He knew she was pregnant.
Oh, it's just you.
Who else did you leave a thousand messages for?
- What's going on? - Not much.
Just figuring out if Rebecca killed Lila after all.
Bonnie, glad you could make it.
I'm sorry. I was just at a dinner --
This is a recording I made
of Rebecca's psych evaluation with Sam.
You taped that?
With all the lies you've told, I'm glad I did.
Look for any discrepancies with what she said
compared to police interviews.
Then I want to hear
each of your cases against the defendant.
If Rebecca's case went to trial,
then the prosecution would have argued
that Griffin and Rebecca were so high
that they killed Lila after she found them sleeping together.
What if Rebecca acted alone?
In her taped confession, Rebecca stated...
I was standing there watching Griffin pin her down.
"His hands were around her neck."
Meaning Rebecca already knew Lila was strangled
even though that was not yet public knowledge.
- Look at this. - So, How did you end up with her phone?
She left it at my apartment the night before.
But according to Sam's phone records,
Sam talked to Lila on her burner several times after that.
What was her motive then?
It's obvious -- jealousy.
Lila was beautiful. She was wealthy.
But nowhere in this confession tape
do the detectives say Lila was strangled.
Because Lila still had her phone,
which means Rebecca was lying during her psych eval.
When she found out that Lila was "breaking up with her,"
- Rebecca snapped. - Thus explaining...
She took Lila's phone...
...teen offenders with multiple arrests...
...why Rebecca's DNA...
...the photos of Sam to pin the murder...
I don't have anything.
Of course you do.
He saw Rebecca the night Lila was killed wet,
and -- and she dosed him with PCP
because she knew he was a potential witness.
PCP doesn't put you in a mental institution.
And where's the actual evidence
that this was a crime of passion?
Or are we supposed to just trust you, Mr. Walsh?
And the detectives could have told Rebecca
that Lila was strangled
before they started taping her confession.
And Rebecca lying about having Lila's phone
doesn't mean that she's a killer.
I mean, where's the facts?
of how she got Lila's body up to the water tank?
She didn't. They were already hanging out up there.
- We never did that. - Exactly.
Because everything that you're presenting is speculation.
You've been working with me for nearly six months now,
and this is the crap case you present me with?
Do I need to get the tape?
Can I help you?
I have an appointment with Ms. Keating.
I'm the new prosecutor assigned to the Nate Lahey case.
Ms. Keating was kind enough
to agree to give me a statement before trial.
Now is actually not a good time.
Hm. Well, she did confirm with me yesterday.
-抱歉 我会让她回电 -辛克莱尔女士
- I'm sorry. I'll have her call you. - Ms. Sinclair...
Would it be okay if we met at your office?
I have some house guests who could get in our way.
How about we meet at my office in an hour?
You're testifying for the prosecution?
Of course. Frank?
Don't let them out of your sight.
According to your initial interview,
you went to Mr. Lahey's apartment
after your fight with your husband?
How did Mr. Lahey react?
He was concerned for my welfare.
Was this before or after you engaged in sexual activity?
Did you have sex more than once?
Is that question really relevant?
I need a detailed timeline of that night
as we have no other witnesses to Mr. Lahey's movements.
We had sex one time.
And then you made your way home.
Yes. That's when I noticed that he was following me.
Mr. Lahey followed you home that night?
He wanted to make sure that I got home safely.
Uh, but you never reported this in your first interview.
I wanted to protect Nate.
When Nate and I arrived at the house,
Sam was in the driveway getting into his car,
about to leave town.
Sam was drunk, yelling at me.
Nate got out of his car to try to calm him down.
So Nate had to hold him back until I got inside.
So, let's be clear...
you're claiming that there was a physical altercation
between Mr. Lahey and your husband that night.
I'm not claiming anything.
I'm outside the coffee shop. Where are you?
Lila, I drove all the way down here.
Talk to me.
I'm on the roof.
I just walked in on Griffin screwing someone else.