1 00:00:00,800 --> 00:00:02,527 In the criminal justice system 2 00:00:02,528 --> 00:00:04,975 the people are represented by two separate 3 00:00:04,976 --> 00:00:06,559 yet equally important groups - 4 00:00:06,560 --> 00:00:08,575 the police who investigate crime, 5 00:00:08,576 --> 00:00:11,599 and the Crown prosecutors who prosecute the offenders. 6 00:00:11,600 --> 00:00:13,290 These are their stories. 7 00:00:16,352 --> 00:00:17,692 (TRAIN HORN BLARES) 8 00:00:21,392 --> 00:00:22,782 I need a paramedic! 9 00:00:23,120 --> 00:00:24,800 I need a paramedic now! 10 00:00:24,848 --> 00:00:26,648 Max. Max, open your eyes. 11 00:00:29,312 --> 00:00:31,872 (SOBS) I never meant to kill anyone! 12 00:00:32,048 --> 00:00:35,215 I sincerely hope you're gonna charge him with 15 counts of murder 13 00:00:35,216 --> 00:00:37,663 and 120 counts of attempted murder. 14 00:00:37,664 --> 00:00:39,823 Who's repping him? Kate Barker. 15 00:00:39,824 --> 00:00:43,423 Diminished responsibility. My client has a history of depression, 16 00:00:43,424 --> 00:00:46,159 with emotional unstable personality traits. 17 00:00:46,160 --> 00:00:49,759 All Gavin Dale will choose is what kind of flowers to put on his son's grave. 18 00:00:49,760 --> 00:00:51,199 This is a speech, m'lady. 19 00:00:51,200 --> 00:00:54,223 If he gets a hospital order, he'll be out in six months. 20 00:00:54,224 --> 00:00:57,103 Or detained for the rest of his life. He's not mentally ill. 21 00:00:57,104 --> 00:00:59,551 The doctors in a secure unit will spot it in a second. 22 00:00:59,552 --> 00:01:01,567 On the charge of the murder of Max Dale, 23 00:01:01,568 --> 00:01:04,015 how do you find the defendant? Not guilty. 24 00:01:04,016 --> 00:01:08,191 But guilty of manslaughter by reason of diminished responsibility. 25 00:01:08,192 --> 00:01:12,079 Kate will be joining us from Monday, Alesha's replacement. 26 00:01:12,080 --> 00:01:13,807 Who's for a celebratory drink? 27 00:01:13,808 --> 00:01:15,488 Here to see Finn Tyler. 28 00:01:15,536 --> 00:01:17,626 What are you doing here? Sam. 29 00:01:18,128 --> 00:01:20,918 (ALARM WAILS) He's dead. Tyler's dead. 30 00:01:26,912 --> 00:01:29,612 Ligature marks consistent with hanging. 31 00:01:30,080 --> 00:01:33,350 Um, security guard cut him down, removed this. 32 00:01:34,400 --> 00:01:36,703 Get the guard's DNA for elimination. 33 00:01:36,704 --> 00:01:39,439 Already happening. And I want the PM today, right? 34 00:01:39,440 --> 00:01:41,070 Pathologist's en route. 35 00:01:42,176 --> 00:01:43,866 Nice one, Pete. Cheers. 36 00:01:43,904 --> 00:01:46,783 Hey, Kate, are you all right? Yeah, I'm OK. 37 00:01:46,784 --> 00:01:49,375 God, that must have been a shocker. Yeah, it was. 38 00:01:49,376 --> 00:01:52,831 Don't look so worried, it's just for elimination purposes, OK? 39 00:01:52,832 --> 00:01:54,332 I couldn't save him. 40 00:01:54,848 --> 00:01:57,871 We're going to need a statement when you're feeling up to it, 41 00:01:57,872 --> 00:01:59,662 if that's OK. All right? 42 00:02:00,032 --> 00:02:03,919 DS Casey there, he'll take all your details, all right? 43 00:02:03,920 --> 00:02:05,020 Ron. Yes, guv. 44 00:02:08,960 --> 00:02:12,127 They're as vigilant as we are about suicide prevention, yeah? 45 00:02:12,128 --> 00:02:15,727 No belts, no shoe laces, 15-minute checks on vulnerable prisoners, 46 00:02:15,728 --> 00:02:18,031 so how did he get that cord in there? 47 00:02:18,032 --> 00:02:20,479 Could have smuggled it in from prison. 48 00:02:20,480 --> 00:02:22,280 They'd have searched him. 49 00:02:22,496 --> 00:02:25,951 Well, look, Wes, you know better than anyone, there's always a way. 50 00:02:25,952 --> 00:02:29,119 And it's not as if it's the first time he's tried to top himself. 51 00:02:29,120 --> 00:02:34,820 If he'd used a noose the first time, the people he killed would still be alive. 52 00:02:35,600 --> 00:02:39,343 Look, what if he didn't smuggle that cord in from prison? 53 00:02:39,344 --> 00:02:41,604 What if someone gave it to him? 54 00:03:12,200 --> 00:03:14,940 Sync and corrected by www.addic7ed.com 55 00:03:23,200 --> 00:03:25,700 Law & Order UK Season 7, Episode 2 "Tremors" 56 00:03:48,752 --> 00:03:49,272 (SIGHS) 57 00:03:53,792 --> 00:03:56,383 What were you doing in the cell, Sam? 58 00:03:56,384 --> 00:03:58,543 Oh, you're having a laugh, aren't you? 59 00:03:58,544 --> 00:04:01,154 I saw you. Just leave me alone, OK? 60 00:04:01,568 --> 00:04:04,303 I don't need this now. More to the point, 61 00:04:04,304 --> 00:04:05,924 Tyler's brief saw you. 62 00:04:06,176 --> 00:04:09,343 Am I supposed to leave that out of my statement? 63 00:04:09,344 --> 00:04:11,614 Ron, any news, mate? Yeah, guv. 64 00:04:12,080 --> 00:04:13,240 Yeah, the, um... 65 00:04:14,240 --> 00:04:16,831 the CCTV system at the court is still down. 66 00:04:16,832 --> 00:04:19,279 When it's up and running they'll send it over. 67 00:04:19,280 --> 00:04:22,159 I'll want footage for the whole time Tyler was in that cell. 68 00:04:22,160 --> 00:04:26,580 Er, Sam's supposed to be on rest days. He needs sending home. 69 00:04:26,912 --> 00:04:28,072 You what? Well, 70 00:04:28,640 --> 00:04:31,951 the truth is the trial's been pretty hard on him. 71 00:04:31,952 --> 00:04:33,823 Yeah. Have you looked out here? 72 00:04:33,824 --> 00:04:37,711 I'm four staff down and we've got a possible assisted suicide. 73 00:04:37,712 --> 00:04:40,303 Deaths in custody don't do much for our popularity. 74 00:04:40,304 --> 00:04:42,175 Tyler was not in our custody. 75 00:04:42,176 --> 00:04:44,767 He was a prisoner in the biggest court in the country. 76 00:04:44,768 --> 00:04:46,927 If someone gave him the means to kill himself, 77 00:04:46,928 --> 00:04:49,087 all eyes are on us to find out what went wrong. 78 00:04:49,088 --> 00:04:51,391 Yeah, but if... Find out who gave him that cord 79 00:04:51,392 --> 00:04:53,551 and Sammy boy can go play golf, get pissed, 80 00:04:53,552 --> 00:04:55,279 or do whatever floats his boat. 81 00:04:55,280 --> 00:04:57,871 But until Tyler's killer's banged up in those cells 82 00:04:57,872 --> 00:05:02,522 and there's some case papers on my desk, he's working this, Ron. 83 00:05:05,648 --> 00:05:09,391 Ah! Bottle of bubbly now our new prosecutor has finally arrived. 84 00:05:09,392 --> 00:05:11,695 I'm not stopping. Course you are. 85 00:05:11,696 --> 00:05:14,863 Don't force her, Henry, if she's got something better to do. 86 00:05:14,864 --> 00:05:15,844 Tyler's dead. 87 00:05:18,896 --> 00:05:20,466 How? He hung himself. 88 00:05:21,632 --> 00:05:22,552 I found him. 89 00:05:23,360 --> 00:05:24,690 Shit. Are you OK? 90 00:05:28,112 --> 00:05:30,271 I'd better go back to the office. 91 00:05:30,272 --> 00:05:32,431 The media are going to be all over this. 92 00:05:32,432 --> 00:05:34,879 I'll come with you. No, you take the afternoon. 93 00:05:34,880 --> 00:05:36,440 And buy Kate's lunch. 94 00:05:36,896 --> 00:05:38,336 Keep an eye on her. 95 00:05:44,672 --> 00:05:47,839 Don't you feel even the slightest bit responsible? 96 00:05:47,840 --> 00:05:49,855 You could have accepted a plea to diminished 97 00:05:49,856 --> 00:05:51,871 responsibility and kept it out of court. 98 00:05:51,872 --> 00:05:55,183 You know Tyler was mentally ill. The court case tore him apart. 99 00:05:55,184 --> 00:05:57,631 The only people I feel any responsibility towards 100 00:05:57,632 --> 00:06:00,079 are the families whose loved ones Tyler murdered. 101 00:06:00,080 --> 00:06:05,430 It was manslaughter. The jury found on manslaughter, diminished responsibility. 102 00:06:05,552 --> 00:06:06,822 What do you want? 103 00:06:07,424 --> 00:06:07,994 A pint. 104 00:06:11,888 --> 00:06:15,487 What?Defence barristers usually opt for something more expensive. 105 00:06:15,488 --> 00:06:18,448 You're forgetting, I'm on your team now. 106 00:06:18,944 --> 00:06:20,154 Don't remind me. 107 00:06:20,816 --> 00:06:24,127 'They only sent him to hospital for a few months. I'm glad he's dead. 108 00:06:24,128 --> 00:06:26,918 He murdered my little boy and my wife. 109 00:06:27,440 --> 00:06:29,600 He murdered 15 innocent people. 110 00:06:30,752 --> 00:06:33,055 It's the state that should have hung him. 111 00:06:33,056 --> 00:06:36,236 Now I'm gonna try and get on with my life. 112 00:06:37,232 --> 00:06:39,682 I reckon justice has been served. ' 113 00:06:42,704 --> 00:06:45,514 Death by asphyxiation with... said item. 114 00:06:47,312 --> 00:06:47,772 Right. 115 00:06:49,184 --> 00:06:52,351 We were trying to work out how he got this into the cell. 116 00:06:52,352 --> 00:06:54,511 Could he have smuggled it in internally? 117 00:06:54,512 --> 00:06:57,967 I've retrieved all manner of things from anal cavities, Ronnie, 118 00:06:57,968 --> 00:07:00,127 but you're assuming it was suicide. 119 00:07:00,128 --> 00:07:02,398 It wasn't? I said asphyxiation. 120 00:07:03,296 --> 00:07:04,916 He had a helping hand. 121 00:07:06,176 --> 00:07:07,646 Curvilinear abrasions. 122 00:07:08,480 --> 00:07:10,639 He could have tried to pull himself free. 123 00:07:10,640 --> 00:07:12,655 Only if his hands were on back to front. 124 00:07:12,656 --> 00:07:14,671 If I'm fighting for my life, 125 00:07:14,672 --> 00:07:18,392 the nail marks are at the front and this way round. 126 00:07:19,280 --> 00:07:23,410 So, what are these bruises doing on the back of his neck? 127 00:07:24,896 --> 00:07:27,199 You took thorough fingernail scrapings? 128 00:07:27,200 --> 00:07:27,710 Mm-hm. 129 00:07:30,512 --> 00:07:31,951 So what are you saying, Lilly? 130 00:07:31,952 --> 00:07:34,255 You're certain Finn Tyler was murdered? 131 00:07:34,256 --> 00:07:36,756 A bruising on his back confirms it. 132 00:07:36,848 --> 00:07:39,007 The killer held him down with his knee, 133 00:07:39,008 --> 00:07:41,023 choked him from behind with the cord, 134 00:07:41,024 --> 00:07:43,039 scraping his neck, leaving nail marks, 135 00:07:43,040 --> 00:07:44,479 and then he strung him up. 136 00:07:44,480 --> 00:07:46,120 Textbook staged suicide. 137 00:07:51,104 --> 00:07:53,839 The in-cell security cameras weren't recording, 138 00:07:53,840 --> 00:07:57,583 but we got some footage of the corridor approaching the cell. 139 00:07:57,584 --> 00:08:01,183 What about the door? Can you see anyone going in and out? 140 00:08:01,184 --> 00:08:02,754 No, just the approach. 141 00:08:02,768 --> 00:08:05,791 But this is the last cell on the block, so from this view 142 00:08:05,792 --> 00:08:08,239 they can't be going anywhere else. Right. 143 00:08:08,240 --> 00:08:11,263 The custody security officer, a William Braxton, 144 00:08:11,264 --> 00:08:13,224 gave us a copy of the log. 145 00:08:13,280 --> 00:08:15,871 That's a list of everyone who signs in and out. 146 00:08:15,872 --> 00:08:18,031 Briefs and security guards mostly. 147 00:08:18,032 --> 00:08:20,822 Last in was Tyler's brief with Ronnie. 148 00:08:21,056 --> 00:08:23,791 And before that? In the 15 minutes before, 149 00:08:23,792 --> 00:08:25,951 only two people were seen entering the block - 150 00:08:25,952 --> 00:08:28,111 one security guard who was coming on shift, 151 00:08:28,112 --> 00:08:29,695 but he didn't go near the cell. 152 00:08:29,696 --> 00:08:32,906 Only one person was seen approaching the cell 153 00:08:33,440 --> 00:08:36,760 in the 45 minutes before Tyler was found dead. 154 00:08:37,760 --> 00:08:38,910 So, who was it? 155 00:09:00,512 --> 00:09:03,823 Please, guv. I've got a DPS officer waiting to speak to me. 156 00:09:03,824 --> 00:09:06,559 Let me speak to him first. You're his partner, man, 157 00:09:06,560 --> 00:09:09,871 it's against every protocol. He is either going to clam up 158 00:09:09,872 --> 00:09:12,463 or totally lose the plot, but I can get through to him. 159 00:09:12,464 --> 00:09:14,479 What was he doing in that cell, Ron? 160 00:09:14,480 --> 00:09:16,927 I don't know, it could be all manner of reasons. 161 00:09:16,928 --> 00:09:19,951 Give me one that doesn't implicate him in Tyler's murder. 162 00:09:19,952 --> 00:09:24,132 Just let me get in there with you. No, sorry, you're out. 163 00:09:27,872 --> 00:09:28,392 (SIGHS) 164 00:09:30,464 --> 00:09:34,639 DS Casey, you were the last person seen entering the cell block. 165 00:09:34,640 --> 00:09:37,231 And you appear on CCTV approaching Tyler's cell 166 00:09:37,232 --> 00:09:39,402 immediately preceding his death. 167 00:09:40,112 --> 00:09:42,271 Can you explain what you were doing there? 168 00:09:42,272 --> 00:09:44,575 I went to get the property formssigned. 169 00:09:44,576 --> 00:09:47,743 We still had Tyler's personal effects from his arrest. 170 00:09:47,744 --> 00:09:51,199 But your partner, DS Brooks, had the forms in his possession. 171 00:09:51,200 --> 00:09:53,791 I didn't realise that. I thought I had them. 172 00:09:53,792 --> 00:09:54,252 Where? 173 00:09:57,680 --> 00:10:00,650 Excuse me? Where did you think they were? 174 00:10:01,424 --> 00:10:02,874 In a briefcase? Bag? 175 00:10:04,736 --> 00:10:08,623 You weren't carrying anything that might conceal the forms. 176 00:10:08,624 --> 00:10:11,004 I wasn't carrying a noose either. 177 00:10:18,848 --> 00:10:22,015 I'm sorry, I thought the forms were in my jacket pocket. 178 00:10:22,016 --> 00:10:24,751 OK. So what did you do when you found out they weren't? 179 00:10:24,752 --> 00:10:26,902 I turned round and walked out. 180 00:10:27,200 --> 00:10:30,290 Ronnie was in reception with Tyler's brief. 181 00:10:33,248 --> 00:10:34,748 He can vouch for me. 182 00:10:36,992 --> 00:10:39,722 So, um, you never spoke to Tyler? No. 183 00:10:40,016 --> 00:10:42,346 No? Never opened the wicket? No. 184 00:10:44,192 --> 00:10:48,079 We know how you felt about Tyler, you must have been furious he got a hospital order. 185 00:10:48,080 --> 00:10:50,690 Yeah, well, we all were, weren't we? 186 00:10:52,112 --> 00:10:56,252 Well, we weren't all seen on CCTV... approaching his cell. 187 00:10:56,864 --> 00:10:59,023 You were down there ten minutes. 188 00:10:59,024 --> 00:11:02,623 It doesn't take that to find out you ain't got the forms in your pocket. 189 00:11:02,624 --> 00:11:03,954 Am I under arrest? 190 00:11:04,640 --> 00:11:05,560 Not yet, no. 191 00:11:06,368 --> 00:11:08,815 But we would like you to help us with our inquiries. 192 00:11:08,816 --> 00:11:11,407 I'm sure your fed rep would urge you to cooperate. 193 00:11:11,408 --> 00:11:14,598 I don't really care what he thinks. Or you. 194 00:11:20,624 --> 00:11:21,844 DS Casey... Sam. 195 00:11:22,784 --> 00:11:23,884 Sam! DS Casey, 196 00:11:24,080 --> 00:11:27,679 if you don't answer these questions now, you'll answer them under arrest! 197 00:11:27,680 --> 00:11:31,279 All those people dead and you are wasting time on the man that killed them! 198 00:11:31,280 --> 00:11:33,295 Walk out now, you're making a big mistake. 199 00:11:33,296 --> 00:11:36,175 Do I look like I give a toss? Sam, calm down. Tell the guv... 200 00:11:36,176 --> 00:11:38,479 Guv? He's not my guv! Do you think it's that easy? 201 00:11:38,480 --> 00:11:40,500 I held that boy in my arms! 202 00:11:41,504 --> 00:11:43,474 I haven't slept for months! 203 00:11:43,520 --> 00:11:47,230 Every time I close my eyes, I see that boy's face! 204 00:11:47,552 --> 00:11:49,423 I see his dad's face when I had to tell him 205 00:11:49,424 --> 00:11:51,044 that his son was dead! 206 00:11:53,024 --> 00:11:54,874 So yes, I went down there 207 00:11:55,472 --> 00:11:57,487 to tell Tyler how that felt. 208 00:11:57,488 --> 00:12:02,138 All right? I went down there to try and make him feel that pain. 209 00:12:03,392 --> 00:12:05,551 But do you know what? I couldn't do it. 210 00:12:05,552 --> 00:12:08,532 Because being a police officer came first. 211 00:12:12,320 --> 00:12:13,430 (TEARFULLY) I... 212 00:12:15,056 --> 00:12:19,231 I swear to God, Ron, I swear to God, I turned aroundand I walked away. 213 00:12:19,232 --> 00:12:23,942 It was a very slow walk, cos you were off camera for ten minutes. 214 00:12:25,568 --> 00:12:29,668 DS Casey, I'm suspending you pending further investigation. 215 00:12:30,320 --> 00:12:32,623 You can leave your warrant card with me. Good. 216 00:12:32,624 --> 00:12:33,024 Good! 217 00:12:44,040 --> 00:12:46,055 Sam, wait. What? He thinks... 218 00:12:46,056 --> 00:12:48,359 You know, he thinks I'm some sort of nutcase. 219 00:12:48,360 --> 00:12:50,663 Yeah, but he doesn't know you. Well, you do. 220 00:12:50,664 --> 00:12:53,111 What do YOU think? I think you've been through a lot. 221 00:12:53,112 --> 00:12:54,332 Oh, Ronnie. Sam! 222 00:12:57,288 --> 00:13:00,318 What were you doing for those ten minutes? 223 00:13:01,896 --> 00:13:03,636 Look, just take it easy. 224 00:13:04,488 --> 00:13:06,647 You've got a young lad that needs you. 225 00:13:06,648 --> 00:13:08,807 I know! Well, I can help you, 226 00:13:08,808 --> 00:13:11,543 and I will help you, but you've got to be honest with me. 227 00:13:11,544 --> 00:13:14,334 What did you do for those ten minutes? 228 00:13:15,144 --> 00:13:15,774 Come on. 229 00:13:17,448 --> 00:13:19,648 Sam. I wanted to go in there. 230 00:13:19,896 --> 00:13:23,351 I've already said I wanted to go in there and tell him what he'd done - 231 00:13:23,352 --> 00:13:27,762 how it felt to hold a dying child in my arms because of him. 232 00:13:29,400 --> 00:13:32,711 How it feels every time I kiss my boy goodbye. 233 00:13:32,712 --> 00:13:36,652 All I can see is that kid's face, dead in that train. 234 00:13:41,064 --> 00:13:42,274 What did you do? 235 00:13:44,088 --> 00:13:44,368 Wh- 236 00:13:47,256 --> 00:13:51,206 You want to know what I did for those ten minutes?Yes. 237 00:13:51,720 --> 00:13:56,010 I just sat down by that cell door and I cried like a baby. 238 00:14:01,512 --> 00:14:04,482 All right, well look... Come on. Come on. 239 00:14:05,688 --> 00:14:08,855 I've seen many an officer with that look in their eyes. 240 00:14:08,856 --> 00:14:13,926 Don't worry about that. You're strong enough, you'll come through this. 241 00:14:17,640 --> 00:14:19,655 You're a good copper, Sam. No. 242 00:14:19,656 --> 00:14:20,951 You are. No, I'm not. 243 00:14:20,952 --> 00:14:24,782 You are. Just don't let all your good work end here. 244 00:14:26,136 --> 00:14:27,986 I need to know one thing. 245 00:14:28,008 --> 00:14:29,338 Did you see Tyler? 246 00:14:32,328 --> 00:14:32,958 No. OK. 247 00:14:34,344 --> 00:14:35,927 I swear, Ronnie. I swear. 248 00:14:35,928 --> 00:14:38,888 Well, no-one went to his cell after you, 249 00:14:39,240 --> 00:14:41,800 except for his brief that found him. 250 00:14:42,552 --> 00:14:46,982 So Tyler must have already been dead when you went down there. 251 00:14:50,184 --> 00:14:52,094 You believe me, don't you? 252 00:14:52,344 --> 00:14:53,734 Yes, I believe you. 253 00:15:01,416 --> 00:15:02,876 Hello there, William. 254 00:15:03,432 --> 00:15:06,455 You'd think they'd give you some time off, wouldn't you? 255 00:15:06,456 --> 00:15:09,335 They offered. I'd rather just keep working. Yeah. 256 00:15:09,336 --> 00:15:14,087 Well, I hope you don't mind, I just need to ask you a few more questions. 257 00:15:14,088 --> 00:15:15,418 Go for it. Right. 258 00:15:15,816 --> 00:15:18,551 Well, we're just trying to establish time of death, 259 00:15:18,552 --> 00:15:20,232 and just wanted to know 260 00:15:20,712 --> 00:15:23,447 how long Tyler was in the cell before he was found. 261 00:15:23,448 --> 00:15:26,183 They brought him down straight after sentencing, 262 00:15:26,184 --> 00:15:27,514 so an hour, maybe. 263 00:15:29,640 --> 00:15:30,100 Right. 264 00:15:31,224 --> 00:15:34,894 Because we've only seen 45 minutes of CCTV footage. 265 00:15:34,968 --> 00:15:37,878 Maybe it was more like 45 minutes, then. 266 00:15:38,136 --> 00:15:39,876 I wasn't clock watching. 267 00:15:41,736 --> 00:15:43,596 What are you having, then? 268 00:15:43,896 --> 00:15:45,046 I'm not hungry. 269 00:15:45,912 --> 00:15:49,079 Well, this is supposed to be your welcome to the CPS lunch. 270 00:15:49,080 --> 00:15:51,095 Well, I don't feel much like celebrating. 271 00:15:51,096 --> 00:15:52,026 (PHONE RINGS) 272 00:15:52,392 --> 00:15:55,032 Second thoughts about switching sides? 273 00:15:55,992 --> 00:15:59,159 My client just killed himself. One less killer on the streets. 274 00:15:59,160 --> 00:16:02,327 You sure you don't want to join the "bring back hanging" brigade? 275 00:16:02,328 --> 00:16:06,503 Of course not, but it isn't such a stretch to see why so many people feel that way. 276 00:16:06,504 --> 00:16:10,535 It is for me. You know, if I'd been the one prosecuting Tyler, 277 00:16:10,536 --> 00:16:12,695 I'm not sure I'd sleep so well tonight. 278 00:16:12,696 --> 00:16:15,863 You really want me to feel guilty? Don't you? 279 00:16:15,864 --> 00:16:17,664 Not even the tiniest bit? 280 00:16:17,880 --> 00:16:21,479 A man took his own life. You were instrumental in the process. 281 00:16:21,480 --> 00:16:25,890 I was just doing my job. But you aren't just your job, Jake. 282 00:16:26,088 --> 00:16:28,391 You're a human being too. (SCOFFS) 283 00:16:28,392 --> 00:16:32,352 There's plenty of people who'd disagree with you there. 284 00:16:32,856 --> 00:16:34,356 Do you ever open up? 285 00:16:34,872 --> 00:16:38,327 Do you ever just cut the bullshit and the wisecracks 286 00:16:38,328 --> 00:16:39,838 and just... get real? 287 00:16:46,824 --> 00:16:49,944 Why aren't you at work? I'm on rest days. 288 00:16:50,568 --> 00:16:52,583 It's not a good time. It never is. 289 00:16:52,584 --> 00:16:56,864 Ben's busy. He's got homework to do. I'll do it with him. 290 00:16:58,056 --> 00:17:01,706 He's seven years old. I mean, how hard can it be? 291 00:17:01,944 --> 00:17:03,574 Have you been drinking? 292 00:17:04,968 --> 00:17:05,248 No. 293 00:17:06,408 --> 00:17:07,628 Daddy! Hey, kid! 294 00:17:08,712 --> 00:17:09,052 Ohh! 295 00:17:12,024 --> 00:17:14,054 How's my little squidge? Eh? 296 00:17:15,480 --> 00:17:15,760 Mm. 297 00:17:18,216 --> 00:17:20,231 How you been, all right? Yeah. Yeah? 298 00:17:20,232 --> 00:17:20,812 (KISSES) 299 00:17:21,528 --> 00:17:23,368 I want him back by 4:30. 300 00:17:23,688 --> 00:17:24,438 Thank you. 301 00:17:27,144 --> 00:17:30,104 Are we gonna have a fun day? Yeah. Yeah? 302 00:17:31,896 --> 00:17:34,055 You got past the mob on the steps, then. 303 00:17:34,056 --> 00:17:35,916 Well, I had the advantage. 304 00:17:36,072 --> 00:17:38,519 They haven't a clue who I am. (CHUCKLES) Lucky you. 305 00:17:38,520 --> 00:17:41,687 Tabloids are blaming us for Tyler getting a hospital order, 306 00:17:41,688 --> 00:17:43,271 the broadsheets want my neck 307 00:17:43,272 --> 00:17:46,151 for driving a mentally-ill defendant to suicide. 308 00:17:46,152 --> 00:17:48,743 Can't win. Maybe I can put your mind at rest. 309 00:17:48,744 --> 00:17:50,903 No-one drove Finn Tyler to suicide. 310 00:17:50,904 --> 00:17:52,064 He was murdered. 311 00:17:52,776 --> 00:17:54,276 You're sure? Mm-hm. 312 00:17:57,096 --> 00:17:57,736 (EXHALES) 313 00:17:58,680 --> 00:18:00,640 I don't know what's worse. 314 00:18:08,904 --> 00:18:10,524 Who's that, kid? You. 315 00:18:11,496 --> 00:18:14,807 Me? You know, it's a long time since I've been in a uniform. 316 00:18:14,808 --> 00:18:17,111 But my teacher won't know you're a policeman 317 00:18:17,112 --> 00:18:18,695 if you don't have a uniform. 318 00:18:18,696 --> 00:18:22,007 That's what your homework is? You have to draw pictures of your dads? 319 00:18:22,008 --> 00:18:22,288 No. 320 00:18:24,024 --> 00:18:27,044 We've got to draw pictures of our heroes. 321 00:18:32,952 --> 00:18:35,399 Checked the timings. Tyler was in his cell 322 00:18:35,400 --> 00:18:39,431 over an hour before he was found. Where's the missing 15 minutes, then? 323 00:18:39,432 --> 00:18:41,735 I think that footage has been edited. 324 00:18:41,736 --> 00:18:46,446 I'll get the timecodes checked, see if there's any gaps or jumps. 325 00:18:49,224 --> 00:18:51,671 You know I believe Sam's innocent, don't you? 326 00:18:51,672 --> 00:18:53,687 You're loyal, I remember that. 327 00:18:53,688 --> 00:18:56,279 And I remember you when you used topound the streets 328 00:18:56,280 --> 00:18:58,583 just to get your man. You loved it out there - 329 00:18:58,584 --> 00:19:01,175 the last person I thought would ever turn corporate. 330 00:19:01,176 --> 00:19:05,326 Bigger pay cheque, mate. You were never motivated by money. 331 00:19:07,224 --> 00:19:11,234 Martine and me came back to London cos we're doing IVF. 332 00:19:11,400 --> 00:19:12,330 Second round. 333 00:19:14,856 --> 00:19:17,236 You've got two girls, right? Mm. 334 00:19:17,304 --> 00:19:20,944 I'd give all this up in a heartbeat to be a dad. 335 00:19:24,792 --> 00:19:26,022 (MELODIC RINGTONE) 336 00:19:36,888 --> 00:19:39,498 You're popular. Yeah, it's a curse. 337 00:19:39,768 --> 00:19:40,858 So who's Cara? 338 00:19:42,216 --> 00:19:42,796 (SCOFFS) 339 00:19:43,368 --> 00:19:46,247 It's gonna be bags of fun sharing an office with you (!) 340 00:19:46,248 --> 00:19:48,839 Sorry, I'm dead nosy. Always have been. 341 00:19:48,840 --> 00:19:50,760 Why are you swapping sides? 342 00:19:51,000 --> 00:19:52,390 I fancied a change. 343 00:19:53,016 --> 00:19:54,636 Your turn. Who's Cara? 344 00:19:55,320 --> 00:19:57,767 My mother's nurse. Your mum's ill? 345 00:19:57,768 --> 00:19:58,858 My mum's dead. 346 00:19:59,784 --> 00:20:01,943 Was it recent, then? Last week. 347 00:20:01,944 --> 00:20:02,344 Shit. 348 00:20:04,824 --> 00:20:06,434 I'm sorry. Don't be. 349 00:20:06,552 --> 00:20:08,567 She wasn't exactly warm and cuddly. 350 00:20:08,568 --> 00:20:12,455 What about when you were a kid? Why are you joining the CPS? Really. 351 00:20:12,456 --> 00:20:16,631 I'm bored of all the fake wining and dining with solicitors 352 00:20:16,632 --> 00:20:18,092 touting for business. 353 00:20:18,504 --> 00:20:21,671 I'd rather spend my Friday nights with a DVD and a Chinese. Nah. 354 00:20:21,672 --> 00:20:24,695 You don't spend six years choosing only to defend 355 00:20:24,696 --> 00:20:27,287 and wake up one day and become a prosecutor. 356 00:20:27,288 --> 00:20:30,098 Sticky toffee pudding and hot chocolate. 357 00:20:30,456 --> 00:20:32,716 In aid of Hendry's credit card. 358 00:20:38,664 --> 00:20:39,894 (MELODIC RINGTONE) 359 00:20:43,128 --> 00:20:44,418 (CONTINUES RINGING) 360 00:20:50,040 --> 00:20:51,960 Jake Thorne's phone, hello. 361 00:20:56,376 --> 00:20:58,006 See you tomorrow, guys. 362 00:20:59,544 --> 00:20:59,884 Bye. 363 00:21:01,272 --> 00:21:03,002 Do you want to come in? 364 00:21:05,448 --> 00:21:06,378 (PHONE RINGS) 365 00:21:08,472 --> 00:21:08,932 Hello? 366 00:21:09,912 --> 00:21:12,503 Oh, hi, Ange. Yup, yeah, I'll be there. 367 00:21:12,504 --> 00:21:14,134 Thank you. (ENDS CALL) 368 00:21:19,704 --> 00:21:22,024 I wish you could come back home. 369 00:21:24,168 --> 00:21:25,088 I know, kid. 370 00:21:27,336 --> 00:21:27,906 Me too. 371 00:21:30,504 --> 00:21:33,527 I never got scared of monsters when you lived with us. 372 00:21:33,528 --> 00:21:36,263 Monsters? Are you scared of monsters now? 373 00:21:36,264 --> 00:21:37,354 At night I am. 374 00:21:39,576 --> 00:21:41,591 I'll tell you a secret, shall I? 375 00:21:41,592 --> 00:21:43,607 You see, grown-ups, they er... 376 00:21:43,608 --> 00:21:45,767 they make up stories about monsters 377 00:21:45,768 --> 00:21:48,935 so they'll scare children into doing what they're told. 378 00:21:48,936 --> 00:21:50,496 But they're not real. 379 00:21:51,240 --> 00:21:53,980 See, real monsters, they look like us. 380 00:21:54,984 --> 00:21:56,024 They're human. 381 00:21:57,000 --> 00:21:59,970 They don't hide underneath the bed, or... 382 00:22:03,336 --> 00:22:05,776 .. lurk in the dark, they're um... 383 00:22:07,656 --> 00:22:09,166 .. they're out there, 384 00:22:09,816 --> 00:22:10,676 or in here. 385 00:22:17,304 --> 00:22:21,594 But it's Daddy's job to catch them and lock them up. Yeah? 386 00:22:23,496 --> 00:22:26,616 I said 4:30. I knew I couldn't trust you. 387 00:22:26,952 --> 00:22:30,839 Cathy, I'm sorry. I just... I lost track of time, that's all. 388 00:22:30,840 --> 00:22:33,575 It's the last time, Sam. One weekend a month from now on. 389 00:22:33,576 --> 00:22:38,406 You bring him back one second late and you lose that, too. Come on. 390 00:22:38,760 --> 00:22:40,500 Bye, Dad. See you, kid. 391 00:22:49,416 --> 00:22:52,295 You had no right to answer my phone! I'm sorry. 392 00:22:52,296 --> 00:22:54,676 Well, did you check my texts too? 393 00:22:55,032 --> 00:22:58,055 Rifle through my coat pockets maybe? Don't be daft. 394 00:22:58,056 --> 00:22:59,927 I can't work with someone I can't trust. 395 00:22:59,928 --> 00:23:01,838 You can trust me. You can. 396 00:23:02,088 --> 00:23:04,679 Look, your mum's nurse, she just wanted to make sure 397 00:23:04,680 --> 00:23:07,127 you'll be at the funeral tomorrow. She told you? 398 00:23:07,128 --> 00:23:10,871 She just came out with it. I think she thought I was your girlfriend. 399 00:23:10,872 --> 00:23:14,252 I'm not even having this conversation with you. 400 00:23:19,080 --> 00:23:21,815 There's 15 minutes and 32 seconds missing. 401 00:23:21,816 --> 00:23:25,127 They're all in one block? It's in two different sections. 402 00:23:25,128 --> 00:23:28,295 The first is ten minutes after Finn Tyler arrived in the cell - 403 00:23:28,296 --> 00:23:30,743 six minutes missing there. That's long enough. 404 00:23:30,744 --> 00:23:34,343 And 11 minutes missing immediately before Sam arrived. 405 00:23:34,344 --> 00:23:39,184 That clears Sam's name. So who could have tampered with the footage? 406 00:23:39,528 --> 00:23:41,688 There's whole sections missing. 407 00:23:44,136 --> 00:23:46,151 I passed it on, that's all I did. 408 00:23:46,152 --> 00:23:48,072 Is the log accurate? Yeah. 409 00:23:48,168 --> 00:23:49,948 I'm a bit OCD about it. 410 00:23:50,328 --> 00:23:52,631 No-one gets past me without signing in. 411 00:23:52,632 --> 00:23:53,092 Right. 412 00:23:54,360 --> 00:23:58,103 Well, someone went into Tyler's cell in those missing minutes, 413 00:23:58,104 --> 00:24:00,263 and I think that someone killed him. 414 00:24:00,264 --> 00:24:02,064 I thought it was suicide. 415 00:24:02,280 --> 00:24:02,800 Murder. 416 00:24:05,736 --> 00:24:09,526 You see, William, if someone did go into that cell... 417 00:24:12,216 --> 00:24:14,231 I think that footage was tampered with. 418 00:24:14,232 --> 00:24:15,562 What do you think? 419 00:24:16,392 --> 00:24:21,052 A lot of angry people in that court yesterday, weren't there, eh? 420 00:24:21,864 --> 00:24:24,743 Maybe you turned a blind eye. They wouldn't blame you. 421 00:24:24,744 --> 00:24:27,654 Maybe you let someone into Tyler's cell. 422 00:24:29,640 --> 00:24:30,850 What do you say? 423 00:24:32,376 --> 00:24:34,976 If I'd know what he was gonna do... 424 00:24:36,408 --> 00:24:39,538 Go on. He was only in there a few minutes. 425 00:24:42,168 --> 00:24:42,798 Who was? 426 00:24:47,208 --> 00:24:48,138 (SIRENS WAIL) 427 00:24:51,816 --> 00:24:52,866 (TYRES SCREECH) 428 00:24:55,272 --> 00:24:56,902 Gavin Dale? Yeah. Why? 429 00:24:57,432 --> 00:25:00,455 I'm arresting you under suspicion of the murder of Finn Tyler. 430 00:25:00,456 --> 00:25:01,446 (READS RIGHTS) 431 00:25:03,480 --> 00:25:06,980 .. everything you do say may be used in evidence. 432 00:25:09,080 --> 00:25:12,967 If you want me to be sorry he's dead, you'll have a long wait. 433 00:25:12,968 --> 00:25:16,135 The security guard told us he let you into Tyler's cell. 434 00:25:16,136 --> 00:25:17,056 He told you? 435 00:25:19,592 --> 00:25:22,952 Mm-hm. Why did you go into his cell, Mr Dale? 436 00:25:24,920 --> 00:25:27,700 I wanted Tyler to look me in the eye. 437 00:25:28,952 --> 00:25:32,839 I wanted him to say he was sorry for killing my wife and my son. 438 00:25:32,840 --> 00:25:33,700 And did he? 439 00:25:36,296 --> 00:25:38,746 Too busy feeling sorry for himself. 440 00:25:40,472 --> 00:25:42,502 And did that make you angry? 441 00:25:43,784 --> 00:25:46,344 I was out in Afghanistan six months. 442 00:25:47,528 --> 00:25:52,108 I kept a picture of my wife and my boy with me the whole time. 443 00:25:52,568 --> 00:25:55,588 It was the only thing that kept me going. 444 00:25:56,744 --> 00:25:59,304 The thought of getting back to them. 445 00:26:00,056 --> 00:26:04,896 You must have hated Finn Tyler, then, for taking that away from you. 446 00:26:05,528 --> 00:26:07,498 Is that why you killed him? 447 00:26:08,264 --> 00:26:09,654 I never killed him. 448 00:26:11,144 --> 00:26:13,447 So what did you do, just talk to him? 449 00:26:13,448 --> 00:26:17,168 Yeah. I told him I hoped he rotted in the hospital. 450 00:26:18,344 --> 00:26:20,215 Told him even if he got out next week 451 00:26:20,216 --> 00:26:22,375 he'd have to live with what he'd done. 452 00:26:22,376 --> 00:26:24,176 And then you left? Yeah. 453 00:26:26,552 --> 00:26:29,632 So, um, how come the cord from your jacket 454 00:26:30,440 --> 00:26:32,470 ended up round Tyler's neck? 455 00:26:34,328 --> 00:26:36,008 We're having it tested. 456 00:26:36,488 --> 00:26:39,943 And we both know those tests are gonna show that 457 00:26:39,944 --> 00:26:42,103 the cord that choked Finn Tyler 458 00:26:42,104 --> 00:26:44,263 is the same cord missing from your jacket, 459 00:26:44,264 --> 00:26:45,703 so let me ask you again - 460 00:26:45,704 --> 00:26:50,064 how did the cord from your jacket end up round Tyler's neck? 461 00:26:51,752 --> 00:26:53,072 I gave it to him. 462 00:26:53,192 --> 00:26:54,862 I put it in his hands. 463 00:26:55,928 --> 00:26:59,383 I told him to do the right thing, but then I left. 464 00:26:59,384 --> 00:27:02,695 If you want to charge me for giving him the means 465 00:27:02,696 --> 00:27:06,007 to kill himself, go ahead, but I'm glad he did it. 466 00:27:06,008 --> 00:27:08,599 Cos now we can all have some sort of peace. 467 00:27:08,600 --> 00:27:11,100 All? Mm, the rest of the families. 468 00:27:13,064 --> 00:27:14,344 The victims group? 469 00:27:19,832 --> 00:27:22,567 Hear the way he talked about those other families? 470 00:27:22,568 --> 00:27:25,735 Collectively having some sort of peace now Tyler's dead. 471 00:27:25,736 --> 00:27:28,183 Like he did it for them? Like they did it together. 472 00:27:28,184 --> 00:27:30,775 How many in that victims group? About 15. 473 00:27:30,776 --> 00:27:33,511 They were after compensation from the train company, 474 00:27:33,512 --> 00:27:34,951 had the same solicitor. 475 00:27:34,952 --> 00:27:37,399 But they met up regularly? I believe so, yeah. 476 00:27:37,400 --> 00:27:40,135 It became a sort of support group, you know. 477 00:27:40,136 --> 00:27:42,871 A few of them were interviewed after Tyler's death. 478 00:27:42,872 --> 00:27:45,463 They seemed pretty happy about it. You bet they were. 479 00:27:45,464 --> 00:27:49,944 Every one of them had motive. Maybe Dale wasn't in this alone. 480 00:27:51,656 --> 00:27:53,116 Knock-knock. Morning. 481 00:27:58,856 --> 00:28:01,735 I take it this one's mine? Unfortunately. 482 00:28:01,736 --> 00:28:04,183 Well, this is gonna be a lot of fun 483 00:28:04,184 --> 00:28:06,343 if you're planning on holding a grudge. 484 00:28:06,344 --> 00:28:09,367 I don't hold grudges, but I do value my privacy. 485 00:28:09,368 --> 00:28:11,238 Duly noted. Lesson learned. 486 00:28:13,832 --> 00:28:16,742 I can apologise again, if it would help. 487 00:28:19,304 --> 00:28:19,584 OK. 488 00:28:23,768 --> 00:28:25,783 What are you doing here, anyway? 489 00:28:25,784 --> 00:28:27,943 Shouldn't you be at your mum's funeral? 490 00:28:27,944 --> 00:28:29,034 I'm not going. 491 00:28:30,104 --> 00:28:32,654 Not that it's any of your business. 492 00:28:40,040 --> 00:28:41,600 Can't be too careful. 493 00:28:47,096 --> 00:28:50,263 Mate, can I get another one of these when you're ready? 494 00:28:50,264 --> 00:28:51,194 (PHONE RINGS) 495 00:28:55,592 --> 00:28:59,047 I don't want to hassle you, son, I've already left two messages, 496 00:28:59,048 --> 00:29:01,495 so just give us a call when you get this, will you? 497 00:29:01,496 --> 00:29:02,306 OK, cheers. 498 00:29:03,512 --> 00:29:03,912 Emma? 499 00:29:08,408 --> 00:29:09,678 What do YOU want? 500 00:29:09,848 --> 00:29:11,868 I was in the area, so um... 501 00:29:14,168 --> 00:29:16,558 Just give me five minutes, please? 502 00:29:18,200 --> 00:29:18,950 All right. 503 00:29:29,864 --> 00:29:31,014 Give it a kick. 504 00:29:31,448 --> 00:29:34,408 We had the same one at my last chambers. 505 00:29:35,480 --> 00:29:38,080 Let me have a go. Come on. Come on. 506 00:29:48,872 --> 00:29:50,842 We could go out for coffee. 507 00:29:50,888 --> 00:29:52,628 On me. A peace offering. 508 00:29:52,904 --> 00:29:55,639 You can show me where's good round here. 509 00:29:55,640 --> 00:29:57,330 One condition. Name it. 510 00:29:57,944 --> 00:30:00,144 We don't talk about me. Fine. 511 00:30:01,544 --> 00:30:04,279 I'm sure you're dying to find out all about me anyway. 512 00:30:04,280 --> 00:30:07,447 So how did you find me? Well, it was your sister. 513 00:30:07,448 --> 00:30:09,895 Sarah said she was back in touch with you. 514 00:30:09,896 --> 00:30:12,631 She had no right to tell you where I worked. 515 00:30:12,632 --> 00:30:14,242 I'm glad she did. Eh? 516 00:30:16,808 --> 00:30:19,975 Anyway, what about that little boy of hers, eh? Matthew. 517 00:30:19,976 --> 00:30:22,855 He's a cracker, in't he? Sarah always was the lucky one. 518 00:30:22,856 --> 00:30:25,303 Got it all, didn't she? Husband, kid, 519 00:30:25,304 --> 00:30:27,464 cosy relationship with her dad. 520 00:30:27,896 --> 00:30:30,343 You can have that as well, Emma, can't you? 521 00:30:30,344 --> 00:30:34,314 Sarah had the luxury of knowing you before the drinking. 522 00:30:35,816 --> 00:30:37,786 She tells me you're single. 523 00:30:37,976 --> 00:30:39,703 Why would I want to get hooked up? 524 00:30:39,704 --> 00:30:42,007 Follow the shining example you and Mum set (?) 525 00:30:42,008 --> 00:30:45,038 I dunno, kids maybe? It worked for you (!) 526 00:30:47,768 --> 00:30:50,647 Emma, I'm... Look, I'm sorry, I really am. 527 00:30:50,648 --> 00:30:52,918 Can we start again, please? Huh? 528 00:30:53,096 --> 00:30:54,016 Come on, eh? 529 00:30:57,128 --> 00:30:59,108 What made you stop drinking? 530 00:31:01,016 --> 00:31:05,336 (EXHALES) Well, what made me stop? Well, what got me started? 531 00:31:05,371 --> 00:31:08,503 That's a better story. I just assumed it was me. 532 00:31:08,504 --> 00:31:09,844 No! Absolutely not. 533 00:31:10,664 --> 00:31:12,103 Of course not. God... 534 00:31:12,104 --> 00:31:14,983 I was four when you staggered out of my life. 535 00:31:14,984 --> 00:31:18,004 What's a four-year-old supposed to think? 536 00:31:20,168 --> 00:31:20,748 Well,... 537 00:31:23,768 --> 00:31:25,968 .. what's a 24-year-old think? 538 00:31:27,368 --> 00:31:28,418 You remembered. 539 00:31:31,688 --> 00:31:32,918 Homerton Hospital. 540 00:31:33,704 --> 00:31:34,274 3:22AM. 541 00:31:36,152 --> 00:31:38,132 Some dates you never forget. 542 00:31:38,168 --> 00:31:40,183 You forgot the last eight of them. 543 00:31:40,184 --> 00:31:42,334 Well,... I didn't forget them, 544 00:31:43,784 --> 00:31:46,914 I... I just missed out. I know, I'm sorry. 545 00:31:46,952 --> 00:31:49,452 You could have got in touch before. 546 00:31:51,848 --> 00:31:55,118 You never stop loving your children, you know. 547 00:31:55,736 --> 00:31:57,376 Even though sometimes... 548 00:31:58,760 --> 00:32:00,560 .. you have to walk away, 549 00:32:00,776 --> 00:32:03,286 you never stop loving your children. 550 00:32:05,240 --> 00:32:08,760 Some people just react differently... (PHONE RINGS) 551 00:32:11,000 --> 00:32:13,870 You know, the situation and everything... 552 00:32:15,176 --> 00:32:15,976 I'm sorry. 553 00:32:17,768 --> 00:32:18,228 Hello? 554 00:32:19,784 --> 00:32:20,414 Hi, Wes. 555 00:32:21,800 --> 00:32:22,200 Yeah. 556 00:32:24,392 --> 00:32:26,422 Yep, OK, thank you. Bye-bye. 557 00:32:29,144 --> 00:32:31,154 I'm sorry, I've got to go. 558 00:32:31,448 --> 00:32:33,607 If it wasn't the drink, it was the job. 559 00:32:33,608 --> 00:32:34,308 (SNIFFLES) 560 00:32:35,768 --> 00:32:39,318 Let me take you out for dinner tonight, Emma, eh? 561 00:32:40,520 --> 00:32:43,687 We can go to that little Italian I used to take you and Sarah to 562 00:32:43,688 --> 00:32:46,711 for your birthdays. You know, it'll be like old times. 563 00:32:46,712 --> 00:32:49,632 Only without the booze and the arguments. 564 00:32:50,312 --> 00:32:53,852 Eight o'clock. Let me make it up to you, please? 565 00:32:54,776 --> 00:32:57,511 Seven. I've got plans with my friends at eight. Great. 566 00:32:57,512 --> 00:32:59,902 Seven. That'll be brilliant. Yeah. 567 00:33:01,400 --> 00:33:03,991 I get that you don't like talking about family stuff, 568 00:33:03,992 --> 00:33:06,727 but just answer me one question. I'd really rather not. 569 00:33:06,728 --> 00:33:09,319 I'll never ask another thing about your personal life. 570 00:33:09,320 --> 00:33:11,110 Why don't I believe you? 571 00:33:11,480 --> 00:33:14,215 Don't you think you owe it to your mum to be there today? 572 00:33:14,216 --> 00:33:14,846 Owe her? 573 00:33:15,656 --> 00:33:18,679 I'm grateful she gave birth to me, and that's where it ends. 574 00:33:18,680 --> 00:33:20,551 You must have one happy memory. 575 00:33:20,552 --> 00:33:22,567 One time when things were good with her? 576 00:33:22,568 --> 00:33:25,303 Don't you ever give up? What about when you were little? 577 00:33:25,304 --> 00:33:27,895 I'd love to tell you she nursed me through chicken pox 578 00:33:27,896 --> 00:33:30,919 and cheered me at football matches but it never happened. 579 00:33:30,920 --> 00:33:33,223 I had this client who had a brain tumour. 580 00:33:33,224 --> 00:33:37,144 And it was like his whole personality changed overnight. 581 00:33:37,544 --> 00:33:39,703 He was this loving family man one minute, 582 00:33:39,704 --> 00:33:42,384 and the next he's gambling, drinking, 583 00:33:42,584 --> 00:33:46,327 defrauding his business partners, sleeping with prostitutes. 584 00:33:46,328 --> 00:33:48,343 When they found the tumour and took it out, 585 00:33:48,344 --> 00:33:50,424 he was back to his old self. 586 00:33:50,504 --> 00:33:52,807 He couldn't believe the things he'd done. 587 00:33:52,808 --> 00:33:54,608 I got him off, obviously. 588 00:33:56,552 --> 00:33:59,287 Maybe your mum's tumour was always there, 589 00:33:59,288 --> 00:34:01,258 making her the way she was, 590 00:34:01,304 --> 00:34:03,574 and it turned into cancer later. 591 00:34:05,480 --> 00:34:08,359 Anyway, it was good of you to take care of her like you did, 592 00:34:08,360 --> 00:34:09,943 seeing as you never got on. 593 00:34:09,944 --> 00:34:12,224 I visited her... every fortnight. 594 00:34:12,968 --> 00:34:14,551 So you do have a heart. 595 00:34:14,552 --> 00:34:18,132 She's dead. She won't know if I'm there or not. 596 00:34:19,592 --> 00:34:20,572 But you will. 597 00:34:21,608 --> 00:34:24,688 One day you might regret it. I doubt that. 598 00:34:26,792 --> 00:34:29,582 Anyway, it's too late. Funeral's over. 599 00:34:30,968 --> 00:34:32,468 It's never too late. 600 00:34:40,616 --> 00:34:43,927 Uniform has spoken to everyone in the victim support group, 601 00:34:43,928 --> 00:34:45,655 except for David Manning. 602 00:34:45,656 --> 00:34:48,679 He moved abroad with his son after his wife died in the crash. 603 00:34:48,680 --> 00:34:51,127 Have we got a number for him? We have left messages, 604 00:34:51,128 --> 00:34:54,439 but his stepson Billy's been attending the group on his behalf. 605 00:34:54,440 --> 00:34:56,455 You think this Billy could be involved? 606 00:34:56,456 --> 00:35:00,055 Pretty much everyone uniform spoke to mentioned Gavin and Billy were close. 607 00:35:00,056 --> 00:35:02,647 They were the self-appointed leaders of the group, 608 00:35:02,648 --> 00:35:04,951 organised the meetings, spurred the others on. 609 00:35:04,952 --> 00:35:06,679 Always went for a drink afterwards. 610 00:35:06,680 --> 00:35:09,271 Maybe they were just offering each other support. 611 00:35:09,272 --> 00:35:11,287 And maybe they had the biggest grievance. 612 00:35:11,288 --> 00:35:13,447 Gavin lost his wife and son in that crash 613 00:35:13,448 --> 00:35:16,039 and Billy lost his mum. Lots of people lost a parent. 614 00:35:16,040 --> 00:35:19,927 Yeah, but Eva Manning spent the last five years fighting cancer. 615 00:35:19,928 --> 00:35:23,239 No, ta. She got the all-clear three days before the crash. 616 00:35:23,240 --> 00:35:26,263 Right, well, let's get this Billy in, interview him. 617 00:35:26,264 --> 00:35:29,287 Problem is, we can't find any records for a Billy Manning, 618 00:35:29,288 --> 00:35:32,023 and he's not answering the number the solicitor gave us. 619 00:35:32,024 --> 00:35:34,471 Maybe Gavin Dale knows where we can find him. 620 00:35:34,472 --> 00:35:37,207 He's still in custody, plenty of time left on the clock. 621 00:35:37,208 --> 00:35:38,503 We'll have a go with him. 622 00:35:38,504 --> 00:35:41,527 Guv, intel's finished going through Gavin Dale's phone data. 623 00:35:41,528 --> 00:35:44,119 There's a long text conversation with a Billy. 624 00:35:44,120 --> 00:35:47,719 Number's been investigated. It came from an unregistered pay-as-you-go. 625 00:35:47,720 --> 00:35:50,167 The conversation mainly talks about meeting up, 626 00:35:50,168 --> 00:35:51,895 sent over the past few months. 627 00:35:51,896 --> 00:35:53,623 But on the day Tyler died, 628 00:35:53,624 --> 00:35:56,071 Billy sent that message to Gavin Dale's phone. 629 00:35:56,072 --> 00:35:58,519 "There's no going back. It's down to you. " 630 00:35:58,520 --> 00:35:59,850 Some kind of pact. 631 00:36:00,536 --> 00:36:02,856 And Gavin Dale's the chosen one. 632 00:36:05,960 --> 00:36:07,975 WES: Tell us where Billy Manning is. 633 00:36:07,976 --> 00:36:10,567 I don't know. Come on, you're a friend of his. 634 00:36:10,568 --> 00:36:12,418 We only met at the group. 635 00:36:12,728 --> 00:36:16,615 RONNIE: You don't know where he lives, where he works? 636 00:36:16,616 --> 00:36:16,896 No. 637 00:36:17,912 --> 00:36:20,647 You did have some sort of pact with him, we know that, 638 00:36:20,648 --> 00:36:22,807 and that you planned Tyler's death. 639 00:36:22,808 --> 00:36:25,018 All we ever wanted was justice. 640 00:36:25,688 --> 00:36:28,658 And the court never gave you that, right? 641 00:36:29,000 --> 00:36:32,455 So what, you and Billy just decided to get justice of your own? 642 00:36:32,456 --> 00:36:34,759 We just wanted him to do the right thing - 643 00:36:34,760 --> 00:36:35,920 to kill himself. 644 00:36:36,776 --> 00:36:41,095 Tyler said he wanted to die. He said that's why he caused the crash. 645 00:36:41,096 --> 00:36:44,551 So what you're telling us is you gave him the means to kill himself, 646 00:36:44,552 --> 00:36:47,575 he wouldn't, so you helped him? I told you the truth. 647 00:36:47,576 --> 00:36:51,463 I told him "If you had any kind of conscience you'd do the right thing. " 648 00:36:51,464 --> 00:36:53,911 And then I gave him the cord from my jacket. 649 00:36:53,912 --> 00:36:55,242 Mm, well, you see, 650 00:36:56,504 --> 00:36:59,383 that's not what the bruising on Tyler's back tells us. 651 00:36:59,384 --> 00:37:03,634 That tells us that his killer put their knee into his back, 652 00:37:03,848 --> 00:37:07,048 held him down, and then choked him to death. 653 00:37:07,448 --> 00:37:09,198 But Tyler killed himself. 654 00:37:10,040 --> 00:37:12,900 His killer... then forced his hands away 655 00:37:13,928 --> 00:37:16,663 when Tyler tried to free himself, struggling for air 656 00:37:16,664 --> 00:37:18,823 and fighting for his life. No. 657 00:37:18,824 --> 00:37:22,567 Then his killer strung him up to make it look like suicide. 658 00:37:22,568 --> 00:37:24,295 I swear to God, I left him alive. 659 00:37:24,296 --> 00:37:27,086 You've admitted being in Tyler's cell. 660 00:37:27,608 --> 00:37:30,199 You also admitted giving him the cord from your jacket 661 00:37:30,200 --> 00:37:32,350 that was used to strangle him. 662 00:37:32,360 --> 00:37:35,390 Look, whoever tied the knots in that cord, 663 00:37:35,960 --> 00:37:39,520 they very likely left their DNA under those knots. 664 00:37:40,424 --> 00:37:42,727 We're gonna have the results back soon. 665 00:37:42,728 --> 00:37:45,031 Is it gonna be your DNA we find under those knots, Gavin? 666 00:37:45,032 --> 00:37:46,482 Because if it is,... 667 00:37:48,344 --> 00:37:49,164 .. Gavin,... 668 00:37:51,944 --> 00:37:53,804 .. you're looking at life. 669 00:38:01,304 --> 00:38:03,044 We all talked about it - 670 00:38:03,320 --> 00:38:06,210 what we'd do if Tyler didn't get life. 671 00:38:06,776 --> 00:38:09,276 But the others, they were all talk. 672 00:38:12,392 --> 00:38:14,983 Only me and Billy really cared, so we drew straws. 673 00:38:14,984 --> 00:38:17,287 To decide which one of you would kill Tyler? 674 00:38:17,288 --> 00:38:20,311 To decide which one of us would talk him into killing himself. 675 00:38:20,312 --> 00:38:23,767 I drew the short straw. I made the cord into a noose. 676 00:38:23,768 --> 00:38:26,071 I did that. My DNA is gonna be under those knots. 677 00:38:26,072 --> 00:38:28,782 But I swear to God that's all I did. 678 00:38:28,808 --> 00:38:31,543 So you're saying Billy did the rest? He must have done, 679 00:38:31,544 --> 00:38:33,564 but I didn't know. I swear. 680 00:38:33,704 --> 00:38:36,154 Billy told me Tyler killed himself. 681 00:38:36,440 --> 00:38:39,290 Can't find any record of Billy Manning. 682 00:38:39,608 --> 00:38:41,578 Can you help us out, Gavin? 683 00:38:41,624 --> 00:38:44,004 Manning's his mum's name. Right. 684 00:38:44,072 --> 00:38:48,722 He started using it after she died. OK, so what's his real name? 685 00:38:50,984 --> 00:38:53,084 It's Braxton. William Braxton. 686 00:38:54,872 --> 00:38:57,142 He's going away tonight. Where? 687 00:38:58,616 --> 00:38:59,716 Come on, Gavin. 688 00:39:09,560 --> 00:39:11,863 Platform three, it's across the walkway. 689 00:39:11,864 --> 00:39:15,484 Er, Steve, stay here, please. And Hugo, exit. Exit. 690 00:39:21,944 --> 00:39:23,974 That's him, Ron, over there. 691 00:39:30,152 --> 00:39:32,062 Right, Wes, I've got this. 692 00:39:42,680 --> 00:39:43,960 Going away, Billy? 693 00:39:47,720 --> 00:39:50,450 New start. My train's due any minute. 694 00:39:53,192 --> 00:39:55,042 Do you want to talk, son? 695 00:39:55,208 --> 00:39:56,468 I can't miss it. 696 00:40:01,112 --> 00:40:03,662 I know your mum died in that crash. 697 00:40:13,640 --> 00:40:16,490 (TEARFULLY) I really can't do this now. 698 00:40:18,248 --> 00:40:22,738 I know your stepdad and your brother moved abroad, didn't they? 699 00:40:23,000 --> 00:40:25,303 That only left you, and you must have thought 700 00:40:25,304 --> 00:40:27,607 you was the only one who cared for your mum, eh? 701 00:40:27,608 --> 00:40:30,398 They wanted to put it all behind them. 702 00:40:32,072 --> 00:40:33,922 But I couldn't leave her. 703 00:40:34,088 --> 00:40:34,788 (WHIMPERS) 704 00:40:36,248 --> 00:40:38,628 You really loved her, didn't you? 705 00:40:43,160 --> 00:40:46,120 She was the only person who ever got me. 706 00:40:49,064 --> 00:40:51,784 I understand she was a bit of a hero. 707 00:40:53,096 --> 00:40:55,596 All the time she had cancer, she... 708 00:40:58,136 --> 00:41:01,926 .. she was thinking what she could do to help others. 709 00:41:02,312 --> 00:41:06,332 What race she could run, how much money she could raise. 710 00:41:07,064 --> 00:41:10,324 She was the most selfless person I ever knew. 711 00:41:12,248 --> 00:41:15,508 But Tyler,... he was the opposite, wasn't he? 712 00:41:17,432 --> 00:41:18,242 So selfish. 713 00:41:18,728 --> 00:41:20,748 He didn't care who he hurt. 714 00:41:23,336 --> 00:41:25,946 Did you go into Tyler's cell, Billy? 715 00:41:31,400 --> 00:41:33,310 The cord was on the floor. 716 00:41:37,592 --> 00:41:42,012 He should have done it himself, but he didn't have the balls. 717 00:41:42,488 --> 00:41:44,688 You did though, eh? I had to. 718 00:41:47,384 --> 00:41:48,014 For Mum. 719 00:41:49,112 --> 00:41:51,082 And for Gavin's little boy. 720 00:41:53,000 --> 00:41:56,311 For all the other people on that train he killed. 721 00:41:56,312 --> 00:41:58,471 He was gonna get away with it. 722 00:41:58,472 --> 00:42:02,272 A few months in hospital, chatting about his feelings? 723 00:42:02,648 --> 00:42:04,098 How is that justice? 724 00:42:05,960 --> 00:42:07,700 I picked up the cord,... 725 00:42:10,856 --> 00:42:13,536 .. I said, "This is for Eva Manning. " 726 00:42:18,200 --> 00:42:20,110 Then I got my mum justice. 727 00:42:27,560 --> 00:42:29,540 Where's your luggage, Billy? 728 00:42:45,560 --> 00:42:46,950 You all right, son? 729 00:42:48,440 --> 00:42:49,470 I've got you. 730 00:42:54,920 --> 00:42:56,320 (MOBILE PHONE RINGS) 731 00:42:59,672 --> 00:43:00,132 Hello? 732 00:43:02,984 --> 00:43:03,734 Oh, right. 733 00:43:05,144 --> 00:43:08,074 I'm on my way. No, no, I'm on my way. 734 00:43:09,032 --> 00:43:10,832 You all right? Er, yeah, 735 00:43:11,048 --> 00:43:13,758 I've um... Wes, I've got to do this. 736 00:43:15,800 --> 00:43:17,959 'It's been a funny old day today. 737 00:43:17,960 --> 00:43:21,850 I spent it trying to find out why a man was murdered. 738 00:43:22,856 --> 00:43:25,591 Cos the man killed a lot of innocent people. 739 00:43:25,592 --> 00:43:28,327 And we did our best to get justice for the families, 740 00:43:28,328 --> 00:43:32,068 but the court decided he wasn't really responsible. ' 741 00:43:32,792 --> 00:43:35,815 Mate, can I get another one when you're ready, please? 742 00:43:35,816 --> 00:43:36,096 No? 743 00:43:37,688 --> 00:43:40,423 'I saw people on the news cheering cos the guy was dead 744 00:43:40,424 --> 00:43:44,167 and saying that the death penalty should be brought back for people like him. 745 00:43:44,168 --> 00:43:47,047 One of his victims even took justice into his own hands 746 00:43:47,048 --> 00:43:52,278 and now he's gonna spend the rest of his life in prison paying for it. ' 747 00:43:53,240 --> 00:43:53,940 (SNIFFLES) 748 00:43:58,712 --> 00:44:01,303 'There's people saying that justice has been done. 749 00:44:01,304 --> 00:44:01,934 I dunno. 750 00:44:03,608 --> 00:44:06,808 I can't stop thinking of that little girl... 751 00:44:07,064 --> 00:44:09,164 .. growing up without a dad. ' 752 00:44:10,664 --> 00:44:11,584 Emma, I'm... 753 00:44:15,560 --> 00:44:17,690 I'm sorry I've let you down. 754 00:44:20,456 --> 00:44:23,476 And I'd really like to try again, honest. 755 00:44:26,936 --> 00:44:28,676 I hope you're listening. 756 00:44:28,952 --> 00:44:30,052 Love you - Dad. 757 00:44:32,000 --> 00:44:34,740 Sync and corrected by www.addic7ed.com