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catch you guys next time around. sure thing. marshal, a word? no. hey, detective? hey! hey. hey, this is a secured area, andre. you're not supposed to be in here, press or not. look, i just need a minute, detective. we already said no. rolando vega was the biggest drug dealer in new york. taking him down is a huge story. i just want to get it right. no, you want to make the cover of the times. yeah, that, too. this is big news. you guys were right in the middle of it. well, we don't do interviews, okay? someday, some hollywood big shot will buy the life story rights, d then you can go see the movie. hey! officer: hey! what's the problem? we don't need no cops, okay? this is a private matter. you're being loud and boisterous. lower your volume or you're going in. look, i didn't do a damn thing, man. i didn't do a damn... so, what happened? why did our officer's camera stop functioning? that's unclear. what is clear is that the suspect, james prince, is in the hospital with a fractured skull.
when he took the guy down, his head hit the sidewalk. prince says officer taylor attacked him for no reason, and two witnesses on the scene back him up. reliable witnesses? bystanders. homies. just in this room. the eyewitnesses are all black and from the hood. race is not an issue here. officer taylor's also black. in my experience, in these situations, officer taylor is blue, as in the uniform he wears. (chuckles) oh, that's gonna play just great. well, i'm just calling it what it is, all right? this body-worn camera program is nothing but trouble for the cop on the beat, and i'm not here to put whipped cream on it. that's enough. look, i signed off on this pilot program because i had no choice. the mayor wanted it. which means out there in the world, i want it. which also means, because you work for me, that you want it. understood? yes, sir. thank you. and no, i will not hold a press conference. but the story's out there.
ask the mayor's staff to field it. they won't; you know that. ask the manufacturer of the camera to stand up there. oh, now you're just being... did the camera malfunction? did our officer turn it off? do we have the answer to either of those questions? no. the manufacturer is examining the camera. it'll take a few days. i will hold a press conference when i have the black box in this. and not a moment before. understood? erin: i'm happy you stopped by, hannah. well, thanks for seeing me, mrs. reagan. i know how busy you are. i think it's time you can start calling me erin. how's your freshman year at hudson? it's been okay. yeah? it's a great school. nikki had a hard time deciding between there and columbia. yeah, we-we talked about it. how's your mom? we have a school reunion coming up, and i am not going without her. she...
okay. is there something wrong? (sobs) okay. okay. just take a breath. i'm sorry. i didn't... i didn't know who else to-to call. come on, sit down. okay. tell me what's happening. thank you. there... there was a party, um, in the dorm. i was drinking with some of the guys, soccer players. one of them... darren bentley... he was cute and-and funny, and everything seemed fine. (sighs) we made out for a while, and... it's okay.
he... rew me down on the bed. (sighs) (crying) did he rape you? yeah. (sniffles) (sobs) when did this happen? uh... (sniffles) um... uh, three months ago. during freshman orientation. (sighs) did you have a rape kit performed? no. i just wanted to pretend it didn't happen. i talked to the dean of students. she said that the school had
that it would take less time, and i could remain anonymous. and was there a hearing? it was a nightmare. no one there was on my side. they didn't even care about what happened. they just wanted it all to go away. and what happened to this guy? darren? he wasn't even punished. i have to see him on campus every day. and every time i do, it... (softly): okay. does youmom know what happened? mm-mm. i just, i'm barely holding it together right now. and she'll freak out, and i just, i ca i can't handle that. please, please, don't tell her. okay, i promise i won't tell her.
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hey. reagan. man: detective. all right. how goes it? javier: detective! detective reagan! come out of there. what in the hell are you doing here, javier? your boy, morgan, he screwed me over. what are you talking about? he told me that my lawyer messed up. that mdeal for protection wasn't binding. so then they take me to their office, they open the car door, they say, "you're free to go." there must be some mistake, okay? yeah, you know what my mistake was?
why don't you watch your mouth? i put my ass on the line for you. you know, i won't last five minutes once vega finds out i'm on the street. well, that's not gonna happen. you know what they do to rats? they cut you up nice and slow until you beg to die. all right, look, just don't wet your pants, all right? i got somewhere to take you. like i'm gonna trust you again? listen, if you had a better plan, that's what you'd be doing, so you're gonna have to trust me. what the hell are you doing? just because i'm helping you doesn't mean i trust you. get in. there's a rally planned on the block where james prince was hurt. do they have a permit? i don't kn. ask patrol to make sure they have one. if they don't, make it easy for them to get one. i don't want grief on top of grief here. come on in, sergeant. i've had a dozen phone calls from the new president of our union. "our" being the police union? yes, sir, and he's really pissed off. why? did i forget to buy a raffle ticket? he feels like your silence is not supporting officer taylor.
my silence isn't supporting anything but a thorough investigation before i shoot my mouth off. not what they were looking for. too bad-- the commissioner doesn't serve at his pleasure. you can tell him or i will. frank: and what are they looking for? my knee-jerk reaction to take taylor's side because we wear the same uniform? pretty much, yeah. this situation is bad enough without the commissioner looking like he's covering for a bad cop. there's zero evidence that taylor did anything wrong. there's zero evidence, period, right now. i'm just saying, with cops being blamed for everything under the sun these days, they just want the commissioner to stand up for them. sounds like you agree with him. i represent the guys in the street. if i don't tell you what they're thinking, i'm not doing my job. (sighs) well, then here's my reply to the men on the street and the president of the union.
then go out there and do the police work that gives me the evidence to do so. yes, sir. (sighs) erin: thank you for making time to see me, dean walters. of course. this is matt douglas, our university counsel. erin reagan. didn't realize that the school's attorney would be joining us. university policy dictates i be present for any discussion of our disciplinary process. is that policy in place to protect the students, or the school? i assure you, the welfare of our students is our top priority. i find that hard to believe when you counsel traumatized female students like hannah lancaster not to report sexual assault to the police. i made sure hannah understood all her options. she chose the one that best served her interests. not to mention the interests of the school:
that might discourage potential students, donating alumni... ms. lancaster isn't a minor. neither she nor the university had any legal obligation to report her alleged assault to the police. yes, i know the law, mr. douglas. i also know that during hannah's disciplinary hearing, no relevant witnesses were called and no medical evidence was introduced. these were freshmen, ms. reagan. away from home for the first time, drinking alcohol... sometimes... misunderstandings occur. misunderstandings like rape? this was a very unfortunate incident. but we have nothing to hide. good. because i intend to fully investigate this matter. what is that? it's a subpoena. please have all materials relating to hannah's case forwarded to my office immediately.
filling out an application? what happened to javier rojas? what do you mean? he showed up at my precinct saying you went back on the deal for witness protection. his shyster lawyer screwed the pooch. what are you lking about? made his inclusion in witsec subject to the discretion of the marshal service. that not the deal we made. it is, according to the federal prosecutor running this case. my partner and i promised this guy protection. rojas is a murdering hump, reagan. don't give a damn what he is-he gave us vega, and a deal is a deal. look... every scumbag rat we put into witsec costs us serious money. we got budgets, like everybody else. that's a load of crap. all right? and if you go back on the deal, you're as good as putting him in the ground yourself. one less drug-dealing skel? sorry if i don't break down and cry. if rojas hired a crappy lawyer, that's his problem. he's on his own. rojas' deal was negotiated by a federalrosecutor. yeah, but it was a joint operation. there's gotta be something we can do.
there's no way the feds can take vega down. yeah, vega. a murdering son of a bitch the feds haven't been able to get their hands on in four years! it was a great collar. but it was a federal operation. we just availed our c.i. to them. our c.i. and we promised this guy protection and now we're not protecting him. and the marshals backed us up. marshals backed us up, all right... until they didn't. where is rojas now? we're sitting on him in an apartment downtown. look... you guys have a right to be pissed off. but there's nothing we can do. so we just feed this guy to the sharks? danny: look, we're not the feds, boss. we gave this guy our word. this isn't how we operate. i'm sorry. my hands are tied.
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we are the good guys. but the feds... well, they're the feds. and we can't force them to honor the deal. you had nothing without me. i didn't have to help you guys. you're not exactly a good samaritan here, javier. we had you cold on sale of a controlled substance and accessory to murder. you were looking at 20 years! you testified to save your own ass. but i did what i said i was gonna do. can you say that? (sighs) we promised you we'd find a way out of this and we will. danny... danny: do not leave this apartment. do you understand? we'll be back later. come on and lock the door. what are you doing, danny? carver told us to cut him loose. i don't give a damn what carver said. we're not breaking our word for anyone, not even the boss. what do you want to do, then? if the feds won't disappear this guy, then we will. here you go.
this is, uh, not a privileged conversation, officer taor. so if you're charged, whatever you say to me is fair game in court. i've got nothing to hide. okay. what happened out there? i'm walking a foot post and i come up on the suspect going after a guy locked in a car. says the guy owes him money. well, we have that on your body cam. what happened ne? suspect wouldn't calm down. i tell him to lower the volume or he's going in. next thing i know, he punches me. so put him on the ground in an effort to subdue him. he must've hit his head. to me, sounds like a clean arrest with an unfortunate outcome. i didn't mean to hurt him. he escalated the situation. i mean, you hit a cop, all bets are off. sure would be nice if we had the rest of the incident on video.
i've been wearing that camera for almost three weeks. i've never had a problem bore. and you didn't turn it off so you could tune up james prince without an audience? no, sir. i don't know what went wrong with my camera, but i know one thing for sure. i did my job. no more, no less. so you're saying he's going to get away with it? i'm saying he got a lawyer and he's sticking by his story. his story is a lie. and once i can prove that, i will charge him. (sighs) god, i can't believe this! i'm sorry. i'm sorry, i... i know that you are doing everything you can. i just, i feel so...
i know, i know. please, don't worry. i have an investigator on campus now. i promise i'll call you once i hear any news. your mother called me last night. i'm glad you told her. was it as bad as you thought it would be? uh, actually... it's the first time i've felt like myself since all th happened. good. you stay in touch, okay? okay. thanks. thank you. my father sends his regards. when i got shot in the line of duty, your old man made sure my family was taken care of. hell of a guy. yeah, i agree. then again, i'm kind of biased. i wanted to talk to you about hannah lancaster. nice girl. felt real bad about what happened. well, did she or anyone else
no. got a call a few weeks after it happened from the dean of students. yeah. janet walters. yeah. hannah had reached out to her. the dean asked me to collect physical evidence from the girl's dorm room. wait. what evidence? hannah still had the skirt she wore that night. it was torn up pretty good. had what looked like bloodstains on it. where's that skirt now? i delivered it to the dean's office. figured she'd call nypd. i guess hannah decided to go a different way. pork jerky, cuchifritos and orange soda? if vega doesn't kill javier, his diet will. yeah, well, hopefully no one will kill him... no no! no! it's open. (groaning) police! drop it! shoot 'em! shoot 'em! shut your mouth, javier! drop it! drop it!
step away, javier. hands on the back of your head. now! we gotta get javier out of here. danny: i know. javier: i told you this would happen. if rolando's guys can find me here, they'll track me down wherever i go. shut your mouth or i'll kill you myself! cuffs. keep an eye on him. what do you want to do? i don't know, i'm thinking. i'll have a radio car pick them up. great. after we get this jackass out of here. give me your hands. over there. i know where we can take him. it might get us more jammed up thawe already are, but who the hell cares?
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i'm the one that's trying to get you out of it! you know wha you want to leave? how about... you take your chances out there in the real world, huh? you don't want my help? you want to be a pain in the ass? how about you go out there and see if you can make it, all right? otherwise, i suggest you shut your mouth and be gratefulyou're still alive. (shushes) what? (door closes) funny. that looked like javier rojas. but i know that can't be him because i ordered you to cut him loose. he's got a contract on his head, boss. st like the last time we talked. you're on very thin ice, detectives. i want him out of this house tonight. and i want to see both of you in my office
if the mayor back in my day had ordered me to put cameras on my men... you would've done it or lost your job. same as in my day. yeah. but i would have made sure that any cop wearing a camera would be walking a very quiet beat. danny: yeah, except in youray, they'd be wearing a giant automatic cop-o-vision camera the size of a shoebox. (chuckles) hey, perp, say cheese. that's not the point. no, it's not. just because we have the technology to do something doesn't automatically make it a good idea. oh, yeah? i thought you were for this. where'd you hear that? well, i read it in an article in the paper last week. well, you can't believe everything you read in the papers where he's concerned. erin's right. i have to be for it... in the papers. but did this start with the nypd saying, "hey, let's try this. it's gonna be good for us"? no. it came from outside.
jack: yeah, and people are taking videos of the cops, so why can't they shoot back? because they have guns to shoot back. because it makes it seem like the public doesn't trust the police anymore; like we need surveillance cameras to police the police. a lot of people don't trust cops-- it's a fact. let them try living without us for a week. and if wearing a camera proves to be some kind of magic bullet in getting everyone to trust our cops, i'm all for it, but i haven't seen that. what i do see is an assumption that a cop will turn the camera off if he wants to hide what he's about to do. an assumption. think taylor turned his camera off to tune that guy up? oh, i don't know. i sure hope not. but the larger issue here really bothers me. we are laying down precedent that a cop's word, a man's word, isn't any good unless there is a real-time digital recording