Crews and Reese investigate the execution style killing of three men, two of whom are suspected of being Russian mobsters. The third victim doesn't fit the pattern however and the police start to look at missing persons reports. They identify him as Paul, a Russian engineer and conclude the three victims were building something. Gangster Roman Nevikov claims not to know them but they are convinced the three worked for Nevikov. Dani decides to write the Lieutenants exam but also starts drinking again. Meanwhile, Charlie shoots an intruder in his house who turns out to be his father. Ted Earley is still in prison but Charlie makes sure he is protected.
Did You Know?
The blood stains on the wall don't fit with the way the men are laying in the pit they were found in. If they were stood against the wall they wouldn't have been lying flat on their backs in the bottom of the pit. There wasn't room for their killers to be in the pit with them; so they would have had to have been well above their victims when they killed them. That too would have changed where the blood stains on the walls were; but the bodies still would have fallen in a heap on the floor not been neatly laid out. And even if they were told to lay on the floor before being shot; there wouldn't have been any stains on the walls. See more
[in prison cafeteria
You ever miss it?
This is the world.
That sounds like something Charlie Crews would say.
That's something Charlie Crews taught me.
Performed by Omar Torrez See more