1 00:00:12,378 --> 00:00:13,743 Yo, you need help lighting that? 2 00:00:16,481 --> 00:00:18,047 All right. Where's your damn wallet? 3 00:00:18,049 --> 00:00:19,348 Come on, man! Get it out! 4 00:00:19,350 --> 00:00:20,917 I'm getting it. I'll cut you, man. I swear. 5 00:00:20,919 --> 00:00:22,585 Take it easy. I'm getting it. 6 00:00:22,587 --> 00:00:24,921 All units move in, move in, move in! 7 00:00:33,164 --> 00:00:35,131 I'm a cop! 8 00:00:35,133 --> 00:00:37,934 Get off me! I'm a cop! I'm a cop! Don't fight me, man! 9 00:00:37,936 --> 00:00:39,535 Don't fight me! 10 00:00:39,537 --> 00:00:40,702 Jamie! 11 00:00:45,009 --> 00:00:46,009 Stay right there! 12 00:00:46,577 --> 00:00:47,543 Hands up! 13 00:00:47,545 --> 00:00:48,644 Jamie, are you okay? 14 00:00:48,646 --> 00:00:49,812 Yeah, I think so. 15 00:00:49,814 --> 00:00:51,847 What'd you do that for? I dropped the knife! 16 00:00:51,849 --> 00:00:53,749 Doesn't matter. You grabbed for my gun. You're under arrest. 17 00:00:53,751 --> 00:00:54,850 No, I didn't! 18 00:00:54,852 --> 00:00:57,385 You have the right to remain silent. 19 00:00:57,387 --> 00:01:01,523 I know. My dad's a cop. 20 00:01:07,064 --> 00:01:09,164 Michael, 21 00:01:09,166 --> 00:01:11,032 you up? Breakfast is done! 22 00:01:11,034 --> 00:01:12,467 You know I don't eat breakfast. 23 00:01:12,469 --> 00:01:14,436 Uh, you should the day of tryouts 24 00:01:14,438 --> 00:01:16,804 for a big math competition. 25 00:01:16,806 --> 00:01:18,039 You ready? 26 00:01:18,041 --> 00:01:19,040 Yep. 27 00:01:19,042 --> 00:01:20,808 Do you have your calculator? 28 00:01:20,810 --> 00:01:23,374 I told you, we're not allowed to bring calculators. 29 00:01:23,398 --> 00:01:24,279 Baby, 30 00:01:24,280 --> 00:01:26,280 can you help me with this bow tie? 31 00:01:26,282 --> 00:01:28,115 That's what you're wearing to the opening of a youth facility? 32 00:01:28,117 --> 00:01:29,249 I'm not wearing it for the youth. 33 00:01:29,251 --> 00:01:30,217 I'm wearing it for the cameras. 34 00:01:30,219 --> 00:01:31,151 It's corny. 35 00:01:31,153 --> 00:01:32,553 Say what? It makes you look 36 00:01:32,555 --> 00:01:33,921 like you work in a restaurant. 37 00:01:33,923 --> 00:01:35,122 Oh, so now you're a fashion critic? 38 00:01:35,124 --> 00:01:36,824 - Just saying. - Now you're gonna get it. 39 00:01:36,826 --> 00:01:37,959 Come on, slugger. Come on. 40 00:01:37,961 --> 00:01:39,026 Huh? 41 00:01:40,929 --> 00:01:42,229 Good luck today, son. 42 00:01:42,231 --> 00:01:44,398 And be careful out there, hmm? Dad, 43 00:01:44,400 --> 00:01:45,699 I'm going to a math contest. 44 00:01:45,701 --> 00:01:47,834 I'm saying, if you run into the police... 45 00:01:47,836 --> 00:01:50,770 Be polite but know your rights. All right. 46 00:01:50,772 --> 00:01:53,140 Get out of here. 47 00:01:53,142 --> 00:01:56,143 Rumble, young man. Rumble. 48 00:02:06,488 --> 00:02:07,438 Mommy, please, where are you? 49 00:02:07,462 --> 00:02:09,323 Will you shut up?! 50 00:02:09,324 --> 00:02:12,659 Mommy. Mommy. Well, here we go again. 51 00:02:12,661 --> 00:02:15,194 Oh, my God. At least she's not singing 52 00:02:15,196 --> 00:02:16,962 ?99 Bottles of Beer? anymore. Mommy, please don't 53 00:02:16,964 --> 00:02:18,831 let them hit me again. 54 00:02:18,833 --> 00:02:20,506 Mommy, don't let them hit me again. 55 00:02:20,530 --> 00:02:21,268 Yo, 56 00:02:21,269 --> 00:02:23,903 Rent-a-cop, we may... we might need to pull over again. 57 00:02:23,905 --> 00:02:25,771 Please, Mommy. Mommy, it hurts. It hurts. 58 00:02:25,773 --> 00:02:27,640 Please, Mommy, 59 00:02:27,642 --> 00:02:28,841 it hurts. Please. 60 00:02:28,843 --> 00:02:31,343 Please, Mommy, don't let them hit me again. 61 00:02:31,345 --> 00:02:33,178 Hey, guys. For real now. 62 00:02:33,180 --> 00:02:34,813 Mommy, please! 63 00:02:34,815 --> 00:02:37,082 Yo, seriously! She's not faking now! 64 00:02:37,084 --> 00:02:39,384 Hey, you want to go back there and tell 'em to shut up again? 65 00:02:39,386 --> 00:02:42,120 No. You shut 'em up. 66 00:02:42,122 --> 00:02:43,889 Buckle up. 67 00:02:43,891 --> 00:02:45,624 Guys, don't do this! 68 00:02:58,972 --> 00:03:01,440 This lady's out! Stop! 69 00:03:01,442 --> 00:03:03,808 Stop the van, man! Stop! 70 00:03:12,418 --> 00:03:16,287 Yo, how did everybody do on the game theory question? 71 00:03:16,289 --> 00:03:18,422 - Beasted on it. - Well, what do you expect? 72 00:03:18,424 --> 00:03:20,524 His mom's a teacher, and his dad's a sponsor. 73 00:03:20,526 --> 00:03:21,892 Nobody gave me the answers. 74 00:03:21,894 --> 00:03:23,961 Whatever. Hey, who's up 75 00:03:23,963 --> 00:03:26,830 for chilling at my mom's with some Call to War 2 on the Xbox? 76 00:03:26,832 --> 00:03:28,765 So lame. 3's about to come out. 77 00:03:28,767 --> 00:03:30,720 Hey, guys, I'll catch up to you later! 78 00:03:30,744 --> 00:03:31,436 What's up? 79 00:03:31,437 --> 00:03:32,733 Just got to take care of something! 80 00:03:32,757 --> 00:03:34,306 All right. Later, G. 81 00:03:34,307 --> 00:03:36,840 Really, Anthony? You're pulling me out of a meeting? 82 00:03:36,842 --> 00:03:39,542 Come down to the scene of a traffic accident? 83 00:03:39,544 --> 00:03:41,211 You need to see what happened here. 84 00:03:41,213 --> 00:03:44,514 Looks like more of a job for Highway Patrol. 85 00:03:44,516 --> 00:03:46,817 Yeah, well, this is the private prison van that was supposed 86 00:03:46,819 --> 00:03:49,753 to be bringing up the witness for our big fraud trial. 87 00:03:49,755 --> 00:03:51,354 You mean the one that was in custody in Florida, 88 00:03:51,356 --> 00:03:53,456 Kenny Becker? Yeah, Kenny was in the van 89 00:03:53,458 --> 00:03:56,192 when it got T-boned going through the intersection. 90 00:03:56,194 --> 00:03:58,528 It was carrying a bunch of other prisoners getting picked up 91 00:03:58,530 --> 00:04:01,197 and dropped off all along the Eastern Seaboard. 92 00:04:01,199 --> 00:04:02,465 So where's Kenny? 93 00:04:02,467 --> 00:04:05,101 We're sorting through all the IDs, 94 00:04:05,103 --> 00:04:06,269 trying to figure it out. 95 00:04:06,271 --> 00:04:09,939 Got at least four injured, one escaped. 96 00:04:12,476 --> 00:04:13,542 And throw in 97 00:04:13,544 --> 00:04:14,744 one D.O.A. 98 00:04:14,746 --> 00:04:16,278 So our witness is in the wind 99 00:04:16,280 --> 00:04:18,114 and we have no way of tracking him? 100 00:04:18,116 --> 00:04:22,084 That's how it goes when you travel economy. 101 00:04:26,524 --> 00:04:28,457 Why am I not getting any information?! 102 00:04:28,459 --> 00:04:31,893 I have a right to know! I have a right! 103 00:04:31,895 --> 00:04:34,095 You show me! Tell me who is in charge here! 104 00:04:34,097 --> 00:04:35,864 - Is that Potter? - That's him. 105 00:04:35,866 --> 00:04:37,999 The hell is he doing? Take it easy. 106 00:04:38,001 --> 00:04:40,264 - Take it easy? - What is going on here?! 107 00:04:40,265 --> 00:04:41,678 Our job's not hard enough without this guy 108 00:04:41,679 --> 00:04:44,946 screwing up our crime scene and making our life more difficult? 109 00:04:44,948 --> 00:04:47,982 The victim's his son, Michael Potter. 15 years old. 110 00:04:47,984 --> 00:04:50,152 Three shots at close range. 111 00:04:50,154 --> 00:04:52,720 That is my son! 112 00:04:52,722 --> 00:04:55,271 Oh, my God. Somebody, you tell me, you tell me! 113 00:04:55,295 --> 00:04:56,052 What do we know? 114 00:04:56,053 --> 00:04:58,486 No witnesses to the attack. Looks like he was taking 115 00:04:58,488 --> 00:05:00,788 a shortcut through this lot to get home. 116 00:05:00,790 --> 00:05:03,124 The boy was an honor student at Crispus Attucks High School. 117 00:05:03,126 --> 00:05:04,159 Supposed to be 118 00:05:04,161 --> 00:05:05,960 on his way home from a math contest. 119 00:05:05,962 --> 00:05:07,662 Was it a robbery? What? 120 00:05:07,664 --> 00:05:09,264 His cell phone was still in his backpack. 121 00:05:09,266 --> 00:05:10,798 Cash was still in his wallet. 122 00:05:10,800 --> 00:05:13,834 Maybe he resisted? But three shots 123 00:05:13,836 --> 00:05:15,402 is a lot for a robbery. 124 00:05:15,404 --> 00:05:18,005 Talk to me! 125 00:05:19,909 --> 00:05:21,709 Is it true? 126 00:05:21,711 --> 00:05:25,512 Is it true? Is it true? 127 00:05:25,514 --> 00:05:26,681 No, is it true? 128 00:05:26,683 --> 00:05:28,449 No! 129 00:05:29,819 --> 00:05:30,818 Let go of me. 130 00:05:30,820 --> 00:05:32,352 Let go of me. No. Baby, calm down! 131 00:05:32,354 --> 00:05:35,789 No, I need to see him! No! 132 00:05:35,791 --> 00:05:38,459 My son! 133 00:05:38,461 --> 00:05:40,427 I have to see my son! No! 134 00:05:40,429 --> 00:05:42,696 That's my boy, Reagan! 135 00:05:42,698 --> 00:05:45,132 That's my boy in that dirt right there! 136 00:05:45,134 --> 00:05:49,069 Reagan, you better do this right! That's my son! 137 00:05:54,186 --> 00:05:58,186 ? Blue Bloods 7x10 ? Unbearable Loss Original Air Date on December 9, 2 138 00:05:58,210 --> 00:06:05,010 == sync, corrected by elderman == @elder_man 139 00:06:40,544 --> 00:06:42,043 Reverend. 140 00:06:42,045 --> 00:06:43,211 Commissioner. 141 00:06:43,213 --> 00:06:45,813 I'm so sorry for your loss. 142 00:06:45,815 --> 00:06:48,783 I'm still waiting for it to sink in. 143 00:06:48,785 --> 00:06:51,620 I'm not sure what I'll do when it does. 144 00:06:51,622 --> 00:06:55,156 You'll try to deal, help the others to deal. 145 00:06:55,158 --> 00:06:57,925 Not sure I have it in me. 146 00:06:57,927 --> 00:06:59,393 Did you? 147 00:06:59,395 --> 00:07:01,162 When you lost your son? 148 00:07:04,567 --> 00:07:06,834 Off and on. 149 00:07:06,836 --> 00:07:10,504 Michael was our only child. 150 00:07:10,506 --> 00:07:12,906 We always kept him off the streets. But maybe 151 00:07:12,908 --> 00:07:16,377 we tried too hard and-and left him unprepared... 152 00:07:16,379 --> 00:07:18,245 You can't... 153 00:07:18,247 --> 00:07:20,281 you can't blame yourself. 154 00:07:20,283 --> 00:07:22,015 Yeah. 155 00:07:22,017 --> 00:07:23,917 So you still don't have anything? 156 00:07:23,919 --> 00:07:26,220 Not yet. But we will soon. 157 00:07:26,222 --> 00:07:27,721 You're certain of that? 158 00:07:28,557 --> 00:07:30,223 I have faith. 159 00:07:30,225 --> 00:07:32,793 I ask you to. 160 00:07:35,530 --> 00:07:38,431 I know we've had our differences. 161 00:07:38,433 --> 00:07:39,966 With good reason. We both want 162 00:07:39,968 --> 00:07:43,236 exactly the same thing right now. 163 00:07:44,539 --> 00:07:46,972 If there's anything my office can do 164 00:07:46,974 --> 00:07:49,242 to help you or your family... 165 00:07:49,244 --> 00:07:54,880 Just find the son of a bitch that killed my boy. 166 00:08:07,128 --> 00:08:09,228 Lois. 167 00:08:14,102 --> 00:08:16,836 I'm so sorry. 168 00:08:29,583 --> 00:08:31,550 Any sign of Kenny? 169 00:08:31,552 --> 00:08:32,718 Not yet. 170 00:08:32,720 --> 00:08:34,585 We ID'd all the other prisoners. 171 00:08:34,587 --> 00:08:36,387 He must have escaped from the wreck. 172 00:08:36,389 --> 00:08:38,470 You want to go with me when I have to tell the judge? 173 00:08:38,557 --> 00:08:39,651 Erin, there's something else. 174 00:08:39,675 --> 00:08:41,127 Worse than losing 175 00:08:41,128 --> 00:08:43,594 your key witness right before a trial? 176 00:08:43,596 --> 00:08:46,330 The female prisoner dead at the scene? 177 00:08:46,332 --> 00:08:47,565 Her injuries aren't consistent 178 00:08:47,567 --> 00:08:49,433 with being caused by the accident. 179 00:08:49,435 --> 00:08:50,534 What, like she was beaten? 180 00:08:50,536 --> 00:08:52,270 I thought all the prisoners were handcuffed. 181 00:08:52,272 --> 00:08:54,472 Something's off here, I'm telling you. 182 00:08:54,474 --> 00:08:56,807 That's Rick Wolf, Sr. 183 00:08:56,809 --> 00:08:58,609 It's his private transport company. 184 00:08:58,611 --> 00:09:00,278 His son was in the front of the van. 185 00:09:00,280 --> 00:09:01,912 Senior flew up from business meetings 186 00:09:01,914 --> 00:09:03,046 in D.C. 187 00:09:03,048 --> 00:09:04,248 to deal with this. Look, 188 00:09:04,250 --> 00:09:05,182 not our problem. 189 00:09:05,184 --> 00:09:07,284 We just need to find Kenny Becker. 190 00:09:07,286 --> 00:09:09,519 This must be Ms. Reagan from the D.A.'s office. 191 00:09:09,521 --> 00:09:11,388 And I thought all the good-looking prosecutors 192 00:09:11,390 --> 00:09:12,555 were down south. 193 00:09:12,557 --> 00:09:14,091 Lucky them. 194 00:09:14,093 --> 00:09:15,425 Touché. 195 00:09:15,427 --> 00:09:19,096 I'm concerned with finding our missing witness. 196 00:09:19,098 --> 00:09:21,999 Yeah, that Kenny, he's a greased pig, all right. 197 00:09:22,001 --> 00:09:24,734 Just waltzed away from the scene with his hands cuffed. 198 00:09:24,736 --> 00:09:26,068 But it's New York. 199 00:09:26,070 --> 00:09:28,004 I guess you people are used to seeing things like that. 200 00:09:28,006 --> 00:09:30,540 I'm gonna need to interview the other prisoners 201 00:09:30,542 --> 00:09:32,776 you were transporting. How would that be helpful? 202 00:09:32,778 --> 00:09:33,976 Well, they were 203 00:09:33,978 --> 00:09:36,313 all together. Our witness may have dropped a clue 204 00:09:36,315 --> 00:09:38,247 as to where he was headed. I have a contract 205 00:09:38,249 --> 00:09:40,582 to drop these prisoners in five different jurisdictions 206 00:09:40,584 --> 00:09:41,546 in the next 24 hours. 207 00:09:41,548 --> 00:09:42,583 Well, we wouldn't take that long. 208 00:09:42,584 --> 00:09:45,923 If you call up the local prosecutors once we've dropped 'em off, 209 00:09:45,924 --> 00:09:47,924 I'm sure they could hook you up. 210 00:09:49,160 --> 00:09:51,794 Thank you for your help. 211 00:09:51,796 --> 00:09:53,129 Happy to oblige. 212 00:09:53,131 --> 00:09:55,597 Uh, next time I'm in town, 213 00:09:55,599 --> 00:09:57,433 what say we grab a cocktail? 214 00:10:07,077 --> 00:10:09,244 I've been looking everywhere for you. 215 00:10:09,246 --> 00:10:10,779 Oh, good. 216 00:10:13,283 --> 00:10:14,850 You're gonna be cleared, you know. 217 00:10:14,852 --> 00:10:16,885 Says who? 218 00:10:16,887 --> 00:10:19,354 He pulled a knife, he grabbed for your gun. 219 00:10:19,356 --> 00:10:21,923 You had every reason to fear for your life. End of story. 220 00:10:21,925 --> 00:10:24,159 Actually, I thought he grabbed for my gun. 221 00:10:24,161 --> 00:10:25,393 The way my shirt ripped, 222 00:10:25,395 --> 00:10:27,362 it might have just got caught. So maybe, 223 00:10:27,364 --> 00:10:29,764 not the end of the story. 224 00:10:29,766 --> 00:10:31,799 Well, it was his choice to try to rob someone. 225 00:10:31,801 --> 00:10:33,568 And his bad luck it just happened to be a cop. 226 00:10:33,570 --> 00:10:35,503 Yeah, and my bad luck that... 227 00:10:35,505 --> 00:10:37,338 his father happened to be a captain 228 00:10:37,340 --> 00:10:40,241 with the state police and ex-NYPD. 229 00:10:42,412 --> 00:10:43,911 Hey. 230 00:10:45,915 --> 00:10:49,716 What's eating you is the kid's father's a cop, just like yours. 231 00:10:49,718 --> 00:10:52,853 He was headed to an Ivy League school, just like you did. 232 00:10:52,855 --> 00:10:55,589 So why's that kid on the wrong end of your gun? 233 00:10:56,893 --> 00:10:59,059 What's eating me... 234 00:11:00,396 --> 00:11:02,529 ...is I'm not harder to find 235 00:11:02,531 --> 00:11:04,765 when I'm trying to be hard to find. 236 00:11:14,510 --> 00:11:15,876 Yeah, what time was that that it happened, huh? 237 00:11:17,145 --> 00:11:18,845 Yeah? 238 00:11:18,847 --> 00:11:21,014 You need to be part of this conversation. 239 00:11:23,351 --> 00:11:24,951 You sit tight. 240 00:11:27,055 --> 00:11:28,714 - Detective. -Reverend. 241 00:11:28,715 --> 00:11:30,288 You know Ed Shabazz from my security team. 242 00:11:30,312 --> 00:11:31,170 Of course. 243 00:11:31,171 --> 00:11:32,951 - He used to be with your department. - Mm-hmm. 244 00:11:32,952 --> 00:11:34,919 We've brought a suspect in for you. 245 00:11:37,937 --> 00:11:39,007 You did what? 246 00:11:39,008 --> 00:11:41,795 We found this individual selling video games on a blanket 247 00:11:41,895 --> 00:11:43,794 outside the organization's community center. 248 00:11:43,796 --> 00:11:45,897 We traced the serial numbers. 249 00:11:45,899 --> 00:11:48,099 Same video games my son had just bought with our credit card. 250 00:11:48,101 --> 00:11:50,868 That's great detective work, but tell me something. 251 00:11:50,870 --> 00:11:52,936 Why does this man look like he was beaten? 252 00:11:54,306 --> 00:11:55,472 He fell on the way here. 253 00:11:55,474 --> 00:11:56,973 He fell on what, your fist? 254 00:11:57,810 --> 00:11:58,876 What's your name, sir? 255 00:11:58,878 --> 00:12:00,911 I go by Sh-Shoo Fly. 256 00:12:00,913 --> 00:12:03,179 These men, did they tune you up? 257 00:12:04,149 --> 00:12:06,583 I'm not saying nothing. 258 00:12:06,585 --> 00:12:09,352 Except that I found those games in the trash. 259 00:12:09,354 --> 00:12:11,187 You didn't find a gun in there, too, did you? 260 00:12:11,189 --> 00:12:13,656 No. Just the games. 261 00:12:13,658 --> 00:12:14,824 It's unbelievable. You people complain 262 00:12:14,826 --> 00:12:15,959 about police brutality, 263 00:12:15,961 --> 00:12:17,127 and then you go and do this? 264 00:12:17,129 --> 00:12:18,895 You watch who you call ?you people.? 265 00:12:18,897 --> 00:12:20,130 Oh, pardon me, you. 266 00:12:20,132 --> 00:12:21,298 You want us to do everything 267 00:12:21,300 --> 00:12:23,433 by the book-- this ain't in our book. 268 00:12:23,435 --> 00:12:25,701 This isn't even part of your good book, Reverend. 269 00:12:25,703 --> 00:12:27,169 We just brought you a suspect. 270 00:12:27,171 --> 00:12:28,771 If you are serious about solving this case, 271 00:12:28,773 --> 00:12:30,606 you'd at least question him. 272 00:12:30,608 --> 00:12:33,342 I can't talk to him because he got tuned up. 273 00:12:33,344 --> 00:12:35,377 That means everything he says is tainted now. 274 00:12:37,348 --> 00:12:39,749 Look. I get what you're trying to do here, okay? 275 00:12:39,751 --> 00:12:40,983 And I understand how you feel. 276 00:12:40,985 --> 00:12:43,218 Really? Are you making arrangements 277 00:12:43,220 --> 00:12:45,421 to bury one of your own children? 278 00:12:48,725 --> 00:12:50,859 I'm gonna talk to the reverend for a second, okay? 279 00:12:50,861 --> 00:12:53,095 Come on. 280 00:12:57,268 --> 00:12:59,468 The lab results came back. 281 00:12:59,470 --> 00:13:00,969 They found a little bit of marijuana 282 00:13:00,971 --> 00:13:02,270 in your son's system. 283 00:13:02,272 --> 00:13:03,772 We're trying to find out who the hell sold it to him. 284 00:13:03,774 --> 00:13:05,574 My son was a straight-A student. 285 00:13:05,576 --> 00:13:07,676 Never touched a drug in his life. 286 00:13:07,678 --> 00:13:09,678 Look. I have a boy your son's age. They grow up fast. 287 00:13:09,680 --> 00:13:11,746 Maybe you just didn't know him as well as you thought you did. 288 00:13:11,748 --> 00:13:14,082 Are you seriously trying to paint him as a drug abuser? 289 00:13:14,084 --> 00:13:16,050 Absolutely not. I never said that. 290 00:13:16,052 --> 00:13:18,886 When your father gave me his assurances, 291 00:13:18,888 --> 00:13:20,688 I thought I could work with you people. 292 00:13:20,690 --> 00:13:22,323 Watch who you call ?you people.? 293 00:13:22,325 --> 00:13:24,859 You! Detective Reagan. 294 00:13:24,861 --> 00:13:27,128 And I'm gonna demand that you be taken off of this case. 295 00:13:27,130 --> 00:13:30,998 You don't get to choose who catches what case, Reverend. 296 00:13:31,000 --> 00:13:33,233 There's too much bad faith here. 297 00:13:33,235 --> 00:13:35,435 I am going to call the governor, 298 00:13:35,437 --> 00:13:37,437 and have him appoint a special prosecutor 299 00:13:37,439 --> 00:13:38,806 to take this case over. 300 00:13:38,808 --> 00:13:40,975 You're making a mistake. 301 00:13:40,977 --> 00:13:42,710 I don't have a right to express my opinion? 302 00:13:42,712 --> 00:13:44,277 Of course you have a right to express your opinion, 303 00:13:44,279 --> 00:13:46,213 but it's better if we work together. 304 00:13:46,215 --> 00:13:48,148 We're out of here. 305 00:13:48,150 --> 00:13:50,150 If they can't give us justice here, 306 00:13:50,152 --> 00:13:53,253 we're gonna go find it somewhere else. 307 00:14:04,781 --> 00:14:07,382 I know that. People hear ?special prosecutor,? 308 00:14:07,384 --> 00:14:10,051 what they really hear is cops screwed it up. 309 00:14:10,053 --> 00:14:11,887 - But look at the source. - I am. 310 00:14:11,889 --> 00:14:13,721 Potter's called for a special prosecutor on parking tickets. 311 00:14:13,723 --> 00:14:15,190 I know his playbook. 312 00:14:15,192 --> 00:14:15,673 Then we got... 313 00:14:15,697 --> 00:14:17,292 Come on, Sid, we know what you're gonna say. 314 00:14:17,293 --> 00:14:17,991 What am I gonna say? 315 00:14:18,015 --> 00:14:20,095 ?Boss. We can't let our critics dictate terms to us.? 316 00:14:20,997 --> 00:14:22,296 Well, I'd be right. 317 00:14:22,298 --> 00:14:24,465 Garrett, this isn't just an image problem for us. 318 00:14:24,467 --> 00:14:26,501 There is a practical problem as well. 319 00:14:26,503 --> 00:14:28,068 That's right. The investigation 320 00:14:28,070 --> 00:14:29,937 is stalling out because the community 321 00:14:29,939 --> 00:14:31,739 has stopped cooperating. 322 00:14:31,741 --> 00:14:34,237 They're buying into when Potter says we can't be trusted. 323 00:14:34,261 --> 00:14:34,776 Which is why 324 00:14:34,777 --> 00:14:36,576 we have to get him back on our side publicly. 325 00:14:36,578 --> 00:14:39,880 And immediately. The longer we let this case go on, 326 00:14:39,882 --> 00:14:41,581 the more it's gonna cost us in the long run. 327 00:14:41,583 --> 00:14:43,117 So, what, we bow down 328 00:14:43,119 --> 00:14:44,484 to Potter just because he's on 329 00:14:44,486 --> 00:14:46,486 the megaphone once again? 330 00:14:46,488 --> 00:14:49,022 But in this case, he is using it 331 00:14:49,024 --> 00:14:51,391 as a man who lost his only son. 332 00:14:51,393 --> 00:14:55,094 That is different in the worst way. 333 00:14:55,096 --> 00:14:56,396 I don't think 334 00:14:56,398 --> 00:15:00,434 he should get a hall pass just because he lost his son. 335 00:15:00,436 --> 00:15:03,036 So do we placate him by turning the case over 336 00:15:03,038 --> 00:15:05,338 to a special prosecutor? 337 00:15:06,207 --> 00:15:09,809 We're not turning it over to anyone. 338 00:15:16,851 --> 00:15:18,684 You're Janko? 339 00:15:18,686 --> 00:15:20,320 Yeah. Can I help you? 340 00:15:20,322 --> 00:15:21,687 I understand you're Officer Reagan's partner. 341 00:15:21,689 --> 00:15:24,089 I'd like a word with you about the shooting by the park. 342 00:15:24,091 --> 00:15:25,825 You one of the investigators? 343 00:15:25,827 --> 00:15:27,993 It was my son who got shot. 344 00:15:27,995 --> 00:15:31,964 Uh, I really don't think I should be talking to you. 345 00:15:31,966 --> 00:15:33,332 Is there something I need to hear about what happened? 346 00:15:33,334 --> 00:15:36,168 You're a state police captain, and you know the drill. 347 00:15:36,170 --> 00:15:37,336 They got him on the ward at Bellevue 348 00:15:37,338 --> 00:15:38,971 with a bullet in his abdomen. 349 00:15:38,973 --> 00:15:41,039 You know, I hope he pulls through. 350 00:15:41,041 --> 00:15:42,140 He will. 351 00:15:42,142 --> 00:15:44,576 But I'd like a word with Reagan. You know, 352 00:15:44,578 --> 00:15:47,012 he's just gonna tell you exactly the same thing I just told you. 353 00:15:47,014 --> 00:15:49,181 You just let him know I'm looking for him. 354 00:15:49,183 --> 00:15:51,216 Here's my card. 355 00:15:59,693 --> 00:16:01,893 My investigators told me that you have information 356 00:16:01,895 --> 00:16:03,060 on a murder. 357 00:16:03,062 --> 00:16:04,295 Saw it with my own eyes. 358 00:16:04,297 --> 00:16:05,897 I'm listening. They picked up 359 00:16:05,899 --> 00:16:07,866 a bunch of us for transport, 360 00:16:07,868 --> 00:16:11,002 threw us in the back of a filthy van like we were animals, 361 00:16:11,004 --> 00:16:13,104 and starved us for 1,200 miles. 362 00:16:13,106 --> 00:16:14,705 They wouldn't let us use the bathroom. 363 00:16:14,707 --> 00:16:16,640 They wouldn't give this Katy her meds. 364 00:16:16,642 --> 00:16:18,009 And when we complained, 365 00:16:18,011 --> 00:16:20,511 they took us for a rough ride. 366 00:16:20,513 --> 00:16:23,214 It's not necessarily a murder case. 367 00:16:23,216 --> 00:16:26,450 Then what about this? 368 00:16:26,452 --> 00:16:29,319 When Katy started acting out again, 369 00:16:29,321 --> 00:16:32,589 they stopped the van, took the cuffs off... 370 00:16:36,261 --> 00:16:38,829 They encouraged the other prisoners to beat on her. 371 00:16:38,831 --> 00:16:41,231 You know as well as I do that that woman didn't die 372 00:16:41,233 --> 00:16:43,500 from being in a traffic accident. 373 00:16:43,502 --> 00:16:45,301 And you're willing to testify to that? 374 00:16:45,303 --> 00:16:48,438 So long as you get Florida to drop their charges against me. 375 00:16:48,440 --> 00:16:50,706 That's a heavy lift. 376 00:16:50,708 --> 00:16:53,076 Everyone down south knows about Big Rick Wolf 377 00:16:53,078 --> 00:16:54,577 and his murder vans. 378 00:16:54,579 --> 00:16:56,612 This isn't the first time they've had someone die 379 00:16:56,614 --> 00:16:57,780 in custody. 380 00:16:57,782 --> 00:16:59,949 And they've gotten away with it. 381 00:17:00,785 --> 00:17:03,385 Because everyone's making money 382 00:17:03,387 --> 00:17:05,320 or they're too scared to talk. 383 00:17:05,322 --> 00:17:08,758 But I've got nothing to lose. 384 00:17:08,760 --> 00:17:12,127 Except prison time. 385 00:17:21,705 --> 00:17:23,672 Seriously, Darnell? 386 00:17:23,674 --> 00:17:25,840 You invited the governor to sit with us 387 00:17:25,842 --> 00:17:27,776 at the funeral? Listen to me, 388 00:17:27,778 --> 00:17:30,612 I'm trying to get him to appoint a special prosecutor. 389 00:17:30,614 --> 00:17:33,949 Darnell, this is the service for our son. 390 00:17:33,951 --> 00:17:35,550 Yes, it is. 391 00:17:35,552 --> 00:17:38,519 I'm trying to get these people to recognize his humanity 392 00:17:38,521 --> 00:17:40,021 and-and our loss 393 00:17:40,023 --> 00:17:41,456 and take a stand. 394 00:17:41,458 --> 00:17:43,692 A funeral is a time for us to come together 395 00:17:43,694 --> 00:17:45,827 and grieve, Darnell. 396 00:17:46,697 --> 00:17:49,564 Michael's death has to mean something. 397 00:17:49,566 --> 00:17:51,699 It means something! It means everything! 398 00:17:51,701 --> 00:17:53,834 We don't need a special prosecutor 399 00:17:53,836 --> 00:17:55,936 to tell us what it means! 400 00:17:55,938 --> 00:17:58,005 You think that that boy doesn't mean the world to me? 401 00:17:58,007 --> 00:18:00,641 You think that my heart is not broken like yours? 402 00:18:00,643 --> 00:18:03,744 Because if you don't know that, Lois, you don't know me at all. 403 00:18:07,016 --> 00:18:08,448 Excuse me, Reverend. 404 00:18:08,450 --> 00:18:09,750 You've got company. 405 00:18:09,752 --> 00:18:12,886 Not now. Please. I should tell Reagan 406 00:18:12,888 --> 00:18:14,855 to wait or come back later? 407 00:18:27,336 --> 00:18:30,303 I realize this isn't a good time. 408 00:18:30,305 --> 00:18:32,805 There are no more good times anymore. Say your piece. 409 00:18:32,807 --> 00:18:35,308 We need to turn the heat down on the rhetoric 410 00:18:35,310 --> 00:18:37,344 and recognize we have a common goal. 411 00:18:37,346 --> 00:18:39,379 Just different ways of achieving that goal. 412 00:18:39,381 --> 00:18:41,668 My officers do not discriminate among victims. 413 00:18:41,669 --> 00:18:45,118 I don't know what's more amazing-- your gall in showing up here 414 00:18:45,120 --> 00:18:47,253 or the fact that you can say that with a straight face. 415 00:18:47,255 --> 00:18:49,822 But I do have the gall and the straight face. 416 00:18:49,824 --> 00:18:52,458 I also have the manpower and the expertise 417 00:18:52,460 --> 00:18:54,694 to catch your son's killer. 418 00:18:54,696 --> 00:18:56,062 You do not have either. 419 00:18:56,064 --> 00:18:57,916 And the sooner you accept that... 420 00:18:57,917 --> 00:18:59,431 The sooner I play the fool. 421 00:18:59,433 --> 00:19:00,699 We cannot do our job 422 00:19:00,701 --> 00:19:03,569 if you and your people are acting like vigilantes. 423 00:19:03,571 --> 00:19:04,736 So you're putting all this on my shoulders? 424 00:19:04,738 --> 00:19:06,238 400 years of institutional racism 425 00:19:06,240 --> 00:19:07,806 and it is my fault... Please. 426 00:19:07,808 --> 00:19:09,308 ...that the police can't be trusted? 427 00:19:09,310 --> 00:19:12,130 None of this is helping to get Michael's killer. 428 00:19:12,131 --> 00:19:14,746 Your son even tried to imply that my child was responsible 429 00:19:14,748 --> 00:19:17,348 for the circumstances of his own death. 430 00:19:18,076 --> 00:19:19,755 That is not what he was saying. 431 00:19:19,756 --> 00:19:23,856 I didn't see anybody spreading rumors when your family was in pain. 432 00:19:24,658 --> 00:19:27,425 There really is no talking to you. 433 00:19:27,427 --> 00:19:29,694 Even now. 434 00:19:29,696 --> 00:19:31,896 Then get off my damn porch. 435 00:19:33,466 --> 00:19:35,433 That's what I like to see. 436 00:19:35,435 --> 00:19:37,935 A dedicated public servant working, 437 00:19:37,937 --> 00:19:39,837 burning the candle at both ends. 438 00:19:39,839 --> 00:19:41,739 ?It will not last the night; 439 00:19:41,741 --> 00:19:44,475 ?But ah, my foes, and oh, my friends-- 440 00:19:44,477 --> 00:19:46,476 It gives a lovely light.? 441 00:19:46,478 --> 00:19:48,478 Your office just served my company with a subpoena, 442 00:19:48,480 --> 00:19:50,514 Ms. Reagan. Mind telling me what that's about? 443 00:19:50,516 --> 00:19:52,249 Well, you shouldn't be too surprised. 444 00:19:52,251 --> 00:19:54,518 A prisoner died in your custody within the confines 445 00:19:54,520 --> 00:19:56,087 of New York County. That poor woman 446 00:19:56,089 --> 00:19:58,422 was not in the best of health. Her records will show that. 447 00:19:58,424 --> 00:20:00,290 Records show she shouldn't have been in the van 448 00:20:00,292 --> 00:20:01,258 in the first place. 449 00:20:01,260 --> 00:20:03,360 That warrant was vacated months ago. 450 00:20:03,362 --> 00:20:05,195 That lady was no angel, believe me. 451 00:20:05,197 --> 00:20:06,396 You see her arms? 452 00:20:06,398 --> 00:20:08,332 Rick, let's not get into the weeds. 453 00:20:08,334 --> 00:20:11,101 Let's just say we did what we're paid to do. 454 00:20:11,103 --> 00:20:12,902 Great. Then you shouldn't have any problem 455 00:20:12,904 --> 00:20:15,372 opening your files and letting us review your records. 456 00:20:15,374 --> 00:20:16,740 If you go up 457 00:20:16,742 --> 00:20:19,609 against us, all your witnesses will be low-life lawbreakers. 458 00:20:19,611 --> 00:20:22,178 Choirboys rarely witness major crimes. 459 00:20:22,180 --> 00:20:25,048 But look who you're bringing to the dance. 460 00:20:26,618 --> 00:20:29,152 Kenny Becker? Did you know that when 461 00:20:29,154 --> 00:20:30,553 we picked him up in Florida, 462 00:20:30,555 --> 00:20:32,655 he was already in custody there for another crime? 463 00:20:32,657 --> 00:20:36,292 Yes, he was charged in connection with a home invasion. 464 00:20:36,294 --> 00:20:37,960 But did you know that the old lady 465 00:20:37,962 --> 00:20:39,961 his partner tied up in that house just died? 466 00:20:39,963 --> 00:20:41,129 That makes Kenny 467 00:20:41,131 --> 00:20:42,797 an accessory to murder. 468 00:20:42,799 --> 00:20:44,599 Son, what do you think the odds are 469 00:20:44,601 --> 00:20:46,801 that a jury will take his word over ours? 470 00:20:46,803 --> 00:20:48,136 Not good. 471 00:20:48,138 --> 00:20:50,071 Ask yourself, is it worth it? You're gonna let 472 00:20:50,073 --> 00:20:53,341 a murderer go free so you can persecute people 473 00:20:53,343 --> 00:20:57,478 who provide a valuable service to law enforcement nationwide? 474 00:21:17,599 --> 00:21:21,033 Detective Reagan... is this the suspect? 475 00:21:21,035 --> 00:21:22,601 Why don't you get him out of here? 476 00:21:22,603 --> 00:21:24,436 I'll put him in the juvenile room and make some calls. 477 00:21:24,438 --> 00:21:25,738 Mm-hmm. We heard 478 00:21:25,740 --> 00:21:27,539 you picked up somebody using my son's credit card. 479 00:21:27,541 --> 00:21:28,447 Maybe. 480 00:21:28,448 --> 00:21:30,093 What's going on? I'm entitled to know. 481 00:21:30,245 --> 00:21:32,745 Oh, now you want it to be a two-way street? 482 00:21:32,747 --> 00:21:34,546 Suddenly you want to share information? 483 00:21:34,548 --> 00:21:35,814 Reagan, come on! 484 00:21:35,816 --> 00:21:37,316 Hey, you take a hike. 485 00:21:39,587 --> 00:21:43,355 We have information that a gang is targeting young kids 486 00:21:43,357 --> 00:21:45,424 coming out of a video game store. 487 00:21:45,426 --> 00:21:47,693 Same video game store that your son was visiting. 488 00:21:47,695 --> 00:21:50,028 So you're gonna question this young man you just brought in? 489 00:21:50,030 --> 00:21:51,496 He's 15, which means we can't 490 00:21:51,498 --> 00:21:53,498 until a parent or guardian comes down here. 491 00:21:53,500 --> 00:21:55,633 Hey, break it up, will you? 492 00:21:55,635 --> 00:21:58,003 Get out of here. There's nothing to see. 493 00:21:58,005 --> 00:22:00,105 You always manage to find 494 00:22:00,107 --> 00:22:02,240 a way around it. Why not this time? 495 00:22:02,242 --> 00:22:04,009 Maybe you want me to find a way around it now 496 00:22:04,011 --> 00:22:05,643 because it has to do with your son. Is that it? 497 00:22:05,645 --> 00:22:07,279 You're enjoying this, aren't you? 498 00:22:07,281 --> 00:22:10,481 No, I'm not enjoying this in the least, believe me. 499 00:22:10,483 --> 00:22:11,683 Payback, huh? 500 00:22:11,685 --> 00:22:13,117 For all those times that I 501 00:22:13,119 --> 00:22:15,753 called you out for violating rights in my community! 502 00:22:15,755 --> 00:22:17,588 You want to know the truth, Reverend? 503 00:22:17,590 --> 00:22:19,223 Most people 504 00:22:19,225 --> 00:22:21,793 come down off their high horse when they need something. 505 00:22:21,795 --> 00:22:24,829 But not you. You've stayed right up where you always are, 506 00:22:24,831 --> 00:22:27,965 and believe it or not, I have so much more respect for you 507 00:22:27,967 --> 00:22:31,468 for doing that than if you'd flip and act different. 508 00:22:31,470 --> 00:22:35,172 I hope to God that you're never where I am right now. 509 00:22:35,174 --> 00:22:39,009 Me, too. But right now, I'm a voice for your son, 510 00:22:39,011 --> 00:22:41,778 and if you want to help me find who did this to him, 511 00:22:41,780 --> 00:22:44,781 you got to work with us, not against us. 512 00:22:53,359 --> 00:22:56,993 Oh. The 18 in selected 513 00:22:56,995 --> 00:22:59,262 sherry oak casks. 514 00:22:59,264 --> 00:23:00,930 Are we celebrating, 515 00:23:00,932 --> 00:23:03,399 or should I be worried that you've gone on the pad? 516 00:23:03,401 --> 00:23:05,768 That's one thing I haven't been accused of. 517 00:23:05,770 --> 00:23:09,906 I thought that shooting team gave you a clean slate. 518 00:23:09,908 --> 00:23:11,741 They did. 519 00:23:11,743 --> 00:23:13,076 All good on that end. 520 00:23:13,078 --> 00:23:16,011 The kid I shot... 521 00:23:16,013 --> 00:23:18,447 his father's a captain with the state police. 522 00:23:18,449 --> 00:23:19,915 Ex-NYPD. 523 00:23:19,917 --> 00:23:21,650 Makes it worse somehow, huh? 524 00:23:21,652 --> 00:23:25,087 Also got word from my partner that he wants to see me. 525 00:23:26,891 --> 00:23:28,758 Sounded pretty worked up. Oh, you can't meet 526 00:23:28,760 --> 00:23:30,192 with the parent of the defendant 527 00:23:30,194 --> 00:23:31,927 you're gonna have to testify against. 528 00:23:31,929 --> 00:23:33,695 Case is closed. Kid took the plea. 529 00:23:33,697 --> 00:23:34,642 Yeah? 530 00:23:34,666 --> 00:23:36,532 Maybe he'll get off drugs in prison. 531 00:23:36,533 --> 00:23:38,867 That's why he tried to rob you-- drug money? 532 00:23:38,869 --> 00:23:41,669 Yeah, apparently, he had a full ride on a lacrosse scholarship 533 00:23:41,671 --> 00:23:44,472 when he got injured and then became addicted to painkillers. 534 00:23:44,474 --> 00:23:46,941 Sad story. 535 00:23:50,380 --> 00:23:52,213 But it's not your sad story. 536 00:23:54,183 --> 00:23:56,851 Which is why I want to duck the dad. 537 00:23:56,853 --> 00:23:58,586 You're under no obligation. 538 00:23:58,588 --> 00:24:00,555 And there could still be a civil suit. 539 00:24:00,557 --> 00:24:03,757 I'm not worried about the civil suit, but... 540 00:24:03,759 --> 00:24:05,927 don't I have an obligation? 541 00:24:05,929 --> 00:24:07,261 As what? 542 00:24:07,263 --> 00:24:11,765 As a cop... to another cop. 543 00:24:14,670 --> 00:24:17,838 My first C.O. once told me 544 00:24:17,840 --> 00:24:20,674 that if there's a conversation you've been avoiding, 545 00:24:20,676 --> 00:24:25,145 then that's the one you need to have. 546 00:24:38,460 --> 00:24:40,360 Not so fast. 547 00:24:40,362 --> 00:24:42,963 Come to see us off, did you? 548 00:24:42,965 --> 00:24:44,497 Up here, they like 549 00:24:44,499 --> 00:24:46,032 to make damn sure you left town. 550 00:24:46,034 --> 00:24:48,268 That's called northern hospitality. 551 00:24:48,270 --> 00:24:50,503 We got another subpoena for you. 552 00:24:50,505 --> 00:24:51,537 Give me a break. 553 00:24:51,539 --> 00:24:52,772 Son, let's not be intolerant. 554 00:24:52,774 --> 00:24:53,973 These New Yorkers may not know 555 00:24:53,975 --> 00:24:55,240 how the rest of the country works. 556 00:24:55,242 --> 00:24:57,543 Well, unfortunately for you, you are in New York, 557 00:24:57,545 --> 00:24:59,144 and this is the way it works. 558 00:24:59,146 --> 00:25:03,148 Miss... was I not being clear enough before? 559 00:25:03,150 --> 00:25:05,985 We're leaving town and taking our prisoners with us. 560 00:25:05,987 --> 00:25:08,087 Oh, you were clear. It's just not happening. 561 00:25:08,089 --> 00:25:09,621 Well, it better be happening. 562 00:25:09,623 --> 00:25:12,557 I have to drop these prisoners in five different jurisdictions 563 00:25:12,559 --> 00:25:13,959 by the end of business today, 564 00:25:13,961 --> 00:25:16,761 and no subpoena for records is gonna change that. 565 00:25:16,763 --> 00:25:18,998 Well, we're done with subpoenas for you. 566 00:25:19,000 --> 00:25:21,800 Nah, this one's for you, kid. 567 00:25:21,802 --> 00:25:24,203 You were in the front of that van when the lady died. 568 00:25:24,205 --> 00:25:28,673 Unpack your bags. You ain't going nowhere. 569 00:25:39,219 --> 00:25:41,419 Reverend Potter, sir. 570 00:25:55,668 --> 00:25:58,102 Just you? 571 00:25:58,104 --> 00:26:00,470 Please. 572 00:26:00,472 --> 00:26:03,007 What I have to say isn't part of a bigger conversation. 573 00:26:03,009 --> 00:26:05,442 That'd be a first. 574 00:26:05,444 --> 00:26:08,712 And maybe a last, but this is just between us. 575 00:26:08,714 --> 00:26:10,614 Fine by me. 576 00:26:10,616 --> 00:26:13,951 I'm reconsidering my position vis-à-vis cooperation. 577 00:26:13,953 --> 00:26:15,685 In what way? 578 00:26:15,687 --> 00:26:18,321 I understand your detectives released the boy 579 00:26:18,323 --> 00:26:21,324 who had my son's credit card on recognizance. 580 00:26:21,326 --> 00:26:24,294 He will still be charged, but as you know, he is 15. 581 00:26:24,296 --> 00:26:26,696 And his parents bought a good enough lawyer. 582 00:26:26,698 --> 00:26:29,632 Protecting his rights... as they should. 583 00:26:31,236 --> 00:26:35,204 But I also realize that the more time that goes by, 584 00:26:35,206 --> 00:26:37,540 the harder it's going to be to catch my son's killer. 585 00:26:37,542 --> 00:26:39,308 48, to be exact. 586 00:26:39,310 --> 00:26:41,410 What's that? Hours. 587 00:26:41,412 --> 00:26:44,047 In our job, the odds crater after that. 588 00:26:51,255 --> 00:26:55,591 I'm asking our community to cooperate with the NYPD. 589 00:26:55,593 --> 00:26:57,960 Just this once? I have 590 00:26:57,962 --> 00:27:01,130 always said that there are good cops and bad cops. 591 00:27:01,132 --> 00:27:02,528 But a lot less about the good ones. 592 00:27:02,552 --> 00:27:03,800 You mind?! 593 00:27:03,801 --> 00:27:07,335 You're still preaching to your choir. I'm not in your choir. 594 00:27:09,172 --> 00:27:11,772 The cops can't do their jobs without us, 595 00:27:11,774 --> 00:27:16,077 and we can't keep the communities safe without them. 596 00:27:21,718 --> 00:27:24,018 At last. 597 00:27:24,020 --> 00:27:25,686 Oh, cut it out. 598 00:27:25,688 --> 00:27:29,823 This is more complicated than you'd admit to, and you know it. 599 00:27:29,825 --> 00:27:33,527 Let's just meet halfway. 600 00:27:37,500 --> 00:27:39,500 Okay. 601 00:27:39,502 --> 00:27:41,101 You're prepared to let my people 602 00:27:41,103 --> 00:27:43,069 do their job without interference? 603 00:27:43,071 --> 00:27:46,006 Yes. 604 00:27:46,008 --> 00:27:48,808 Then thank you. 605 00:27:50,712 --> 00:27:55,982 Darnell, we will bring your boy's murderer to justice. 606 00:27:55,984 --> 00:27:58,417 Then thank you. 607 00:28:27,977 --> 00:28:30,277 You're the guy who shot my son. 608 00:28:30,279 --> 00:28:31,311 Captain. 609 00:28:31,313 --> 00:28:32,546 Forget my rank. 610 00:28:32,548 --> 00:28:35,114 I'm not talking to you as a police officer. 611 00:28:41,256 --> 00:28:43,122 I'm guessing you want to talk about what happened? 612 00:28:43,124 --> 00:28:45,792 I know what happened. I read the report. 613 00:28:45,794 --> 00:28:47,627 Then I'm not sure what else to tell you. 614 00:28:47,629 --> 00:28:49,862 I did my job. I'm sorry that your son got hurt. 615 00:28:49,864 --> 00:28:51,698 You don't have any kids, do you? 616 00:28:51,700 --> 00:28:53,166 No, not yet. 617 00:28:53,168 --> 00:28:55,001 Want to make God laugh? 618 00:28:55,003 --> 00:28:57,269 Tell him your plans. 619 00:28:57,271 --> 00:28:59,072 Not sure I'm following you. 620 00:28:59,074 --> 00:29:02,274 I wasn't around much when Scottie was growing up. 621 00:29:02,276 --> 00:29:04,376 Then when I saw him going down 622 00:29:04,378 --> 00:29:06,378 a bad road with drugs, 623 00:29:06,380 --> 00:29:08,880 I tried tough love. 624 00:29:10,618 --> 00:29:13,985 But all I did was drive him away. 625 00:29:15,623 --> 00:29:18,724 So I came here 626 00:29:18,726 --> 00:29:21,527 to apologize. 627 00:29:21,529 --> 00:29:23,529 Apologize to me? 628 00:29:23,531 --> 00:29:27,899 My son had some of the same chances as you, 629 00:29:27,901 --> 00:29:30,602 and now he's going to prison. 630 00:29:32,806 --> 00:29:35,506 That's not how I thought it would go. 631 00:29:35,508 --> 00:29:38,810 Your son's still young. 632 00:29:38,812 --> 00:29:41,879 Prison doesn't usually build character. 633 00:29:41,881 --> 00:29:44,115 But at least I know he... 634 00:29:44,117 --> 00:29:49,854 he won't be out on the street, hurting himself or anyone else. 635 00:29:49,856 --> 00:29:53,023 I hope he finds a way to turn it around. 636 00:29:54,861 --> 00:29:57,061 Thanks, Reagan. 637 00:29:57,063 --> 00:29:59,563 Me, too. 638 00:30:07,006 --> 00:30:10,274 You really didn't know what this was about, huh? 639 00:30:12,411 --> 00:30:15,211 Took balls showing up. 640 00:30:15,213 --> 00:30:18,214 Your dad must be proud of you. 641 00:30:30,228 --> 00:30:32,495 That is not gonna work! 642 00:30:32,497 --> 00:30:33,331 The hell are you talking about? 643 00:30:33,355 --> 00:30:34,531 You're trying to make it look 644 00:30:34,532 --> 00:30:35,765 like you got all of these people 645 00:30:35,767 --> 00:30:37,290 talking about me. But I recognize 646 00:30:37,291 --> 00:30:39,157 half of them as just cops in plainclothes. 647 00:30:39,159 --> 00:30:40,893 Move your ass. Hey! What's up, Joe? 648 00:30:40,895 --> 00:30:41,470 How's the kids?! 649 00:30:41,494 --> 00:30:43,262 I said move your ass and shut your mouth. 650 00:30:45,099 --> 00:30:46,465 This won't hold up. 651 00:30:46,467 --> 00:30:48,900 I'll be home before you are. Says you. 652 00:30:48,902 --> 00:30:50,969 We've got at least six witnesses telling us 653 00:30:50,971 --> 00:30:53,705 you've switched from drug dealing to identity theft. 654 00:30:53,707 --> 00:30:55,640 And we know you're using underage kids 655 00:30:55,642 --> 00:30:57,152 to steal credit cards for you. 656 00:30:57,176 --> 00:30:58,233 I run a group home 657 00:30:58,234 --> 00:31:00,345 that helps disadvantaged children in the community. 658 00:31:00,347 --> 00:31:02,414 It's a front for a criminal enterprise. 659 00:31:02,416 --> 00:31:04,281 Oh, my goodness... 660 00:31:04,283 --> 00:31:05,850 We boring you? Yeah. 661 00:31:05,852 --> 00:31:07,852 It's a lot of noise for identity theft. 662 00:31:07,854 --> 00:31:09,020 Hmm. 663 00:31:10,256 --> 00:31:13,257 We know you organized kids from your group home 664 00:31:13,259 --> 00:31:15,359 into a gang and had them target kids 665 00:31:15,361 --> 00:31:17,862 walking out of a video store for robberies. 666 00:31:17,864 --> 00:31:19,897 You also encouraged them to get a body. 667 00:31:19,899 --> 00:31:22,566 So you had them kill someone as part of their initiation. 668 00:31:22,568 --> 00:31:25,036 You're used to dealing with feeble brains, aren't you? 669 00:31:25,038 --> 00:31:26,904 Very few as feeble as you. 670 00:31:26,906 --> 00:31:29,740 It's made you lazy, bad at your jobs. 671 00:31:29,742 --> 00:31:31,542 See, you're lunging for answers because 672 00:31:31,544 --> 00:31:33,244 you've got a high-profile case. 673 00:31:33,246 --> 00:31:34,745 But you've got nothing. 674 00:31:34,747 --> 00:31:36,547 And I've got nothing more to say to you guys. 675 00:31:36,549 --> 00:31:39,550 Except I want my lawyer. 676 00:31:39,552 --> 00:31:40,884 Now. 677 00:31:40,886 --> 00:31:41,985 That may be the smartest thing 678 00:31:41,987 --> 00:31:43,453 he's said all day. 679 00:31:48,493 --> 00:31:50,594 I'm not given to bluster, Ms. Reagan. 680 00:31:50,596 --> 00:31:52,595 But this is what you call a classic case 681 00:31:52,597 --> 00:31:54,330 of prosecutorial overreach. 682 00:31:54,332 --> 00:31:56,666 A prisoner died in your custody in your van. 683 00:31:56,668 --> 00:31:59,302 And we now know it's not the first time. 684 00:31:59,304 --> 00:32:00,670 Not even the fifth. 685 00:32:00,672 --> 00:32:02,072 Reality check? 686 00:32:02,074 --> 00:32:05,041 A lot of these folks that we transport 687 00:32:05,043 --> 00:32:07,077 don't have healthy lifestyles to begin with. 688 00:32:07,079 --> 00:32:08,644 Drunks, junkies. 689 00:32:08,646 --> 00:32:10,546 Stuff happens. 690 00:32:11,382 --> 00:32:14,050 Can you tell me what a screen test is? 691 00:32:14,052 --> 00:32:15,851 Something they do in Hollywood. 692 00:32:15,853 --> 00:32:18,054 It's when a driver punishes handcuffed prisoners 693 00:32:18,056 --> 00:32:20,756 by driving erratically so they bounce 694 00:32:20,758 --> 00:32:22,058 into the screen in the van. 695 00:32:22,060 --> 00:32:24,827 Also known as a rough ride. 696 00:32:24,829 --> 00:32:26,528 Autopsy report came back. 697 00:32:26,530 --> 00:32:29,064 Your prisoner died from peritonitis. 698 00:32:29,900 --> 00:32:33,401 Internal injuries from being beaten 699 00:32:33,403 --> 00:32:36,137 that were aggravated in the wreck. 700 00:32:37,707 --> 00:32:39,574 Tough case for you. 701 00:32:39,576 --> 00:32:40,874 Not that tough. 702 00:32:40,876 --> 00:32:43,511 Your son was in the van when she was beaten. 703 00:32:43,513 --> 00:32:45,279 He took the cuffs off the prisoners 704 00:32:45,281 --> 00:32:47,047 and encouraged them to hit her. 705 00:32:47,049 --> 00:32:50,017 We have his text messages telling you 706 00:32:50,019 --> 00:32:52,219 exactly what was happening. 707 00:32:52,221 --> 00:32:55,689 See, based on what the prisoners saw in the van, 708 00:32:55,691 --> 00:32:58,859 we got a subpoena for your son's cell phone service provider. 709 00:32:58,861 --> 00:33:00,127 And, kid, 710 00:33:00,129 --> 00:33:03,063 the words don't look too good on your end. 711 00:33:03,065 --> 00:33:06,133 But I wouldn't take all that weight if I was you. 712 00:33:08,069 --> 00:33:09,603 Dad... 713 00:33:09,605 --> 00:33:12,239 Son, don't you worry. 714 00:33:12,241 --> 00:33:15,908 We're gonna get you the best lawyer money can buy. 715 00:33:15,910 --> 00:33:17,511 Word to the wise, 716 00:33:17,513 --> 00:33:19,446 you might want to find your own. 717 00:33:19,448 --> 00:33:22,381 Your interests are no longer the same. 718 00:33:31,292 --> 00:33:32,925 Come on. I told you, 719 00:33:32,927 --> 00:33:36,129 I'm not saying a word to you guys until my lawyer gets here. 720 00:33:36,131 --> 00:33:37,663 I didn't ask you any questions. 721 00:33:37,665 --> 00:33:39,298 Did our guest show up yet? 722 00:33:39,300 --> 00:33:41,267 Actually, I was just gonna check. 723 00:33:46,340 --> 00:33:48,140 Yes. 724 00:33:48,142 --> 00:33:50,008 Our guest did show up. 725 00:33:50,010 --> 00:33:51,210 I don't know him. 726 00:33:51,212 --> 00:33:53,111 I never talked to that man before in my life. 727 00:33:53,113 --> 00:33:55,280 I'm sorry, I thought we weren't talking to you. 728 00:33:55,282 --> 00:33:56,748 You were waiting for your lawyer. 729 00:33:56,750 --> 00:33:58,483 Forget the lawyer. I'm telling you, 730 00:33:58,485 --> 00:33:59,918 I do not know that man. And I damn sure 731 00:33:59,920 --> 00:34:01,887 don't know anything about what happened to his son. 732 00:34:01,889 --> 00:34:03,088 Huh. But you know 733 00:34:03,090 --> 00:34:04,022 who he is, right? 734 00:34:04,024 --> 00:34:05,724 Of course I know who he is. 735 00:34:05,726 --> 00:34:07,358 I've seen Potter on TV. 736 00:34:07,360 --> 00:34:09,360 Oh, you know him a lot more than that. 737 00:34:09,362 --> 00:34:11,296 You were in his youth at risk camp, 738 00:34:11,298 --> 00:34:13,665 the one that his group sponsors, when you were a kid. 739 00:34:13,667 --> 00:34:15,966 In fact, he kept you out of prison as a kid. 740 00:34:15,968 --> 00:34:17,368 So? 741 00:34:17,370 --> 00:34:19,370 So, if you know Reverend Potter, 742 00:34:19,372 --> 00:34:20,405 you must know he's got 743 00:34:20,407 --> 00:34:22,173 a lot of people behind him. All right, 744 00:34:22,175 --> 00:34:24,075 cool, yeah. The reverend looked out for me. 745 00:34:24,077 --> 00:34:25,810 But that was a long time ago. 746 00:34:25,812 --> 00:34:27,477 What has he done for me lately? 747 00:34:27,479 --> 00:34:29,113 Wow. You know, they say gratitude 748 00:34:29,115 --> 00:34:30,748 is the shortest-lived of all emotions. 749 00:34:30,750 --> 00:34:32,249 Except the rev's still got 750 00:34:32,251 --> 00:34:33,550 a lot of friends over at Rikers 751 00:34:33,552 --> 00:34:35,753 who haven't forgotten what he tried to do for them. 752 00:34:35,755 --> 00:34:37,755 In fact, if somebody was to do something 753 00:34:37,757 --> 00:34:40,858 to hurt the reverend's kids and then show up in Rikers, 754 00:34:40,860 --> 00:34:42,993 I would guess they'd probably have a serious problem 755 00:34:42,995 --> 00:34:43,960 on their hands. 756 00:34:43,962 --> 00:34:44,661 You think so? 757 00:34:44,663 --> 00:34:45,829 I know so. 758 00:34:45,831 --> 00:34:46,930 You can't threaten me like that. 759 00:34:46,932 --> 00:34:49,199 I'm sorry, we're not talking to you. 760 00:34:49,201 --> 00:34:51,101 You're waiting for your lawyer. 761 00:34:57,876 --> 00:34:59,643 Might be a while. 762 00:35:06,985 --> 00:35:09,318 Get me a damn pen and paper. 763 00:35:09,320 --> 00:35:10,854 I'm ready to start writing. 764 00:35:10,856 --> 00:35:12,455 Your lawyer's not here yet. 765 00:35:12,457 --> 00:35:13,389 I don't care. 766 00:35:13,391 --> 00:35:15,358 I want to put things my way. 767 00:35:19,029 --> 00:35:21,063 You guys got to do me a favor. 768 00:35:21,065 --> 00:35:22,164 What's that? 769 00:35:22,166 --> 00:35:25,934 Tell the rev I did not know it was his kid. 770 00:35:28,473 --> 00:35:31,707 We're not here to do you any favors. 771 00:35:46,991 --> 00:35:49,391 We got him. 772 00:35:49,393 --> 00:35:52,026 Who is it? 773 00:35:52,028 --> 00:35:55,229 The actual shooter was one Dante Micklewhite. 774 00:35:55,231 --> 00:35:57,031 Age 15. 775 00:35:57,033 --> 00:35:59,867 Did he know my son? 776 00:35:59,869 --> 00:36:01,436 No. 777 00:36:01,438 --> 00:36:04,706 He was part of a gang run by Omar Davis. 778 00:36:04,708 --> 00:36:08,976 The murder was, uh, his initiation into the crew. 779 00:36:08,978 --> 00:36:11,612 It was... 780 00:36:11,614 --> 00:36:13,747 Senseless. 781 00:36:13,749 --> 00:36:15,516 Yes. 782 00:36:15,518 --> 00:36:18,419 I knew Omar Davis. 783 00:36:18,421 --> 00:36:21,823 Well, it turns out he was in one of your at risk programs 784 00:36:21,825 --> 00:36:24,191 back in the day. 785 00:36:24,193 --> 00:36:27,428 If I never have to swallow another piece of irony 786 00:36:27,430 --> 00:36:30,664 this lifetime, that'd be just fine. 787 00:36:30,666 --> 00:36:32,933 I hear you. 788 00:36:32,935 --> 00:36:35,001 Well, you do and you don't. 789 00:36:35,003 --> 00:36:37,838 Oh, no. I do. 790 00:36:37,840 --> 00:36:39,806 My son 791 00:36:39,808 --> 00:36:43,143 died at the hand of a crooked cop. 792 00:36:45,314 --> 00:36:47,680 I didn't know that. 793 00:36:47,682 --> 00:36:49,816 No reason you would. 794 00:36:49,818 --> 00:36:51,718 Anyway, I don't want to keep you. 795 00:36:51,720 --> 00:36:55,955 I just wanted you to hear it from me as soon as I got it. 796 00:36:55,957 --> 00:36:57,390 Thank you. 797 00:36:57,392 --> 00:36:59,359 And to Detective Reagan. 798 00:37:00,194 --> 00:37:03,028 I'll pass that along. 799 00:37:03,030 --> 00:37:04,296 Commissioner. 800 00:37:04,298 --> 00:37:07,166 Yeah. 801 00:37:07,168 --> 00:37:12,504 Would you and Detective Reagan consider attending the funeral? 802 00:37:16,244 --> 00:37:18,677 You can let us know in the morning. 803 00:37:18,679 --> 00:37:21,747 I can let you know right now. 804 00:37:21,749 --> 00:37:24,716 We'd be honored. 805 00:37:35,061 --> 00:37:38,129 I'll see you there. 806 00:37:53,146 --> 00:37:56,147 Sometimes we just have to put our personal feelings aside. 807 00:37:56,149 --> 00:37:59,750 So, what, you're just gonna take a time-out from being enemies? 808 00:37:59,752 --> 00:38:01,452 Not enemies, exactly. 809 00:38:01,454 --> 00:38:03,320 More like agree to disagree. Actually, 810 00:38:03,322 --> 00:38:05,689 just to disagree, since we were never really offered 811 00:38:05,691 --> 00:38:07,858 the choice whether to agree or not. 812 00:38:07,860 --> 00:38:09,126 Good point. 813 00:38:09,128 --> 00:38:10,928 But you're being big about it, so good for you. 814 00:38:10,930 --> 00:38:12,129 Yeah. 815 00:38:12,131 --> 00:38:14,432 Good for you. And there's no real choice. 816 00:38:14,434 --> 00:38:15,999 The Potters lost their son. 817 00:38:16,001 --> 00:38:17,935 There's no sides to a tragedy. 818 00:38:17,937 --> 00:38:19,202 But it takes two sides 819 00:38:19,204 --> 00:38:21,671 to agree to a truce. 820 00:38:21,673 --> 00:38:23,740 And if that's what's happening here, 821 00:38:23,742 --> 00:38:26,376 it's something to be grateful for. 822 00:38:26,378 --> 00:38:28,278 Amen. Right? 823 00:38:28,280 --> 00:38:29,579 Amen. Right. 824 00:38:29,581 --> 00:38:31,348 So, are you guys just gonna go back to being enemies 825 00:38:31,350 --> 00:38:32,782 or whatever on Monday morning? 826 00:38:32,784 --> 00:38:34,351 Probably. 827 00:38:34,353 --> 00:38:36,018 Maybe not so much. 828 00:38:36,020 --> 00:38:37,320 Hopefully. 829 00:38:37,322 --> 00:38:40,723 He's, uh, asked me to speak at the service. 830 00:38:40,725 --> 00:38:42,091 That's a big step. 831 00:38:42,093 --> 00:38:43,426 Or maybe it's just that he knows 832 00:38:43,428 --> 00:38:46,295 that we know what they're going through. 833 00:38:47,933 --> 00:38:49,532 What are you gonna say, Dad? 834 00:38:52,103 --> 00:38:53,735 ?And even in our sleep, 835 00:38:53,737 --> 00:38:58,474 ?pain that cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart, 836 00:38:58,476 --> 00:39:02,178 and in our own despair...? 837 00:39:03,881 --> 00:39:07,483 ?...against our will, 838 00:39:07,485 --> 00:39:12,955 comes wisdom to us by the awful grace of God.? 839 00:39:15,092 --> 00:39:17,593 St. Matthew? 840 00:39:17,595 --> 00:39:18,794 Shakespeare? 841 00:39:18,796 --> 00:39:22,531 It's Aeschylus. 842 00:39:23,968 --> 00:39:26,901 I was... I was gonna say it at Joe's funeral, 843 00:39:26,903 --> 00:39:28,336 but, um... 844 00:39:28,338 --> 00:39:31,339 I couldn't, at the time. 845 00:39:34,277 --> 00:39:37,278 Now you can? 846 00:39:39,749 --> 00:39:41,949 I think so. 847 00:39:46,322 --> 00:39:48,789 I hope so. 848 00:40:01,263 --> 00:40:08,063 == sync, corrected by elderman == @elder_man