mad salty with her new friends? 500 00:21:13,402 --> 00:21:14,882 But y'all been friends since you were little. 501 00:21:14,925 --> 00:21:16,492 It's not like we fought or anything. 502 00:21:16,536 --> 00:21:18,277 Okay? She changed. I changed. 503 00:21:18,320 --> 00:21:20,540 It's not a thing. There's nothing to fix. 504 00:21:28,678 --> 00:21:31,246 Maybe I should just call Angela. 505 00:21:31,290 --> 00:21:33,553 Tell her what? Her daughter's fake woke? 506 00:21:33,596 --> 00:21:34,684 [laughs] 507 00:21:34,728 --> 00:21:36,251 Come on, Aunt Vi. 508 00:21:36,295 --> 00:21:37,296 They've been like sisters. 509 00:21:37,339 --> 00:21:38,645 You don't just toss that away. 510 00:21:38,688 --> 00:21:40,168 I mean, even during the divorce, 511 00:21:40,211 --> 00:21:43,780 it was Jazzy and Dee, Angela and me doing everything. 512 00:21:44,825 --> 00:21:49,046 So, uh, who are you really trying to fix this for? 513 00:21:52,789 --> 00:21:54,791 ♪ 514 00:21:56,663 --> 00:21:58,055 HARRY: Hey, so, we I.D.'d the guy 515 00:21:58,099 --> 00:21:59,927 in the stolen car outside Tommy's. 516 00:21:59,970 --> 00:22:02,190 MEL: His name is Trent Sawyer. 517 00:22:02,233 --> 00:22:05,280 Grand theft, assault, some drug convictions. 518 00:22:05,324 --> 00:22:06,934 Reminds me of my prom date. 519 00:22:06,977 --> 00:22:09,328 Would make sense he's involved. 520 00:22:10,329 --> 00:22:12,461 Except Trent is 23. 521 00:22:12,505 --> 00:22:14,115 Which means when Carol was murdered, 522 00:22:14,158 --> 00:22:15,943 he was 13 and living in another state. 523 00:22:15,986 --> 00:22:17,945 So, how's he connected to all of this? 524 00:22:17,988 --> 00:22:19,599 HARRY: That's exactly the question we were asking. 525 00:22:19,642 --> 00:22:21,340 Then we saw this. 526 00:22:26,170 --> 00:22:28,042 MEL: Mm-hmm. 527 00:22:29,043 --> 00:22:30,392 So, what are you thinking? 528 00:22:30,436 --> 00:22:32,873 I'm thinking we make a trade. 529 00:22:32,916 --> 00:22:33,961 With who? 530 00:22:34,004 --> 00:22:36,093 That cop. Detective Dante. 531 00:22:37,486 --> 00:22:39,706 Our info for their info on Dale's case. 532 00:22:39,749 --> 00:22:41,055 HARRY: You're gonna set a trade 533 00:22:41,098 --> 00:22:42,404 with the guy who's hunting you? 534 00:22:42,448 --> 00:22:43,797 Why don't you just, like, throw rocks 535 00:22:43,840 --> 00:22:45,320 at a wasps' nest while you're at it? 536 00:22:45,364 --> 00:22:46,669 He will make the trade. 537 00:22:46,713 --> 00:22:47,888 How do you know? 538 00:22:47,931 --> 00:22:48,976 Because I know him. 539 00:22:49,019 --> 00:22:51,326 Career law enforcement. 540 00:22:51,370 --> 00:22:53,241 His father was a cop, too. 541 00:22:53,284 --> 00:22:56,244 A legend who got busted for being dirty, 542 00:22:56,287 --> 00:22:58,812 which means he has to do things cleaner 543 00:22:58,855 --> 00:23:00,814 and better than anyone else. 544 00:23:00,857 --> 00:23:03,077 Wow, stalker much? 545 00:23:03,120 --> 00:23:04,383 Know thy enemy. 546 00:23:04,426 --> 00:23:05,732 Okay, so he's a Boy Scout. 547 00:23:05,775 --> 00:23:07,864 Who's atoning for sins that aren't even his. 548 00:23:07,908 --> 00:23:10,040 Yet he almost tanked his career going after 549 00:23:10,084 --> 00:23:12,521 an ADA who put politics before justice. 550 00:23:12,565 --> 00:23:14,305 The man cares. 551 00:23:14,349 --> 00:23:16,307 I can work with that. 552 00:23:16,351 --> 00:23:19,659 Okay, who's to say, though, he doesn't draw you in, 553 00:23:19,702 --> 00:23:21,530 and then arrest you when your guard is down? 554 00:23:22,401 --> 00:23:24,577 My guard is never down. 555 00:23:24,620 --> 00:23:26,361 [rings] 556 00:23:26,405 --> 00:23:28,145 Detective Dante. 557 00:23:28,189 --> 00:23:29,799 Do you know who this is? 558 00:23:31,061 --> 00:23:32,454 Why don't you tell me? 559 00:23:32,498 --> 00:23:34,891 I'm that photograph you have in front of you. 560 00:23:38,242 --> 00:23:40,070 You know who I am, so who are you? 561 00:23:40,114 --> 00:23:43,204 Let's just say, when the scales of justice are rigged, 562 00:23:43,247 --> 00:23:45,162 I serve as an equalizer. 563 00:23:45,206 --> 00:23:47,164 You mean "lawless vigilante." 564 00:23:47,208 --> 00:23:48,688 Then I guess you're not interested 565 00:23:48,731 --> 00:23:50,820 in this information I have on the Aldridge case. 566 00:23:51,821 --> 00:23:53,388 What information is that? 567 00:23:53,432 --> 00:23:54,607 The guy you're looking for. 568 00:23:54,650 --> 00:23:55,956 The guy in the stolen car 569 00:23:55,999 --> 00:23:57,436 in front of Tommy Venti's house. 570 00:23:57,479 --> 00:23:59,089 How do you know? 571 00:23:59,133 --> 00:24:00,090 Tell you what. 572 00:24:00,134 --> 00:24:02,658 I'll give you his name 573 00:24:02,702 --> 00:24:05,400 for some information from Carol Walton's case file. 574 00:24:06,401 --> 00:24:08,403 Why would I agree to that? 575 00:24:08,447 --> 00:24:10,753 Because we both know Dale's innocent. 576 00:24:11,754 --> 00:24:13,408 All right, I'll play. 577 00:24:13,452 --> 00:24:14,931 You first. 578 00:24:14,975 --> 00:24:16,759 Your man's name is Trent Sawyer. 579 00:24:16,803 --> 00:24:19,414 And up until a few days ago, 580 00:24:19,458 --> 00:24:21,547 he was awaiting trial on a murder two. 581 00:24:21,590 --> 00:24:23,244 Says it was dismissed. 582 00:24:23,287 --> 00:24:24,593 Technicality. 583 00:24:24,637 --> 00:24:25,942 Look who dismissed it. 584 00:24:29,119 --> 00:24:30,556 Judge Felicia Cooley. 585 00:24:30,599 --> 00:24:32,601 Who just happened to be the original prosecutor 586 00:24:32,645 --> 00:24:34,342 on Dale's case. 587 00:24:34,385 --> 00:24:36,605 So, Cooley dismisses the charges, 588 00:24:36,649 --> 00:24:40,261 Sawyer goes to Tommy's house, and... 589 00:24:40,304 --> 00:24:42,306 And Tommy ends up dead. 590 00:24:42,350 --> 00:24:46,746 Now, that's either the world's biggest coincidence, or... 591 00:24:46,789 --> 00:24:48,661 Or Cooley's involved. 592 00:24:48,704 --> 00:24:50,576 You mentioned Carol Walton's case file. 593 00:24:50,619 --> 00:24:52,316 What information do you want? 594 00:24:52,360 --> 00:24:53,709 Walton's friend, Elaine Gibson. 595 00:24:53,753 --> 00:24:55,842 She gave a statement to detectives 596 00:24:55,885 --> 00:24:57,974 about a possible motive for murder, 597 00:24:58,018 --> 00:24:59,541 unrelated to Dale. 598 00:24:59,585 --> 00:25:01,456 Dale's public defender never saw it. 599 00:25:01,500 --> 00:25:02,892 You want to know who buried it. 600 00:25:02,936 --> 00:25:05,460 Well, you can pull the physical file. 601 00:25:06,505 --> 00:25:09,029 If I do find something, how do I get in touch with you? 602 00:25:09,072 --> 00:25:11,161 Oh, don't worry. 603 00:25:11,205 --> 00:25:12,902 I'll find you. 604 00:25:17,733 --> 00:25:19,518 You like that he's looking for you. 605 00:25:21,955 --> 00:25:23,304 [chuckles] 606 00:25:23,347 --> 00:25:24,740 Any luck finding Dale? 607 00:25:24,784 --> 00:25:26,655 No. Nothing. 608 00:25:32,618 --> 00:25:34,663 Blake. 609 00:25:34,707 --> 00:25:36,709 You don't have to do this. 610 00:25:37,710 --> 00:25:39,146 Yeah, says the convict 611 00:25:39,189 --> 00:25:40,974 with every cop in the city looking for him. 612 00:25:41,017 --> 00:25:44,499 Says your father, who loves you. 613 00:25:45,544 --> 00:25:47,154 Yeah, well... 614 00:25:47,197 --> 00:25:48,851 that's your problem. 615 00:25:50,200 --> 00:25:51,637 You know there's a reward for you? 616 00:25:51,680 --> 00:25:53,639 All right, one call and you're back in prison. 617 00:25:53,682 --> 00:25:55,510 Okay, 15 minutes. 618 00:25:55,554 --> 00:25:57,033 That's... that's all I ask. 619 00:25:57,077 --> 00:25:58,948 Just give me 15 minutes. 620 00:26:04,954 --> 00:26:06,956 [sighs] Fine. 621 00:26:08,392 --> 00:26:09,611 [phone rings] 622 00:26:09,655 --> 00:26:10,917 Detective Dante. 623 00:26:10,960 --> 00:26:12,135 You got something for me? 624 00:26:13,397 --> 00:26:15,269 You were right. 625 00:26:15,312 --> 00:26:17,706 Elaine's statement was definitely suppressed. 626 00:26:17,750 --> 00:26:19,578 I spoke to one of the cops on the case 627 00:26:19,621 --> 00:26:21,014 who remembers taking her statement 628 00:26:21,057 --> 00:26:24,017 and turning it over to the D.A. at the time-- Cooley. 629 00:26:24,060 --> 00:26:25,409 And she buried it? 630 00:26:25,453 --> 00:26:27,063 That wasn't the only thing. 631 00:26:27,107 --> 00:26:29,109 There's a key witness statement that's referenced 632 00:26:29,152 --> 00:26:30,371 in one of the files. 633 00:26:30,414 --> 00:26:31,459 And it's missing, too. 634 00:26:31,502 --> 00:26:32,634 Any idea what was in it? 635 00:26:32,678 --> 00:26:34,070 No. 636 00:26:34,114 --> 00:26:35,985 And the detective who filed it retired years ago. 637 00:26:36,029 --> 00:26:37,639 I've e-mailed Pension for a forwarding address, 638 00:26:37,683 --> 00:26:40,163 but that'll take few days. 639 00:26:41,251 --> 00:26:42,513 Give me the name. I'll find them. 640 00:26:43,645 --> 00:26:45,038 [sighs] 641 00:26:45,081 --> 00:26:46,430 Why should I trust you? 642 00:26:46,474 --> 00:26:48,215 Because we're running out of time. 643 00:26:48,258 --> 00:26:49,738 We got him. Let's go! 644 00:26:49,782 --> 00:26:51,958 Name's Gail Montgomery. 645 00:26:52,001 --> 00:26:53,699 But it may be too late. 646 00:26:54,961 --> 00:26:56,310 What's happening, Harry? 647 00:26:56,353 --> 00:26:58,138 It's Dale. They found him. 648 00:26:59,748 --> 00:27:01,141 ♪ 649 00:27:02,359 --> 00:27:04,927 The day you were born-- the moment I laid eyes you-- 650 00:27:04,971 --> 00:27:06,668 I wanted to give you the world. 651 00:27:06,712 --> 00:27:10,193 Then after the arrest, all those appeals, 652 00:27:10,237 --> 00:27:13,022 I did everything I could to get back to you. 653 00:27:13,066 --> 00:27:15,677 But you didn't.And it killed me. 654 00:27:15,721 --> 00:27:18,549 Y-Y-Your visits were what I lived for. 655 00:27:18,593 --> 00:27:21,204 Then your mother said you refused to come. 656 00:27:23,206 --> 00:27:26,035 Do you have any idea what it's like 657 00:27:26,079 --> 00:27:27,515 when your father's a murderer? 658 00:27:27,558 --> 00:27:28,908 How other kids look at you? 659 00:27:28,951 --> 00:27:30,910 I mean, half of them scared of me, 660 00:27:30,953 --> 00:27:32,694 the other half showing how tough they are 661 00:27:32,738 --> 00:27:34,174 by wailing on me. 662 00:27:34,217 --> 00:27:35,566 That's what you gave me. 663 00:27:35,610 --> 00:27:37,046 Blake... 664 00:27:37,090 --> 00:27:39,396 I swear to you I didn't do those robberies, 665 00:27:39,440 --> 00:27:41,007 and I did not kill that woman. 666 00:27:41,050 --> 00:27:42,835 That's not who I am. 667 00:27:42,878 --> 00:27:45,272 And this... this stealing, that's not who you are. 668 00:27:45,315 --> 00:27:46,839 How would you know who I am? 669 00:27:46,882 --> 00:27:48,275 Look, I'm gonna figure this out. 670 00:27:48,318 --> 00:27:49,624 Okay? I'm gonna get to the bottom of it. 671 00:27:49,668 --> 00:27:52,105 All right, nobody believes you, Dad. 672 00:27:52,148 --> 00:27:54,020 Why should I? 673 00:27:54,063 --> 00:27:55,412 [sirens blaring] 674 00:28:01,462 --> 00:28:02,681 Don't move! 675 00:28:02,724 --> 00:28:04,857 What did you do, Blake? 676 00:28:06,467 --> 00:28:08,034 What did you do? 677 00:28:08,077 --> 00:28:10,297 The right thing.OFFICER: Show me your hands! 678 00:28:10,340 --> 00:28:11,820 Like you wanted.Do it now! 679 00:28:11,864 --> 00:28:14,170 Get your hands up! Put 'em up where I can see 'em! 680 00:28:20,046 --> 00:28:21,264 Hey, if you don't believe anything, 681 00:28:21,308 --> 00:28:22,701 you believe this: 682 00:28:22,744 --> 00:28:24,311 I love you. 683 00:28:36,192 --> 00:28:37,367 What is it? 684 00:28:40,588 --> 00:28:41,894 Nothing. 685 00:28:41,937 --> 00:28:43,634 Just thought I saw something. 686 00:28:46,202 --> 00:28:48,248 ♪ 687 00:28:54,776 --> 00:28:56,865 They're gonna arraign Dale tomorrow. 688 00:28:56,909 --> 00:28:58,562 For the prison break and Tommy's murder. 689 00:28:58,606 --> 00:29:00,564 He wants to plead guilty. 690 00:29:00,608 --> 00:29:02,828 But he risked everything. We can't let him. 691 00:29:02,871 --> 00:29:04,351 I mean, we're not done. 692 00:29:04,394 --> 00:29:05,918 He's done. 693 00:29:05,961 --> 00:29:08,007 His own kid turned him in. 694 00:29:08,050 --> 00:29:10,183 He's got nothing left to fight for. 695 00:29:10,226 --> 00:29:12,402 You tried. 696 00:29:13,447 --> 00:29:15,014 We all did. 697 00:29:22,935 --> 00:29:23,979 What was that about? 698 00:29:24,023 --> 00:29:25,720 Dale's throwing in the towel. 699 00:29:25,764 --> 00:29:27,200 And you? 700 00:29:27,243 --> 00:29:28,549 Well, the clock's ticking, 701 00:29:28,592 --> 00:29:30,029 but the buzzer hasn't sounded yet. 702 00:29:30,072 --> 00:29:32,335 Good, 'cause I tracked down the detective 703 00:29:32,379 --> 00:29:34,163 who took the missing witness statement. 704 00:29:34,207 --> 00:29:35,861 The night of the murder, a neighbor saw 705 00:29:35,904 --> 00:29:37,558 a man leaving Carol Walton's house. 706 00:29:37,601 --> 00:29:39,212 Cops matched the neighbor's description 707 00:29:39,255 --> 00:29:40,691 to a colleague of Walton's. 708 00:29:40,735 --> 00:29:41,997 Someone from the hospital? 709 00:29:42,041 --> 00:29:43,564 Yeah, someone from the ER, 710 00:29:43,607 --> 00:29:45,522 but the prosecutor deemed it irrelevant 711 00:29:45,566 --> 00:29:47,176 'cause they already had Dale in custody. 712 00:29:47,220 --> 00:29:49,396 Deemed it irrelevant, 713 00:29:49,439 --> 00:29:51,441 and then made the statement disappear. 714 00:29:51,485 --> 00:29:53,400 Did the detective happen to remember who it was? 715 00:29:53,443 --> 00:29:56,142 No, just that he was an ER surgeon-- 716 00:29:56,185 --> 00:29:58,535 young, brash and a piece of work. 717 00:29:58,579 --> 00:30:01,190 So, I looked up the hospital records, 718 00:30:01,234 --> 00:30:02,496 and there were only three surgeons 719 00:30:02,539 --> 00:30:03,758 working the ER back then. 720 00:30:03,802 --> 00:30:05,716 Two were in their 50s. 721 00:30:05,760 --> 00:30:07,370 And one... 722 00:30:07,414 --> 00:30:10,069 was this guy-- Conner Geraghty. 723 00:30:10,112 --> 00:30:12,811 Oh, we've already met. 724 00:30:13,899 --> 00:30:16,945 I told you, it's a waste of my time. 725 00:30:16,989 --> 00:30:18,642 Give it to the new guy. 726 00:30:20,296 --> 00:30:22,298 ♪ 727 00:30:29,653 --> 00:30:31,568 Yeah, Harry, what'd you find? 728 00:30:31,612 --> 00:30:33,048 Dr. Conner Geraghty. 729 00:30:33,092 --> 00:30:34,920 Guy's squeaky clean until you dig deep enough. 730 00:30:34,963 --> 00:30:36,922 [chuckles] Or you meet the guy. 731 00:30:36,965 --> 00:30:38,445 Yeah, at the time of Carol's murder, 732 00:30:38,488 --> 00:30:40,926 he was the registered owner of three LLCs-- 733 00:30:40,969 --> 00:30:43,276 companies describing themselves as community clinics. 734 00:30:43,319 --> 00:30:45,104 Well, somehow I don't see him 735 00:30:45,147 --> 00:30:47,454 as the "caring about the community" kind. 736 00:30:47,497 --> 00:30:48,934 Yeah, but what if there was money in it? 737 00:30:48,977 --> 00:30:50,805 Carol was looking into opioids flooding the streets. 738 00:30:50,849 --> 00:30:52,241 Ah, so those clinics were 739 00:30:52,285 --> 00:30:53,764 pill mills. 740 00:30:53,808 --> 00:30:55,679 Charging addicts for scripts. 741 00:30:55,723 --> 00:30:56,898 Using multiple shell companies 742 00:30:56,942 --> 00:30:58,117 so none of the pharmacies would trip to it. 743 00:30:58,160 --> 00:31:00,249 Nothing but a drug dealer in a lab coat. 744 00:31:00,293 --> 00:31:02,121 Yeah, and then after the murder, 745 00:31:02,164 --> 00:31:03,862 suddenly he shuts 'em all down, still has enough dough 746 00:31:03,905 --> 00:31:05,254 to pay off a quarter of a million dollars 747 00:31:05,298 --> 00:31:07,387 in student loans, all on a resident's salary? 748 00:31:07,430 --> 00:31:09,476 Carol was gonna expose him. 749 00:31:09,519 --> 00:31:11,695 He would lose his license, face some jail time. 750 00:31:11,739 --> 00:31:12,740 It all fits. 751 00:31:12,783 --> 00:31:13,741 Except for Cooley. 752 00:31:13,784 --> 00:31:15,177 I mean, I don't get it. 753 00:31:15,221 --> 00:31:17,310 Why would she go out of her way to protect him? 754 00:31:20,052 --> 00:31:21,618 I think I just found out why. 755 00:31:21,662 --> 00:31:22,793 [camera clicks] 756 00:31:26,449 --> 00:31:28,625 Hey! What are you doing in my office? 757 00:31:29,713 --> 00:31:30,889 Hey! 758 00:31:30,932 --> 00:31:32,673 Hey! 759 00:31:39,071 --> 00:31:40,855 So, Geraghty and Cooley knew each other. 760 00:31:40,899 --> 00:31:42,770 He's friends with her son. 761 00:31:42,813 --> 00:31:44,424 HARRY: It looks like they graduated... 762 00:31:44,467 --> 00:31:46,165 to murder. 763 00:31:46,208 --> 00:31:47,644 ROBYN: Yeah.Ugh. 764 00:31:47,688 --> 00:31:50,952 So, an ambitious prosecutor suppresses evidence 765 00:31:50,996 --> 00:31:52,736 in a high-profile case 766 00:31:52,780 --> 00:31:54,913 to help her best friend's son 767 00:31:54,956 --> 00:31:56,784 slip a murder rap, 768 00:31:56,827 --> 00:31:59,004 all the while making her own career. 769 00:31:59,047 --> 00:32:01,963 Now, if that ain't the American dream, I don't know what is. 770 00:32:02,007 --> 00:32:04,313 So she spun Dale into the better story. 771 00:32:04,357 --> 00:32:06,968 A working stiff terrorizing a wealthy neighborhood. 772 00:32:07,012 --> 00:32:09,188 Now they need to make sure the story sticks. 773 00:32:09,231 --> 00:32:11,320 Well, fantastic theory. 774 00:32:11,364 --> 00:32:13,235 Uh, high fives all around. 775 00:32:13,279 --> 00:32:14,671 But we can't prove any of it. 776 00:32:14,715 --> 00:32:16,369 Which means we can't save Dale. 777 00:32:16,412 --> 00:32:18,458 Well, I think we can. 778 00:32:18,501 --> 00:32:20,199 With a little inside help. 779 00:32:21,200 --> 00:32:23,028 You can't be serious. 780 00:32:23,071 --> 00:32:24,768 Are you serious? 781 00:32:24,812 --> 00:32:26,031 Do you know what you're asking here? 782 00:32:26,074 --> 00:32:28,337 I'd have to bring in the D.A. 783 00:32:28,381 --> 00:32:29,556 ROBYN: So bring in the D.A. 784 00:32:29,599 --> 00:32:30,774 Tell her what? 785 00:32:30,818 --> 00:32:32,124 To trust the word of a vigilante? 786 00:32:32,167 --> 00:32:33,690 She'd sooner have you arrested. 787 00:32:33,734 --> 00:32:35,736 You seem like a man who wants justice, 788 00:32:35,779 --> 00:32:37,346 real justice. 789 00:32:37,390 --> 00:32:39,174 It's why you didn't go after me today. 790 00:32:39,218 --> 00:32:41,916 Because you know Dale is innocent. 791 00:32:41,960 --> 00:32:46,051 So what are you willing to risk to make this right? 792 00:32:51,273 --> 00:32:54,233 Tell me, Detective, in your wildest dreams, 793 00:32:54,276 --> 00:32:56,017 how did you expect that this would go? 794 00:32:56,061 --> 00:32:57,018 I know how it sounds. 795 00:32:57,062 --> 00:32:58,193 Do you? 796 00:32:58,237 --> 00:32:59,978 Because it sounds like 797 00:33:00,021 --> 00:33:02,154 you want me to take down a state judge on your say-so. 798 00:33:02,197 --> 00:33:04,156 It could blow up in my face. 799 00:33:04,199 --> 00:33:06,158 And even if it didn't, it would look 800 00:33:06,201 --> 00:33:09,074 like I was big-game hunting to help my electoral chances. 801 00:33:09,117 --> 00:33:10,945 I wasn't really thinking about the election. 802 00:33:10,989 --> 00:33:13,034 I was thinking about an innocent man 803 00:33:13,078 --> 00:33:14,427 that deserves to be free. 804 00:33:14,470 --> 00:33:16,168 I was thinking I want to sleep tonight. 805 00:33:16,211 --> 00:33:18,779 And I won't be able to, knowing I didn't do everything I could. 806 00:33:18,822 --> 00:33:20,085 Will you? 807 00:33:20,128 --> 00:33:21,434 You have no proof. 808 00:33:21,477 --> 00:33:23,262 Which is why I need you. 809 00:33:23,305 --> 00:33:24,611 You couldn't have known, 810 00:33:24,654 --> 00:33:25,960 but you do now. 811 00:33:26,004 --> 00:33:28,441 And it's our duty to do something about it. 812 00:33:28,484 --> 00:33:30,617 So what are you willing to risk, 813 00:33:30,660 --> 00:33:32,662 Madam D.A., for what you believe in? 814 00:33:36,014 --> 00:33:39,408 If I do this, I'm going to need to know 815 00:33:39,452 --> 00:33:41,062 where you're getting your information. 816 00:33:54,206 --> 00:33:56,251 I don't think I can do this. 817 00:33:57,209 --> 00:33:58,558 Yes, you can. 818 00:33:58,601 --> 00:34:01,300 Holding Dale's life in my hands again, 819 00:34:01,343 --> 00:34:02,910 after all these years? 820 00:34:02,953 --> 00:34:04,346 Look. 821 00:34:04,390 --> 00:34:06,653 I know the system let you down. 822 00:34:06,696 --> 00:34:08,611 But this is your chance to make it right. 823 00:34:10,526 --> 00:34:12,920 Haven't worn this suit in about five years. 824 00:34:12,963 --> 00:34:14,095 How do I look? 825 00:34:14,139 --> 00:34:16,967 Like one hell of a lawyer. 826 00:34:32,157 --> 00:34:34,159 [phone buzzing] 827 00:34:37,858 --> 00:34:39,120 Dante. 828 00:34:39,164 --> 00:34:41,035 We good?Not sure. 829 00:34:41,079 --> 00:34:42,254 Grafton said she was in. 830 00:34:42,297 --> 00:34:43,255 But I've been calling all morning, 831 00:34:43,298 --> 00:34:44,430 and I haven't heard back. 832 00:34:44,473 --> 00:34:45,953 This doesn't work without her. 833 00:34:45,996 --> 00:34:46,997 I did what I could, 834 00:34:47,041 --> 00:34:48,608 but we may be on our own. 835 00:34:48,651 --> 00:34:50,131 Well, if that's true, 836 00:34:50,175 --> 00:34:52,655 I just sent Dale's lawyer into a slaughter. 837 00:34:52,699 --> 00:34:53,874 People v. Dale Aldridge. 838 00:34:53,917 --> 00:34:55,571 I see counsel are here 839 00:34:55,615 --> 00:34:57,095 and have entered it into the record. 840 00:34:57,138 --> 00:34:59,880 Dale Aldridge faces one count 841 00:34:59,923 --> 00:35:02,187 of escape in the first degree, one count of murder... 842 00:35:02,230 --> 00:35:04,102 NIC: Uh, Your Honor? 843 00:35:04,145 --> 00:35:06,016 I have a motion. 844 00:35:06,060 --> 00:35:08,018 Mr. Palermo, this is an arraignment. 845 00:35:08,062 --> 00:35:09,890 I'll set a motions date. 846 00:35:09,933 --> 00:35:13,937 I'm moving for your immediate recusal, Your Honor. 847 00:35:13,981 --> 00:35:15,852 On what grounds? 848 00:35:15,896 --> 00:35:17,158 Bias. 849 00:35:17,202 --> 00:35:18,551 You were the prosecutor 850 00:35:18,594 --> 00:35:21,206 when my, um, client was initially convicted. 851 00:35:21,249 --> 00:35:23,208 Motion denied. 852 00:35:23,251 --> 00:35:24,905 I also have... 853 00:35:27,951 --> 00:35:30,084 I have information 854 00:35:30,128 --> 00:35:31,564 that suggests 855 00:35:31,607 --> 00:35:33,261 you failed to disclose 856 00:35:33,305 --> 00:35:34,871 exculpatory evidence 857 00:35:34,915 --> 00:35:36,612 to the defense 858 00:35:36,656 --> 00:35:38,048 during the murder trial of my client. 859 00:35:38,092 --> 00:35:39,137 Is this true?COOLEY: Denied. 860 00:35:39,180 --> 00:35:41,095 Sit down, Mr. Palermo. 861 00:35:41,139 --> 00:35:42,227 Which is a Brady violation. 862 00:35:42,270 --> 00:35:44,620 Prima facie evidence 863 00:35:44,664 --> 00:35:45,752 of prosecutorial misconduct. 864 00:35:45,795 --> 00:35:46,927 I also have evidence that... 865 00:35:46,970 --> 00:35:48,929 I'm not going to tell you again. 866 00:35:48,972 --> 00:35:50,844 Well, then I'll tell you. 867 00:35:52,585 --> 00:35:54,195 You must recuse yourself because you are involved 868 00:35:54,239 --> 00:35:56,763 in an ongoing criminal conspiracy. 869 00:35:56,806 --> 00:36:00,158 You actively engaged in a cover-up for the real killer 870 00:36:00,201 --> 00:36:01,463 in the case against my client. 871 00:36:01,507 --> 00:36:02,986 Bailiff! 872 00:36:03,030 --> 00:36:05,380 Clear the courtroom, now. 873 00:36:05,424 --> 00:36:07,643 Approach the bench, Mr. Palermo. 874 00:36:11,430 --> 00:36:13,214 How dare you come into my courtroom 875 00:36:13,258 --> 00:36:16,130 and level such outrageous accusations? 876 00:36:16,174 --> 00:36:17,523 I'm citing you for contempt 877 00:36:17,566 --> 00:36:19,220 and moving for your disbarment. 878 00:36:19,264 --> 00:36:21,831 I think that would be unwise. 879 00:36:24,138 --> 00:36:26,575 Detective Dante, you should stay. 880 00:36:28,055 --> 00:36:29,709 D.A. Grafton? 881 00:36:29,752 --> 00:36:32,146 What are you...Thanks to Mr. Palermo's efforts, 882 00:36:32,190 --> 00:36:33,713 new facts have come to light. 883 00:36:33,756 --> 00:36:36,759 Like a witness statement that you failed to disclose, 884 00:36:36,803 --> 00:36:38,544 placing an acquaintance of yours, 885 00:36:38,587 --> 00:36:40,198 Dr. Conner Geraghty, 886 00:36:40,241 --> 00:36:42,330 at the victim's house just prior to her murder. 887 00:36:42,374 --> 00:36:43,940 There is no such statement. 888 00:36:43,984 --> 00:36:45,812 That's because you destroyed it. 889 00:36:45,855 --> 00:36:47,466 Along with a statement from the victim's friend 890 00:36:47,509 --> 00:36:49,424 that went to motive 891 00:36:49,468 --> 00:36:51,339 and would've helped the defense. 892 00:36:51,383 --> 00:36:53,733 You're citing documents that don't exist. 893 00:36:53,776 --> 00:36:56,562 The documents may no longer exist, but the witnesses do. 894 00:36:56,605 --> 00:36:59,521 Which is why, when you learned that Aldridge had escaped 895 00:36:59,565 --> 00:37:02,220 and was working with Tommy Venti to find the real killer, 896 00:37:02,263 --> 00:37:03,873 you dismissed charges 897 00:37:03,917 --> 00:37:05,310 against a street thug named Trent Sawyer 898 00:37:05,353 --> 00:37:07,268 and sent him to kill Tommy and the defendant. 899 00:37:07,312 --> 00:37:09,749 No. No, I... 900 00:37:09,792 --> 00:37:11,403 We just took Sawyer into custody. 901 00:37:11,446 --> 00:37:12,795 It's why I was running late. 902 00:37:14,536 --> 00:37:17,322 So what story 903 00:37:17,365 --> 00:37:19,062 do you think he's gonna tell? 904 00:37:20,499 --> 00:37:22,501 Now, the way I see it, you have two options. 905 00:37:22,544 --> 00:37:25,243 Face the media circus of a trial, 906 00:37:25,286 --> 00:37:27,897 or flip on Geraghty 907 00:37:27,941 --> 00:37:29,856 in exchange for a reduced sentence 908 00:37:29,899 --> 00:37:31,292 and we do this quietly. 909 00:37:31,336 --> 00:37:33,294 After all, 910 00:37:33,338 --> 00:37:35,644 you have a family to protect. 911 00:37:40,432 --> 00:37:44,479 I... I didn't know Geraghty was involved. 912 00:37:44,523 --> 00:37:47,047 Not at first. 913 00:37:47,090 --> 00:37:49,528 When I put it together, he threatened me. 914 00:37:49,571 --> 00:37:51,225 Threatened you how? 915 00:37:51,269 --> 00:37:53,706 One night at dinner with my son, 916 00:37:53,749 --> 00:37:55,708 Geraghty heard me talking about the string of burglaries. 917 00:37:55,751 --> 00:37:57,623 How we couldn't find the guy. 918 00:37:57,666 --> 00:37:59,799 He was fascinated. 919 00:37:59,842 --> 00:38:01,366 Kept asking questions. 920 00:38:01,409 --> 00:38:03,237 And you divulged privileged facts 921 00:38:03,281 --> 00:38:04,760 only the real burglar would know. 922 00:38:04,804 --> 00:38:06,414 Facts he used to stage the crime scene. 923 00:38:06,458 --> 00:38:08,764 He threatened to implicate me. 924 00:38:08,808 --> 00:38:10,244 And when Aldridge escaped, 925 00:38:10,288 --> 00:38:11,854 Geraghty called me again. 926 00:38:12,333 --> 00:38:14,466 Sawyer was just supposed to... 927 00:38:14,509 --> 00:38:16,381 talk to Venti. 928 00:38:16,424 --> 00:38:18,992 I never imagined he would kill him. 929 00:38:19,035 --> 00:38:21,211 I never wanted that.How could you? 930 00:38:21,255 --> 00:38:22,822 This is my life. 931 00:38:22,865 --> 00:38:24,345 GRAFTON: No, you wanted 932 00:38:24,389 --> 00:38:28,088 a prestigious career, and you knowingly sacrificed 933 00:38:28,131 --> 00:38:29,350 an innocent man for it. 934 00:38:29,394 --> 00:38:30,351 Bailiff, 935 00:38:30,395 --> 00:38:32,527 take the judge into custody. 936 00:38:35,400 --> 00:38:37,445 [indistinct whispering] 937 00:38:42,755 --> 00:38:45,061 My handwriting is fine. Get some freaking glasses. 938 00:38:45,105 --> 00:38:47,063 DANTE: Dr. Geraghty? 939 00:38:47,107 --> 00:38:48,500 You're under arrest for the murders 940 00:38:48,543 --> 00:38:50,502 of Carol Walton and Thomas Venti. 941 00:38:50,545 --> 00:38:52,373 You have the right to remain silent. 942 00:38:52,417 --> 00:38:54,506 Anything you say can and will be used against you 943 00:38:54,549 --> 00:38:56,508 in a court of law. 944 00:38:56,551 --> 00:38:58,031 Justice may be delayed or deferred, 945 00:38:58,074 --> 00:38:59,511 but we must never give up hope. 946 00:38:59,554 --> 00:39:01,164 My client didn't. 947 00:39:01,208 --> 00:39:03,515 And today, he walks free, 948 00:39:03,558 --> 00:39:06,561 an innocent man, having been given a full pardon. 949 00:39:06,605 --> 00:39:08,563 [reporters clamoring] 950 00:39:08,607 --> 00:39:10,348 NIC: All right, thank you, everybody. 951 00:39:10,391 --> 00:39:11,479 Thank you very much. 952 00:39:11,523 --> 00:39:13,525 Congratulations, Detective. 953 00:39:13,568 --> 00:39:15,178 Had my doubts about you. 954 00:39:15,222 --> 00:39:18,878 If I start pulling punches because the target's too big, 955 00:39:18,921 --> 00:39:20,401 I'm in the wrong line of work. 956 00:39:20,445 --> 00:39:21,837 I still wonder, though, 957 00:39:21,881 --> 00:39:23,926 how you managed to unravel 958 00:39:23,970 --> 00:39:26,625 a decade-old conspiracy single-handedly. 959 00:39:26,668 --> 00:39:28,583 Like I said, 960 00:39:28,627 --> 00:39:30,672 good old-fashioned police work. 961 00:39:32,108 --> 00:39:33,980 And a good lawyer. 962 00:39:35,329 --> 00:39:36,765 That must be it. 963 00:39:44,251 --> 00:39:45,513 [door opens] 964 00:39:51,780 --> 00:39:53,521 [sobbing] 965 00:39:56,959 --> 00:39:58,613 [Leslie sobs softly] 966 00:40:01,311 --> 00:40:02,487 Blake? 967 00:40:03,705 --> 00:40:05,403 I... 968 00:40:05,446 --> 00:40:08,057 ♪ 969 00:40:08,101 --> 00:40:11,409 Why would he want to see me, after what I did? 970 00:40:11,452 --> 00:40:13,323 He broke out of prison for you. 971 00:40:13,367 --> 00:40:15,238 He'll never stop believing in you. 972 00:40:17,240 --> 00:40:19,939 Maybe it's time you believe in him. 973 00:40:23,899 --> 00:40:25,945 ♪ 974 00:40:51,840 --> 00:40:53,842 ♪ 975 00:41:00,545 --> 00:41:03,156 [knocks] 976 00:41:03,199 --> 00:41:05,724 I called Angela. I told her movie night is off. 977 00:41:09,945 --> 00:41:12,034 I overstepped. 978 00:41:12,078 --> 00:41:13,688 And I'm sorry. 979 00:41:13,732 --> 00:41:16,169 You know, I just... I miss us hanging out. 980 00:41:16,212 --> 00:41:19,346 You know, you and Jazzy, and all your crazy dance moves. 981 00:41:19,389 --> 00:41:21,696 Hey, I miss her, too. 982 00:41:21,740 --> 00:41:23,655 Not her now, but us then. 983 00:41:23,698 --> 00:41:25,526 I think we just held onto our friendship 984 00:41:25,570 --> 00:41:27,528 longer than we should have. 985 00:41:27,572 --> 00:41:29,530 Well, you never know. 986 00:41:30,705 --> 00:41:32,620 Hey, why don't we do movie night tonight? 987 00:41:32,664 --> 00:41:33,708 Yeah? 988 00:41:33,752 --> 00:41:34,796 Just us. 989 00:41:34,840 --> 00:41:36,494 Popcorn and M&M's? 990 00:41:36,537 --> 00:41:37,669 Girl, you already know. 991 00:41:37,712 --> 00:41:39,105 [laughs] I'm in. 992 00:41:39,148 --> 00:41:41,020 But I have an essay to finish, so give me an hour? 993 00:41:41,063 --> 00:41:42,238 Perfect. 994 00:41:42,282 --> 00:41:44,023 'Cause I got one more errand to run. 995 00:41:45,851 --> 00:41:47,417 I love you, baby.I love you. 996 00:41:49,376 --> 00:41:51,030 Give me an A! 997 00:41:51,073 --> 00:41:52,553 Trust me, I got it. 998 00:41:52,597 --> 00:41:54,250 [laughs] 999 00:42:01,127 --> 00:42:03,608 You're a good man, Detective Dante. 1000 00:42:07,829 --> 00:42:09,614 Opinions vary. 1001 00:42:11,093 --> 00:42:12,530 Tell me, what's more fun? 1002 00:42:12,573 --> 00:42:15,141 Working with me or chasing after me? 1003 00:42:15,184 --> 00:42:16,708 We're working together now? 1004 00:42:16,751 --> 00:42:18,971 Well, we did just set an innocent man free. 1005 00:42:19,014 --> 00:42:21,277 Doesn't mean I approve of your methods. 1006 00:42:21,321 --> 00:42:22,583 How many laws did you break 1007 00:42:22,627 --> 00:42:23,932 to get the information you needed? 1008 00:42:23,976 --> 00:42:26,282 About as many as y'all did putting him away. 1009 00:42:27,980 --> 00:42:29,895 This equalizing you're doing... 1010 00:42:29,938 --> 00:42:31,549 if you don't stop, 1011 00:42:31,592 --> 00:42:33,855 I have to come after you. 1012 00:42:36,292 --> 00:42:38,294 I'd be disappointed if you didn't. 1013 00:42:41,559 --> 00:42:43,125 Night, Detective. 1014 00:42:45,780 --> 00:42:47,565 Catch you later. 1015 00:42:47,608 --> 00:42:51,264 Captioning sponsored by CBS 1016 00:42:51,307 --> 00:42:53,092 Captioned by Media Access Group at WGBH access.wgbh.org 72654

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