As he continues his investigations, Craven is visited by Emma's ghost. The fingerprints on the getaway car used by Emma's killer match that of Lowe, a man Craven arrested ten years previously. Meanwhile, Pendleton takes Craven to meet his colleague, Harcourt, who informs him that Emma was a member of a subversive anti-nuclear group called GAIA. A team of six GAIA members, led by Emma, had broken into a low level radioactive waste facility at Northmoor; all are now either dead or missing. After Craven makes a televised appeal for information about Emma's killer, he is contacted by CIA agent Darius Jedburgh, an associate of Harcourt and Pendleton. Jedburgh shows Craven the CIA's file on Emma's activities: GAIA had become suspicious of Northmoor when a nearby reservoir had become contaminated with radioactive material, an occurrence that had also alerted the CIA, leading them to believe Northmoor was illegally storing plutonium. Jedburgh is played as a hard-bitten professional with a wry...
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According to the MI5 computer, Gaia's break in at Northmoor occurred on May 8, 1985. See more
Craven is told that the gun he found in Emma's drawer is a Firebird, and that it's a copy of the Sig. This is wrong. The Firebird is the commercially sold left-over of the Tokagypt 58, a 9 mm copy of the Tokarev TT-33 made in Hungary for Egypt in the 1950s. Egypt didn't take all of them, so the extras were sold as the Firebird.
In any case, the handgun we saw Craven find was emphatically NOT a Firebird. It was an entirely different weapon altogether. See more
You ever been to Dallas, Craven?
It's where we shoot our Presidents! The Jews have their Calvary, but we got Dealey Plaza.