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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:19,170 --> 00:00:22,129 He's going to kill himself on that thing one of these days. 2 00:00:22,130 --> 00:00:23,729 Chuck a steak on, Phil! 3 00:00:23,730 --> 00:00:27,529 One of your specials. Black on the outside, 4 00:00:27,530 --> 00:00:29,889 still bleeding in the middle. Funny. 5 00:00:29,890 --> 00:00:31,529 Come on, man. Got to be done! 6 00:00:31,530 --> 00:00:34,969 Marky boy! You have stuff for tonight? What stuff? 7 00:00:34,970 --> 00:00:37,889 Baby? Didn't I mention it? No, you didn't mention it. 8 00:00:37,890 --> 00:00:40,289 Well, as Mark's going away tomorrow... 9 00:00:40,290 --> 00:00:44,569 after dinner, I thought we could have a little bon voyage beer. 10 00:00:44,570 --> 00:00:49,569 You mean get drunk and talk gibberish on the boat? Are we invited? 11 00:00:49,570 --> 00:00:54,689 Boys only, I'm afraid. Brothers only actually, Phil. No offence. 12 00:00:54,690 --> 00:00:57,929 Can't think of anything worse than watching you two drinking. 13 00:00:57,930 --> 00:01:00,969 That's what happens when your brother thinks he's still 18. 14 00:01:00,970 --> 00:01:05,329 Better than being old before my time! Children, please! 15 00:01:05,330 --> 00:01:08,289 Benjamin. Can I have a refill, please? 16 00:01:08,290 --> 00:01:09,330 Coming up. 17 00:01:12,090 --> 00:01:15,970 You haven't told her yet, have you? You've got to. You promised. I will. 18 00:01:45,930 --> 00:01:47,209 Morning, sir. 19 00:01:47,210 --> 00:01:48,690 Good morning, Dwayne. 20 00:01:50,370 --> 00:01:52,089 Where is the inspector? 21 00:01:52,090 --> 00:01:54,249 He should be here any minute, sir. 22 00:01:54,250 --> 00:01:57,089 He sometimes has trouble getting through the market. 23 00:01:57,090 --> 00:02:00,689 Sergeant Bordey is still in Paris. They've extended her course, 24 00:02:00,690 --> 00:02:02,809 so she won't be here for two days. 25 00:02:02,810 --> 00:02:05,769 We'll manage, sir. It's pretty quiet. Good. 26 00:02:05,770 --> 00:02:09,329 Let the inspector know and have him call if there are any problems. 27 00:02:09,330 --> 00:02:11,210 Yes, sir. 28 00:02:13,770 --> 00:02:19,969 "Extended her course." Right How much IT can one person learn? 29 00:02:19,970 --> 00:02:23,289 I bet she's having too good a time. You really think so, Dwayne? 30 00:02:23,290 --> 00:02:29,009 She could have taken that course anywhere! She chose Paris?! What do you think? 31 00:02:29,010 --> 00:02:31,729 I never really thought about it. 32 00:02:31,730 --> 00:02:35,170 Honore Police Station. Yeah, go on. 33 00:02:39,010 --> 00:02:43,249 OK... try not to touch anything and we'll be there as soon as we can. 34 00:02:43,250 --> 00:02:44,290 OK. 35 00:02:45,410 --> 00:02:49,689 Phil En, down at the marina. Said someone's broken into his dive shed. 36 00:02:49,690 --> 00:02:51,489 What did they take? 37 00:02:51,490 --> 00:02:53,009 That's the thing. Nothing. 38 00:02:53,010 --> 00:02:56,530 Yeah, I found it like this when I came to work this morning. 39 00:03:01,530 --> 00:03:06,649 Hey, Ben! I didn't think I'd see you until noon. You OK to dive? 40 00:03:12,410 --> 00:03:14,489 Mark and Ben had a session last night. 41 00:03:14,490 --> 00:03:17,009 I don't think I'd be fit to dive. 42 00:03:21,650 --> 00:03:23,969 Look, I might find something gone later, 43 00:03:23,970 --> 00:03:26,249 but I need to fix the door and the lock. 44 00:03:26,250 --> 00:03:29,129 So you need a crime number for the insurance? 45 00:03:29,130 --> 00:03:30,330 Yeah. 46 00:03:31,330 --> 00:03:32,490 Business still slow? 47 00:03:32,491 --> 00:03:35,289 It's been a dream to run a dive school, my whole life. 48 00:03:35,290 --> 00:03:38,289 Just be nice if it paid the rent too? 49 00:03:38,290 --> 00:03:40,889 Damn! All right, Mark? 50 00:03:40,890 --> 00:03:42,569 Good night? 51 00:03:42,570 --> 00:03:44,970 My head doesn't think so! 52 00:03:46,890 --> 00:03:49,970 Right, let's get you written up. 53 00:04:18,250 --> 00:04:20,649 Ou est-ca? 54 00:04:20,650 --> 00:04:21,930 Ou est-ca? 55 00:04:23,250 --> 00:04:24,850 Pour ca! 56 00:04:26,970 --> 00:04:28,290 Vache! 57 00:04:30,690 --> 00:04:34,689 I think Mark had a bit too much to drink last night. 58 00:04:34,690 --> 00:04:36,769 Hey, Phil! Yeah? 59 00:04:36,770 --> 00:04:38,289 You seen Benjamin? 60 00:04:38,290 --> 00:04:41,449 Saw him dive off the boat, but that was a couple of hours ago. 61 00:04:41,450 --> 00:04:43,250 Well, he's not back. 62 00:04:44,450 --> 00:04:45,609 You sure? 63 00:04:45,610 --> 00:04:48,730 His gear's still gone. I'll call Abigail. 64 00:04:53,770 --> 00:04:59,009 Abigail! Is Benjamin with you? No, it's just... 65 00:04:59,010 --> 00:05:01,369 No, no, no, no, it's OK. 66 00:05:01,370 --> 00:05:04,449 Don't worry too much, I'll call you when we find him, OK. 67 00:05:04,450 --> 00:05:08,250 Did you see Benjamin out there? No. He's not back from his dive. 68 00:05:34,330 --> 00:05:35,410 Phil! 69 00:05:36,890 --> 00:05:37,970 Over here! 70 00:06:56,770 --> 00:06:58,290 Hello? 71 00:07:02,130 --> 00:07:03,170 Sir? 72 00:07:08,250 --> 00:07:10,130 Sir? 73 00:07:11,770 --> 00:07:13,289 Sir? 74 00:07:13,290 --> 00:07:15,009 Sir? You're burning up. 75 00:07:15,010 --> 00:07:19,049 Two slices of corned beef, please, Doris. Sir, can you hear me? 76 00:07:19,050 --> 00:07:21,890 No, no, I've just had one, thank you. OK... 77 00:07:23,610 --> 00:07:25,890 Don't worry, sir. 78 00:07:31,890 --> 00:07:34,290 Somebody better tell Abigail. 79 00:07:38,010 --> 00:07:40,209 Fidel? Where are you? 80 00:07:40,210 --> 00:07:42,289 I'm with the inspector. He's got a fever. 81 00:07:42,290 --> 00:07:47,290 I'm down on the beach, we've just pulled a body out of the water. 82 00:07:48,250 --> 00:07:50,130 Only I don't think it was an accident. 83 00:07:50,131 --> 00:07:52,890 OK, I'll be there as soon as I can. 84 00:07:54,130 --> 00:07:56,969 Thanks for coming. What does the doctor say? 85 00:07:56,970 --> 00:07:59,169 Tropical fever. He needs total rest. 86 00:07:59,170 --> 00:08:01,329 And chicken soup. What's wrong? 87 00:08:01,330 --> 00:08:04,249 Well, if the inspector's ill and Camille's away... 88 00:08:04,250 --> 00:08:06,609 You and Dwayne can manage. But that's just it. 89 00:08:06,610 --> 00:08:09,769 Dwayne just called. They've recovered a body from the sea. 90 00:08:09,770 --> 00:08:12,170 And the thing is, he thinks it's a murder. 91 00:08:24,610 --> 00:08:25,650 How's the chief? 92 00:08:25,651 --> 00:08:27,969 Not good. He needs complete rest. 93 00:08:27,970 --> 00:08:30,329 It looks like we're on our own. 94 00:08:30,330 --> 00:08:31,689 So? We can do this. 95 00:08:31,690 --> 00:08:33,529 Yeah, I hope so. 96 00:08:33,530 --> 00:08:36,969 We've seen the chief and Camille do it. I mean, how hard can it be? 97 00:08:36,970 --> 00:08:38,210 Yeah, OK. 98 00:08:39,930 --> 00:08:43,649 So... Benjamin Lightfoot went diving from that boat over there 99 00:08:43,650 --> 00:08:45,090 around 9:30 this morning. 100 00:08:45,091 --> 00:08:47,689 When he didn't come back, the alarm was raised, 101 00:08:47,690 --> 00:08:50,889 a search was made in the bay, and his body was found over there 102 00:08:50,890 --> 00:08:54,649 by his boss's wife, Alex, in around ten feet of water. 103 00:08:54,650 --> 00:08:56,610 Why don't you think it was an accident? 104 00:08:56,611 --> 00:08:59,089 Because even if you ignore an experienced diver 105 00:08:59,090 --> 00:09:00,689 drowning in ten feet of water, 106 00:09:00,690 --> 00:09:03,609 when we pulled him out, the air tank was full, 107 00:09:03,610 --> 00:09:05,209 but the air valve was off. 108 00:09:05,210 --> 00:09:07,809 So someone turned it off and held him underwater? 109 00:09:07,810 --> 00:09:10,889 I can't see how it could be anything else. 110 00:09:10,890 --> 00:09:12,009 OK, come on. 111 00:09:12,010 --> 00:09:15,409 Well, what about signs of trauma? Yes, but it's a strange one. 112 00:09:15,410 --> 00:09:18,889 He had this weird bruise on his chest, 113 00:09:18,890 --> 00:09:23,529 but in a sharp rectangle. Nothing on the sea bed could have done that. 114 00:09:23,530 --> 00:09:25,849 All right. But how can we gather any evidence? 115 00:09:25,850 --> 00:09:28,649 I mean, the crime scene is under water somewhere. 116 00:09:28,650 --> 00:09:31,329 We can't even establish an accurate time of death. 117 00:09:31,330 --> 00:09:35,649 OK, let's think. What would the chief do first? 118 00:09:35,650 --> 00:09:38,290 Well... 119 00:09:39,850 --> 00:09:44,249 He'd pace up and down a bit, talking to himself and then 120 00:09:44,250 --> 00:09:49,249 moan about the heat. Then he'd tell me to do door-to-door enquiries. 121 00:09:49,250 --> 00:09:52,690 OK, then, you do that and I'll finish off this. 122 00:10:25,410 --> 00:10:27,930 You've not touched your soup. 123 00:10:30,410 --> 00:10:32,090 I'll get you a fresh bowl. 124 00:10:48,250 --> 00:10:49,969 Sir! 125 00:10:49,970 --> 00:10:54,130 What are you...? No, no, but you're not supposed to be...! 126 00:10:55,410 --> 00:10:57,769 No, I'm not telling you how the case is! 127 00:10:57,770 --> 00:11:01,610 No, no, sir. I'm hanging up on you now. I'm hanging up on you now, sir! 128 00:11:03,570 --> 00:11:07,289 Hey, Phil. Is Mark on his boat? 129 00:11:07,290 --> 00:11:08,569 I think so. 130 00:11:08,570 --> 00:11:10,169 How's he holding up? 131 00:11:10,170 --> 00:11:13,249 Not brilliant. Do you need to ask him questions now? 132 00:11:13,250 --> 00:11:15,649 I have to establish where everyone was 133 00:11:15,650 --> 00:11:19,009 when Benjamin was diving. That's an easy one, I was here with you. 134 00:11:19,010 --> 00:11:22,889 You were writing up the break-in when he went in, remember? Yeah. 135 00:11:22,890 --> 00:11:26,609 And you? I was out on the water. Looking for dolphins. On your own? 136 00:11:26,610 --> 00:11:28,290 Yeah. 137 00:11:30,050 --> 00:11:34,129 Can either of you think why anyone would want to kill Benjamin? 138 00:11:34,130 --> 00:11:39,169 Everybody loved Benjamin. He could be headstrong, but it was part of his charm. 139 00:11:39,170 --> 00:11:41,929 And he and Mark were definitely on the boat last night? 140 00:11:41,930 --> 00:11:45,169 Yeah, yeah, it was quite a night by the sounds of it. 141 00:11:45,170 --> 00:11:48,689 I even heard them arguing at one point when I was locking up. 142 00:11:48,690 --> 00:11:51,089 I couldn't make out what it was about, 143 00:11:51,090 --> 00:11:55,249 but I heard Benjamin going off on one. They were brothers. They'd been drinking. 144 00:11:55,250 --> 00:11:57,249 It won't have been anything serious. 145 00:11:57,250 --> 00:12:00,250 OK, thanks. 146 00:12:13,450 --> 00:12:14,650 How d'you get on? 147 00:12:14,651 --> 00:12:17,290 Not much. You? Nothing. 148 00:12:20,050 --> 00:12:21,290 Hello? 149 00:12:22,250 --> 00:12:23,730 Yes, sir. 150 00:12:25,250 --> 00:12:26,890 On our way, sir. 151 00:12:28,250 --> 00:12:31,290 That was the commissioner. He wants us back at the station. 152 00:12:35,410 --> 00:12:40,609 Dwayne. Fidel. This is Detective Sergeant Angela Young. 153 00:12:40,610 --> 00:12:42,049 Sir? 154 00:12:42,050 --> 00:12:43,809 She is in Saint-Marie on holiday. 155 00:12:43,810 --> 00:12:46,609 But when she found out about our problem, 156 00:12:46,610 --> 00:12:48,970 she kindly volunteered to step in. 157 00:12:50,650 --> 00:12:55,009 She will be your senior officer until Inspector Poole or 158 00:12:55,010 --> 00:12:57,690 Sergeant Bordey returns, is that understood? 159 00:12:59,450 --> 00:13:02,170 Make her as welcome as you can. 160 00:13:05,610 --> 00:13:08,690 Very pleased to meet you, Angela. Sergeant Young. 161 00:13:11,130 --> 00:13:15,049 I need a box first, then notes on the body found this morning. 162 00:13:15,050 --> 00:13:16,249 Yes, ma'am. 163 00:13:16,250 --> 00:13:19,489 We haven't got anything written up yet. We just got back. 164 00:13:19,490 --> 00:13:21,170 Then don't let me stop you. 165 00:13:22,810 --> 00:13:24,489 I could just tell you. 166 00:13:24,490 --> 00:13:27,290 I'd prefer it written up, thank you. 167 00:13:50,210 --> 00:13:51,250 Camille? 168 00:13:52,330 --> 00:13:54,369 No, it's Catherine. 169 00:13:54,370 --> 00:13:57,649 Your mother keeps bringing me soup. Then you should eat it! 170 00:13:57,650 --> 00:14:01,729 I can't tell her. She does that thing. 171 00:14:01,730 --> 00:14:06,329 The eyebrows and the French thing. 172 00:14:06,330 --> 00:14:08,809 What if someone sees us together? 173 00:14:08,810 --> 00:14:13,569 Excuse me? You'll have to wear it back to front or it'll all pop out. 174 00:14:13,570 --> 00:14:16,969 Richard! Can you hear me? It's Catherine. 175 00:14:16,970 --> 00:14:18,689 I didn't order any cheese! 176 00:14:18,690 --> 00:14:23,249 No, no, it's fine, it's fine. 177 00:14:23,250 --> 00:14:27,169 Anything's better than sitting on that damn beach watching Andrew 178 00:14:27,170 --> 00:14:30,809 go through various shades of pink and having to rub cream on his back. 179 00:14:30,810 --> 00:14:34,289 Just the thought of it makes me heave. Yeah. 180 00:14:40,890 --> 00:14:42,610 It was really good of you. 181 00:14:43,890 --> 00:14:45,890 To give up your holiday like this. 182 00:14:47,970 --> 00:14:52,089 We appreciate it. Well, once you've seen the rainforest, waterfall and parrots 183 00:14:52,090 --> 00:14:54,849 and sat on the beach, that's about it, isn't it? 184 00:14:54,850 --> 00:14:56,290 I was bored by day three. 185 00:14:56,291 --> 00:14:59,889 There's lots of beautiful... I want a statement from the brother first. 186 00:14:59,890 --> 00:15:03,209 Call me when you're done. I want to see the wife myself. 187 00:15:03,210 --> 00:15:04,290 Ma'am. 188 00:15:05,810 --> 00:15:08,809 Yes? 189 00:15:08,810 --> 00:15:10,889 Shall I go with him? 190 00:15:10,890 --> 00:15:13,370 Why don't you do that? 191 00:15:20,490 --> 00:15:23,769 Sir... are you still there? 192 00:15:23,770 --> 00:15:30,369 Sir? Yes... I've, got a credit card. 193 00:15:30,370 --> 00:15:33,610 Do you deliver? Yes, we do. 194 00:15:41,770 --> 00:15:45,010 Hello? You must have the wrong number. 195 00:15:46,010 --> 00:15:49,649 I'm not supposed to be talking to you! 196 00:15:49,650 --> 00:15:51,090 You need rest! 197 00:16:21,810 --> 00:16:25,129 I can't imagine what it's like to lose a brother. 198 00:16:25,130 --> 00:16:28,209 I'm truly sorry. Thank you. We're clearing a few things up. 199 00:16:28,210 --> 00:16:32,489 You OK? Yeah, yeah. You have a job to do. 200 00:16:32,490 --> 00:16:35,609 Benjamin stayed on your boat last night, didn't he? 201 00:16:35,610 --> 00:16:40,009 Yeah. Well, it's not my boat. 202 00:16:40,010 --> 00:16:42,929 It's what I do for a living. I crew boats. 203 00:16:42,930 --> 00:16:45,489 This one belongs to a Brit. About once a year, 204 00:16:45,490 --> 00:16:47,209 I get to sail it back to the UK. 205 00:16:47,210 --> 00:16:50,369 I was supposed to be leaving today. 206 00:16:50,370 --> 00:16:55,569 That's why Benjamin was with me last night. It was a farewell drink. 207 00:16:55,570 --> 00:16:58,609 Our last night together for a while. 208 00:16:58,610 --> 00:17:02,529 Mark. Did you and Benjamin have an argument last night? 209 00:17:02,530 --> 00:17:05,610 Only someone thought they heard, er, raised voices. 210 00:17:07,610 --> 00:17:11,290 We were drinking, we were loud... 211 00:17:12,490 --> 00:17:16,210 but if somebody was arguing, it wasn't me and Benjamin. 212 00:17:17,210 --> 00:17:21,569 If you and Benjamin had been drunk, gone to sleep very late, 213 00:17:21,570 --> 00:17:24,609 isn't it strange he still went diving? I guess. 214 00:17:24,610 --> 00:17:28,329 I would have stopped him, but he didn't tell me he was going. 215 00:17:28,330 --> 00:17:31,689 I heard a splash as he went overboard. That's the first I knew. 216 00:17:31,690 --> 00:17:34,409 I thought divers had to tell someone when they go out. 217 00:17:34,410 --> 00:17:37,770 They do. But Benjamin wasn't very good at rules. 218 00:17:39,690 --> 00:17:41,729 After he'd gone, what did you do? 219 00:17:41,730 --> 00:17:45,529 Last minute chores. Getting the boat ship-shape before I set off. 220 00:17:45,530 --> 00:17:48,609 But when Benjamin didn't come back, I started to get worried. 221 00:17:48,610 --> 00:17:52,049 So, I went to see Phil... 222 00:17:52,050 --> 00:17:54,369 you know the rest. 223 00:17:54,370 --> 00:17:57,009 So you've been on the boat since Benjamin was found? 224 00:17:57,010 --> 00:17:59,049 I went to see Abigail, his wife. 225 00:17:59,050 --> 00:18:02,930 But she wasn't there. So after that, yeah, I've been here. 226 00:18:04,010 --> 00:18:08,690 So if she wasn't there, who told her about her husband's death? 227 00:18:25,570 --> 00:18:28,249 How was the brother? Distraught. 228 00:18:28,250 --> 00:18:31,409 Did he tell us anything we didn't know? Not really. 229 00:18:31,410 --> 00:18:34,249 This is the wife's house? Yes, ma'am. You come with me. 230 00:18:34,250 --> 00:18:37,449 Freddie, write up the brother's statement for me. 231 00:18:37,450 --> 00:18:39,290 It's... Come on! 232 00:18:41,770 --> 00:18:43,969 We're so sorry about your husband. 233 00:18:43,970 --> 00:18:46,689 But we need to ask you some questions. 234 00:18:46,690 --> 00:18:49,130 It's OK. I need to know what happened, so, please... 235 00:18:55,050 --> 00:18:59,889 Can I ask? Where were you when your husband's body was found? 236 00:18:59,890 --> 00:19:01,330 I was here. 237 00:19:03,250 --> 00:19:07,729 Only, it's just your brother-in-law Mark told us he'd come up here 238 00:19:07,730 --> 00:19:11,489 to tell you the news straight afterwards and couldn't find you. 239 00:19:11,490 --> 00:19:19,329 No. Phil, Benjamin's boss, rang earlier. Said Benjamin was missing. 240 00:19:19,330 --> 00:19:23,770 So I left soon after. Went down to the bay. 241 00:19:24,770 --> 00:19:27,290 And that's when I found... 242 00:19:30,690 --> 00:19:32,369 But you didn't see the brother? 243 00:19:32,370 --> 00:19:35,770 We must have just missed each other. 244 00:19:37,930 --> 00:19:40,850 Can you tell us a little about your husband? 245 00:19:42,170 --> 00:19:43,970 What kind of man was he? 246 00:19:47,090 --> 00:19:54,130 He was... perfect, you know? And I loved him. 247 00:19:56,690 --> 00:19:59,649 He was so looking forward to the birth and... 248 00:19:59,650 --> 00:20:01,890 Maybe we should leave this for a while. 249 00:20:09,650 --> 00:20:12,249 I do not appreciate being interrupted like that. 250 00:20:12,250 --> 00:20:14,609 But she's pregnant and just lost her husband. 251 00:20:14,610 --> 00:20:16,889 Our job is not to comfort his relatives. 252 00:20:16,890 --> 00:20:20,530 That does not happen again, do you understand? Yes, ma'am. 253 00:20:25,290 --> 00:20:27,049 When did you order these? 254 00:20:28,730 --> 00:20:31,969 Richard? What have you been ordering? 255 00:20:31,970 --> 00:20:34,689 Nothing to do with work? 256 00:20:34,690 --> 00:20:37,089 No, no, we didn't have any homework today. 257 00:20:37,090 --> 00:20:41,770 It had better not be. Have you finished your soup? 258 00:20:43,370 --> 00:20:44,650 I'll be back later. 259 00:20:44,651 --> 00:20:46,290 Night, Mum. 260 00:20:47,330 --> 00:20:50,810 Young, red bandana. No. 261 00:20:52,170 --> 00:20:55,929 Anything? Nothing. A few boats came into the harbour yesterday, 262 00:20:55,930 --> 00:20:57,329 but no-one saw a diver. 263 00:20:57,330 --> 00:21:00,249 What is it? The brother's statement is on your desk, ma'am. 264 00:21:00,250 --> 00:21:04,409 There's a guy on one of the boats, been watching us all morning. 265 00:21:04,410 --> 00:21:08,249 Do you know who he is? No. Then take Freddie and question him, 266 00:21:08,250 --> 00:21:10,410 but drop me back at the station first. 267 00:21:15,290 --> 00:21:18,329 You didn't hear Benjamin and Mark arguing. 268 00:21:18,330 --> 00:21:20,289 How would you know? 269 00:21:20,290 --> 00:21:22,089 Then why didn't you tell me? 270 00:21:22,090 --> 00:21:26,449 Right. So we're telling each other everything now, are we? 271 00:21:26,450 --> 00:21:30,609 What? No secrets? Just like the old days? 272 00:21:30,610 --> 00:21:33,289 I've got no idea what you're talking about. 273 00:21:33,290 --> 00:21:36,369 My body might be useless these days Alex, but I'm not stupid. 274 00:21:36,370 --> 00:21:38,370 Phil! I saw you! 275 00:21:39,530 --> 00:21:40,569 And him! 276 00:21:40,570 --> 00:21:47,249 The looks, the little whispers, sneaking off in corners together. 277 00:21:47,250 --> 00:21:50,849 Me and Benjamin? Don't treat me like an idiot. 278 00:21:50,850 --> 00:21:54,929 It's what you said to the police, isn't it? "Everyone loved him". 279 00:21:54,930 --> 00:21:58,289 But it wasn't everyone, was it, Alex? It was you. 280 00:21:58,290 --> 00:22:00,649 You think we were having an affair? 281 00:22:00,650 --> 00:22:02,449 Don't laugh at me. 282 00:22:02,450 --> 00:22:06,129 Phil... Phil, I love you. 283 00:22:06,130 --> 00:22:09,129 I've never been interested in anybody else 284 00:22:09,130 --> 00:22:11,089 since the day that I met you. 285 00:22:11,090 --> 00:22:12,890 Especially not Benjamin! 286 00:22:13,890 --> 00:22:15,729 But I saw you. 287 00:22:15,730 --> 00:22:19,689 Yeah, you saw us whispering, maybe even huddled together in corners, 288 00:22:19,690 --> 00:22:23,249 but not because we were having an affair. 289 00:22:23,250 --> 00:22:24,290 What then? 290 00:22:30,850 --> 00:22:32,809 Sir? Yes, officer? 291 00:22:32,810 --> 00:22:35,529 Is this your boat? Yeah, yeah, why? 292 00:22:35,530 --> 00:22:37,010 Could I ask your name, please? 293 00:22:37,011 --> 00:22:40,129 Daniel. Barba. What's the problem? 294 00:22:40,130 --> 00:22:44,809 No problem, sir. Can we see your papers? Boat registration, passport? 295 00:22:44,810 --> 00:22:48,130 Yeah, of course. They're down below. We'll wait. 296 00:22:56,570 --> 00:22:59,249 I hated him cos I thought you were having an affair, 297 00:22:59,250 --> 00:23:01,729 and this was about money? 298 00:23:01,730 --> 00:23:04,249 He said he was in trouble. 299 00:23:04,250 --> 00:23:08,249 That the people he owed money to wouldn't wait. 300 00:23:08,250 --> 00:23:10,130 I think they'd been threatening him. 301 00:23:10,131 --> 00:23:12,610 HE was in trouble? What about us? 302 00:23:13,930 --> 00:23:18,409 The business is going down the toilet and you're lending him money! 303 00:23:18,410 --> 00:23:20,530 He promised me he'd pay it back. 304 00:23:23,170 --> 00:23:24,210 How much? 305 00:23:28,410 --> 00:23:29,450 How much?! 306 00:23:32,850 --> 00:23:39,809 So, how long have you been in Saint-Marie? I arrived yesterday morning. 307 00:23:39,810 --> 00:23:42,409 And how long do you intend on staying? 308 00:23:42,410 --> 00:23:44,569 A few days. 309 00:23:44,570 --> 00:23:48,369 You was watching us through binoculars. Can I ask why? 310 00:23:48,370 --> 00:23:51,609 Yeah, I'd heard about that guy, the one that drowned. 311 00:23:51,610 --> 00:23:53,249 I was just curious. 312 00:23:53,250 --> 00:23:56,689 Curious? Well, I'm on me own on the boat all day. 313 00:23:56,690 --> 00:23:59,889 You're the most exciting thing since I got here. 314 00:23:59,890 --> 00:24:03,489 Or are you going to tell me there's a law against being nosey? 315 00:24:03,490 --> 00:24:07,569 OK, sir. Thank you for your time. Pleasure. 316 00:24:07,570 --> 00:24:09,050 Thanks. 317 00:24:49,490 --> 00:24:51,050 Well? 318 00:24:52,650 --> 00:24:56,889 Danny Barba. Native of Panama, here sightseeing for a few days. 319 00:24:56,890 --> 00:25:00,889 There was something about him. I didn't like him. Then run a check. 320 00:25:00,890 --> 00:25:03,249 I've got his photo on the camera. 321 00:25:03,250 --> 00:25:05,329 Shall I run it through the Interpol site? 322 00:25:05,330 --> 00:25:08,169 That's generally what I mean by a check. 323 00:25:08,170 --> 00:25:11,169 So I've read all these reports. What software do you use 324 00:25:11,170 --> 00:25:14,369 to assimilate and cross-reference statements? Ma'am? 325 00:25:14,370 --> 00:25:17,009 Where do you look at all the evidence in one place, 326 00:25:17,010 --> 00:25:19,570 to cross-reference? 327 00:25:29,850 --> 00:25:31,089 A whiteboard? 328 00:25:31,090 --> 00:25:33,089 Yes, ma'am. 329 00:25:33,090 --> 00:25:37,969 Great. So we have an experienced diver found dead in 330 00:25:37,970 --> 00:25:41,249 ten feet of water. His air tank turned off. Marks on his chest. 331 00:25:41,250 --> 00:25:43,570 Do we have an autopsy report? Not yet, ma'am. 332 00:25:44,690 --> 00:25:46,849 The victim was drinking the night before. 333 00:25:46,850 --> 00:25:50,849 Didn't tell anyone he was going out. Ma'am? Yes? I've noticed something. 334 00:25:50,850 --> 00:25:54,289 What? We got these pictures from Mr Lightfoot's employers, 335 00:25:54,290 --> 00:25:56,449 Phil and Alex En. 336 00:25:56,450 --> 00:26:00,169 And? Well, in every one of the photos, when he's alive, 337 00:26:00,170 --> 00:26:02,689 he's wearing a red bandana, yes? 338 00:26:02,690 --> 00:26:05,089 But not when we found the body. 339 00:26:05,090 --> 00:26:09,449 I used to see him a lot at the marina and he always wore a bandana. 340 00:26:09,450 --> 00:26:12,769 I'm pretty sure he was wearing it when I saw him jump off the boat. 341 00:26:12,770 --> 00:26:16,929 That's it? You don't think it's strange? No, I think it fell off in the water. 342 00:26:16,930 --> 00:26:20,209 The inspector says that these little things are important so... 343 00:26:20,210 --> 00:26:23,449 But the inspector isn't here, is he, Freddie? I am. 344 00:26:23,450 --> 00:26:27,249 I want little things like an autopsy report, a time of death, 345 00:26:27,250 --> 00:26:30,249 forensic evidence, witness statements and a motive. 346 00:26:30,250 --> 00:26:33,370 Call the lab, chase up the reports then find me a motive! 347 00:26:46,570 --> 00:26:52,289 The boat guy. I tapped in his description, got a photo match. 348 00:26:52,290 --> 00:26:55,089 He goes by a number of names... 349 00:26:55,090 --> 00:26:58,769 Danny Parker, Michael Smith, but his real name is Danny Fernandez... 350 00:26:58,770 --> 00:27:01,529 and he's on an Interpol watch list. 351 00:27:01,530 --> 00:27:03,089 For what? 352 00:27:03,090 --> 00:27:07,129 Gun running, drugs, conflict diamonds. 353 00:27:07,130 --> 00:27:10,889 So the passport he showed us, it must be a fake. 354 00:27:10,890 --> 00:27:14,569 Be quite something to make an arrest this quickly. 355 00:27:14,570 --> 00:27:16,250 Go and pick him up, then. 356 00:27:22,610 --> 00:27:25,290 There he is! 357 00:27:26,810 --> 00:27:27,930 Hey, what you doing?! 358 00:27:27,931 --> 00:27:28,970 Cast off! 359 00:27:33,010 --> 00:27:34,210 Stop! Police! 360 00:27:48,170 --> 00:27:49,929 You're under arrest. For what? 361 00:27:49,930 --> 00:27:53,769 Endangering the life of a police officer... 362 00:27:53,770 --> 00:27:56,249 and travelling under a false passport, 363 00:27:56,250 --> 00:27:58,729 but mostly for the first one. 364 00:27:58,730 --> 00:28:00,929 Yes, sir, I've made an arrest. 365 00:28:00,930 --> 00:28:04,409 He may be connected to the death of Benjamin Lightfoot, 366 00:28:04,410 --> 00:28:07,889 but at the very least, he's travelling on a false passport. 367 00:28:07,890 --> 00:28:10,250 Not at all, sir. It's a pleasure to be able to help. 368 00:28:21,290 --> 00:28:24,729 I've done nothing wrong. He tried to run, ma'am. 369 00:28:24,730 --> 00:28:27,970 Thank you, Freddie. Did you know Benjamin Lightfoot? 370 00:28:29,090 --> 00:28:32,649 No, who's he? You've been watching us all morning. 371 00:28:32,650 --> 00:28:35,489 You're locking me up for looking through binoculars? 372 00:28:35,490 --> 00:28:38,089 No. For travelling on a false passport. 373 00:28:38,090 --> 00:28:40,729 We're locking you up until I find out why you're 374 00:28:40,730 --> 00:28:42,810 so interested in our investigation. 375 00:28:45,890 --> 00:28:49,449 He's definitely hiding something. I don't doubt it. The question is, 376 00:28:49,450 --> 00:28:51,769 does it have anything to do with the murder? 377 00:28:51,770 --> 00:28:56,610 Well, we've got lots of bits, but nothing that links them together. 378 00:28:57,570 --> 00:28:59,249 Well... 379 00:28:59,250 --> 00:29:03,090 an experienced diver that drowns in shallow water. 380 00:29:04,090 --> 00:29:06,569 Bruises on his chest. An... 381 00:29:06,570 --> 00:29:09,849 international smuggler with a fake passport 382 00:29:09,850 --> 00:29:11,930 and a missing bandana. 383 00:29:16,170 --> 00:29:18,969 The inspector's good at putting things together and 384 00:29:18,970 --> 00:29:20,170 making sense of them. 385 00:29:20,171 --> 00:29:23,169 You spend a lot of time talking about this inspector, 386 00:29:23,170 --> 00:29:25,770 which luckily isn't annoying at all. 387 00:29:27,090 --> 00:29:32,089 There's something we need to add to the list of things 388 00:29:32,090 --> 00:29:33,489 that don't make sense. 389 00:29:33,490 --> 00:29:37,409 The preliminary autopsy report just came through online. 390 00:29:37,410 --> 00:29:41,489 And? There was no sea water found in Benjamin Lightfoot's lungs. 391 00:29:41,490 --> 00:29:43,849 What?! What, so he wasn't drowned? 392 00:29:43,850 --> 00:29:47,250 Yes, he was drowned. But in fresh water. 393 00:29:56,890 --> 00:29:59,209 She hasn't got a clue. 394 00:29:59,210 --> 00:30:00,849 No, no, no. 395 00:30:00,850 --> 00:30:05,249 She's got a lot of clues, she just doesn't know what to do with them. 396 00:30:05,250 --> 00:30:08,050 OK? Yeah, great, thank you, Dwayne. 397 00:30:11,050 --> 00:30:16,249 Sir? It's only me, Fidel. How are you feeling? 398 00:30:16,250 --> 00:30:19,610 Like death. I brought you some fruit. 399 00:30:21,650 --> 00:30:23,009 How's the case? 400 00:30:23,010 --> 00:30:25,169 About that. 401 00:30:25,170 --> 00:30:28,129 Only... well, look, I feel really bad doing this, 402 00:30:28,130 --> 00:30:30,409 going behind everyone's back. 403 00:30:30,410 --> 00:30:33,409 You're supposed to be resting. I am resting. I'm in bed. 404 00:30:33,410 --> 00:30:37,209 Yes, but sneaking away to call you, coming here. It feels wrong. 405 00:30:37,210 --> 00:30:41,369 Well, it's not. So what's been happening? 406 00:30:41,370 --> 00:30:45,449 OK. Danny Fernandez, the guy on the boat I was telling you about. 407 00:30:45,450 --> 00:30:49,490 It turns out he's a smuggler, travelling on a fake passport. 408 00:30:52,170 --> 00:30:55,489 Have you, got his case file? 409 00:30:55,490 --> 00:30:56,530 Yes. 410 00:31:00,610 --> 00:31:01,890 Autopsy report? 411 00:31:05,610 --> 00:31:11,849 The autopsy shows that he had only fresh water in his lungs. Really? 412 00:31:11,850 --> 00:31:18,249 Then he must have been drowned elsewhere and then, 413 00:31:18,250 --> 00:31:21,130 you know, his body dumped at sea. 414 00:31:22,250 --> 00:31:24,170 Yes. 415 00:31:35,650 --> 00:31:39,129 Who was the last person to see him alive? 416 00:31:39,130 --> 00:31:41,449 His brother. And Dwayne. 417 00:31:41,450 --> 00:31:46,489 Yeah. Do we know what was stolen from the dive-shed yet? Nothing. 418 00:31:46,490 --> 00:31:49,889 Why break in if you're not going to steal anything? 419 00:31:49,890 --> 00:31:52,729 I don't know. But we don't think it's connected. 420 00:31:52,730 --> 00:31:55,369 So there's a break-in at the victim's place of work. 421 00:31:55,370 --> 00:31:59,449 A short time later, he's found dead and it's not connected? 422 00:31:59,450 --> 00:32:02,209 Well, Sergeant Young doesn't seem to think so. 423 00:32:02,210 --> 00:32:05,289 Yes, Sergeant Young. How is she? 424 00:32:05,290 --> 00:32:08,690 Still calling you Freddie? Yes, sir. 425 00:32:11,010 --> 00:32:15,489 I wish Camille was here. We need to get to the bottom of the break-in. 426 00:32:15,490 --> 00:32:18,209 It could break open the whole case. OK. 427 00:32:18,210 --> 00:32:22,969 And I've been thinking about your bandana, I think you're right. 428 00:32:22,970 --> 00:32:26,009 It doesn't make any sense it having fallen off in the water. 429 00:32:26,010 --> 00:32:27,609 He dived regularly wearing it, 430 00:32:27,610 --> 00:32:30,849 so the one time it falls away is the day he dies. Why? 431 00:32:30,850 --> 00:32:32,050 The struggle, maybe? 432 00:32:33,370 --> 00:32:37,129 Possibly. I need to give it some more thought. 433 00:32:37,130 --> 00:32:39,289 Sir? 434 00:32:39,290 --> 00:32:41,050 I can smell chicken soup. 435 00:32:44,330 --> 00:32:48,129 The, em, plant pot beside you is full of chicken soup. 436 00:32:48,130 --> 00:32:51,449 It's Camille's mother. She's demented. 437 00:32:51,450 --> 00:32:53,529 She thinks chicken soup is a wonder drug. 438 00:32:53,530 --> 00:32:56,529 The new penicillin. She's been force-feeding me. 439 00:32:56,530 --> 00:32:59,129 Would you like me to remove the evidence, sir? 440 00:32:59,130 --> 00:33:04,450 Yes, please, Fidel. If you could... I'd be most grateful. 441 00:33:58,970 --> 00:34:01,809 OK. I want Philip and Alex En interviewed again. 442 00:34:01,810 --> 00:34:05,529 I want to see the wife again to see if they have links to Barba, or Fernandez. 443 00:34:05,530 --> 00:34:08,929 We need to establish a connection before we can question him. 444 00:34:08,930 --> 00:34:11,050 Dwayne, come with me, Freddie, do the Ens. 445 00:34:14,730 --> 00:34:19,210 Did you or your husband know a Danny Barba? 446 00:34:20,210 --> 00:34:21,250 Who? 447 00:34:22,810 --> 00:34:25,530 He's also known as Danny Fernandez? 448 00:34:27,250 --> 00:34:30,329 I don't think so. Who's he? 449 00:34:30,330 --> 00:34:33,050 He's a criminal, a smuggler. 450 00:34:35,050 --> 00:34:37,329 His boat is moored in the marina. 451 00:34:37,330 --> 00:34:40,529 Benjamin never mentioned anyone called Danny. 452 00:34:40,530 --> 00:34:42,169 You're sure? 453 00:34:42,170 --> 00:34:43,970 Yes. 454 00:34:49,490 --> 00:34:53,569 And did your husband make regular trips overseas? 455 00:34:53,570 --> 00:34:57,809 No. In fact, I don't think he left the island since I met him. 456 00:34:57,810 --> 00:35:00,330 Abigail... 457 00:35:03,010 --> 00:35:06,809 Sorry, but did Benjamin take a suitcase with him to the boat? 458 00:35:06,810 --> 00:35:10,529 Knowing Benjamin, I doubt he even took a toothbrush. 459 00:35:10,530 --> 00:35:13,370 It's just, that blue case up there... 460 00:35:14,730 --> 00:35:17,610 I saw one just like it on Mark's boat. 461 00:35:19,330 --> 00:35:22,049 Well, that can't be. 462 00:35:22,050 --> 00:35:24,210 But they are a pair. And only one is there. 463 00:35:34,370 --> 00:35:36,050 His passport, ma'am. 464 00:35:37,210 --> 00:35:40,649 If your brother was only staying with you one night, 465 00:35:40,650 --> 00:35:43,730 why did he pack so many clothes? And a passport? 466 00:35:48,170 --> 00:35:52,169 You argued with your brother, didn't you? 467 00:35:52,170 --> 00:35:56,329 You can either tell me the truth or I can arrest you. 468 00:35:56,330 --> 00:35:59,529 Dwayne, get on to Government House. We'll need a warrant 469 00:35:59,530 --> 00:36:03,290 to impound this yacht. All right, wait. I'll tell you. 470 00:36:04,650 --> 00:36:08,609 My brother was a gambler. He owed money. 471 00:36:08,610 --> 00:36:10,290 Is that what you argued about? 472 00:36:12,410 --> 00:36:16,409 He had no sense of responsibility, he just breezed through life 473 00:36:16,410 --> 00:36:19,689 leaving the rest of us in his wake, clearing up the mess he left. 474 00:36:19,690 --> 00:36:22,249 I'm not interested in his shortcomings, 475 00:36:22,250 --> 00:36:25,569 I'm more interested in who he owed money to. 476 00:36:25,570 --> 00:36:27,849 He didn't say. 477 00:36:27,850 --> 00:36:30,249 Well, then why mention it at all? 478 00:36:30,250 --> 00:36:33,689 Because he wanted me to bail him out. Just like he always did. 479 00:36:33,690 --> 00:36:39,889 Marky boy, I just need a few grand. You'll get it back! Promise. 480 00:36:39,890 --> 00:36:43,009 Where am I going to get that sort of money from? You'll find it! 481 00:36:43,010 --> 00:36:45,769 You've done it before! Not this time. 482 00:36:45,770 --> 00:36:50,209 'I didn't have that sort of money, so I told him I couldn't.' 483 00:36:50,210 --> 00:36:52,089 I wouldn't help him. 484 00:36:52,090 --> 00:36:54,010 So why the suitcase? 485 00:36:57,410 --> 00:37:00,650 He said I was his last chance. He was in serious trouble. 486 00:37:02,290 --> 00:37:06,129 If he couldn't pay the debt he'd have to leave the island. 487 00:37:06,130 --> 00:37:07,930 His life was in danger. From who? 488 00:37:09,210 --> 00:37:11,169 I don't know. 489 00:37:11,170 --> 00:37:14,969 In your statement, you said you were about to leave for the UK. 490 00:37:14,970 --> 00:37:16,850 Did you agree to take him with you? 491 00:37:23,170 --> 00:37:26,249 That's it. If he owed money, had gambling debts, 492 00:37:26,250 --> 00:37:28,849 then we find who he owed money to and find our killer. 493 00:37:28,850 --> 00:37:31,969 But ma'am, if you're going to kill someone for their debts, 494 00:37:31,970 --> 00:37:35,249 do you go to so much trouble? Drowning them, dumping them at sea? 495 00:37:35,250 --> 00:37:38,089 What's your theory? I don't have one. I thought not. 496 00:37:38,090 --> 00:37:41,889 Get on to the bank, I want details of his finances. Well? 497 00:37:41,890 --> 00:37:46,209 They've checked the shed. Nothing's missing. The damn shed's not what I sent you for! 498 00:37:46,210 --> 00:37:50,129 No, sorry, that was... Was what? Not what you asked me for. 499 00:37:50,130 --> 00:37:52,929 You asked me to find out if they knew Danny Fernandez. They don't. 500 00:37:52,930 --> 00:37:55,049 They'd seen him but never spoken to him. 501 00:37:55,050 --> 00:37:57,129 So of all the people we've questioned, 502 00:37:57,130 --> 00:38:01,729 who would frighten Benjamin enough to run and leave his wife behind? 503 00:38:01,730 --> 00:38:05,249 Danny Fernandez. Exactly. So Dwayne, you do the bank like I asked. 504 00:38:05,250 --> 00:38:08,089 Freddie, search Fernandez's boat from top to bottom. 505 00:38:08,090 --> 00:38:12,290 If there's any evidence linking him to Benjamin, I want it found. 506 00:38:13,250 --> 00:38:14,290 Chop, chop. 507 00:38:36,690 --> 00:38:38,650 What are you doing out of bed? 508 00:38:40,050 --> 00:38:42,569 Just, looking for chicken soup. 509 00:38:42,570 --> 00:38:45,129 So you like it! 510 00:38:45,130 --> 00:38:47,730 It's like an angel crying on my tongue. 511 00:38:49,050 --> 00:38:53,329 You seem stronger too, so it must be working. 512 00:38:53,330 --> 00:38:56,209 Yes, yes. We should alert the Red Cross? 513 00:38:56,210 --> 00:39:00,649 We could rid the world of famine and disease at a single stroke. 514 00:39:00,650 --> 00:39:03,849 It will be known in Brussels as the "chicken soup strategy", 515 00:39:03,850 --> 00:39:05,730 no child will ever cry again. 516 00:39:08,050 --> 00:39:09,409 I heard from Camille. 517 00:39:09,410 --> 00:39:12,649 I told her you were ill, so she's on her way home. 518 00:39:12,650 --> 00:39:14,170 She'll be here in a few hours. 519 00:39:16,610 --> 00:39:18,569 You've missed her? 520 00:39:18,570 --> 00:39:22,049 Well, I mean, that's... that's to say, you know, 521 00:39:22,050 --> 00:39:27,209 the fact she isn't here is, you know, not ideal, so in that sense... 522 00:39:27,210 --> 00:39:31,249 Why can't you Brits ever just say how you feel? 523 00:39:31,250 --> 00:39:32,769 We can. 524 00:39:32,770 --> 00:39:33,850 Go on, then. 525 00:39:36,090 --> 00:39:41,249 Just say something, don't think about it first, you let it out. 526 00:39:41,250 --> 00:39:42,570 OK. 527 00:39:43,890 --> 00:39:49,569 Your soup tastes like old socks that have been marinated in diesel, 528 00:39:49,570 --> 00:39:53,329 sprinkled with urine and baked for three days covered in a sack 529 00:39:53,330 --> 00:39:55,610 that's been used to wipe a donkey's backside! 530 00:40:03,970 --> 00:40:06,569 No secret compartments on Danny's boat anywhere. 531 00:40:06,570 --> 00:40:08,569 Or stashes of cash or contraband. 532 00:40:08,570 --> 00:40:13,249 The only thing I've found is a set of scales, but no drugs. 533 00:40:13,250 --> 00:40:15,889 No, the diving equipment hasn't been used for years. 534 00:40:15,890 --> 00:40:19,409 The air tank's all seized up, the rubber's all split... 535 00:40:19,410 --> 00:40:22,570 OK. I'll catch you later. No problem. 536 00:40:24,250 --> 00:40:28,929 Got the bank statements. The full autopsy report came in, 537 00:40:28,930 --> 00:40:32,889 the wounds on the victim's chest had tiny shards of metal in them. 538 00:40:32,890 --> 00:40:36,130 And there was a stone lodged in his oesophagus. 539 00:40:38,130 --> 00:40:40,249 That's not the only thing that's weird. 540 00:40:40,250 --> 00:40:44,289 The Lightfoot account looks quite healthy for someone who 541 00:40:44,290 --> 00:40:47,089 owed a lot of money. But there are two transactions. 542 00:40:47,090 --> 00:40:50,409 25,000 paid into his account two weeks ago, 543 00:40:50,410 --> 00:40:52,649 then taken out in cash the next day. 544 00:40:52,650 --> 00:40:56,650 It was paid from an account held by Alex En. 545 00:41:02,410 --> 00:41:04,769 You know, I don't get it. 546 00:41:04,770 --> 00:41:07,609 Why would Alex En give Benjamin 25,000? 547 00:41:07,610 --> 00:41:11,089 Well, he asked his brother for help, why not his boss' wife? 548 00:41:11,090 --> 00:41:13,050 OK, but then why didn't she mention it? 549 00:41:13,051 --> 00:41:16,329 I mean, 25,000 is a lot of money. You know what I could do with that? 550 00:41:16,330 --> 00:41:19,489 The other thing is, he took the money out of the bank in cash. 551 00:41:19,490 --> 00:41:22,649 So it must have been to pay off his gambling debts. Maybe. 552 00:41:22,650 --> 00:41:24,489 Not maybe. Definitely. 553 00:41:24,490 --> 00:41:25,770 How can you know that? 554 00:41:25,771 --> 00:41:27,969 Because when you lose money gambling, 555 00:41:27,970 --> 00:41:31,649 the kind of people you owe don't like to take cheques. 556 00:41:31,650 --> 00:41:33,729 OK, but one thing still bugs me. Only one? 557 00:41:33,730 --> 00:41:36,369 He told his brother Mark that he owed money and that 558 00:41:36,370 --> 00:41:39,369 if he didn't pay it off he feared for his life. Right? So? 559 00:41:39,370 --> 00:41:42,489 That was after Mrs En had given him the 25,000. 560 00:41:42,490 --> 00:41:47,010 So if he'd paid off his debts, the only person he owed money to was Alex En. 561 00:41:49,690 --> 00:41:51,809 He said it was a one-off, 562 00:41:51,810 --> 00:41:55,409 it wouldn't happen again. But he owed all this money 563 00:41:55,410 --> 00:41:59,969 and he didn't dare tell Abigail, cos she'd kill him. I don't mean... 564 00:41:59,970 --> 00:42:02,009 You gave him money to pay his debts off. 565 00:42:02,010 --> 00:42:06,529 No. She gave all our savings to pay his debts off. Every penny we had. 566 00:42:06,530 --> 00:42:08,969 Why didn't you tell us earlier? 567 00:42:08,970 --> 00:42:12,249 Well, cos I was trying to spare Abigail any more pain. 568 00:42:12,250 --> 00:42:15,209 It's all connected, isn't it? It's to do with his debts. 569 00:42:15,210 --> 00:42:16,969 When did you find out about this? 570 00:42:16,970 --> 00:42:19,969 After Benjamin was killed. Now don't get any ideas. 571 00:42:19,970 --> 00:42:23,929 I'm not being cleaned out and accused of murder in the same week. 572 00:42:23,930 --> 00:42:27,449 Did Benjamin ever say if he planned to pay you back? 573 00:42:27,450 --> 00:42:30,329 He said he wouldn't rest until he'd paid back every dollar. 574 00:42:30,330 --> 00:42:32,210 And you believed him? Yes! 575 00:42:36,090 --> 00:42:43,169 Phil En has a fresh water butt in his dive shed. True, I never thought of that. 576 00:42:43,170 --> 00:42:46,889 That's why I'm a detective sergeant and you're... not. 577 00:42:46,890 --> 00:42:50,969 And the marks on his chest? S 578 00:42:50,970 --> 00:42:54,329 There was clearly a struggle, 579 00:42:54,330 --> 00:42:57,449 during which he'd have to be held face down with some force, 580 00:42:57,450 --> 00:43:00,769 which would explain marks on his chest. 581 00:43:00,770 --> 00:43:02,969 As for the stone lodged in his oesophagus, 582 00:43:02,970 --> 00:43:07,649 lots of stones on the sea bed, where the body was found. 583 00:43:07,650 --> 00:43:10,729 The key is the money Benjamin begged his brother for. 584 00:43:10,730 --> 00:43:15,409 Phil En lied about not finding out about the money until 585 00:43:15,410 --> 00:43:17,809 after Benjamin was dead. He went back to get it. 586 00:43:17,810 --> 00:43:22,049 We know Benjamin didn't have it. So after a furious row, 587 00:43:22,050 --> 00:43:24,769 Phil En killed Benjamin Lightfoot 588 00:43:24,770 --> 00:43:28,250 by holding him underwater in his fresh-water barrel. 589 00:43:29,810 --> 00:43:33,329 He then panicked and dumped the body at sea. 590 00:43:33,330 --> 00:43:36,050 What about the guy in the cells? 591 00:43:38,250 --> 00:43:41,969 He's a criminal, but there's nothing that links him to the victim. 592 00:43:41,970 --> 00:43:45,169 Therefore he's nothing more than a distraction. 593 00:43:45,170 --> 00:43:46,810 It has to be Philip En. 594 00:43:49,650 --> 00:43:51,769 Are you sure this is a good idea? 595 00:43:51,770 --> 00:43:55,410 The chief needs to know we're about to make an arrest. 596 00:43:57,690 --> 00:44:03,169 Dwayne? One thing before we go in. 597 00:44:03,170 --> 00:44:05,729 You've been feeding him information on the quiet. 598 00:44:05,730 --> 00:44:07,409 What? How did you know? 599 00:44:07,410 --> 00:44:08,570 Because so have I. 600 00:44:08,571 --> 00:44:12,730 Only I didn't bring a bag of fruit every time I went. 601 00:44:27,130 --> 00:44:28,730 Sir? 602 00:44:32,850 --> 00:44:38,209 So, you know about each other then? Yes, sir. 603 00:44:38,210 --> 00:44:41,170 I seem to be upsetting everybody today. 604 00:44:42,650 --> 00:44:46,329 I told Camille's mother that her soup tasted like diesel, 605 00:44:46,330 --> 00:44:49,329 but when I phoned to apologise she said I was being childish. 606 00:44:49,330 --> 00:44:52,089 Well, you did put your soup in a plant pot. 607 00:44:52,090 --> 00:44:55,250 Self preservation. So... 608 00:44:56,290 --> 00:45:00,129 Why are you here? Sergeant Young is about to make an arrest. 609 00:45:00,130 --> 00:45:04,970 We thought you should know. Well, then. You must tell me who it... 610 00:45:08,810 --> 00:45:13,010 He's done too much. He's wiped out. We should leave, let him sleep. 611 00:45:14,250 --> 00:45:16,210 No, wait. He's back. 612 00:45:20,810 --> 00:45:25,089 Where was I? Yes... 613 00:45:25,090 --> 00:45:29,529 You were about to tell me who you think killed Benjamin Lightfoot. 614 00:45:29,530 --> 00:45:34,609 Yes. Right, so Sergeant Young thinks it can only be one person. 615 00:45:34,610 --> 00:45:36,810 That's what I believe too. 616 00:45:40,570 --> 00:45:42,090 It was Phil En. 617 00:45:45,170 --> 00:45:46,649 And he's gone again. 618 00:45:46,650 --> 00:45:50,810 No, he's listening, taking it all in. 619 00:45:52,610 --> 00:45:54,049 So Phil's the killer. 620 00:45:54,050 --> 00:45:56,810 Well, we'd better arrest him for murder, then. 621 00:46:03,290 --> 00:46:06,889 I wouldn't do that if I were you. 622 00:46:06,890 --> 00:46:09,049 Perhaps you could help me get dressed. 623 00:46:09,050 --> 00:46:12,969 Dwayne? Drop us at the station and... 624 00:46:12,970 --> 00:46:16,049 and then I need you to go and get a couple of things for me. 625 00:46:16,050 --> 00:46:18,129 I'm not dead yet! Thank you. 626 00:46:18,130 --> 00:46:22,249 At first sight it was a baffling case, yet all it needed was 627 00:46:22,250 --> 00:46:24,249 determination, diligent police work 628 00:46:24,250 --> 00:46:28,649 and an instinct for the truth. In the final analysis, 629 00:46:28,650 --> 00:46:32,329 Benjamin Lightfoot's murderer could only be one person. 630 00:46:32,330 --> 00:46:37,929 The only person here with the means, motive and opportunity. 631 00:46:37,930 --> 00:46:40,009 I couldn't agree more. 632 00:46:40,010 --> 00:46:43,889 Mark Lightfoot, I'm arresting you on suspicion of the murder 633 00:46:43,890 --> 00:46:47,049 of your brother, Benjamin Lightfoot. 634 00:46:47,050 --> 00:46:52,049 This is madness! You do not have to say anything but it may harm your defence 635 00:46:52,050 --> 00:46:55,849 if you don't mention something you later rely on in court. 636 00:46:55,850 --> 00:46:58,010 Anything you say may be given as evidence. Do you understand? 637 00:46:58,011 --> 00:47:00,729 Will someone please explain to me what's going on? 638 00:47:00,730 --> 00:47:03,049 Helena. Helena? 639 00:47:03,050 --> 00:47:05,929 Detective Inspector Richard Poole, we haven't met, 640 00:47:05,930 --> 00:47:07,810 but I've, heard a lot about you. 641 00:47:07,811 --> 00:47:12,169 I apologise for the dramatic nature of my arrival, but I felt compelled 642 00:47:12,170 --> 00:47:15,129 to drag myself from my sick bed to prevent an injustice. 643 00:47:15,130 --> 00:47:18,649 And of course, to arrest Mark here for the murder of his brother. 644 00:47:18,650 --> 00:47:21,249 But I saw him on the boat when Benjamin went diving. 645 00:47:21,250 --> 00:47:25,049 And so did one of your officers. Yeah, it was him. 646 00:47:25,050 --> 00:47:28,049 Now, you only thought you saw Benjamin that morning. 647 00:47:28,050 --> 00:47:30,329 In fact, that's rather the point. 648 00:47:30,330 --> 00:47:33,249 Did you tell your brother the real reason you were 649 00:47:33,250 --> 00:47:35,769 sailing for the UK that day, or did he already know? 650 00:47:35,770 --> 00:47:38,769 I have no idea what you're talking about. 651 00:47:38,770 --> 00:47:42,209 I think you do. You're a smuggler, Mr Lightfoot, aren't you? 652 00:47:42,210 --> 00:47:46,209 Once a year you sail to the UK. That's what you told my officers. 653 00:47:46,210 --> 00:47:48,489 You crew boats all over the Caribbean. 654 00:47:48,490 --> 00:47:52,450 That's how you met Danny Barba. Or Fernandez, as we now know he is. 655 00:47:53,530 --> 00:47:57,249 Or is it a coincidence that a suspected smuggler 656 00:47:57,250 --> 00:48:01,290 is in the bay of Honore the same day you're leaving for the UK? 657 00:48:02,610 --> 00:48:06,289 Though as any detective worth their salt will tell you, 658 00:48:06,290 --> 00:48:10,569 there's no such thing as coincidence in a murder investigation. Fidel. 659 00:48:10,570 --> 00:48:14,010 The scales on Mr Fernandez' boat confused us. 660 00:48:15,290 --> 00:48:18,889 There was no trace of drugs, even in lab tests. 661 00:48:18,890 --> 00:48:21,929 The drugs were only one of the things Mr Fernandez was known 662 00:48:21,930 --> 00:48:24,369 to deal in, the others being guns... 663 00:48:24,370 --> 00:48:25,650 and conflict diamonds. 664 00:48:25,651 --> 00:48:27,050 Like this one. 665 00:48:28,250 --> 00:48:32,290 Found lodged in the oesophagus of the victim. 666 00:48:34,330 --> 00:48:37,209 Uncut so they still look like stones but, 667 00:48:37,210 --> 00:48:40,849 easy enough to identify with a little basic research. 668 00:48:40,850 --> 00:48:42,930 I was waiting on a lab report. 669 00:48:45,690 --> 00:48:49,969 Once we knew what the stone was, the rest suddenly made sense. 670 00:48:49,970 --> 00:48:52,289 Because the way you got them 671 00:48:52,290 --> 00:48:55,810 through UK customs was really quite brilliant. 672 00:48:58,250 --> 00:49:00,809 They weren't even hidden. 673 00:49:00,810 --> 00:49:04,489 You're wrong. If those are diamonds, I have no idea how they got there. 674 00:49:04,490 --> 00:49:09,089 You're lying. I think that when your brother discovered what they were 675 00:49:09,090 --> 00:49:11,849 and tried to take some of them to pay his debts, 676 00:49:11,850 --> 00:49:15,529 you pushed his head into the fish tank and held him there. No! 677 00:49:15,530 --> 00:49:19,610 In his struggle to breathe, this stone became lodged in his throat. 678 00:49:20,970 --> 00:49:24,169 I can't be sure, but it certainly explains the shape of the 679 00:49:24,170 --> 00:49:28,249 wounds on his chest and why there were metal shards embedded in them. 680 00:49:28,250 --> 00:49:31,249 Metal, by the way. Not plastic, as it stated quite clearly 681 00:49:31,250 --> 00:49:32,769 in the lab report, I believe. 682 00:49:32,770 --> 00:49:35,289 It also explains the one thing you didn't consider 683 00:49:35,290 --> 00:49:37,689 when you dumped his body into the sea... 684 00:49:37,690 --> 00:49:40,170 why his lungs were full of fresh water. 685 00:49:41,530 --> 00:49:48,889 Mr Fernandez, at the moment you are charged with possession of 686 00:49:48,890 --> 00:49:52,529 a counterfeit passport and illegal movement of conflict diamonds. 687 00:49:52,530 --> 00:49:54,809 What you have to decide is 688 00:49:54,810 --> 00:49:58,729 whether you want to add accessory to murder to that list. 689 00:49:58,730 --> 00:50:01,410 Mark? So you do know him? 690 00:50:02,770 --> 00:50:07,049 The question is, will a jury believe you're not a murderer? 691 00:50:07,050 --> 00:50:12,449 All right. It was his idea to use the catamaran, the fish tank. 692 00:50:12,450 --> 00:50:15,849 He approached me. I'll tell you everything. 693 00:50:15,850 --> 00:50:18,409 I had nothing to do with the killing of his brother. 694 00:50:18,410 --> 00:50:20,850 I still don't understand. I saw him. 695 00:50:21,890 --> 00:50:26,530 By the time you saw Benjamin go diving, he was already dead. 696 00:50:29,530 --> 00:50:32,689 You were forced to admit that you argued with your brother 697 00:50:32,690 --> 00:50:35,050 the night he was murdered. 698 00:50:36,890 --> 00:50:40,049 Because you didn't know what had been overheard, 699 00:50:40,050 --> 00:50:42,289 you decided to tell us the truth. 700 00:50:42,290 --> 00:50:44,849 But you didn't tell us what happened next, did you? 701 00:50:44,850 --> 00:50:48,289 I just need a few grand, you'll get it back. Promise. 702 00:50:48,290 --> 00:50:51,569 Where am I going to get that sort of money from? You'll find it! 703 00:50:51,570 --> 00:50:54,369 You've done it before. Not this time. 704 00:50:54,370 --> 00:50:56,729 Come on, big boy, you know I need it. 705 00:50:56,730 --> 00:50:58,810 Just drink your drink, all right? 706 00:51:01,690 --> 00:51:04,409 After a night of heavy drinking emotions ran high, 707 00:51:04,410 --> 00:51:07,570 tempers flared. You started to fight over the diamonds. 708 00:51:17,810 --> 00:51:23,289 'All those years of resentment? Of the little brother who 709 00:51:23,290 --> 00:51:27,050 'breezed through life, leaving you in his wake to clear up his mess. 710 00:51:38,770 --> 00:51:41,569 'You may not have meant to kill your brother that day, ' 711 00:51:41,570 --> 00:51:45,130 but once you realised that you had, you had to dispose of his body. 712 00:51:48,250 --> 00:51:52,689 And I have to say, your plan was ingenious. 713 00:51:52,690 --> 00:51:54,489 The first part... 714 00:51:54,490 --> 00:51:56,850 'was to get him into some of the boat's scuba kit 715 00:51:56,851 --> 00:51:59,609 'and get his body onto the dinghy. 716 00:51:59,610 --> 00:52:03,210 'You thought it would look like a tragic diving accident. 717 00:52:05,930 --> 00:52:08,449 'After all, what else could it be? 718 00:52:08,450 --> 00:52:10,410 'Your first mistake was not realising 719 00:52:10,411 --> 00:52:12,529 'that his lungs were full of fresh water. 720 00:52:12,530 --> 00:52:15,649 'The second was forgetting to turn on his air tank. 721 00:52:15,650 --> 00:52:19,129 'Once you'd dumped his body, you came back 722 00:52:19,130 --> 00:52:21,489 'and broke into Phil's dive-shed. 723 00:52:21,490 --> 00:52:24,249 'And it looked like nothing had been stolen... 724 00:52:24,250 --> 00:52:26,569 'because nothing had. 725 00:52:26,570 --> 00:52:30,729 You simply needed a police officer there 726 00:52:30,730 --> 00:52:32,969 for the final piece of the jigsaw. 727 00:52:32,970 --> 00:52:35,249 You disposed of your brother's body at sea 728 00:52:35,250 --> 00:52:39,769 under cover of darkness. But in order to get away with his murder, 729 00:52:39,770 --> 00:52:43,890 you needed to prove he was still alive. So you impersonated him. 730 00:52:46,850 --> 00:52:50,849 'Making sure you put on one of his trademark red bandanas. 731 00:52:50,850 --> 00:52:54,529 'Because in scuba gear, it would be hard to tell two people apart... 732 00:52:54,530 --> 00:52:57,449 'let alone two brothers of a similar age and build.' 733 00:52:57,450 --> 00:53:01,169 Hey! I didn't think I'd see you until noon. 734 00:53:01,170 --> 00:53:06,610 'As long as you spoke through the snorkel, you'd even sound the same.' 735 00:53:21,490 --> 00:53:25,529 'I mean, why would anyone think anything suspicious was happening? 736 00:53:25,530 --> 00:53:28,130 'Nobody knew anything suspicious had happened.' 737 00:53:35,010 --> 00:53:37,129 'You wasn't being clumsy when you dropped 738 00:53:37,130 --> 00:53:40,569 'and smashed that bottle, you was proving that you were on that boat 739 00:53:40,570 --> 00:53:42,329 after your brother had left.' 740 00:53:42,330 --> 00:53:44,009 Good night? 741 00:53:44,010 --> 00:53:48,289 'So how could you be the murderer? The murder hadn't happened yet. 742 00:53:48,290 --> 00:53:52,209 'Your brother was still alive. Or so everyone would think.' 743 00:53:52,210 --> 00:53:54,729 I asked Dwayne to pick up not just the fish tank, 744 00:53:54,730 --> 00:53:58,729 but also to look through the trash that you put out that day. 745 00:53:58,730 --> 00:54:02,889 Because inside there, was one clue that broke the whole case wide open. 746 00:54:02,890 --> 00:54:05,489 Benjamin never appeared without his red bandana 747 00:54:05,490 --> 00:54:07,569 before he was murdered. 748 00:54:07,570 --> 00:54:09,889 Why was that? You see... 749 00:54:09,890 --> 00:54:13,169 it really bugged me, until I realised that you'd 750 00:54:13,170 --> 00:54:17,609 remembered to wear it when you impersonated him that morning. 751 00:54:17,610 --> 00:54:21,569 But in your panic to dispose of the body, you hadn't. 752 00:54:21,570 --> 00:54:26,049 So... the bandana, the marks on his chest, 753 00:54:26,050 --> 00:54:28,649 the stone, the fresh water in his lungs, 754 00:54:28,650 --> 00:54:30,329 the break-in at the dive shed. 755 00:54:30,330 --> 00:54:34,249 All things that, individually make no sense. 756 00:54:34,250 --> 00:54:36,929 But put them together and they add up to one fact... 757 00:54:36,930 --> 00:54:41,530 you murdered your brother Benjamin and disposed of his body in the sea. 758 00:54:43,370 --> 00:54:45,090 Lock him up, Fidel. 759 00:54:49,690 --> 00:54:51,090 Mark? How could you? 760 00:54:52,770 --> 00:54:54,249 He was your brother... 761 00:54:54,250 --> 00:54:57,129 And I hated him! My whole life, I hated him! 762 00:54:57,130 --> 00:55:00,449 And none of you could understand! You just laugh at me. 763 00:55:00,450 --> 00:55:03,290 The brother who wasn't as cool or as interesting. 764 00:55:04,650 --> 00:55:07,329 My whole life, people, they run around after him. 765 00:55:07,330 --> 00:55:10,009 I run around after him, clearing up his mistakes, 766 00:55:10,010 --> 00:55:12,889 paying his debts, letting him use me. 767 00:55:12,890 --> 00:55:16,450 But you never saw that, did you? Nobody noticed me! 768 00:55:21,250 --> 00:55:23,809 My sincere condolences, Mrs Lightfoot. 769 00:55:23,810 --> 00:55:25,090 And the suitcase? 770 00:55:25,091 --> 00:55:29,249 All Mark, intended to throw us off the scent. 771 00:55:29,250 --> 00:55:31,329 He packed it when he went to the house, 772 00:55:31,330 --> 00:55:33,570 to tell you about your husband's death. 773 00:55:34,930 --> 00:55:36,490 I knew he wouldn't leave me. 774 00:55:42,130 --> 00:55:44,170 Sorry, is that what you were going to say? 775 00:55:45,210 --> 00:55:46,809 You know damn well it wasn't. 776 00:55:46,810 --> 00:55:50,689 Yes, I did know that, but that's why I'm a detective inspector... 777 00:55:50,690 --> 00:55:52,290 and you're not. 778 00:56:03,530 --> 00:56:08,089 So, we've caught a murderer and an international diamond smuggler. 779 00:56:08,090 --> 00:56:10,089 That's a good day. 780 00:56:10,090 --> 00:56:13,409 Yes, it is. I'm not sure Sergeant Young was too pleased. 781 00:56:13,410 --> 00:56:17,570 I'm sorry, but she wasn't very nice. Don't worry, Freddie. She's gone now. 782 00:56:22,810 --> 00:56:24,610 That doesn't look good. 783 00:56:28,370 --> 00:56:31,609 I've just got off a nine hour flight and what do I get? 784 00:56:31,610 --> 00:56:34,009 Virtually as the plane hits the tarmac, 785 00:56:34,010 --> 00:56:37,649 my mother on the phone saying you've insulted her? 786 00:56:37,650 --> 00:56:41,529 I didn't insult her, it was more... critique. 787 00:56:41,530 --> 00:56:45,849 You said her soup tasted of old socks! She told me to be honest. 788 00:56:45,850 --> 00:56:49,409 When women tell you to be honest, don't BE honest! That makes sense 789 00:56:49,410 --> 00:56:52,329 It doesn't have to make sense! It's my mother! 790 00:56:52,330 --> 00:56:56,969 I could have reported her for assault. I grew up on chicken soup! 791 00:56:56,970 --> 00:56:59,649 That explains a lot. What's that supposed to mean?! 792 00:56:59,650 --> 00:57:02,729 Things are back to normal. Amen to that. Fancy a beer? 793 00:57:02,730 --> 00:57:05,609 Well, it's clearly made you argumentative for a start. 794 00:57:05,610 --> 00:57:08,529 I'm argumentative? Look, excuse me, but while you were 795 00:57:08,530 --> 00:57:13,049 swanning around in Paris, I was solving a murder from my sick bed. 796 00:57:13,050 --> 00:57:16,049 From what I've heard, Dwayne and Fidel did all the hard work. 797 00:57:16,050 --> 00:57:19,849 What? Come on, is all this really about your mother's chicken soup?! 798 00:57:19,850 --> 00:57:22,130 No, all of this is because you are a rude man...! 799 00:57:25,330 --> 00:57:28,529 I've been waiting for this day for ten years. 800 00:57:28,530 --> 00:57:31,769 Just make sure you boys can keep up with me. 801 00:57:31,770 --> 00:57:34,889 So you weren't jealous of him spending time with 802 00:57:34,890 --> 00:57:36,489 a younger, prettier woman? 803 00:57:36,490 --> 00:57:40,170 Nothing Solly ever did was easy on other folk. 804 00:57:41,850 --> 00:57:45,770 There's obviously more between you and Solly than a photo assignment. 805 00:57:49,450 --> 00:57:53,609 We were in a band. Didn't mean we were family. 806 00:57:53,610 --> 00:57:57,490 You just have to relax. Go with the flow. A-a-agh! 807 00:58:01,330 --> 00:58:04,529 Subtitles by APOLLO www.addic7ed.com 67197

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