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Get in the car.

I wasn't sure I'd hear back from you, Sam. Where are we going?

hear back from •ÔŽ–‚đ‚ŕ‚炤

Someplace less obvious.

So do I call you Caffrey or Bennett?

Bennett was my name a long time ago. Not anymore.

I've been tracking you since --

Ellen's funeral. I remember.

I knew her as Kathryn Hill.

Ellen's name before WITSEC? She told me you worked deep cover back in D.C., said you were close.

After your father went down for murder, there weren't many in our department I could trust.

You knew my dad?

In your e-mail, you said you'd meet me on my terms. Here are my terms. I ask the questions. I don't like the answers, I get back in that car, and I drive away. Understood?

Understood.

What do you do for the FBI?

I'm a confidential informant. It's the deal I cut to get out of prison.

The man at the funeral -- your handler?

Peter Burke. He can be trusted. He can help us find Ellen's --

If you think this is about one guy pulling one trigger you're as naive as your farther. The man took him down, who had Ellen murderd.

They were corrupt cops.

Who rose up the ranks of government and law enforcement. I'm sure there are some in the bureau. And they will do whatever it takes to protect themselves.

So, what? She asked you to help me expose them?

Working with the FBI wasn't part of the deal.

Peter can help us.

All it takes is one report. How do you think Ellen's name got leaked?

No. Not Peter. All right, assuming this stays between us, how do we take them down?

Start with the evidence Ellen collected on dirty cops 30 years ago. Where is it?

She was planning to hand that over when she got here.

So you don't even know where it is?

Give me a chance.

Sorry, Caffrey. You've already maxed out on your quota of answers I don't like.

max out ŒŔŠE‚É’B‚ˇ‚é

So that's it?

You're leaving?

Sam, I need the truth about Ellen and my father.

You asked me if I knew him. I did.

So, the key broke off in the lock?

Yeah.

Are you sure it's a rental?

New model, low mileage, cheap plastic key fob.

Hexagonal. That's either street fleet or zenith. I'll keep an eye out for repair requests on a gray S.U.V. with a key stuck in the door lock.

All right.

Let's say you find Sam -- again. He's made it clear he doesn't trust you.

Well, I have to convince him that he can.

You know, trust works both ways.

You don't think I should trust Sam?

I'm simply saying you should go in with both eyes open. And the Suit has the resources to be those eyes.

You realize somewhere pigs are flying right now.

when pigs fly â‘Ζł—

Yes. And that is the sound of hell freezing over. Look, Peter catches wind you're up to something, he's gonna follow you. He may as well be informed.

up to Šé‚Ä‚é

Yeah, and if he puts his investigation on the books, it could put him at risk.

You could ask him to be quiet. He's done it before.

Yeah, well, not happily.

But he's done it.

On November 6th, you visited the defendant's penthouse, posing as an investor for his condo development. What evidence did you uncover?

condo development ƒ}ƒ“ƒVƒ‡ƒ“ŠJ”­

Delancy showed me a vial of benzene. He said it was known to cause cancer, specifically leukemia.

vial Ź•r benzene ƒxƒ“ƒ[ƒ“ leukemia ”’ŒŒ•a

Did he say what he planned to do with this particular vial?

He said he planned to use it to lace the soil samples taken by Caplin Environmental. When the results would come back toxic, he'd evict the tenants from his property, tear down their homes, and eventually start construction on his luxury condos, exactly as he'd done once before.

lace ‰Á‚Ś‚é evict ‹­§‘Ţ‹Ž‚ł‚š‚é

After Delancy showed you this vial...

Peter working on his direct for the Delancy trial?

Ah, he's the prosecution's star witness.

And the only thing he loves more than arresting criminals...

Is testifying against them at their trial.

Oh, I remember. Vividly.

Vividly Šˆ‚ŤŠˆ‚Ť‚Ć

Perfect. Then I say, "no further questions," and if all goes well...

The jury finds Delancy guilty of mortgage fraud and 98 counts of civil rights violations.

And since the FBI never recovered the benzene vial, this whole case is resting on your testimony.

rest on ‚É—Š‚é

And your key question.

It's like it's Christmas morning and he's unwrapping a guilty verdict.

verdict •]Œˆ

Oh. Instead of "laced," I'll say the samples were "tainted." Tainted's more descriptive.

taint ‰˜ő‚ˇ‚é descriptive •`ŽĘ“I

Neal, you remember Josh Bryson, assistant U.S. attorney.

Josh. I hear you've been wiping the floor with the Delancy defense.

And with Peter's testimony today, I plan to put them out of their misery.

misery ‹‡’n

Don't forget I worked that case with Peter. Delancy showed me the vial of benzene, too, when I was working undercover at Caplin Environmental as a biochemical analyst, so if you --

Thank you, Neal, but I already have Peter. And he, uh... How do I put this?

Doesn't have a dark and sordid past as a professional con man?

sordid ‚ ‚ł‚Ü‚ľ‚˘

Or an off-again, off-again relationship with the whole truth?

on-again, off-again ‚ ‚Ä‚É‚Č‚ç‚Č‚˘

Or even --

Point taken, so...

Point taken Œž‚˘‚˝‚˘‚ą‚Ć‚Í‚í‚Š‚Á‚˝

You're more than welcome to sit in the gallery and watch me testify.

more than welcome ‘劽Œ}

Ah, I would love to, but I should -- you know, I should probably stay here and just sharpen pencils.

I'll see you in an hour, Peter.

All right, Josh.

Have a great trial.

Thank you.

Since when are you interested in taking the stand?

Ever since I realized that testifying is a con.

Testifying isn't a con. It's a narrative crafted to have the greatest impact on a jury.

narrative ˜bp crafted ¸I‚Č

You're convincing the jury your narrative is right. It's a con.

Nope. Conning involves deceit.

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Oh, a lie of omission is not deceit?

a lie of omission •sěˆ×‚ĚƒEƒ\

My testimony isn't a lie of omission.

Are you mentioning the part where the benzene was nowhere to be found when you showed up with the warrant later?

Bryson is asking what I uncovered, not recovered. Big difference.

So, testifying is as much about the questions as it is the answers.

Exactly.

Then I stand corrected. Testifying is a two-man con.

stand corrected Œë‚č‚đ”F‚ß‚é

Go sharpen your pencils.

Okay.

...which allowed him to tear down their homes to build luxury condos.

And you suspected Mr.Burke would attempt this scheme a second time?

You mean Mr.Delancy.

I will restate. You suspected Mr.Delancy would attempt the scheme a second time.

Correct. He was looking for an investor for another condo development. While undercover, I was that investor.

Now, in your grand jury testimony, you state that you visited the defendant's penthouse on November 6th of last year. On that date, what evidence of his previous crime did you recover?

You mean uncover?

Correct. On that date, what evidence of Delancy's previous crime did you recover?

That date, I didn't recover any evidence, but the defendant showed me --

Objection. Non-responsive.

Sustained.

I-I will restate. Agent Burke, on that date, what evidence did you uncover?

Mr.Delancy showed me a vial of benzene.

Hey.

Hey.

Thought I'd swing by on my lunch, see how it went. By the looks of it, not well.

Bryson blew it. He was nervous, jumpy. He botched the key question.

jumpy ƒrƒNƒrƒN‚ľ‚Ä botch ‚ľ‚­‚ś‚é

Bryson doesn't botch anything.

Exactly.

Peter, you don't think Delancy might have gotten to him.

If he did, a guilty man is gonna walk.

Hey, Josh. Come on in. Can I get you something? Coffee?

Thanks, Elizabeth.

Glad you came. Josh, what the hell happened?

Before court today, I received a phone call.

I was told to throw the case or these go public.

Josh.

Wow.

Wow.

I take it these aren't photoshopped?

The woman in these photos -- she was in the court today.

She's Delancy's girlfriend.

Sleeping with the defense's girlfriend. This is grounds for a mistrial. Josh --

ground for ‚ĚŞ‹’ mistrial R—–łŒř

It's not what you think. A few weeks back, I'm in a bar, grabbing a drink after work. This attractive woman approaches and starts chatting me up. She invites me over to her place. You get the idea.

Oh, no. We see the idea.

I swear to you, before this morning, I had no idea who she was.

Did you throw today on purpose?

No. I got rattled. I didn't know what to do.

get rattled Žć‚藐‚ˇ

And if you step down, there's a good chance a criminal goes free.

What's the point of arresting these bastards if you can't prosecute them?

prosecute ‹N‘i‚ˇ‚é

Can you help?

These are the photos being used to blackmail Bryson.

That's Delancy's girlfriend?

She is dedicated to her man.

And limber.

limber _“î‚Č

And unfortunately, she's not talking. We'll have to go after the next best thing. Landon Shepard. She was Delancy's first call after his arrest last year. And she was in court yesterday.

Says she's an executive consultant.

She's who you call when the C.E.O. of your Fortune 500 company crashes his Bentley with his 18-year-old mistress's head on his lap.

Or when the FBI is closing in and you've got a vial of benzene in the top drawer of your desk.

She's a fixer.

She's good. She's connected. A year later, we still can't pin anything on her.

Can we subpoena her phone records?

All incoming calls go to an office voicemail.

So far, we've been unable to link any other number to her.

She gets in your head. I mean, I questioned her a year ago, and in five minutes, she could tell things about me that my own mother couldn't. It wasn't right.

We have to find a way to get to her.

Or she could come to us.

Diana.

Ms. Shepard, my name is --

Agent Burke. I hear you've been asking questions about me behind my back. Again. I thought I'd stop by and save you the trouble.

Agent Berrigan and I would love to chat with you.

No Clinton Jones today? Don't tell me. He's off seeking daddy's approval through overachievement. I got 15 minutes. I assume your interrogation room is this way.

overachievement ŹŃ‚đă‚°‚é‚ą‚Ć

What can you tell us about Victor Delancy's girlfriend?

I can tell you a lot of things about a lot of people.

Specifics.

Well, take you -- loyal husband, respected agent. And you're virtually untouchable. But the assistant U.S. attorney working the Delancy case -- not so much from what I hear.

virtually Ž–ŽŔă untouchable Žčo‚ľ‚Ĺ‚Ť‚Č‚˘

So you admit Victor Delancy's a client?

Oh, my clients expect anonymity. I admit nothing.

anonymity “˝–źŤ

It's a game to her.

If I didn't know any better, I'd think she senses my presence.

You call yourself an executive consultant. What does that entail?

entail ˆř‚Ť‹N‚ą‚ˇ

I provide my clients with much-needed structure. Something I see you could appreciate.

I'm not following.

Well, your tattoo. Squares symbolize stability, foundation. The line connecting them signifies companionship. You must have been very much in love. Five years ago, I'd say from the fading. Tattoos are forever. Love, I guess not so much so.

stability ˆŔ’萍 signify ˆÓ–Ą‚ˇ‚é companionship eŒđ

Listen, you --

Easy.

She's controlling the entire interview.

Yeah, because Peter's letting her. He's playing to Shepard's ego.

Why?

I don't know.

Rumor has it you know some powerful people.

Well, I rely on the people I know to get what I want, from the mayor to the man who washes my windows.

Mm. Makes me wish we'd met sooner. I hit a rough patch here at the bureau a month or so back.

hit a rough patch •s‰^‚Č–Ú‚É‚ ‚¤

Oh, that's a shame. I could have put in a good word for you.

With who? The mayor or the window washer?

Who do you think?

I think your real skill is the art of the bluff, making claims you know full well you can't back up.

Yes, Landon Shepard for the mayor. Hello, sir. Landon Shepard. Indeed, it has been some time.

Well, we can confirm she's got a cell.

That's Peter's play.

If it were registered under her real name, we'd know about it. For a subpoena, we'd need either her alias --

Or her cell number. City Hall phone logs are public record. Not bad, Peter. Not bad at all.

Shall I say hi?

No, thank you.

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