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Our Betrayal: Part 2 

Reid faces scandal due to Best's deviousness, Drake readjusts to life back home, Rose faces the prospect of a new future, while a grim discovery in a Whitechapel slum may lead to the downfall of many.

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Cpt. Homer Jackson
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Long Susan
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Rose Erskine
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Sgt. Donald Artherton
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Fred Best
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Jane Cobden
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Three rotting corpses are found in a building Jane Cobden plans to clear for new housing, along with the body of Hinchcliffe. Jackson, aided by his brother - released on discovery of the fake diamond - deduces all three were killed by the same person and identifies the trio as a family of property owners who stood in the way of Duggan's development plans and were probably murdered by Shine on his orders. Using the diamond as bait Jackson finally traps Duggan and has him arrested for its theft. Meanwhile Flight admits to Reid that he is Shine's spy and saw him kill Hinchcliffe. Shine is arrested but released through insufficient evidence. However Bennet Drake determines to take his revenge on him in the boxing ring. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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The episode title "Our Betrayal," is spoken by Edmund Reid (Matthew Macfadyen). See more »

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Detective Inspector Edmund Reid: [referring to his involvement with the corrupt Shine] Your past has guided your present.
Det. Constable Albert Flight: No, sir, the work I have done for you here... it was good work, and that work was meant, Mr. Reid, in my heart, and that work was proper work. I fought to outrun my shame, sir.
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The Boy I Loved Is Up In The Gallery
Written by George Ware
Arranged by Cian Boylan
Performed by Cian Boylan and Charlene McKenna
Courtesy of EMI Records, USA, A Division of ERG
Under License from CEMA Special Markets
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