White Collar: Season 3, Episode 7

Taking Account (19 Jul. 2011)

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Neal's girlfriend Sara Ellis is among the victims of bank hacking. It's apparently as good as claimed by the legendary Vulture, Mozzie's virtual hero. Posing as him, Neal sets a trap, but ... See full summary »

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Neal's girlfriend Sara Ellis is among the victims of bank hacking. It's apparently as good as claimed by the legendary Vulture, Mozzie's virtual hero. Posing as him, Neal sets a trap, but their prime suspect is actually shot at by the real hacker, who proves elusive even once identified. Written by KGF Vissers

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