Matt Burns is found fallen to his death from a bridge on a construction site, possibly an accident or not. His blog claims NCIS covered up the murder of US Navy lieutenant Rod Arnett as a car accident on a naval base, because he would expose insider trading from the Pentagon. The blog claimed many other cover-ups, some with serious consequences for his targets. The team finds no proof of an Arnett murder, but indications of a cover-up. SEC's only profit suspect, butcher Will Sutton, has no link with Arnett of the Navy. Metropolitan police detective Sportelli tries to sabotage their investigation. Meanwhile McGee stresses about his own 'routine' lie detector test. Written by
Did You Know?
The company that made the profit was McAllister Industries. McCallister Industries was mentioned in Season 2's NCIS: Black Water
(2005), when Brian McCallister was suspected in his brother's death. See more
Ducky, when comparing the other cases to the current one, said "Do the other cases infer that they may be linked?" The proper word is "imply". See more
NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs
How you doing? Special Agent Gibbs and DiNozzo. Sit down.
Thank you. Benjamin Franklin, Securities and Exchange Commission. I know, I don't look like an SEC investigator.
NCIS Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo
Is that really your name?
Yes, and I've heard every imaginable joke. So, spare me?