He doesn't sleep. I wake up in the middle of the night,
he's in the living room, staring at snow on the television.
He's almost 50 years old.
We have three children, two of them are studying to be teachers.
We were respected in the community.
Suddenly, people who've known us for years
pretend they don't see him on the street.
Someone spray painted "kiddie fucker" on our driveway.
Would you like to come in?
You're very young as well.
Do you know what kind of person you're married to?
We're not married.
Then there's still time.
What did you do?
What am I looking at? Came in from the Atlanta field office.
Twelve year old girl raped and murdered
after she got off the school bus.
Adairsville, 60 miles northwest of Atlanta.
Contact the case lead, see if he'll send us more info.
Lisa Dawn Porter
disappeared after being dropped off at the driveway to her house.
Her body was found in a wooded area, ten miles away.
Cause of death was determined to be blunt force trauma to the head,
probably from this rock.
Marks indicate manual strangulation from behind.
She was a cheerleader? Majorette.
They march with the school band, twirl batons.
What else do we know about her?
By all reports, she was a good girl.
No drugs, no alcohol, no boyfriends anyone knows of.
不嗑药 不喝酒 没有男朋友
Autopsy indicates that she was a virgin before all this.
Low risk victim, low risk setting.
Her clothes were disheveled,
there was no debris on them, no dirt, no leaves.
上面没有碎屑 没有尘土 没有落叶
They think she was raped in a vehicle, but killed in the woods.
Disheveled how? The buttons were misaligned.
So she undressed, probably when the unsub raped her,
and then she got dressed again in a hurry.
He either allowed her to do it or he encouraged it.
He put the coat over her face?
That's how she was found. It was yellow.
A young couple noticed it walking through the woods.
What do you think that means?
If he places it over her head,
it's like he's covering up what he's done.
Maybe he's ashamed? Okay.
That's consistent with her getting dressed.
He's concerned for her.
In that way that child rapists can be concerned.
Let's say there's shame. What does that tell us about him?
This might be his first murder? Good.
He's young? How young?
Maybe another teenager? Someone that knew her?
Even 12 year olds rarely comply, takes real strength.
Mid to late 20s? That's where I'd put him.
He intercepted her between the bus stop and her home
only a short distance away.
It's possible he knew when she was coming home from school.
The woods where she was found
is a known make out spot for locals, so...
he's likely from the area. Good.
Maybe they knew each other? Can't assume that.
He could have threatened her at gun or knifepoint.
Absolutely. If he knew her schedule,
then he probably planned the kidnapping,
which means he likely planned the rape.
But did he plan the murder?
What does the crime scene tell us?
He left the body in full view at the scene of the murder.
He left the murder weapon by the body. And the yellow jacket?
It's the opposite of hiding her.
All of this indicates a disorganized, spontaneous act.
He planned the rape, he didn't plan the murder.
He might even feel bad about it. Nice.
Thanks. So I should get back to them
and tell them what we're thinking.
Are they expecting to hear back?
Yeah. This isn't just an exercise, is it?
是啊 这不只是演习 不是吗
School bus dropped her off right there.
Eighty yards to the driveway, a hundred yards to the house?
Did she even make it to the driveway?
Well, her mother was home.
She didn't see anything, hear anything.
So he probably picked her up on the road.
We think someone was waiting for her,
knew when the bus would drop her off.
Think she knew him? Unclear.
You checked out family, friends?
Looking into it. No red flags so far.
We're sure there's no boyfriend in the picture?
All her girlfriends say no, even on the sly.
Was she popular?
Family said she was... gregarious.
Majorette? That's right.
The outfit is flashy. Shows off her legs.
Might have been what caught his eye.
Did she wear it to school?
They found it in her backpack.
A stranger who knew her schedule.
He must have been watching her.
Who would have reason to be out here? This is farmland.
Well, I can check.
The area where she was found, it was familiar to locals?
It's known as a lovers' lane.
Lovers' lane? Jesus.
Could he have thought of it as a date?
He truly was not thinking ahead.
We don't believe the unsub planned the murder.
He certainly didn't try to cover it up.
Like Gregg said,
if he knows about a lovers' lane, he could be from the area.
And it might not be his first rape.
See what records you've got
on young men in the Floyd and Bartow Counties.
Yep. How often does this get done?
They've been cleared around the power lines.
Well, this is rural Georgia.
Not very often.
Well, those limbs are freshly cut.
You think a service crew might have been out here?
I just got off a call with Floyd County.
They say they recently questioned
a guy about the rape of a 13 year old girl.
He works for a tree limbing service.
They say he spent a week on the Porter's street.
Name's Darrell Gene Devier, 24 years old.
High school dropout.
Was in the army, went AWOL, discharged after seven months.
Couldn't handle the military. Disorganized.
Makes sense. Single? Married?
Married and divorced twice. Living with his first ex wife.
Sexually and socially competent, if indecisive.
Can't get over the young girls.
Every afternoon, he watches Lisa get off the bus.
She's got a sunny disposition, maybe she even talks to him.
He sees her in her majorette outfit.
It makes her look a little older than 12,
and he's able to justify his attraction to her,
maybe even fantasize that she would enjoy having sex with him.
But once he's assaulted her, she is terrified,
she's in pain, she's crying.
Not fun. The fantasy's over.
He realizes, to get away with it, he has to kill her.
他意识到 想要脱身 必须杀了她
Has her get dressed, he'll let her go.
When she turns around, he strangles her.
But it's harder than he thought, he can't finish.
So he picks up a rock.
After, perhaps shocked at what he's done or ashamed,
he puts the coat over her head.
We're getting a warrant to search his car.
We'll bring him for a lie detector test. Not recommended.
The outcome of the polygraph
can depend on the quality of the questions.
We use it all the time. It's standard procedure.
If he's a sociopath, he doesn't register emotions the way we do.
Wait, you said he might be ashamed for what he's done.
Now, how's that square with a sociopath?
Murdering a little girl?
He had the confidence to take a human life.
If he beats the polygraph, he'll think he's Superman.
Thanks for coming up.
It's always a pleasure to see daylight. What's the bad news?
We have a branch of the Department of Justice
called the Office of Professional Responsibility.
That sounds very bad.
They look into allegations of official misconduct.
Usually there's nothing to it,
but they can make your life difficult.
They are considering
investigating the unit for a civil rights violation.
Is this about Brudos?
This is about Richard Speck.
He was jumped by a couple inmates
after the interview conducted by Agents Tench and Ford.
Claimed they made a public show of his meeting with the FBI,
didn't respect his safety.
How the agents interact with
the prison administration is not my purview.
Understood. That's not really the charge I'm worried about.
Speck also wants to cite Agent Ford for "fucking with his head."
No, but we have all suffered Agent Ford's head fucking.
Indeed. So it has an ominous ring of truth.
What is the format for evaluating the subjects?
There is a short script and a questionnaire,
but the agents don't always adhere to it.
Why did you mention Brudos?
During his interview, Brudos was obfuscating,
so the agents brought in a woman's shoe
to elicit a response.
Was that part of the script?
If I were being polite, I'd call it bad improvisation.
I'm asking all of this because no one's crying for Richard Speck.
He can file a complaint and they are required to look into it.
But these internal affairs types
justify their existence by finding dirt,
and I want to make sure there's nothing here.
Nothing that I can think of. Good.
Tell the boys that the OPR
would like to see them at their earliest convenience.
They should take all their materials, everything Speck related.
You know, I don't want to be their boss.
I'll be the boss. You be the messenger.
fucking Richard Speck filed a complaint? That piece of shit.
We violated his rights.
Those morons at Joliet didn't do a thing I asked.
Okay, so tell the OPR that.
It sounds like it is just a formality.
It's a pain in the ass.
It shows they're interested in us.
Take everything that you've got on Speck.
Like what? Like the file, the tape, transcript.
比如呢 档案 磁带 转录文本
You're coming with us.
The transcript is fine.
Please state your names.
Special Agent William Tench.
Special Agent Holden Ford.
Special Agent Gregg smith.
In what capacity do you serve the Federal Bureau of Investigation?
For the record.
We're in the Behavioral Science Unit.
How would you summarize what you do?
Research. Could you be more specific?
We're engaged in a study
funded by the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
and the National Institute of Justice
to interview criminals convicted of violent crimes,
classify their behavior,
and create a profiling manual for domestic law enforcement.
You're here because we have complaints filed against the Bureau
by the Illinois Department of Corrections on behalf of an inmate
who claims you knowingly put him in danger with your visitation.
Richard Speck. That's right.
If I may, we made arrangements
that we felt would guarantee his safety.
When we arrived,
the deputy warden took it upon himself to ignore all of them.
Were these verbal arrangements, written? Written.
I have their faxed agreement to our terms.
Agent Ford, you're directly named in the complaint.
The inmate said you, quote, "fucked with his head,"
I'm sure the nature of my questioning
brought back uncomfortable memories.
You asked him about... The night he killed eight women.
His sexual performance. Stuff like that.
Are these questions prepared in advance?
We work from this.
But every subject is different.
We usually have to improvise.
With Speck, I applied a slightly aggressive interview style,
tried to speak his language.
Speak his language?
Get into his rhythm.
I'm assuming you have a record of the interview.
We have a transcript.
Where did this come from? Tape of the interview.
Tape? You have the tape?
We reuse our tapes.
I'm afraid that we erased that interview.
You erased the interview?
We recommend you do not do that in the future.
I'm assuming your funding
would cover the purchase and archiving of audio tapes.
Are there other materials you have to share with us?
These are the pre and post interview notes on the inmate.
Should be everything.
Gentlemen, we'll review these
and keep you updated on our findings.
What we expect from you during this process,
more than anything, is candor.
Richard Speck, what a shit stain, huh?
Read to the end.
We should have kept the tape just for that.
Fascinating. Thanks, guys.
I'm soaking. I sweat right through my shirt.
I noticed. I'm not good at this.
It's over, you did fine.
What should we do with the tape? Destroy it?
Probably. Where is it?
In my desk. Just give it to me.
This whole thing makes me nervous.
You said that, Gregg.
It's a prison interview, not Watergate.
What's going on? Maybe you can tell us that.
Holden, would you care to do the honors?
What did you tell the Office of Professional Responsibility?
Nothing. There was nothing there.
We gave them a transcript, that's all.
So you're in on this, too?
Well, Agent Ford approached me...
Do not say, "Holden made me do it."
Sorry, I apologize.
I don't even know where to begin. Wendy?
Eight ripe cunts"?
Sure, let's start there.
Jesus, not this again.
Did you have Gregg redact it?
So you must have known it was sensitive.
Sensitive for some people.
Meaning me. I don't like it either.
We can't like everything we do.
We're talking to serial killers.
Serial killers"? New terminology.
"连环杀手" 那是新术语 "
So you're gonna say and do whatever you want.
Never mind that we are answerable to the LEAA and the NIJ.
This study is funded with Congressional dollars, taxpayer money,
which means your interviews are public record.
I would've left it as is.
I really don't have a problem with this being public.
All of us have to go along
with whatever you consider to be appropriate?
We've never discussed what's appropriate.
Of course we have. We haven't made decisions.
There's no procedural rule book for how to talk to these people.
We spent a month drawing up that questionnaire.
It is a framework for substantive input.
It doesn't always work. You haven't let it work.
You're so impatient,
you weren't in there three minutes with Speck
before you got him going with the cunt speak.
That's when he admitted to raping only one of the women.
You want truffles, you gotta get in the dirt with the pigs.
No, we don't.
We are the FBI.
Look at that board.
Look at our work.
Because of that, Bill and I were able
to identify a murderer last week in Georgia.
This is no longer a theoretical exercise.
That board is mostly the result of background research,
not priceless gems you seem to think you're mining.
It all goes together, Wendy.
Everything we do informs the bigger picture.
That's right, and if our tactics blow back on us,
then the whole thing could be jeopardized.
We have at least 40 convicts to interview,
the data will aggregate...
There is no need to wait that long.
What happened in that meeting?
I lied. I outright lied to the OPR.
What did you say?
That I erased the Speck tape.
You gave them the redacted transcript? Yes.
They don't know about the "ripe cunts."
They don't care.
So we're all in on a little cover up here.
I can't be part of a cover up.
You told them there was no tape. Well, I was, um...
I don't do deceit very well.
There is no way they will know about the tape
unless we tell them. We just don't say a thing.
I disagree. We turn the tape over and be completely transparent.
我不同意 我们应该把磁带交上去 坦白一切
If we're caught in a lie, it'll be very bad.
I'm okay with it. I started this thing.
It is not too late to go back to the OPR.
And tell them what? The truth.
Easy for you to say, Wendy, you're a consultant.
你说这话倒是容易 温迪 毕竟你是顾问
If they open an investigation, which they will...
Burn the fucking tape.
They don't give a shit about Speck. Nobody does.
This can die right here.
We are not going to turn in the tape.
We're not going to speak about this anymore.
We will protect the unit.
But something is wrong here.
In my entire professional life, I've never been put in a position
of having to withhold information from the Bureau,
and I resent it.
Moving forward, establish clear guidelines
for the behavior in these interviews,
and you will adhere to them.
I never want to listen to a tape
where I can't tell the difference
between my agent and some incarcerated lowlife.