Mary is reunited with FBI agent Mike Faber, with whom she worked (and clashed) previously. This time the focus is on a new protected witness, Natalie Vickers, who assisted in a real estate housing scam that the FBI is investigating. Despite Natalie's entry into the WITSEC program, both Mary and Faber have their doubts about Natalie's commitment to the program when she seems to have no questions about how it will work - concerns that only deepen when she disappears and then reappears without explanation.
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Faber brings a bottle of Colgin (red wine) to Mary's house, and later buys a second at the local state liquor store. Each bottle would cost hundreds of dollars. Even assuming FBI agents could afford their products, Colgin Cellars does not sell wine at liquor stores but only via strict mailing list allocation. See more
We don't put Natalie at risk, copy?
What do you care what happens to her?
Hey, numbnuts, as long as she's my witness she stays safe. She bails on the program, you're right, I don't care about her she can get hit by a dump truck and die.
Wow. That should be on a plaque over the door.