Detective Ed Green: Lieu, you ain't gonna believe this.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: Her picture's in the damn paper.
Detective Ed Green: It's a column about her father, Tom Baker. He wrote a book, and it says that she's NYPD.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: Why didn't anyone catch this and pull her off detail?
Detective Joe Fontana: It may have been too late anyway. It appeared on page thirty of the late edition.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: So Ratko pulled the trigger, but this is what got Dana killed.
Detective Joe Fontana: It's the same as if someone pushed her in front of a damn bus.
Detective Ed Green: And it was written by Veronica Drake. Now what do you think she got for outing an undercover officer?
Lt. Anita Van Buren: I'm gonna find out.
Eric Lund: I found out about Dana Baker the same day you did, when Drake's column ran in the newspaper.
Jack McCoy: Actually, I found out when her corpse landed on a police car.
Detective Ed Green: So somebody shoots her, drags her all the way up there just to throw her back down?
Detective Joe Fontana: Yeah, and bulls-eyes a squad car.
Detective Ed Green: That domestic disturbance call was bogus.
Detective Joe Fontana: I'd like to know who she pissed off.
Eric Lund: Politics is a manipulative business, Mr. McCoy. People lie all the time.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: Fontana, Green. Lieutenant Sullivan. He heard the DOA's name go out on the radio.
Lieutenant Sullivan: [looking at the victim] Oh, god.
Detective Ed Green: How do you know her?
Lieutenant Sullivan: Her real name is Dana Baker. She was on the job; one of my undercovers.
Lieutenant Sullivan: She spent the last year infiltrating an Albanian drug ring. We used heroin money to fund paramilitary groups in Kosovo.
Detective Joe Fontana: She got over as an Albanian?
Lieutenant Sullivan: Well, she spent some years in Kosovo as a teen. Her father had an embassy job with the State Department.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: We should talk to him.
Lieutenant Sullivan: He's on a flight from London. I'm gonna meet his plane at the airport.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: Okay.
Detective Ed Green: [approaching] Hey. The cell that made the 911 domestic disturbance call was a disposable, so it was probably dumped.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: Did she ever suggest that the Albanians were onto her?
Lieutenant Sullivan: No, no, no, no. I'd have pulled her out.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: Well, that phony call and her hitting the patrol car was not a coincidence. Her cover was blown.
Lieutenant Sullivan: Then she wasn't aware of it. Dana was no cowboy.