City Homicide (2007) Episode Scripts

N/A - Life After Death

No, thanks.
You might want to use it.
She's been in the water for a few days.
Not nice to be near.
I'll cope.
Whoever dumped her chose badly.
Water wasn't deep enough.
A trawler dredged her up.
Don't think we'll be eating prawns for a couple of weeks.
How come we're only finding out about this now? Who was at the scene? Divisional D's.
Uniforms did a full line search along both sides of the channel.
Nothing there that would help you.
I authorised the transportation of the body.
She was naked when she was found.
I'll check for identifying marks, but you can forget about finger prints.
Fish have been at the fingers, see? SIMON: Drowned? No.
I don't think I'll find water in the lungs.
MATT: So she was dead before she was dropped in the ocean? Yes.
And she'd been tortured.
On the other arm too.
The breasts, neck.
Burns.
Most likely a cigar.
WOMAN: He burned her.
And she was in agony.
WOMAN: Her arms and her breasts HAMISH: If you want to have a look, there are similar wounds on the ankles as well.
It's hard to get anything useful There are electrical things.
Cords, plugs.
Her name's Siobhan.
Siobhan.
And that's all I know.
SIMON: So they slashed her wrists? No.
These splits are due to swelling.
She was wired to those.
I've just removed them.
Heavy-duty pliers were used to cut the wire.
I'll send them off, get a tool impression.
If you can find the pliers, we can match them to the cut.
I did find traces of plastic in her mouth.
Someone's wrapped her face in some kind of cling wrap.
She couldn't breathe.
(SCREAMS) She was gone.
I didn't want to come here.
I knew you 'd think I was crazy.
But you have to stop him.
He's going to kill her.
He's going to? Yes! It hasn't happened yet.
But it's going to.
Unless you do something.
(DISTORTED MUSIC) MAN: Detective.
Are you right? Uh Yeah.
You going to throw up? No! A psychic? Her name's Lila Sharman.
She described this torture-murder to us four days ago.
We just checked the notes on her statement.
The exact details, Sarge.
Suffocation, burns.
Being wired to something heavy.
Besser blocks, as it turned out.
We don't deal with psychics.
She even gave us a Christian name for the victim, Sarge.
Siobhan.
But we don't know the name of the deceased yet, do we? No, but SIMON: She could be anybody.
And why would this Lila Sharman woman come in here and admit to knowledge of a murder, if she was involved? Attack of the guilts? Or is she a witness that doesn't want to tell us how or why? Or maybe she really did have a vision.
I'm just exploring the options.
SIMON: Mattie, read the literature.
These psychics may sometimes look the goods but when it comes down to it, these cases are all solved by police work in the end.
You were right to kick her out.
Get her in here.
See what she's got to say for herself.
I'll check around the back.
DUNCAN: Hello? Anyone home? DUNCAN: Hello, is anyone there? Police.
Duncan! I think we've got sufficient cause for entry.
Police! Miss Sharman? Is anyone home? Police.
Two bedrooms.
Both empty.
There's dry blood on this broken glass here.
A reading gone wrong, maybe? Why didn't she see it coming? I'll call it in.
We need to check the place for prints, treat it as a crime scene, till we find out what happened.
Yeah.
Is she alright? Tell me she's alright.
Sorry? Who are you? I'm Marijke Sharman.
Lila's my daughter.
What's happened to her? Detective Senior Constable Ryan.
Why do you think something's happened to your daughter? It's OK.
She's not in there.
We don't know where she is.
She's dead.
That's why you 're here.
Why would you think that? There's been a death, and she's in trouble.
Anything from the Water Police or the divers? Zilch.
Long shot, anyway.
And our young psychic has disappeared now, has she? Her mum's on the way in.
She says that she's gonna bring a photo from home for us.
So Mum's a psychic too? "Marijke Sharman - spiritual connections, readings, counselling.
" She says the 'gift' runs in the family.
The gift? Oh, come on.
The mother's spoken to the daughter, the daughter has given her the same hysterical blurb she gave you and Matt last week.
And that is why she's worried about her.
She says she turned up on instinct.
Says she hasn't spoken to her daughter in three years.
STANLE Y: And why is that? We've been estranged.
Nearly three years.
So that photo isn't exactly current.
She's grown her hair now.
Has she? That would suit her better.
You still haven't answered my question.
Why is it that you and your daughter haven't spoken in all this time? We had a falling-out.
I brought her up myself, Senior Sergeant.
Alone.
Lila was fairly young when I realised she had the same sensitivities as me.
Eventually, that led to friction.
How? Basically, she hated not being able to get away with anything.
I'd usually know if she tried.
Once, she skipped school, went to the movies.
When the film was finished, I was outside waiting.
STANLE Y: Handy parenting skill.
It's not a skill.
It's just there.
Sometimes I used to wish it wasn't.
And Lila? I've learnt to embrace it, nurture it, but Lila's only come to that in the last couple of years, I think.
She didn't want it? She pushed them away.
Them? She tried to close her mind to the whole thing.
Now she gives readings.
I saw her ads in the paper.
The price of independence - the need to earn a living.
Do you know any of her clients? No.
No-one named Siobhan? No.
I've got to say, Mrs Sharman, you don't exactly fulfil my expectations of a psychic.
Spiritualist.
There's a big difference, Senior Sergeant.
Psychics are more focused on the intuitive.
I'm an intuit, yes, but I also communicate, through my guide, to people who have passed.
Sarge.
Excuse me.
Just got off the phone to Matt.
They're running tests on the blood.
Can her mother tell us her blood type? I'll ask.
Anything useful from the house? Prints? None on the glass from the table.
It had been wiped clean.
Hopefully we get lucky on the broken one.
Lucky's not going to be good enough.
You have to find her.
(DOOR OPENS) Please.
I told you - I don't know anything.
Please don't hurt me.
(SOBS) Lused to go out with a girl whose mother claimed to be psychic.
Apparently, she was pretty good too.
Why did she let her daughter go out with you? My point exactly.
So how did Lila Sharman's mother know that she was missing? The newspapers and the junk mail in the mailbox may have been a bit of a clue.
But why did she even come to the house? Maybe if she's offering to help us, we should The only help we need from her is to get her daughter's blood type.
Which is O-negative.
She just called it in.
Now she wants to get over to the house to see if she can 'pick up' on anything.
Maybe she should send her guide over.
Have Karen tell the uniforms securing the scene - I do NOT want the mother in there.
Why not? Because it may be the primary crime scene of a murder.
We will get to the bottom of this the way we usually do it.
Anything from the lab? Yeah - the pliers used to cut the fencing wire could be any of three or four makes.
What about the body? Yeah, there's a couple of interesting things.
A small strawberry birthmark inside her left thigh.
An old break of her left arm.
They say that she had pronounced bunions and calloused toes.
Pathology thinks she was a dancer.
Ballet, maybe.
Blood test from the broken glass is in too.
It's O-positive.
So, the blood at the house doesn't belong to Lila Sharman.
What's the dead girl's blood type? O-positive.
Same as the blood on the glass.
JEN: So maybe our missing psychic, Lila, killed her during a reading.
Hmm.
We need the details of how long the blood's been in that house.
We're still waiting for results, Sarge.
Something else.
I found an appointment book.
There's a Siobhan in here.
A regular.
Every couple of months.
Then every couple of weeks after that.
JENNIFER: Surname? Phone number? Some of her clients have.
Not Siobhan, though.
Just the Christian name.
Oh, bummer.
Not always meant to be easy, Jen.
Hang on.
I'll see if I can channel it.
La! Nup.
OK, we need to positively identify this woman before we can get anywhere on this.
Jennifer, I want you and Simon to go through any names on Lila Sharman's list that have contact numbers.
Some of her clients may have known each other and known the dead girl or know where Lila Sharman may be.
Sarge, what about Lila's mother? Oh, if they haven't spoken in three years, she's not going to be much help, is she? Matt, Duncan, you focus on the deceased girl.
Start looking at the dancer angle.
Dance companies, ballet schools.
Ex-dancers often teach.
I've got two daughters.
Get on with it.
(JENNIFER GROANS) (PIANO WALTZ) Sorry to interrupt your class.
Frankly, I don't mind.
I'm getting too impatient for five-year-olds.
Now.
You 're looking for a Sharlene? Siobhan.
Siobhan.
Siobhan who? You have a surname? Unfortunately, no.
Shoulders, girls! A photograph? Not any we can show you, no.
This is a homicide investigation.
Oh, dear.
She was a brunette, about 5'6".
Petite.
Probably mid-20s.
MATT: It's not a common name.
We think she was a dancer.
You 've tried the companies? Yes, our other colleagues are onto that now.
We're looking at teachers.
You 're our fifth ballet school.
Well, you 'll have to try a sixth, I'm afraid.
I don't have anyone of that name teaching for me.
And I can't think of anyone who does.
Did you ever have any Siobhans that were pupils? Start young, dance, then teach? Well, let's see.
The only Siobhan I can recall is Oh! There's this one.
How long ago was that photo taken? Not very long ago at all.
DUNCAN: OK.
Thank you for your time.
Oh! Goodness.
1990.
That long ago?! MATT: Siobhan Drew.
How do you know it's definitely her? The strawberry birthmark inside her thigh, Sarge.
And the old break - left arm.
We've got Pathology running dental comparisons for final confirmation.
But it's her alright.
We tracked down her old man in the US.
We warned him it could be her.
He's flying over.
He could be a couple of days.
We didn't push him.
It's not like he can ID on what's left.
He emailed us this.
STANLE Y: Get an address? Yeah, we spoke to a flatmate.
She's on her way in.
Anything useful? Yeah, bits.
She says Siobhan had been going through some relationship stuff.
Possessive boyfriend.
There you go.
Then suddenly she doesn't come home one night.
Rings and says she's going away for a bit.
Sounds shaky.
When was this? Just before she ended up in the bay.
She say anything about this spiritualism stuff? Yeah, that's what I wanted to ask you.
Can you chase up a cassette player for us? DUNCAN: Siobhan Drew swore by these readings, Sarge, big-time.
Kept tapes of every session up until a couple of weeks ago.
She gets angry, starts venting.
What about? Her reader.
She was absolutely furious with her.
You know, " What would you know? This is a load of crap.
" We've listened to the last eight tapes and noted some interesting bits.
That's if we can find them.
Ancient craft, ancient technology.
Relationship stuff mainly.
Generalisations.
SIMON: It's easier to sell generalisations.
They can still be dangerous if you take them seriously.
Yep.
Great.
Thank you.
Got an address for Tim Whyte.
The boyfriend.
Let's hear some of these generalisations first, shall we? There! You 've gone past.
WOMAN OVER RECORDING: He's not right for you.
SIOBHAN OVER RECORDING: Can you be more specific? LILA: I'm not sure.
They feel he's too focused on you.
You 're almost an obsession.
Unhealthy.
That's what I'm getting.
SIOBHAN: Then should I finish it with him? LILA: I can't give you that advice.
Does she use names in all these sessions? No.
Sometimes she says she's "getting a letter".
She mentions the letter 'T '.
Well, that's useful.
Maybe more than you think.
Her ex's name is Tim.
There's more in between, then a couple of days ago, this.
Wrong side.
Side B.
SIOBHAN: What do you mean, dangerous? LILA: Not me.
They.
They mean this one is not some knight in shining armour, either.
There are some things he's doing.
I don't know what.
But I'm still getting the letter 'T '.
They're trying to tell me about something big that's happening.
SIOBHAN: What sort of thing? LILA: Something bad.
Very bad.
Wow.
How specific is that? Whatever we might think, it could still be enough for her to have given Tim the elbow, and, if he's possessive enough The problem is the flatmate says Siobhan broke up with Tim Whyte two months ago.
That's one of the things we need to talk to him about.
Fair enough.
We also need to speak to Lila's mother again.
We do? Jennifer's finished working on that appointment list.
No-one actually knew the dead girl.
But at least four of them know about Lila's mother.
She referred them.
No-one told me anything.
I swear.
(KNOCK AT WINDOW) (GASPS) MATT: Your partner said we'd probably find you here.
You scared me.
Can you get out of the car, please? This is Lila's.
You were told not to go into the house.
I didn't.
I was just trying to get closer, just trying to get some sense of what's happened.
This is an old one of hers from home.
She left the house before your partner arrived on the scene, did she? Yes.
Terence has been 'on the scene', as you call it, for the last year.
Are you sure? Well, you 've not exactly been straight with us up until now.
How's that? You told us you hadn't spoken to your daughter in about three years.
But you referred clients to her.
Yes.
I did.
And I asked them not to tell her I had.
She's my daughter.
I knew she was doing it tough.
In her ads, she offered tarot.
I don't do tarot.
Sometimes, I'd get phone calls, you know, inquiries, people interested in the cards, so I'd pass them on to her, to help.
It was the one thing I could do for her.
Was? What, you still think she's dead? I don't know.
I should know.
She's going to be hurt.
I do know that.
Burnt.
Something.
No, it isn't.
It isn't bull.
You 'll see.
You need to believe me.
You lost someone recently, didn't you? Let me go, please, ma'am.
You didn't let her down.
She she brought it on herself.
You don't need a picture to keep her close to your heart.
She's always there, anyway.
They're going to hurt my daughter.
Please find her.
Maybe we should have listened to her last week.
Maybe, if we had, Siobhan Drew would still be alive.
That's crap.
She didn't know anything and neither did her mother.
Think Mrs Sharman was talking about Claire back there? It's a party trick they do, that's all.
They read you and then they pick up on things.
Simon's right.
All this 'life after' stuff is just so much crap.
Lused to think, sometimes, I should try to get in touch with Mum.
That there might just be something there.
You know? That's what I mean.
They need people to believe, and they work off that.
The way I see it is you 're dead, you 're dead.
Claire.
Your mum.
All the ones we put up here.
There's nothing wrong with asking the question, though, is there? JENNIFER: That's 'W hyte' with a 'Y '? MAN: Yeah.
Just for the record.
Why do we even need a record? What's this about? What did you do to your wrist, Mr Whyte? I cut myself at work on a lathe.
I'm a fitter and turner.
We thought you were a dancer.
I do dance classes.
What's this about? It's about your girlfriend - Siobhan Drew.
My EX-girlfriend.
What about her? She's dead, Mr Whyte.
Wh What? When? How? When did you last see her? Um Uh, a month ago.
Three weeks, maybe a month.
I'm not sure.
Why not? I'm just not sure.
OK? SIMON: When did she become an ex-girlfriend? (HESITANTLY) Just under two months ago.
JENNIFER: And you remember that? I remember THAT.
Yes.
SIMON: How come? Because we'd been together for exactly 18 months.
Why did you go and see her after you 'd broken up? I didn't go and see her.
I ran into her at a class.
I hadn't been going in case exactly that happened.
Then I thought, " Screw it, it's my class too.
" So you ran into her, and what happened? Nothing.
I was a bit late.
Class had already started.
I joined in.
JENNIFER: And? And afterwards, I went over, said g'day.
She cut me dead.
Took off.
Did you know about the readings? What readings? Were you angry with her reader too? I don't understand.
Have you ever met this woman? No.
Look.
I haven't done anything.
I love Siobhan, I want her to marry me.
So you still love her? Yeah.
In spite of the line she'd spun me - things moving too fast, me being too attentive.
That's true, isn't it? No! How can you be too attentive? She felt smothered, didn't she? That's why she moved on, found somebody else.
I don't know.
Yes, you do.
People saw what happened when you tried to talk to her after that class.
You went after her when she left.
There was a man waiting for her in a Maserati.
Nice little convertible.
Witnesses say you argued with Sports Car Guy.
Your ex shouted at you, the guy pushed you over and then they took off.
She'd met somebody else, hadn't she? And you were jealous.
JENNIFER: How jealous? JENNIFER: Can you describe that man for us? No, I can't.
Try.
He He wore sunglasses.
He was older than me.
SIMON: And? I don't know.
She told me to go away, leave them alone.
He shoved me.
They drove off.
Your wrist.
We CAN ask at your work.
Yeah, alright.
I didn't hurt my wrist at work.
I was looking at some photos.
Of us.
It made it worse.
I couldn't stand it any longer and slashed my wrists.
OK? Look I'd given up on her.
But I still love her.
The new boyfriend angle could work.
On one of the more recent tapes, Lila Sharman says, "He's not a knight in shining armour either.
" Maybe she'd found out something about this guy.
Maybe Maserati Guy's the dangerous one.
The one into "something bad".
And maybe her reading was way off.
You 'd better find out who this new player is, hadn't you? OK, so we start running through and checking Maserati owners, excluding women, men over, say Witnesses at the dance class determined the guy was in his mid-30s, so we can lose men under 25 as well? As if they can afford a car like that, anyway.
Oh, you 'd be surprised.
Especially if they're into bad things.
JENNIFER: Plenty of crooks drive flash cars.
Want to run the list, Dunny? Duncan? Hey! Yeah, sure.
Yeah, OK.
What are you two lazy buggers going to be doing? I am off to the hospital to discuss nasty cuts.
Checking Tim Whyte-with-a-'Y 's phone records.
You think he's lying about finally giving up on her? We'll soon find out, won't we? (SIREN WAILS) (PRESSES KE Y) (PHONE RINGS) Simon.
Sarge.
Yeah, Whyte's story kinda half checks out.
It looked like a razor cut, but it could have been done with broken glass.
Did they do bloods when he was in there? Yeah.
He's O-positive.
So it still could be his blood at Lila Sharman's house.
We keep him on the list.
Get yourself back in there.
Whyte's phone records show no attempts to contact Siobhan Drew over the past few weeks, Sarge.
That still does not eliminate him.
His blood type's a match.
What about these others? The Maserati owners.
DUNCAN: The four of them fit the profile of the guy that witnesses saw Siobhan with.
We can call in on them - element of surprise - or get them to come to us.
OK, I want you to go back, check your notes on Lila Sharman's statement.
See if there's anything that connects to one of these guys.
Hang on a minute, Sarge.
I thought you said we don't use psychics.
Lila said she had a real sense of what was happening - electrical stuff, pain That wasn't a witness statement, it was a freak-out! And we're supposed to look at it again? It's your investigation.
You know what I don't understand? Is why Wolfie would suddenly buy into all this psychic crap.
Because this guy fits? He's a 'T ' and he sells electrical goods.
Or maybe Wolfie just needs some answers.
Yeah.
Come on.
We have to talk to this guy, anyway.
MATT: Police! What do you want? You letting us in would be a good start.
Yeah.
He's my boss.
But he isn't here.
His car is.
Lets you drive it, does he? He went down the road for a coffee.
You might find him there.
Nah, we'll wait.
I have to lock up.
We're closed.
That's too bad.
Let's hope he's not very long, then.
Do we have something to be worried about? No, mate.
Not as far as I know.
You 're safe with us.
We're policemen.
You want to buy one of those? MATT: No, thanks.
I've got a street directory.
What's through that door? The stock room.
You want to look? You 're inviting us, are you? No.
You 'll have to wait for my boss.
They must be grinding that coffee.
MAN: Li.
We're supposed to be closed.
Yeah.
I was going to.
These gentlemen arrived.
Police.
Oh.
Right.
No coffee? I changed my mind.
Travis Smart.
What can I do for you? DUNCAN: You 've seen her? No.
Should I? You sure? She's pretty.
I'd remember.
Can I see YOUR pictures? We already showed HIM.
Show me.
Her name's Siobhan Drew.
She's 24.
She's dead.
That's a shame.
Sorry I can't help you.
You seen her, Li? Nuh.
No, I haven't.
I don't recognise her.
What's through there? You already asked ME that.
I told them.
You want to look? Thanks.
It was a question, not an invitation.
You 'd need a warrant, wouldn't you? You got one? No.
No? Look anyway.
(OPENS DOOR) MATT: What's this? We use it for packing.
Binding cartons to pallets.
You do it yourself? When we need to.
Have to work hard to make a buck these days.
You seem to do OK.
Nice car.
Everybody's allowed one indulgence.
That's mine.
SMART: Seen enough? Where does that go? Alley.
Deliveries.
Now, if it's OK, I gotta be somewhere else.
We done? They both smelt of cigars.
You buying into Lila's vision too, now? I'm not talking about what Lila said.
I'm talking about the cigar burns in the pathology report.
OK.
OK, we've still got these other three guys to talk to.
Travis Smart's the only one that fits the bill.
Other three guys - one's gay, got about eight cars - collects, hardly ever drives - one's car is registered in his name but it belongs to his mistress and the other guy, he's so happily married he almost made me puke.
Ah! Morning.
SIMON: Thank you.
Sugared? Two.
Stirred clockwise.
You think Travis Smart was out the back when you arrived? DUNCAN: He heard us talking to his mate, took off then came back.
Why would Smart take off? Maybe he was trying to get rid of something in the back, in the stock room.
We've got nothing on this guy.
What about his offsider? Did you run him through Pol-search? Merry Christmas.
Li Phat Lung.
Just one conviction, but he's been interviewed about four times.
Twice on drugs related matters, once in relation to stolen firearms, once on common assault.
The conviction - he did four months.
STANLE Y: What about his prints? Any matches in Lila Sharman's house? No, Sarge.
He'd be too much of a pro to make that mistake, I reckon.
We've got to push harder on Siobhan's ex.
His blood type's a match, and he was hedging on his description of the new boyfriend, whether it's Travis Smart or not.
Something is not kosher there.
(UPBEAT MUSIC) (SIREN WAILS) Do not run.
We hate running.
It's annoying.
(CLOSES HANDCUFFS) I've already I've already told you everything I know.
We don't think you have, Mr Whyte.
Lila Sharman had one brand-new client in her appointment book the week she disappeared.
A Mr John Brown.
That's original.
You were Mr Brown, weren't you, Mr Whyte? Is Siobhan Is she really dead? I have to know! Please.
I don't know who's lying to me here.
OK.
We need to talk about Lila Sharman first What? What about her? SIMON: So you know the name, then? She's disappeared.
Did you have anything to do with that? Yeah.
Alright.
Yes, I did.
They wanted me to find out how much she knew.
Hang on.
You admit that you met with Lila Sharman? Yeah.
You 're claiming that you were sent there to do that by somebody else? I was.
They wanted me to pretend that I needed a reading.
Who sent you? Travis Smart.
The man your mates visited yesterday.
SIMON: How do you know about that? Because I'd gone there too.
I went there because they still have Siobhan.
Look, that's why that's why I went to see Lila Sharman.
Because Smart was going to hurt Siobhan if I didn't.
SIMON: Why would he do that? Because Siobhan knew about some things, some plans that Smart had.
He'd had to put them on hold until he found out how she knew about them.
And the Sharman girl was involved in all this? She was the one that told Siobhan about them.
What were those plans? I don't know.
JENNIFER: Are you sure about that? I don't know! Some deal he had going down.
Siobhan told him the girl knew about it because she was psychic.
Smart didn't believe that.
Why would he? WHYTE: I'd done what he asked.
He promised to let Siobhan go, but he didn't.
I called him last night, said I was going to go to the cops.
What was his response to that? He said that if I did, that Siobhan would be dead.
And me too.
That's why I ran this morning, when you banged on my door.
So you did what he asked.
You met with Lila Sharman.
Just to find out how she had her information.
And what happened? SIMON: Did you find out? Mr Whyte, if you did, you had better tell us.
I didn't find anything out.
It is a motive for murder.
I didn't find out.
It all It all went wrong.
It started out like a reading thing but when I tried to turn it to Siobhan, she she totally freaked.
How? Asking me what my real name was.
Saying she was going to call the police.
I tried to grab her, she smashed the glass, went for me.
And? And she cut me.
And I punched her, I knocked her over, stunned her.
Then they came in and took her.
You should have called us straightaway.
They would have killed Siobhan! She was already dead, Mr Whyte.
No.
See, I don't believe you.
Why would they kill her? I did what they asked.
She's dead.
JENNIFER: They killed her.
They weighted her down and dropped her in the ocean.
STANLE Y: Take Simon.
Pick up Travis Smart.
MATT: And Li Phat Lung? Both of them.
DUNCAN: We should have gone back there last night.
Lila was still alive then.
Oh, you 're psychic too now, are you? No, it's logic.
Why else would Smart have pulled his disappearing act? He was hiding his hostage.
He was probably getting rid of her body.
If we'd followed up on her at the beginning, she wouldn't have been taken hostage in the first place.
We'd have got a rocket from Wolfie for crossing the line.
We don't deal with these people, remember? Hey, hey, you guys can stand here and argue the toss or we can pick these blokes up and see if they've still got her.
Yeah, let's go.
(GASPS) (TYRES SQUEAL) (SCREAMS) Bitch! Bitch.
Hey! Gun! Argh! Stay down.
Stay on the ground.
On the ground.
DUNCAN: Where's Lila? Where is she? (THUDDING NEARB Y) (LILA GASPS) It's OK.
We're police.
(LAUGHS, SOBS) I think I killed him.
It's OK.
It's OK now.
I had nothing to do with it.
Maybe my boss did.
I didn't.
Yeah.
Save it for the recording.
Hey, Dunny, just for the record, I think you did the right thing, not following up on the first statement.
Either way, we got there in the end.
The girl? I'll help you.
DUNCAN: Jen's with her.
Fine.
We'll talk to this bloke, then I'll get over there.
You find the girl's mother.
I want her there for the daughter, as soon as the doctors are done with her.
OK.
You 're not supposed to be in here.
It's not a crime scene anymore.
We found your daughter.
She's been hurt, but she's alive.
Triumph over adversity.
We've taken her to the hospital.
Can I see her? Soon.
She'll need to make a statement first.
And then you can see her.
I expect that she'll need to be in there for a while.
To recover.
I I think I'll stay here for a bit, look after the place for her, let her clients know she'll be back.
You know, there's nothing wrong with wanting answers.
They'd shipped in a whole lot of pills from Indonesia.
That was the "bad" thing that I was getting.
We know that now.
Our Asian friend decided to negotiate a deal.
DUNCAN: If you 'd just take a seat here LILA: Those people, they thought Siobhan knew something.
And it was my fault.
MATT: Why? He said, when he was hurting me, he said that she'd started asking questions.
And that made them think that someone in their crew - he called it their 'crew' - someone had been talking.
And he wanted to know who.
(SOBS) When she finally told him that she'd heard it from me - that it was a psychic reading - then he lost it.
He didn't believe her.
Self-fulfilling prophecy.
She created the dynamics.
LILA: And he said he used cling wrap on her to try and force her to tell the truth.
(SOBS) So, Smart confessed to you that he killed Siobhan Drew? No.
Smart isn't the boss.
Smart didn't torture her.
Or me.
All this psychic crap! I don't buy it.
Tell me the truth.
It is the truth.
I've got $500,000 worth of pills waiting to be collected and I need to know if somebody's going to be waiting there to jump on my people when they get there.
Who told you what was going on? I already told you.
It was them.
They told me.
He hurt me.
A lot.
DUNCAN: When we were there, where were you? Smart dragged me out the back.
I was already tied up.
Then he shoved a gag in my mouth and threw me in a dumpster.
I thought I was going to suffocate.
I'm sorry.
We should have come back.
Gave me time to work on the wire.
And then, uh, after you 'd left, they got me back out.
And Tim rang.
And I heard them planning on killing him.
Because he'd called, and he was in a panic.
And they would have too.
Then they finally decided that I had to be the one to go first.
And Li made Smart do it.
But by then, I'd managed to get free.
I only meant to knock him out.
I didn't mean to kill him.
Excuse me.
Your mother's here.
JENNIFER: Would you like to see her? LILA: Yes.
That would be good.
That would be great.
JENNIFER: Mrs Sharman.
(INTRO TO 'L UCKY STAR' B Y CHRISTOPHER ERNST) SONG: * 'Cause I love her 'Cause I miss her A lot of stuff they both came up with was pretty close to the mark.
Coincidence.
You guys solved this.
I think back to what old Tom had to say (LILA SOBS) I hold on I hold on I hold on Just hold on to your lucky star (SIGHS) 'Cause I loved her MARIJKE: She's at peace.
(CONTINUES TALKING) Used to fall through the floors when I kissed her But every day the pain, it fades away And I think back to what old Tom had to say Because I loved her And I miss her Used to fall through the floors when I kissed her But every day the pain, it fades away Yes, the pain fades away.