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What are you thinking?

I'm thinking it was the accountant.

In the law office.

With the illegal wire transfer?

Either that, or colonel mustard in the library.

colonel mustard ƒ}ƒXƒ^[ƒh‘卲 library ‘Ö ƒ{[ƒhƒQ[ƒ€‚Ěclue

We can pull prints on the candlestick.

pull print Žw–äĚŽć candlestick C‘ä

Let's grab his company's financial records from last year...

They're on file.

You want me to do it?

We have clerks for that.

clerk Ž––ąˆő

I got something better.

I got you.

Okay.

Sticking around, huh?

stick around ‹ß‚­‚É‚˘‚é ‚ ‚˝‚č‚đƒuƒ‰ƒuƒ‰‚ˇ‚é

Yeah.

Hey, is it true you once sent champagne to a surveillance van?

That's the rumor.

Been checking up on me?

check up ’˛‚ׂé

You were part of my thesis at Quantico.

thesis ˜_•ś

Really?

How did we do?

94.

Not bad.

Find anything interesting?

Truth or rumor?

Is there a difference?

Well, the counterfeit ccertificates were your only conviction, but you're implicated in at least a dozen other confidence schemes, frauds, and forgeries.

certificate ŘŒ” conviction —Lß”ťŒˆ implicate ŠÖ—^‚ˇ‚é fraud ź‹\ forgery ‹U‘˘

Is that why you asked to be reassigned to the White Collar unit?

reassigne •”‚đ•Ď‚Ś‚ł‚š‚é

Yeah, you know, I wasn't gonna pass up a chance to work with someone I've admired since college.

pass up ’f‚é admire ĚŽ^‚ˇ‚é

Hey, play your cards right, I'm sure we'll make a case or two.

play your cards right ăŽč‚­‚â‚Á‚˝‚ˁB

Oh, honey, I was talking about Agent Burke.

He caught you twice, right?.

Hey, maybe you can help me out 'cause I'm looking for some records here.

Yeah, we got clerks for that.

Uh, Peter.

Yeah?

Yeah, your wife's here.

She's not alone.

She look upset to you?

Ah, they look...they both look upset.

upset Ź—E“Ž—hEƒCƒ‰ƒCƒ‰

You know, a buddy of mine, he always kept a separate cellphone.

One for the wife, one for the girlfriend.

Well, it helps avoid this kind of crossover.

It's not my girlfriend, okay?

I don't have a girlfriend.

That's El's friend Dana.

They've known each other since high school.

Hi, honey.

We need to talk.

Okay, thanks, Jones.

That will be all.

Have a seat, honey.

So, why's Dana here?

Is she okay?

No.

It's actually about her husband, John.

Hot-wings guy?

Remember, he made those hot wings at the barbecue, the cooper barbecue, a while back.

cooper barbecue ƒN[ƒp[ƒo[ƒxƒLƒ…[ a while back ‚ľ‚΂炭‚ĚŠÔ

Right.Him.

Thought he was stationed overseas?

station ’“Ý‚ł‚š‚é

He finished his tour last month.

tour ŒRŽ–

What's the problem?

Well, this morning, the FBI issued a warrant for his arrest.

All right.

What's the last name?

Mitchell.

Mitchell.

What happened?

Some stolen gold or something in a storage shed.

strage shed ’™‘ ŒÉ

They think he brought it over.

Dana came to me for help.

She has no idea why he's a suspect.

I think I do.

Well, what is it?

It's gold artifacts from Iraq.

Got his prints all over the place, hair evidence.

El, this doesn't look good.

Found that file!

This can wait.

This can wait Œă‰ń‚ľ‚ō\‚í‚Č‚˘

No, Neal, come in.

Now, Neal.

Just because someone's accused of doing something, that doesn't mean that that person is guilty, right?

accuse ”­‚ˇ‚é

Define "guilty".

define –žŠm‚É‚ˇ‚é

You really think he's the best person to ask?

Neal.

I suppose it's possible.

suppose Žv‚¤

See? That's what I thought.

This says, "whereabouts unknown".

whereabouts s•ű

Is he on the run?

He's at his brother's.

I didn't know the address.

If you're keeping that information, that's aiding and abetting.

aiding and abetting ”Ćß‚Ů‚¤•

Okay, I think I grabbed the wrong file. I'm gonna get the right one.

No.Stay.My turn.

If we have your prints and hair on the scene and you're on the run, are you guilty?

Oh, now he's the best person to ask?

Honestly, I think your friend should turn himself in.

turn oneself in ŽŠŽń‚ˇ‚é

I completely agree with you.

That's why I told Dana to tell him what to do.

Turn himself in.

So, he is turning himself in?

Yes.

He's going to be turning himself in to you.

Yeah, I'll be back.

Uh, Peter, thank you.

God, do I feel guilty.

You think he did it?

Artifacts from the Royal Cemetery Crypts of Ur in Egypt.

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1,000-year-old gold.

A lot of money is always a lot of motive.

motive “Ž‹@

That's a shame.

Apparently, he melted some of it down.

I'm sorry.

That's all right.

John.

Peter.

I want you to know I didn't do this.

It was set up.

set up ‚Í‚ß‚ç‚ę‚˝

Your prints were all over the gold, John.

My prints?

I gotta go.

Listen, please.

Look, my lawyer said I shouldn't say a word, but when I was overseas, a guy asked me to help him bring some goods back to the states.

I said no.

John.

His name is Aimes.

It's Patrick Aimes.

He's in the State Department.

Just look into it.

Please.

I will.

Oh, my God.

Hey, that was genuine surprise on Mitchell's face when we told him his prints were on the gold.

genuine –{•¨‚Ě

I noticed that.

But that doesn't get him off the hook.

hook Œv—Ş

There's something else.

What?

Before I say anything, what's the statute of limitations.

statute of limitations ŽžŒř

Just tell me.

You can't melt down precious metals like gold without getting splash blisters on your arms, no matter how careful you are.

precious ‹Md‚ȍ‚‰ż‚Č splash ‚ľ‚Ô‚Ť blisters ‰Î–c‚ę

Well, Mitchell may be burn-free, but that doesn't make him innocent.

Maybe we should check out this Aimes guy.

Already did.

He was working for the State Department, overseeing reconstruction in mosul a few months back.

State Department ‘–ąČ mosul ƒ‚[ƒXƒ‹iƒCƒ‰ƒN‚Ě“sŽs)

Where is he now?

Working for a private security contractor right here in New York.

contractor ż•‰‹ĆŽŇ

Sounds like he's done well for himself.

Yeah.

I'm gonna go see how well.

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