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I give you information on some criminal activities...
..you turn a blind eye to mine.
Wouldn't be the first time an copper's been bought,
not in this station.
Let's hope you're right.
If he is using Murdoch as an informer,
is that necessarily a problem?
I'd like to know what Murdoch is getting out of it.
'This arrangement was never about heroin dealing and murder!'
This is over, when I say it's over.
'Give us your position now, DC Cooper.'
Driving down Station Road, heading back towards the city centre.
We need to intercept him
before he gets into the built-up area.
'We have a patrol blocking the junction between Shelburn Street
'and Baxter Street.'
Roger that. ETA three minutes.
TYRES SCREECH AND CAR CRASHES
No, no, no!
Hi, can you hear me?
Hi. I need an ambulance, as soon as you can.
I'm at the bottom of Belmuir Street. A woman's been knocked over.
As quick as you can, please.
OK. A long, continuous breath, please.
Keep going. And stop.
Can you get an update on the victim for me?
One minute she was there, the next minute...
Had you been drinking last night?
I'd had a couple last night.
A couple as in two, or a couple as in four?
I've been having trouble sleeping, so I've been....
Let's get you back to the station. We'll do another test there.
She's still unconscious.
But she's going to be all right?
They don't know what internal injuries she may have sustained.
Right, you hitch a ride to the hospital and let me
know as soon as she's ready to talk.
I'll take Paul Di Resta here back to the station.
I wasn't speeding, sir.
You were pursuing a stolen car,
that'll be enough for most people to hang you out to dry.
He was just doing his job.
Let's hope we can all still say that once this is over.
'Donald's sent you to the hospital?'
'He'll want DC Cooper off the hook.
'This is a prime opportunity to get more evidence against him.'
He asked me to tell him
when the victim's available to be interviewed.
'Don't give Donald a chance to twist her story.
'Get clean info from her first, then see what he does.'
-There you go.
Have a seat here till they're ready for you.
You're at the back of the queue for the breathalyser.
They're very busy downstairs.
Nothing more you want to tell me about this morning?
I told you, she came out of nowhere.
The traffic boys will be out measuring tyre marks,
calculating stopping distances.
I'll chase up their report.
What if she dies?
I'm sure the doctors are doing everything they can.
'I've got a name for you.'
'Born 25th March 1979.'
How is she?
'No change as yet.'
I have to go. I'll call you back.
How is she?
You're not a doctor.
I'm a police officer.
Detective Sergeant Grant.
And you're Anoushka Pattinson, is that right?
Do you remember what happened to you this morning?
I was knocked down by a car.
Were you staying nearby?
I was in a hotel.
I had a meeting in town this morning.
Were you drinking last night?
What's that got to do with anything?
I'm just trying to establish your possible state of mind.
I never drink when I'm away on business,
and I wasn't hung-over, if that's what you're suggesting.
I'm not suggesting anything.
What's the name of the hotel?
Have you arrested the driver?
We've got him in custody.
You blame HIM for the accident?
It wasn't MY fault!
So, the pattern of skidding tallies with DC Cooper's version of events?
Good. Well, if you can sign off on that and get a copy over to me,
that'd be great.
The Traffic boys are backing up Will.
So all we need to do now is find a couple of witnesses to bribe.
It's a joke.
Uniform have got a witness who saw the lead-up to the accident.
They state Cooper wasn't driving with excessive recklessness.
So, in an ideal world, our victim wasn't concentrating,
or can't remember properly, and we're home and hosed.
She can remember.
You interviewed her?
I told you to contact me when she was ready to talk.
The nurses only gave me a few minutes,
so I got in there while I could, boss. Where's Will?
He's waiting to be breathalysed. They're really busy downstairs.
You should have let me talk to her.
What difference would it have made?
Have you been in touch with the DiMarco Hotel?
Yeah, and everything she's told me so far seems to pan out.
Well, we don't deal with "seems to", do we?
KNOCK AT DOOR
I got the all clear.
The victim's sat up and is talking to us.
Oh, thank God.
But she's, erm, blaming you for the accident.
Obviously you're now suspended from duty pending an investigation.
Once you've spoken to the Fed rep, I suggest you go home.
Thank you, DS Grant.
Don't answer it.
It could be something important.
You don't want to speak to him anyway, do you?
Aye, well, just ignore it.
He can leave a message.
Hi, it's me.
I've been in an accident and I was driving and I hit someone.
I'm not hurt, but she was, and...
I'm sorry, I know I shouldn't be calling, but...
I didn't want you to hear it from anyone else, so...
Our Miss Pattinson did indeed stay at the DiMarco last night...
She wasn't alone. She was with a man in his 60s.
A man familiar to hotel staff, stays there regularly,
often with the same girl.
Having a relationship isn't exactly a crime, as far as I know.
Hmm. Receptionist said Anoushka left in a hurry this morning,
quickly followed by this man.
Does he have a name?
He signed in as Graham Carlson from Greenock.
But, surprise, surprise, there's no record
of a Graham Carlson who'd be that age.
So, he's married and he signed in under an assumed name?
The receptionist also said Anoushka was holding her arm
as she hurried past, and this man appeared agitated.
Her word, not mine.
You think she was injured before the accident?
I don't know, but...
something's not right.
I just want to clarify one or two things. Is that OK?
You stayed at the DiMarco last night?
Do you stay there regularly?
When I have early morning business meetings.
And what line of business are you in?
Is this relevant?
It might be.
I sell and endorse beauty products.
And what's the company called?
They're called Lip Service.
And do you have a number?
What is this?!
I was knocked down by a car and now it feels like I'm the guilty one.
Miss Pattinson, I'm Detective Chief Inspector Craig Donald.
We're just trying to work out exactly what happened this morning.
I've already said.
I was minding my own business when some guy hit me with his car!
Did you ask him what he did for a living? Who he works for?
We already know that. He works for me, he's a police officer.
That's why you're here.
Why I'm being asked all these questions.
We just want to get to the truth of what happened.
Oh, I bet you do.
'As long as you're all right.
'What about your job?'
I just hope I don't get kicked out.
'Maybe that wouldn't be a bad thing.
'Back when you applied, I did always wonder
'if you were cut out to be a policeman.
I should go.
So, you had breakfast, and then, just after eight, you left for a meeting?
This is all in my statement.
There was no-one else in your room?
What are you suggesting?
If you could just answer the question, please.
I know what you're doing. You're trying to make this my fault.
Was it your fault?
Then you've nothing to worry about, have you?
I had a friend stay over.
Why wasn't this in your statement?
Because it is none of your business.
I'm single and I was with a friend.
Were you wearing a necklace this morning?
Oh, it must have come off when the car hit me.
You haven't got it now?
Maybe it got caught up in your clothes.
It's not registered on the list of belongings.
Maybe one of the emergency crew picked it up off the road.
Could you also get the doctors to give us a list of injuries, please?
The medics agree.
Some of her injuries don't match up with being in an accident like that.
You were right.
During the course of their examinations,
they found bruising on her upper arms and legs.
They've seen this pattern of injuries before.
So have I.
No wonder she's edgy. Poor woman.
If she was attacked this morning by the man in the hotel,
and he then followed her, by the time she got to the accident site
she could have been desperate to get away from him.
Desperate enough to run in front of a car?
What kind of relationship does Miss Pattinson have with a man
who attacks her and then she feels the need to protect?
Violent husband? Partner?
She said she was single.
I'm thinking this is more of a business arrangement.
So, what's our next move?
I don't want to judge her prematurely.
She's having a rough enough day as it is.
You check the CCTV footage.
I'll chase up this company she works for.
How is the woman?
That's a good thing, isn't it?
It's a miracle I didn't kill her.
But you didn't.
Who hasn't taken their eyes off the road momentarily?
I'm sure your colleagues will find out exactly what happened.
She's saying it's my fault. That's all that matters.
You seem pretty determined to take the blame.
I hit a woman in my car, she's pointing the finger,
I'm going to lose my job.
Those are facts.
You say you've no-one to turn to.
What about your family?
My mum died when I was young.
My sister lives on the other side of the world
and, um, and my dad, he doesn't help.
Doesn't or can't?
I called him earlier and he was just negative.
Maybe that's how his concern manifests itself.
The only person my dad's concerned with is himself.
If he's not in control of a situation, he can't cope.
That's why my sister left, to get away from him.
It can't have been easy for him when you came out.
Do you think it was easy for me?
So do you see any of your father in yourself?
What about your need to be in control?
What need?! I'm nothing like my father.
I'm not sure I agree with you there.
How is THIS helping?!
When something big happens to someone,
like this accident today, we can learn from it.
What? That I've got a messed up family and no friends?
That's one way of looking at it.
Another may be that you're ready to look into the dark corners
of yourself and make some changes in your life.
What do you mean?
When I look at you, I see years of anger and guilt
all balled-up and stored away, ready to burst out
whenever life gets too tough, or things don't go your way.
But I also see someone who's tired of that.
Will, you must be exhausted.
It's all right.
Let it out.
Thanks, Terry. I owe you one.
Ha-ha, yeah, right. Bye.
Nothing clear from the reception cameras,
they're checking the car park footage now.
How did you get on?
I spoke to a very charming PA who confirmed Anoushka Pattinson
worked for the company, and outlined the services they provide.
Mainly the promotion and sale of beauty products.
So, she was telling the truth?
I just spoke to an ex-colleague of mine who works out of Edinburgh,
and he gave me a very different take on Lip Service.
It's basically a cover for a high-class escort agency.
So, what do we do now?
How do you feel when you get angry?
The adrenaline kicks in, my heart starts to pound and...
You feel you could take on the world?
Anger's a normal human emotion, Will.
It's part of you, and you just need to know how to handle it.
You are in control of your body's responses...
and unclenching your fists isn't a bad start.
Life can be infuriating at the best of times.
Everybody gets angry, but not everybody lashes out,
and you don't have to either.
How do I do that? How do I stop this?
OK, let's try something now.
I want you to think about when you get angry.
I want you to tense your muscles, clench your fists.
And then I want you to take a deep breath.
So breathe in...
And hold the breath...
..and breathe out. And as you breathe out,
I want you to think about relaxing your muscles.
Letting go of all that tension.
And if you do that...
..I promise you calm will follow.
You have a daughter, is that right?
How do you know that?
We did a background check on you.
Don't worry, it didn't say anything bad.
There was no mention of the fact you work for an escort agency.
The man you were with last night was a client, wasn't he?
Some of your injuries are inconsistent
with being hit by a car.
The doctors believe you've been sexually assaulted.
No-one's judging you. We just want to help.
Were you assaulted this morning, Miss Pattinson?
By the client?
He's a regular.
I thought I knew him.
Does he have a name?
What do you know about him?
That, erm, he's a businessman.
And that he likes me, and so...
..I've known him for a while.
Would you be willing to make an additional statement?
my daughter comes off a school trip today,
and if I'm not there to meet her off the coach, well...
If I admit that the accident was my fault, will you leave me alone?
This man's committed a serious offence against you.
And most people will say that I got what I deserved.
I'll admit to causing the accident to get your officer off
but then I don't want anything more to do with you.
Um, well, I'd like to log your injuries for our files,
so I'll need to have a photographer sent down.
After that, it's up to the doctors.
Look, thank you for your time.
Is that it?
You heard Miss Pattinson.
I just want to go home.
It's OK. We understand.
I need to go and chase up a photographer.
You stay with Miss Pattinson, make sure she's all right.
Is the CCTV through yet?
OK, yep, send it over.
She's clammed right up.
Well, we'd better get her talking again, eh?
We need you to take a look at something for us.
This was taken from CCTV footage
of the DiMarco Hotel car park this morning.
Is this the man who attacked you?
..can't be certain.
Is this the man?
I still can't help you.
This man's real name is Billy Kennedy.
He's involved with crime at the highest level -
drug-dealing, intimidation, murder.
We need this guy off the streets for good and you can help us do that.
There is no way I'm going up against a man like that.
No way in the world.
-Please just leave me alone!
I messed up.
You wouldn't believe some of the things
I've said to witnesses to get them to open up.
But she's not opening up, is she? She's scared to death.
You go and tell Will she's admitted culpability.
What are you going to do?
I need to go and see a man about a dog.
Aye. Cut the flannel, will you?
Just tell me how much it's going to cost me.
There. That wasn't hard, was it?
Thank you very much.
Have you spoken to Billy Kennedy today?
Did I not tell you to keep your nose out of my business?
I can't do that. Not this time.
Is that right?
Are you not forgetting something?
He raped a woman this morning.
And I'm supposed to take your word for that, am I?
You see him, you hear from him, you've got my number.
All I'm saying is your baby is going to have the taste
for some pretty weird combos.
What's up with you?
That message. Will's been involved in an accident.
God, is he OK?
He sounds pretty shaken up.
Did you call him back?
I don't know what to do.
Then do nothing.
Donald wants you back at work, if you're up to it.
Something major's cropped up.
What about the RTC?
The victim's changed her statement. You're off the hook.
Is she going to be all right?
There's been a development.
I can wait in the car while you get your stuff together.
KNOCK AT DOOR
What are you doing here?
Oh. You've got somebody here with you.
This is Rachel. We work together.
Will's husband, I know. Pleased to meet you.
I'll see you outside.
-I'm sorry that..
I'm sorry I never answered my phone. I just got your message.
I wanted to check that you were OK, but you seem to be.
Yeah, I'm sorry for calling you.
I didn't want to put any pressure on. I just...
I've been meaning to do something with the place, but...
How did you find me?
I called the station. I'm still down as next of kin.
I can have that changed if you like.
I do still care whether you live or die, you know.
Well, I should get back to work.
Aye, me too.
I've got tons on.
I'll let you get away.
Thanks for coming.
Quick as you can with those, Dermot.
I'm not standing up in court against that man.
I'm not asking you to.
Your statement is enough.
Tell me about the necklace.
There's nothing to tell.
It wasn't among your belongings,
no-one remembers seeing it at the scene.
He tore it from around your neck, didn't he?
What happened, Anoushka?
It was a present.
He gave it to me.
I can't have my daughter knowing anything about this.
-I just want this over and done with.
We were getting ready to leave...
..and he got a call on his mobile...
..and he took it into the bathroom.
The door was, er, was slightly ajar and he caught my eye.
He came flying out like a madman, accusing me of eavesdropping on him.
I tried to tell him that I wasn't...
..but he was so angry.
He hit me.
And he ripped the necklace off.
And then he dragged me to the bed and he...
It's OK. It's OK.
If you chase up the CCTV footage from between the hotel and where
the accident happened, I'll send out a VIN on Kennedy's car.
Yes, I'll hold.
You've done cases like this before.
Do you think if we get enough evidence,
we can move forward without her?
No court appearance, we can live with. No statement...
We can't force her to cooperate though, can we?
I wouldn't put anything past the DCI.
Who was that?
Just because you do what you do,
doesn't mean you deserve what happened.
Neither does the next girl he does it to, or the next one.
You're not going to guilt-trip me into it...
That's not what I'm trying to do. I'm not.
We have enough evidence already.
Hotel staff who saw you together last night,
guests who heard you arguing this morning,
a receptionist who saw you leave injured.
We've got the footage of him in the car park,
and we'll get forensic evidence
to prove he caused these injuries to you.
He wasn't chasing after you this morning
to give you the necklace back, was he?
You were in fear of your life.
Getting hit by a car
was the best thing that could have happened to you.
If I do this...
..you've got to put him away.
By the time I've finished, it'll be rape and attempted murder.
The victim's identified him.
We can't let this one go.
You do what you have to do.
It's nothing to do with me.
You're a man with a daughter, aren't you?
I'm going to be seeing him at my flat later on.
I'll get his side of the story then.
Sir, DS Grant found a location for Kennedy's car.
Good work. Anoushka's going to make a statement.
Welcome back, by the way.
So, now we need to bring him in?
Billy Kennedy is due to meet Lenny Murdoch
in the Tall Ship pub on Montego Street.
How do you know that?
Does it matter? They're meeting.
Which gives us just enough time to bundle up the evidence
-and get a warrant.
-So have you spoken to the Super?
Am I the only person who's pumped up
at the prospect of nailing this scumbag?
I'm just hoping we are nailing him and not missing anything.
Forensics will be finished at the hotel within the hour.
The only thing we need to worry about is this necklace.
Kennedy gave it to Anoushka as a gift
and then tore off her during the assault.
Pound to a penny he's still got it on him.
Sir, Superintendent Cole's here to see you.
News travels fast around here.
Right, collate the evidence we already have.
I want this watertight.
What do you think Cole wants?
I was just going to come and find you.
I need a warrant
to make an arrest at the flat above the Tall Ship.
Last I heard, you were looking into an RTC
involving an officer from your team.
Well, the victim admitted liability and,
in the course of our investigations, something else came up.
Yes, I've made some enquiries of my own.
I understand the victim is a prostitute.
You know, for someone who doesn't spend a lot of time
on the shop floor, you are remarkably well informed.
I have to be, with officers like you working on it, DCI Donald.
If you've got something to say, Superintendent, just say it.
You know, I'm surprised you're so keen for us
to search Lenny Murdoch's flat.
Aren't you concerned about what we might turn up?
Why should I be?
You tell me.
Look, the only thing I hope we find is a link between Kennedy
and the vicious sexual assault on this woman.
Shame you won't be there to find out then, isn't it?
I'm pulling you off this case.
I view you as a serious threat to a positive outcome.
Despite the fact that I've pulled the case together
and gathered all the evidence?
The last thing I need is a high-end criminal walking, because
the spotlight falls on the behaviour of the senior arresting officer.
I've still not heard any reasons.
We know Kennedy's an associate of Murdoch,
and it is my belief that you are, too.
You've corrupted yourself with your involvement with these people.
You need to step back now.
Who took these?
I've had someone watching you for some time.
Oh, who would you recommend to lead the arrest?
You're running things now, you decide.
I've taken the DCI off the Kennedy case.
-I want you to run it.
You heard me. Get your team organised.
Nothing else has changed.
The Super wants me to take over the Kennedy case.
What about Donald?
What about him?
Where's the DCI now?
I'll get the team together, you organise cars.
Hi. This is Cooper, CID. Can I have the lot, please?
I know we've had our differences, but I thought we'd got past that.
We have. What's going on?
You've been working for Cole. Following me, taking photographs.
She told me she's had someone watching me. It's got to be you.
Me?! Why me?
You're the only one with a reason to want me gone.
But I don't want you gone.
Well, someone has been spying on me.
And you think it's me?
Thanks very much(!)
Well, if it's not you...
But you've been working with her across everything.
You're sticking around, right?
'Target ETA, three minutes.'
You're very quiet.
Donald knows you're working for Cole.
What are you talking about?
Cole told him she had someone watching him.
The first person he thought of was me.
Which, I have to say, hurt.
Now who's quiet?
I know how the DCI can be, but I never tagged you as a grass.
It's OK. You don't have to explain.
So, what did you find out, anyway?
You know, if you get him, you'll probably get me, too.
You know that, right?
What does it mean to you? A promotion?
A step up the career ladder?
Enough to instigate an investigation into Donald.
It's got nothing to do with you.
But not enough to take him down?
And our friendship, I assume that was a means to an end?
All the words of comfort about Petey and Robbie,
just a way of gathering information.
They were genuine.
'Target approaching location.'
They were genuine, Will.
Not poured one for me an' all?
It's polite to wait till you're offered.
You're supposed to savour it.
I'll savour the next one.
Why you keep bringing trouble to my door?
You've lost me.
Three weeks ago, murder. Now, rape.
Who have you been talking to?
How did you get that scratch on your face?
Come on, tell me. The truth.
You stay and watch this exit. You take the side door.
Look, I'd paid her, I'd given her the money. I'd paid her.
I could do what I liked!
You're filth, man.
-Gie's peace, Lenny.
The cops are on their way up.
Ah. Good evening, Mr Murdoch.
DC Cooper and DS Grant. What an unpleasant surprise.
Kennedy? What, did you not pass him on the stairs?
Wait there, cover his retreat!
Billy, it's over. Come on out.
Over, is it?
You'd better get your back up, because I'm no' coming quietly.
Just come back to the station, don't make a scene.
I'm not getting huckled by a bent copper.
Bent in more ways than one, right?
What's up, son?
Want to prove you're more macho than the next guy?
Just put your hands where I can see them.
Come on, son.
Show us what you've got.
Billy Kennedy, I'm arresting you on suspicion of rape
and the attempted murder of Anoushka Pattinson.
Are you OK?
Do you understand why you're here, Mr Kennedy?
We're investigating a very serious assault.
The assault took place this morning between the hours
of 7.30am and 8.30am.
Then there must be a wee bit of a mix up there.
What do you mean?
I was at a breakfast meeting at that time.
Very early breakfast meeting.
It's the early bird that catches the worm.
Is there someone who can confirm that?
Ask Lenny Murdoch. He was there.
Where was this meeting?
In his flat.
So, you're saying you have an alibi?
You've won a watch.
We have CCTV footage that shows you
clearly outside the DiMarco hotel at 8.25am.
You mean you have footage of somebody that looks like me.
So you weren't at the DiMarco Hotel?
And you weren't there with Anoushka Pattinson?
And you know nothing about her necklace.
We'll take a break.
Interview suspended at 18.32.
You were with Billy Kennedy this evening.
What were you talking about?
Are you going to no comment your way
through this whole conversation, yeah?
If there was nothing to it, then why are you being so defensive?
Well, maybe you can tell me about
the meeting you had with him earlier today, instead.
The meeting you had with him this morning at 8.00am.
So, I take it you're not backing Mr Kennedy's claim
that you did have a meeting this morning?
Oh, you won't confirm that now?
Good job we're not after Murdoch, isn't it?
Found the necklace, by the way.
Scoured the place inside and out.
Your boss is going to be SO disappointed.
I want you interviewing Kennedy.
Superintendent Cole won't like that.
I believe she told you to stay away from the arrest, not the interviews.
Resuming interview with William Kennedy at 18.47.
If you want to stop at any time, use the bathroom, please just say.
We want you to be entirely happy with the process.
So far, I'm delirious.
Where were you last night?
We believe you were at a hotel. The DiMarco on Vallance Street.
And you spent the night with an escort, is that right?
We can prove all this.
She was fine when I left her.
-What time was that?
The receptionist says she saw Anoushka leave,
followed by you, at 8.05am.
That must have been when I left, then.
So, how did you manage to make your meeting with Lenny for eight o'clock?
Lenny Murdoch isn't prepared to confirm your alibi,
so we're going to need your help there.
-Is that right?
So either he doesn't want to tell us about the meeting,
or the meeting didn't take place. We think it's the latter.
If you weren't with Lenny...
..where were you?
Where were you?
Where were you, Mr Kennedy?
Where were you?
She's a prostitute, for God's sake!
Why are you even bothering?!
I'd like to claim one of those bathroom breaks, if you don't mind?
Stopping interview at 18.53.
Why is DCI Donald conducting this interview?
Because I asked him to.
I told him to stay clear of this investigation.
You also told him he had a mole in his department.
He's a liability. I want him off this case and out of my station.
YOUR station? Just how personal has this got?!
Watch your step, DS Grant,
or you'll be looking for a new career when this is over.
Now, get him out of there.
He presents no risk to a secure conviction.
You put me in charge of this case and I want him interviewing Kennedy.
Resuming interview at 18.55, with William Kennedy.
You will regret this.
Where were you at 7.30 this morning?
I suggest you were in your hotel room assaulting Anoushka Pattinson.
Oh, come on, Billy. We're going round in circles here.
Anoushka tells us that you paid her £500.
You got your money's worth, then?
So, you were angry.
You still look angry to me, and it's ten hours after the event.
You know we have a forensic doctor examining the victim, right?
My prints will be all over her, you stupid queer.
It's not just about fingerprints, Billy.
They can do all sorts nowadays.
Can match finger spans from bruising patterns, ascertain the size
of a someone's hand when they grab a throat or an arm.
Oh, and the doctor's also looking under the fingernails of the victim
for DNA evidence that it was you.
Some other guests reported hearing raised voices in your room
around 7.25. What was that about?
I was haggling about money.
You don't strike me as the sort of person
who haggles over money with an escort, Billy.
Anyway, she told us you were a regular client.
Fixed price menu.
I suggest you were arguing over something else.
You thought she was eavesdropping on a conversation you were having,
you turned violent.
And during the course of that violence, you raped her.
Do you recognise this?
For the tape, DCI Donald is showing William Kennedy exhibit RG07,
I gave it to her as a gift.
So, you admit you gave this necklace to Anoushka Pattinson?
And then took it back, in no uncertain fashion.
It was expensive.
Is that why you argued?
Argued and fought?
-You didn't fight with Anoushka Pattinson?
You didn't threaten to kill her, didn't knock her to the ground,
-slap her and kick her, then tear the necklace from around her neck?
Then how come this necklace is snapped,
and the victim's got marks on her neck?
What can I say?
She likes it rough, right?
She likes to get knocked about a bit.
And I like to oblige.
It's consensual, by the way.
And if she denies it, it's her word against mine, OK?
I put you two in front of a jury...
I think I know who they're going to believe.
You crossed a line today, Billy.
You know it, I know it,
and all your so-called friends know it.
They're all hanging you out to dry.
You're going down for this.
William Kennedy, I'm charging you with rape and attempted murder.
You deliberately disobeyed my orders.
Your orders nearly compromised this case.
Oh, careful, Detective Chief Inspector.
With respect, Superintendent...
We secured a positive outcome. Can't we just leave it at that?
Lenny Murdoch, Billy Kennedy.
I know these men, because it's my job to know them.
How they think, how they work.
Yeah, sometimes I have to get my hands dirty,
but I am not one of them.
-Well done, boss.
Couldn't have done it on my own. This collar belongs to all of us.
Sir, can I have a word?
I'll be right back and then we will all go for a drink to celebrate.
Stick that in the kitty.
A word about what?
..decided to move on.
My old DCI has a major case on, so...
Is that it?
I think you're a great copper and good bloke.
I hope you find what you need.
You know, that was a very brave move...
sending the coppers into my flat.
They could've found this.
You know what? Let's take that down to the station right now.
I've been played a mug too long. This ends here.
Who are you kidding?
You knew exactly what you were getting into
the first time you sat at that desk.
And you knew exactly what you were getting into
when you fell in with Billy Kennedy.
THIS is finished.
You put one foot out of line, I'll be there to stamp all over it.
That's a promise.
Stephen Burns, as a person with whom the defender,
that's you, obviously, is alleged to have committed adultery.
I'm no' taking the rap for this.
It's about time you got what's coming to you.
By putting Stella through misery?
So you're wee Bubba can come up smelling of roses?
Tell your boyfriend to man up and accept his part in this, or else
he's going to need a new suit for his big court appearance, all right?
You were in a hurry today.
Sorry about that.
Forgiven if you buy me a drink.
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