The engineer Hernandez put me in touch with
says markings on the blueprint are
the courthouse's structural weaknesses.
Bombs placed under the exterior stairs by a support column
would cause the maximum damage.
Well, this guy should know.
He was a member of Local 76, Demolition.
Colin knows a lot about making things blow up.
Looks bad for this guy, boss.
Yes, it does.
But it doesn't mean that Ferro's clean.
He could be double-crossing someone
he was working with to throw us off his scent.
We need to play this smart. First thing we do,
we find out absolutely everything we can on Colin Murphy.
All right, just keep looking straight ahead.
Everyone thinks we're a couple,
no one's gonna give us a second glance.
Yeah, well, the cops almost caught me.
I led them straight to Murphy's house.
I hope they will find something incriminating.
Kevin always said you were smart.
Wasn't sure you'd come.
My husband gave you his six-month knife.
Kevin wouldn't give it to a bad man.
I don't know what I'm gonna do without him.
Hey, if you can make it through the next six months--
all the grief, all the pain...
you can make it through anything.
You can do this, okay?
The man who killed Kevin, he's evil.
Heard on the radio he put the courthouse bomb
under an exterior support column
to kill as many people as he could.
Please be careful.
Court transcripts are in there, along with some spare clothes.
You need to change up your look.
You can do this, Ronnie.
Penny, what do you got?
Check this out. Rundown of the subway victims
has the name Kyle Merrick.
Merrick was the CEO of the company Murphy sued.
His experts' testimony sank the case.
So you think he had him blown up?
Chasing down Murphy's family, not a pretty picture.
After he lost his job and the lawsuit,
his wife left him, took the kid.
Court-appointed psychiatrist deemed Murphy potentially unstable.
So he blows up the court system.
How does this get us back to our boy Ferro?
Boss, we've been looking under every rock
and the dirt under those rocks,
and so far, not a single instance
of contact between Murphy and Ferro prior to today.
Okay. Got it. Guy reported his phone stolen.
Security camera picked up Mike Ferro swiping it.
Shit. Okay. Maybe he'll call his wife again.
Not making calls. Doing research.
Mall cops left a five-block radius.
- Mall cops do us right? - And how.
This camera shows what Mike Ferro was looking at--
nothing but stuff about Colin Murphy--
他的事故 诉讼 地址
his accident, lawsuit, his address.
Hold on. That doesn't make sense.
If Ferro and Murphy are working together,
that means they know each other.
Why would you research someone you already know?
好吧 很好 你赢了 联♥系♥联调局
Okay, fine. You win. Reach out to the Feds.
Tell them I want to use facial recognition software
on that image in the immediate area of the subway stop
an hour before to an hour after the attack.
You punched a Fed a couple hours ago.
好吧 告诉他们我很抱歉 然后让他们这么做
Well, tell them I'm sorry, then tell them to do it.
Use that guilt thing you do so well.
I had years of experience.
I knew how to handle explosives.
Lay witness opinion, Your Honor.
I ask that Mr. Murphy be held in contempt
if he refuses to answer questions properly.
Feds got this from a security camera at a subway exit.
It's about 20 seconds before the blast.
This guy right here, look familiar?
Am I crazy, or is he wearing a black hoodie?
Not for long. Watch.
If you watch a little longer,
you actually see the psycho go back down into the subway
to get a look at his handiwork.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
Looks like I owe you and Stamell a soda pop, young lady.
I was wrong.
We're shifting gears.
We need to put out an alert
that Mike Ferro is no longer our target.
Every cop in Los Angeles needs to know that immediately.
We cannot allow an innocent man to get shot.
The cops will be educated pretty quick.
It'll take longer for the information to permeate the public.
Then get on it.
Ladies and gentlemen, Colin Murphy is our new fugitive.