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We have an opportunity here,
to take down the whole operation all at once.
This better work.
Lenny's not feeling too great the now.
He's going to rest up for a bit right?
He's been out of control ever since that thing with his grandson.
Hey, ya wee...! Lenny! Lenny!
Are you saying he's the one that beat up Molly?
This one you're not invited to.
Just take the car away. Come back in an hour.
I just wish Gareth was here.
I'm worried about him.
That was for me.....
and this is for Molly.
Oh, my God! What happened?!
RECORDING: 'We have a contact at the docks here in Glasgow.
'I can personally vouch for him.
'The goods are already in transit.
'The vessel left port a week ago. Certificate of origin, Cyprus.
'Our consignment will be put into the hold.
'I will meet the ship and collect the goods.
'It will be cut as agreed, and delivered to each of you.
'Gentlemen, it's a pleasure to do business with you.'
We lost audio transmission at 2am, when the batteries cut out,
so that's all the audio we've got.
Some of it's good, some of it not so good.
We believe the voice to be that of this man - Pedro.
Although, we don't have a legitimate ID as of yet.
We believe he runs the supply line, with probable links to Afghanistan.
This is Frank Conroy, Merseyside's finest.
It is my belief that Billy Kennedy is looking to
expand his operation across the UK from Glasgow.
He knows Conroy is big enough to handle
anything that Pedro can bring in.
Obviously, we're liaising with our Liverpool colleagues on this one.
So, we know there's a shipment coming in today.
We can assume it's on some kind of container vessel.
I want these drugs intercepted at source,
and the men who are trafficking drugs into the country.
So you can forget about being at home for your families.
In fact, you can forget about having any sort of life at all.
Until we have these people and the drugs in our hands,
all annual leave and personal time is suspended. Understood?
KNOCK ON DOOR
Well, you were right, sir.
Yeah. The scale of the problem
is only going to come out after more deaths.
We need to get this stuff off the streets.
I was wondering where we are with Gareth.
He was in a pretty bad way last night. Yeah.
I'll arrange a meet with him,
see if he can start putting names to these faces.
You, run these photos past Stevie Burns -
get him to corroborate anything Gareth gives us.
I do not want to get stitched up over this.
I didn't want to wake you.
It was this one.
So, are you going to tell me what happened?
Gareth, the longer you work for people like Kennedy,
the more stuff like this is going to happen.
This was nothing to do with Billy - it wasn't him.
So, who was it then?
Nic, just leave it.
I'm not some stupid wee girl.
I deserve to know what happened to you.
Look, I know you're not.
Well, then talk to me.
Because see if you can't, what are we doing here?
Look, I hit somebody.
This is pay-back. This is the way it works.
What do you mean, "payback"?
What does it matter? It was before I met you.
So, how did they find you?
Nic, none of this matters.
Look, can we just drop it?
No, we can't. It matters to me.
Look, I'm sorry but I need to go.
Which one of these is Pedro?
That's him. That's Pedro all right.
You're absolutely sure that's the man that Billy, Lenny
and you refer to as Pedro? Of course I'm certain.
I just need you to identify his voice.
The vessel left port a week ago. Certificate of origin, Cyprus.
Tomorrow, I'll meet the ship and collect the goods.
It'll be cut as agreed and then.... That's him. Are we done?
Well, there is still the small matter
of retrieving the transmitter?
Come on, you're the only one that can do it without raising suspicion.
What if he catches me?
OK, fine. We'll just leave it there for Billy to find.
What do you think is going to happen then?
First thing he'll do is scrap the pick-up,
then we lose our chance to arrest him.
No way. He's got too much riding on it. You don't know that.
Tell you what, if Billy's still at large,
top of his agenda will be finding who betrayed him.
Stevie, have a look at these for me.
Recognise any of them?
Been in a half dozen times.
Pedro, I think.
Do you know his real name?
Well, how would I know that?
Any of them come in, let me know, that includes Gareth as well.
Just do it for me, will you, Stevie?
Look, Will, I'm not interested.
I don't want anything to do with these folk.
Just leave me out of it.
Oh, it's you.
All I'm saying is let me in to see him.
And I'm saying "No". You should be ashamed of yourself.
What sort of game do you think you're playing, Lenny?
You better stay out of this. I will not, for wee Cal's sake.
That wean doesn't need pulling this way
and that like some piece of meat.
And if either of you had his interests at heart,
you'd be stopping this right now! She started it.
Oh, would you listen to yourself, ya big wean?
"It wasn't me, Miss, it was him.
"The big boy did it then ran away!"
She's not here anyway.
I'm going inside and I am going to close this door now,
and I don't expect to hear you rattling on it.
Can you believe him?
You think a man like that's going to take any notice of a piece of paper?
But I'll tell you this, Kelly, he'll be back.
Well, I'll phone the police on him - I wasn't joking.
I don't doubt it, hen,
but do you really think this is a solution?
I mean, wee Cal loves his granda.
You stop Lenny seeing him, it'll be you Cal will be angry with, not him.
Then that's a price I'll pay.
Kelly, can you not sort this out with Lenny?
Gran, you don't understand the half of it.
What is it?
Lenny had a gun.
He was going to kill whoever was there.
Oh, mother of God.
I saw him fire it.
The man is a monster.
You really think I'm going to let my son near him after seeing that?
Hey, Lenny, a word with you.
What the hell are you playing at, employing that low life?
What makes you think you're going to get away with talking to me like that?
He battered Molly. Does that count for anything?
Making mugs of us!
Now, OK, I thought
that Kelly was bang out of order taking out that Interdict.
I was going to try and talk to her, try and make her see sense,
but not any more. Is that right?
Well, you tell her I'll see her in court,
if that's the way she wants to play it.
Listen, Jimmy, I like you...
..but tread very carefully.
Hey. There you are.
So, what's the script for today?
I'm going to need you down at the boat shed,
if you're up to it.
You weren't looking too tricky yesterday.
What's the plan? We've got a delivery coming
with the stuff we're going to mix in with the real thing -
I just want you to check it. Keep an eye on the boys,
make sure they're set up for us arriving from the docks, that's it.
HE MENTIONS INDISTINCT BRAND NAME
All right, Billy.
What're you doing here?
Looking for you. What for?
It's about what happened with Lenny.
Look, I'm sorry if I caused you any bother.
If you want, I'll go back and apologise.
You seen Murdoch? Nah. I thought it was best to steer clear.
You know, what I said, I was out of order.
Just make sure you clear the air.
I don't want any hassles today.
So, what's happening?
It's just me and Pedro have got things to do.
You want me to stick around? Nah.
No, you're all right. Away you go.
Hey, I don't be getting in any trouble.
Sir, something from the surveillance team.
Gareth was at the boat shed.
Kennedy got there before Gareth had his chance to retrieve the wire.
Kennedy and Suspect Four went in to the shed
and then Gareth was seen leaving.
Suspect Four goes by the name of Pedro.
Go do some digging, see if you can find a real name for him.
What are we going to do about the transmitter?
Hope it stays hidden.
Have you seen this?
It's just a headline.
Try telling that to Conroy when it starts happening on his patch.
This shipment gets cut properly. Are you done?
You know why I'm here.
There you go.
It's all there, right?
I'll be in touch. See you later.
What happened to you? Is he in? Aye.
You wanted to see me, Lenny?
You're some piece of work, kid.
Lenny, I know you told Jimmy about Molly.
That's fair enough. Had it coming.
But I reckon that makes us quits.
After what you did to me? What're you talking about?
Have you seriously got the brass neck to stand there,
right in front of me, and lie?
You slipped me a mickey.
It's not how it seems. You've got to trust me.
No. I don't need it explained to me.
You wanted to make your bones with Billy, eh?
Thought you'd use me to do it.
Lenny, I swear... Save your breath.
After today, you and me are done.
I'm going to turn my back on you now.
VOICEMAIL: Hi, this is Gareth. Leave a message and I'll get back to you.
Gareth, it's me.
Listen, I really want to sort this out.
Will you come home, please?
Jimmy, is Gareth in? No.
Do you know where he is then?
I don't know. I don't care.
If he's got any brains, he'll keep well away from me.
What's he ever done to you?
What's he ever done to me?
He robbed this place.
He battered Molly with a baseball bat -
broke her cheekbone.
Left her face in a right mess.
What? You heard.
So, I battered him.
He's a scumbag, a rat,
and if I was you, I'd get rid of him right now.
I'm looking for Gareth.
He was in earlier, but I don't know where he is now.
Well, if you see him, can you tell him I'm looking for him?
Nicole, is something wrong?
Just tell him I'll be at the house.
Come on, sit down.
It's fine. It's just heartburn.
I can go and get somebody if you want?
No. Just need a minute.
I'll just go and get you some water.
Nicole, is there something else wrong?
It looks like there is.
I can handle it.
You got a sec?
Want to tell me what I'm missing here?
Who said you were missing anything?
It's just that, well, I saw you talking to Nicole earlier.
Aye, well, that's between me and her. Aye, and she's my niece.
If there's a problem, I want to know about it.
I was telling her to keep away from that scumbag she's going out with.
Fine. I don't like him much either.
This wouldn't have anything to do with you
having a wee word with him yesterday?
We've got a possible ID, sir.
Suspect Four, his name's Peter Andrew Marsden.
Excellent work, sergeant.
We can link him to a shipping company that operates out of Cyprus -
the name of the company is Cargazon.
The first and last letters tally with what Gareth
found on Kennedy's phone yesterday - C-N.
And they have this boat docking at Greenock today -
it's obviously not a container vessel.
It's a salvage and mooring vessel named Moriay.
Right. Let's get a team together. I think we're almost there.
VOICEMAIL: Gareth, it's me
Listen, I really want to sort this out. Will you come home, please?
Where've you been all day?
I've been working. I've been driving all day.
Yeah, well, I tried to phone you.
Can you not answer a phone?
Nic, I've been driving all day.
Well, I'm supposed to be able to rely on you. What if I needed you?
Nic, look, I'm sorry. Going to just leave it?
I know about Molly.
Jimmy told me.
I don't know what to say.....
There's nothing you can say.
She's an old woman.
Please, I'm so sorry...
You attacked her with a bat.
What kind of a person does that?
Nic, I'm different now. I'm not the same person I was back then.
No, you're not.
You're not the same person to me now.
Please don't do this. Please listen to me.
I didn't care back then, about anything, Nic.
I didn't care whether I lived or died, you've got to understand.
I don't understand.
I don't understand at all.
I was high on drugs. I was out my face.
I just took what was in front of me. I didn't care about anything, Nic.
I just took anything to survive, to get money.
Why didn't you tell me, right at the start?
Why didn't you tell me?
How could I tell you, Nic?
How could I tell you? What would you say?
What would you've done? You would have never even spoke to me.
I would've dealt with it.
But I had to hear it months down the line, off someone else.
How can you do that?
I don't understand.
I'm mixed up in this world and I'm trying my best to get out for us.
I'm doing everything that I can.
Doing everything? What are you doing?
You've been promising me things are going to change for weeks.
Things are going to change. I've heard it.
Nic, I'm a grass.
I've had to go to the police to try
and get out of this mess with Billy and Lenny.
I'm a grass, Nic.
What does that even mean?
It means that I've threw away everything
I ever stood for just for you.
I'm trying to do everything for you, for us.
Just for me? For me?
You're putting me and this baby in danger.
Do you not understand that?
I don't want to be part of your world.
Please listen to me.
I can't, I just...
I feel different.
I feel like I don't know you,
and I need to know who the person is that I love.
Nic, I care so much about you and about this baby.
Nic, you don't know what it's like.
No, I don't know what it's like. Billy Kennedy is inside my head.
He's a psychopath, Nic.
He's an absolute psychopath. You don't understand.
I'm frightened for my life, Nic.
You're scaring me, Gareth.
Look, I'm sorry.
Nic, everything I've done, I've done it for us.
I promise you, I've not done anything to try and hurt you.
I've done it to try and protect you, me and the baby.
Nic, if I could just get a job tomorrow,
just walk in and get a job, I would take a job, but I can't.
Who's going employ me, Nic?
Who's going employ a boy with a criminal record,
scars all over his face?
Who's going do it, Nic? Nobody.
I only took this job so that I wouldn't rob people.
But I'm in so deep now I can't get out, Nic.
I just can't get away from these guys.
So, what do you expect me to do?
I don't expect you to do nothing. I'm just asking...
I'm asking that you trust me, please.
And give this, just give it time.
And I'm so sorry about Mrs O'Hara.
I'm so sorry about Mrs O'H... She's...
She's an old woman...
and you broke her jaw -
I'll never understand that.
I will never understand how you can do that,
and stand there and lie to me about it this morning.
I was ashamed.
So you should be.
It makes me feel sick.
I trusted you.
Please don't do this, Nic. You're all I've got, please.
I think you should go.
I want you to go.
Hey. Hey, I want a word with you!
Don't you walk away from me. Jimmy told me what you done.
If it's Nicole you're worried about, then don't.
I just saw Gareth.
Jimmy told me about Molly.
Hey, you deserve the best...and he's not it.
You listen to me. He bothers you again in the future, you call me.
And you'll do what?
I'm just saying, you're well out of it.
You're better off without him.
Better off on my own, again.
You're not on your own.
You've got me, Zinnie...
Gabriel, he was going be my baby's dad.
I know you're hurting just now.
But trust me, you can do much, much better.
Just go, will you?
You know where I am if you need me.
Everything all right with Nicole?
She was looking for you earlier.
Well, she found me, Stevie.
I'll be there.
OK, we're going to need a full team on this,
including an armed unit. Sir. Cooper.
Thanks to DS Grant, we now know how, where and when
the drugs are coming in.
What about Gareth, sir? We pull him out, right?
No, no, we arrest him along with everyone else and then, when
it's all over, he goes into witness protection and we're home and dry.
I want you to watch the boatshed.
So, you asked him to leave?
You won't understand.
So, what was it?
What did he do?
I really thought we were going to be a family. I know.
And now I'm going to have people queuing up to tell me I was wrong.
I know what they all think of him. What?
Same as you -
he's just a wee ned. I never said that.
Nic, it's your life. It doesn't matter what other people think.
Do you want him back?
It's just heartburn.
SHE GROANS IN PAIN
How long's it been going on? All day.
That is not heartburn. I'm taking you to the Health Centre.
No. I'll be fine. I'm not chancing it. I'm getting your coat.
This is control. All units in place?
Want a coffee? No, thanks.
Come on, it's bound to be good.
Yep, I was right.
Take a seat.
What's wrong, Nicole?
I've been getting really sore stomach pains...and I'm dizzy.
Have you been sick at all? Yeah.
Nic, you could've told me. You were right to bring her in.
I would really like Doctor Stubbs to take a look at you, OK?
She's going to be all right though, isn't she? What about the baby?
I'm sure you'll both be fine.
SHE GROANS IN PAIN
The minute Doctor Stubbs is free, I will ask her to see you, OK?
So, where are we off to, Billy? The docks.
Kennedy's in transit with Gareth.
How do we handle him?
We arrest him, along with everyone else.
Kennedy will have told him not to say anything,
so when it comes to court we just accept the defence counsel's
plea that he was only ever a driver - no knowledge beyond that.
He gets off.
Will Kennedy buy that?
Gareth knew what he was getting into.
Murdoch's also on the move. What about Marsden?
On his way.
Control to all units, we're moving to amber.
Moving to Amber.
Could you take a look at Nicole, please? What's the problem?
She has been having dizzy spells. Nausea? Anything abdominal? Yes.
Nicole, you all right?
Right, help me get her through. OK. Just lean on me...
SHE SCREAMS Nic!
What's happening? Ambulance, Tattie, now.
Tell them to hurry.
Lenny's at the boatshed. Something's going on.
Zinnie, what's going on? It's Nic, she's collapsed.
BP is 140 over 90. She's hypertensive.
There's no antepartum bleeding
but she reports dizziness, headaches, nausea,
and pain to her abdomen.
Nicole! Try stay calm, Mr Brodie.
What's wrong with her?
I think Nicole has what's called pre-eclampsia.
It's not uncommon in first pregnancies. OK, so...
She's going to need an emergency C-section.
It's a very dangerous condition for mother and baby.
Well, how dangerous?
It can be life-threatening.
Right, OK, you go with them.
I'll jump in a taxi and follow you down there, all right?
Gabriel, you need to go - you're next of kin.
Right, well, I'll make sure Zinnie gets there safely.
All units, standby.
BOTH MEN SPEAK GREEK
All units, Marsden is heading towards the ship.
He's going through the paperwork.
Still no sign of Kennedy.
Billy didn't get where he is without showing caution.
Marsden's in. He's making the collection.
He has hands on.
Let's see him try to talk his way out of this one.
Now get us out of here, now!
We've lost Kennedy.
Control to all units, no-one shows until I say.
Go! All units, go!
Armed police! Get out of the car with your hands in the air!
Out of the vehicle, now! Get down! Armed police!
Get out the vehicle!
Armed police! Get down!
Stay down! Get down on the ground!
Get down! Armed police! Stay down! Don't move!
Step away from the vehicle.
Get down! On your knees, get down!
Well, Mr Marsden...
it's not your day.
Get him down the station.
Where are you going?
Should I not come in with you?
Get back to Shieldinch. Keep your phone on and I'll call you later.
But, Billy... What?
Don't you need me here? Going toe just beat it, will you?
The police were at the docks.
There was an undercover guy at the gate. And?
He saw me. I saw him. You think you were followed?
We need to get this stuff out of here and disposed of it,
and everything else that could tie us to this place.
Right, come on, come on. Do it! Do it!
I got a text from him in the car, I haven't heard from him since.
Do you think the police got him? Who knows?
And the gear? Aw, man.
Half a million quid! I know.
I sent him back to Shieldinch.
Just tell me, is she going to be OK?
We must deliver the baby as soon as possible.
Any delay could endanger them both.
Let me call Gareth. Just forget about him, Zinnie.
She's seizing again. We need to get her to theatre now. Nicole!
Kennedy's still at the boat shed with Murdoch.
Looks as though they've sent Gareth away on some sort of errand.
If Kennedy is acting normally with Gareth,
perhaps he doesn't suspect anything yet.
So, how do you want to play it with Marsden, sir?
He can deny involvement all he likes - we caught him red-handed.
He'll do time for the drugs, no question.
He's up to his eyeballs in it with those two, we just can't prove it.
We need to get him to name names.
We're going to need some leverage if he's going to start talking.
The only thing we can do is dangle the carrot
of a more lenient sentence, I guess.
For that amount of heroin? Well, it's worth a try.
You know the score. What do we do next?
Wait for the police to make a move? Just keep the heid, will you?
Billy, I could do 12 years here. We've not made a bean.
What about Pedro?
Are you sure he's not going to talk? He's not that stupid.
Away up the road, you.
There's no need for the two of us to be here.
Go on. I'll keep you clued up. Go on.
Come on. Come on. Move it, guys! Come on!
TAPE RECORDER BEEPS
Interview commences with Mr Peter Marsden
and his representative at 1502 hours.
Present are DS Rachel Grant and DCI Craig Donald.
Mr Marsden, what exactly is your relationship with William Kennedy?
Old friends. And Lenny Murdoch?
He's somebody Billy knew.
And you're in business together?
I'm showing Mr Marsden exhibit RG179 through to RG182.
These were taken yesterday.
Can you identify any of the other associates of Billy Kennedy
arriving along with you?
No. I don't know them.
You were at a meeting with them less than 24 hours ago
and you look very friendly.
Want to tell us what the meeting was about?
Well, we had that meeting bugged, so I can tell you.
You were discussing the importation of the goods
we found in your possession at the docks today...
namely uncut heroin with a street value
running into tens of millions of pounds.
Mr Marsden, we caught you taking possession of the drugs.
You're going down for a long time.
Why should Kennedy and all the others
be at liberty while you're not?
We will get the others.
Maybe not all, but certainly Kennedy.
If you help us achieve that, it might buy you favour
when it comes to sentencing.
The Sheriff does have a number of tariff options open to him,
within reason, of course.
Naturally, you'd have to have displayed a willingness to help.
We want names.
Everyone involved in the supply line.
Everyone responsible for distribution.
We know you're connected to Frank Conroy. Who else?
I've no comment to make.
Just give us Kennedy and Murdoch, we'll do the rest.
You're on your own.
So, what do we do now, sir?
Well, we're left with Gareth - he's our best asset as things stand.
Should we think about pulling him out, sir?
Kennedy's going to eventually work it out and,
until then, Gareth's living on borrowed time.
No. We need Gareth to stay undercover.
I want Billy Kennedy off my streets once and for all,
and he is our best chance of doing that.
He's as much riding on this as anyone else.
Well, let's just hope they don't find the wire.
What're you doing here? What're you on about, Stevie?
Nicole. What about her? She just collapsed in the Health Centre.
She's away to the hospital. Did you not know?
He could've planted the bug.
Maybe he's been playing you all along. No, Pedro's clean.
We need to be looking further down the food chain.
I said get out.
Just tell me, is Nicole and the baby all right?
No, she's not going to be all right.
She's fighting for her life in there.
I've given you everything, that you asked for.
Now, please, just let me go.
If I let you walk out of here, you're a dead man.
I'm going toe be needing you today.
And listen, you don't have to worry about Nicole and the baby,
they'll be all right without you.
In fact, I'd go so far as to say, they'd be a much safer without you.
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