Neal finds himself working with Sara Ellis an insurance investigator who has it for him. He and Peter are helping her find out who has possession of Japanese bonds. They believe that man named Mr. Black who they believe is a courier whom the one is possession of the bonds wants to move them. So they come up with a plan for Neal to take his place. When he meets the contact he gives Neal a gun and brings him to the apartment of Ellis, whom he has to kill. When they fake her death, she along with Peter and Neal try to find out who wants her dead.
Did You Know?
When Neal visits Mr Halbridge as Mr Black the FBI van is parked on the corner of West End Avenue and West 84th Street, also known as Edgar Allan Poe Street - in honor of the authors brief residence somewhere on the street in 1844, while finishing "The Raven". See more
After he revealed that he had lifted the bodyguard's weapon, Neal unloads it. He racks the slide back to eject the round from the chamber, then removed the magazine. This is not the proper way to clear a firearm.
To properly clear a pistol, remove the magazine first, then clear the chamber. The way Neal did it, the gun is still loaded- he ejected one round from the chamber, but because the magazine was still inserted and second would have fed in. See more
What is it they say? "We can sleep when we're dead"?
Good idea. You're dead, so get some rest.