Hawaii Five-0 s08e12 Episode Script

Ka Hopu Nui 'Ana (The Round Up)

1 (camera shutters clicking) Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Special Agent Douglas Fischer.
I'm here at the request of Governor Mahoe to lead a special FBI task force focused on the brutal cycle of gang-related crime that has plagued this island in recent months.
It is every citizen's right to enjoy the freedoms of the city in which they live.
The people of Hawaii should be able to say good-bye to their families in the morning without having to wonder whether they'll see them again.
The recent escalation in violent crime threatens our very way of life.
Governor Mahoe has given me the sweeping authority to ensure that the organizations behind this violence are identified, rooted out and brought to justice.
This is my promise to the law-abiding citizens and people of Oahu: I will not rest, and I will not falter in my purpose until I have restored peace and tranquility to this beautiful island.
(song playing in Hawaiian) At this rate, it's gonna take us six months to unpack.
You do realize you're supposed to take things out of the box and put them in the new house, right? (chuckles) Have you seen Albert? - No.
- Well, we need to find him.
Otherwise, you can explain to your daughter that he's decided not to come live with us in Hawaii.
That is not a conversation that I want to have ever.
Right? So get looking.
Ah! Got him.
Crisis averted.
Honey.
Look who's here.
DOUGLAS: Sweetie, why don't you go give Albert a tour of his new house? Come on, Albert.
I'll show you my room.
I think this new move is gonna be really good for us.
Me, too.
(doorbell rings) I will get that.
We are gonna pick this up right where we left off.
(click, whirring) Get back! [Hawaii Five-O theme song plays] Hawaii Five-O 8x12 Ka Hopu Nui 'Ana (The R Miss Rey.
I'm Special Agent Douglas Fischer.
This is my colleague, Agent McNeal.
We're part of the new FBI task force on organized crime.
Oh, right.
We were told about your mission brief.
Five-O's totally committed to help out any way we can.
That's good to hear.
Because we have something to ask of you.
What is it? We're examining the timeline of the recent violence, seeing if we can identify what started it all.
DOUGLAS: It seems like things really ramped up about six weeks ago, around the time when Michelle Shioma was shanked to death in the showers at Kailua Correctional.
Do you know what else happened six weeks ago? Adam Noshimuri returned to the island.
Now, maybe these two events are somehow related.
I'm going to be honest-- I'm not really liking where this is going.
McNEAL: Yeah, but you're aware of Mr.
Noshimuri's very personal connection to the Yakuza, are you not? I'm aware.
It was my understanding that he's turned his back on that world.
That's what Commander McGarrett told you? Just to be clear, I have immense respect for Commander McGarrett, but but he can't be objective in this matter.
He's blinded by his personal relationship with Mr.
Noshimuri.
With an investigation of this scale, with this much at stake, I have a responsibility to investigate absolutely every lead.
And that very much includes Adam Noshimuri.
So, to be clear, you came over to my house to ask me to spy on my boss for you? All we're asking for is your impartial perspective.
Anything to do with Mr.
Noshimuri-- you listen, you observe, you report back to us.
DOUGLAS: Look, I'm aware you just got your badge with Five-O, but doing a favor like this for the Bureau could really mean a lot of opportunities for somebody like you.
Why don't you think about it.
Agent Fischer, how you doing? Commander.
Thanks for making some time for me.
I appreciate it.
How can we help? You guys have got a big job ahead of you.
Got a lot of ground to cover.
I, uh, thought maybe I could help you save some valuable time.
Bottom line: Adam Noshimuri, he's a good man.
Was he always? 'Cause we heard something different.
Yeah, I understand.
Um Here's the thing.
Look, he, uh he married a member of my team.
With my blessing, all right? This man has proven his loyalty to me over and over again.
I trust him with my life, okay? That's got to stand for something.
All reasons why I didn't come to you with this in the beginning.
Okay.
All right.
Let me just be clear about one thing.
You approach a member of my team again without my knowledge, we're gonna have a different conversation.
It's not gonna be as polite as this, all right? Thanks for your time.
My name is Special Agent Douglas Fischer.
Found it.
DOUGLAS: I will not rest, and I will not falter in my purpose until I have restored peace and tranquility to this beautiful island.
Get back! (explosion) I still have to perform the autopsies, but based on the burns and the report from the crime scene, I'd say the victims probably died instantly.
When they brought in the little girl's body, this was still in her hands.
She must have been holding it when she was killed.
CSU's been at it for over an hour.
Looks like there's no evidence of the incendiary device.
Yeah, well, an explosion that size, we're not gonna get any evidence from the crime scene, either.
Which means we probably have zero chance of tracing the bomb back to whoever it was that made it.
Oh, look at that.
Sorry, kid.
Hell of a case for your first day on the job.
Yeah.
Yeah, we just got off the phone with Sergeant Lukela, and he says that HPD has a four-block perimeter around the blast site.
And right now, they're currently canvassing the neighborhood.
TANI: Yeah, they also got officers doing door-to-doors.
No one's seen anything yet.
GROVER: Well, that's just perfect.
So we got no evidence and no witnesses.
TANI: Well, there's no shortage of suspects.
Remember Agent Fischer went on TV this morning, he declared war on every gang on the island? JUNIOR: Gang that was in Fischer's crosshairs could be a suspect.
So we'll bring them all in.
Every single one of them, anyone who has any connections to OC on this island, we'll bring them all in, we'll press every single one of them until someone rolls and talks.
'Cause I'm telling you, somebody has to know something about this.
Listen, don't shoot the messenger, but on an island of a million people, as many people we got here that could be connected to OC or violent crime, you're talking about a suspect pool that could be well into the hundreds.
Now, how do you suppose we bring all those people in here? We're gonna need some help.
Let's go.
Keep moving.
(siren wailing) HPD! Everyone down! Five-O! Get 'em up! Move, move, move! Get 'em up! Get 'em up! You, hands behind your head.
Get 'em up! Hands! Hands! Hands behind your head! Interlock your fingers! (indistinct shouting) Walk forward.
Let's go.
Walk forward.
Let's go.
Get outside.
Get on your knees.
On your knees.
On your knees.
On your knees.
On your knees.
On your knees.
Keep 'em up, keep 'em up.
Come on, let's keep 'em up.
(siren whooping) Hey, where we at? Just did a count.
As of now, we have 87 suspects in custody.
That's good, but we gotta pick up the pace.
All right, everybody, bring it in, bring it in.
Come here.
All right, this is a good start.
But, unfortunately, we have lost the element of surprise.
All right, we longer have that on our side.
The word is on the street that we're bringing people in, so we need to speed this up, right? Close the net before any of our suspects go to ground.
Now, Duke-- I need you to cancel all officer leave.
We need to double our efforts.
The next few hours are critical.
We still have 54 people that we need to bring in for questioning.
HPD, SWAT, National Guard-- you guys divide that amongst yourselves.
Five-O Task Force is gonna focus on high-value targets-- known gang heads.
Any questions? Good.
Let's get 'em.
Thanks, Duke.
Junior.
This is for you.
I want you to pick this guy up, all right? HPD's going to accompany you.
JUNIOR: Luis Alvarez.
GTA, burglary, assault.
Sir.
Huh? With all due respect, uh, this Alvarez character, uh, I know that he's a he's a bad guy, but I thought we were focusing on high-value targets.
We are.
What's the problem? Why do I need backup? No, no, no, you you are the backup.
Baby steps, all right? Baby steps.
(cell phone ringing) Jerry, what do we got? I'm patched into the surveillance cams down there.
I also got mics in every cell, so if any perp so much as mentions Agent Fischer, I'll hear it.
I'm also running through the crime stat data to see if that leads anywhere.
All right, where we at locating these targets? Our resident expert's working on that now.
Kamekona figures he's got a lead on a couple high-value perps.
Here, I'll let you talk to him.
Boss man, made a few calls.
Seems like all those cops on the street, they got the bosses spooked.
Hitting up all those safe houses.
But I got locations on two of your targets: a Hector Garcia and a Damien Bautista.
Sending now, boss.
Heads up, McGarrett.
This intel's got an expiration date.
These dudes won't stay put for long.
Copy you, big guy.
Thank you.
We're on it.
(cell phones chime) Oh, my God.
You gotta be kidding me.
What do you mean? You know this guy? Yeah, kind of.
All right, Lou, you go with TANI.
I'll pick up Garcia.
Actually, uh, if it's okay, I think maybe I should go by myself.
If I show up alone, Damien's not gonna suspect anything.
We can catch him off guard.
“Damien”? All right, be careful.
I will.
Come on.
Back to work, Eddie.
What's with the stink eye, Eddie? I thought I was your Uncle Lou.
Hey, man.
Why he looking at me like I'm the vet or something? You're sitting in his seat.
(quiet growling) Okay.
Right here, right here.
Right here.
Okay.
According to Kamekona's Intel, this is where Garcia's been holed up.
(whistles) GROVER: What the hell, man? I mean, isn't a safe house-- the purpose of it to be off the radar? Yeah, the balls on this guy hiding in plain sight like this.
He must have a big crew inside.
Got a heat signature from our satellite.
Looks like looks like he's alone on the first floor.
(whispering): Eddie.
On me.
You ready? Let's go.
Go, go, Eddie, go.
This ought to be easy, but it rarely is.
All right, Eddie, go up, go up.
Go on.
(siren whooping) Adam Noshimuri Agent McNeal, FBI Special Task Force.
Step out of the vehicle, please.
Have I done something wrong? Just get out of the car, sir.
How can I help you, Agent? I have some questions for you.
You mind telling me what this is all about? Oh, I think you know.
There's no sign of this guy.
He got a big crib, and he gotta be hiding in here somewhere.
Tell you what.
See what the old eye in the sky has to say.
All right.
There's you.
There's me.
There goes Eddie.
This guy a magician or something? It's weird.
(Eddie barking) (growls) What do you got, Eddie? Good boy.
Good boy.
All right.
You ready? Yeah.
Go.
GROVER: Huh.
Now, that is one genuine Houdini move.
Looks like it leads to some kind of underground tunnel.
Uh-huh.
After you.
Nah, I got a better idea.
(barks) (growls) (yells, grunts) There he is.
Get him off! (grunting) Hey, get him off me! Hey! Get him off! Get him off me! (grunts) Okay! Get him off! GROVER: Relax, Hector.
He just wants to get to know you.
Give me that.
Good boy, good boy.
Get up.
Get up! Come on.
Get up, man.
You ain't hurt.
Get up.
Turn around.
Put your hands behind your back.
(knock at door) This is the moment we all been waiting for Waiting for, just look up to the stars Well, looky here.
Been a while, shorty.
Mm-hmm.
Can I come in? Can I trust you not to break anything? Well, since I no longer care that you're seeing other women, I'd say yeah, your stuff's safe.
(chuckles) Wow.
Hey, you redecorated.
Yes, I did.
Looks good.
Grew your hair out.
Mm-hmm.
I did.
How's baby bro? Koa? He's good.
You know, now that you're not in his life, getting him involved in all your schemes.
(chuckles) Well, you didn't always think it was a bad idea to be involved in my schemes.
That's true, but I also thought Capri pants were cute.
But we all make mistakes.
You know, speaking of mistakes, heard you got booted from cop school.
Guess you can't fight your upbringing.
Mm-hmm.
I did.
Got kicked out of the police academy.
But you know me-- I always bounce back.
Yeah.
So, what you got going on now? Mall security? TSA? Five-O.
In fact, I'm here on official business.
I'm taking you in.
- Bring me in for what? - Oh, you're not watching the news? A man and his family were murdered.
You think I got something to do with that? That's what we're gonna find out, aren't we? I ain't going nowhere with you today.
Okay.
You sure you want to play it like that? (vehicles arriving) Are you? What did you do? Oh, I figured the cops would come for me.
I called some boys about ten minutes before you got here.
They're gonna take me someplace nice and quiet, so I'm sorry to disappoint you.
You and me-- just another case of bad timing, right? We need someone posted outside.
We'll bring him out.
(gunfire) Get down! Keep your head down! Hey, get back here, get back here.
Come on.
Get back here.
Head down, head down.
Put pressure on that.
(gunfire continues) This is Officer Junior Reigns with Five-O requesting backup.
We got two officers down.
One dead and one wounded.
Where you gonna go? Gonna go get our perp.
(grunts) (gunfire) (small explosion) (grunting and groaning) (panting) (indistinct police radio chatter) What happened to the suspect? He's dead.
Hey, when EMTs are done with Officer Ojoa, let 'em know I might need a hand with this.
(elevator bell dings) You really think that's going to keep them out? Probably not, but it'll buy us some time.
Girl, there's no way your backup is getting here in time, so old times' sake, I'm gonna do you a favor.
That right? That's right.
Here's how it's gonna go.
You let me walk out of here, I leave with my crew, and you get to live.
- That's so generous of you.
- Yeah, take me up on the offer.
'Cause, if you don't, I guarantee it won't end well.
(pounding) MAN: Damien, open the door, man! Open up! There's no other way out of this.
MAN: Damien! Hey, I got Five-O in here! (heavy gunfire) You know what? You always did lack imagination.
Damien, where's you at? (groans) I think I bust a rib.
Better shut up and move.
You want me to break your arm, too? I wouldn't get too comfortable if I was you, Hector.
Gonna come back for a little Q-and-A in a little bit.
Maybe I'll bring Eddie back for you.
Hey.
Damien's in cell 17, so looks like we're two for two.
What in the hell happened to you? Oh, it was just like an unexpected swim.
It was actually quite refreshing.
You should try it.
STEVE: All right, copy that.
Appreciate it.
Thank you.
All right.
Yeah.
Now what? That was Duke.
I guess Junior got winged during the raid on Luis Alvarez.
TANI: Oh, my God.
Is he okay? STEVE: He's gonna be fine.
In fact, he saved one of the cops' lives.
The other officer, unfortunately, wasn't so lucky.
What about Alvarez? Alvarez ain't gonna answer any questions, either.
All right, what do we do now? Well, we got 169 suspects in custody.
Let's shake some cages, get some answers.
Gonna talk about Agent Fischer for a minute, all right? Agent Fischer was a threat to you and your organization, wasn't he? You know we got one of your boys to roll on you, right? He told us you had him scope out Fischer's place a couple days ago.
The bomb-- who made it for you? Give me a name, or I swear you're gonna rot in here.
STEVE: And that's why you took him out, wasn't it? 'Cause you thought the next right step was to kill him-- kill him and his family.
You think you're gonna send a message to law enforcement that you're untouchable? Is that it? Is it just me, or have we just been banging our heads against a wall for the last three hours? Yeah, I mean, for me it's a lot of just finger pointing, everyone blaming each other for the Fischer hit.
I tell you what-- either they all got together beforehand and made sure their stories lined up, or Or they're telling the truth.
Yeah.
They're all telling the truth.
All right? We all heard it over and over again.
These guys are in survival mode.
They're so busy dealing with a turf war, they don't have time to make a high-profile hit like the one on Fischer.
And yet, we got Agent Fischer and his family all dead now.
Jerry.
JERRY (over phone): Steve.
Hey, listen, man, we're not getting very far in the interrogations.
Nobody claims to know a thing about the Agent Fischer hit.
Please tell me you got something off the hidden mics.
Still nothing.
Well, that's not entirely true.
I know a guy that's got 60 grand buried in his mother's back garden.
But as far as the Fischer hit, Nada, zilcho; but I did find something interesting.
I went through the police reports and the crime stats, and there's an anomaly in the data.
TANI: What kind of anomaly? Well, aside from the prison hit on Michelle Shioma, the Yakuza has largely avoided casualties in all this violence.
Certainly nowhere near the level of comparable OC crews.
Is it just me, or is that weird? I'm gonna go with “suspicious.
” STEVE: Wait a minute.
Who is running the Yakuza these days? Well, according to CIU, it's this guy named Brandon Kenzo.
He's on our list, but CIU has no clue of his whereabouts.
They haven't had eyes on him for four months.
STEVE: All right, wait a minute.
Let's think about this for a second.
Michelle Shioma was arrested, and it weakened the Yakuza, right? So Kenzo takes her out so he can take over the organization.
Okay, he takes her out, and then what does he do? He starts an island-wide gang war to decimate the competition.
Well, that would explain why the Yakuza's the only outfit that hasn't been hurt by all of this.
Right.
And why Kenzo's been in hiding.
I mean, it's kind of a genius plan.
He just lays back and lets all the other gangs on the island cannibalize each other.
Right, then the governor brings Fischer in to clean up the gangs.
Kenzo figures that the Feds are gonna learn it was him who started all the violence And he hits Fischer.
Makes sense to me.
We gotta track down Kenzo.
All right, well, even if any one of his crew know where he might be laying low, I don't think they're gonna talk.
Jerry.
I'm way ahead of you.
We, uh, happen to have somebody at our disposal who has contacts in that world.
Come on, man, you got Adam on the phone yet or what? No, his cell's going straight to voice mail.
Better ping it.
Ping that phone.
Call me back.
McNEAL: Okay, let's go over it again.
Starting with when you arrived in Hawaii six weeks ago.
Look, I don't know how many times I can tell you the same thing.
Well, then try something else.
Like the truth.
The truth is, I have nothing to hide.
Is that right? Yeah, it is.
And I think you know that.
You know, I'm not one of those people who thinks that life is full of harmless little coincidences.
The way I see it, the timing of your return is too suspicious.
Plus, in all my years of doing this, I've never heard of anyone retiring from the Yakuza.
You get out when you die.
That's how it is with them.
What can I say? There's always an exception to every rule, Agent McNeal.
Excuse me.
Agent McNeal is in a meeting.
You can't go in there.
Hey.
Whatever's going on here, it's over.
You all right? - That is not your call, Commander.
- What did I tell you, huh? Your friend here is a person of interest in our investigation.
No, my friend here is a victim of harassment by the Bureau.
Now, if you're gonna charge him, he can stay.
Otherwise, we're leaving.
- Okay.
Sure.
- All right, good.
Let's go.
Hey, before you leave, there's something I'd like you to see.
And what's that? It's a little gift from our friends at Women's Community Correctional in Kailua.
See, less than 24 hours before she was killed in prison, Michelle Shioma received a visitor.
You remember her, Commander? She used to run the Yakuza here on the island.
Go ahead.
Take a look.
Do you still think we're harassing your friend? Listen.
A few days after I got back to Hawaii, Michelle Shioma reached out to me through an intermediary.
She wanted me to come see her.
You didn't say no? I did.
But then I got to thinking about what she could possibly want, and I don't know, I guess my curiosity got the better of me.
I have to admit, I'm surprised you agreed to meet me.
Most people wouldn't sit down with someone who tried to kill them on multiple occasions.
What do you want, Michelle? You have four minutes of my curiosity left before I get up and walk out of here.
So, what was it that Michelle Shioma had to say? Michelle Shioma will do and say whatever it takes to get what she wants.
After my sentencing, the Feds put my kids in protective custody.
Six months later, I still have no idea where they are or how they're doing.
I'm sorry to hear that, but what does any of that have to do with me? I want you to track my children down, check in on them, let me know that they're okay.
Look, your children are in protective custody for a reason.
Yeah, I know.
There are plenty of people who would like to hurt me, who wouldn't hesitate to target my kids just to see me suffer, but as their mother, I deserve to know how they're doing.
You can use your connections to Five-O to find out.
Maybe get word to them for me.
That's never gonna happen.
Excuse me? The Feds aren't just protecting your children from your rivals, Michelle.
They're also protecting them from you.
And I'm not gonna put them in danger by bringing you back into their lives.
You know, in spite of his line of work, my father was a very cautious man.
That's why he had large sums of money buried all over the island before he was killed.
A large portion of that money once belonged to you.
And I know where that's buried.
You really think that after all this time that money is the thing that's gonna change my mind? We're done here.
No, no, wait.
Wait.
I know something about you, Adam Noshimuri.
Something that could change your life forever.
What was it that Shioma had to tell you? My hunch is she was bluffing, but I'd rather not know what it was than be in her debt.
Which is what I told her right before I walked out.
Listen, Steve, I'm sorry.
I should have come to you the minute her people reached out to me.
It's okay.
I don't blame you for going to see her.
I'm just glad you didn't take that bait.
Adam.
You know a guy named Brandon Kenzo? Yeah.
Yeah, I know Brandon.
He's a Yakuza lieutenant.
Not anymore.
Word is he's running the organization now that Shioma's gone.
We think he's the one who killed her in order to assume full control of the Honolulu faction.
We also think that he's the one responsible for this recent surge of gang-on-gang violence.
That's a bold play.
It is a bold play.
Here's the problem-- he's gone to ground.
We need to find him.
Now, Adam, a guy like you, with your connections Look, if anyone can find him, you can.
You need my help, you got it.
(knocks) Tell Mr.
Kenzo Adam Noshimuri is here to see him.
Give me Saint Luke in the sixth.
50 across the board.
Adam Noshimuri.
If I made a list of all the people who I thought might track me down here, you'd be at the bottom of it.
Believe me, I'm just as surprised as you to find myself here.
There's some business we need to discuss.
Sure.
Okay.
So, how'd you find me? Went to that hostess bar on King.
Spread some money around with the girls.
Didn't take long to find one who had been by here.
(chuckling) What can I say? A man has needs, right? You've been out of the game a long time now.
So, what is it you want to talk about? The terms of your surrender.
Come again? Easy.
Your guys already searched me at the door.
Plus, you really think I'd be dumb enough to walk in here strapped? Right now, Five-O, HPD and SWA have this place surrounded.
And that's how long we have before they move in here.
Two minutes.
Everybody, maintain position.
We breach on my command.
In what universe did you think leading the cops here wouldn't end in me putting a bullet in your face? I'm doing you a favor here, Brandon.
Giving you an opportunity to think your options through.
You could kill me and go down in a hail of bullets, or we can walk out of here together and I'll make sure my people are fair to you.
Your people? One minute.
There's cops everywhere.
What do you want us to do? There's only one play here.
Choice seems simple to me.
Says the guy with a gun in his face.
But seems to me there's a whole range of options.
Starting where I put the first bullet.
GROVER: 30 seconds.
ADAM: You kill me, you're guaranteed to spend the rest of your life in prison.
Assuming you make it out of here alive.
But if you give yourself up, cooperate, with the lawyers you can afford, you'll be out in no time.
You got it all figured out, don't you? You're smart, Brandon.
I wouldn't have risked my life coming in here if I didn't think you'd make the right decision.
(chuckles softly) 15 seconds.
Copy.
STEVE: Hands behind your head.
Interlock your fingers.
Right now.
Right now! Keep moving.
Keep moving.
Let's go.
Let's go.
Let's go.
Line up.
Noshimuri assured me a fair deal here.
Did he? Okay, well, that depends on what you've done, Brandon, doesn't it? Michelle Shioma? She was my oyabun.
I respected that.
Her death had nothing to do with me.
Cool story, bro.
Now, let me tell you how that looks to us.
Looks to us like, as acting head of the Yakuza, you stood the most to gain from her little untimely accident in the shower.
STEVE: But that was just the beginning, wasn't it? You lit the fire that started all this gang violence, and then you stepped back and you watched all these rival territories start tearing each other apart.
GROVER: And when you're the last man standing, you make your move, then you end up controlling the whole damn thing.
STEVE: And the hit on Fischer, that was just you pouring more gasoline on the fire, wasn't it? I mean, you knew that law enforcement would clamp down on every single faction out there.
And with your men off the street, you strengthen your position while you weaken theirs.
Well, that all makes perfect sense.
There's just one problem.
What's that? None of it's true.
I had nothing to do with the hit on Michelle, but I was happy to let other people think I did it.
As for starting all this violence, that's not on me or my organization.
GROVER: I suppose next you're gonna tell us you had nothing to do with the hit on Agent Fischer.
Killing a Fed and his family? You'd have to be crazy to want to bring that much heat on yourself.
And whatever else you may think of me, I'm not crazy.
Let's take him in.
Okay, time for jail.
Come on.
Right this way.
(cell phone ringing) Got a nice room down there for you downtown.
Jerry, what's up? Boss, we got a problem.
Someone just hit the rendition facility.
Jerry, what's going on? I'm counting eight hostiles.
They're overpowering the guards.
We got three no, make that four cops down.
Hold on.
It looks like they're starting to open the cages.
They're freeing Bautista, Cho, Santos, Garcia.
GROVER: Those are all the high-value targets.
STEVE: What are they doing to them, Jerry? Jerry, what are they doing? Oh, no.
- What “oh, no”? - They just cut the feed.
(siren wailing) On your knees! On your knees now! Get down! Lock your hands behind your head! Jerry! We need backup! HPD and SWAT right now! And EMTs.
All available units.
Got it.
Move! Move! (groans) (groans) STEVE: Get an APB out on a late-model SUV headed south on the Meheula Parkway towards H2, and get birds up in the air right now.
Roger that.
STEVE: Right now! Move in.
Move.
Oh, no.
GROVER: This is every crime boss in town.
(sirens wailing in distance) (sirens growing closer) Oh, God.
Here you go.
Mr.
Bautista's personal effects.
Thank you.
Are you sure you want to do this? We can contact his next of kin.
(grunts) No, I-I know his mother.
She should hear it from me.
How long has he been there? A while.
Hey.
Heard you checked yourself out of the hospital.
Could've done more.
I should've told them to take me in with them.
I would've seen the danger.
No.
No.
From what I understand, you did more than anyone could have expected.
Junior.
Hey, this is not on you.
Do you understand? Junior.
Yeah.
Come on.
Let's go.
I'm driving you home.
Hey.
Hey, buddy.
Hey.
Grab a seat.
Thanks for coming.
Yeah.
Everything okay? (sighs) I haven't had a day as bad as today for a long time.
Just everything-- the way it went down, you know? Rendition facility.
The fact that whoever murdered Agent Fischer, his wife, his six-year-old daughter that person's still out there.
They're not behind bars.
They're not dead in a hole.
I'm just having a little trouble with it, you know.
Yeah.
Well, hey, tomorrow's another day, Steve.
(sighs) Yeah, it is.
I want you to see something.
So, we I.
D.
'd the dead shooters that hit the rendition facility.
All right, they were foreign mercenaries out of Tokyo.
Now, according to the Japanese Criminal Affairs Bureau, these guys had no affiliations with any established crews.
They had no Yakuza ink.
None of them had any arrest records that tied back to any syndicate crimes.
So Kenzo was telling the truth-- this had nothing to do with him.
It looks that way.
I think it's safe to assume that whoever put the rendition hit together also took out Shioma and Fischer.
Looks like there's a new player on the scene and they don't like competition.
That's my guess.
Right? Yeah, you're chasing a ghost.
No, Adam, we are chasing a ghost.
That's why I called you here tonight.
I need your help.
I want you to head up a special division within the Five-O Task Force that focuses solely on organized crime on this island.
Now, you got the connections.
You know how these guys think.
You know how they act.
I want you to help me find who did all this.
Now, listen.
I know it's a lot for me to ask you to walk back into that world No, Steve.
You don't have to convince me.
I'm in.