Greggs and Prez tap into the circuit of Russian prostitutes. With two sets of evidence, the detail goes to Pearlman who tells them neither crime merits a wiretap, but a drug connection could give the case legs. Rawls can't persuade Daniels to take the murders, but new evidence does. Though discord grows in Barksdale's empire, Bell tries to hold it together. Written by
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The man in the photograph on Sobotka's dartboard is one of the most hated figures in Baltimore history. Robert Isray was the owner of the Baltimore Colts; one night under cover the darkness he spirited the entire team to their new home in Indianapolis, much to the outrage of the Baltimore population. See more
I can care about you, and I can want us to be friends. And if you give me enough time, Jimmy, maybe I will actually want you to be happy. But how the hell am I supposed to trust you?
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