All language subtitles for Manipulated.2019.WEBRip.x264-ION10

af Afrikaans
sq Albanian
am Amharic
ar Arabic
hy Armenian
az Azerbaijani
eu Basque
be Belarusian
bn Bengali
bs Bosnian
bg Bulgarian
ca Catalan
ceb Cebuano
ny Chichewa
zh-CN Chinese (Simplified)
zh-TW Chinese (Traditional)
co Corsican
hr Croatian
cs Czech
da Danish
nl Dutch
en English
eo Esperanto
et Estonian
tl Filipino
fi Finnish
fr French Download
fy Frisian
gl Galician
ka Georgian
de German
el Greek Download
gu Gujarati
ht Haitian Creole
ha Hausa
haw Hawaiian
iw Hebrew
hi Hindi
hmn Hmong
hu Hungarian
is Icelandic
ig Igbo
id Indonesian
ga Irish
it Italian
ja Japanese
jw Javanese
kn Kannada
kk Kazakh
km Khmer
ko Korean
ku Kurdish (Kurmanji)
ky Kyrgyz
lo Lao
la Latin
lv Latvian
lt Lithuanian
lb Luxembourgish
mk Macedonian
mg Malagasy
ms Malay Download
ml Malayalam
mt Maltese
mi Maori
mr Marathi
mn Mongolian
my Myanmar (Burmese)
ne Nepali
no Norwegian
ps Pashto
fa Persian
pl Polish
pt Portuguese Download
pa Punjabi
ro Romanian
ru Russian
sm Samoan
gd Scots Gaelic
sr Serbian
st Sesotho
sn Shona
sd Sindhi
si Sinhala
sk Slovak
sl Slovenian
so Somali
es Spanish Download
su Sundanese
sw Swahili
sv Swedish
tg Tajik
ta Tamil
te Telugu
th Thai
tr Turkish
uk Ukrainian
ur Urdu
uz Uzbek
vi Vietnamese
cy Welsh
xh Xhosa
yi Yiddish
yo Yoruba
zu Zulu
or Odia (Oriya)
rw Kinyarwanda
tk Turkmen
tt Tatar
ug Uyghur
Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:15,807 --> 00:00:18,852 (mellow piano music) 2 00:00:32,991 --> 00:00:35,744 (thunder storms) 3 00:01:46,106 --> 00:01:47,440 - Detective Keating. 4 00:01:47,440 --> 00:01:49,359 You know me, we've been here before. 5 00:01:49,359 --> 00:01:51,820 I did not murder this woman. 6 00:01:51,820 --> 00:01:54,781 And after 14 hours of grilling me on Christmas Eve, 7 00:01:54,781 --> 00:01:56,533 what more could you possibly learn? 8 00:01:57,367 --> 00:01:59,077 - And you think blowing smoke up my ass for another 14 hours 9 00:01:59,077 --> 00:02:01,079 is gonna get me off my game? 10 00:02:01,079 --> 00:02:04,290 - One must have a game before one can be thrown off. 11 00:02:06,960 --> 00:02:08,545 - I know you killed Mrs. Egosia. 12 00:02:09,462 --> 00:02:12,173 - I didn't. - Tell me where the body is 13 00:02:12,173 --> 00:02:14,175 and I might be able to get you second degree. 14 00:02:14,175 --> 00:02:16,678 - Exactly why would I entertain that scenario 15 00:02:16,678 --> 00:02:19,430 even if I was guilty, which of course I'm not? 16 00:02:19,430 --> 00:02:22,392 Every single one of you has come at me. 17 00:02:22,392 --> 00:02:24,477 Duke, Diane, now you. 18 00:02:25,895 --> 00:02:27,355 And what has come of that? 19 00:02:27,355 --> 00:02:28,898 Nothing, zero, zippo. 20 00:02:29,774 --> 00:02:34,779 - Ashley Smith, Tara Webb, Susan Fedyk 21 00:02:35,947 --> 00:02:39,742 Carrie Fox and now Mary Egosia. 22 00:02:41,411 --> 00:02:43,913 The only thing they all had in common was you. 23 00:02:45,498 --> 00:02:50,503 All had flat tires, all serviced by you. 24 00:02:54,007 --> 00:02:55,925 You're not fooling anyone. 25 00:02:55,925 --> 00:02:57,343 We know you killed them all. 26 00:02:59,512 --> 00:03:01,347 But why don't you do yourself a favor? 27 00:03:01,347 --> 00:03:04,392 Admit it so we can all get out of here. 28 00:03:09,564 --> 00:03:10,398 - You are good. 29 00:03:10,398 --> 00:03:12,734 You almost had me believing I murdered those women. 30 00:03:15,153 --> 00:03:18,531 - So we're just gonna keep sitting here. 31 00:03:18,531 --> 00:03:19,908 - Sure. 32 00:03:19,908 --> 00:03:21,409 I got no place to be. 33 00:03:21,409 --> 00:03:23,661 - Well then why don't you ask for a lawyer, 34 00:03:23,661 --> 00:03:24,662 so I can get out of here? 35 00:03:24,662 --> 00:03:25,788 I got presents to wrap. 36 00:03:27,540 --> 00:03:29,334 - I'm enjoying myself. 37 00:03:29,334 --> 00:03:30,668 I'm sorry you're not. 38 00:03:32,503 --> 00:03:34,881 Besides, second degree is for losers. 39 00:03:39,761 --> 00:03:40,637 - I want a coffee. 40 00:03:41,596 --> 00:03:42,430 You want one? 41 00:03:46,142 --> 00:03:46,976 - Sure. 42 00:03:51,689 --> 00:03:52,607 - What do you want? 43 00:03:52,607 --> 00:03:53,566 - I need your help. 44 00:03:53,566 --> 00:03:55,235 - Sure if it gets me off his desk for a little bit, 45 00:03:55,235 --> 00:03:56,110 what you need? 46 00:04:03,743 --> 00:04:04,786 - Sorry about the coffee, 47 00:04:04,786 --> 00:04:06,871 but you're not gonna be here long enough to drink it. 48 00:04:08,539 --> 00:04:11,292 You know what, you're good. 49 00:04:11,292 --> 00:04:14,337 It turns out that you didn't kill those women. 50 00:04:14,337 --> 00:04:15,713 - Damn right, I didn't. 51 00:04:17,006 --> 00:04:19,300 - We have the real killer in custody downstairs. 52 00:04:20,343 --> 00:04:21,261 You're a free man. 53 00:04:24,681 --> 00:04:25,932 Is this it? - That's it. 54 00:04:25,932 --> 00:04:27,517 Signed, sealed and delivered. 55 00:04:27,517 --> 00:04:28,434 If you need anything else, I'll be downstairs. 56 00:04:28,434 --> 00:04:30,186 Detective, Chief and I will be holding a press conference. 57 00:04:30,186 --> 00:04:31,562 - Okay? - What's his name? 58 00:04:32,563 --> 00:04:34,899 - Congratulations, you are free to go. 59 00:04:34,899 --> 00:04:36,859 - You tell me his goddamn name now. 60 00:04:40,029 --> 00:04:43,449 - His name is Derek Hall 61 00:04:44,325 --> 00:04:47,161 and he worked at the same road service company that you did. 62 00:04:47,161 --> 00:04:49,080 - That is such bullshit. 63 00:04:49,080 --> 00:04:50,081 - Not sure what you mean, 64 00:04:50,081 --> 00:04:52,709 but you are free to go back to your life of obscurity 65 00:04:52,709 --> 00:04:53,918 and in about 20 minutes, 66 00:04:53,918 --> 00:04:57,338 Derek Hall's name will be world famous. 67 00:04:57,338 --> 00:04:59,632 - No, no, no, no. 68 00:04:59,632 --> 00:05:01,134 That should be my name. 69 00:05:02,093 --> 00:05:04,846 Whoever you've got down there is a goddamn liar 70 00:05:04,846 --> 00:05:09,058 and if anybody's gonna be famous, it's me. 71 00:05:09,058 --> 00:05:12,645 He didn't kill anybody, I did. 72 00:05:12,645 --> 00:05:15,773 - And after 18 hours, why am I supposed to believe you? 73 00:05:15,773 --> 00:05:18,609 - Well, because if you went to my mountain cabin, 74 00:05:18,609 --> 00:05:20,445 you didn't know about that, did you? 75 00:05:20,445 --> 00:05:22,405 And checked in the basement, 76 00:05:22,405 --> 00:05:25,241 you would find every single one of the bodies 77 00:05:25,241 --> 00:05:27,744 buried under the floor, you dumbass. 78 00:05:27,744 --> 00:05:30,204 - The mountain cabin outside Idlewild. 79 00:05:31,539 --> 00:05:34,125 - Yeah, we never had enough evidence 80 00:05:34,125 --> 00:05:35,251 to get a search warrant. 81 00:05:35,251 --> 00:05:37,920 But now, now I think we do. 82 00:05:41,507 --> 00:05:43,885 - We got him. - Yeah. 83 00:05:45,136 --> 00:05:46,179 Damn right we did. 84 00:05:58,232 --> 00:06:01,319 - Detective, you have a call holding on line four. 85 00:06:01,319 --> 00:06:02,153 - Thanks. 86 00:06:10,119 --> 00:06:12,705 (mellow music) 87 00:06:24,509 --> 00:06:27,261 (sirens wailing) 88 00:06:40,608 --> 00:06:42,568 - [Operator] All available units in the area 89 00:06:42,568 --> 00:06:45,905 proceed to 122 Ryder Court. 90 00:06:45,905 --> 00:06:47,615 Neighbor has discovered a dead body 91 00:06:47,615 --> 00:06:49,075 outside the back of the house. 92 00:06:49,075 --> 00:06:51,744 Detectives and ambulance already in route. 93 00:06:53,413 --> 00:06:54,747 - Unit 42, code 3 on route. 94 00:06:56,958 --> 00:06:58,626 - I was just out recently on a domestic, 95 00:06:58,626 --> 00:07:00,211 unit 71 code three in route. 96 00:07:02,463 --> 00:07:06,008 (camera shutters clicking) 97 00:07:13,641 --> 00:07:14,517 - [Woman] I could kill you. 98 00:07:14,517 --> 00:07:17,478 - Do it then. - Liar. 99 00:07:17,478 --> 00:07:18,938 - [John] I'm obviously not getting laid tonight 100 00:07:18,938 --> 00:07:21,524 so could all of you please just leave. 101 00:07:21,524 --> 00:07:22,859 - [Woman] Don't you want to claw his eyes out? 102 00:07:22,859 --> 00:07:24,026 - No. No! 103 00:07:24,026 --> 00:07:26,446 - [Woman] He's cheated on all of us. 104 00:07:26,446 --> 00:07:28,156 - [John] Enough, just get out, all of you. 105 00:07:28,156 --> 00:07:29,115 - [Woman] And what if we don't? 106 00:07:29,115 --> 00:07:30,408 - Then I'll kill you. 107 00:07:30,408 --> 00:07:32,201 - [Operator] 911. 108 00:07:32,201 --> 00:07:34,495 - I would like to report a domestic disturbance. 109 00:07:40,918 --> 00:07:42,378 - This is not good, Diane. 110 00:07:42,378 --> 00:07:43,629 Have you seen the latest polls? 111 00:07:43,629 --> 00:07:45,256 Antonette is within three points. 112 00:07:45,256 --> 00:07:46,382 - Yes, I saw them 113 00:07:46,382 --> 00:07:47,842 and trust me when I tell you, 114 00:07:47,842 --> 00:07:49,886 we have our best detectives on it. 115 00:07:49,886 --> 00:07:51,387 - Not to mention that the victim's mother 116 00:07:51,387 --> 00:07:54,140 is all over the news, screaming for justice. 117 00:07:54,140 --> 00:07:55,558 - Everyday that goes by, 118 00:07:55,558 --> 00:07:57,226 means less and less of a chance 119 00:07:57,226 --> 00:08:00,104 they'll find those monsters that killed my son. 120 00:08:00,104 --> 00:08:02,148 John was such a good boy. 121 00:08:03,232 --> 00:08:05,526 This never should have happened. 122 00:08:05,526 --> 00:08:07,945 I'm just praying for justice. 123 00:08:09,030 --> 00:08:10,072 - Yes, I'm aware. 124 00:08:10,072 --> 00:08:13,743 - So what are we doing about it? 125 00:08:13,743 --> 00:08:15,870 - I said, I'm working on it. 126 00:08:15,870 --> 00:08:18,539 - So what are we doing about it? 127 00:08:18,539 --> 00:08:20,458 John Davis was murdered. 128 00:08:21,542 --> 00:08:23,836 There are a lot of donors in Grenier Park, Diane. 129 00:08:23,836 --> 00:08:25,004 Do I need to elaborate? 130 00:08:25,838 --> 00:08:28,257 It's time for you to go and gets Scott Keating. 131 00:08:29,425 --> 00:08:30,259 - It's not possible. 132 00:08:30,259 --> 00:08:31,886 - Don't tell me it's not possible. 133 00:08:31,886 --> 00:08:35,348 Scott got a serial killer to confess after only 18 hours, 134 00:08:35,348 --> 00:08:37,558 something you guys weren't able to do for years. 135 00:08:37,558 --> 00:08:39,852 - Do I need to remind you that Detective Keating 136 00:08:39,852 --> 00:08:41,103 has not been back to work 137 00:08:41,103 --> 00:08:43,314 since the night he broke Clifford Daisley. 138 00:08:46,025 --> 00:08:46,859 - How's he doing? 139 00:08:48,069 --> 00:08:49,195 - To be honest, I'm not sure. 140 00:08:49,195 --> 00:08:51,405 - Well, maybe it's time we found out. 141 00:08:51,405 --> 00:08:53,407 If you ask me, Diane it's been too long. 142 00:08:54,283 --> 00:08:56,160 Keating isn't depressed anymore. 143 00:08:56,160 --> 00:08:59,121 He's just, I don't know, in a funk. 144 00:08:59,121 --> 00:08:59,956 (laughing) 145 00:08:59,956 --> 00:09:00,790 - You're a doctor now. 146 00:09:00,790 --> 00:09:01,791 - A talent like his 147 00:09:01,791 --> 00:09:04,043 has been on the sideline long enough. 148 00:09:05,419 --> 00:09:08,297 - Duke Brown is here. - Send him in. 149 00:09:10,424 --> 00:09:12,468 - This is first degree murder, Diane. 150 00:09:12,468 --> 00:09:14,220 It's not a traffic violation. 151 00:09:15,513 --> 00:09:16,806 Want to shake up the tree? 152 00:09:18,099 --> 00:09:19,976 Get Scott Keating. 153 00:09:19,976 --> 00:09:22,645 Now if you'll excuse me, I have a luncheon to attend. 154 00:09:24,063 --> 00:09:24,897 - Of course. 155 00:09:25,940 --> 00:09:27,650 - Detective. - Mr. Mayor 156 00:09:33,406 --> 00:09:34,240 - Have a seat. 157 00:09:36,659 --> 00:09:38,160 - Guess the Mayor's not in a good mood. 158 00:09:38,160 --> 00:09:39,537 - Is he ever? 159 00:09:40,705 --> 00:09:42,331 - I think the night he won his election 160 00:09:42,331 --> 00:09:44,000 is the last time I saw him happy. 161 00:09:44,959 --> 00:09:45,960 - I got to tell you, dude, 162 00:09:45,960 --> 00:09:49,297 nothing frustrates me more than cases like this. 163 00:09:49,297 --> 00:09:50,590 - Frustrates you, huh? 164 00:09:50,590 --> 00:09:52,091 - It's been a week since the questioning. 165 00:09:52,091 --> 00:09:53,217 Is there anything new? 166 00:09:54,385 --> 00:09:55,386 - Unfortunately, no. 167 00:09:55,386 --> 00:09:56,846 - Well then unfortunately, 168 00:09:56,846 --> 00:09:58,889 politics is getting in the way. 169 00:10:01,726 --> 00:10:03,769 Mayor wants me to bring in Scott Keating. 170 00:10:05,980 --> 00:10:06,897 - That's a mistake. 171 00:10:06,897 --> 00:10:11,110 - Maybe, but it's my call and I'm doing it. 172 00:10:11,110 --> 00:10:12,903 - And who knows if he even wants to come back? 173 00:10:12,903 --> 00:10:15,948 - True but he is the best interrogator 174 00:10:15,948 --> 00:10:17,283 that this office has ever had 175 00:10:17,283 --> 00:10:19,785 and this might be the case to bring him back. 176 00:10:19,785 --> 00:10:21,329 - Really? - Yes. 177 00:10:22,872 --> 00:10:23,706 - Maybe so. 178 00:10:23,706 --> 00:10:27,001 - Look, if you don't want to be a part of this, 179 00:10:27,001 --> 00:10:28,669 there's the door. 180 00:10:28,669 --> 00:10:31,631 My back is up against it, my friend. 181 00:10:31,631 --> 00:10:34,091 So either you're with me or you're not. 182 00:10:36,010 --> 00:10:36,844 - Come on, Diane. 183 00:10:36,844 --> 00:10:37,678 You don't have to go there. 184 00:10:37,678 --> 00:10:38,846 You know, I'm always with you. 185 00:10:38,846 --> 00:10:41,098 - Good, then get me the files 186 00:10:41,098 --> 00:10:42,642 on all three by the end of the day, 187 00:10:42,642 --> 00:10:45,186 because I have a house call to make in the morning. 188 00:10:55,196 --> 00:10:57,782 (mellow music) 189 00:11:04,288 --> 00:11:05,581 - Not answering the door? 190 00:11:07,917 --> 00:11:09,418 Not picking up your cell? 191 00:11:09,418 --> 00:11:11,253 - It's been on silent. 192 00:11:12,421 --> 00:11:14,340 - How you been? 193 00:11:14,340 --> 00:11:15,966 It's been awhile. 194 00:11:15,966 --> 00:11:17,176 - What can I do for you, Diane? 195 00:11:18,427 --> 00:11:20,221 - Been watching the news at all? 196 00:11:21,305 --> 00:11:23,224 - No cable, no internet. 197 00:11:25,017 --> 00:11:27,895 - Three women are suspects in a murder, 198 00:11:27,895 --> 00:11:30,648 victim found in the home stabbed 17 times. 199 00:11:31,982 --> 00:11:32,817 - Why the three? 200 00:11:34,485 --> 00:11:37,697 - They found out they were all dating him at the same time. 201 00:11:38,739 --> 00:11:41,033 Idiot drunk texted them for sex 202 00:11:41,033 --> 00:11:43,661 and when they showed up, because all hell broke loose, 203 00:11:43,661 --> 00:11:44,954 cops were called. 204 00:11:45,830 --> 00:11:47,748 Two weeks later, guy ends up dead. 205 00:11:49,166 --> 00:11:51,043 - Think one of them did it? 206 00:11:51,919 --> 00:11:53,713 - Right now, that's all that makes sense. 207 00:11:55,339 --> 00:11:56,966 - What do you want from me, Diane? 208 00:12:00,886 --> 00:12:03,931 - The mayor's asking you to help us on this. 209 00:12:03,931 --> 00:12:05,266 I'm asking you to. 210 00:12:07,435 --> 00:12:09,645 And in this file is everything you need to know 211 00:12:09,645 --> 00:12:10,730 to bring you up to speed. 212 00:12:13,232 --> 00:12:14,775 - I see why the three would be mad as hell, 213 00:12:14,775 --> 00:12:19,321 but murder just for cheating, it's kind of thin. 214 00:12:19,321 --> 00:12:20,656 - Duke Brown's convinced. 215 00:12:22,700 --> 00:12:24,326 - You got Duke Brown on the case? 216 00:12:25,786 --> 00:12:27,997 Yeah, he's a good detective. 217 00:12:27,997 --> 00:12:30,916 How long did he interrogate them before you released them? 218 00:12:31,959 --> 00:12:33,210 - How do you know we let them go? 219 00:12:33,210 --> 00:12:34,336 - Come on, Diane. 220 00:12:34,336 --> 00:12:36,922 You wouldn't be here if they were still in custody. 221 00:12:36,922 --> 00:12:38,966 - Nine and a half hours. 222 00:12:38,966 --> 00:12:40,009 We saw that they'd had enough 223 00:12:40,009 --> 00:12:43,888 so we turned them loose before they lawyered up. 224 00:12:44,972 --> 00:12:45,806 - Evidence? 225 00:12:46,891 --> 00:12:48,225 - Crime scene was pretty clean 226 00:12:48,225 --> 00:12:51,979 besides blood and a ball of tape. 227 00:12:51,979 --> 00:12:56,692 - Yeah, well jealousy and anger can be a deadly combination. 228 00:12:56,692 --> 00:12:58,986 - You got that right. - Yeah. 229 00:12:58,986 --> 00:13:01,030 Victim have a name? - Yes. 230 00:13:04,074 --> 00:13:05,117 John Davis. 231 00:13:16,003 --> 00:13:18,631 - It's been 540 days since Molly and Jessica left me. 232 00:13:19,799 --> 00:13:22,092 Molly kept complaining that I worked too hard. 233 00:13:23,385 --> 00:13:24,220 I can't help but thinking 234 00:13:24,220 --> 00:13:25,846 that if I was home on that Christmas Eve, 235 00:13:25,846 --> 00:13:28,808 instead of interrogating, Clifford Daisley for 18 hours, 236 00:13:29,934 --> 00:13:31,268 things might've been different. 237 00:13:33,145 --> 00:13:37,066 But we got a serial killer off the street, 238 00:13:37,066 --> 00:13:39,235 so that's something. 239 00:13:44,406 --> 00:13:46,242 - Yeah. 240 00:13:46,242 --> 00:13:51,247 Just so you know, Scott, it's more than just something. 241 00:13:53,833 --> 00:13:55,042 It's way more than that. 242 00:13:58,462 --> 00:14:02,508 - Well, just leave the file on your way out. 243 00:14:02,508 --> 00:14:03,509 I'll take a look. 244 00:14:09,515 --> 00:14:11,976 - Listen, if I didn't say so earlier, 245 00:14:11,976 --> 00:14:14,228 it's good to see you again. 246 00:15:24,590 --> 00:15:25,883 - Good morning, Alice. - Good morning. 247 00:15:25,883 --> 00:15:27,134 - Messages? - Yes. 248 00:15:27,134 --> 00:15:29,136 The banners and posters are ready to be picked up 249 00:15:29,136 --> 00:15:30,971 at ABC Imaging. - Oh, excellent. 250 00:15:30,971 --> 00:15:32,431 - The contracts came. 251 00:15:32,431 --> 00:15:33,807 - Great. 252 00:15:33,807 --> 00:15:35,351 And you have a potential new client. 253 00:15:35,351 --> 00:15:37,645 I already put them in your office. 254 00:15:37,645 --> 00:15:38,562 - A walk in. 255 00:15:38,562 --> 00:15:39,772 Yeah, his name is Greg Fuller. 256 00:15:43,651 --> 00:15:48,656 - First suspect, Karen Jones, 45 divorced, no children. 257 00:15:49,573 --> 00:15:52,409 She's the owner of a small advertising company. 258 00:15:52,409 --> 00:15:55,704 Karen and John had been seeing each other the longest. 259 00:15:55,704 --> 00:15:58,332 She's tough and extremely smart. 260 00:15:59,208 --> 00:16:00,501 He pushed for them to get married, 261 00:16:00,501 --> 00:16:02,002 but she wouldn't marry someone 262 00:16:02,002 --> 00:16:04,630 who makes less money than her. 263 00:16:04,630 --> 00:16:07,341 However, I'm sure it didn't sit well with Karen 264 00:16:07,341 --> 00:16:10,094 when she found out he was cheating with multiple women. 265 00:16:12,179 --> 00:16:13,931 - Good morning, Mr. Fuller. 266 00:16:13,931 --> 00:16:16,600 - Call me Greg. - Karen Jones. 267 00:16:16,600 --> 00:16:17,518 What can I do for you today? 268 00:16:17,518 --> 00:16:19,645 - Well, my brother and I are opening up a restaurant 269 00:16:19,645 --> 00:16:21,355 in the Valley and we're thinking about advertising 270 00:16:21,355 --> 00:16:23,524 on social media, radio, that type of thing, 271 00:16:23,524 --> 00:16:25,734 and we hear that's something that you do. 272 00:16:25,734 --> 00:16:27,277 - Social media is my specialty. 273 00:16:28,487 --> 00:16:30,489 - Great, that's great. 274 00:16:31,657 --> 00:16:32,616 - What kind of restaurant? 275 00:16:32,616 --> 00:16:34,660 - Well, we haven't decided yet. 276 00:16:35,744 --> 00:16:37,705 But wait, Karen Jones. 277 00:16:37,705 --> 00:16:40,416 You were the girlfriend of the guy that got killed. 278 00:16:40,416 --> 00:16:42,001 I read about it. 279 00:16:42,001 --> 00:16:44,503 I'm sorry about that. - Thank you. 280 00:16:44,503 --> 00:16:47,506 I'd broken up with him two months prior. 281 00:16:47,506 --> 00:16:49,216 I had to read about it too. 282 00:16:49,216 --> 00:16:50,926 - How'd you feel when you found out? 283 00:16:54,555 --> 00:16:56,640 - Are we here to talk about my love life 284 00:16:56,640 --> 00:16:59,351 or your ad campaign? - I'm sorry. 285 00:16:59,351 --> 00:17:01,186 I can't do anything without running it past my brother, 286 00:17:01,186 --> 00:17:03,272 but I always like to get a read 287 00:17:03,272 --> 00:17:05,274 on someone I might be working with. 288 00:17:05,274 --> 00:17:06,275 - Absolutely. 289 00:17:06,275 --> 00:17:09,778 - And I have a feeling that you'll be seeing me again soon. 290 00:17:09,778 --> 00:17:10,988 - Looking forward to it. 291 00:17:12,031 --> 00:17:13,615 - It was a pleasure. - All mine. 292 00:17:17,828 --> 00:17:18,746 Exciting. 293 00:17:18,746 --> 00:17:20,706 I'm looking forward to handling your advertising. 294 00:17:20,706 --> 00:17:22,958 - The one thing I know, we get the best effort 295 00:17:22,958 --> 00:17:25,627 from those that are professional in their field. 296 00:17:26,462 --> 00:17:29,089 That doesn't mean that there's an unlimited budget. 297 00:17:29,089 --> 00:17:30,507 - Absolutely. 298 00:17:30,507 --> 00:17:32,551 As we discussed, it's all in your contract. 299 00:17:32,551 --> 00:17:33,385 - Great. 300 00:17:34,928 --> 00:17:36,096 - Remember me? 301 00:17:36,096 --> 00:17:37,222 Why'd you do it? 302 00:17:37,222 --> 00:17:38,348 - John, I'm in a meeting. 303 00:17:38,348 --> 00:17:40,017 - Why don't you stop payment on the check you wrote me? 304 00:17:40,017 --> 00:17:41,226 I needed that money. 305 00:17:41,226 --> 00:17:43,854 - I can come back. - No, no. 306 00:17:43,854 --> 00:17:46,106 - Good idea. - Please, he's leaving. 307 00:17:46,106 --> 00:17:47,357 - I have all the information I need, 308 00:17:47,357 --> 00:17:49,735 I'll get back to my board and I'll get back to you. 309 00:17:49,735 --> 00:17:50,944 - I am so sorry. 310 00:17:50,944 --> 00:17:52,362 I look forward to handling your account. 311 00:17:52,362 --> 00:17:53,363 - Yeah, yeah, later. 312 00:17:55,574 --> 00:17:57,117 - Are you that stupid. - What? 313 00:17:58,494 --> 00:18:00,704 - You just lost me a six-figure deal. 314 00:18:00,704 --> 00:18:03,415 So I'll ask again, are you that stupid? 315 00:18:03,415 --> 00:18:06,085 - Why did you cancel the payment you sent me? 316 00:18:06,085 --> 00:18:08,587 I told you I was gonna pay you back on my deal went through. 317 00:18:08,587 --> 00:18:10,297 Now, I don't even have a deal. 318 00:18:10,297 --> 00:18:11,131 - After I wrote that check, 319 00:18:11,131 --> 00:18:13,217 I received a call from my credit card company. 320 00:18:13,217 --> 00:18:15,844 It seems that someone tried to withdraw $2,000 321 00:18:15,844 --> 00:18:17,471 from a casino ATM. 322 00:18:17,471 --> 00:18:19,807 Any idea who could have stolen my credit card? 323 00:18:19,807 --> 00:18:20,766 - Are you accusing me of stealing? 324 00:18:20,766 --> 00:18:22,142 - I don't give a shit anymore, John. 325 00:18:22,142 --> 00:18:25,479 All I know is this, the bank of Karen is closed for good. 326 00:18:27,523 --> 00:18:28,982 - You're gonna regret you did this to me. 327 00:18:28,982 --> 00:18:30,234 - Get out of my office. 328 00:18:42,371 --> 00:18:45,541 - [Announcer] Anderson party, court nine is now available. 329 00:18:51,213 --> 00:18:53,841 - Thank you, I'll see you next week. 330 00:19:00,556 --> 00:19:04,268 - Sarah Dobson, professional ballet dancer. 331 00:19:04,268 --> 00:19:08,105 33, never married, no children. 332 00:19:08,105 --> 00:19:09,606 Sarah is part of a touring group 333 00:19:09,606 --> 00:19:12,609 performing the Nutcracker Suite all over the world. 334 00:19:12,609 --> 00:19:14,611 John met Sarah about a year ago 335 00:19:14,611 --> 00:19:16,446 after a performance in Los Angeles. 336 00:19:16,446 --> 00:19:20,033 Sarah was the last one to see John alive 337 00:19:20,033 --> 00:19:24,329 and her movie alibi the night he was killed is a bit shaky. 338 00:19:26,582 --> 00:19:27,875 - A couple nice shots. 339 00:19:27,875 --> 00:19:30,335 - Thanks, did you see that last one was terrible. 340 00:19:31,420 --> 00:19:32,337 - So you're relaxing or working? 341 00:19:32,337 --> 00:19:33,922 - No, relaxing actually. 342 00:19:33,922 --> 00:19:35,090 The owner who's right there. 343 00:19:35,090 --> 00:19:38,051 He's a nice enough to let me come here and play 344 00:19:38,051 --> 00:19:39,720 when I'm not on tour, so. 345 00:19:39,720 --> 00:19:40,554 - On tour? 346 00:19:40,554 --> 00:19:41,638 - Yeah, sorry. 347 00:19:41,638 --> 00:19:44,057 I'm a professional ballet dancer. 348 00:19:44,057 --> 00:19:46,268 - Oh, well that explains the gracefulness. 349 00:19:46,268 --> 00:19:47,644 - Oh, that's nice. 350 00:19:47,644 --> 00:19:50,439 Thank you. - I'm Eddie Carmen. 351 00:19:50,439 --> 00:19:52,316 - Hi, I'm Sarah Dobson. 352 00:19:52,316 --> 00:19:54,109 - Nice to meet you. - Nice to meet you. 353 00:19:54,109 --> 00:19:55,652 - Wait a second, Sarah Dobson, 354 00:19:57,154 --> 00:19:58,655 the girlfriend of the guy who got killed. 355 00:19:58,655 --> 00:19:59,948 I read about in the paper. 356 00:19:59,948 --> 00:20:00,991 Must have been crazy. 357 00:20:02,451 --> 00:20:06,872 - Yeah, if you'll excuse me, I gotta... 358 00:20:06,872 --> 00:20:07,915 - I'm sorry. 359 00:20:07,915 --> 00:20:09,708 I didn't mean to offend you. 360 00:20:09,708 --> 00:20:12,085 You know, sometimes my curiosity gets the best of me. 361 00:20:12,085 --> 00:20:14,046 - No, it's okay really. 362 00:20:15,631 --> 00:20:16,882 - You really must have cared about him. 363 00:20:19,885 --> 00:20:21,386 - Sorry. 364 00:20:21,386 --> 00:20:23,430 It was really nice meeting you. 365 00:20:23,430 --> 00:20:27,100 - Actually, I'm reporter for a very popular blog. 366 00:20:27,100 --> 00:20:29,686 If you ever want to get your side of the story out, 367 00:20:29,686 --> 00:20:30,854 look me up. 368 00:20:30,854 --> 00:20:32,272 - I appreciate that, thank you. 369 00:20:32,272 --> 00:20:34,358 - No worries. - Take care of yourself. 370 00:20:44,701 --> 00:20:49,248 ♪ Lord knows I wrestle with my demons. ♪ 371 00:20:59,258 --> 00:21:02,177 - Here you go Charlie. - Thank you Cass. 372 00:21:05,430 --> 00:21:06,473 - What can I get you? 373 00:21:07,891 --> 00:21:12,479 And finally there is Cassandra King, 46, 374 00:21:12,479 --> 00:21:14,815 single mother of one son, Jared King 375 00:21:14,815 --> 00:21:17,025 who's serving in Afghanistan. 376 00:21:17,025 --> 00:21:18,944 Cassandra's husband, Paul was killed 377 00:21:18,944 --> 00:21:22,239 trying to exit the North tower during the 9/11 attack. 378 00:21:22,239 --> 00:21:25,325 Jared was only three at the time 379 00:21:25,325 --> 00:21:26,410 and Cassandra moved to California 380 00:21:26,410 --> 00:21:29,246 and she now owns a dive bar in the Valley 381 00:21:29,246 --> 00:21:30,998 and John and her met at the bar 382 00:21:30,998 --> 00:21:33,375 and have been on and off for the last two years. 383 00:21:36,503 --> 00:21:41,466 - Yeah coffee. - Yeah, just made a fresh pot. 384 00:21:41,591 --> 00:21:42,884 Cream, and sugar? 385 00:21:42,884 --> 00:21:45,887 - No, I'll just take a straight. 386 00:21:49,433 --> 00:21:51,476 - Here you go, uh... - Eddie. 387 00:22:00,193 --> 00:22:01,653 - What? 388 00:22:01,653 --> 00:22:02,863 You know that schmuck? 389 00:22:02,863 --> 00:22:04,781 - No, I just think it's kind of odd 390 00:22:04,781 --> 00:22:06,700 to have an article like that framed. 391 00:22:08,201 --> 00:22:09,911 - It's my claim to fame. 392 00:22:09,911 --> 00:22:12,831 I used to date that lying, cheating, stealing SOB. 393 00:22:14,041 --> 00:22:14,875 - Oh yeah. - Mh. 394 00:22:16,668 --> 00:22:20,422 - Do you mind if I- - Read all about it? 395 00:22:26,386 --> 00:22:27,596 - You're Cassandra King. 396 00:22:28,555 --> 00:22:29,723 I've read this article. 397 00:22:29,723 --> 00:22:33,226 The police suspected you of murder. 398 00:22:33,226 --> 00:22:34,770 - Yeah, but I didn't do it. 399 00:22:34,770 --> 00:22:35,896 - So they cleared you. 400 00:22:35,896 --> 00:22:37,314 That's pretty good, huh? 401 00:22:37,314 --> 00:22:38,982 - Well, I don't know about all that. 402 00:22:38,982 --> 00:22:40,901 I just told him Sarah probably did it. 403 00:22:40,901 --> 00:22:43,862 The look on her face the night we caught him, hoof. 404 00:22:46,281 --> 00:22:49,117 - "The victim John Davis was caught by Cassandra King, 405 00:22:49,951 --> 00:22:53,413 Sarah Dobson and Karen Jones all at the same time." 406 00:22:54,873 --> 00:22:55,832 - Yeah, it was a hell of a night. 407 00:22:55,832 --> 00:22:58,085 (laughing) 408 00:22:59,711 --> 00:23:00,545 Idiot, he was drunk. 409 00:23:00,545 --> 00:23:02,297 He texted me telling me he missed me. 410 00:23:02,297 --> 00:23:03,256 Come on by my house. 411 00:23:03,256 --> 00:23:06,760 I get there, his other two girlfriends are already there. 412 00:23:06,760 --> 00:23:09,262 Fool sent us all the same text. 413 00:23:09,262 --> 00:23:10,764 - I'm sure that went over well. 414 00:23:10,764 --> 00:23:12,766 - Like a lead balloon, baby. 415 00:23:16,228 --> 00:23:19,189 Sarah just cried. Karen wanted to kill him. 416 00:23:19,189 --> 00:23:20,690 So did I. 417 00:23:20,690 --> 00:23:21,733 We probably would have, 418 00:23:21,733 --> 00:23:23,902 but I guess some neighbor must have heard the commotion 419 00:23:23,902 --> 00:23:25,112 and called the cops. 420 00:23:25,112 --> 00:23:26,655 Next thing we know the cops show up, 421 00:23:26,655 --> 00:23:28,115 they tell us we have a choice. 422 00:23:28,115 --> 00:23:30,450 Either leave or spend the night in jail. 423 00:23:30,450 --> 00:23:32,285 So we all split. 424 00:23:32,285 --> 00:23:34,871 A couple of weeks later, he winds up dead. 425 00:23:35,789 --> 00:23:37,749 - Wait a second, you said that you and Karen 426 00:23:37,749 --> 00:23:38,583 wanted him dead, but Sarah was just crying. 427 00:23:40,877 --> 00:23:41,753 - Yeah 428 00:23:41,753 --> 00:23:43,380 - But then, didn't you just say 429 00:23:43,380 --> 00:23:45,132 that Sarah also wanted to kill him? 430 00:23:46,425 --> 00:23:47,843 - Look, I don't really know 431 00:23:47,843 --> 00:23:51,221 what anyone else did or wanted to do. 432 00:23:51,221 --> 00:23:53,890 I just know that I didn't do it. 433 00:23:53,890 --> 00:23:56,268 See, I've got too much to lose. 434 00:23:56,268 --> 00:24:01,273 I've got my bar, I've got nice customers like Charlie here. 435 00:24:02,274 --> 00:24:05,610 And most importantly, I've got my son over in Afghanistan. 436 00:24:07,195 --> 00:24:09,156 He's my everything. 437 00:24:09,156 --> 00:24:10,449 I wouldn't do that to him. 438 00:24:12,909 --> 00:24:16,455 - Thank him for his service. - I'll do that. 439 00:24:19,458 --> 00:24:20,542 What, no change? 440 00:24:20,542 --> 00:24:21,626 - Buy one for Charlie. 441 00:24:23,295 --> 00:24:26,256 - Hey, thanks guy. - Big spender. 442 00:24:27,090 --> 00:24:29,342 - Okay. - Okay, what? 443 00:24:31,636 --> 00:24:34,514 - I'm in. - You read the files? 444 00:24:34,514 --> 00:24:37,058 - Not only that, I went and met with every one of them. 445 00:24:37,058 --> 00:24:39,227 - Wow, have a seat. 446 00:24:41,354 --> 00:24:42,689 You know, I want you on this, 447 00:24:42,689 --> 00:24:44,691 but I am under a lot of pressure from the mayor. 448 00:24:44,691 --> 00:24:47,652 I don't need you losing it and downing a pint of scotch. 449 00:24:49,321 --> 00:24:50,614 - Yeah, that's a fair concern. 450 00:24:50,614 --> 00:24:51,740 But I thought you said it was the mayor 451 00:24:51,740 --> 00:24:53,450 that asked you to bring me in on this. 452 00:24:53,450 --> 00:24:55,577 - Not if you fail, then it's my call. 453 00:24:57,496 --> 00:24:58,288 - Understood. 454 00:24:59,414 --> 00:25:01,666 Look Diane, I'm done drinking. 455 00:25:01,666 --> 00:25:02,918 I mean, I drank enough in the last two years 456 00:25:02,918 --> 00:25:03,960 to last me a lifetime. 457 00:25:03,960 --> 00:25:07,214 So trust me, everything will be by the book. 458 00:25:08,715 --> 00:25:10,759 - There will be ground rules. 459 00:25:10,759 --> 00:25:14,262 You will consult with Duke on all interrogations. 460 00:25:14,262 --> 00:25:17,349 He will listen in and watch from behind the glass. 461 00:25:17,349 --> 00:25:18,767 - Done, what else? 462 00:25:18,767 --> 00:25:21,520 - I expect to be kept in the loop on all developments. 463 00:25:21,520 --> 00:25:23,104 I don't have to remind you 464 00:25:23,104 --> 00:25:25,607 that there are circumstances to these interrogations. 465 00:25:25,607 --> 00:25:28,443 And if I feel even for a second, 466 00:25:28,443 --> 00:25:31,446 that you are taking it personal, you're gone. 467 00:25:32,364 --> 00:25:33,782 - Diane, you asked me to do a job. 468 00:25:33,782 --> 00:25:35,116 I'll do the job. 469 00:25:37,035 --> 00:25:41,081 - Last thing I will protect the integrity of this department 470 00:25:41,081 --> 00:25:42,374 at all costs. 471 00:25:44,459 --> 00:25:45,293 - Understood. 472 00:25:47,295 --> 00:25:50,048 So what's the play? - You tell me. 473 00:25:52,175 --> 00:25:53,009 - Bring them in. 474 00:25:55,845 --> 00:25:58,515 - This afternoon, the Los Angeles police department 475 00:25:58,515 --> 00:26:00,433 brought back in the three women 476 00:26:00,433 --> 00:26:04,145 in connection with the horrific murder of John Davis. 477 00:26:04,145 --> 00:26:07,857 Karen Jones, Cassandra King and Sarah Dobson, 478 00:26:07,857 --> 00:26:10,485 all former girlfriends of Mr. Davis 479 00:26:10,485 --> 00:26:13,029 are being accused of either conspiring together 480 00:26:13,029 --> 00:26:14,573 or acting alone. 481 00:26:14,573 --> 00:26:17,200 All three women have maintained their innocence. 482 00:26:17,200 --> 00:26:20,161 John's mother, Francine Davis was standing by 483 00:26:20,161 --> 00:26:21,997 to talk about today's developments. 484 00:26:23,123 --> 00:26:24,374 - This is the second time 485 00:26:24,374 --> 00:26:26,710 that these same women have been brought in 486 00:26:26,710 --> 00:26:28,962 and I'm just hoping it's for something new, 487 00:26:28,962 --> 00:26:30,422 and not just for the cameras. 488 00:26:36,761 --> 00:26:38,305 - You've actually already interviewed. 489 00:26:38,305 --> 00:26:42,225 What do you think? - Karen's very smart. 490 00:26:42,225 --> 00:26:43,518 I always have the impression 491 00:26:43,518 --> 00:26:44,978 that she's trying to stay 492 00:26:44,978 --> 00:26:47,731 one or two steps ahead of me in the questioning, 493 00:26:47,731 --> 00:26:50,233 trying to lead me instead of the other way around. 494 00:26:51,067 --> 00:26:52,986 - Liar? - Absolutely. 495 00:26:52,986 --> 00:26:56,323 But it's weird, she lies about stupid, irrelevant stuff. 496 00:26:56,323 --> 00:26:58,825 She said she Hofstra University 497 00:26:58,825 --> 00:27:00,785 yet she went to UC Santa Barbara. 498 00:27:00,785 --> 00:27:02,037 I mean, why would somebody say that 499 00:27:02,037 --> 00:27:04,164 when they know how easy it is to check out. 500 00:27:05,332 --> 00:27:08,793 - Look, I know you've been on this case 501 00:27:08,793 --> 00:27:11,796 a lot longer than me, so I welcome your counsel. 502 00:27:13,590 --> 00:27:14,716 - And I know Diane told you 503 00:27:14,716 --> 00:27:16,885 I was gonna be her eyes and ears on this thing, 504 00:27:16,885 --> 00:27:18,219 but I'm a cop first. 505 00:27:20,722 --> 00:27:21,556 - Copy that. 506 00:27:23,933 --> 00:27:28,438 - So 72 hours. - I have an idea. 507 00:27:32,692 --> 00:27:33,526 - Game on. 508 00:27:42,285 --> 00:27:45,413 - You know, I knew when you didn't call back 509 00:27:45,413 --> 00:27:46,748 there were something up. 510 00:27:48,208 --> 00:27:49,542 - Mr. Fuller, right? 511 00:27:50,877 --> 00:27:52,212 More like Mr. Fuller of shit. 512 00:27:54,839 --> 00:27:57,008 - Fuller of shit. 513 00:27:57,008 --> 00:27:58,134 That's funny. 514 00:28:00,178 --> 00:28:02,222 Ms. Jones, my real name is Scott Keating 515 00:28:02,222 --> 00:28:04,224 and I'm a detective with the LAPD. 516 00:28:04,224 --> 00:28:05,558 I was brought in two weeks ago 517 00:28:05,558 --> 00:28:08,436 to help with the murder of John Davis. 518 00:28:09,604 --> 00:28:10,855 - Such a waste of time. 519 00:28:10,855 --> 00:28:13,149 I already answered every question. 520 00:28:13,149 --> 00:28:14,317 Don't worry about them. 521 00:28:18,363 --> 00:28:20,532 - It's like I'm dealing with a straight shooter. 522 00:28:20,532 --> 00:28:21,533 - Glad you think so. 523 00:28:22,742 --> 00:28:26,746 - Look, I already told you, I don't even know why I'm here. 524 00:28:26,746 --> 00:28:29,082 I told the police everything, not sure what's changed. 525 00:28:29,082 --> 00:28:32,877 - But what hasn't changed is that John Davis is still dead 526 00:28:32,877 --> 00:28:34,295 and one of you killed him. 527 00:28:35,714 --> 00:28:38,508 - Really? - Yes, really. 528 00:28:38,508 --> 00:28:41,594 Throat slashed, body stabbed 17 times. 529 00:28:44,222 --> 00:28:46,391 But maybe a robbery gone bad. 530 00:28:46,391 --> 00:28:48,143 No, you're too smart to think that. 531 00:28:49,269 --> 00:28:50,729 - Well, it wasn't me. 532 00:28:52,939 --> 00:28:53,773 - Really? 533 00:28:58,027 --> 00:28:59,696 Here's how this is gonna play out. 534 00:28:59,696 --> 00:29:00,822 All right, you have two choices. 535 00:29:00,822 --> 00:29:03,116 One, you help me solve this case 536 00:29:03,116 --> 00:29:05,326 by sitting there answering all my questions 537 00:29:05,326 --> 00:29:07,078 and waiving your right to an attorney 538 00:29:07,078 --> 00:29:09,831 or two, you ask for an attorney 539 00:29:10,790 --> 00:29:14,502 and then this drags on for months and convinces not only me, 540 00:29:14,502 --> 00:29:17,046 but the district attorney that you have something to hide, 541 00:29:17,046 --> 00:29:20,592 something that will rain down such a wave of focus on you 542 00:29:20,592 --> 00:29:23,511 that if you didn't pay a parking ticket 10 years ago, 543 00:29:24,512 --> 00:29:25,555 we'd know about it. 544 00:29:27,724 --> 00:29:29,392 - Wow, that was direct. 545 00:29:30,393 --> 00:29:32,520 - You want a straight shooter? 546 00:29:32,520 --> 00:29:33,354 If you're innocent, 547 00:29:33,354 --> 00:29:35,064 I would suggest that you sign this letter 548 00:29:35,064 --> 00:29:37,650 waiving your right to an attorney for 72 hours. 549 00:29:37,650 --> 00:29:40,278 It's not a legal document, but if after three days 550 00:29:40,278 --> 00:29:41,821 we haven't charged you with anything, 551 00:29:41,821 --> 00:29:44,532 I don't think we ever will. 552 00:29:44,532 --> 00:29:47,577 But if you're guilty and you think you can outsmart me, 553 00:29:48,620 --> 00:29:51,289 think the smartest thing you could do is lawyer up. 554 00:30:01,382 --> 00:30:02,217 - Got a pen? 555 00:30:16,773 --> 00:30:18,024 - I'll be back in five minutes. 556 00:30:18,024 --> 00:30:21,694 You want a water, soda, coffee, something like that? 557 00:30:21,694 --> 00:30:26,491 - Latte, half-caff. - Coming up. 558 00:30:37,710 --> 00:30:39,003 - Nice work. 559 00:30:39,003 --> 00:30:41,381 Diane is gonna be happy about this. 560 00:30:41,381 --> 00:30:42,674 - Now the clock is ticking. 561 00:30:44,843 --> 00:30:46,261 - What's in the folder. 562 00:30:47,846 --> 00:30:49,430 - Did you ever meet John's parents? 563 00:30:50,849 --> 00:30:52,308 - No. 564 00:30:52,308 --> 00:30:54,811 I know his father passed away a couple of years ago. 565 00:30:54,811 --> 00:30:56,020 No, I never met either of them. 566 00:30:58,731 --> 00:31:01,442 - Tell me about your childhood. 567 00:31:02,610 --> 00:31:03,444 - My childhood? 568 00:31:03,444 --> 00:31:05,405 What's that got to do with anything? 569 00:31:05,405 --> 00:31:06,447 - Do you want to get out of here? 570 00:31:06,447 --> 00:31:07,323 - Of course. 571 00:31:07,323 --> 00:31:09,993 - Then stop asking questions and start answering them. 572 00:31:11,411 --> 00:31:12,912 - What would you like to know? 573 00:31:13,830 --> 00:31:14,664 - Father. 574 00:31:17,125 --> 00:31:20,253 - He left my mother when I was six, never saw him again. 575 00:31:20,253 --> 00:31:22,380 - Sorry to hear about that. - Don't be. 576 00:31:22,380 --> 00:31:23,882 Treated her like crap. 577 00:31:26,301 --> 00:31:29,762 - Physically. - Not that I recall. 578 00:31:29,762 --> 00:31:30,597 The yelling. 579 00:31:32,724 --> 00:31:35,560 He would get drunk and blame her for all our problems. 580 00:31:35,560 --> 00:31:36,436 Mostly money. 581 00:31:37,353 --> 00:31:41,691 He went out for cigarettes one night and never came back. 582 00:31:41,691 --> 00:31:45,111 I heard years later, he died of hepatitis. 583 00:31:47,614 --> 00:31:48,656 - How did your mother deal with him 584 00:31:48,656 --> 00:31:49,699 walking out on the two of you? 585 00:31:49,699 --> 00:31:51,200 - My mother was my champion. 586 00:31:51,200 --> 00:31:53,244 She did everything she could for me. 587 00:31:53,244 --> 00:31:54,329 Sacrificed. 588 00:31:55,413 --> 00:31:59,125 - You were married, but it didn't work out. 589 00:31:59,125 --> 00:32:00,919 Think that had something to do with your dad? 590 00:32:00,919 --> 00:32:02,378 - That man may have been my father, 591 00:32:02,378 --> 00:32:04,130 but don't ever call him my dad. 592 00:32:06,549 --> 00:32:09,052 I was too young to get married. 593 00:32:09,886 --> 00:32:12,096 I stuck it out for eight freaking years. 594 00:32:13,139 --> 00:32:16,392 Truth is I never worked at it. 595 00:32:16,392 --> 00:32:18,394 I chose to focus on my career instead. 596 00:32:18,394 --> 00:32:20,772 I knew what it was like to grow up poor, 597 00:32:20,772 --> 00:32:24,359 so having to rely on a man, never gonna happen. 598 00:32:26,778 --> 00:32:28,947 - You still keep in touch with your ex? 599 00:32:28,947 --> 00:32:31,074 - Not even, please. 600 00:32:31,074 --> 00:32:34,202 He was a douche bag just like my dad - father. 601 00:32:35,495 --> 00:32:38,164 Look, are we gonna talk about who killed John? 602 00:32:38,164 --> 00:32:40,416 I told the other detectives it's gotta be Cassandra. 603 00:32:40,416 --> 00:32:42,543 - Yeah, why? - Come on. 604 00:32:43,670 --> 00:32:46,005 The knife that killed John was military issued. 605 00:32:47,924 --> 00:32:48,800 I looked it up. 606 00:32:49,968 --> 00:32:50,927 Only person I know 607 00:32:50,927 --> 00:32:53,012 who could get her hands on a weapon like that 608 00:32:53,012 --> 00:32:55,848 is a mother whose son is a Green Beret. 609 00:32:58,184 --> 00:33:03,189 Okay, if I was gonna kill John, which I didn't, 610 00:33:04,399 --> 00:33:06,109 I'd just hire a guy. 611 00:33:06,943 --> 00:33:07,902 Less mess. 612 00:33:12,156 --> 00:33:14,701 Anyway, Casandra should be the one in here, not me. 613 00:33:17,954 --> 00:33:19,288 What are you writing? 614 00:33:20,540 --> 00:33:24,252 - We found Chenille fibers at the crime scene. 615 00:33:24,252 --> 00:33:25,753 You know anything about that? 616 00:33:25,753 --> 00:33:30,216 - Yeah, it's Chenille and hell no, I don't wear that crap. 617 00:33:32,468 --> 00:33:37,015 - Guard, please take Ms. Jones back to her cell 618 00:33:37,015 --> 00:33:38,599 and bring Ms. Dobson. 619 00:33:38,599 --> 00:33:40,727 - Miss Dobson, Sarah Dobson. 620 00:33:40,727 --> 00:33:42,395 What a sweet naive girl. 621 00:33:42,395 --> 00:33:45,690 She loved John and he treated her like shit. 622 00:33:45,690 --> 00:33:47,692 That girl couldn't hurt somebody's feelings, 623 00:33:47,692 --> 00:33:49,068 let alone kill a guy. 624 00:33:49,068 --> 00:33:51,195 I'm telling you, it's got to be Cassandra. 625 00:33:54,782 --> 00:33:55,616 - Okay. 626 00:34:01,581 --> 00:34:03,166 You know that file? 627 00:34:04,625 --> 00:34:06,836 That file contains more information about the three of you 628 00:34:06,836 --> 00:34:08,379 than you know about yourselves. 629 00:34:09,297 --> 00:34:10,506 So when one of my suspects- 630 00:34:10,506 --> 00:34:11,632 - Persons of interest. 631 00:34:11,632 --> 00:34:13,134 - When one of my suspects 632 00:34:13,134 --> 00:34:16,262 who actually grew up in a middle-class neighborhood, 633 00:34:16,262 --> 00:34:18,765 middle-class family, father an insurance salesman, 634 00:34:18,765 --> 00:34:22,310 mother, a school teacher, happily married for 53 years, 635 00:34:22,310 --> 00:34:24,187 you'll excuse me if I'm a bit skeptical 636 00:34:24,187 --> 00:34:27,148 if I'm fed a bunch of sympathetic bullshit. 637 00:34:28,399 --> 00:34:31,736 - You forget, I dated a college quarterback. 638 00:34:31,736 --> 00:34:34,322 - UCSB doesn't have a football team. 639 00:34:34,322 --> 00:34:36,115 Something to think about while you sit in your cell 640 00:34:36,115 --> 00:34:37,200 for a couple hours. 641 00:34:40,453 --> 00:34:41,704 Get her out of here. 642 00:34:41,704 --> 00:34:42,538 - Let's go Jones. 643 00:34:49,045 --> 00:34:50,588 - Are you all right? 644 00:34:50,588 --> 00:34:52,673 You look like you lost your cool for a second there. 645 00:34:52,673 --> 00:34:54,258 - No, I'm okay. 646 00:34:54,258 --> 00:34:57,011 That's what I wanted her to think. 647 00:34:58,471 --> 00:35:00,014 - Cool, you need anything? 648 00:35:03,226 --> 00:35:04,977 - Let's cut the lights on the next one. 649 00:35:09,524 --> 00:35:10,358 Don't be scared. 650 00:35:11,734 --> 00:35:12,568 Here we go. 651 00:35:17,281 --> 00:35:18,741 Like I said earlier, if you're innocent, 652 00:35:18,741 --> 00:35:20,618 you have nothing to worry about. 653 00:35:22,245 --> 00:35:27,250 - Karen is the one who killed John, not me. 654 00:35:27,875 --> 00:35:29,836 - Why would you say that? 655 00:35:29,836 --> 00:35:31,003 - I saw the rage. 656 00:35:32,964 --> 00:35:35,424 - You knew John's mother? 657 00:35:38,386 --> 00:35:40,179 - We never met personally, 658 00:35:40,179 --> 00:35:42,849 but we talked on the phone a couple of times. 659 00:35:44,684 --> 00:35:46,853 here and there 660 00:35:46,853 --> 00:35:49,188 - We need to interview Francine Davis. 661 00:35:50,314 --> 00:35:53,276 - But you never lent him any money, did you? 662 00:35:54,527 --> 00:35:57,697 - No, he knew I didn't have any money. 663 00:35:57,697 --> 00:35:59,073 I mean, I'm a ballet dancer 664 00:35:59,073 --> 00:36:01,450 and my mom's house is in foreclosure. 665 00:36:01,450 --> 00:36:04,495 So anything that I had, it went to her. 666 00:36:06,122 --> 00:36:07,039 - How'd you meet John? 667 00:36:07,039 --> 00:36:10,334 - Actually, we met the same way that you and I met, 668 00:36:12,128 --> 00:36:14,797 except he didn't give me a fake name. 669 00:36:16,549 --> 00:36:17,466 - Part of the job. 670 00:36:20,511 --> 00:36:23,055 - He was young for his age, you know? 671 00:36:24,932 --> 00:36:26,017 But I'll tell you one thing. 672 00:36:26,017 --> 00:36:29,312 He had a temper. 673 00:36:33,733 --> 00:36:36,360 He got this package in the mail 674 00:36:36,360 --> 00:36:38,613 and it was filled with dog crap. 675 00:36:40,114 --> 00:36:41,032 (chuckles) 676 00:36:41,032 --> 00:36:43,201 Yeah, dog crap and he lost it. 677 00:36:43,201 --> 00:36:45,995 - Why would someone send them a package full of dog crap? 678 00:36:45,995 --> 00:36:48,789 - I think he owed somebody money. 679 00:36:48,789 --> 00:36:51,125 - What would make you come to that conclusion? 680 00:36:51,125 --> 00:36:53,252 - Well, there was a note attached 681 00:36:53,252 --> 00:36:54,587 that said I'm gonna keep giving you shit 682 00:36:54,587 --> 00:36:55,588 until I get my money. 683 00:36:55,588 --> 00:36:56,422 - There it is. 684 00:36:57,423 --> 00:37:00,009 Someone was literally giving him crap. 685 00:37:01,719 --> 00:37:04,138 So you were dating John for about a year 686 00:37:04,138 --> 00:37:06,807 before you found out he was cheating on you. 687 00:37:08,768 --> 00:37:12,939 - Yeah, I think that's about right, yeah. 688 00:37:12,939 --> 00:37:14,607 - How'd that make you feel? 689 00:37:15,566 --> 00:37:16,692 - How do you think it made me feel? 690 00:37:16,692 --> 00:37:18,819 I mean, I was mad. 691 00:37:18,819 --> 00:37:20,154 - Hurt? - Of course. 692 00:37:20,154 --> 00:37:21,197 - Angry. - Yes. 693 00:37:21,197 --> 00:37:24,533 - Angry enough to kill him. - No, absolutely not. 694 00:37:24,533 --> 00:37:25,368 I loved him. 695 00:37:25,368 --> 00:37:30,331 - Because in your earlier interviews with the detectives, 696 00:37:30,706 --> 00:37:33,542 Karen and Cassandra said that you threatened to kill him 697 00:37:33,542 --> 00:37:34,543 right there in the kitchen. 698 00:37:34,543 --> 00:37:36,254 - Karen and Cassandra a lying. 699 00:37:38,130 --> 00:37:39,340 - You know how many times my mother used to say to me, 700 00:37:39,340 --> 00:37:42,009 if you do that again, I'm gonna kill you? 701 00:37:42,009 --> 00:37:43,552 Hundreds. 702 00:37:43,552 --> 00:37:44,804 Did I really think she was gonna kill me? 703 00:37:44,804 --> 00:37:45,638 Of course not. 704 00:37:46,639 --> 00:37:47,473 She was angry. 705 00:37:49,600 --> 00:37:54,605 So are you sure that maybe in a fit of rage, 706 00:37:56,607 --> 00:37:58,359 maybe you said something like that? 707 00:38:00,152 --> 00:38:04,699 - And even, if you did say it, it doesn't make you a killer. 708 00:38:09,245 --> 00:38:10,079 - Maybe. 709 00:38:15,001 --> 00:38:15,793 I was so mad. 710 00:38:23,342 --> 00:38:28,306 But as you said, it doesn't mean I did it, right? 711 00:38:32,852 --> 00:38:34,478 - State your name for the record. 712 00:38:35,604 --> 00:38:36,897 - Don't think I didn't see you 713 00:38:36,897 --> 00:38:38,649 eyeballing that scotch bottle 714 00:38:38,649 --> 00:38:41,944 before you ordered the coffee there, Eddie. 715 00:38:43,696 --> 00:38:44,739 Cassandra King. 716 00:38:45,781 --> 00:38:47,241 - Did you murder John Davis? 717 00:38:48,617 --> 00:38:50,244 - No. 718 00:38:50,244 --> 00:38:52,538 Doesn't mean I'm not dancing a jig on the inside 719 00:38:52,538 --> 00:38:54,623 because somebody else did though. 720 00:38:54,623 --> 00:38:56,042 - Do you know John's parents? 721 00:38:57,335 --> 00:38:59,795 - His dad was dead and he never talked about his mother. 722 00:38:59,795 --> 00:39:01,547 So, no, I didn't know them. 723 00:39:02,506 --> 00:39:04,300 Do you know what a Birmington knife is? 724 00:39:04,300 --> 00:39:08,179 - I don't know, I'm gonna guess a knife from Birmington. 725 00:39:08,179 --> 00:39:12,767 A military knife used by seals and such for combat. 726 00:39:14,518 --> 00:39:18,522 - And your son is currently serving in Afghanistan. 727 00:39:18,522 --> 00:39:19,482 - He is. 728 00:39:19,482 --> 00:39:21,233 - When was the last time you saw him? 729 00:39:22,401 --> 00:39:26,072 - Last Christmas. - Did you murder John Davis? 730 00:39:26,072 --> 00:39:27,448 Why don't you ask the ballerina? 731 00:39:27,448 --> 00:39:29,825 - I'm asking you. - And I already told you, no. 732 00:39:36,874 --> 00:39:37,875 (sighs) 733 00:39:37,875 --> 00:39:38,751 - How's it going? 734 00:39:39,877 --> 00:39:42,505 - Just getting started with Cassandra King. 735 00:39:42,505 --> 00:39:44,382 - How'd you meet John? 736 00:39:44,382 --> 00:39:46,550 - He was a regular at the bar. 737 00:39:46,550 --> 00:39:50,054 He used to come in on his way home from work for nightcap. 738 00:39:50,054 --> 00:39:51,347 One night I was closing up 739 00:39:51,347 --> 00:39:53,849 and he stopped in begging for a drink. 740 00:39:53,849 --> 00:39:55,101 Let's just say he was still there 741 00:39:55,101 --> 00:39:56,811 at the bar with me in the morning. 742 00:39:57,686 --> 00:39:59,939 - How long ago was that? - Two years ago. 743 00:40:01,023 --> 00:40:02,858 - And your previous interviews with detective Brown, 744 00:40:02,858 --> 00:40:04,902 you said that John owed you a lot of money. 745 00:40:04,902 --> 00:40:06,904 - 10,000. - 10,000. 746 00:40:08,072 --> 00:40:10,408 Did you have that kind of money on hand? 747 00:40:10,408 --> 00:40:11,826 - I borrowed against my bar. 748 00:40:12,952 --> 00:40:14,453 I've been to your bar. 749 00:40:14,453 --> 00:40:15,621 It's not a smart idea. 750 00:40:17,289 --> 00:40:19,542 I loved him and he needed the money. 751 00:40:19,542 --> 00:40:20,751 Wouldn't you do anything 752 00:40:20,751 --> 00:40:22,253 for the people that you love, Detective. 753 00:40:22,253 --> 00:40:24,255 - Hey! I'm asking the questions. 754 00:40:24,255 --> 00:40:26,507 You do not talk about my family. 755 00:40:27,925 --> 00:40:28,801 - Excuse me. 756 00:40:31,679 --> 00:40:32,680 - Do you understand? 757 00:40:33,848 --> 00:40:34,682 - Yeah. 758 00:40:39,145 --> 00:40:42,106 - John ever pay you back? - No. 759 00:40:42,106 --> 00:40:42,940 - Nothing. - No. 760 00:40:45,317 --> 00:40:47,695 - I once loaned a friend of mine, 2000 761 00:40:47,695 --> 00:40:49,196 and when he didn't pay me back, 762 00:40:49,196 --> 00:40:51,615 I wanted to punch his lights out. 763 00:40:51,615 --> 00:40:54,869 But 10,000, you must have been going crazy. 764 00:40:56,829 --> 00:40:58,372 - You'd think so, wouldn't you? 765 00:41:06,922 --> 00:41:09,592 - I'll call. - Call. 766 00:41:12,011 --> 00:41:13,637 (laughing) 767 00:41:13,637 --> 00:41:14,638 - We need to talk. 768 00:41:14,638 --> 00:41:17,057 - Hold on, give me a second, I'm in the middle of a hand. 769 00:41:17,057 --> 00:41:18,017 - A king and four, you got nothing. 770 00:41:18,017 --> 00:41:19,852 - Oh, what do you doing? 771 00:41:21,437 --> 00:41:22,521 - You like that, huh? 772 00:41:24,106 --> 00:41:26,275 - I guess I'm folding. 773 00:41:26,275 --> 00:41:28,194 Be right back. 774 00:41:28,194 --> 00:41:29,361 - Hell, I'll call. 775 00:41:31,280 --> 00:41:33,157 - Kings and sevens. 776 00:41:33,157 --> 00:41:37,870 - Two pair, seven and sevens. - Damn it. 777 00:41:40,623 --> 00:41:41,582 - What's the hell is matter with you. 778 00:41:41,582 --> 00:41:42,416 I was gonna win that hand. 779 00:41:42,416 --> 00:41:43,250 - Where the hell is my money? 780 00:41:43,250 --> 00:41:44,960 - Don't worry, it's coming. 781 00:41:44,960 --> 00:41:45,794 - Bullshit! That's what you said last week. 782 00:41:45,794 --> 00:41:47,421 - Would you keep your voice down, please. 783 00:41:47,421 --> 00:41:48,589 - What'd you do Johnny? 784 00:41:48,589 --> 00:41:50,424 Did you gamble my money? - Of course I didn't 785 00:41:50,424 --> 00:41:52,718 as I said, it's invested in a business venture. 786 00:41:52,718 --> 00:41:54,428 I'm told I'm getting paid soon, double. 787 00:41:54,428 --> 00:41:55,554 - You're full of shit. 788 00:41:57,431 --> 00:41:59,767 You got yourself a cheater in here. 789 00:41:59,767 --> 00:42:01,352 Have a nice game, ass hole. 790 00:42:02,311 --> 00:42:04,104 - He said it was for a business venture 791 00:42:04,104 --> 00:42:06,232 and I'd get my money back within a couple of weeks. 792 00:42:06,232 --> 00:42:07,733 Of course that never happened. 793 00:42:08,734 --> 00:42:13,280 - Your son ever meet him? - Once, he didn't approve. 794 00:42:13,280 --> 00:42:14,323 - Why? 795 00:42:14,323 --> 00:42:16,825 - Because he thought he was using me. 796 00:42:16,825 --> 00:42:18,160 - You ever tell your son about the money? 797 00:42:18,160 --> 00:42:20,621 - Hell no, I didn't tell him about the money. 798 00:42:20,621 --> 00:42:22,039 - Your son ever find out about the money? 799 00:42:22,039 --> 00:42:22,873 - Look, I know where you're going with this. 800 00:42:22,873 --> 00:42:25,876 My son's been in Afghanistan for the past four months. 801 00:42:25,876 --> 00:42:26,877 - In all your conversations, 802 00:42:26,877 --> 00:42:30,965 you maybe let it slip to your son about the money? 803 00:42:32,883 --> 00:42:33,717 Careful what you say, 804 00:42:33,717 --> 00:42:34,677 'cause you do not know what I know 805 00:42:34,677 --> 00:42:38,430 and the last thing you want to do is lie to me. 806 00:42:38,430 --> 00:42:40,849 - What does he know? - Nothing I told him. 807 00:42:42,434 --> 00:42:43,519 - You keep me posted. 808 00:42:45,229 --> 00:42:46,689 - I might have mentioned it. 809 00:42:47,565 --> 00:42:51,360 But as I said, my son's been in Afghanistan. 810 00:42:51,360 --> 00:42:53,696 If you think my son had anything to do with this, 811 00:42:53,696 --> 00:42:55,030 you're wrong. 812 00:42:55,030 --> 00:42:56,865 You're making a big mistake. 813 00:42:56,865 --> 00:42:58,242 I told you it's Sarah. 814 00:42:58,242 --> 00:42:59,952 She killed John. 815 00:42:59,952 --> 00:43:01,745 What'd she tell you her alibi was? 816 00:43:01,745 --> 00:43:02,580 She went to the movies. 817 00:43:02,580 --> 00:43:03,622 What did she see? 818 00:43:03,622 --> 00:43:06,834 Kindergarten Cartel, please. 819 00:43:06,834 --> 00:43:08,335 Nobody saw that train wreck. 820 00:43:08,335 --> 00:43:10,588 Some LA blogger said the person that wrote it 821 00:43:10,588 --> 00:43:12,006 should never be able to write again. 822 00:43:12,006 --> 00:43:13,507 - Taste in movies is subjective. 823 00:43:16,051 --> 00:43:18,887 - Did Sarah tell you that John made her have an abortion? 824 00:43:22,182 --> 00:43:24,685 She was all excited to be having John's baby, 825 00:43:24,685 --> 00:43:26,604 but when she told him, he flipped out. 826 00:43:27,438 --> 00:43:29,231 He told her that he was gonna dump her 827 00:43:29,231 --> 00:43:31,108 if she didn't get rid of it. 828 00:43:31,108 --> 00:43:33,193 Now Sarah says that they worked through it. 829 00:43:33,193 --> 00:43:34,862 She forgave him. 830 00:43:34,862 --> 00:43:38,282 But come on, how do you forgive the unforgivable? 831 00:43:40,034 --> 00:43:42,369 - How do you know so much about Sarah? 832 00:43:42,369 --> 00:43:43,287 - Because that night 833 00:43:43,287 --> 00:43:45,914 after sitting here in this hell hole for 12 hours, 834 00:43:45,914 --> 00:43:47,833 we all went for a drink. 835 00:43:47,833 --> 00:43:49,877 Sarah likes to talk. 836 00:43:49,877 --> 00:43:51,545 We felt like her therapist. 837 00:43:54,048 --> 00:43:56,842 - Guard. - What, you don't believe me? 838 00:43:56,842 --> 00:43:59,845 I'm telling you, Sarah's the killer. 839 00:43:59,845 --> 00:44:01,472 You're wasting your time with me. 840 00:44:07,269 --> 00:44:08,729 - Jesus, Duke. 841 00:44:08,729 --> 00:44:09,938 You think we missed something? 842 00:44:14,360 --> 00:44:15,903 - Now they think my son did it. 843 00:44:16,987 --> 00:44:18,906 - That's ridiculous. 844 00:44:18,906 --> 00:44:21,116 If that's all they got then we know they got nothing. 845 00:44:21,116 --> 00:44:23,118 just like the last time they brought us in. 846 00:44:24,119 --> 00:44:25,788 - They didn't even know about Sarah's abortion. 847 00:44:25,788 --> 00:44:28,707 - Hey. - Sorry, Sarah. 848 00:44:28,707 --> 00:44:30,000 For all I know, you did do it. 849 00:44:30,000 --> 00:44:31,710 - That was out of line. 850 00:44:31,710 --> 00:44:33,837 - Look, I'm gonna say whatever I have to say 851 00:44:33,837 --> 00:44:35,130 to clear my name. 852 00:44:36,423 --> 00:44:39,134 - Forget what we all agreed to, huh? 853 00:44:39,134 --> 00:44:41,804 It's like it's everybody for themselves. 854 00:44:41,804 --> 00:44:46,809 And just for the record, John and I worked through all that. 855 00:44:46,975 --> 00:44:48,811 Okay, so. - Oh no, you didn't. 856 00:44:50,187 --> 00:44:51,939 Nobody works through that shit. 857 00:44:53,691 --> 00:44:55,484 - Speaking from experience? 858 00:44:57,111 --> 00:45:00,072 - No, just our experience with John. 859 00:45:07,621 --> 00:45:08,747 - Want a glass of wine or something? 860 00:45:08,747 --> 00:45:10,874 Come on, you know I hate drinking alone. 861 00:45:10,874 --> 00:45:12,418 - No honey, I can't. 862 00:45:17,089 --> 00:45:19,049 - You can't, you mean you don't want to. 863 00:45:20,342 --> 00:45:25,139 - No, mean I actually can't, 864 00:45:27,683 --> 00:45:30,018 not for at least the next eight months. 865 00:45:35,274 --> 00:45:39,069 - Are you telling me what I think you're telling me? 866 00:45:39,069 --> 00:45:42,573 (laughing) - I'm pregnant. 867 00:45:43,824 --> 00:45:44,658 We're gonna have a baby. 868 00:45:46,160 --> 00:45:47,995 - Alright, hold on, hold on, hold on. 869 00:45:49,830 --> 00:45:51,248 Well, how did this happen? 870 00:45:51,248 --> 00:45:52,166 I thought you were on the pill. 871 00:45:52,166 --> 00:45:54,543 - I know, I am. 872 00:45:54,543 --> 00:45:59,006 I guess we're part of that rare 0.9%. 873 00:45:59,006 --> 00:46:00,090 It's called a happy accident. 874 00:46:00,090 --> 00:46:01,967 - No, no, no, there's nothing happy about this. 875 00:46:01,967 --> 00:46:03,385 I'm not ready to be a father. 876 00:46:04,386 --> 00:46:07,848 - I mean, are you ever ready? 877 00:46:07,848 --> 00:46:10,184 Listen, you're gonna be an amazing father. 878 00:46:10,184 --> 00:46:11,602 - Yeah, let me rephrase that. 879 00:46:11,602 --> 00:46:13,187 I don't wanna be a father. 880 00:46:13,187 --> 00:46:15,856 Okay, you can't have this baby. 881 00:46:16,815 --> 00:46:18,567 - What? No. 882 00:46:18,567 --> 00:46:21,403 - Sarah, you can't have this baby. 883 00:46:23,572 --> 00:46:25,240 - I thought you'd be happy. 884 00:46:28,869 --> 00:46:30,788 - You believe in the right to choose, right? 885 00:46:31,914 --> 00:46:33,749 - Of course. - Yeah, right. 886 00:46:33,749 --> 00:46:36,335 So do I and I choose for you not to have this baby. 887 00:46:36,335 --> 00:46:39,505 - I'm sorry, it doesn't work that way. 888 00:46:39,505 --> 00:46:40,672 - What do you mean? 889 00:46:40,672 --> 00:46:42,341 You know what this is bullshit. 890 00:46:42,341 --> 00:46:43,175 - Stop it. 891 00:46:46,887 --> 00:46:49,056 (sobbing) 892 00:47:09,743 --> 00:47:11,787 - Hey. - Don't touch me. 893 00:47:11,787 --> 00:47:15,457 I'm sorry, I didn't mean to yell. 894 00:47:15,457 --> 00:47:18,585 Just sit down, we'll talk. 895 00:47:21,046 --> 00:47:21,964 - Stop. - Okay. 896 00:47:31,181 --> 00:47:36,186 Listen, do you know why I fell in love with you? 897 00:47:39,314 --> 00:47:44,194 Because you're smart, you're talented, you're beautiful 898 00:47:46,905 --> 00:47:48,657 and you're the sweetest person in the world, 899 00:47:48,657 --> 00:47:49,950 everything that I'm not. 900 00:47:52,286 --> 00:47:54,329 - Don't say that. - No, it's true. 901 00:47:55,372 --> 00:47:58,250 Being around you makes me a better person. 902 00:48:03,589 --> 00:48:05,007 The first night I saw you, 903 00:48:05,007 --> 00:48:06,717 pirouetting on that stage. 904 00:48:08,719 --> 00:48:11,763 I said to myself, I have to meet this angel. 905 00:48:13,223 --> 00:48:14,558 And not only did it meet you, 906 00:48:14,558 --> 00:48:16,018 but we fell in love with each other. 907 00:48:16,018 --> 00:48:18,896 I mean, how that happened, I'll never know. 908 00:48:20,022 --> 00:48:22,983 (laughing) 909 00:48:22,983 --> 00:48:25,527 - You can be pretty charming, sometimes. 910 00:48:31,825 --> 00:48:36,788 - Look, the future is super bright for us, Sara 911 00:48:37,039 --> 00:48:39,124 and I'm telling you soon enough, 912 00:48:39,124 --> 00:48:42,252 we're gonna get married and we're gonna start a family. 913 00:48:45,005 --> 00:48:46,965 But now is just not the right time. 914 00:48:49,051 --> 00:48:52,304 And I promise you, I promise you 915 00:48:52,304 --> 00:48:54,181 that there's gonna be plenty of more chances 916 00:48:54,181 --> 00:48:55,474 for us to start a family. 917 00:48:59,811 --> 00:49:04,733 Please, I'm begging you to do this one thing for me. 918 00:49:06,652 --> 00:49:10,739 I'm just not ready to be a father. 919 00:49:15,035 --> 00:49:16,370 - Why did we even sign that stupid piece of paper. 920 00:49:16,370 --> 00:49:17,788 Now we're all stuck here. 921 00:49:18,789 --> 00:49:21,750 - Because we're all innocent. 922 00:49:23,126 --> 00:49:24,419 - You know, there was something weird 923 00:49:24,419 --> 00:49:26,463 that happened when I was in there though. 924 00:49:27,464 --> 00:49:28,298 - What? 925 00:49:29,591 --> 00:49:30,884 - I was trying to explain to him 926 00:49:30,884 --> 00:49:33,095 that I would do anything for the people that I loved. 927 00:49:33,095 --> 00:49:36,598 I asked him if he would, all of a sudden, he flipped out. 928 00:49:37,975 --> 00:49:40,560 - Are you thinking he's distracted by something? 929 00:49:40,560 --> 00:49:42,229 - That's exactly what I'm saying. 930 00:49:43,480 --> 00:49:45,190 I'm just not sure what it is. 931 00:49:49,152 --> 00:49:51,780 - Excuse me, guard. - What are you doing? 932 00:49:54,866 --> 00:49:56,868 - I need to make a phone call. 933 00:49:56,868 --> 00:49:57,995 - I'm supposed to let the detectives know 934 00:49:57,995 --> 00:49:59,538 if you plan on calling a lawyer. 935 00:49:59,538 --> 00:50:02,958 - I'm not calling a lawyer, I'm calling my assistant. 936 00:50:02,958 --> 00:50:04,501 I do own a business. 937 00:50:13,010 --> 00:50:15,846 Operator, I need to make a collect call. 938 00:50:15,846 --> 00:50:17,597 - I would love to go with you. 939 00:50:17,597 --> 00:50:18,473 Are you kidding me? 940 00:50:18,473 --> 00:50:20,308 Thank you. 941 00:50:20,308 --> 00:50:22,436 Oh my God, can you hold on for one second. 942 00:50:22,436 --> 00:50:23,895 I just have to hold on, okay. 943 00:50:25,439 --> 00:50:27,524 Joan's advertising. - Alice, it's me. 944 00:50:28,442 --> 00:50:30,652 - Hey, are you doing okay? - Stop talking. 945 00:50:30,652 --> 00:50:33,447 - How did you not know this? 946 00:50:33,447 --> 00:50:35,490 - Sara never mentioned. 947 00:50:35,490 --> 00:50:38,785 - I know, but why didn't she mention it? 948 00:50:38,785 --> 00:50:42,664 - Easy, your motive to focus on her. 949 00:50:44,207 --> 00:50:45,167 - Maybe. 950 00:50:45,167 --> 00:50:47,794 - Humiliation, embarrassment, regret, 951 00:50:47,794 --> 00:50:49,796 self-loathing, take your pick. 952 00:50:50,630 --> 00:50:53,258 No offense, gentlemen, but you got a big fat zero 953 00:50:53,258 --> 00:50:56,720 on trying to figure out how a woman deals with an abortion. 954 00:50:56,720 --> 00:51:01,725 This self-doubt alone could haunt her for years. 955 00:51:01,767 --> 00:51:04,269 - How long does it take to get over something like that. 956 00:51:04,269 --> 00:51:07,147 - Okay, just focus on the big picture. 957 00:51:07,147 --> 00:51:09,566 Ask yourself what is the number one cause 958 00:51:09,566 --> 00:51:12,611 for murder investigation in the last 10 years? 959 00:51:12,611 --> 00:51:13,445 - Money. 960 00:51:14,613 --> 00:51:17,032 - Let me know when you have any updates. 961 00:51:17,032 --> 00:51:18,325 - Will do. 962 00:51:18,325 --> 00:51:23,330 - Oh, and gentlemen, you never get over it. 963 00:51:30,045 --> 00:51:31,296 - Okay Duke, let's assess where we are. 964 00:51:31,296 --> 00:51:33,465 All right, what do we know? 965 00:51:33,465 --> 00:51:35,675 I know that somebody gets their throat slashed 966 00:51:35,675 --> 00:51:36,718 and stabbed 17 times. 967 00:51:36,718 --> 00:51:39,304 Odds are pretty good that they know their attacker. 968 00:51:39,304 --> 00:51:42,182 However, we have one suspect, Karen who doesn't care. 969 00:51:42,182 --> 00:51:44,059 Sara, she cares too much 970 00:51:44,059 --> 00:51:45,435 and even though she said she didn't do it, 971 00:51:45,435 --> 00:51:46,937 Cassandra, she wants to throw a party 972 00:51:46,937 --> 00:51:48,396 now that it happened. 973 00:51:48,396 --> 00:51:50,774 - Now you go a taste of I've been dealing with. 974 00:51:51,775 --> 00:51:53,151 - Can you do me a favor. 975 00:51:54,111 --> 00:51:55,612 Before you bring Ms. Jones back in, 976 00:51:55,612 --> 00:51:57,614 can you give me the transcript of the interview he did 977 00:51:57,614 --> 00:52:00,450 with Sara Dobson and the first time you brought her in? 978 00:52:00,450 --> 00:52:03,453 - You got it. - Yeah, thanks. 979 00:52:06,540 --> 00:52:08,333 - Oh man, that is terrible. 980 00:52:13,421 --> 00:52:14,256 Who? 981 00:52:15,632 --> 00:52:16,633 So which one of you went to the movies 982 00:52:16,633 --> 00:52:17,926 the night John Was killed? 983 00:52:18,885 --> 00:52:20,053 - Hell if I know. 984 00:52:21,012 --> 00:52:22,973 As I said, I was having dinner 985 00:52:22,973 --> 00:52:24,808 at my assistant Alice's house. 986 00:52:24,808 --> 00:52:25,642 - Oh, that's right. 987 00:52:25,642 --> 00:52:27,018 No one else saw you, right? 988 00:52:29,813 --> 00:52:32,732 - When's the last time you went to the movies, detective? 989 00:52:33,733 --> 00:52:36,987 Actually, when's the last time you did much of anything? 990 00:52:37,904 --> 00:52:40,157 Word on the street is that you've been off the job 991 00:52:40,157 --> 00:52:42,242 for the last two years. 992 00:52:45,203 --> 00:52:47,330 - We're not talking about me. 993 00:52:47,330 --> 00:52:48,665 What are you afraid of, detective? 994 00:52:48,665 --> 00:52:49,666 - I'm not afraid of anything. 995 00:52:49,666 --> 00:52:50,500 - Well, then let me speak. 996 00:52:51,334 --> 00:52:52,335 Who knows, detective? 997 00:52:52,335 --> 00:52:56,882 I might just reveal something to you and not even know it. 998 00:53:03,847 --> 00:53:08,852 Christmas Eve, 2017, Molly and Jessica Keating 999 00:53:10,020 --> 00:53:11,980 driving down Pacific coast highway 1000 00:53:12,856 --> 00:53:15,734 when a car jumped the median, hit them. 1001 00:53:18,236 --> 00:53:19,571 Both were killed instantly. 1002 00:53:22,407 --> 00:53:25,285 - Don't you talk about my wife and daughter. 1003 00:53:25,285 --> 00:53:28,121 Apparently the driver of the car swerved 1004 00:53:28,121 --> 00:53:31,541 when some tunnel piping fell off the truck in front of him. 1005 00:53:31,541 --> 00:53:34,044 He should've swerved right, 1006 00:53:34,044 --> 00:53:36,713 but unfortunately he swerved left. 1007 00:53:36,713 --> 00:53:39,216 - You have no right to talk about my wife and daughter. 1008 00:53:39,216 --> 00:53:40,383 - Temper, temper, detective. 1009 00:53:40,383 --> 00:53:42,802 You don't want to bias the investigation, 1010 00:53:42,802 --> 00:53:44,137 making it personal. 1011 00:53:45,305 --> 00:53:49,351 But of course, how could it not be personal 1012 00:53:49,351 --> 00:53:51,269 when the driver's name was John Davis? 1013 00:53:53,605 --> 00:53:54,522 - Oh Jesus. 1014 00:53:56,733 --> 00:53:59,152 - You have and idea what I've been through. 1015 00:53:59,152 --> 00:54:02,697 - Ruled an accident, my ex-boyfriend walked free, 1016 00:54:03,657 --> 00:54:06,117 your wife and daughter are dead. 1017 00:54:06,952 --> 00:54:09,621 And yet you sit in front of me and tell me, 1018 00:54:09,621 --> 00:54:12,374 you can be unbiased? 1019 00:54:13,541 --> 00:54:16,127 - You don't think that when I heard John Davis was dead, 1020 00:54:16,127 --> 00:54:19,005 part of me felt awesome? 1021 00:54:19,005 --> 00:54:20,507 Wouldn't be human if I didn't. 1022 00:54:21,716 --> 00:54:22,968 But this is my job. 1023 00:54:24,052 --> 00:54:25,679 This is what I do. 1024 00:54:25,679 --> 00:54:26,763 I solve murder cases 1025 00:54:26,763 --> 00:54:29,808 and you're not gonna turn this into a shit show. 1026 00:54:29,808 --> 00:54:30,642 - As far as I'm concerned, 1027 00:54:30,642 --> 00:54:32,811 this whole investigation is a shit show. 1028 00:54:34,271 --> 00:54:36,147 Be honest detective. 1029 00:54:37,315 --> 00:54:39,442 Aren't you glad he's dead? 1030 00:54:41,987 --> 00:54:43,154 - Oh no, don't. 1031 00:54:43,154 --> 00:54:44,447 - Maybe you killed him? 1032 00:54:46,950 --> 00:54:49,703 You say it's personal, detective. 1033 00:54:50,704 --> 00:54:51,788 Personal to whom? 1034 00:54:54,916 --> 00:54:56,918 (screaming) 1035 00:54:56,918 --> 00:54:58,003 - You want personal? 1036 00:54:58,003 --> 00:54:59,671 You really want personal? 1037 00:54:59,671 --> 00:55:02,340 Bring up my wife and daughter again and I'll kill you. 1038 00:55:02,340 --> 00:55:03,675 - Scott! Stop! 1039 00:55:03,675 --> 00:55:05,135 What are you doing? 1040 00:55:05,135 --> 00:55:05,969 Get her out of here. 1041 00:55:05,969 --> 00:55:06,928 - The man threatened to kill me. 1042 00:55:06,928 --> 00:55:09,180 I don't care what I signed, I want my lawyer. 1043 00:55:11,766 --> 00:55:13,101 - What happened to my phone call? 1044 00:55:13,101 --> 00:55:15,020 - Why don't you take a few minutes and calm down. 1045 00:55:15,020 --> 00:55:18,315 - How can you sit by and be replaced 1046 00:55:18,315 --> 00:55:20,233 by somebody so incompetent? 1047 00:55:21,359 --> 00:55:22,736 Did you see him in there? 1048 00:55:24,279 --> 00:55:25,447 He's falling apart. 1049 00:55:25,447 --> 00:55:27,365 - There's no way to justify the way he behaved. 1050 00:55:27,365 --> 00:55:28,533 - What happened, Karen? 1051 00:55:29,492 --> 00:55:31,077 - Why don't you give it a break? 1052 00:55:32,495 --> 00:55:34,706 John ever tell you about the accident he had 1053 00:55:34,706 --> 00:55:36,207 a couple of years ago? 1054 00:55:36,207 --> 00:55:38,543 The one that killed two people. 1055 00:55:38,543 --> 00:55:40,628 - Yeah, he told me. 1056 00:55:40,628 --> 00:55:43,256 - Yeah, the one on Christmas Eve, right? 1057 00:55:43,256 --> 00:55:44,799 - Turns out the victims 1058 00:55:45,925 --> 00:55:48,720 were the detective's wife and daughter. 1059 00:55:48,720 --> 00:55:49,554 - What? - Yeah. 1060 00:55:50,764 --> 00:55:53,433 - He's the one that's investigating this case? 1061 00:55:53,433 --> 00:55:56,561 - No, you can question him all you want. 1062 00:55:56,561 --> 00:55:59,939 This guy's never wrong, ever. 1063 00:55:59,939 --> 00:56:00,982 - Come on, detective. 1064 00:56:02,150 --> 00:56:04,569 You know, we're all innocent. 1065 00:56:06,071 --> 00:56:09,783 - You may not be guilty, but no one in here is innocent. 1066 00:56:15,830 --> 00:56:19,125 (breathing heavily) 1067 00:56:19,125 --> 00:56:19,959 - Get out! 1068 00:56:33,765 --> 00:56:36,434 Whatever you're thinking about doing, don't. 1069 00:56:38,144 --> 00:56:39,896 - What am I thinking about doing? 1070 00:56:39,896 --> 00:56:43,108 - If you think about telling Diane what happened, don't. 1071 00:56:43,108 --> 00:56:44,567 She'll take me off the case. 1072 00:56:44,567 --> 00:56:47,570 Look, I know I screwed up in there. 1073 00:56:50,490 --> 00:56:53,701 - I told you in the very beginning that I was a cop first. 1074 00:56:56,704 --> 00:56:58,206 Hey man, you blew up. 1075 00:56:58,206 --> 00:56:58,998 It happens. 1076 00:57:02,043 --> 00:57:03,336 But come on, man. 1077 00:57:03,336 --> 00:57:04,754 She baited you good. 1078 00:57:06,756 --> 00:57:07,924 - I guess she did, huh? 1079 00:57:13,847 --> 00:57:15,390 - As long as you're not drinking on the job, 1080 00:57:15,390 --> 00:57:17,725 which was clearly not because I would know, 1081 00:57:17,725 --> 00:57:19,185 I have nothing to tell Diane. 1082 00:57:21,187 --> 00:57:22,021 - Thanks, Duke. 1083 00:57:27,152 --> 00:57:28,653 - Who you got coming in next? 1084 00:57:28,653 --> 00:57:30,905 - Got a video conference with Francine Davis. 1085 00:57:32,323 --> 00:57:35,160 Gotta find out what her relationship with their son was. 1086 00:57:36,995 --> 00:57:39,247 - I tell you what, why don't I handle that one? 1087 00:57:40,957 --> 00:57:42,375 - What, in front of Diane? 1088 00:57:42,375 --> 00:57:43,960 - You need to chill. 1089 00:57:43,960 --> 00:57:45,795 Maybe you'll see something watching that 1090 00:57:45,795 --> 00:57:47,714 you wouldn't conducting the interview. 1091 00:57:48,631 --> 00:57:51,593 When we resume with the ladies, you'll be back in the room. 1092 00:57:54,846 --> 00:57:55,680 - Okay. 1093 00:57:58,766 --> 00:57:59,601 - Good. 1094 00:58:03,480 --> 00:58:05,899 - Ms. Davis, I can't tell you how much I appreciate this. 1095 00:58:05,899 --> 00:58:07,525 It should only take a few minutes. 1096 00:58:07,525 --> 00:58:09,277 - Good call letting Duke take this. 1097 00:58:10,403 --> 00:58:12,572 - Ms. Davis, did you know Karen Jones, 1098 00:58:12,572 --> 00:58:15,116 Cassandra King or Sara Dobson personally? 1099 00:58:16,075 --> 00:58:17,118 - No, I didn't. 1100 00:58:17,118 --> 00:58:19,245 John and I didn't see each other very often, 1101 00:58:19,245 --> 00:58:21,539 so I never had the chance to meet them. 1102 00:58:21,539 --> 00:58:23,500 However, I did speak on the phone 1103 00:58:23,500 --> 00:58:25,418 from time to time with Sara. 1104 00:58:25,418 --> 00:58:27,754 - And did any of them attend the funeral? 1105 00:58:27,754 --> 00:58:30,215 - No, I held the service here in Florida. 1106 00:58:30,215 --> 00:58:32,258 So none of them attended. 1107 00:58:32,258 --> 00:58:35,512 - How would you characterize your relationship with John? 1108 00:58:35,512 --> 00:58:37,180 - What do you mean by that? 1109 00:58:38,348 --> 00:58:39,224 - Was it a good relationship? 1110 00:58:39,224 --> 00:58:40,558 Did you get along? 1111 00:58:40,558 --> 00:58:41,935 Did you see each other often? 1112 00:58:41,935 --> 00:58:45,813 - I guess I'd say we got along pretty normally. 1113 00:58:46,856 --> 00:58:48,233 The last time I saw John, 1114 00:58:48,233 --> 00:58:50,944 was at the reading of my husband's will, 1115 00:58:50,944 --> 00:58:52,403 about two years ago. 1116 00:58:56,115 --> 00:58:57,825 - Sorry, I'm late. 1117 00:58:57,825 --> 00:59:01,204 My secretary is out having a root canal. 1118 00:59:02,080 --> 00:59:04,374 - It's nice of you to show up. 1119 00:59:04,374 --> 00:59:05,875 - Don't listen to him, Anthony. 1120 00:59:05,875 --> 00:59:07,877 It's fine. - Shut up, Francine. 1121 00:59:09,879 --> 00:59:13,424 - Before we get to it, I would like to say a few things. 1122 00:59:13,424 --> 00:59:15,969 - That's cool, but can you make a quick. 1123 00:59:15,969 --> 00:59:17,971 - John, please show some respect. 1124 00:59:19,472 --> 00:59:22,767 - I've known Howard now for almost 30 years. 1125 00:59:24,561 --> 00:59:27,438 I mean he was the best mentor and friend 1126 00:59:27,438 --> 00:59:30,817 that I could have possibly hoped for. 1127 00:59:30,817 --> 00:59:34,487 When I interviewed to work here, right here, 1128 00:59:34,487 --> 00:59:36,614 really right out of law school, 1129 00:59:37,448 --> 00:59:40,159 I mean, Howard took me to lunch 1130 00:59:40,159 --> 00:59:43,871 and he made me drink three martinis with him. 1131 00:59:45,123 --> 00:59:46,958 And then he asked me if I would do 1132 00:59:46,958 --> 00:59:49,836 a five-minute closing argument 1133 00:59:49,836 --> 00:59:53,756 overturning Plessy versus Ferguson, 1896 1134 00:59:53,756 --> 00:59:58,261 would be known now as Brown vs. Board of education, 1954. 1135 00:59:58,261 --> 01:00:01,222 I mean I'm half of the bag and I give it a shot. 1136 01:00:01,222 --> 01:00:04,017 And a week later, I get the job. 1137 01:00:04,851 --> 01:00:07,562 And a month later, I asked Howard, 1138 01:00:07,562 --> 01:00:11,566 I said, "Howard," I said, "why did you make me do that?" 1139 01:00:12,442 --> 01:00:15,570 And he says, and I quote, he said, 1140 01:00:15,570 --> 01:00:19,365 "Anthony, I have landed more clients 1141 01:00:19,365 --> 01:00:23,661 "and I have billed more clients at lunch meetings, 1142 01:00:23,661 --> 01:00:24,662 "drinking martinis." 1143 01:00:25,538 --> 01:00:26,748 (laughing) 1144 01:00:26,748 --> 01:00:28,791 And he said you may or may not be a good lawyer, 1145 01:00:28,791 --> 01:00:30,376 but if you're gonna work for me 1146 01:00:30,376 --> 01:00:32,962 I've got to know that you're gonna be at your best, 1147 01:00:32,962 --> 01:00:34,464 no matter how many drinks in. 1148 01:00:36,090 --> 01:00:37,800 - That was my Howard. 1149 01:00:37,800 --> 01:00:39,260 (laughing) 1150 01:00:39,260 --> 01:00:40,094 - Yeah, that's a nice story. 1151 01:00:40,094 --> 01:00:41,804 Now, can we get on with the, you know. 1152 01:00:41,804 --> 01:00:44,015 - I hope he gave you nothing. 1153 01:00:44,015 --> 01:00:45,600 You can't even mourn correctly. 1154 01:00:45,600 --> 01:00:47,727 You are disgrace to his memory. 1155 01:00:47,727 --> 01:00:48,561 - Yeah, whatever. 1156 01:00:51,022 --> 01:00:51,856 - Please continue. - Sure. 1157 01:00:51,856 --> 01:00:54,359 Maybe we should just get to it. 1158 01:00:56,611 --> 01:00:58,696 - All right, let's take a look. 1159 01:01:02,283 --> 01:01:04,619 To the love of my life, Francine, 1160 01:01:06,788 --> 01:01:11,793 I leave all my assets, the house, the car, the boat, 1161 01:01:12,460 --> 01:01:13,920 our summer home in Key West. 1162 01:01:13,920 --> 01:01:14,754 - Oh, come on. 1163 01:01:17,256 --> 01:01:20,677 - Now, as far as any financial assets, 1164 01:01:20,677 --> 01:01:22,929 I've set aside $7 million. 1165 01:01:22,929 --> 01:01:27,225 five million to be paid to my wife, Francine immediately 1166 01:01:27,225 --> 01:01:31,104 and on his 50th birthday, my son, John Davis 1167 01:01:31,104 --> 01:01:34,399 shall receive the remaining $2 million. 1168 01:01:34,399 --> 01:01:35,400 - Fuck yeah. 1169 01:01:38,319 --> 01:01:40,947 - It is my hope that by the age of 50, 1170 01:01:40,947 --> 01:01:43,282 John will have found his purpose in life 1171 01:01:43,282 --> 01:01:45,201 and this money will secure his future. 1172 01:01:45,201 --> 01:01:47,370 But I must be clear, he says. 1173 01:01:48,663 --> 01:01:51,999 I just channeled Howard's finger. 1174 01:01:51,999 --> 01:01:52,834 - My Howie. 1175 01:01:55,128 --> 01:01:57,296 - Not one penny shall be dispersed to my son 1176 01:01:57,296 --> 01:01:58,840 at any time before 50. 1177 01:01:58,840 --> 01:02:02,135 Any financial assets North of the $7 million 1178 01:02:02,135 --> 01:02:03,886 will go to cover legal expenses 1179 01:02:03,886 --> 01:02:07,598 and the remainder donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. 1180 01:02:08,850 --> 01:02:10,184 And that's it. 1181 01:02:11,728 --> 01:02:14,856 - God, if he had known what type of person 1182 01:02:14,856 --> 01:02:18,025 you'd become he never would have given you that money. 1183 01:02:18,025 --> 01:02:20,319 - Fuck off Francine, I'm rich. 1184 01:02:20,319 --> 01:02:23,239 Anthony, see you in two years. 1185 01:02:27,410 --> 01:02:28,244 - Okay. 1186 01:02:29,412 --> 01:02:31,038 - So all in all, you would say 1187 01:02:31,038 --> 01:02:33,541 it was a pretty good relationship. 1188 01:02:33,541 --> 01:02:37,336 - Yes, absolutely. - Thank you for your help. 1189 01:02:37,336 --> 01:02:40,631 - Please get justice for my son. 1190 01:02:45,636 --> 01:02:47,346 - Good job, Duke. - Really? 1191 01:02:48,473 --> 01:02:50,850 I don't think we learned anything. 1192 01:02:50,850 --> 01:02:51,684 - Thoughts? 1193 01:02:53,060 --> 01:02:53,895 - And I'm gonna need to see 1194 01:02:53,895 --> 01:02:55,354 the security footage from the theater 1195 01:02:55,354 --> 01:02:58,566 and I need Cassandra King in for five minutes. 1196 01:03:02,987 --> 01:03:05,072 - Not nice to keep a lady waiting. 1197 01:03:05,072 --> 01:03:06,115 - Yeah, I'm sorry. 1198 01:03:06,115 --> 01:03:06,949 Sorry about that. 1199 01:03:07,992 --> 01:03:09,410 Important call, really had to take it. 1200 01:03:10,620 --> 01:03:12,955 - Heard there were a lot of fireworks earlier. 1201 01:03:14,248 --> 01:03:16,918 - It's a heck of a coincidence, huh detective. 1202 01:03:16,918 --> 01:03:19,045 - So the night John was killed, 1203 01:03:19,045 --> 01:03:23,925 you were at the bar in the back office doing paperwork. 1204 01:03:23,925 --> 01:03:26,761 - I was. - Who was bartending? 1205 01:03:26,761 --> 01:03:27,804 - Milo. 1206 01:03:27,804 --> 01:03:29,847 He's been with me for about four years. 1207 01:03:29,847 --> 01:03:32,308 A great employee, very trustworthy. 1208 01:03:32,308 --> 01:03:35,019 - You fell asleep there, waking up there in the morning. 1209 01:03:35,019 --> 01:03:38,731 - Look, we've already been through this like 20 times, yes. 1210 01:03:38,731 --> 01:03:41,609 - And Milo saw you, but didn't wake up. 1211 01:03:41,609 --> 01:03:43,361 - It happens all the time. 1212 01:03:43,361 --> 01:03:44,904 That's why he's got his own set of keys. 1213 01:03:44,904 --> 01:03:46,572 He closes up for me. 1214 01:03:46,572 --> 01:03:49,575 - And the camera's in the bar, in the back office 1215 01:03:49,575 --> 01:03:51,202 they weren't working because? 1216 01:03:51,202 --> 01:03:54,121 - Because they're fake, they never have. 1217 01:03:54,121 --> 01:03:56,666 - How convenient for you? - Not really. 1218 01:03:56,666 --> 01:03:58,918 If they were working, I wouldn't be sitting here with you. 1219 01:03:58,918 --> 01:04:02,588 I'd be at home playing with my dog or working at the bar, 1220 01:04:02,588 --> 01:04:04,215 or you know, living my life. 1221 01:04:04,215 --> 01:04:05,174 - Oh, I love dogs. 1222 01:04:05,174 --> 01:04:08,135 What kind do you have? - A rescue. 1223 01:04:09,095 --> 01:04:11,430 Pit bull mix, Sheba. 1224 01:04:13,349 --> 01:04:15,768 What kind do you have? - I don't have a dog. 1225 01:04:18,521 --> 01:04:21,357 It's the night John was killed. 1226 01:04:24,986 --> 01:04:28,781 It's the knife. You never bought a military grade knife. 1227 01:04:28,781 --> 01:04:33,786 - No. - Guard, please let him in. 1228 01:04:39,667 --> 01:04:40,501 How are you, sir? 1229 01:04:40,501 --> 01:04:41,627 Thank you for taking the time to come down. 1230 01:04:41,627 --> 01:04:42,753 - My pleasure. 1231 01:04:42,753 --> 01:04:46,299 - For the record, could you state your name. 1232 01:04:46,299 --> 01:04:47,842 - Dan Dooley. 1233 01:04:47,842 --> 01:04:49,343 - And what is it you do for living Mr. Dooley? 1234 01:04:49,343 --> 01:04:51,762 - I run a sporting goods store in Studio City, California. 1235 01:04:51,762 --> 01:04:52,847 You should stop by sometime. 1236 01:04:52,847 --> 01:04:54,891 We'll give you a discount. - Okay, fantastic. 1237 01:04:54,891 --> 01:04:56,434 And you guys are doing well. - Oh, excellent. 1238 01:04:56,434 --> 01:04:58,269 I mean 3 million in sales last year. 1239 01:04:58,269 --> 01:05:00,438 We're about to open up a new store in Arcadia. 1240 01:05:00,438 --> 01:05:01,772 - Congratulations. - Thank you. 1241 01:05:01,772 --> 01:05:03,065 - And can you say for the record, 1242 01:05:03,065 --> 01:05:06,193 whether or not you recognize the woman sitting here today? 1243 01:05:06,193 --> 01:05:07,403 - Absolutely, sure do. 1244 01:05:07,403 --> 01:05:09,322 She came in and bought a knife a couple of months back. 1245 01:05:09,322 --> 01:05:11,657 - With the store having that much business, 1246 01:05:11,657 --> 01:05:13,618 how are you certain that this woman here came in- 1247 01:05:13,618 --> 01:05:15,411 - This is ridiculous, all right. 1248 01:05:15,411 --> 01:05:16,621 - Are you kidding? 1249 01:05:16,621 --> 01:05:18,539 I mean, do you know how many women that look like her 1250 01:05:18,539 --> 01:05:19,916 come into my store? 1251 01:05:19,916 --> 01:05:21,208 I didn't wait on her personally. 1252 01:05:21,208 --> 01:05:22,501 One of my employees did. 1253 01:05:22,501 --> 01:05:24,295 And of course with those types of knives, 1254 01:05:24,295 --> 01:05:26,047 we have to do a little bit of checks, 1255 01:05:26,047 --> 01:05:29,050 make sure that not on parole, probation, that type of thing. 1256 01:05:29,050 --> 01:05:31,427 And so when she came back in to pick up the knife, 1257 01:05:31,427 --> 01:05:32,261 she had to deal with me 1258 01:05:32,261 --> 01:05:34,472 because she had to sign the paperwork. 1259 01:05:34,472 --> 01:05:35,765 - So you are 100% certain 1260 01:05:35,765 --> 01:05:38,935 that this young lady brought a knife off him. 1261 01:05:38,935 --> 01:05:41,437 - Oh, absolutely. - This is ridiculous. 1262 01:05:42,855 --> 01:05:44,607 - Thank you very for coming down, Dan. 1263 01:05:44,607 --> 01:05:46,442 - My pleasure. - All right. 1264 01:05:46,442 --> 01:05:48,653 - But sir, was that the only thing I bought? 1265 01:05:49,779 --> 01:05:51,948 - Yeah, I think so. - Think harder. 1266 01:05:53,532 --> 01:05:55,242 - That's right. 1267 01:05:55,242 --> 01:05:58,913 She bought a lockbox, a very expensive one, too. 1268 01:05:58,913 --> 01:05:59,789 - That's right. 1269 01:05:59,789 --> 01:06:03,584 I left and I came back and I asked you about the lockbox 1270 01:06:03,584 --> 01:06:06,003 and I bought the exact one you recommended. 1271 01:06:06,003 --> 01:06:07,213 - That's right, I remember now. 1272 01:06:07,213 --> 01:06:09,507 And let me tell you, beautiful product. 1273 01:06:09,507 --> 01:06:11,008 You should probably get one for yourself. 1274 01:06:11,008 --> 01:06:13,219 - And if you check UPS International Shipping, 1275 01:06:13,219 --> 01:06:15,471 you'll see that I believe next week, 1276 01:06:15,471 --> 01:06:18,307 I sent it to my son overseas. 1277 01:06:18,307 --> 01:06:21,018 I'm telling you, no matter what you think, 1278 01:06:21,018 --> 01:06:22,979 I didn't kill anyone. 1279 01:06:26,607 --> 01:06:27,483 - Thank you, Dan. 1280 01:06:27,483 --> 01:06:28,317 You can go. 1281 01:06:34,949 --> 01:06:36,367 - Well, it checks out. 1282 01:06:37,660 --> 01:06:40,162 She sent it 10 days later, 1283 01:06:40,162 --> 01:06:45,167 but she sent it. Corporal Santos signed for the package. 1284 01:06:45,584 --> 01:06:47,336 - Yeah, you know what, you were right, Duke. 1285 01:06:47,336 --> 01:06:50,089 I now understand your frustration with this case. 1286 01:06:51,132 --> 01:06:52,675 All my experiences as a detective, 1287 01:06:52,675 --> 01:06:55,886 I know one of them did it, but like you said, 1288 01:06:55,886 --> 01:06:57,680 this thing is all over the map. 1289 01:06:59,765 --> 01:07:01,559 Any suggestions you have, I'll take. 1290 01:07:05,980 --> 01:07:06,814 - Well, you know, 1291 01:07:07,857 --> 01:07:11,277 we've been focusing on attacking their credibility, 1292 01:07:11,277 --> 01:07:13,904 asking them a bunch of questions, trying to trip them up. 1293 01:07:13,904 --> 01:07:18,117 But if you asked me, my money's on Cassandra King. 1294 01:07:20,494 --> 01:07:21,912 - Yeah, I think I'm with you. 1295 01:07:22,788 --> 01:07:25,666 I mean, Sarah would not kill somebody like this 1296 01:07:25,666 --> 01:07:26,792 and Karen, she wouldn't do it herself. 1297 01:07:26,792 --> 01:07:28,044 She'd hired somebody. 1298 01:07:28,044 --> 01:07:28,878 - So let's go with that. 1299 01:07:28,878 --> 01:07:30,004 We'll connect the dots. 1300 01:07:30,004 --> 01:07:31,714 Let us squirm until she confesses. 1301 01:07:31,714 --> 01:07:34,425 Look, she had access to the knife, 1302 01:07:34,425 --> 01:07:37,094 he owed her money and she sure as hell had the hate. 1303 01:07:37,094 --> 01:07:38,262 - Yeah, but the knife was shipped off 1304 01:07:38,262 --> 01:07:39,430 weeks before the murder. 1305 01:07:40,431 --> 01:07:41,974 - Yeah, there's that of course. 1306 01:07:44,435 --> 01:07:45,227 - Detectives. 1307 01:07:47,354 --> 01:07:49,065 - Here's the transcript you asked for. 1308 01:07:49,065 --> 01:07:52,068 - Thank you, thank you, thank you. 1309 01:07:52,068 --> 01:07:53,652 - Got the Sara Dobson interview? 1310 01:07:53,652 --> 01:07:54,487 - Yeah. 1311 01:07:56,447 --> 01:07:57,782 You know what it gets me though 1312 01:07:57,782 --> 01:08:01,494 is that why she paid $1,500 for that knife? 1313 01:08:01,494 --> 01:08:03,329 - That's how much they cost? 1314 01:08:03,329 --> 01:08:07,333 - No, because I call five different sporting goods stores, 1315 01:08:07,333 --> 01:08:10,211 including Dan's to get comparative price. 1316 01:08:10,211 --> 01:08:13,047 So the high end was $549... 1317 01:08:13,047 --> 01:08:16,801 (tense music) 1318 01:08:20,054 --> 01:08:21,806 - The manufacturer had an option for a custom handle 1319 01:08:21,806 --> 01:08:24,350 that would favor a left-handed or right-handed. 1320 01:08:25,768 --> 01:08:27,686 That knife cost $1,500. 1321 01:08:30,439 --> 01:08:32,233 - Boom. - What? 1322 01:08:35,486 --> 01:08:37,738 (laughing) 1323 01:08:39,073 --> 01:08:39,907 What? 1324 01:08:41,742 --> 01:08:44,078 - I want to tell you a little story 1325 01:08:44,078 --> 01:08:47,957 and when I'm done, one of you is not going home. 1326 01:08:48,958 --> 01:08:50,751 - Is it time to call my lawyer? 1327 01:08:50,751 --> 01:08:54,046 - No, they'll be time a little bit later, but like I said, 1328 01:08:55,548 --> 01:08:57,758 I'm just gonna tell you a little story. 1329 01:08:57,758 --> 01:08:58,884 - Then get on with it. 1330 01:08:59,969 --> 01:09:01,095 - I first wanna say 1331 01:09:01,095 --> 01:09:02,972 I know that John Davis, 1332 01:09:02,972 --> 01:09:06,559 he was no boy scout, 1333 01:09:07,560 --> 01:09:12,565 but nobody deserved to be killed as savagely as he was. 1334 01:09:14,191 --> 01:09:18,612 Now first Karen Jones, I want to... Ms. Jones, 1335 01:09:18,612 --> 01:09:20,114 I first want to apologize. 1336 01:09:22,074 --> 01:09:24,994 I said a couple things that I shouldn't have, and I'm sorry. 1337 01:09:24,994 --> 01:09:27,329 - Apology accepted. 1338 01:09:27,329 --> 01:09:29,248 - Karen, you were married to Michael Jones 1339 01:09:29,248 --> 01:09:31,542 for eight years before divorcing him 1340 01:09:31,542 --> 01:09:32,585 and reading the court papers 1341 01:09:32,585 --> 01:09:36,130 it was a pretty nasty divorce. 1342 01:09:36,130 --> 01:09:38,966 Even at the gall to ask for spousal support 1343 01:09:38,966 --> 01:09:41,844 after cheating on her with an ex high school girlfriend. 1344 01:09:43,554 --> 01:09:44,471 - What a dick. 1345 01:09:44,471 --> 01:09:46,599 And I don't believe that someone who went through all that 1346 01:09:46,599 --> 01:09:49,852 would what savagely kill someone for cheating on him. 1347 01:09:51,187 --> 01:09:53,731 But I think the thing that got you was 1348 01:09:53,731 --> 01:09:55,774 was that he got away with it. 1349 01:09:55,774 --> 01:09:57,484 He got one over on you. 1350 01:09:59,695 --> 01:10:02,239 And like you said, you wanted to kill someone, 1351 01:10:02,239 --> 01:10:03,073 you wouldn't do it yourself. 1352 01:10:03,073 --> 01:10:04,116 You'd hire somebody. 1353 01:10:05,075 --> 01:10:07,077 - Right, so I can go now, yeah? 1354 01:10:07,077 --> 01:10:11,040 - Now Cassandra. - Bring it. 1355 01:10:11,040 --> 01:10:13,417 - You on the other hand had all the reason. 1356 01:10:13,417 --> 01:10:14,919 Not only was John cheating on you, 1357 01:10:14,919 --> 01:10:17,963 but he also owed you 10 grand. 1358 01:10:17,963 --> 01:10:19,173 And I know you ain't the kind of woman 1359 01:10:19,173 --> 01:10:21,592 that's gonna get played. - Damn straight. 1360 01:10:21,592 --> 01:10:24,553 - Now we know the knife that killed John was military grade 1361 01:10:24,553 --> 01:10:26,430 but we also know the only knife that we know about 1362 01:10:26,430 --> 01:10:28,557 was shipped over to Afghanistan three weeks ago. 1363 01:10:28,557 --> 01:10:30,309 So we're sure that that knife 1364 01:10:30,309 --> 01:10:31,685 could not have been the murder weapon. 1365 01:10:31,685 --> 01:10:34,939 - Finally, that's what I've been telling you all along. 1366 01:10:34,939 --> 01:10:37,483 - But here's the thing. - What? 1367 01:10:37,483 --> 01:10:40,069 - You didn't buy that night for your son. 1368 01:10:40,069 --> 01:10:41,403 - What are you talking about? 1369 01:10:41,403 --> 01:10:43,113 - You may have sent it to him, 1370 01:10:44,865 --> 01:10:46,158 but you bought that knife for John. 1371 01:10:52,623 --> 01:10:53,457 Thank you, Duke. 1372 01:10:54,500 --> 01:10:55,918 Hang out. 1373 01:10:55,918 --> 01:10:57,628 - Go on my son's social media 1374 01:10:57,628 --> 01:11:00,339 and you'll see pictures of that exact knife. 1375 01:11:00,339 --> 01:11:02,925 - You knew John couldn't buy the knife himself 1376 01:11:02,925 --> 01:11:05,970 with his previous record and the conditions of his parole, 1377 01:11:05,970 --> 01:11:07,805 he couldn't buy anything. 1378 01:11:07,805 --> 01:11:11,725 So he gave you $1,500 for a knife that usually costs 500. 1379 01:11:12,601 --> 01:11:14,061 - Why? 1380 01:11:14,061 --> 01:11:16,272 - I guess because it's somebody else's money. 1381 01:11:16,272 --> 01:11:19,525 - No, no, no, because he wanted you 1382 01:11:19,525 --> 01:11:22,194 to get a special made grip for someone left-handed. 1383 01:11:26,573 --> 01:11:28,534 See, Duke just handed of me this photo. 1384 01:11:28,534 --> 01:11:32,288 This is a picture of John, we got from his home. 1385 01:11:33,539 --> 01:11:34,665 You can take a look closer, 1386 01:11:34,665 --> 01:11:37,251 you can see the driver head, notice anything? 1387 01:11:38,127 --> 01:11:40,462 - Yeah, John was a lefty golfer. 1388 01:11:40,462 --> 01:11:43,799 - John was left-handed. 1389 01:11:43,799 --> 01:11:46,135 Every time he went to sushi, 1390 01:11:46,135 --> 01:11:48,554 he would go into the booth first 1391 01:11:48,554 --> 01:11:50,889 so he wouldn't keep hitting me with his chop sticks. 1392 01:11:51,724 --> 01:11:52,975 It was really cute. 1393 01:11:52,975 --> 01:11:55,644 - Correct, John was left-handed. 1394 01:11:55,644 --> 01:11:59,273 Now this is something that Duke just handed me 1395 01:11:59,273 --> 01:12:01,525 from the Department of Defense 1396 01:12:01,525 --> 01:12:04,236 that your son filled out when he joined the Army. 1397 01:12:04,236 --> 01:12:06,280 Care to guess what it says? 1398 01:12:06,280 --> 01:12:09,199 - That he was right-handed. - Bingo. 1399 01:12:09,199 --> 01:12:12,619 Now this is where it gets a little funky. 1400 01:12:12,619 --> 01:12:14,621 You said by your own statement 1401 01:12:14,621 --> 01:12:17,124 that you were leaving the store, stopped, 1402 01:12:17,124 --> 01:12:18,125 decided to keep the knife, 1403 01:12:18,125 --> 01:12:20,586 that's when you went back and bought the box. 1404 01:12:20,586 --> 01:12:23,922 Yeah, you probably thought this guy owes me $10,000 1405 01:12:23,922 --> 01:12:26,383 and I'm just gonna hand them over a $1,500 knife. 1406 01:12:27,259 --> 01:12:28,093 No, no. 1407 01:12:28,093 --> 01:12:31,263 So that's according to Sarah's testimony. 1408 01:12:31,263 --> 01:12:32,723 When you probably came up with the idea 1409 01:12:32,723 --> 01:12:36,101 to fill the box with dog shit and send it to John. 1410 01:12:37,269 --> 01:12:39,313 (laughing) 1411 01:12:39,313 --> 01:12:41,065 - But you already know, 1412 01:12:41,065 --> 01:12:44,485 I sent that knife to my son before John was ever killed. 1413 01:12:44,485 --> 01:12:45,319 - That's right. 1414 01:12:47,071 --> 01:12:48,447 You did do that, didn't you? 1415 01:12:50,157 --> 01:12:51,742 - Now, Sarah, you said you were at the movies 1416 01:12:51,742 --> 01:12:54,161 during the time of John's murder, correct? 1417 01:12:54,161 --> 01:12:55,954 - Yeah, that's correct. 1418 01:12:55,954 --> 01:13:00,959 - This is a security still from the night John was murdered 1419 01:13:01,835 --> 01:13:05,005 and you can clearly see Sarah walked into the theater 1420 01:13:05,005 --> 01:13:06,090 with a, with a soda and a popcorn. 1421 01:13:06,090 --> 01:13:07,508 If you look right up here in the corner, 1422 01:13:07,508 --> 01:13:11,887 you can see a little timestamp, 8:40. 1423 01:13:13,180 --> 01:13:14,807 Now, you fast forward two hours later 1424 01:13:14,807 --> 01:13:19,353 and you can see the crowd walking out and there's Sara. 1425 01:13:22,648 --> 01:13:24,691 - Hey, so we're seeing Sara's alibi. 1426 01:13:24,691 --> 01:13:25,776 So we can all go now, right? 1427 01:13:25,776 --> 01:13:27,778 - Well not quite see. 1428 01:13:27,778 --> 01:13:30,906 You see the sweater Sara's wearing. 1429 01:13:37,121 --> 01:13:37,955 - I was wearing a sweater. 1430 01:13:37,955 --> 01:13:39,665 I mean, it's cold in movie theaters. 1431 01:13:39,665 --> 01:13:40,958 Everyone knows that. 1432 01:13:40,958 --> 01:13:42,584 - Yeah, but you see Sara, 1433 01:13:42,584 --> 01:13:46,588 the thing is that we found these fibers in John's blood 1434 01:13:46,588 --> 01:13:50,926 and is from a very rare material nowadays called Chanille. 1435 01:13:50,926 --> 01:13:53,595 - My mom got that sweater as a child 1436 01:13:53,595 --> 01:13:54,680 and she gave it to me. 1437 01:13:56,140 --> 01:13:59,351 And just because there's material, 1438 01:13:59,351 --> 01:14:02,104 that doesn't make me a murderer. 1439 01:14:02,104 --> 01:14:04,356 - No truer words have been said, Sara, 1440 01:14:04,356 --> 01:14:06,608 but you know, it got me thinking. 1441 01:14:07,484 --> 01:14:09,570 In your interview, 1442 01:14:10,904 --> 01:14:13,198 in your interview with Detective Brown, 1443 01:14:13,198 --> 01:14:16,827 you were very specific about a review of the movie you saw. 1444 01:14:16,827 --> 01:14:19,121 - Kindergarten Cartel, terrible reviews. 1445 01:14:20,247 --> 01:14:21,540 - Yes, they were were horrible. 1446 01:14:21,540 --> 01:14:23,333 Weren't they, Cassandra? 1447 01:14:23,333 --> 01:14:28,297 In fact, you quoted me from an LA blog reviewer who said, 1448 01:14:31,425 --> 01:14:33,886 whoever came up with that idea 1449 01:14:33,886 --> 01:14:36,805 should be banned from ever writing movies again. 1450 01:14:37,639 --> 01:14:42,644 Harsh. Yet, here's Sara's interview with Duke 1451 01:14:42,769 --> 01:14:43,937 three weeks ago. 1452 01:14:43,937 --> 01:14:46,231 Duke: what movie did you see? 1453 01:14:46,231 --> 01:14:48,901 Sara: Kindergarten Cartel. 1454 01:14:48,901 --> 01:14:50,527 Duke: any good? 1455 01:14:50,527 --> 01:14:52,946 Sara: it was beyond bad. 1456 01:14:54,406 --> 01:14:58,285 In fact, whoever came up with that idea 1457 01:14:58,285 --> 01:15:01,663 should be banned from ever writing movies again. 1458 01:15:01,663 --> 01:15:05,834 Huh, either that's a Mega Ball type coincidence 1459 01:15:05,834 --> 01:15:10,506 or maybe you didn't see the movie at all. 1460 01:15:13,342 --> 01:15:16,386 - Well, you clearly see that I've went to the movies. 1461 01:15:16,386 --> 01:15:19,640 - Sara. - But I didn't do it. 1462 01:15:19,640 --> 01:15:20,474 I swear. 1463 01:15:20,474 --> 01:15:22,684 - Coercing someone into getting an abortion. 1464 01:15:23,977 --> 01:15:25,020 You were thinking the two of you 1465 01:15:25,020 --> 01:15:26,188 were gonna get married the whole time 1466 01:15:26,188 --> 01:15:29,608 only to find out he was cheating on you. 1467 01:15:29,608 --> 01:15:31,276 - Damn Sara, you did do it. 1468 01:15:31,276 --> 01:15:35,656 - Our poor innocent Sara went to the movies at night. 1469 01:15:37,241 --> 01:15:38,534 When the lights went down, 1470 01:15:40,118 --> 01:15:41,453 she snuck out of the back, 1471 01:15:42,496 --> 01:15:47,167 went over to John's house and killed him. 1472 01:15:47,167 --> 01:15:48,001 - No. 1473 01:15:48,001 --> 01:15:49,878 - Security said there was an unauthorized exit 1474 01:15:49,878 --> 01:15:52,339 from the movie theater at 8:52 1475 01:15:52,339 --> 01:15:54,466 and then another one at 10:24. 1476 01:15:54,466 --> 01:15:55,926 You taped the back door shut 1477 01:15:55,926 --> 01:15:58,762 so that when it closed, it didn't lock. 1478 01:15:58,762 --> 01:15:59,680 - No. 1479 01:15:59,680 --> 01:16:00,514 - Then you drove over to John's. 1480 01:16:00,514 --> 01:16:01,932 - No, no, no, no. 1481 01:16:01,932 --> 01:16:03,100 That is not what happened. 1482 01:16:03,100 --> 01:16:04,893 - The fibers they found at the crime scene 1483 01:16:04,893 --> 01:16:06,645 match exactly to the sweater 1484 01:16:06,645 --> 01:16:07,980 that you're wearing in this photo 1485 01:16:07,980 --> 01:16:10,524 and forensics even estimated that the fibers 1486 01:16:10,524 --> 01:16:12,109 are at least 50 years old. 1487 01:16:12,109 --> 01:16:13,402 - And you said that, that was the sweater 1488 01:16:13,402 --> 01:16:15,696 that your mother wore as a child. 1489 01:16:15,696 --> 01:16:17,239 - No, listen to me, I want to speak. 1490 01:16:20,200 --> 01:16:24,288 The truth is I have no idea what happened that night. 1491 01:16:25,414 --> 01:16:27,874 All I know is that I sat in my seat, 1492 01:16:28,875 --> 01:16:31,211 and then I was woken up at the end credits. 1493 01:16:32,212 --> 01:16:35,299 I know, I know that sounds crazy 1494 01:16:35,299 --> 01:16:37,134 but that is the truth, okay. 1495 01:16:38,427 --> 01:16:40,095 I didn't leave by way of the exit. 1496 01:16:40,095 --> 01:16:44,057 I didn't tape the door and I certainly didn't kill John. 1497 01:16:44,057 --> 01:16:45,642 I loved him. 1498 01:16:45,642 --> 01:16:46,977 - Sara, look what you put us through. 1499 01:16:50,897 --> 01:16:51,732 - Wait a second. 1500 01:16:51,732 --> 01:16:52,566 What about the weapon? 1501 01:16:52,566 --> 01:16:55,611 You said that it was a very uncommon knife, okay. 1502 01:16:55,611 --> 01:16:57,738 How would I get ahold of it? 1503 01:16:57,738 --> 01:16:59,364 How would I kill him with that? 1504 01:16:59,364 --> 01:17:04,369 - We found this two-sided tape on the ground 1505 01:17:05,537 --> 01:17:06,580 in a spot of water. 1506 01:17:08,165 --> 01:17:10,792 So here's what Sara did. 1507 01:17:12,919 --> 01:17:13,920 You were there when John received 1508 01:17:13,920 --> 01:17:15,255 the package Cassandra sent. 1509 01:17:16,340 --> 01:17:18,342 John was so mad that he kicked you and the box 1510 01:17:18,342 --> 01:17:19,384 outside of his house. 1511 01:17:22,387 --> 01:17:27,100 Took the box home, cleaned it out, filled it with water, 1512 01:17:28,226 --> 01:17:29,978 put it into the freezer. 1513 01:17:29,978 --> 01:17:33,315 And boom. Hour later, a perfect replica 1514 01:17:34,191 --> 01:17:35,609 of the military grade knife. 1515 01:17:37,110 --> 01:17:39,363 The two-sided tape wrapped around the handle 1516 01:17:39,363 --> 01:17:41,073 so it wouldn't slip. 1517 01:17:41,073 --> 01:17:42,199 Put in a little cooler 1518 01:17:43,116 --> 01:17:45,994 and then when you left the movie theater, 1519 01:17:45,994 --> 01:17:47,245 you drove over to John's, 1520 01:17:48,580 --> 01:17:52,292 you lured him outside and you killed him. 1521 01:17:58,340 --> 01:17:59,174 Stand up. 1522 01:18:01,259 --> 01:18:02,344 Stand up! 1523 01:18:05,639 --> 01:18:07,599 Sara Dobson, you're under arrest 1524 01:18:07,599 --> 01:18:09,935 for the murder of John Davis. 1525 01:18:09,935 --> 01:18:11,561 You have the right to remain silent. 1526 01:18:11,561 --> 01:18:14,481 Anything you say can and will be used against you 1527 01:18:14,481 --> 01:18:15,315 in a court of law. 1528 01:18:15,315 --> 01:18:17,192 You have the right to an attorney. 1529 01:18:17,192 --> 01:18:18,026 If you can not afford an attorney- 1530 01:18:18,026 --> 01:18:20,570 - Scott, congratulations, excellent work. 1531 01:18:20,570 --> 01:18:23,031 I never would have come up that. The ice knife. 1532 01:18:23,031 --> 01:18:23,865 Brilliant. 1533 01:18:25,325 --> 01:18:27,119 - It wasn't just me, it was everybody. 1534 01:18:27,119 --> 01:18:27,953 - No, I can't tell you what a win 1535 01:18:27,953 --> 01:18:28,870 this is for the department 1536 01:18:28,870 --> 01:18:31,832 and I hope that this means you'll be back permanently. 1537 01:18:31,832 --> 01:18:33,333 - Well, if Duke handles the processing papers, 1538 01:18:33,333 --> 01:18:35,419 I'll think about it. - I'm on it baby. 1539 01:18:36,878 --> 01:18:39,089 - I got to go set up a press conference. 1540 01:18:39,089 --> 01:18:42,801 You coming? - Spotlight's more your thing. 1541 01:18:45,929 --> 01:18:47,180 - Great to have you back. 1542 01:18:48,640 --> 01:18:50,267 - After a grueling investigation, 1543 01:18:50,267 --> 01:18:52,018 I'm happy to announce an arrest 1544 01:18:52,018 --> 01:18:54,646 in the connection of the killing of John Davis. 1545 01:18:54,646 --> 01:18:57,691 And I wanna thank the DA and her team 1546 01:18:57,691 --> 01:18:59,192 for a job well done. 1547 01:18:59,192 --> 01:19:01,236 Now I'm gonna ask Diane to say a few words. 1548 01:19:01,236 --> 01:19:02,988 - Thank you, mayor. 1549 01:19:02,988 --> 01:19:06,199 It's been a grind, but this department couldn't have done it 1550 01:19:06,199 --> 01:19:09,369 without detective Scott Keating and Duke Brown. 1551 01:19:09,369 --> 01:19:12,289 And with that, are there any questions? 1552 01:19:16,835 --> 01:19:19,421 (mellow music) 1553 01:19:20,714 --> 01:19:23,216 - Excuse me, when you get a chance, can we have the check? 1554 01:19:23,216 --> 01:19:24,342 - Of course. - Great. 1555 01:19:26,928 --> 01:19:29,097 - And I'll take this whenever you're ready. 1556 01:19:30,682 --> 01:19:31,516 - Thank you. 1557 01:19:46,281 --> 01:19:47,115 - Hey. 1558 01:19:47,991 --> 01:19:48,825 (laughing) 1559 01:19:48,825 --> 01:19:50,452 - Hey, small world. 1560 01:19:50,452 --> 01:19:53,121 I forgot you work around here. - Yeah. 1561 01:19:53,121 --> 01:19:55,248 It's hard to break away during the week, 1562 01:19:55,248 --> 01:19:57,959 but I like to get over here in the weekends, if I can. 1563 01:20:00,712 --> 01:20:05,342 So I heard Sara's attorney and the prosecution 1564 01:20:05,342 --> 01:20:08,136 made a plea deal. - Yeah, 12 years. 1565 01:20:09,930 --> 01:20:12,140 - How do you feel about that? 1566 01:20:12,140 --> 01:20:13,058 - It's not my job to feel. 1567 01:20:13,058 --> 01:20:15,352 It's my job to get to the truth. 1568 01:20:15,352 --> 01:20:16,561 But if you're asking as a civilian, 1569 01:20:16,561 --> 01:20:18,855 I think she made the right choice. 1570 01:20:19,981 --> 01:20:23,777 Minimum 25 if she lost at trial, that's too much to risk. 1571 01:20:23,777 --> 01:20:26,571 - Yeah, I get that. 1572 01:20:28,073 --> 01:20:32,077 Please tell the DA, apology accepted. 1573 01:20:33,078 --> 01:20:35,705 - I will. You want anything? 1574 01:20:35,705 --> 01:20:37,207 I haven't paid yet. 1575 01:20:37,207 --> 01:20:38,792 - Oh no, I'm gonna grab something to go. 1576 01:20:38,792 --> 01:20:40,544 I've got a weekend meeting with an attorney 1577 01:20:40,544 --> 01:20:42,295 who wants to advertise. 1578 01:20:42,295 --> 01:20:44,965 Ironic, huh? - I'm sure you'll do great. 1579 01:20:48,051 --> 01:20:49,427 - Hey listen, I want to say, 1580 01:20:49,427 --> 01:20:54,266 I really am sorry about what happened to your family. 1581 01:20:58,103 --> 01:20:59,312 - You know what again, in a weird way, 1582 01:20:59,312 --> 01:21:01,231 it's kind of good for me. 1583 01:21:02,107 --> 01:21:02,941 - How so? 1584 01:21:04,234 --> 01:21:05,068 - Well, you know, I've been running for the past two years 1585 01:21:05,068 --> 01:21:07,153 and this case made me stop 1586 01:21:08,196 --> 01:21:09,614 had to finish the grieving process. 1587 01:21:09,614 --> 01:21:12,909 And if it took finding the killer of the guy 1588 01:21:12,909 --> 01:21:17,205 who took my family, then you know what, even better. 1589 01:21:20,208 --> 01:21:22,502 - Mind if I run something by you? 1590 01:21:23,587 --> 01:21:24,421 - Shoot. 1591 01:21:26,214 --> 01:21:28,967 - Look, I know all the evidence points to Sara, 1592 01:21:30,385 --> 01:21:31,970 but what if she's telling the truth? 1593 01:21:33,013 --> 01:21:38,018 - Guilty people lie all the time, believe me, she's guilty. 1594 01:21:38,560 --> 01:21:39,561 - What if she's not? 1595 01:21:41,021 --> 01:21:44,691 - Look, Sara arrives at the theater for an 8:45 movie. 1596 01:21:44,691 --> 01:21:46,776 Now she says she doesn't remember anything 1597 01:21:46,776 --> 01:21:49,738 from the time she got there til the end credits. 1598 01:21:49,738 --> 01:21:50,697 - Correct. - Okay. 1599 01:21:52,115 --> 01:21:56,036 What if somebody drugged her? - Drugged her? 1600 01:21:56,036 --> 01:21:57,829 So now we're bringing in drugs, huh? 1601 01:21:57,829 --> 01:22:00,874 - People get distracted at movie theaters all the time. 1602 01:22:00,874 --> 01:22:03,752 All it takes is waiting for the right moment. 1603 01:22:04,628 --> 01:22:05,712 - Excuse me. - Yeah. 1604 01:22:05,712 --> 01:22:07,505 - I'm having trouble taking off my backpack. 1605 01:22:07,505 --> 01:22:09,299 Can you help me? - Yeah, of course. 1606 01:22:09,299 --> 01:22:12,969 It would be so easy for someone to just lean over 1607 01:22:12,969 --> 01:22:15,639 and put a little something in her drink. 1608 01:22:15,639 --> 01:22:16,473 - Of course. 1609 01:22:19,059 --> 01:22:20,602 There you go. - Thank you. 1610 01:22:20,602 --> 01:22:22,187 - Enjoy the movie. - You too. 1611 01:22:27,692 --> 01:22:30,779 - Two to three minutes later, she was out like the light. 1612 01:22:35,158 --> 01:22:38,411 A person then grabs some fibers from Sara's sweater 1613 01:22:38,411 --> 01:22:40,455 and heads over to the exit, 1614 01:22:40,455 --> 01:22:43,708 making sure to put a little tape on the exit to get back in. 1615 01:22:44,542 --> 01:22:46,086 That person is then picked up 1616 01:22:46,086 --> 01:22:49,339 and the two drive to John's house. 1617 01:22:49,339 --> 01:22:51,424 - How'd it go? - Perfect. 1618 01:22:51,424 --> 01:22:53,051 We've got 74 minutes, let's roll. 1619 01:22:54,719 --> 01:22:56,137 - After they get to John's house, 1620 01:22:56,137 --> 01:22:58,932 one of them takes him outside to distract 1621 01:22:58,932 --> 01:23:00,392 while the other gets ready. 1622 01:23:02,435 --> 01:23:05,647 When the time is right, they strike. 1623 01:23:05,647 --> 01:23:06,898 - Remember me? 1624 01:23:18,868 --> 01:23:20,286 - After John is dead, they leave a few fibers 1625 01:23:20,286 --> 01:23:23,164 from a rare sweater in a pool of blood on the ground, 1626 01:23:25,792 --> 01:23:28,336 leaving the murder weapon to melt away, 1627 01:23:28,336 --> 01:23:30,714 but making sure the tape was found. 1628 01:23:39,514 --> 01:23:41,891 10 minutes later, the movie ends. 1629 01:23:43,226 --> 01:23:45,228 - That was a lousy movie. 1630 01:23:45,228 --> 01:23:47,022 - Excuse me lady, are you okay? 1631 01:23:49,482 --> 01:23:50,316 - Yeah. 1632 01:23:51,943 --> 01:23:54,195 - So what do you think? 1633 01:23:56,072 --> 01:23:57,574 Could that be possible 1634 01:23:57,574 --> 01:23:59,576 or just one of my wacky theories? 1635 01:24:01,494 --> 01:24:05,040 - Hey, how you doing Eddie? 1636 01:24:06,958 --> 01:24:09,210 (chuckles) 1637 01:24:10,628 --> 01:24:11,713 What, no hello? 1638 01:24:13,465 --> 01:24:15,759 - I just ran my theory by the detective 1639 01:24:15,759 --> 01:24:19,262 about Sara being innocent of John's murder. 1640 01:24:20,847 --> 01:24:22,474 I think he's still taking it in. 1641 01:24:24,893 --> 01:24:28,313 - I thought it was crazy when she told me too detective. 1642 01:24:28,313 --> 01:24:29,481 Crazy possible. 1643 01:24:30,482 --> 01:24:33,151 - So you just basically killed a man for nothing 1644 01:24:34,360 --> 01:24:36,071 and Sara's gonna rot in jail for the next 12 years 1645 01:24:36,071 --> 01:24:39,449 for a crime she didn't commit because he cheated, 1646 01:24:39,449 --> 01:24:40,283 because he owed you money? 1647 01:24:40,283 --> 01:24:41,326 He was broke, so what? 1648 01:24:42,619 --> 01:24:44,454 - Are you sure about that, detective? 1649 01:24:47,499 --> 01:24:48,500 - What the hell is going on? 1650 01:24:48,500 --> 01:24:50,126 - I may have shared his last name, 1651 01:24:50,126 --> 01:24:53,004 but John was never my real son, 1652 01:24:53,004 --> 01:24:56,299 but you knew that, right detective or did you miss that too? 1653 01:24:57,133 --> 01:24:59,344 When my husband died two years ago, 1654 01:24:59,344 --> 01:25:02,055 I wasn't aware that he had set up a trust fund for his son 1655 01:25:02,055 --> 01:25:04,974 for when he turned 50. $2 million! 1656 01:25:06,976 --> 01:25:09,229 How unfortunate that he didn't make it. 1657 01:25:10,438 --> 01:25:12,899 - Let me guess, you got the money. 1658 01:25:13,733 --> 01:25:17,195 John has been nothing but a loser his entire life. 1659 01:25:17,195 --> 01:25:19,906 And Sara called me crying and told me about the night 1660 01:25:19,906 --> 01:25:21,825 they all found out about his cheating, 1661 01:25:21,825 --> 01:25:24,494 I decided to reach out to these two, 1662 01:25:24,494 --> 01:25:26,746 get a feel so to speak. 1663 01:25:26,746 --> 01:25:31,000 It didn't take much, but look at the bright side, detective. 1664 01:25:31,000 --> 01:25:35,463 Sarah may be an innocent woman doing some hard time, 1665 01:25:35,463 --> 01:25:37,173 but I made sure that her mother 1666 01:25:37,173 --> 01:25:40,218 doesn't have to worry about that pesky foreclosure anymore. 1667 01:25:42,178 --> 01:25:46,015 - Francine's extra 500,000 reasons for each of us 1668 01:25:46,015 --> 01:25:48,601 wouldn't make it hard to decide. 1669 01:25:49,769 --> 01:25:52,480 - Are you three confessing right now? 1670 01:25:53,648 --> 01:25:56,860 - Come on, detective, like Francine would pay us 1671 01:25:56,860 --> 01:25:59,737 half a million dollars each to kill her stepson. 1672 01:26:01,156 --> 01:26:02,907 - Hell I would have done it for 10. 1673 01:26:04,617 --> 01:26:06,828 - I just wanna say thank you, detective. 1674 01:26:07,662 --> 01:26:10,582 The city is so much safer today because of you. 1675 01:26:17,338 --> 01:26:18,464 - So much safer. 1676 01:26:22,177 --> 01:26:23,261 - Absolutely. 1677 01:26:29,767 --> 01:26:32,020 - I won't let you get away with this. 1678 01:26:32,020 --> 01:26:33,730 - How long away? 1679 01:26:33,730 --> 01:26:34,898 Two years away? 1680 01:26:35,815 --> 01:26:37,734 You got overconfident. 1681 01:26:37,734 --> 01:26:39,527 I know how the justice department works. 1682 01:26:39,527 --> 01:26:41,404 47 wins and no losses, 1683 01:26:41,404 --> 01:26:43,531 how many of those people were in innocent too? 1684 01:26:44,490 --> 01:26:46,826 Yeah, when I found out 1685 01:26:46,826 --> 01:26:48,328 that John killed your wife and daughter, 1686 01:26:48,328 --> 01:26:51,748 it didn't take much for you to make it personal, did it? 1687 01:26:52,999 --> 01:26:56,961 And in the process, you lost track of the truth 1688 01:26:56,961 --> 01:27:00,590 and Sara lost everything. 1689 01:27:02,175 --> 01:27:04,719 Chew on that for the next 12 years. 1690 01:27:13,853 --> 01:27:16,898 (phone ringing) 1691 01:27:16,898 --> 01:27:19,734 - Brown. - They played me Duke. 1692 01:27:21,277 --> 01:27:23,154 - Where have you been? 1693 01:27:23,154 --> 01:27:25,448 I've called and text you for the past three days. 1694 01:27:25,448 --> 01:27:27,492 - Duke, damn it, the look on their faces. 1695 01:27:28,493 --> 01:27:29,327 - Are you drunk? 1696 01:27:31,246 --> 01:27:35,166 - Sara Dobson didn't kill John Davis. 1697 01:27:35,166 --> 01:27:37,001 - Where's this coming from? 1698 01:27:37,001 --> 01:27:39,254 - You got to get Diane to reopen the case. 1699 01:27:39,254 --> 01:27:41,464 - It's not gonna happen, Scott. 1700 01:27:41,464 --> 01:27:43,549 The investigation is closed. 1701 01:27:43,549 --> 01:27:45,176 She pled guilty, end of story. 1702 01:27:45,176 --> 01:27:46,636 - No, no. 1703 01:27:46,636 --> 01:27:48,388 I have to let her know that I know that she's innocent. 1704 01:27:48,388 --> 01:27:50,932 - All she'll see is the man who destroyed her life. 1705 01:27:53,643 --> 01:27:54,477 Scott. 1706 01:28:00,858 --> 01:28:04,445 - [Officer] Inmate Dobson, you have a visitor. 1707 01:28:19,168 --> 01:28:23,298 - Wow, I never thought I'd see you again. 1708 01:28:27,010 --> 01:28:28,344 Did you come here to gloat? 1709 01:28:30,471 --> 01:28:33,308 I can't even believe you at the nerve to show up here. 1710 01:28:37,145 --> 01:28:39,188 You ruined my life. 1711 01:28:41,232 --> 01:28:43,276 You ruined my life! 1712 01:28:45,194 --> 01:28:46,029 Look at me. 1713 01:28:48,239 --> 01:28:49,782 For the next 12 years, 1714 01:28:51,326 --> 01:28:55,204 I want you to know that you put an innocent woman in prison. 1715 01:28:57,957 --> 01:29:00,043 Now I know that you may not believe that, 1716 01:29:03,046 --> 01:29:05,006 but that is my truth 1717 01:29:05,006 --> 01:29:07,300 and that is the only thing that matters to me. 1718 01:29:13,848 --> 01:29:14,682 What? 1719 01:29:21,272 --> 01:29:23,191 You got nothing to say? 1720 01:29:26,736 --> 01:29:29,906 You're just gonna sit there and stare? 1721 01:29:46,839 --> 01:29:49,634 ♪ Given me love given me peace ♪ 1722 01:29:49,634 --> 01:29:52,678 ♪ Keep that fight inside of me ♪ 1723 01:29:52,678 --> 01:29:55,723 ♪ Cause I said so ♪ 1724 01:29:55,723 --> 01:29:58,851 ♪ Cause I said so ♪ 1725 01:29:58,851 --> 01:30:01,979 ♪ Given me joy given me grief ♪ 1726 01:30:01,979 --> 01:30:05,149 ♪ Keep me close to my enemies ♪ 1727 01:30:05,149 --> 01:30:08,027 ♪ Cause I said so ♪ 1728 01:30:08,027 --> 01:30:12,990 ♪ Cause I said so ♪ 1729 01:30:13,241 --> 01:30:18,246 ♪ We're flying till our hearts are lost ♪ 1730 01:30:18,746 --> 01:30:23,501 ♪ And we're praying till the pain is gone ♪ 1731 01:30:23,501 --> 01:30:26,212 ♪ On my own all my fears ♪ 1732 01:30:26,212 --> 01:30:29,340 ♪ Through the heaviest tears ♪ 1733 01:30:29,340 --> 01:30:34,345 ♪ But did I lose my high hope ♪ 1734 01:30:34,554 --> 01:30:37,890 ♪ This aint no love song ♪ 1735 01:30:37,890 --> 01:30:42,895 ♪ We're flying till our hearts are lost ♪ 1736 01:30:43,688 --> 01:30:48,234 ♪ And we're praying till the pan is gone ♪ 1737 01:30:48,234 --> 01:30:53,239 ♪ On my own all my fears through the heaviest years ♪ 1738 01:30:54,699 --> 01:30:59,328 ♪ But did I lose my high hope ♪ 1739 01:30:59,328 --> 01:31:02,748 ♪ This aint no love song ♪ 1740 01:31:11,549 --> 01:31:14,969 ♪ This aint no love song ♪ 1741 01:31:27,273 --> 01:31:32,278 ♪ We're flying till our hearts are lost ♪ 1742 01:31:32,778 --> 01:31:37,783 ♪ And we're praying till the pain is gone ♪ 1743 01:31:37,992 --> 01:31:40,828 ♪ On my own all my fears ♪ 1744 01:31:40,828 --> 01:31:43,623 ♪ Through the heaviest years ♪ 1745 01:31:43,623 --> 01:31:48,461 ♪ But did lose my high hope ♪ 1746 01:31:48,461 --> 01:31:51,881 ♪ This aint no love song ♪ 122837

Can't find what you're looking for?
Get subtitles in any language from opensubtitles.com, and translate them here.