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Sara gets into Moultrie's sheriff Shelton's car; he calls the FBI, to Lucas' delighted amazement. Fake FBI agents beat him to her, shooting the precinct men, but she got out on foot, wearing a tag they alone know about, Lucas' team finds only dead bodies. Peter Manning gets DNA-confirmation: Nicky/Sara's girl Becca is his biological daughter. A picture of the helicopter shows a partial FAA registration, which points to a few companies including Encompass, which runs Max's rehab clinic, recommended by Sara; his counselor there was Quinn Keeler, who kept in touch with the boy to learn everything about the senator and Sara; Lin Mei fears Quinn is too scared to talk. Sara cuts out her arm-implanted tracker bug, but leaves a blood trace north; her pursuers call a helicopter. Lucas offers Judy an exclusive, to be aired within the hour: a fake report that Quinn talked, so she talks for real, desperate for protection. She was an addict herself, successfully cured and turned counselor; the only patient which even the intensive, torturous solitary treatment couldn't cure was Sara, who ran away. When Quinn shows Lucas the therapy room, it's gone- no, he kicks away fake paneling; there are tapes of every treatment, including Sara's 11 years ago, with a reflection of an observer: Jeffrey's father, ex-senator Eugene Collins. When Sara's male lift asks a bit of physical contact, she pretends to agree, makes him pull over, viciously knocks him out and steals his car; she phones Jeffrey's home, but Jessica picks up, so Sara hangs in, crying; she's found by the helicopter but runs on foot again, actually hiding behind the nearest tree. Questioned by Lucas, Eugene claims Sara just had routine electroshock therapy. Christo found out about Sara's call to Jessica.
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