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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:13,760 --> 00:00:18,439 Detective Inspector Poole. I take it you're here for me. Very good. 2 00:00:18,440 --> 00:00:20,199 What gave us away? 3 00:00:20,200 --> 00:00:22,680 Well, unless you're on some weird stag do... 4 00:00:24,960 --> 00:00:28,679 Vincent Carter. This is the prisoner, Leon Hamilton. 5 00:00:28,680 --> 00:00:32,279 He is officially now in your custody... 6 00:00:32,280 --> 00:00:36,359 but I have been given orders to escort you to Saint-Marie. 7 00:00:36,360 --> 00:00:37,879 Thank you, Vincent. 8 00:00:37,880 --> 00:00:40,239 Mr Hamilton, you understand that, on arrival, 9 00:00:40,240 --> 00:00:42,400 we take you to Saint-Marie Jail where you'll 10 00:00:42,401 --> 00:00:44,560 serve the remainder of your sentence. 11 00:00:47,960 --> 00:00:49,880 Pardon. 12 00:00:56,680 --> 00:00:58,800 After you. 13 00:01:05,000 --> 00:01:07,840 So, you've been to Saint-Marie before? 14 00:01:09,040 --> 00:01:11,999 Not that you'll see much of it from inside the prison. 15 00:01:12,000 --> 00:01:14,119 Perhaps when you get out. 16 00:01:14,120 --> 00:01:17,320 I suppose I ought to make the best of the view while I still can. 17 00:01:34,400 --> 00:01:37,879 Good book? Not really. 18 00:01:37,880 --> 00:01:41,399 I think Agatha Christie's my favourite. Murder on the Orient Express. 19 00:01:41,400 --> 00:01:43,399 Now that was a good book, 20 00:01:43,400 --> 00:01:46,479 unlike this, where the murder victim died 21 00:01:46,480 --> 00:01:48,759 actually clutching a photograph of his killer. 22 00:01:48,760 --> 00:01:51,079 From what I've read so far, 23 00:01:51,080 --> 00:01:52,960 this case could only have been easier 24 00:01:52,961 --> 00:01:56,039 if the murderer had "Yes, I did it" tattooed on his forehead. 25 00:01:56,040 --> 00:01:59,479 Then you wouldn't need a murder detective at all. 26 00:01:59,480 --> 00:02:01,120 A trained chimp would suffice. 27 00:02:02,400 --> 00:02:06,039 "Inspector Bubbles of the Yard". Got a ring to it. 28 00:02:06,040 --> 00:02:08,640 I do love a good murder. 29 00:02:17,400 --> 00:02:19,800 It's always a bit rough when we leave the 30 00:02:19,801 --> 00:02:22,199 harbour, just until we get round the point. 31 00:02:22,200 --> 00:02:24,480 I'm sorry, but do you think I could stretch 32 00:02:24,481 --> 00:02:26,759 my legs for a bit? Get some fresh air? 33 00:02:26,760 --> 00:02:29,400 Do you have to? I really don't feel too good. 34 00:02:30,720 --> 00:02:32,560 Very well. 35 00:02:33,680 --> 00:02:35,679 Everything OK? 36 00:02:35,680 --> 00:02:38,159 He wants to stretch his legs for a bit. 37 00:02:38,160 --> 00:02:39,800 I'll come with you. 38 00:02:44,440 --> 00:02:46,399 Do you think you'll be sick? 39 00:02:46,400 --> 00:02:48,960 A warning would be appreciated if you do. 40 00:02:50,200 --> 00:02:53,159 Just so that I can take wind direction into account, 41 00:02:53,160 --> 00:02:54,559 take evasive action. 42 00:02:54,560 --> 00:02:56,919 I can't say I blame you. 43 00:02:56,920 --> 00:02:58,360 Excuse me! 44 00:03:00,200 --> 00:03:03,319 Never liked waves, 45 00:03:03,320 --> 00:03:06,919 not since a family holiday to the Isle of Wight when I was nine. 46 00:03:06,920 --> 00:03:09,079 That was a ferry. 47 00:03:09,080 --> 00:03:11,800 The "SS Vomit" I think it was called. 48 00:03:15,920 --> 00:03:19,479 There we go! Sorry, probably not helping, is it? All this talk... 49 00:03:24,320 --> 00:03:25,479 Vincent! 50 00:03:27,080 --> 00:03:30,440 Nobody move! Vincent! 51 00:04:12,920 --> 00:04:14,359 What happened? 52 00:04:14,360 --> 00:04:17,079 Leon Hamilton, the prisoner. I'm afraid we lost him. 53 00:04:17,080 --> 00:04:18,679 He got away? 54 00:04:18,680 --> 00:04:21,479 No. "Lost him" as in... 55 00:04:21,480 --> 00:04:22,799 you know, dead. 56 00:04:22,800 --> 00:04:24,759 What was it? A heart attack? 57 00:04:24,760 --> 00:04:27,639 While he was still handcuffed to you? That's terrible! 58 00:04:27,640 --> 00:04:30,759 No, it wasn't a heart attack. He was more... 59 00:04:30,760 --> 00:04:33,679 murdered. Stabbed, to be precise. 60 00:04:33,680 --> 00:04:37,199 Wait, wait! Someone murdered him when he was still handcuffed to you?! 61 00:04:37,200 --> 00:04:39,400 I want a full passenger list. Background checks, 62 00:04:39,401 --> 00:04:41,599 see if you can find any link with the deceased. 63 00:04:41,600 --> 00:04:44,400 Don't forget the ferry crew. And you didn't see who it was? 64 00:04:49,440 --> 00:04:52,280 I looked away for one second. 65 00:04:54,480 --> 00:04:57,040 What? Nothing. You think it's amusing? No. 66 00:05:02,480 --> 00:05:05,239 Have you called the commissioner yet? No, why? 67 00:05:05,240 --> 00:05:07,340 He asked you to collect the prisoner in 68 00:05:07,341 --> 00:05:09,439 person to ensure the transfer went smoothly. 69 00:05:09,440 --> 00:05:12,679 Yeah. Well, it didn't, did it? 70 00:05:12,680 --> 00:05:15,679 Go smoothly? No. 71 00:05:15,680 --> 00:05:17,840 Do you want me to come with you? I'm not a child! 72 00:05:17,841 --> 00:05:19,440 OK! 73 00:05:20,560 --> 00:05:22,719 Have you any idea 74 00:05:22,720 --> 00:05:25,519 how much paperwork this will generate? 75 00:05:25,520 --> 00:05:27,439 What on earth were you doing? 76 00:05:27,440 --> 00:05:30,799 How can someone murder the person standing next to you, 77 00:05:30,800 --> 00:05:32,799 and you not even notice? 78 00:05:32,800 --> 00:05:34,479 I mean, it should be funny. 79 00:05:34,480 --> 00:05:37,919 It sounds funny. They're laughing at Government House, 80 00:05:37,920 --> 00:05:39,519 laughing when they see me. 81 00:05:39,520 --> 00:05:41,239 But I'm not laughing. 82 00:05:41,240 --> 00:05:44,319 I've been lobbying for months to bring Leon Hamilton 83 00:05:44,320 --> 00:05:46,999 to Saint-Marie to finish his sentence. 84 00:05:47,000 --> 00:05:52,279 I even sent my most senior officer to go and collect him. 85 00:05:52,280 --> 00:05:55,919 Do you know why I sent you, Inspector? 86 00:05:55,920 --> 00:05:57,399 Well, I... 87 00:05:57,400 --> 00:06:01,240 I sent you because I wanted the transfer to go smoothly... 88 00:06:03,000 --> 00:06:04,479 without incident. 89 00:06:04,480 --> 00:06:08,599 Why? Because I couldn't imagine how embarrassing it would be 90 00:06:08,600 --> 00:06:13,279 should he escape whilst in the custody of the Saint-Marie police force. 91 00:06:13,280 --> 00:06:15,159 Look, I had... 92 00:06:15,160 --> 00:06:18,239 A concern that pales into insignificance 93 00:06:18,240 --> 00:06:20,919 now that he's been murdered 94 00:06:20,920 --> 00:06:24,640 whilst handcuffed to one of our murder detectives! 95 00:06:28,520 --> 00:06:31,039 Where were you? 96 00:06:31,040 --> 00:06:33,839 The sea was rough around the point. It happened so fast. 97 00:06:33,840 --> 00:06:36,199 I've spoken to your superiors. 98 00:06:36,200 --> 00:06:39,359 You will stay on the island until I release you. 99 00:06:39,360 --> 00:06:42,239 Sir, I... It isn't a request. 100 00:06:42,240 --> 00:06:44,839 They're arranging some accommodation for you, 101 00:06:44,840 --> 00:06:47,999 and I want a report on my desk by first thing in the morning. Sir. 102 00:06:48,000 --> 00:06:49,480 Now get out of my sight! 103 00:06:53,720 --> 00:06:56,639 It wasn't his fault, sir. The prisoner was in my custody. 104 00:06:56,640 --> 00:07:00,439 I'd say that's hardly something to be proud of, Inspector. 105 00:07:00,440 --> 00:07:04,839 I could understand if he was secretly poisoned, 106 00:07:04,840 --> 00:07:07,519 in fact, secretly anything! 107 00:07:07,520 --> 00:07:10,879 I could even forgive a gunshot from another boat, 108 00:07:10,880 --> 00:07:13,679 or a jet ski or a helicopter. 109 00:07:13,680 --> 00:07:17,359 But no, a knife was plunged into his back 110 00:07:17,360 --> 00:07:21,240 while you were standing next to him, joined at the wrists! 111 00:07:28,200 --> 00:07:29,999 Sir. Sir. 112 00:07:30,000 --> 00:07:31,400 Sir. 113 00:07:36,680 --> 00:07:38,280 Are you OK? 114 00:07:39,280 --> 00:07:43,160 The commissioner and I had a frank exchange of views, 115 00:07:44,320 --> 00:07:47,239 and it was decided I hadn't exactly covered myself in glory 116 00:07:47,240 --> 00:07:51,319 as far as the prisoner's transfer was concerned. 117 00:07:51,320 --> 00:07:53,559 I wholeheartedly agreed with him, 118 00:07:53,560 --> 00:07:57,120 and suggested I be shipped back to London in disgrace. 119 00:07:58,280 --> 00:08:00,679 He refused, but it was worth a try. 120 00:08:00,680 --> 00:08:02,839 So, 121 00:08:02,840 --> 00:08:04,879 as I'm still stuck here, 122 00:08:04,880 --> 00:08:09,640 I intend to find the person who murdered Leon Hamilton... 123 00:08:11,080 --> 00:08:13,679 who caused me no little embarrassment 124 00:08:13,680 --> 00:08:16,799 if it's the last thing I ever do. 125 00:08:16,800 --> 00:08:18,599 In fact, to coin a phrase, 126 00:08:18,600 --> 00:08:21,039 "this time it's personal". 127 00:08:21,040 --> 00:08:23,319 Where is the bin? 128 00:08:23,320 --> 00:08:25,040 There is never a bin! 129 00:08:26,480 --> 00:08:28,039 Thank you. 130 00:08:28,040 --> 00:08:30,679 I spoke to the coroner, he'll do the autopsy later, 131 00:08:30,680 --> 00:08:34,399 but it looks like a single knife wound, entry point under the shoulder blade. 132 00:08:34,400 --> 00:08:39,240 Then it must have pierced the heart in order for death to be instantaneous. 133 00:08:41,960 --> 00:08:43,800 And you think it was? Instantaneous? 134 00:08:43,801 --> 00:08:45,959 I may have missed the actual blow, Camille, 135 00:08:45,960 --> 00:08:48,839 but I think I'd have noticed if he'd started screaming 136 00:08:48,840 --> 00:08:50,760 and clutching at his back. Sorry 137 00:08:57,520 --> 00:09:00,039 Right. What about the passengers? 138 00:09:00,040 --> 00:09:01,879 We've got witness statements, 139 00:09:01,880 --> 00:09:04,519 but it will take a while to cross-check them. 140 00:09:04,520 --> 00:09:08,279 Right, you get onto that. Fidel, I want Leon Hamilton's file sent over. 141 00:09:08,280 --> 00:09:10,839 I want to know details of his circle. 142 00:09:10,840 --> 00:09:13,439 Business associates, lovers, jealous siblings, 143 00:09:13,440 --> 00:09:15,839 anyone who may have had a reason to kill him. 144 00:09:15,840 --> 00:09:18,540 I also want the autopsy report and any forensics on 145 00:09:18,541 --> 00:09:21,239 the murder weapon on my desk the second they're done. 146 00:09:21,240 --> 00:09:22,999 Yes, sir. 147 00:09:23,000 --> 00:09:26,599 So where do we start? Well, means and opportunity are self-evident, 148 00:09:26,600 --> 00:09:29,159 so the key has to be motive. 149 00:09:29,160 --> 00:09:31,280 Who wanted Leon Hamilton dead? 150 00:09:46,600 --> 00:09:48,679 He's dead. 151 00:09:48,680 --> 00:09:51,840 And you owe me fifty grand. 152 00:09:54,400 --> 00:09:57,519 There were 180 passengers. We can maybe discount 50 of those. 153 00:09:57,520 --> 00:09:58,919 Why? 154 00:09:58,920 --> 00:10:00,980 We have witness statements placing them 155 00:10:00,981 --> 00:10:03,039 either in the inside section or in a group. 156 00:10:03,040 --> 00:10:06,159 That still leaves 130 suspects. And none of them saw anything? 157 00:10:06,160 --> 00:10:08,180 Nothing. The ferry captain also said you 158 00:10:08,181 --> 00:10:10,199 were only about a mile away from the coast 159 00:10:10,200 --> 00:10:11,799 when the victim was found dead. 160 00:10:11,800 --> 00:10:14,559 Meaning someone could have swum to shore after the murder. 161 00:10:14,560 --> 00:10:16,960 So we can't even be sure that the killer was 162 00:10:16,961 --> 00:10:19,359 still on the ferry when you got to Saint-Marie? 163 00:10:19,360 --> 00:10:23,479 If you're looking at suspects, I think I can add some names. How many? 164 00:10:23,480 --> 00:10:25,280 Just about... 900. 165 00:10:27,960 --> 00:10:31,639 Well, it's hardly my idea of a luxury resort. 166 00:10:31,640 --> 00:10:34,399 A tad underdeveloped, you might say. 167 00:10:34,400 --> 00:10:35,759 What actually happened? 168 00:10:35,760 --> 00:10:37,780 About two years ago, hundreds of people 169 00:10:37,781 --> 00:10:39,799 on the island invested in Paradise Beach. 170 00:10:39,800 --> 00:10:42,999 When it went under, they all lost their money. 171 00:10:43,000 --> 00:10:44,359 It was worse than that. 172 00:10:44,360 --> 00:10:46,620 Small businesses put their money in, hoping 173 00:10:46,621 --> 00:10:48,879 to get the catering and cleaning contracts. 174 00:10:48,880 --> 00:10:51,159 Other people put their pension funds in. 175 00:10:51,160 --> 00:10:52,759 It destroyed a lot of lives. 176 00:10:52,760 --> 00:10:54,159 That's terrible. 177 00:10:54,160 --> 00:10:56,759 The construction company was based in Guadeloupe. 178 00:10:56,760 --> 00:11:00,159 Leon Hamilton was charged with embezzlement and false accounting. 179 00:11:00,160 --> 00:11:03,639 That's why the commissioner wanted him to finish his sentence here. 180 00:11:03,640 --> 00:11:07,839 So that justice could be seen to be done. Yes. 181 00:11:07,840 --> 00:11:10,119 The commissioner's name is on here, too. 182 00:11:10,120 --> 00:11:11,719 So he knew Leon Hamilton? 183 00:11:11,720 --> 00:11:13,719 I doubt it. But officially... 184 00:11:13,720 --> 00:11:17,519 if the commissioner lost money, does that make him a suspect? 185 00:11:17,520 --> 00:11:19,040 I imagine it does. 186 00:11:20,320 --> 00:11:23,159 Who wants to be the first to interview him? 187 00:11:23,160 --> 00:11:25,079 No? 188 00:11:25,080 --> 00:11:28,279 Right, well, let's cross him off for now, shall we? 189 00:11:28,280 --> 00:11:30,460 So we've got a man murdered in broad daylight 190 00:11:30,461 --> 00:11:32,639 while handcuffed to a police officer, 191 00:11:32,640 --> 00:11:36,360 just over a thousand suspects, and it's a hundred degrees. 192 00:11:37,400 --> 00:11:38,960 Marvellous. 193 00:11:49,880 --> 00:11:51,520 That's odd. 194 00:11:54,760 --> 00:11:57,879 It says here Leon Hamilton was a keen sailor, had his own yacht. 195 00:11:57,880 --> 00:12:00,159 Is that important? 196 00:12:00,160 --> 00:12:02,140 It was a bit rough as we left the harbour, 197 00:12:02,141 --> 00:12:04,119 and he complained of feeling sick. 198 00:12:04,120 --> 00:12:08,159 Why would he feel seasick if he was an experienced sailor? 199 00:12:08,160 --> 00:12:10,400 Did he actually say he was seasick? 200 00:12:12,280 --> 00:12:13,879 No. 201 00:12:13,880 --> 00:12:16,679 Then it could have been something else. I suppose so. 202 00:12:16,680 --> 00:12:19,559 Fidel, tell them I want a toxicology report on the victim, 203 00:12:19,560 --> 00:12:21,799 just to be on the safe side. Yes, sir. 204 00:12:21,800 --> 00:12:24,959 I have a woman here who said she spoke to the officer on the ferry. 205 00:12:24,960 --> 00:12:27,679 They talked about the book he was reading? 206 00:12:27,680 --> 00:12:30,639 Yep, that was before we went outside. 207 00:12:30,640 --> 00:12:32,520 Said she loved a good murder. 208 00:12:34,280 --> 00:12:35,679 Suzie Park? 209 00:12:35,680 --> 00:12:39,319 On her way to visit grandparents in Saint-Marie. 210 00:12:39,320 --> 00:12:42,519 Check to see if her grandparents are on the investors list. 211 00:12:42,520 --> 00:12:46,199 In fact, we should check everyone on the passengers list 212 00:12:46,200 --> 00:12:48,679 against the investors list. 213 00:12:48,680 --> 00:12:51,359 OK, I know this guy. Who? 214 00:12:51,360 --> 00:12:54,479 Samuel King. Yes? He's bad news. Violent? 215 00:12:54,480 --> 00:12:57,319 Very. Put him on the A pile. 216 00:12:57,320 --> 00:12:58,759 Thank you. 217 00:12:58,760 --> 00:13:02,839 Leon Hamilton's wife is flying in from Guadeloupe tomorrow morning 218 00:13:02,840 --> 00:13:05,479 to formally identify the body. OK, go and meet her. 219 00:13:05,480 --> 00:13:07,919 See if you can get her story while you're at it. 220 00:13:07,920 --> 00:13:10,119 OK. It's late. 221 00:13:10,120 --> 00:13:11,880 We should call it a day. 222 00:13:30,040 --> 00:13:32,200 How was your day? 223 00:13:33,680 --> 00:13:35,039 That bad? 224 00:13:35,040 --> 00:13:37,400 Although I'm assuming no-one actually died. 225 00:13:38,440 --> 00:13:41,520 Which means I almost certainly have you beat. 226 00:13:58,120 --> 00:13:59,520 Shush! 227 00:14:10,840 --> 00:14:12,560 Morning, sir. 228 00:14:18,560 --> 00:14:21,360 Thank you. Have a good day. 229 00:14:24,000 --> 00:14:26,720 OK, thank you, sir, we have your details. Thank you. 230 00:14:27,720 --> 00:14:30,279 That's the third one this week. What? 231 00:14:30,280 --> 00:14:33,639 An old beggar woman. She stops tourists by asking them for money. 232 00:14:33,640 --> 00:14:37,879 When they take out their wallet or purse, she snatches it and runs. 233 00:14:37,880 --> 00:14:41,199 Morning, team. Morning, sir. Chief. Where were you last night? 234 00:14:41,200 --> 00:14:43,319 Yes, sorry, I went straight home. 235 00:14:43,320 --> 00:14:45,159 Thought I'd finish these. 236 00:14:45,160 --> 00:14:47,399 And? Hopeless. 237 00:14:47,400 --> 00:14:50,639 The ferry was bound for Saint-Marie, so virtually everyone on it 238 00:14:50,640 --> 00:14:53,999 knew someone who'd lost money on the Paradise Beach complex. 239 00:14:54,000 --> 00:14:57,559 The autopsy and toxicology reports are done, but their e-mail is down. 240 00:14:57,560 --> 00:15:00,119 They'll phone them through. OK. Dwayne and Fidel, 241 00:15:00,120 --> 00:15:02,679 start rounding up everyone on our A list. 242 00:15:02,680 --> 00:15:04,199 Let's eliminate who we can. 243 00:15:04,200 --> 00:15:05,359 Yes, Chief. 244 00:15:05,360 --> 00:15:09,039 Let's find out if there were any bigger investors in Paradise Beach, 245 00:15:09,040 --> 00:15:12,399 anyone who lost enough money to want to kill Leon Hamilton. 246 00:15:12,400 --> 00:15:15,839 We've got details of the bank. I'll call them on my way to the airport. 247 00:15:15,840 --> 00:15:19,439 Airport? Mrs Hamilton is coming to identify her husband's body. 248 00:15:19,440 --> 00:15:21,319 Remember? Yes. Sorry. 249 00:15:22,480 --> 00:15:23,999 That should be the autopsy. 250 00:15:24,000 --> 00:15:25,759 Great. 251 00:15:25,760 --> 00:15:28,879 Put it on speaker phone. DI Richard Poole. 252 00:15:37,760 --> 00:15:41,879 Yes, the birthday card came yesterday 253 00:15:41,880 --> 00:15:44,279 and the parcel came this morning. Thank you. 254 00:15:44,280 --> 00:15:47,280 No, always good to send separately, just in case. 255 00:15:48,640 --> 00:15:51,279 Yep. Yep. Listen, Mum, I'm actually at work 256 00:15:51,280 --> 00:15:55,680 and, I'm about to go into a meeting, so could we do this later? 257 00:15:57,160 --> 00:15:58,520 Yep. Thanks again. 258 00:16:00,120 --> 00:16:02,159 You too, yep. Bye. 259 00:16:02,160 --> 00:16:03,519 Goodbye. 260 00:16:03,520 --> 00:16:05,760 It's your birthday, sir? 261 00:16:07,120 --> 00:16:08,320 Yes. Today? Yes. 262 00:16:08,321 --> 00:16:12,639 Happy birthday. Happy birthday, sir. Thank you. So, how old are you? 263 00:16:12,640 --> 00:16:14,360 None of your business how old I am. 264 00:16:14,361 --> 00:16:17,080 Would everybody please get on with their tasks? 265 00:16:45,680 --> 00:16:47,280 Morning. 266 00:17:05,280 --> 00:17:06,679 Thank you. 267 00:17:06,680 --> 00:17:08,840 That can't have been easy. 268 00:17:11,200 --> 00:17:13,399 He looked so... 269 00:17:13,400 --> 00:17:15,000 still. 270 00:17:17,880 --> 00:17:19,039 I'm sorry. 271 00:17:19,040 --> 00:17:20,919 That's a stupid thing to say. No. 272 00:17:20,920 --> 00:17:22,359 What did I expect? 273 00:17:22,360 --> 00:17:25,120 He was hardly going to be tap dancing, was he? 274 00:17:27,440 --> 00:17:28,760 It's just that... 275 00:17:30,440 --> 00:17:33,200 I've never seen a dead body before. 276 00:17:34,440 --> 00:17:36,079 Have you any family here? 277 00:17:36,080 --> 00:17:37,919 Someone who can be with you? 278 00:17:37,920 --> 00:17:39,799 It's just us. 279 00:17:39,800 --> 00:17:41,920 Me. No. 280 00:17:44,160 --> 00:17:46,400 You must have loved him very much. 281 00:17:48,160 --> 00:17:49,280 Yes. 282 00:17:55,200 --> 00:17:58,200 If you're ready, I can take you to your hotel? 283 00:18:00,480 --> 00:18:01,839 I'm ready. Thank you. 284 00:18:01,840 --> 00:18:04,199 This is terribly exciting. 285 00:18:04,200 --> 00:18:05,759 I just need enough information 286 00:18:05,760 --> 00:18:08,399 to eliminate you from our enquiries, Mrs... 287 00:18:08,400 --> 00:18:09,919 Miss. Park. 288 00:18:09,920 --> 00:18:12,679 Miss Park. I love being interviewed. 289 00:18:12,680 --> 00:18:16,519 Though you realise the chances it's a member of the public are remote? 290 00:18:16,520 --> 00:18:18,359 I'm sorry? 291 00:18:18,360 --> 00:18:21,039 Any self-respecting murder aficionado would know 292 00:18:21,040 --> 00:18:24,119 about the Texas Institute of Criminal Profiling research 293 00:18:24,120 --> 00:18:26,519 into murder in a public place. Well... 294 00:18:26,520 --> 00:18:28,719 In 109 cases studied over 11 years, 295 00:18:28,720 --> 00:18:33,239 in only 3% of single murders committed in a public place 296 00:18:33,240 --> 00:18:35,639 was the killer found to have known the victim 297 00:18:35,640 --> 00:18:37,999 or indeed had any prior contact. I see... 298 00:18:38,000 --> 00:18:41,079 67% were carried out by paid assassins or hit men of some kind. 299 00:18:41,080 --> 00:18:43,319 22% were the result of a dispute 300 00:18:43,320 --> 00:18:46,639 that originated within an hour of the murder. Can I just... 301 00:18:46,640 --> 00:18:50,479 So a murder on a crowded ferry is almost certainly the work of someone paid... 302 00:18:50,480 --> 00:18:52,799 Miss Park! 303 00:18:52,800 --> 00:18:55,519 Much as I appreciate your enthusiasm, 304 00:18:55,520 --> 00:18:58,039 can I just ask a few simple questions 305 00:18:58,040 --> 00:19:00,479 to establish your whereabouts? 306 00:19:00,480 --> 00:19:01,919 Yes. 307 00:19:01,920 --> 00:19:03,639 Sorry. I got a bit excited. 308 00:19:03,640 --> 00:19:06,919 No, not at all. When I took the prisoner up to the seating area, 309 00:19:06,920 --> 00:19:08,799 you came out a few moments later. 310 00:19:08,800 --> 00:19:10,799 Yes. 311 00:19:10,800 --> 00:19:12,759 You knew I was with the prisoner? 312 00:19:12,760 --> 00:19:16,039 Yes, I saw you. He was bent over. It looked like he was being sick. 313 00:19:16,040 --> 00:19:19,959 And during your time outside, did you see anyone 314 00:19:19,960 --> 00:19:23,399 with a knife, or acting particularly suspiciously? 315 00:19:23,400 --> 00:19:24,879 No. 316 00:19:24,880 --> 00:19:28,399 The boat was a bit rocky. I was just holding on, to be honest. 317 00:19:28,400 --> 00:19:31,759 Your grandparents, 318 00:19:31,760 --> 00:19:36,119 they invested in the Paradise Beach complex a few years ago. Yes? 319 00:19:36,120 --> 00:19:38,919 You weren't aware the prisoner was Leon Hamilton, 320 00:19:38,920 --> 00:19:42,399 the man convicted of fraud when it went bust? No, I wasn't. 321 00:19:42,400 --> 00:19:43,520 You didn't know? 322 00:19:43,521 --> 00:19:46,239 No. But if I had, I'd have happily murdered him. 323 00:19:46,240 --> 00:19:49,679 He took everything my grandparents had, every last penny. 324 00:19:49,680 --> 00:19:50,880 I'm sorry. 325 00:19:52,160 --> 00:19:54,279 That makes me a suspect, doesn't it? 326 00:19:54,280 --> 00:19:55,839 Fidel! 327 00:19:55,840 --> 00:19:58,279 Of course I'll make myself completely available, 328 00:19:58,280 --> 00:19:59,959 should you need me again. 329 00:19:59,960 --> 00:20:01,999 Would you like my passport? 330 00:20:02,000 --> 00:20:05,360 No, it's OK. Thank you for your help, Miss Park. Have a good day. 331 00:20:08,120 --> 00:20:09,519 She seemed very chirpy. 332 00:20:09,520 --> 00:20:11,279 Mad as a bag of frogs. 333 00:20:11,280 --> 00:20:12,999 Is that the autopsy report? 334 00:20:13,000 --> 00:20:15,279 Yes, sir. Came while you were with Miss Park. 335 00:20:15,280 --> 00:20:18,359 Single wound, through the heart, just like you said. 336 00:20:18,360 --> 00:20:21,519 Anything else? No other injuries, no. 337 00:20:21,520 --> 00:20:22,999 Toxicology? All clear. 338 00:20:23,000 --> 00:20:26,719 Forensics on the murder weapon is with the report. No fingerprints. 339 00:20:26,720 --> 00:20:29,879 We're checking the make of the knife and outlets that sell it, 340 00:20:29,880 --> 00:20:32,639 but it's a pretty common blade. 341 00:20:32,640 --> 00:20:34,719 Thanks, Fidel. Sir. 342 00:20:34,720 --> 00:20:37,319 Sir? 343 00:20:37,320 --> 00:20:40,919 I hoped I could spend some time in the market today, round lunchtime. 344 00:20:40,920 --> 00:20:42,680 See if I can find our beggar thief. 345 00:20:42,681 --> 00:20:44,599 Beggar thief? 346 00:20:44,600 --> 00:20:46,039 Yes, sir. 347 00:20:46,040 --> 00:20:48,679 A woman posing as a beggar, stealing from tourists. 348 00:20:48,680 --> 00:20:50,839 I hate this kind of crime, sir. 349 00:20:50,840 --> 00:20:52,399 It reflects badly on the island. 350 00:20:52,400 --> 00:20:54,879 Two of the last thefts were at lunchtime, so... 351 00:20:54,880 --> 00:20:58,600 Modus operandi. Yes, sir. Then of course you must go. 352 00:21:06,280 --> 00:21:08,000 Vincent. 353 00:21:10,640 --> 00:21:13,159 How's it going? It isn't. 354 00:21:13,160 --> 00:21:15,919 Turns out he was the most unpopular man on the island, 355 00:21:15,920 --> 00:21:18,679 so I'm knee-deep in suspects. 356 00:21:18,680 --> 00:21:20,439 But that's a good thing, isn't it? 357 00:21:20,440 --> 00:21:22,639 No. Two or three's good, 358 00:21:22,640 --> 00:21:26,719 then you can whittle away by process of gradual elimination. 359 00:21:26,720 --> 00:21:29,639 907 just muddies the waters. 360 00:21:29,640 --> 00:21:31,440 What's that? 361 00:21:32,600 --> 00:21:35,719 I heard it was someone's birthday. I'm a year older. 362 00:21:35,720 --> 00:21:38,599 It hardly warrants a firework display. Take it away. 363 00:21:38,600 --> 00:21:40,839 I thought you'd like it. Well, I don't. 364 00:21:40,840 --> 00:21:44,759 I came to clear my head and for a cup of tea, so just tea, please, 365 00:21:44,760 --> 00:21:46,960 without any form of incendiary attached. 366 00:21:48,880 --> 00:21:50,839 I think you might have upset her. 367 00:21:50,840 --> 00:21:54,799 She's French, it's an occupational hazard. 368 00:21:54,800 --> 00:21:56,719 Sorry we're making slow progress. 369 00:21:56,720 --> 00:21:59,799 You must be keen to get home. A little. 370 00:21:59,800 --> 00:22:02,959 I'll speak to the commissioner. No point you being stuck here. 371 00:22:02,960 --> 00:22:04,399 Thank you. 372 00:22:04,400 --> 00:22:07,639 How well did you know Leon Hamilton? Not that well. 373 00:22:07,640 --> 00:22:10,119 I'd see him in the association room sometimes. 374 00:22:10,120 --> 00:22:12,239 But I work in admissions, so... 375 00:22:12,240 --> 00:22:16,359 There are over 300 prisoners in the jail. 376 00:22:16,360 --> 00:22:20,039 Men like Leon Hamilton tend to keep their heads down. 377 00:22:20,040 --> 00:22:23,359 That's the thing, you see, he didn't strike me as a con man. 378 00:22:23,360 --> 00:22:24,640 There was no brashness. 379 00:22:26,520 --> 00:22:28,919 In fact, I'd say there was a... 380 00:22:28,920 --> 00:22:30,559 sadness about him. 381 00:22:30,560 --> 00:22:33,360 Well, he was going from one prison to another. 382 00:22:34,640 --> 00:22:35,879 True. 383 00:22:35,880 --> 00:22:37,639 Dwayne said you were here. 384 00:22:37,640 --> 00:22:41,159 Vincent, you remember Detective Sergeant Bordey. 385 00:22:41,160 --> 00:22:43,479 Hello, Vincent. You found us, then? 386 00:22:43,480 --> 00:22:45,719 I suggested he came here for his meals. 387 00:22:45,720 --> 00:22:48,160 Catherine has been very thoughtful. 388 00:22:51,880 --> 00:22:54,639 Yes. He has that effect on my mother. 389 00:22:54,640 --> 00:22:57,399 Do you have family, Vincent? I'm divorced. 390 00:22:57,400 --> 00:22:59,839 That's a shame. 391 00:22:59,840 --> 00:23:02,039 For my bank balance, yes. 392 00:23:02,040 --> 00:23:04,840 Please let me know if there's anything I can do to help. 393 00:23:09,280 --> 00:23:10,679 Au revoir, Catherine. 394 00:23:10,680 --> 00:23:12,320 Au revoir, Vincent. 395 00:23:14,160 --> 00:23:16,000 Got a spoon? 396 00:23:17,920 --> 00:23:21,519 So, Mrs Hamilton formally identified her husband. 397 00:23:21,520 --> 00:23:25,039 She told me she has little to do with his business, 398 00:23:25,040 --> 00:23:27,399 and she was as shocked as everyone else 399 00:23:27,400 --> 00:23:29,479 when he was found guilty of fraud. 400 00:23:29,480 --> 00:23:31,559 How long's she staying on Saint-Marie? 401 00:23:31,560 --> 00:23:34,679 Just long enough to make the funeral arrangements. 402 00:23:36,240 --> 00:23:38,639 Is she... 403 00:23:38,640 --> 00:23:40,559 not having the body shipped home? 404 00:23:40,560 --> 00:23:42,959 No, she said he used to sail around the islands 405 00:23:42,960 --> 00:23:44,400 and he loved Saint-Marie, 406 00:23:44,401 --> 00:23:46,400 so she wants him cremated here. 407 00:23:57,000 --> 00:23:58,880 I'm here. 408 00:24:03,160 --> 00:24:06,399 Leon Hamilton told me he'd never been to Saint-Marie before, 409 00:24:06,400 --> 00:24:08,519 yet now his wife says he often sailed here 410 00:24:08,520 --> 00:24:10,159 and it was his favourite place. 411 00:24:10,160 --> 00:24:14,719 Haven't you ever heard of a husband and wife who don't communicate? 412 00:24:14,720 --> 00:24:18,599 Yet add the fact that supposedly he was an experienced sailor 413 00:24:18,600 --> 00:24:21,759 who felt seasick on a ferry, 414 00:24:21,760 --> 00:24:23,840 and something just doesn't add up. 415 00:24:25,920 --> 00:24:27,280 Like what? 416 00:24:28,840 --> 00:24:31,239 Maybe he lied to his wife about where he'd been, 417 00:24:31,240 --> 00:24:32,879 to cover up an affair. 418 00:24:32,880 --> 00:24:35,199 Maybe she lied about him loving Saint-Marie, 419 00:24:35,200 --> 00:24:36,919 because their marriage was a sham 420 00:24:36,920 --> 00:24:39,559 and she didn't care enough to have him shipped home. 421 00:24:39,560 --> 00:24:41,319 No, she loved him. I'm sure of it. 422 00:24:41,320 --> 00:24:42,559 How? 423 00:24:42,560 --> 00:24:43,800 I talked to her. 424 00:24:45,040 --> 00:24:47,199 And you can tell whether people are in love 425 00:24:47,200 --> 00:24:48,879 just by talking to them, can you? 426 00:24:48,880 --> 00:24:50,079 Yes. 427 00:24:50,080 --> 00:24:52,239 By what they say, 428 00:24:52,240 --> 00:24:54,519 their eyes, the tone of their voice... 429 00:24:54,520 --> 00:24:57,040 I find that very hard to believe. 430 00:24:59,760 --> 00:25:01,520 Have you ever been in love? 431 00:25:05,200 --> 00:25:08,159 This has to be connected to Hamilton's business dealings. 432 00:25:08,160 --> 00:25:09,560 Have we spoken to the bank? 433 00:25:09,561 --> 00:25:11,319 No. They haven't got back to me. 434 00:25:11,320 --> 00:25:12,880 Then let's start there. 435 00:25:53,040 --> 00:25:54,960 What about Samuel King's statement? 436 00:25:54,961 --> 00:25:57,879 Anything of interest? 437 00:25:57,880 --> 00:26:01,639 He's been around long enough not to give too much away. 438 00:26:01,640 --> 00:26:03,759 I asked him why he was on the ferry. 439 00:26:03,760 --> 00:26:05,559 He said he was sightseeing. 440 00:26:05,560 --> 00:26:07,559 He denies knowing the victim. 441 00:26:07,560 --> 00:26:09,879 But you don't believe him? 442 00:26:09,880 --> 00:26:13,759 The thing is, I saw him at the bar paying for his coffee. 443 00:26:13,760 --> 00:26:16,279 He had a wad of notes big enough to choke a donkey. 444 00:26:16,280 --> 00:26:20,119 Did you ask him about it? He said he sold an old car. 445 00:26:20,120 --> 00:26:23,119 But? He couldn't remember what kind of car it was, 446 00:26:23,120 --> 00:26:26,999 whose name it was registered in, or who he sold it to. 447 00:26:27,000 --> 00:26:28,319 I could bring him in. 448 00:26:28,320 --> 00:26:30,919 A criminal with a wad of cash isn't going to be honest 449 00:26:30,920 --> 00:26:32,400 about how he got it, is he? 450 00:26:32,401 --> 00:26:34,520 That doesn't make him a murderer. 451 00:26:36,320 --> 00:26:38,160 I'm supposed to be at the bank. 452 00:26:38,161 --> 00:26:41,159 I don't believe it! I was so close! 453 00:26:41,160 --> 00:26:43,519 The beggar thief struck in the market again. 454 00:26:43,520 --> 00:26:46,239 She got a purse. You got outrun by a little old lady? 455 00:26:46,240 --> 00:26:48,399 She disappeared down an alley, so... 456 00:26:48,400 --> 00:26:50,159 The shame of it. 457 00:26:50,160 --> 00:26:53,159 Maybe next time, you try and catch her. OK, see you later. 458 00:26:53,160 --> 00:26:56,679 Wait, wait. What are we doing for the Chief's birthday? 459 00:26:56,680 --> 00:26:58,919 I don't think he's keen on surprises. 460 00:26:58,920 --> 00:27:00,439 We have to do something! 461 00:27:00,440 --> 00:27:03,119 You could run down and get a cake. You think? 462 00:27:03,120 --> 00:27:06,599 No, on second thoughts, wait till we catch your little old lady. 463 00:27:06,600 --> 00:27:08,480 We'll send her. She'll be quicker. 464 00:27:11,800 --> 00:27:14,279 I'm sorry to interrupt your break. 465 00:27:14,280 --> 00:27:17,519 You don't want bank coffee, believe me. Please. 466 00:27:17,520 --> 00:27:18,840 Thank you. Bonjour. 467 00:27:20,400 --> 00:27:22,119 Cappuccino, please. Two. 468 00:27:22,120 --> 00:27:23,839 Water for me. Thank you. 469 00:27:23,840 --> 00:27:27,279 When Leon Hamilton put his company into liquidation 470 00:27:27,280 --> 00:27:29,159 and his creditors were notified, 471 00:27:29,160 --> 00:27:31,799 it was soon clear none of his suppliers had been paid, 472 00:27:31,800 --> 00:27:34,439 even though the company accounts showed they had. 473 00:27:34,440 --> 00:27:36,399 False accounting? Yes. 474 00:27:36,400 --> 00:27:39,839 That's when we called the police. How much money? 475 00:27:39,840 --> 00:27:43,639 Close to 2 million is still unaccounted for. 476 00:27:43,640 --> 00:27:47,519 Our investigators tried to track it down but it was transferred overseas. 477 00:27:47,520 --> 00:27:50,839 They got as far as Miami, and then lost it. 478 00:27:50,840 --> 00:27:54,359 We think it's in Europe somewhere. So Paradise Beach was a scam? 479 00:27:54,360 --> 00:27:58,879 Essentially, yes. He raised almost a million from private investors 480 00:27:58,880 --> 00:28:02,119 and took a loan from us for the rest. And the loan was unsecured? 481 00:28:02,120 --> 00:28:04,239 It was secured against the land, 482 00:28:04,240 --> 00:28:08,639 but it now seems that the land was virtually worthless. 483 00:28:08,640 --> 00:28:12,119 Anything he built there would have fallen into the sea within a year. 484 00:28:12,120 --> 00:28:14,439 He'd falsified surveyors' reports. 485 00:28:14,440 --> 00:28:18,879 Were there any larger investors? Anyone who took a real hit? 486 00:28:18,880 --> 00:28:21,599 The largest single investor after the bank 487 00:28:21,600 --> 00:28:24,919 was a local businessman, Gordon Foster. 488 00:28:24,920 --> 00:28:26,959 He attended Leon Hamilton's trial. 489 00:28:26,960 --> 00:28:29,999 Got thrown out for shouting abuse at the defendant. 490 00:28:30,000 --> 00:28:32,119 So he's a man with a grudge. 491 00:28:32,120 --> 00:28:35,440 He lost 300,000. Wouldn't you be? 492 00:28:37,800 --> 00:28:42,040 I've brought statements from all the relevant accounts. 493 00:28:46,360 --> 00:28:48,400 That's Gordon's. 494 00:28:49,760 --> 00:28:51,839 Mr Foster? 495 00:28:51,840 --> 00:28:53,919 Detective Inspector Richard Poole. 496 00:28:53,920 --> 00:28:57,640 This is Detective Sergeant Bordey. May we join you? Be my guest. 497 00:28:59,280 --> 00:29:00,759 How can I help? 498 00:29:00,760 --> 00:29:03,159 We'd like to talk to you about Leon Hamilton. 499 00:29:03,160 --> 00:29:04,879 There's not much to say. 500 00:29:04,880 --> 00:29:06,999 He was a con man and deserved all he got. 501 00:29:07,000 --> 00:29:08,960 You're saying he deserved to die? 502 00:29:09,880 --> 00:29:11,599 I meant prison. 503 00:29:11,600 --> 00:29:15,640 Though there was a time when I'd have gladly strangled him with my bare hands. 504 00:29:17,760 --> 00:29:19,720 That's a figure of speech. 505 00:29:21,040 --> 00:29:24,559 How well did you know him? Hardly at all. 506 00:29:24,560 --> 00:29:29,079 He was a bit of a recluse. I had one meeting to listen to his pitch 507 00:29:29,080 --> 00:29:32,079 telling me how much money I was going to make, 508 00:29:32,080 --> 00:29:33,879 and another to sign a contract. 509 00:29:33,880 --> 00:29:36,879 In Saint-Marie? No. I had to fly to Guadeloupe. 510 00:29:36,880 --> 00:29:40,839 He talked about opening an office here, but it never happened. 511 00:29:40,840 --> 00:29:42,399 Now I know why. 512 00:29:42,400 --> 00:29:44,559 And the next time you saw him was in court? 513 00:29:44,560 --> 00:29:47,359 Yes. Where you threatened him? 514 00:29:47,360 --> 00:29:49,520 Too right. 515 00:29:51,280 --> 00:29:53,439 I invested because I run a cleaning firm. 516 00:29:53,440 --> 00:29:56,879 Hamilton promised me the contracts to Paradise Beach if I did. 517 00:29:56,880 --> 00:29:59,959 40 people lost their jobs when he went bust 518 00:29:59,960 --> 00:30:03,279 and the bugger very nearly took me down with him. 519 00:30:03,280 --> 00:30:06,159 Luckily, his wife appears to have stood by him. 520 00:30:06,160 --> 00:30:10,159 What? HIS marriage didn't break up, did it? 521 00:30:10,160 --> 00:30:11,879 How the hell did you know... 522 00:30:11,880 --> 00:30:13,160 You have a tan line. 523 00:30:16,640 --> 00:30:19,279 The divorce came through last week. 524 00:30:19,280 --> 00:30:23,519 Me losing all the money and the stress of it all, it... 525 00:30:23,520 --> 00:30:25,279 it was the last straw. 526 00:30:25,280 --> 00:30:28,519 Can I ask where you were yesterday? In my office. 527 00:30:28,520 --> 00:30:30,839 All day? From 8:30am until 7pm. 528 00:30:30,840 --> 00:30:32,758 Witnesses? How many would you like? 529 00:30:32,759 --> 00:30:33,840 One would suffice. 530 00:30:38,160 --> 00:30:41,720 This is the number of Alice, my PA. 531 00:30:45,000 --> 00:30:46,400 She was with me all day. 532 00:30:48,760 --> 00:30:50,000 Thank you. 533 00:30:53,280 --> 00:30:55,719 Well, he lost a fortune. 534 00:30:55,720 --> 00:31:00,079 His business was clearly threatened, and he lost his wife and son. 535 00:31:00,080 --> 00:31:01,560 Motive enough for me. 536 00:31:02,920 --> 00:31:05,839 Thank you for agreeing to see us. 537 00:31:05,840 --> 00:31:08,919 Well, I'm not sure what help I can be. 538 00:31:08,920 --> 00:31:13,559 Your husband sailed a yacht around Saint-Marie, I understand? Yes. 539 00:31:13,560 --> 00:31:15,040 A lot? 540 00:31:16,160 --> 00:31:18,479 I don't know. Yes. 541 00:31:18,480 --> 00:31:22,719 Apparently enough for you to want to cremate him here. Yes. Yes. 542 00:31:22,720 --> 00:31:25,479 I mean... Sorry, how is this important? 543 00:31:25,480 --> 00:31:29,119 I won't know that until I have your answer. So, how many times 544 00:31:29,120 --> 00:31:32,360 did he come sailing here? Once? Twice? I said I didn't recall. 545 00:31:34,280 --> 00:31:36,400 I see. 546 00:31:37,520 --> 00:31:40,839 I understand you weren't involved in the Paradise Beach complex. 547 00:31:40,840 --> 00:31:43,159 Not really. I mean, of course I knew about it, 548 00:31:43,160 --> 00:31:46,319 because Leon would talk about it. But details? 549 00:31:46,320 --> 00:31:48,159 Business isn't my strong point. 550 00:31:48,160 --> 00:31:51,400 So you wouldn't have any idea where he'd stash 2 million? 551 00:31:53,520 --> 00:31:54,759 Excuse me? 552 00:31:54,760 --> 00:31:58,600 The amount the bank believe he'd stolen from the company account. 553 00:32:00,280 --> 00:32:03,399 I would know if we had that sort of money, 554 00:32:03,400 --> 00:32:05,919 and I can you assure you we most certainly did not. 555 00:32:05,920 --> 00:32:08,640 Or perhaps he simply didn't tell you about it. 556 00:32:10,600 --> 00:32:12,439 I'm sorry, I think that's enough. 557 00:32:16,240 --> 00:32:19,319 My husband died only yesterday. 558 00:32:19,320 --> 00:32:22,039 In your care, as I understand it. 559 00:32:22,040 --> 00:32:25,880 So I have no intention of sitting here listening to you sully his memory. 560 00:32:27,160 --> 00:32:30,559 Despite what you may have heard, my husband was not a con man. 561 00:32:30,560 --> 00:32:33,319 He may have cut the odd corner. What businessman doesn't? 562 00:32:33,320 --> 00:32:36,479 But he wanted Paradise Beach to work as much as everybody. 563 00:32:36,480 --> 00:32:38,279 He was just unlucky. Nothing more. 564 00:32:38,280 --> 00:32:40,759 And whatever his shortcomings, 565 00:32:40,760 --> 00:32:44,520 he certainly didn't deserve to die for them. 566 00:32:46,240 --> 00:32:49,159 See? See what? I told you she loved him. 567 00:32:49,160 --> 00:32:52,239 She could just be a very convincing liar. 568 00:32:52,240 --> 00:32:54,519 But she talked with such passion. 569 00:32:54,520 --> 00:32:57,239 But passion for her dead husband 570 00:32:57,240 --> 00:33:01,240 or passion not to get caught for being involved in his murder? 571 00:33:09,480 --> 00:33:12,439 Chief? The commissioner called in. 572 00:33:12,440 --> 00:33:16,279 He wanted to know if we'd made any progress in the Leon Hamilton case. 573 00:33:16,280 --> 00:33:18,359 Thank you. 574 00:33:20,160 --> 00:33:22,400 Honore Police Station. 575 00:33:23,560 --> 00:33:27,959 Means, motive and opportunity 576 00:33:27,960 --> 00:33:30,919 are usually difficult to establish, 577 00:33:30,920 --> 00:33:33,639 but here we have them in abundance. 578 00:33:33,640 --> 00:33:36,479 The means... a common blade, 579 00:33:36,480 --> 00:33:39,079 easy enough for anyone to pick up. 580 00:33:39,080 --> 00:33:44,479 Opportunity... despite the fact that he was a prisoner being transferred, 581 00:33:44,480 --> 00:33:47,479 the boat was crowded, people bumping into one another, 582 00:33:47,480 --> 00:33:50,519 simple enough for the killer to find time for a single blow. 583 00:33:50,520 --> 00:33:52,800 As for motive... 584 00:33:55,120 --> 00:33:58,319 half the island appears to have one. 585 00:33:58,320 --> 00:34:00,160 OK. I'll send an officer round. 586 00:34:01,360 --> 00:34:04,439 Fidel, you'd better get down to the old market, Cove Lane. 587 00:34:04,440 --> 00:34:08,520 The beggar thief just stole another purse. No! 588 00:34:11,000 --> 00:34:14,559 But the people on the ferry, if they had recognised him, 589 00:34:14,560 --> 00:34:17,319 they may have attacked him, thrown him overboard, even, 590 00:34:17,320 --> 00:34:19,799 but not this. 591 00:34:19,800 --> 00:34:22,719 You're right. It had to be premeditated. 592 00:34:22,720 --> 00:34:24,959 Whoever killed Leon Hamilton 593 00:34:24,960 --> 00:34:27,400 knew he was going to be on that ferry. 594 00:34:29,160 --> 00:34:32,519 It was a confined space, nowhere to hide. 595 00:34:32,520 --> 00:34:35,839 If you couldn't afford to be seen, what would you do? 596 00:34:35,840 --> 00:34:37,920 Pay someone to do it for me? 597 00:34:41,480 --> 00:34:45,319 Dwayne? Chief? The man you interviewed earlier, 598 00:34:45,320 --> 00:34:48,839 Samuel King... is he capable of this? At the right price? Hell, yes. 599 00:34:48,840 --> 00:34:50,879 Then as we appear to have hit a dead end, 600 00:34:50,880 --> 00:34:54,119 maybe it's time I spoke to him after all. 601 00:34:54,120 --> 00:34:55,600 Where can I find him? 602 00:34:59,240 --> 00:35:00,479 Mr King? 603 00:35:00,480 --> 00:35:03,559 I'm Detective Inspector Richard Poole. 604 00:35:03,560 --> 00:35:06,079 As you know, this is Police Officer Dwayne Myers. 605 00:35:06,080 --> 00:35:08,679 We'd, like to ask you a few questions. 606 00:35:08,680 --> 00:35:10,879 I've already spoken to your boy. 607 00:35:10,880 --> 00:35:13,360 Well, now we have some different questions. 608 00:35:15,600 --> 00:35:17,120 Watch him! 609 00:35:21,880 --> 00:35:23,000 Wait! 610 00:35:39,000 --> 00:35:41,040 Coming through! 611 00:36:02,720 --> 00:36:04,040 Mr Foster! 612 00:36:07,560 --> 00:36:11,319 It was a few weeks back, just after my wife left. 613 00:36:11,320 --> 00:36:13,039 I was drunk out of my skull. 614 00:36:13,040 --> 00:36:15,719 I met Samuel King in a bar 615 00:36:15,720 --> 00:36:18,879 and he was boasting about being a part of the underworld, 616 00:36:18,880 --> 00:36:21,999 a... "fixer", if you like. 617 00:36:22,000 --> 00:36:25,479 And apparently, I asked him how much it would cost to... 618 00:36:25,480 --> 00:36:28,000 "fix" Leon Hamilton. 619 00:36:29,160 --> 00:36:31,280 He said fifty grand. 620 00:36:33,440 --> 00:36:37,520 God, I was drunk. It wasn't a serious proposition! 621 00:36:38,520 --> 00:36:42,679 Then why were you sitting with him and why did you run when you saw us? 622 00:36:42,680 --> 00:36:46,839 Yesterday, he came to the house. He said that he had done it 623 00:36:46,840 --> 00:36:49,039 and he demanded payment. 624 00:36:49,040 --> 00:36:52,839 My God, I had no idea he was bloody going to go through with it! 625 00:36:52,840 --> 00:36:54,399 So you paid him? 626 00:36:54,400 --> 00:36:56,479 I wish. 627 00:36:56,480 --> 00:36:59,279 I don't have that kind of money any more. 628 00:36:59,280 --> 00:37:01,919 I just gave him a few hundred to make him go away. 629 00:37:04,200 --> 00:37:07,480 And then he came back for more? 630 00:37:08,840 --> 00:37:12,479 He said that if I didn't come here today with more money... 631 00:37:12,480 --> 00:37:14,360 he would go to the police. 632 00:37:18,240 --> 00:37:23,439 So, what would happen if I just got up and walked out? 633 00:37:23,440 --> 00:37:26,479 We both know that isn't going to happen. 634 00:37:26,480 --> 00:37:29,599 I could always leave a little something behind. 635 00:37:29,600 --> 00:37:31,479 You could say you were distracted. 636 00:37:31,480 --> 00:37:34,879 You know, I really hope you're not suggesting what I think you are. 637 00:37:34,880 --> 00:37:36,719 Me? 638 00:37:36,720 --> 00:37:39,240 No! Just asking a question. 639 00:37:41,600 --> 00:37:45,840 Did you lose him? No, I got him, but he's in the hospital. 640 00:37:48,320 --> 00:37:52,839 No, I didn't... I mean, it was his foot. 641 00:37:52,840 --> 00:37:55,040 Samuel King, I'm arresting you on 642 00:37:55,041 --> 00:37:57,240 suspicion of the murder of Leon Hamilton. 643 00:38:04,880 --> 00:38:08,799 Gordon Foster said that you've been demanding money 644 00:38:08,800 --> 00:38:12,240 for carrying out the murder of Leon Hamilton. Is that right? 645 00:38:15,080 --> 00:38:16,720 Yes. It is. 646 00:38:20,560 --> 00:38:21,879 Hello? 647 00:38:21,880 --> 00:38:24,279 And I'm sure you have plenty of contacts 648 00:38:24,280 --> 00:38:27,719 who can inform you of a prisoner being transferred to another prison. 649 00:38:27,720 --> 00:38:30,240 You think?! 650 00:38:34,080 --> 00:38:37,079 You don't deny being on the ferry? 651 00:38:37,080 --> 00:38:40,439 It seems to me that you are the one who's asking all of the questions. 652 00:38:40,440 --> 00:38:43,239 I'm just admiring the view. 653 00:38:43,240 --> 00:38:45,199 I'm not. 654 00:38:45,200 --> 00:38:48,039 Did you carry out the murder of Leon Hamilton, 655 00:38:48,040 --> 00:38:50,800 as you suggested to Mr Foster? No, I did not. 656 00:38:52,320 --> 00:38:55,919 And yet you demanded money for doing so, which is blackmail. 657 00:38:55,920 --> 00:38:59,639 Either way, you're going to prison. The only question is for how long. 658 00:38:59,640 --> 00:39:01,999 He won't testify against me. 659 00:39:02,000 --> 00:39:03,919 He's got no balls. 660 00:39:03,920 --> 00:39:06,720 What happened on that ferry? 661 00:39:08,000 --> 00:39:09,799 I don't remember. 662 00:39:09,800 --> 00:39:12,519 Very well, perhaps a night in a cell 663 00:39:12,520 --> 00:39:15,159 will improve your memory and your manners. 664 00:39:15,160 --> 00:39:19,279 OK, I don't need a night in here. Come on, I've not done anything. 665 00:39:19,280 --> 00:39:22,519 Dwayne? All right, look, no messing. 666 00:39:22,520 --> 00:39:24,639 Everything that guy said was true. 667 00:39:24,640 --> 00:39:26,760 OK, sit down. 668 00:39:30,440 --> 00:39:34,559 He came into the bar wasted, started talking about this Leon Hamilton, 669 00:39:34,560 --> 00:39:37,559 some big shot from Guadeloupe who'd ruined his life, 670 00:39:37,560 --> 00:39:40,399 and what he'd do to him. So you offered to murder him? 671 00:39:40,400 --> 00:39:42,919 I was only messing! It was no big deal. 672 00:39:42,920 --> 00:39:45,959 I thought I might scam an upfront payment off him. 673 00:39:45,960 --> 00:39:47,479 And then what happened? 674 00:39:47,480 --> 00:39:50,199 Well, nothing. I'd forgotten all about it 675 00:39:50,200 --> 00:39:52,839 until I'd heard that Leon Hamilton had been murdered 676 00:39:52,840 --> 00:39:56,880 on the very same ferry that I'd been on. It was too good to miss! 677 00:39:58,320 --> 00:40:00,520 So you went to Gordon Foster and told him it 678 00:40:00,521 --> 00:40:02,720 was you in the hope of getting paid. Yeah. 679 00:40:04,000 --> 00:40:07,360 It was working, too, until you turned up. 680 00:40:09,840 --> 00:40:12,320 Yeah, I think I know the guy you're talking about. 681 00:40:12,321 --> 00:40:15,279 Gold chains. Mean-looking guy. That's him. 682 00:40:15,280 --> 00:40:17,520 Yeah. Yeah, he would get my vote. 683 00:40:23,000 --> 00:40:27,879 Did Leon Hamilton talk about Saint-Marie when he was in prison? 684 00:40:27,880 --> 00:40:29,839 I'm not sure. Why? 685 00:40:29,840 --> 00:40:32,399 I was wondering how often he'd been here. 686 00:40:32,400 --> 00:40:34,679 Is it important? 687 00:40:34,680 --> 00:40:38,080 I think so. I'm just, you know, not really sure why. 688 00:40:40,000 --> 00:40:41,320 Sex and money. 689 00:40:43,000 --> 00:40:45,919 All murders are about sex or money. 690 00:40:45,920 --> 00:40:50,279 Sorry, I don't want to appear rude, 691 00:40:50,280 --> 00:40:52,159 but, do you mind? 692 00:40:52,160 --> 00:40:55,879 So no new developments, then? Nothing I should know about? 693 00:40:55,880 --> 00:40:57,599 No. 694 00:40:57,600 --> 00:41:00,039 I could help. 695 00:41:00,040 --> 00:41:02,119 I know the five BRMs off by heart. 696 00:41:02,120 --> 00:41:04,319 The what? BRMs! 697 00:41:04,320 --> 00:41:05,919 Basic rules of murder. 698 00:41:05,920 --> 00:41:09,159 If it's not sex, it's money. If it's not money, it's sex. 699 00:41:09,160 --> 00:41:11,239 A wife is most likely to kill a husband. 700 00:41:11,240 --> 00:41:13,439 A husband is most likely to kill a wife. 701 00:41:13,440 --> 00:41:18,079 And the last person you should discount should be the one you least suspect. 702 00:41:18,080 --> 00:41:20,799 I've never heard such claptrap in 23 years of policing. 703 00:41:20,800 --> 00:41:23,919 It's in the November issue of Murder Monthly. 704 00:41:23,920 --> 00:41:27,879 I don't care. Would you excuse us? We were having a private conversation. 705 00:41:27,880 --> 00:41:30,039 Very well. 706 00:41:30,040 --> 00:41:32,639 But remember, if you use your BRMs, 707 00:41:32,640 --> 00:41:34,520 you'll never go far wrong. 708 00:42:06,840 --> 00:42:09,079 I know you're under pressure. 709 00:42:09,080 --> 00:42:12,079 We all are. But would it really be so hard to just once 710 00:42:12,080 --> 00:42:14,199 be nice? 711 00:42:14,200 --> 00:42:15,560 I'm sorry. 712 00:42:18,360 --> 00:42:19,720 It was very rude. 713 00:42:21,000 --> 00:42:22,440 Yes, it was. 714 00:42:23,520 --> 00:42:24,720 Is that it? 715 00:42:26,240 --> 00:42:27,999 Good. Now, not only that the bank statements 716 00:42:28,000 --> 00:42:32,079 show money being drawn out of the company account over a period of time 717 00:42:32,080 --> 00:42:34,159 but, look, the same the same thing is happening to their private account. 718 00:42:34,160 --> 00:42:36,239 You left people singing Happy Birthday 719 00:42:36,240 --> 00:42:38,359 just to look at bank statements? 720 00:42:38,360 --> 00:42:40,879 Yes, and I've already apologised. Can we move on? 721 00:42:40,880 --> 00:42:42,839 You are impossible! 722 00:42:42,840 --> 00:42:45,079 Mrs Hamilton withdrew 50,000 723 00:42:45,080 --> 00:42:48,199 from their joint account three weeks ago. 724 00:42:48,200 --> 00:42:50,239 Wait, wait, wait. 725 00:42:50,240 --> 00:42:52,999 Fifty thousand? 726 00:42:53,000 --> 00:42:55,999 Isn't that what Samuel King asked Gordon Foster to pay? 727 00:42:56,000 --> 00:42:59,719 The exact amount. Bit of a coincidence, don't you think? 728 00:42:59,720 --> 00:43:01,479 Yeah. 729 00:43:01,480 --> 00:43:03,000 Sex and money. 730 00:43:05,120 --> 00:43:07,359 Excuse me? 731 00:43:07,360 --> 00:43:10,239 The madwoman was right. Great motives for murder. 732 00:43:10,240 --> 00:43:12,719 I think we'll go and see Ann 733 00:43:12,720 --> 00:43:14,479 first thing in the morning. 734 00:43:14,480 --> 00:43:17,199 So, are you coming back to the party? 735 00:43:17,200 --> 00:43:18,560 I won't, if you don't mind. 736 00:43:18,561 --> 00:43:21,279 Early night. 737 00:43:21,280 --> 00:43:22,879 A lot to do tomorrow. 738 00:43:22,880 --> 00:43:25,160 I brought you a slice of cake. 739 00:43:26,600 --> 00:43:28,120 Happy birthday. 740 00:44:36,480 --> 00:44:38,920 I thought you'd forgotten all about me. 741 00:44:42,720 --> 00:44:44,199 Morning, sir. 742 00:44:44,200 --> 00:44:45,879 Morning, team. 743 00:44:45,880 --> 00:44:48,359 Great party, chief. Looks like it. 744 00:44:48,360 --> 00:44:50,199 I was just going to call you, sir. 745 00:44:50,200 --> 00:44:53,199 Leon Hamilton is being cremated at 11:30 this morning. 746 00:44:53,200 --> 00:44:54,719 We ran an airline check. 747 00:44:54,720 --> 00:44:58,919 Ann Hamilton has booked the next flight off the island, the 14:05 to Miami. 748 00:44:58,920 --> 00:45:00,919 It's her, isn't it? Where's Camille? 749 00:45:00,920 --> 00:45:02,720 On her way to Ann Hamilton's hotel. 750 00:45:02,721 --> 00:45:04,240 OK, I'll see her there. 751 00:45:06,120 --> 00:45:08,519 You ready? What? 752 00:45:08,520 --> 00:45:11,560 The beggar thief. You promised to help me, remember? 753 00:45:16,720 --> 00:45:19,239 That woman I left the party with last night... 754 00:45:19,240 --> 00:45:21,119 There were two of them. 755 00:45:21,120 --> 00:45:23,000 So I wasn't seeing double! 756 00:45:24,600 --> 00:45:26,559 That's her! The beggar thief. 757 00:45:26,560 --> 00:45:28,160 Stop! Stop! 758 00:45:49,760 --> 00:45:50,959 Philip?! 759 00:45:50,960 --> 00:45:53,120 Wait till I tell your mother. 760 00:46:08,000 --> 00:46:09,639 Police, police! Let me through! 761 00:46:09,640 --> 00:46:11,480 Excuse me. 762 00:46:27,880 --> 00:46:30,439 You don't believe she fell? No. 763 00:46:30,440 --> 00:46:34,559 No more than I believe it was grief-induced suicide. 764 00:46:34,560 --> 00:46:37,119 But who would kill her? 765 00:46:37,120 --> 00:46:39,919 I think we were on the right trail, you know? 766 00:46:39,920 --> 00:46:43,599 I think somehow she was involved in her husband's death. 767 00:46:43,600 --> 00:46:46,240 She must have had an accomplice. 768 00:46:47,360 --> 00:46:49,199 Samuel King is in a cell. 769 00:46:49,200 --> 00:46:51,519 Gordon Foster? 770 00:46:51,520 --> 00:46:53,919 I think if we find out who killed Mrs Hamilton, 771 00:46:53,920 --> 00:46:56,479 we'll also find out who killed her husband. 772 00:46:56,480 --> 00:46:59,719 Unlike Leon Hamilton, who had queues of people wanting him dead, 773 00:46:59,720 --> 00:47:04,200 we just need to work out who profited from Mrs Hamilton's death. 774 00:47:07,600 --> 00:47:09,120 Let's get you locked up. 775 00:47:11,720 --> 00:47:13,879 Fidel? Yes, sir? Why is he dressed as a woman? 776 00:47:13,880 --> 00:47:17,759 He's the beggar thief, sir. But that was a woman. 777 00:47:17,760 --> 00:47:19,880 No, sir, it was Philip. In a dress. 778 00:47:22,400 --> 00:47:24,359 Anything else, sir? 779 00:47:24,360 --> 00:47:26,520 No, no. Thank you, Fidel. 780 00:47:27,880 --> 00:47:30,479 Thank you. OK, they've cordoned off the room. 781 00:47:30,480 --> 00:47:32,400 Shall I send Dwayne and Fidel over? 782 00:47:32,401 --> 00:47:34,279 No! 783 00:47:34,280 --> 00:47:36,599 No what? That's... That's what? 784 00:47:36,600 --> 00:47:39,479 If... If what? 785 00:47:39,480 --> 00:47:42,439 Where's Vincent? He was having breakfast at Catherine's bar. 786 00:47:42,440 --> 00:47:46,959 Fidel? Yes, sir? Get Gordon Foster. Keep him here till I call you. 787 00:47:46,960 --> 00:47:50,599 Understand? Yes, sir. Repeat it. Get Gordon Foster, keep him here. 788 00:47:50,600 --> 00:47:52,439 Excellent. Go on. What's going on? 789 00:47:52,440 --> 00:47:55,359 I don't know. I mean, I think I know. 790 00:47:55,360 --> 00:47:57,959 You think? Well, it's how it works, usually. 791 00:47:57,960 --> 00:48:00,879 I mean, at least, it's the start of how it works. 792 00:48:00,880 --> 00:48:04,239 You raise a notion, a thought, a possibility. 793 00:48:04,240 --> 00:48:07,119 Then you bombard it with fact, 794 00:48:07,120 --> 00:48:09,759 with things already established, to test it. 795 00:48:09,760 --> 00:48:13,359 And if that notion, however absurd, however outlandish, 796 00:48:13,360 --> 00:48:16,239 well, if it stands up to that kind of scrutiny, 797 00:48:16,240 --> 00:48:17,999 if it still fits, 798 00:48:18,000 --> 00:48:22,399 if it can't be disproved by what we already know... 799 00:48:22,400 --> 00:48:27,119 well, I mean, mostly... not always, but, yeah, mostly... 800 00:48:27,120 --> 00:48:29,440 it's the truth. 801 00:48:35,360 --> 00:48:37,360 Bring Samuel King. Come on! 802 00:48:40,240 --> 00:48:43,559 Richard! I was hoping to see you before I went. 803 00:48:43,560 --> 00:48:45,879 Then I'm glad not to disappoint. Have a drink. 804 00:48:45,880 --> 00:48:48,479 No, thank you, still on duty. 805 00:48:48,480 --> 00:48:51,319 So, how was your birthday? Good, thank you. 806 00:48:51,320 --> 00:48:56,320 You missed your own party. Yes, so I understand. Still, always next year. 807 00:48:57,280 --> 00:48:58,719 Hopefully. 808 00:48:58,720 --> 00:49:00,239 Shall we? 809 00:49:00,240 --> 00:49:03,639 What's going on? Well, I hoped we might just run through the case. 810 00:49:03,640 --> 00:49:07,000 You don't mind, do you? Why should I? Why indeed? 811 00:49:09,120 --> 00:49:13,479 You see, this case should have been the easiest I've dealt with. 812 00:49:13,480 --> 00:49:16,639 I was handcuffed to the victim when he was murdered, after all. 813 00:49:16,640 --> 00:49:18,679 But in reality, it turned out to be 814 00:49:18,680 --> 00:49:20,679 one of the most confusing. 815 00:49:20,680 --> 00:49:23,599 The murder itself wasn't particularly baffling. 816 00:49:23,600 --> 00:49:25,759 Audacious? Yes. 817 00:49:25,760 --> 00:49:28,559 Daring? Absolutely. 818 00:49:28,560 --> 00:49:32,199 But then... Well, it just takes a second 819 00:49:32,200 --> 00:49:34,359 to plunge a blade into a man's heart. 820 00:49:34,360 --> 00:49:37,119 No, this case has never been about the how. 821 00:49:37,120 --> 00:49:40,239 It's always been quite literally about the who. 822 00:49:40,240 --> 00:49:43,519 Samuel King looked like a good bet to begin with. 823 00:49:43,520 --> 00:49:45,159 Isn't that right, Camille? 824 00:49:45,160 --> 00:49:47,879 Muscle for hire, a man who claims to be willing 825 00:49:47,880 --> 00:49:50,799 to take another man's life if the price is right. 826 00:49:50,800 --> 00:49:54,479 You were on that ferry, you could have plunged a knife into the victim. 827 00:49:54,480 --> 00:49:56,160 You can't prove nothing. 828 00:49:57,280 --> 00:50:01,239 Quite so. Luckily, we don't have to, 829 00:50:01,240 --> 00:50:03,239 "prove nothing", 830 00:50:03,240 --> 00:50:05,959 because you didn't kill Leon Hamilton. 831 00:50:05,960 --> 00:50:08,639 You're an opportunist. 832 00:50:08,640 --> 00:50:11,759 I doubt you had the brains or the audacity for this crime. 833 00:50:11,760 --> 00:50:14,999 You simply saw an opportunity for a pay day 834 00:50:15,000 --> 00:50:17,839 from disgruntled investor Gordon Foster 835 00:50:17,840 --> 00:50:20,879 when he stumbled into your bar by chance. 836 00:50:20,880 --> 00:50:23,959 Look, I really have to go soon. 837 00:50:23,960 --> 00:50:27,479 Not much longer. It will be worth the wait, I promise. 838 00:50:27,480 --> 00:50:29,999 You see, the key to this case 839 00:50:30,000 --> 00:50:33,519 was to be found not in the murder of Leon Hamilton 840 00:50:33,520 --> 00:50:36,239 but in the killing of his wife, Ann. 841 00:50:36,240 --> 00:50:38,839 Fidel, can you come over now? 842 00:50:38,840 --> 00:50:41,199 Yes, please. Not only do I believe 843 00:50:41,200 --> 00:50:43,799 that Ann Hamilton was involved in the first murder, 844 00:50:43,800 --> 00:50:46,919 I also think she had an accomplice, 845 00:50:46,920 --> 00:50:48,800 an accomplice who did the dirty work, 846 00:50:48,801 --> 00:50:52,600 who, actually carried out the murder for reward. 847 00:50:54,080 --> 00:50:58,759 And what reward! Not only Mrs Hamilton herself, of course, 848 00:50:58,760 --> 00:51:01,200 but also the 2 million she'd helped her husband 849 00:51:01,201 --> 00:51:03,640 hide from the banks and their creditors. 850 00:51:05,720 --> 00:51:08,759 But a murderer's accomplice is a very dangerous individual, 851 00:51:08,760 --> 00:51:12,479 particularly when there's money at the heart of things. 852 00:51:12,480 --> 00:51:13,959 I mean... 853 00:51:13,960 --> 00:51:17,439 once you've crossed that threshold, why not have it all to yourself? 854 00:51:17,440 --> 00:51:19,879 And that's what you did, wasn't it? 855 00:51:19,880 --> 00:51:21,599 What? 856 00:51:21,600 --> 00:51:24,239 It was you who plunged a blade into that poor man's heart. 857 00:51:26,720 --> 00:51:28,919 'The time to strike 858 00:51:28,920 --> 00:51:32,119 'was when the ferry hit rough water as it rounded the point, 859 00:51:32,120 --> 00:51:34,300 'a single strike when you knew everyone 860 00:51:34,301 --> 00:51:36,479 would be distracted by having to hold on' 861 00:51:36,480 --> 00:51:40,759 as the boat rolled. I think you have a very vivid imagination. 862 00:51:40,760 --> 00:51:42,159 Yes, I have. 863 00:51:42,160 --> 00:51:46,240 Without it, I very much doubt we'd be having this conversation. 864 00:51:48,520 --> 00:51:52,959 There's an old cliche about murder someone reminded me of recently, 865 00:51:52,960 --> 00:51:55,199 that in the vast majority of murders 866 00:51:55,200 --> 00:51:58,800 the motive's either sex or money. In this case, it was both. 867 00:52:00,800 --> 00:52:03,599 And there's another cliche. 868 00:52:03,600 --> 00:52:05,080 That if the wife is murdered, 869 00:52:05,081 --> 00:52:08,000 it'll usually be the husband who is responsible. 870 00:52:09,080 --> 00:52:11,960 Except this time it can't be. On the contrary, Dwayne... 871 00:52:14,160 --> 00:52:17,120 that's exactly what happened. What's going on? 872 00:52:25,720 --> 00:52:27,639 It can't be! 873 00:52:27,640 --> 00:52:29,439 But you're dead! 874 00:52:29,440 --> 00:52:31,919 Because this isn't Vincent the prison guard, 875 00:52:31,920 --> 00:52:33,480 this is Leon Hamilton. 876 00:52:35,320 --> 00:52:38,719 Mr Foster, as the only man in this room 877 00:52:38,720 --> 00:52:40,879 who's actually met him, 878 00:52:40,880 --> 00:52:42,640 are you sure this is Leon Hamilton? 879 00:52:42,641 --> 00:52:44,240 Absolutely. 880 00:52:59,160 --> 00:53:01,879 While in prison, the real Leon Hamilton 881 00:53:01,880 --> 00:53:04,159 met down-at-heel prison guard Vincent Carter... 882 00:53:04,160 --> 00:53:09,039 recently divorced, broke, not much of a future to look forward to. 883 00:53:09,040 --> 00:53:10,359 What was the deal? 884 00:53:10,360 --> 00:53:13,599 50,000 for six months, to swap places 885 00:53:13,600 --> 00:53:16,999 and serve out the remainder of your sentence here on Saint-Marie. 886 00:53:17,000 --> 00:53:21,199 The 50,000 taken out by your wife two weeks ago. 887 00:53:21,200 --> 00:53:24,919 It was easy enough for the real Vincent to fake your prison records. 888 00:53:24,920 --> 00:53:27,759 He worked in admissions, didn't he? 889 00:53:27,760 --> 00:53:31,639 So after you left the prison and before you reached the ferry, 890 00:53:31,640 --> 00:53:35,559 you swapped clothes with the real Vincent Carter. 891 00:53:35,560 --> 00:53:38,319 You knew you were going to kill him, didn't you? 892 00:53:38,320 --> 00:53:41,119 The master stroke was your wife coming from Guadeloupe 893 00:53:41,120 --> 00:53:43,320 to identify the body. I'm here. 894 00:53:46,760 --> 00:53:49,159 I thought you'd forgotten all about me. 895 00:53:49,160 --> 00:53:52,799 In fact, I think you arranged to meet her last night. 896 00:53:52,800 --> 00:53:57,319 I think you planned how to spend your ill-gotten gains. 897 00:53:57,320 --> 00:53:59,879 And then she gave you what you needed, didn't she? 898 00:53:59,880 --> 00:54:02,879 Her signature. And with it the money. 899 00:54:02,880 --> 00:54:04,600 No need to waste the night. 900 00:54:07,480 --> 00:54:11,240 In the morning, you threw her to her death. 901 00:54:12,720 --> 00:54:17,119 She also knew that as a keen sailor, you often sailed around Saint-Marie, 902 00:54:17,120 --> 00:54:20,119 whereas the real Vincent said he'd never been here before. 903 00:54:20,120 --> 00:54:22,080 And because you were a keen sailor, 904 00:54:22,081 --> 00:54:24,359 you knew how rough the sea got round the point. 905 00:54:24,360 --> 00:54:27,959 And because the real Vincent wasn't, he felt seasick straightaway. 906 00:54:27,960 --> 00:54:30,679 But although Vincent Carter traded places with you, 907 00:54:30,680 --> 00:54:33,759 he was just a smaller part of the bigger game you were playing. 908 00:54:33,760 --> 00:54:36,799 This was about 2 million and gaining your freedom, 909 00:54:36,800 --> 00:54:39,639 not just from prison but also from your wife. 910 00:54:39,640 --> 00:54:43,239 As soon as she identified the wrong body, she was no longer needed. 911 00:54:43,240 --> 00:54:46,199 She thought the two of you were in this together. 912 00:54:46,200 --> 00:54:49,599 She was looking forward to your reunion, not suspecting for a second 913 00:54:49,600 --> 00:54:52,560 that you did all of this in order to kill her. 914 00:54:54,320 --> 00:54:56,199 It was to be the perfect murder. 915 00:54:56,200 --> 00:54:57,640 After all... 916 00:54:59,440 --> 00:55:02,079 how could a dead man kill his own wife? 917 00:55:02,080 --> 00:55:05,359 Made you look pretty stupid, though, didn't I? 918 00:55:05,360 --> 00:55:07,599 Yeah. You did. 919 00:55:07,600 --> 00:55:09,919 And please feel free to continue gloating 920 00:55:09,920 --> 00:55:12,360 throughout your double life sentence. 921 00:55:27,760 --> 00:55:29,880 Bravo! 922 00:55:31,360 --> 00:55:33,479 Actually, it was Fidel who cracked the case. 923 00:55:33,480 --> 00:55:36,239 Me? Absolutely. 924 00:55:36,240 --> 00:55:38,639 Your beggar thief, the old woman that never was. 925 00:55:38,640 --> 00:55:40,399 Without her, 926 00:55:40,400 --> 00:55:41,959 or, him, as it turned out, 927 00:55:41,960 --> 00:55:43,519 I'd never have made the leap. 928 00:55:43,520 --> 00:55:45,119 That was quite something. 929 00:55:45,120 --> 00:55:46,399 Thank you. 930 00:55:46,400 --> 00:55:47,719 Coo-ee! 931 00:55:47,720 --> 00:55:49,319 Lord! 932 00:55:49,320 --> 00:55:50,919 I see you got someone, then? 933 00:55:50,920 --> 00:55:53,999 So, what was it? Sex? Or money? 934 00:55:54,000 --> 00:55:56,799 Both. Thought so. 935 00:55:56,800 --> 00:55:58,520 BRM. Never fails. 936 00:56:03,240 --> 00:56:05,039 You don't want to know. 937 00:56:05,040 --> 00:56:08,239 Well, I think we should celebrate, 938 00:56:08,240 --> 00:56:10,720 as you missed your own birthday party last night. 939 00:56:10,721 --> 00:56:12,519 Cracking idea! 940 00:56:12,520 --> 00:56:15,879 Actually, I'm a little bit tired. Been up all night. 941 00:56:15,880 --> 00:56:19,359 And one or two things to do. So, why don't I meet you back here? 942 00:56:19,360 --> 00:56:21,919 If you don't, we'll come and find you! 943 00:56:21,920 --> 00:56:25,240 Absolutely. We mean it. Bye! 944 00:56:32,240 --> 00:56:35,999 Look, he's got his cake! 945 00:56:36,000 --> 00:56:38,839 No! What are you doing? 946 00:56:41,080 --> 00:56:42,680 OK, go, go. 947 00:56:55,080 --> 00:56:56,360 Happy birthday, sir. 948 00:57:01,840 --> 00:57:03,599 OK. Here we go. 949 00:57:06,040 --> 00:57:07,520 There you are! 950 00:57:15,600 --> 00:57:19,320 - Cheers. To the chief. - Cheers! 951 00:57:22,760 --> 00:57:24,920 What if someone sees us together? Excuse me? 952 00:57:27,240 --> 00:57:29,000 You haven't told her yet, have you? 953 00:57:29,001 --> 00:57:31,000 Are you OK to dive? 954 00:57:32,320 --> 00:57:34,759 Phil! 955 00:57:34,760 --> 00:57:37,760 We've just pulled a body out of the water. Not an accident. 956 00:57:40,000 --> 00:57:44,519 Detective Sergeant Angela Young. She will be your senior officer. 957 00:57:44,520 --> 00:57:47,879 The inspector isn't here, is he, Freddie? I am. 958 00:57:47,880 --> 00:57:49,680 She told me to be honest. When women tell 959 00:57:49,681 --> 00:57:51,479 you to be honest, they don't mean it! 960 00:57:51,480 --> 00:57:53,319 Well, what sense does that make? 961 00:57:53,320 --> 00:57:55,799 What's the problem?? No problem, sir. 962 00:57:55,800 --> 00:57:58,039 What you doing? 963 00:57:58,040 --> 00:57:59,360 Stop! 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