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  • Ruth Gardiner falls to her death from a squat in a high-rise block and Leo - unlike D.I. Neill - realises that she was murdered though Neill seems reluctant to launch a public appeal. Ruth's father tells Leo she left home two years earlier, he assumes to join a cult, but had phoned recently to say she was retuning to him.Reading of the death car salesman Phil tells his girlfriend Danielle that he is an undercover cop working with Ruth - who was staking out a resident in the flats. Danielle meets with Leo, telling him Neill is corrupt and anxious to shut down Phil's operation,which is to expose sex trafficking. Phil - real name Peter Carmody - takes Alex Webb, an apparent suspect,to a caravan where he will be safe. Harry, meanwhile, discovers that a recently deceased family friend had had an affair with his mother.

    - Written by don @ minifie-1
  • The pathologists are all involved in examining the death of Ruth Gardiner who either jumped or was pushed on the top of a very tall building. The original examination of the site was done in the pouring rain and several clues were missed. The new evidence indicates that she was shot in the head before her fall. From the evidence they've managed to collect, it seemed that she was conducting surveillance on someone living in the flat opposite hers in the next building. They learn that she was working for an undercover policeman, Perter Carmody, but the DI in charge of the case, Barry Neill, says no such person exists. Carmody meanwhile tells his girlfriend that Neill is bent and out to get him. On a different issue, Harry Cunningham learns that a family friend of his parents whom he much admired has died. He gets another surprise after telling his mother of his passing.

    - Written by garykmcd


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