with a heavy object.
Most likely made of metal.
I always wondered why the scales went missing
the same time he disappeared.
The report also says they found carpet fibers.
Something terrible's happened.
Bonnie! Is that you?
Yes. I'm coming.
And the debris they found,
I'm sure the tests will eventually lead them
to the woods behind campus.
You're not going to get away with this, Annalise.
Not if you keep avoiding the police.
She loves Sam too much not to solve this.
And I know why you want to protect them,
but they're sneaking off all the time to talk.
You didn't do this. They did.
Don't let them ruin you.
I got you into this,
and it's my job to get you out of it.
Let me help you.
Because if you do,
I promise you will get away with this.
But the odds are better with me.
Without me, you go to prison.
I need you right now.
We found some evidence in the woods.
It's time you talk to us, Annalise.
Okay. Let me get my coat.
And after your fight with Sam,
what did you do? Where did you go?
I went to Nate Lahey's apartment,
where I spent an hour or so.
Following that, I went home.
Is there anyone who can corroborate this claim?
No one was at home when I returned,
and the only thing to support my claim
are the two phone calls I made --
one to my husband, who didn't answer,
and the other to my associate, Bonnie Winterbottom,
when I started to worry that Sam wasn't at home.
You recognize this?
Oh. We're all here!
Should make it easy for the cops to round us up.
I just talked to my friend
whose brother's a cop.
Apparently they found a ring in the woods.
That's why they brought Annalise in for questioning.
And so it begins.
So, you recognize this ring?
Of course I do.
I gave it to my husband on our wedding day.
Any idea why we found it in the woods?
I'm on it.
Of course I don't know how it got there.
There was also a fingerprint on the ring.
Do you know who it belongs to?
We're giving you an opportunity to come clean here, Annalise.
I don't need to tell you the benefits
of helping us do this the easy way.
Detective, I have no idea what you're talking about.
Why don't you tell me whose fingerprint it is?
you're under arrest for the murder of Sam Keating.
You have the right to remain silent.
Anything you say can and
will be used against you in a court of law.
I suppose you'll claim he didn't tell you he'd done it.
That this was all some kind of surprise for you.
Whatever the case, I do know he did it for you,
and my brother is dead because of you.
You dragged him down into the gutter, Annalise --
Just like everyone else in your life.
An arrest has been made in the death
of Middleton Wniversity professor Sam Keating.
The suspect in question,
former Philadelphia police detective Nate Lahey,
who has been romantically linked to Annalise Keating,
the wife of the murder victim.
Detective Lahey was let go
from the Philadelphia police
She did this.
department late last year...
Though sources say Lahey's former involvement
with the department will in no way affect treatment
How did she do this?
as a suspect going forward.
Does it matter?
Authorities are not releasing specifics...
She's doing what she said she'd do.
but we're told this arrest comes after the discovery
of incriminating physical evidence...
She's taking care of us.
found in the wooded area...
I need you.