Good people die too. The popular social businessman Hans-Martin Taubert falls from a bridge and survives badly injured. The inspectors from Dresden Henni Sieland and Karin Gorniak meet three homeless witnesses who claim that Taubert was thrown off the bridge. Taubert founded the "Berberhilfe", a business that finds shelter for the homeless and other people in need. He became rich through the poor and has never concealed this fact. The three homeless witnesses claim to be Tauberts "Security"; apparently he's been frequently threatened recently. Taubert's brother Hajo becomes interesting for the inspectors as well: a lot less business-minded than his brother, Hajo borrowed money from Taubert for some shady enterprises. Regardless of brotherly love, Taubert wanted his money back. Shortly thereafter Taubert is attacked in the hospital - this time with deadly outcome.