Detective Harry Bosch swings by the DA's office under the pretense of seeing Maddie. He encounters CIU Investigator Christina Henry who is spearheading the Borders petition based on a deathbed confession from another convict, Lucas Olmer. Bosch tells Edgar about Henry and wonders if the DA would really hang a case solely on another convict's word. If Borders goes free, all of Bosch's convictions will be questioned. Back at the station, Bosch and Edgar get a lead on the Esquivel murder: suspicious prescriptions written by a Dr. Garcia. Det. Pierce tells Bosch that the killers fled to a parking garage where they may have jacked a new ride. Pierce investigates a missing person report that fits their timeline while Bosch and Edgar head to Esquivel's house to look for Jose Jr. At the same time, Det. Robertson catches a homicide and finds a stripped car in Newton. Could the two crimes be linked? Bosch talks to Chief Irving about Borders. Irving led the task force in 1996 and Bosch found the...
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Jamie Hector was excited to explore his character J. Edgar's Haitian background because his mother and aunt are from Haiti. When he told them about it, and they were excited too and gave him feedback about the dialogue. See more
References Night of the Living Dead
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