An explosion next to a cocktail party kills several participants to an international drug cartel fight conference. The fatal victims include a priest, an Ecuadorian prosecutor and, in smithereens, waitress Lisa Winnaker, who turns out to have been raped and murdered before the explosion, which was not a bomb but probably surprised the arsonist. Lisa dated Colombian judge Dolores Ramos's boisterous son Antonio, who also enjoys diplomatic immunity, a privilege jealously 'babysitted' by State Department official Alex Radswell, a midget who according to Bones abuses sympathy. Because of pins in his arms Antonio couldn't commit the stabbing; but he is not the only Ramos involved... Written by
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An individual cannot waive his/her own diplomatic immunity. An individual does not "own" their immunity. Diplomatic immunity may only be waived by the person's home government. See more
[about the explosion experiment
I don't understand what happened.
Dr. Jack Hodgins
Ohh, you know what that proves?
That you guys are idiots?
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