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Malick was found dead earlier this morning.
Someone had made a concerted effort
to disguise the fact that he'd been murdered.
So why don't we start with what you know about that?
I want to meet.
Whatever you want.
You know I've only ever wanted what's best for you.
He knows about us.
He knew there was someone.
'The sooner we're gone the better.
'We can't all just run away forever.
'What else can we do?
'We have to get it sorted,
'and we need to be able to protect ourselves.'
-'I don't have time for your games.'
Where is my drugs?
Keep the boot open.
Here you go.
-'Shut up and listen, you're a family man.
'You know that if you grass me, you wouldn't be the first I'd do.'
How d'you get on?
I've fixed it.
A friend of mine, a developer...
he's willing to lend you 100K for 30 days.
The terms aren't that great, as you might expect.
20% interest for the first month.
Yeah, well, that's fine.
-That's 20 grand.
-I can do sums.
If you go over the 30 days, there'll be a daily charge.
Hamish, were you always this boring?
Lenny, this is serious.
You don't repay this loan in time, you could lose everything.
You've no idea.
And you agree to put up the Tall Ship as collateral.
And Amber Cabs.
Will I get the money by 12?
Where do I sign?
Something else I want you to do for me.
I want to change my will.
There's plenty time for that. Call into the office.
I want it done now.
Anything there is goes to Cal, OK?
The rest of them are big enough to look after themselves...
There'll be paper work.
Well, get on with it, will you?
I'll be back later with papers for you to sign.
And the money?
MOBILE PHONE VIBRATES
Feeling the cold, son?
Close the door.
Malick is dead.
Oh, no, I wasn't there, nothing to do with me.
Don't even think of trying to put me in the frame.
I'd no gripe with Malick.
Maybe your pal Billy did?
Two things. First, Billy is not my pal and never has been.
And yous were the ones
that sent him back from Spain with a spring in his step.
I told you he was a liability, keep him clear.
If you wanted proof of that, maybe you've got it.
Where is he, anyway?
I don't know.
It is your business to.
Well, don't you worry. Finding Billy is top of my to-do list.
After we're cleared.
That is going to be sooner than I thought.
It was one thing having the Revenue over all your businesses,
it is another being in the middle of a murder investigation.
It is too risky.
We are getting out.
The consignment is going back to Spain for redirection.
that's fine with me.
You are not bothered that you are out of a job?
I'm sure I'll find something else to do with myself.
That was never my game, anyway.
I will need the money you owe.
A couple of hours, tops.
Do I look like I want to hang about?
I'll take you, we'll get your merchandise.
By that time I'll have the cash.
Your cousin, the boat.
You ring me when it's set.
Ah, well, let's go.
HE SPEAKS SPANISH
Listen, listen, I'll find it, OK?
-You think so?
-I just need some time.
I don't need to point out that this is a serious problem.
You see this, this is Kennedy.
He's trying to set me up.
So here it is.
You've got until three o'clock to find my goods.
You don't find it...
I will start working my way through everyone you know to see
if they can help me out.
I get it.
Is this why Malick is dead?
He found out you messed up?
No, no chance.
And please, remember this,
you are not just dealing with me.
You are dealing with my entire family.
You cross me, you cross them.
We will keep coming until we have what is owed.
I'll sort it.
and where are you going?
Oh, the infirmary?
Nothing serious, I hope?
Oh, poor soul.
Get the High Fibre in for him when he comes home.
I had that done once,
I couldn't go for a week.
Well, that's you booked in.
And the driver'll give two rings. Cheery-bye!
It's called passing the time of day.
Not that you'd know anything about that.
All right, Mrs O'Hara?
Oh, help my boab.
If it's no' the taxman, it's the polis!
Sorry, I thought I'd check in
and see if you remembered anything else about the other night?
I have already told you everything.
Which is more than you've told me.
What's this all about, anyway?
I'd like you to take a look at this number plate.
Can you tell me which one of your drivers uses this cab?
I wouldn't know off the top of my head.
Well, can you check?
What's this about?
I just need you to confirm for me that Jimmy was working last night.
And I'll need a list of all the jobs he took.
What's happening with Malick's car?
It was being lifted from Amber Cabs as I left.
Forensics should be getting a start on it.
His phone is somewhere near the pub too.
Or at least it was this morning when we rang it.
We've lost the signal since then.
Everything's pointing to The Tall Ship.
I've spoken to the taxi office.
Jimmy Mullen was definitely driving that cab.
It was his last job of the day,
a five-to-midnight pick-up from the pub,
and the caller specifically requested him.
And get a couple of search warrants.
If he comes in there looking to store anything,
you let me know, OK?
I got your message.
I need you to do something for me.
I'm up to my neck already!
Shut up and listen, will you?!
Yesterday I took delivery of a truckload of merchandise.
-What kind of merchandise?
The stuff you sell on for six figures.
And now it's gone.
Do you think Kennedy's took it?
The Spanish have sent some guy over to collect, OK?
I'm meeting him at three o'clock.
If I don't have that merchandise, I'm a dead man.
-But it's not just me.
-How do you mean?
I want you to take the money you got from the safe,
OK, you get Cal, Madonna, Kelly-Marie, them all. You get them away.
Anywhere! Anywhere but here, OK?
How will I convince them to come with me? I'm not exactly flavour of the month, am I?
Just think of something, will you? They should've been out of here, and I mean 20 minutes ago.
What you going to do?
First thing I'm going to do is track down the merchandise.
Then, I'm going to track down Billy.
And finish this.
Amen to that.
Scarlett, it's me.
I need to talk to you.
No, it can't wait.
I'll see you at the backcourts, two minutes, all right?
'Got a wee delivery job for you, Jimmy.
'Get yourself to flat three, second floor, Henning's Rise.'
The thing is...
'And don't forget our wee chat about family.'
Tommy, my man, how's sunny Liverpool?
Aye, that deal we talked about...
turns out I can double the quantity. If you're interested?
Ah, thought you might be.
But we need to play canny here.
Discretion is the watchword.
If they figure out the source,
or that it was me who put it your way...
Anyway, you get the picture.
Oh, there was another wee thing.
The driver that's bringing the delivery,
he's seen way too much.
I don't want him coming home.
Aye, if you could arrange something your end
I'll make it worth your while.
Listen, something bad's happening...
-Just trust me, all right.
We need to get the kids away from here.
They're in danger. You all are.
This is Lenny, isn't it?
Oh, no! Not again!
What's going on?
What we got?
Nothing yet. Probably more to be had up the stairs. You?
Same. But we'll keep going though, something'll turn up.
I know everything's pointing towards Murdoch
but I wouldn't mind being able to place Kennedy in this somewhere.
Any joy tracking him down?
No. But there's a team on it.
Anything on Mullen?
I'm going to make a start upstairs.
Right, you two, let's go.
Mate, any chance of turning that down?
-Up there, Mr Burns.
-Do you mind no' calling me that?
I didn't know we had so many good colouring-in people here.
That's very good. You're staying in the lines.
I've got some big news.
We're going on holiday.
Soon as yous can pack a bag.
Aye, I got a last-minute deal for a cottage on the west coast, it's by the beach.
What about work?
Pull a sickie. What chance are we going to get this year
of getting another break away, eh? Come on, start packing.
Right, yous two, come on,
let's look for your jim jams.
Get them packed!
What's going on?
What? Am I not allowed to treat my family now and again?
Like a proper dad?
Aye, something like that.
Better get packing then, eh?
MOLLY: 'You still on the loose?'
What you talking about?
'Whatever you got up to in the taxi the other night, they're on to it.'
I didn't get up to anything.
'When're you going to grow up
'and stop playing cops'n'robbers, Jimmy Mullen?'
Gabriel, answer the door, it's me.
Look, I need a favour.
Kennedy's got me doing a job and Lenny's looking for him.
But, I know where he is.
It was flat three, 2 Henning's Rise. Can you tell Lenny?
Why don't you?
I can't get hold of him. And, look, I'm...
up to my neck in it with Kennedy.
This is a way out. Please.
I'll pass it on.
Right, I owe you.
Can I have a word?
Will it take long? It's just I'm going away with the family for a few days.
-I'm afraid you'll to have to postpone it.
I'm detaining you under section 14 of the Criminal Procedure Scotland Act of 1995.
You are required to provide your name, address and date of birth.
-You do not have to answer any further questions
but if you do your answers may be taken down in evidence, do you understand?
What's this about?
We have reason to suspect you of aiding and abetting in the murder of Paul Malick.
How long are we going to be away for?
Just go, eh?
Jimmy Mullen's just been lifted.
That's nothing. Look at this.
TV: 'Police have confirmed the identity
'of a body hit by a train in Glasgow,
'as that of leading defence lawyer Paul Malick.
'Police are now treating the death as suspicious
'and not as suicide, as was first thought.'
Fellow members of the legal profession
have expressed their condolences and voiced concern that
one of their profession may have been targeted by organised crime.
In the name of God, what now?
Can I help you?
This is a present.
For Lenny Murdoch's grandson.
Goodbye for now.
You need to tell me what the hell's going on.
Good work. I'll check these out.
These. They look like a good match for Malick's car.
So, we've got the car, the keys, the glass.
The late-night phone call to Amber Cabs from the Tall Ship flat.
Whatever happened, happened here.
You're going to have to bring in Lenny Murdoch.
Any news on Kennedy yet?
Billy killed Malick.
We don't know that.
Oh, get real. Of course he did!
Malick's a big deal.
Even Billy's not stupid enough to take somebody like that out.
No, not when he's thinking straight. But he isn't.
We're out of time.
We've got a gun. We're safe.
-That's what Paul Malick thought.
Have you not been listening to me? I know Billy.
He'll find us wherever we go.
He's not going to have far to look.
He's still in Glasgow.
You know where he is?
..he's going to kill us.
I'll do it myself.
You got it, then?
How about, "Thanks for the money, Hamish?"
The changes to your will.
Listen, you need to go down to the cop shop.
They've lifted Jimmy Mullen. He's going to need a decent rep.
You look like you might need me more.
OK, tell me what's happening.
Later. Right now I need to find Billy.
He's got something I want.
I am gonnae kill Lenny. I really am.
Come on. Come on.
Bubba, it's me, again.
Look, you need to come home, right away.
And we need a motor.
Just call me when you get this, all right?
When he gets that he'll be here.
Aye, and when's that going to be?
You know what he's like at checking his phone.
-He could be on a job miles away.
-Gonnae just calm down, all right?
I'll calm down when we've got Cal and Madonna out of here!
That'll be Bob now. Where's the phone?
Cal. What are you doing?
You not away on your holidays yet, son?
A Spanish man was here.
Listen, get your granny on the phone a wee minute.
I've got to find my truck.
Don't... Cal, don't put...
Did you answer that phone?
-Was it Uncle Bob?
Any sign of Murdoch?
Not yet. There's a call out on him. He won't last long.
Not if he's been taking tips on hide and seek from Billy Kennedy.
-Any further with him?
-No. Nothing since he gave us the slip at the hotel.
All we do know is that he's not on a flight back to Spain.
Other than that, he could be anywhere.
Och, well, at least we've got Jimmy Mullen to be talking to.
Is he ready to go?
Sir? Murdoch's on line one. Says it's urgent.
Set to go?
I need protection, for the family.
Round the clock. 24/7.
Why? What's happened?
Kennedy's lost the plot.
Where is he?
But he's out there.
And it's not just him.
'He's bringing trouble to my door.'
You have to be more specific.
I just need you to tell me...
..yous'll take care of Cal,
and the rest of the family.
Because they need looked after.
Listen, CID are not at your beck and call, Lenny.
Not least since you're currently evading arrest in connection with a murder.
Can you come down the station and then we can talk?
We've got his location.
If you don't protect them,
they're in serious danger.
Well, you've already got Gareth O'Connor's blood on your hands.
'Let's not have any more mistakes, eh?'
You going to help me?
What are you going to give me?
'What are you going to give me?'
What's going on?
We've got no time. I'll explain on the way.
Did you get the motor?
Aye, but I cannae just swan off somewhere, I've got MOTs booked and everything.
Then cancel them. This is more important.
Will yous two just slow down and tell me what's happening here?
Lenny Murdoch is what's happening here.
-He's in trouble with some big gang. Now he reckons they're coming after us.
Don't make a fuss,
we've got no time. Get they bags down to the motor.
-KNOCK ON DOOR
I'll deal with this, all right.
Everything all right?
Are you going to let him do this to us again?
This is out of order!
It's not his fault.
You going somewhere?
We were told to get out of here.
Something to do with Lenny. So we're going to the coast.
That's not such a good idea. We've got a protection squad
outside. They can look after you better here.
I can't believe this is happening!
Better to be safe than sorry, eh?
Lenny wants you to talk.
I know I work for Lenny
but you need to think very carefully about this.
Even if Kennedy goes down for Malick's murder,
he'll be able to get you from prison.
He was in jail when he took my grandson.
Then you know what you're dealing with.
We all set?
Is my family under protection?
-For how long?
As long as need be.
Permanently, if necessary.
Don't rush into any decisions.
Think about it.
Thinking isn't going to get rid of Kennedy, is it?
Neither does living in fear of him.
What do you want to do, Mr Mullen?
The right thing.
I was driving round when the call came in.
It was for a pick up from The Tall Ship.
They asked for me by name so...
I assumed it was Lenny.
I wasn't busy so it didn't bother me.
I waited outside the Ship...
..nobody came out.
I went inside.
I went upstairs...
When I got to the flat...
..there was Kennedy.
Who was dead.
He said if I didn't do it...
he would come after my family.
I did, what I did
cos I was scared for my life, for my daughter's life.
Nobody's safe when Kennedy's out and about.
I'll need you to sign a statement.
What are you doing here?
He couldn't make it.
Said you'd a job needing doing.
That's a disappointment.
I'd give you a cup of tea, but there's no power,
no clean cups, no water.
I'm feart to sit down in case I catch something.
Don't need to be so nervous, son.
All that stuff between us?
I'm moving on.
So should you. Come on.
I'll have the odd wee run I'll need you to do for me.
But I'm not going to be about much myself.
Nah. Nah, I'm offski.
It's all getting a bit messy round here.
Ah, she's no part of the plan.
You'll not be at her beck and call any more.
That'll be a relief, eh?
Seen her lately?
You asked me that yesterday.
Well, I'm asking you again the day.
No, I've not.
How would I?
You're her driver.
You're no very curious, are you?
You never asked about the job.
And you don't seem all that surprised about me and Mandy.
Do you know something I don't?
Like who she's been seeing behind my back.
You're her driver.
You know anything about that?
I can't help you.
Anyway, you steer well clear. She's a user.
There's none so blind, eh?
Did she ever tell you how we met?
She said that you wooed her with flowers. The whole bit.
I used to have some clubs in Spain.
Kids would come out on their holidays looking for a good time...
all glow sticks and disco biscuits.
But some of them, some of them didn't know when to stop.
You'd see them hanging about six months after the party's over.
Mandy was one of them.
I helped her. Let her stay at mine.
Don't know why...
We came from the same bit, knew the same people.
Point is, she was a mess back then.
Underneath it all, she's still a mess.
Popping pills, harming herself.
I've looked after her long enough.
So I'll be quite happy to pass the job onto somebody else.
I want you to take this down to Liverpool.
This is the guy.
Tommy. He's expecting Jimmy.... but you'll do.
It's really important, son, for Jimmy and his family, that you do this.
You are going to do the job, aren't you?
Otherwise, why else are you here, eh?
Aye, aye, Tommy, it's me.
The thing you were doing with the driver for me?
His name is Brodie.
Yeah, still the same deal.
A one-way trip.
Once he's handed over the gear, take him out.
You're a pal.
What are you doing here?
I could ask you the same question.
What do you want?
I'm looking for Gabriel. But you'll do even better. Where's Billy?
I need to find him.
-I don't know.
-Don't gie's it, you're married to him!
I've left him. I haven't seen him in days.
You must know where he hangs out when he's in Glasgow.
I don't. I was always in Spain when he was here.
-If I hear anything, I'll let you know.
Sure you will.
Were you expecting somebody else?
Don't mess wi' me! When'd you last see him?
About half an hour ago.
Where is he?
Just follow the smell.
You drive here?
Where's the car?
-Don't touch me.
I've been calling and calling. I thought he'd ...
See, it turns out he wasn't interested in bumping me off after all.
Do you know why?
Cos he had no idea about you and me.
But he said...
I went there to blow that man's brains out.
Thinking, if I didn't pull the trigger first
he would murder you, me and my family.
And do you know what he did?
He gave me an address,
and a big bag of smack...
and a nice wee job run to do for him the morra!
He's still alive?
Oh, aye, he's still alive.
See the funny thing is...
..I couldn't kill anyone that wasn't going to kill me first!
Have you ever told me the truth?
Gabriel, whatever he's told you, it's not true!
You know, I don't care if it is or it isnae.
I only care that you lied about it!
What, did you think it would make me love you any less?
Or was it all just another game,
part of some big plan for you
to find some numpty to murder Kennedy for you?
I lied so we could be free of him.
No, you lied so I would do your husband in.
You'd be free all right.
I don't know about me.
Just take it. Get it out my sight.
I'll get away with this.
Years of mental cruelty, assault.
Plus, after what you did to Malick?
They'll give me a medal.
Shut up, Billy! What did you tell Gabriel?
Mandy! Please, I'm bleeding to death here.
Did you tell him how we met?
Did you tell him how you used to spike the drinks of young girls?
Did you tell him what you did to them?
How you threw them away like they were nothing.
I don't think so.
He'd have blown your brains out.
You stayed, didn't you?
Back then I needed the free gear you were pushing, Billy.
my own bar, my own villa.
The only price I had to pay was you.
If this hadn't happened here, it would have happened back in Spain.
It was only a matter of time before you were put down.
You're an animal, Billy.
Aw, does it hurt? Good.
And you'll no be needing this any more.
I'm going to pull up a chair, and watch you die.
Going to try and frame me for this one as well?
You don't look good, Billy.
Let me be the judge of that.
You're making this too easy, Billy.
What's this? Fancy some winter sun, did you?
I'll be having this.
All I need now is the gear.
You're too late, pal. It's in transit.
You know how long I've waited for this, eh?
Such a long time.
To put a bullet in your sick head?
Now the moment's arrived...
it just seems too quick, Billy, too easy.
You know they say suffering's good for the soul,
and you're halfway to hell already.
I'll see you there, then, will I?
All they weeks, waiting to find out if Cal was all right.
Not knowing if he was alive, injured or worse.
You thought you got away with that.
You thought you could do that to me? To my family?
Let me tell you the worst of it.
Not knowing what was going to happen next.
Now it's your turn.
You're not gonnae be safe, not in the streets, or in the jail.
There's going to be a queue of guys lining to clip you.
But you'll not know who, and you'll not know when it's coming...
I think I'm going to enjoy that thought.
Without the drugs, you're not going to enjoy anything.
If you help us, I'll tell you where they are.
Help you? Trust you, you mean?
What could possibly go wrong there?
Yeah, I heard gunshots.
That should bring them quick enough, eh?
They'll probably bring an ambulance,
and an Armed Response Team too.
I'm going to go.
You take care, Billy.
You did good.
Well, I didn't want to keep you waiting.
Not with your suntan fading by the minute.
You think you're funny?
I have my moments.
If I ever need someone here, maybe I will give you a call.
I think you might find I've changed my number.
The Tactical Commander has been delayed.
We're going ahead anyway.
There are armed police at the front door.
In your wee hand, there you go.
There's a step here.
Up, up, up, that's it.
That's it, darlin'.
I repeat. We are armed.
Put your weapon where we can see it. And come out with your arms up.
I don't think so.
That was Jimmy.
Says he's on his way over.
He's been released.
Says everything's going to be all right.
But what does that mean?
He said Lenny told him to tell the police everything.
It was him that asked for our protection.
Aye, Billy Kennedy's been arrested for murder.
All right, sleepy-head.
I had a dream.
The bad man's gone.
I just remember thinking,
he isn't going to give up,
that rather than that he'd fight it out.
Then she was there,
I thought she had a gun.
The next 24 hours are crucial.
If she can get through that, she should make a full recovery.
How about Kennedy?
Bullet went straight through him.
We've got him in a secure ward.
Nobody goes in or out unless I say so.
I'm looking for Mandy.
Billy tried to kill her.
You think you get to walk away from a guy like him?
Those the clothes you were wearing? They'll be required for a forensic analysis.
You will also need to be examined.
Cops are out of control, shooting an unarmed woman.
It was you that put her in the line of fire, not us.
Mind, I'm a victim here.