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Structural Corruption 

The mysterious suicide of a brilliant but unfocused CalSci engineering major leads Eppes and Charlie to the site of an iconic building.

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Don Eppes
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Alan Eppes
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David Sinclair
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Terry Lake
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Elliot Cole
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Dr. Michael Sabello
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Eva Salton
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Gaar Haybridge
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Rachel
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Finn's Dad
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Finn Montgomery
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Brian Malone
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Bob Mazzelli
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Finn Montgomery (21), an architecture student at Charlie's college's, is found under a bridge, apparently suicide by jumping. Charlie insists the body didn't land right. Finn was on anti-depressive pills, having recently been dumped and reported a fellow student who was expelled in a fraud case. Charlie discovers Finn has discovered, but not detailed, a construction flaw in tycoon Elliot Cole's prestige skyscraper. As Finn contacted him, the architect and the construction firm, they may have motives. Written by KGF Vissers

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Don't Do Me Any Favors
Written by Barbara L. Jordan, and William Peterkin
Performed by Pat Hodges
Courtesy of Heavy Hitters Music
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