Agent Hamilton (2020) s01e02 Episode Script

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We're never getting out
of the country.
We were only to supposed to do this
to then get killed!
What do you know about
the attack in Stockholm?
An encrypted message was sent
just seconds before Barisov was shot.
Norling. A friend, Stockholm.
Pleasure to meet you.
Carl Hamilton. Landed at 11.45 a.m.
and was in Kungsträdgården 3 hours later.
I want more extensive information
about the object.
You have all the intel you need
and we'll get in touch with you
later on.
- Do you want to meet again?
- Yes.
Here's everything on Nazzir
and his three dogs.
A woman took part in the attack.
Rashida was trying
to save the politicians.
Unit 429, searching Sector 12A.
429 moving on to next sector.
- Nazzir!
- What?
We need to go!
- Is it a long way?
- We're almost there.
We need to help him.
- Nazzir, no!
- Get away from him.
Shut up!
I said stay down!
Don't move.
I'm fine.
Look, I can walk.
Nazzir, I beg you!
They'll hear us!
Yes, I can walk
Shut up!
You can run?
I can run.
Please, please
All right.
But he's your responsibility.
- What did you get?
- Al-Houl is dead.
The section is now led
by Mouna Husseini.
She thinks the ex-PLO operative
Nazzir al-Hasani
was behind the Stockholm attacks,
with at least three associates
recruited in Sweden and Germany.
- There's info about them on the drive.
- Any motive?
They think Nazzir was probably
motivated by money, not religion.
I'll give this to DG and we'll
get back to you. Thanks, Carl.
Continued mild weather down south,
with more rain in south Götaland.
It will then move north.
Somewhat windy tomorrow
in the country's south.
Very few people have access to this
apartment, so here you are safe.
Now, where did they put the key?
Do you have a lighter?
I suppose it's not worth telling you
about the dangers of smoking.
How long am I going to be here?
Until we know who killed Borisov.
We need to know everything
about Borisov's network.
I will be back in a couple of hours.
We have prepared a fridge with food.
Here is some wine.
Here you have a phone,
so you can reach us any time.
Thank you.
Excuse me.
Thank you.
Until we know who killed Borisov,
it is important
that you keep out of sight.
It's for your own safety
you are here.
Hi. I have the info you wanted
on Carl Hamilton.
Yes, I'm listening.
He first went there in 2001 and 2002.
Some exchange program for young
Swedish and Palestinian athletes.
Not really anything criminal.
Then again in 2007 and 2010, sponsored
by the Swedish Palestine Committee.
He was in Jordan in 2011
and visited a Palestinian refugee camp.
Anything about his military background?
Nothing except for
the incident with his superior.
Listen, I'll call you back later.
- What's that?
- Background checks.
- What's the status on the download?
It takes a while
to download all the data.
We'll have more to analyse tomorrow.
Then we can work out
what killed the cameras.
Birger, I want to know how our
cyber defence could shred like paper.
If I'm held accountable,
I'll hold you accountable. Get my drift?
- Hi. Sorry I'm a bit late.
- No worries.
- Find anything you like?
- No, just some red wine.
- Should we order a bottle?
- Sure.
- I'm really sorry I was late.
- No worries.
Is that glitter in your hair?
What's this?
Is this glass?
Have you been running around town
breaking windows?
- With your old Communist friends?
- Yes, exactly. All night long.
You decided on the black one?
No, this is actually dark blue.
Still cute.
- It's nice to have you home again.
- I think so too.
Näslund, wait.
Here. Here's the attack.
- The cameras. It was a zero-day.
- Zero-day?
- A vulnerability we didn't know about.
Only a handful of people
could do something like this.
Can you trace them?
I'll check with my contacts.
Our analysis of May 1 is now complete.
Säpo was hit by a so-called zero-day,
meaning an advanced cyber attack hit
the cameras around Kungsträdgården.
- I've said we need better cyber defence.
- And compromise citizens' personal data?
- Is that so bad?
- It's dangerous.
What's dangerous
is not making a decision.
You heard Näslund.
Someone's attacking the country right now.
We won't decide
until we know who that is.
It might be too late by then,
and you know it.
- Let's not be hasty.
- Sissela, the train is leaving the station.
And we're left on the platform
arguing about personal privacy.
- Aren't you scared?
- Of course I am. I'm terrified.
But I don't make decisions
based on fear.
- We have the least surveillance in the EU.
- Says who?
All the experts,
both in Sweden and abroad.
- Who pays the bill when you see them?
- Seriously, Sissela
I'm out of time.
I'm going to see Norling in hospital.
Is it Sven Erik Norling?
Yeah, sorry, I realise
this might be a strange question
but I'm searching for a Norling.
I have a letter for
Hello, my name is Elena.
Am I speaking to Carl Norling?
What's the plan? Look for work?
- Yeah, I'll start on Monday.
- Okay.
- I've had my hands full with Mum.
- I understand.
This may be a stupid question,
but what does someone
with your education do?
Programming, system development.
- Exciting stuff.
- You don't mean that.
So what do you want to do?
I don't know.
Things used to seem so clear.
But now I'm back home.
It's no wonder you feel like that,
given everything that's happening.
- What?
- With your mum and all that.
- I need to go to the gents.
- The gents? Shit, that's old school.
You can actually say
you need to take a piss.
- Okay, I'm going to take a piss.
- Great.
Do you know when you'll be home?
Ida misses you (so do I)
- Do you want a glass of wine?
- Sure. Nice apartment.
3 new messages
6 missed calls
You have two new messages.
Hi, I just wanted to know if you 're
coming home soon. We miss you.
There's food that can be reheated.
Okay, bye.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Where are you?
You could at least let me know
if you have to work. Call me.
I've missed you so much.
- Me, too.
- I can't stay long.
Come on, then.
What time is it?
Quarter past six.
I have to go to my mum.
What, now?
Her carer, Agnes, asked for the day off.
She's going to a wedding.
Is everything okay?
I had a great time last night.
Bloody hell
- Hi. Did I wake you up?
No, I'm in the car, on my way in.
Okay, forget about that.
You need to go to Åtvidaberg.
We've found the Passat there,
with blood in the back seat.
Send me the coordinates.
I want more extensive information
about the object.
No, you have all the intel you need
right now.
Are those wounds from one of my men?
We have intel that a woman
was involved in the attack.
Rashida was the one
trying to save the politicians.
Interesting choice of location.
I know the janitor
from when I was a kid.
He used to always let me do
a couple of laps before it opened.
So how was your first commission for
the Swedish Intelligence Service?
They revealed a couple of suspects
to the first of May attack.
An ex-PLO agent.
Nazzir al-Hasani.
They claim he recruited three other
people in Sweden and Germany.
But when I asked them about Rashida,
they tried to convince me
that she worked for the PLO.
She was in Stockholm
to stop the attack.
Did they succeed? No.
Carl, do you really think
I would send you off on a mission
I didn't have the correct intel for?
So who was she? Rashida was
working for Sahim Abdullah.
Jordan, last year.
Rashida was there to meet with a
Jordanian representative of the PLO.
But that was just a front. She was
really there to meet with Sahim.
Sahim Abdullah has
a very large network
of very well funded
sleeper cells.
We were on the verge of discovering
his plans for the May first attacks.
But he was just
one step ahead of us.
We need you
to find the terrorists,
because they are our best shot
to being led to him.
It's not going to be easy.
So what's the next move?
Gain trust with OP5.
Then ask for more access
to the Swedish police.
You want me to go into Säpo?
Like I said,
it's not going to be easy.
Does she have any connections
to Lindgren?
Tarabasov thinks she's afraid
to reveal everything she knows.
Here you go. It's your brand.
Shall we sit down?
I'm sorry about your loss.
Thank you.
Do you mind if I take one?
How was he? Dmitri Borisov?
The best person I've ever met.
I loved him.
Did you know
that he worked for GRU?
No. Do you know that it is
the Russian security police?
I do.
Did you ever visit him
here in Sweden? Twice.
What did you do? An amusement park.
We went to restaurants.
Did you meet any of his friends?
Dima didn't have
many Swedish friends.
He mostly spent time
with people from the embassy.
Anyone in particular?
Aleksej was one of them.
We went to a football game once.
Aleksej who?
I don't know his last name.
I'll look into it.
You know there has been
a terrorist attack in Stockholm.
So we are investigating
if there is
any connection to
what happened to Borisov.
Do you recognise a name,
Sissela Lindgren?
A Swedish politician.
Was there many people hurt
in the attack?
Seven people died, ten were injured.
One of them was assistant
to Sissela Lindgren.
Arvid Norling.
The bomb was placed under her car.
That's why we are investigating
the motives against her.
There is an Aleksej Remy
at the Russian embassy.
What did you want to tell me earlier?
I'm sorry.
Mouna contacted me.
She wanted to warn me about you.
- You killed several of her men.
- I defended myself.
I asked about the woman and the bomb.
One of the men pulled a gun.
You realise you've fucked up
our relationship with Palestine?
They overreacted.
They must be hiding something
You wrote in your report
that Rashida Younis was a PLO agent.
- I related their point of view.
- Okay, and what is yours?
Does it matter what I think?
Okay, Mouna is complicated.
Hand in complete reports from now on.
I want you to do me another favour.
I want information that's on a computer
belonging to Dmitri Borisov.
He was killed three days ago in Russia.
He's probably connected
to what happened in Kungsträdgården.
He was stationed in Syria
before becoming the attaché.
He may have known
about Russian support
for the extremists
in Kungsträdgården.
There's a theory that this might be about
something bigger than radical extremism.
Like what?
We think the answer
might be on that computer.
Okay. Where is it?
At the Russian embassy,
in Borisov's office.
Your way in is through
Borisov's colleague Aleksej Remy.
Use him however you see fit.
- Kristin Ek, Security Service, Stockholm.
- Eva Persson.
- What have you found?
- Everything from the car is down there.
I understand the search
has moved down south.
The May 1 bombers used this car.
But you know more
about that than I do.
The amount of blood suggests
someone was seriously injured,
either from trauma during the trip
or earlier.
Whoever left the blood behind
left the car less than 24 hours ago.
- Yes?
- Can you take down this number?
I need to
- 7633BW611-88.
- What is it?
I don't know.
It was on a paper in the Passat.
Could it be
a Vehicle Identification Number?
Too many digits.
It's too long for a VIN number.
- I'll have a look at it.
- Thanks.
- Hi.
- Hi.
I'll put these in here.
Is it okay if I borrow this?
Oh, yeah.
Aleksej! Aleksej!
- Hi. I'm on call and was close by.
- Okay.
Where is he?
Do you speak Swedish?
What's his name?
- Aleksej?
- Yes.
Aleksej, can you hear me?
How is he?
We need oxygen
and 0.1 milligram flumazenil.
His pulse is low.
Hang on, I need to take this.
Keep an eye on his pulse.
Yes? Andreas.
I can't right now.
I'm on a call at the Russian embassy.
Hello, Doctor?
Anyone in here?
- How's it looking?
- Good response to the flumazenil.
- Good. I'll leave the rest to you.
- Thanks for the help.
Hi, you've reached Rikard Ek.
Leave a message and I'll call you back.
I'm sorry about
not coming home last night
and about not getting back to you.
There's a lot of stuff going on at work.
I know you're sick
of constantly being told that.
I'm sorry.
You're stuck dealing with everything.
I know that.
But I don't want it to be like that.
Don't think I'm taking you for granted.
It's just
right now
It's a unique situation, okay?
It's for Ida's sake as well.
She may not understand that right now.
I hope she'll eventually understand.
I'm on my way home now.
I'm just passing Norrköping
and should be home around 10.
Borisov had email correspondence
with Arvid Norling.
One email included a news article
about Lindgren's death on May 1.
It was dated April 29th. Two days
prior to the attack in Kungsträdgården.
Did Norling send it to Borisov
or vice versa?
Borisov to Norling.
Who was Norling really working for? What
was the article's purpose? Who wrote it?
That's something to think about.
- Offer me to Säpo.
- Sorry?
Offer their boss your prime operative
to join the hunt for the terrorists.
Neither we nor they benefit
from separate investigations.
Don't be such a prima donna, DG.
- Okay. I'll see what I can do.
- Good.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- There's no more food.
- That's okay. I'll have a sandwich.
- Did you get my message?
- Yes.
Hi. Can I get a hug?
- I got a unicorn mask.
- Really?
A unicorn mask? Can I see it?
Let me see.
Wow, that's great!
Ouch! Fucking shit!
Dad, come quickly!
- What's going on?
- It's fine. I just stepped on a ship.
Sweetie, it's okay. Did I scare you?
It's okay, it just hurt.
I want Dad to tuck me in.
Hi. That number,
could it be a ship?
- Hi.
- Hi.
According to Lloyd's, they usually
work with IMO and MMSI numbers.
Each ship has a total of 16 digits.
That means we need the first 5 digits.
Do we have to map out every ship
with the same last 11 numbers?
That's 4608 ships.
4000 okay.
Shit. Here we go.
Mike? They tried
to get the connection
between Borisov and Norling
out of her.
She didn't give them anything,
but I think now is the time
to finish her off.
We have to know
her next move first.
Stay calm.
So this is your night off.
This is the best thing
that could happen.
Blame me if someone at home
complains you're away too much.
No, I don't really have anyone
complaining to me at home.
What do you think of this one?
- MS
- Swanshield.
I narrowed it down to ships
active in the last two months.
Two months
- The number matches, it's the right ship.
- Where's it headed?
- Hamburg.
- I'll call Näslund.
And here we have these two.
It was half an hour ago. The ship
left Trelleborg ten minutes ago
and will arrive in Hamburg
at 7.50 a.m.
Great, Birger.
We've got them now.
Sorry to barge in.
It's about the woman in the alley.
There's something you need to see.
Let's go in here.
Her cause of death
wasn't injuries from the explosion.
She died from massive internal bleeding.
A sharp item penetrated the aorta.
- What do you mean?
- She bled out before the bomb detonated.
- Before the explosion?
- Exactly.
It takes expertise
to locate the aorta with one stab.
It must be someone trained to kill.
- Thanks. Can you email me the pictures?
- Sure.
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