Because dwelling in that truth won't let you do your job.
A student killed himself?
Brian Kamens. He hanged himself in his grandma's garage.
Let me guess -- he was an altar boy getting the...
holy treatment from some of the priests here?
Not all priests are pedophiles.
Brian and Father Andrew Spent a lot of time
in the dark room together...
Then he killed himself.
That tell you enough?
Were you molesting Brian Kamens?
Of course not.
Father Bernard confronted you about what you did to Brian,
- and he was gonna report you. - I did not touch that boy.
You had to silence Father Bernard
because he knew your dirty little secret.
How dare you?
I humiliated myself in court for you, Father.
You do not get to lie to me.
Brian and I spent considerable time together.
The dark room had become
a place where he felt safe enough to tell me, his friend,
what was troubling him --
that he was being abused by someone.
And shortly after his death...
I came to learn that person was Father Bernard.
That's why I killed him.
And I'd do it again.
I was devastated knowing that Brian had been abused,
that whoever did it had driven him to kill himself.
I wanted to find that monster.
I prayed on it.
And then, one night, God brought him to me.
原谅我 天父 我有罪
Forgive me, father, for I have sinned.
He never mentioned Brian by name.
I tried to stop myself -- I did --
praying to God for his mercy,
but each time I went near him...
I couldn't stop myself.
I finally had my answer.
Give thanks to the lord, for he is good.
For his mercy endures forever.
I thought about breaking the sacrament,
reporting what he'd told me,
but I knew they'd just transfer him...
that he'd find another Brian.
I waited for the guilt to come,
and when it didn't, I was confused.
Part of me wondered if I hadn't done his will...
I know what I did was wrong.
I just don't feel it was wrong.
So we plead manslaughter instead of murder?
We can't. Father Andrew feels that it's a sin
to testify to what Father Bernard said in the confessional booth,
and evidentiary law agrees with him.
So, without that piece of information,
we can't convince a jury this was manslaughter.
What about the "Thorn Birds" angle?
You know, Richard Chamberlain, he's a priest,
gets down with his lady friend? It's pretty good.
Both Agnes and Father Andrew
claim that their relationship was Platonic.
Well, yeah. That's what I used to tell my parents
about me and our neighbor, Cole.
It's not an angle we can work right now.
Was I right, or was I right?
It all comes back to the diddlin' priests.
So, you're happy
a boy was sexually abused and then killed himself?
No, I'm happy because I'm awesome sauce.
The detective's notes on the murder book.
He has Rebecca at Griffin's fraternity
a little after midnight, right?
Get the hell out of here!
I got your text.
You still think he's worth it?
You stupid slut!
- How could you do this?! - Get off!
I never want to see either of you again!
Screaming, scratching me.
That's why my DNA is under her nails.
And that's when I see Rebecca...
The police report
says people saw Lila leave the frat house
around 12:30 A.M.
Then some guy from the basketball team
saw someone fitting Rebecca's description
between 1:00 and 2:00 A.M.
Why didn't we ever hear that?
He identified a different girl's photo.
So, it wasn't Rebecca.
Or he just picked the wrong photo.
In his statement,
the basketball player said he saw Rebecca on Spruce Road.
That's near Lila's sorority,
which means Rebecca didn't go home after the fight
like she said in her first statement,
she went to the sorority house,
which matches what she said in her confession tape.
不 你得接 否则会让她起疑
No, answer it, so she doesn't get suspicious.
Look, I'm gonna be home late tonight.
Bruce got boned by a couple of his bartenders, and he's short,
so I just got here to pick up a shift.
At the bar? Really?
You sure you want to go back there?
Yeah. It's one night. I could use the cash.
You should come by after work. Free beer.
I don't know, um...
I think we're gonna be stuck
working on this case for a while.
I love you.
Love you too.
I cannot betray my vows.
Of course you can.
You just get up on that stand, and you testify