Patrick and the new team's boss, psychology-majored Special Agent Luther Wainwright, immediately like and respect each-other in a provocative way, locking horns from the first case. A local photographer is found fatally short during the mayor's political rally. Jane however largely leaves that case to Lisbon, focusing on a bystander he singes out on sight as potential murderer. It's unemployed gun-obsessed Texan insurance investigator Henry Tibbs, who fits the psychopath profile, but hasn't committed any actual crimes. Patrick 'uses' Cho and Rigsby to set a trap, even manipulates Wainwright, who wants to arrest him for gun possession and see him in forced therapy. Written by
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The CBI is supposed to be patrolling a downtown protest march, but Jane says he saw a suspicious man near 56th & J Streets, which is well away from the Downtown Sacramento area. See more
The trouble is, I mean, even if you're right, we can't arrest an offender before he's offended.
It's better than after, don't you think? See, here's the problem with working homocide: so much death.