Michael survives a murder attempt by a killer posing as corrupt Cayman banker Gustava. Because of Sam's sensitivity about the Haitian regimes' cruelty Michael takes the case of immigrant Claude Laurent who wants governor's son Jean Pierre Dumont, who lives in Miami under an alias, brought to trial for the killing in prison of Claude's daughter. Written by
Did You Know?
While narrating, Michael explains how best to infiltrate someone from his team with the Haitians. He said people are more trusting of someone who speaks their native tongue. The native language in Haïti is Creole, yet Fiona spoke only French. French is a secondary language for Haitians. See more
In Laurent's first scene (and only that scene), he (and no one else) pronounces Duman's name as "Dumain". See more
[hands out a document to Michael
I have this, too. It's from the inter-American court of human rights. We use it to make him come back to Haiti and stand trial. Duman was an official in Haiti. Veronique spoke out against him. He had her put in prison, and then he had her killed.
[while holding a big fish
Uh, Mr. Laurent, this is not gonna work in an American court.
Who - who is this man with the fish?