Da Vinci is dealing with the fall-out from the homicide in the red light district, the homicide taking place during the Prime Minister's tour. Despite the Prime Minister still giving Da Vinci his support in private, it seems that opposition to the red zone is mounting, connecting the death to the zone itself. The attention is international, and some of Da Vinci's councilors don't want to see the City become an international laughing stock. Mina Basra and the wife of the deceased decide to sue the city over the incident, stating that it would not have happened if the red zone did not exist. Under this pressure, Da Vinci sticks to his guns and keeps the zone open. The police complaints commission starts their investigation of the grow-op shooting. Marx and Zurokowski, the two interviewers, are facing what looks to be institutionalized non-compliance by the police department, although Savoy is the one police officer who does speak to them. However, Savoy doesn't mention that he was told ...