Meek's young son Papi misses his father, but there is nothing he can do in the face of Judge Brinkley's authority except join the growing FREE MEEK protests. The Philadelphia Eagles show their support for the movement by taking the field during the Super Bowl to Meek's song "Dreams & Nightmares." Although the city celebrates him, Meek is locked in a prison cell during the game. Private investigators Tyler Maroney and Luke Brindle-Khym were originally hired by Meek's defense team to investigate the Judge, but they turn their attention instead to Meek's original case and revisit all the events of January 2007. They notice irregularities in the paperwork filed by Meek's arresting officer Reggie Graham, a member of Philly's elite Narcotics Field Unit. Tyler and Luke's attempts to talk to other police officers are unsuccessful until another former NFU officer, Jeffrey Walker, reveals explosive allegations about Graham's policing methods and the beating that Meek suffered at the hands of ...