After Bourne telephones Pam Landy and informs her that she looks tired, Landy tells him that she's found out some information about him: his real name is David Webb and he was born on "4/15/71". He then gives her a bogus address and tells her to meet him there. Of course, Vosen has Landy's phone tapped, so he secretly follows Landy over to the address, but Bourne is not there. It turns out that the meeting was a diversion, giving Bourne enough time to sneak into Vosen's office and steal documents that provide evidence of Treadstone corruption. By the time Vosen realizes the trick, returns to his office, and figures out that Bourne's supposed birthdate was actually a coded message and that the code stood for 415 East 71st Street, which just happens to be the building where Bourne was trained, Vosen and his agents get there just in time to see Bourne pass the documents to Landy. Landy races into an office and faxes off the documents. Meanwhile, Bourne has cornered Dr Albert Hirsch (Albert Finney), the man who ran Treadstone's training program. Albert reveals to Bourne, who now realizes that he is Captain David Webb, that he volunteered for Treadstone training, and that he willingly shot a man in cold blood in order to commit to the program. As CIA agents pursue him, Bourne leaps from a window onto a roof and leaps into the East River just as Vosen fires a bullet at him. In the final scene, Nicky sees a news report about the exposure of Blackbriar and the arrests of Vosen and Hirsch. Nicky smiles when the report mentions that David Webb was shot and fell into the East River but, after three days, no body was recovered. Bourne is then shown swimming in the river.