Hawaii Five-0 s08e18 Episode Script

E Ho'Oko Kuleana (To One's Duty)

1 STEVE: Previously on Hawaii Five-O: I've been trying to reach you all day.
Why haven't you returned my calls, Jessie? I've been with Hideki's crew.
I've been listening to the conversations you had with Nemoto.
- Excuse me? There's a gap on the tape.
- You need to chill.
- Whose side are you on? I've been doing my job-- the one you came to me with.
You don't like the way I do it, get someone else.
VITO: I've seen this guy before.
Did you mention Danny to this guy? You remember me, Detective Williams? I told him about how my nephew moved to Honolulu to become a cop in paradise.
That's how he tracked you here.
Should I know who you are? (gun fires) (Danny groaning) STEVE: Danny! Danny! (gun fires) (woman screaming) MAN: This is on you.
You make me act this way.
Please, Ray.
I love you.
I love you.
(whimpers) You're lying.
You don't mean it.
(knock at door) MAN: Police.
Open up.
Sir, we're responding to a noise complaint.
Uh, neighbors, uh, reported some screaming and shouting.
I'm sorry, Officer.
What can I say? I got one of those loud voices.
(whispers): I'll tone it down.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Excuse me.
Whoa, whoa.
Step aside, please.
Please step aside.
Thank you.
Ma'am, is everything okay? RAY: Everything's fine.
We just had a little argument, is all.
You know, married couple stuff.
Okay, okay.
But I was I was talking to the lady, if you don't mind.
Well Then you tell him, honey.
Like he said, it's over now.
(sighs) Sir, I'm gonna ask you to step outside.
You gotta be kidding me.
If you don't mind, sir.
Come on, come on, come on.
All right.
Ma'am, may I please come inside? Yeah, sure.
This is really unnecessary.
It was just a a silly argument.
(whispering): Look, I-I know that you that you (whimpers) You're probably scared, and you feel like you don't have any options, but that is not the case.
That is not the case.
Okay, I can help you, but you have got to be straight with me.
What do you want from me? I just I just want a statement.
Just a statement: the truth about what happened to your eye-- that's all.
Okay? Please just go.
I'm asking you to leave.
How about this? This is my card.
Put it somewhere he cannot see it.
Hide it.
If you change your mind, you want to talk, you want any help at all, call me, and I'll be here, okay? That's all.
Let's go.
Thanks for checking in, Officers.
You look fantastic.
You look amazing.
You're looking good yourself.
No, no, I look, uh I look 20 years older.
You look the exact same.
You doing okay? Yeah, look at me.
I'm fantastic.
You know? Oh, that that bullet, uh, missed my heart by about three millimeters, so I am thinking of going to Vegas, liquidating my pension, see what we can do, you know? I still can't believe Ray did that to you.
After all these years.
Some people hold grudges.
OFFICER (over speaker): Driver, kill the engine.
(siren blaring) I want both hands out the window.
(gun cocks) Step out of the vehicle! Slowly! Put both hands on top of your head! Interlock your fingers! Now turn around! Get down on your knees! Face down! [Hawaii Five-O theme song plays.]
Hawaii Five-O 8x18 E Ho'oko Kuleana (To On Dreams come true In blue Hawaii All my dreams come true If I could spend Did he say why? Nope.
He just asked me to come see him when I got in.
That's typical.
You know, it just proves my point that you're his favorite.
Like, he never asks to meet me in secret.
Yeah, well, we're meeting in his office.
Yeah, exactly.
(in other room): In blue Hawaii And all my dreams come true If I could spend this day Some days with you To the chorus Are you taking requests? No, uh, I'm I was tuning this, actually.
FRANK: Fresh faces.
Bright, optimistic eyes.
These two must be new around here.
They are.
This is Junior and TANI.
I'd like you guys to meet Frank Bama.
And for the record, Frank is the only person on God's green Earth who can go shoeless in this office.
Just so we're clear.
Pleasure to meet you.
Nice to meet you.
Nice to meet you.
Nice to meet you.
STEVE: Frank's an old friend of Five-O's.
He's saved my ass more times than I care to remember.
He's exaggerating.
Once or twice, max.
Your boss probably failed to mention how he, uh, repaid me for that by letting me crash on his couch last year.
For saving his life? That hardly seems fair.
JUNIOR: Hey, so what brings you back to Hawaii, sir? Vay-cay.
I'm Airbnb'ing this sweet little pad down in Lanikai.
And I had to come by here and drop off a belated birthday gift to Steve: that gorgeous Portuguese guitar that he's pretending he doesn't know how to play.
But, uh, speaking of vacations, uh, I gotta get on down to the beach before I miss this, uh, morning swell.
Okay, buddy.
All right.
Nice to meet you.
Hey, nice to meet you.
Pleased to meet you.
Take care.
All right.
See you, Frank.
All right.
You wanted to see me, sir? I did.
I have an assignment for you.
Whatever you need.
You remember I asked you to complete the HPD Academy before you became a member of this task force? Right, now, you got your Five-O badge early because you earned it.
But there is one last thing that HPD Academy recruits are required to do before they graduate.
And that (clears throat) is walk a beat.
Please tell me he has to wear that.
Sir One day, Junior.
All right? You're gonna wear this uniform, work one shift, see things from a cop's point of view.
Okay? They're our front line, and there's no work more honorable.
Commander, I agree.
But, respectfully, I must ask the question-- why am I the only new recruit doing the honorable work? You make a very good point.
You just had to open your mouth, didn't you? You just had to be in the room.
(lock buzzes) Come on.
Clearly, this is a setup.
I mean, you guys get an anonymous tip, then you pull Adam over and you find a dead body in the trunk of his car? It's not just any dead body.
It's Hideki Tashiro.
That's right.
As you know, he and Noshimuri had a run-in recently.
That's motive in my book.
You got five minutes.
All right.
Listen, man, I know you didn't do it.
All right? Now, here's what's gonna happen.
The autopsy results are gonna be back soon.
Time of death will be established.
Now, if whoever set you up is as smart as I think they are, they will have planned this so you do not have an alibi.
Which means I gotta get out, I gotta start working this case.
Got it.
All right, good.
Now do you have any idea who would want to pin Hideki's murder on you? There's one obvious candidate.
Whoever Hideki was reporting to.
The real boss-- the one I've been tracking.
Especially if they found out about the task force.
I'm thinking Hideki's number got called when he failed to deliver Shioma's money.
The boss takes him out, and while they're at it, they pin the murder on me.
However, it doesn't explain how you were made.
And, Adam, as far as I'm concerned, there's only one person who could have outed you.
Jessie? Yes, Jessie.
Can you think of any reason why she would turn on you? What? What's that look? I recently found out she's been withholding some information.
Look, I-I called her out on it.
We argued.
On top of that, things have been a bit tense lately.
I think it's fair to say this assignment has been a lot more than she bargained for.
Let me rephrase the question.
Do you think it's possible Jessie turned on you? All right, I-I can't see any of the addresses.
This side looks like it's evens, but I'm not sure.
(object clatters on roof) MAN: Are you insane? If you throw those Jordans out - These? You want you want these? - No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no! Found it.
Baby, please! Just relax.
What are you doing, baby? Just please Stupid shirt.
- Take that shirt.
- Just please, please, please, please, please.
No, no, no, no, no, no! Just just stop, babe.
All right, that's enough.
Just stop.
MAN: Just tell her to stop! Okay, all right, that's enough.
JUNIOR: Ma'am? Get get down here.
Baby! Get down here right now, ma'am.
This is the last.
That's it.
All right give me a sec, okay? I'll be right back.
All right.
So, spoke to her.
Apparently, he comes home last night at 3:00 a.
-- no text, no phone call.
She checks the GPS on his phone.
Turns out he was at a fancy hotel.
Insult to injury, it's her birthday today, so Well, there's nothing to charge them with, so I say we just let them sort it out.
Right, so we're just gonna brush over the fact that he's obviously cheating on her? Well, that's speculative.
And even if he was, it's not a crime.
(laughs) That is so typical.
Take his side.
Well done, well done.
What? J-Just because he was at a hotel late last night doesn't mean he was being unfaithful.
Oh, oh, please continue mansplaining that to me, 'cause here in reality, that makes no logical sense.
TANI, he wasn't cheating on her.
Really? Really? What else was he doing, then, huh? He was setting up a room for her birthday weekend.
Ocean-view suite, dinner reservations.
Bookings for massages at a spa.
It was all supposed to be a surprise, which you have now just ruined.
I mean, he didn't have to do that.
She just wanted quality time with him.
Yeah, I know, but, you know, intimacy doesn't come as easily for my boy, you know? He's really trying, you know? That's why he set all of this up.
All righty.
Well, job well done.
All right, you folks have fun.
McNEAL: That is an interesting story you're spinning.
But here are the facts.
We caught you on your way to dump the body.
You and Hideki, you had history.
Yeah, he was a person of interest in my investigation, if that's what you mean.
You know, I can see your face is still bruised.
That's right-- we know about your little trek into the woods with Hideki.
He must have really worked you over.
I don't know if I could take a beating like that and not want to get even.
Look, he was under the mistaken impression that I knew where Michelle Shioma had buried $20 million.
And when you couldn't get him the money? See, I think you still have that debt around your neck and that's why you took him out.
You know, everything you're saying makes perfect sense, only it didn't happen that way.
My task force was committed to finding the person who murdered Agent Fischer and his family.
My Intel suggested that it wasn't Hideki, it was someone above him.
A new player pulling the strings.
Who? I don't know yet.
(sighs) I suppose there is someone who could help corroborate your story.
The C.
you mentioned-- the person you had working on the inside of the Yakuza-- why don't you let us bring 'em in, see if they back you up? No.
No, I'm sorry.
I can't do that.
I won't divulge an informant's identity.
Then you'll go down for murder.
That's Ray.
Is that all I have to do to identify him? There's still some paperwork, ma'am.
Can you actually give us a minute, please? DANNY: Thanks.
I'm so sorry, Danny, for what he did to you.
Do not apologize for him, please.
Habit of a lifetime, I guess.
You okay? Actually, yeah.
I know it's not what you're supposed to say, but I'm glad he's gone.
He won't be able to hurt anyone ever again.
Yeah, you know, I-I generally don't believe in karma-- uh, too many bad things happen to good people-- but in this case maybe.
You know, for the longest time, I was sure it was gonna be the other way around.
It would be me lying on the slab and Ray standing here.
Well, you were strong enough to get away from him.
I think Ray underestimated how resilient you are.
You, too.
(knocking at door) (knocking) (sighs) DANNY: Hey.
You all right? Yeah.
Sorry, I Every time I hear a car pull up, I just think he's found out where I am.
I'm sorry.
Look, I-I, um I spoke to the, uh the people over at the women's shelter over on Fairmont.
They said, uh, that a spot opened up.
You'd be completely safe there, and, uh, you know, it's anonymous.
Until you figure out what you want to do next.
Thank you.
Yeah, of course.
So, I-I'm sorry to scare you.
I just I just wanted to come by and see how you're doing.
That's all.
Oh, and I-I got you a couple sandwiches.
Couple things, some some toiletries.
I don't know what you have, so Wow.
That is that is above and beyond the call.
- I mean - No, no, no.
It's nothing.
I-I can't have you eating the Twinkies from the vending machine.
They could be 25 years old.
Anyway, I'm gonna go now, but Well well, why don't you bring it in? Yeah? Yeah.
All right.
Thank you.
GROVER: Any news? STEVE: McNeal's still questioning him.
I'm pretty sure he knows that Adam isn't the killer, but until we put whoever did it in the frame, he's not going anywhere.
All right, so what now? Well, right now we need to track down Adam's C.
, Jessie Nomura.
Adam was worried he couldn't trust Jessie anymore.
Yeah, he told me she's been sleeping with one of Hideki's lieutenants.
Guy by the name of Kazuya Nemoto.
Chlorine Heist.
What are you talking about? We had him in here a few days ago.
I heard he made bail.
I presume we got a current address.
GROVER: McGarrett, better get in here.
In there.
(sighs) That Nemoto? Hard to say.
Take a look through that hole.
Half his face is blown off.
Those are his tats, though.
Excuse me.
You all right? He went by my sister's.
Found out I wasn't staying there.
He knows I'm seeing someone.
It's all right.
I swear I didn't tell him about us.
Don't worry.
Listen to me.
Doesn't matter.
I'm gonna take care of this.
You understand? I promise you I'm gonna take care of this right now.
Okay? You're gonna be okay.
All right? Okay.
Come on.
Let's go.
Just relax.
You'll be all right.
Son of a bitch.
He doesn't deserve this.
Well, what are you gonna do? Travel all the way back to Jersey with it? Pay for a burial, you know? That or flush him down the toilet at the airport.
You know, I obviously wasn't a fan of the guy.
Um you do what you gotta do, but I-I think that this this should be about you, not about him.
(chuckles) I don't know about you, but I could use a drink.
(Brooke chuckles) You know, nothing against musubis, but it's a snack food; it's not a meal.
Hey, I wasn't the one who suggested we rock-paper-scissors over where we get lunch, okay? (groans) Six hours down, six hours to go.
(laughs) Hey, you do realize that this is what you would be doing every day if you hadn't been kicked out of the academy, right? Yeah, I'm aware.
You don't become a cop because you're psyched to chase down public urinators and get shot at.
Joining the force was never about me being happy.
Yeah? What was it about, then? Well before my dad died, it was really just the three of us.
'Cause, you know, we moved so much, so it was hard to make real friends.
And Koa and I were actually really close.
Yeah, we had a lot of fun.
We got in a lot of trouble.
And, uh, somewhere along the line, I realized I I'd been setting the wrong example.
And I decided that it was time to set the right one.
And the irony is that now that I'm a cop, our relationship's never been worse.
Sucks being the good guy, huh? (sighs) Struggle's real.
Hey! Did we say that you could stop? I already covered my tag.
Why do I have to paint this whole wall? Because it's better than getting booked for vandalism.
And under section 708 of the Hawaiian Penal Code, it's a misdemeanor charge, so you can get charged up to a thousand bucks.
You got a thousand bucks? TANI: What? Somebody read the manual.
Yeah, I kind of improvised a little bit on the section number, but who cares? - Well done.
TANI: Okay, so we want two coats of that.
- And you know what? I think that I want really crisp edges.
You think you can handle that, Picasso? We want crisp edges.
GROVER: Ballistics are back on the Hideki postmortem.
Gun was a .
I ran it.
No hits in the system.
Nemoto, on the other hand, they got him with a shotgun.
You know what the chances are of getting any useful ballistics off one of them things? I just told the lab never mind.
Timing is too convenient, all right? I don't care if Th.
These murders have gotta be connected.
Well, I mean, it does suggest (cell phone ringing) more than one shooter.
If we could prove that, that would really help Adam.
Of course, we can't.
Yeah? HPD just got eyes on Jessie's car.
Where is it? (siren blaring) (tires squealing) Hey, hey, hey, hey! What was the matter with that lane? (horns honking) Hey.
Hey! That's her.
We have a wreck, my wife is gonna kick your ass.
(tires screeching) (grunts) I'm boxed in! (panting) (grunts) (both panting) (quiet chatter) (keys jingling) OPERATOR: 911.
What's your emergency? This is off-duty Officer Danny Williams.
My badge number is A686D.
I'm in front of Harry's Cellar on 56th and Eastman.
I got a potential DUI.
Send over a unit.
I will hold him in his car until you guys get here, all right? Copy that.
A car is en route.
(engine sputtering) Oh, come on, come on, come on, come on, now.
Come on, come on, come on.
(engine starts) (sighs) (engine stops) What the hell do you want? I'm gonna ask the questions, if that's if that's okay with you.
You can't charge me with nothing.
I was gonna sleep it off.
I just turned the engine on to get the heat going.
I'm not here because of that.
I'm here because you put your wife in the hospital tonight.
You know? And I I was gonna tell you, if you you feel like hitting somebody, next time I'll give you my phone number, you give me a call, you can hit me.
Does that sound all right, tough guy? Are you gonna charge me with something, Officer? Because if not Uh-huh.
I'm gonna get back in my car.
Go ahead.
I-I just know why you hit her tonight.
It was 'cause you found out she was sleeping with somebody else.
So that's all.
That's all.
And I also I also know that she wouldn't tell you who it was no matter how bad you beat her.
I'm gonna do you a solid 'cause I'm a nice guy.
I'm gonna tell you who has been sleeping with your wife.
It's me.
I'm the guy that's been sleeping with your wife.
I thought you should know that.
And-and this is the craziest part.
It's her words, not mine.
She told me that I am more of a man than you ever were.
Even before you started drinking so much that you couldn't get it up anymore.
How about that? Crazy stuff, huh? You believe that? Huh? (grunts) (siren whooping) (grunting and groaning) OFFICER: Stop! Step away! Step away.
On your stomach.
Stay still.
I said still.
Get off me! Come on.
(Ray grunting) (grunts) Everything okay? Everything's good.
I was just, uh just thinking.
Tell me.
Uh, I was I was just thinking about, uh the night that Ray got arrested and how it changed the course of his life.
He never really got over it.
For me, I didn't really think about it ever again, so much so I didn't even recognize him when I saw him.
And it's it's a trip how, uh, two people can experience the same moment, uh, so differently.
You know? The difference is you lived your life.
Had a family, moved on.
Ray spent all those years blaming other people for his failings.
STEVE: Jessie, why don't you help me out with something? As Adam's C.
, you had to know you were protected, so when the HPD tried to pull you over, why'd you run? Look at things from my perspective.
Hideki is dead.
When I call Adam to find out what's going on, he doesn't answer.
So I go see one of my contacts, Kazuya Nemoto, only to find that he's been iced, too.
Kazuya Nemoto.
The guy you've been sleeping with.
You mean him, right? STEVE: Jessie, Adam runs his task force under our supervision.
So, if he has any reason to question the commitment or the loyalty of his informant, he's obliged to share that with us.
You understand me? GROVER: How the hell you think we found out about all that “contacting” you've been doing with Nemoto? Much as I'm enjoying this conversation, why am I sitting here with you and not my handler? Where's Adam? You're really gonna just sit there and pretend like you don't know? Know what? Oh, boy.
Adam was arrested earlier today on suspicion of murdering Hideki Tashiro.
HPD pulled him over on an anonymous tip.
They found the body in the trunk of his car.
Someone tried to set him up to put an end to the task force.
See, the only problem is-- how would someone even know that the task force existed in the first place? You think I gave him up? Then why did you run? Because, when the two people closest to you in an organization are killed, you don't have to be a math genius to figure out who dies next.
Hideki knew he was on thin ice after he couldn't deliver Shioma's money.
That's why he'd gone to ground.
What are you talking about? He was full-on paranoid.
Had holed himself up at this construction site.
And when I showed up this morning to bring him supplies, he was gone and the place was a bloodbath.
I guess that makes that place our primary crime scene.
We're gonna need you to take us to that construction site.
You got a problem with that? No.
JUNIOR: You don't even drive a car.
You ride a scooter.
You have the least driving experience.
Okay, just give it up, all right? I have seniority.
I'm driving.
That's it.
You got like two months seniority on me.
- Yep.
- Okay? Next place we're stopping, we're swapping places.
No, we're not.
Your driving makes me carsick.
That's it.
You want me to throw up on you? I'll throw up on you if that's what you want.
Hey, hey, hey.
Check it out.
Shouldn't he be in school? TANI: You are such a buzzkill.
JUNIOR: Seriously.
Can I talk to you for a sec? JUNIOR: Hey, slow down.
I just want to talk.
- Hey.
- I didn't steal the cart.
I swear.
I found it in the street.
It's all right.
You're not in trouble.
What's your name? Kawika.
Kawika, it's kind of a tough neighborhood for you to be walking around all by yourself.
Where's your mom? She's dead.
All right, well, is your dad home? His car's there, but sometimes he gets sick and he falls asleep.
(TV playing indistinctly) Sir? Sir? Hey, buddy, can you hear me? (sighs) Okay.
(man groans softly) Okay.
Sounds good.
All right, let me talk to you for a sec.
So, you know how we helped you get home? Um, well, your dad also needs some help, so we were thinking that we'd take him down to the station and get him sorted out there.
Is that cool with you? Yeah.
All right.
So, in the meantime, you're gonna hang out down the street with your Auntie Lea.
Do you think I could walk you there? All right.
Let's do it.
Love you, Daddy.
I love you, too, son.
Thank you, Officer.
What? Wait.
I don't understand.
STEVE: What? There was a trailer here.
Oh, here we go.
Right there.
That's where Hideki was holed up.
Where he was killed.
GROVER: Mm-hmm.
I'm 100% positive there was a trailer there.
Hey, Lou? She's right.
There was something here.
Look at these tracks.
You're saying somebody stole our crime scene? That's a first.
And if we want to get Adam out of custody we gotta find it.
All right, man.
I appreciate that.
Thank you.
All right, that was an old buddy of mine.
He's gonna patch us into the keyhole satellite system.
Here we go.
There it is.
GROVER: And there goes our crime scene.
Looks like they pulled that trailer out of here about two hours ago.
Hey, back-back that up a little bit.
Zoom in.
How-how far can you punch in there? GROVER: We got 'em.
Five-O! On the ground! On the ground! GROVER: So much for them surrendering.
(man groans) (yells) (groans) (groans) Clear.
So, I just spoke to the booking sergeant, and he thinks that the prosecuting attorney will go for conditional probation as long as Kawika's father enters a rehab program.
You know, what you did for that kid, that was pretty awesome.
I can't remember all the times my dad got arrested, but I do remember the first time I saw him in cuffs.
All right, so, um, just to be clear, by no means did I enjoy today.
But, you know, if I'm being honest, it wasn't wasn't the worst day.
All right, that's all you, Superman.
(sighs) Oh, ma'am, let me give you a hand.
(yells) (screaming in pain) WOMAN: Oh, I'm sorry.
Oh, man! Oh! Oh, why would you do that? Oh, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
(blows whistle) Help! TANI! Help! All right, uh, I should, uh I should probably get going.
Okay, good.
Take care.
Oh, hey.
My God, your eye.
Oh, this is nothing.
Come on.
It was worth it.
The guy's gonna go away for a very long time.
All right? How you doing? (sighs) Good, huh? What's it feel like to, uh to be home? Oh little weird.
Yeah? But, you know, it's not forever.
It's just till I can sell the house, so You-you got, uh you got a new place lined up or? No, not yet.
I was thinking about making a move.
Maybe try out the West Coast.
I just think a fresh start would be good, you know? Sure.
Look, thank you.
For, uh (chuckles) everything.
You, uh you saved my life.
Oh, no, I-I was, uh I was just doing my job.
Well, most of the time.
(both chuckle) Uh well, uh take care.
Huh? You, too.
If you need anything, you call me, okay? I will.
Yeah? Huh? (crash) You gotta be kidding me.
(sighs) WOMAN: Shoot.
Uh, I'm, um Uh hi.
Um (chuckles softly) Hi.
I'm so sorry.
Uh, I It's completely my fault.
Um I-I saw your brake light go off, and I thought that you-you I mean, that you would You were you were stopped, and then you You know what? Don't worry about this.
No, I will My name's Rachel.
Nice to meet you.
Um, I'll give you my number.
Give you my Yes, you should definitely write down your phone number.
That would make up for everything.
You give me your number, and we'll forget this ever happened.
How about that? Everything's fine.
(laughs) Okay.
(knock at door) Yo.
Hey! Oh! Man, what's your mom feeding you? You feel like you've been eating trees or something.
Danny, I'm sorry.
Um, we got lost in a Pete the Cat story.
I still need to pack his bag.
Yeah, go ahead.
I'll wait.
Why don't you come in and finish it with him? Okay.
You want to you want to you want to read the rest of this book? Yeah? All right, come on.
Let's go.
Apply these drops every four hours, and it should clear up soon.
Can you even see me? How many fingers am I holding up? Probably just one.
(clears throat) Well uh, just so you're aware, um, I will be telling everyone about this.
And I mean everyone, starting with McGarrett.
Well, I suppose there's no way I could buy your silence.
(scoffs) Are you kidding me? No.
I'm sorry.
The Golden Child gets owned by a grandma? That's that is priceless.
Noshimuri, you're free to go.
ADAM: So, by the time you got there, there was no evidence? No.
But the crew that was cleaning the scene were affiliated with a Japanese faction of the Yakuza.
The fact that they were destroying evidence while you were still in custody was enough to make the case against you fall apart.
We were wrong about Jessie, too.
She didn't sell you out.
Then who did? I mean, did I slip up? We don't know.
We don't know anything right now.
But I gotta talk to you about something else.
When the M.
was conducting the autopsy on Hideki's body, they found some foreign DNA.
Now, there's no way to tell if it was the killer's, but they ran it anyway.
There was nothing in the system that could outright I.
this person, but it did turn up a familial match.
To you.
What? How is that even possible? You had 27 of 111 DNA markers in common, showing a close familial relation.
We also know the sample came from a female, roughly 35 to 40 years old.
Adam, you understand what all this means, right? I have a half-sister.
And somehow she's involved in everything that's been going on.

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