The UCOS team investigates the death of Eric Trimble, a soldier who was beaten to death in 1991. Their informant tells them that he and Eric, while still in the Army, were part of secret medical experiments that left the survivors paranoid. Their attempts to investigate those experiments come up against a military establishment that puts every possible in their way, including a visit from MI-5. As the investigation continues however, they discover several other possible motives including the fact that Eric was a bully and also gay. The fact that he is black also makes race a possible motive. Meanwhile, Brian continues to struggle with his alcoholism.
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When Brian Lane was briefing the rest of the team about the murder, the photographs of the victim and his friends who were the last people to see him alive were fastened to a notice board by magnets of various different colours. In the long shots of Brian in front of the board and in the extreme close-ups of the photos, the victim's photo has a green magnet. However, in the medium shots of Brian, the magnet is grey. See more
Crap. Absolute crap. You're a bloody disgrace. Three-nil to that shower. What a load of complete, five-star, total, bloody rubbish!
Dad, it was a friendly.
There's no such thing. You should never have lost. Never in a million years.
Against Spurs? We're non-league; they're ten divisions above us. What do you want to drink?
Nothing. I'll just eat me bloody orange.
Tottenham till I Die
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