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#413 : Abîmées par la vie

Le corps d'une jeune fille de 15 ans est découvert dégradé dans un immeuble abandonné après qu'elle ait fugué d'un centre de traitement pour jeunes filles à problèmes. Voight envoie Halstead sous couverture comme garde pour travailler à l'intérieur du centre, où il pense que les filles échangent des faveurs sexuelles contre d'autres choses. Pendant ce temps, Platt se sent coupable puisque la victime est passée par le district l'an passé et elle n'arrive pas à s'en souvenir.

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Titre VO
I Remember Her Now

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Abîmées par la vie

Première diffusion
08.02.2017

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France (inédit)
Mardi 24.04.2018 à 23:30

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Réalisateur : Dave Rodriguez

Scénario : Gwen Sigan

Guests : Nick Wechsler (Kenny Rixton), Barbara Eve Harris (Emma Crowley), Danika Yaroch (Ellie Olstern), Meg DeLacy (Tonya Whitley), Ben Hopkins (Vince), Charles Andrew Gardner (Michael), Patrick Lane (Andrew Page), Deanna Reed-Foster (Tina Cantrell), Birgundi Baker (Jess), Celeste Burns (Maria), Jamie Santana (Ty)

Crime scene

Burgess: Homeless couple waved down a blue and white a couple hours ago.

Voigt: What do we got?

Rixon: A kid.

Voigt: Huh.

Lindsay: Multiple contusions, fractures, damage to the skull. The M.E. says some of this might've come from the fall, but not most.

Olinsky: She isn't bleeding. She's leaking. We got dual lividity.

Halstead: I think she was beaten and died face down. She was probably dumped here after. There's asphalt, dirt in her wounds. No ID yet, doesn't match any missing persons.

Olinsky: Clothes are clean. Hair's washed. Doubt she's homeless.

Voigt: Well, someone should be looking for her.

Rixon: K-9 unit and patrol did a top to bottom search. There's no one here but her.

Voigt: She can't be more than...

Burgess: Fifteen. It was outside in the dumpster. ID looked like a match.

Voigt: Sam Wells.

Burgess: I ran it through the system. She's a resident at Brady.

Halstead: Currently?

Burgess: Yeah, and hasn't been reported missing.

Voigt: Huh, Brady.

Rixon: Am I the only one who doesn't know what Brady is?

Halstead: It's in 21. A home for troubled girls. Wards of the state.

Burgess: It's the kind of place you don't forget responding to.

Halstead: Yeah, and they're supposed to keep their doors locked 24/7.

Voigt’s office

Voigt: Look, our DOA has been a resident at Brady for six months. We found cash, a toothbrush, change of clothes in her bag, a receipt from a convenience store stamped 28 hours ago. It looks like she ran away. No one from Brady ever reported her gone.

Platt: In 2015, my officers responded to Brady 185 times. Habitual runaways, ODs, suicide attempts, violence. In the past 80 days, my officers have been called to Brady just 4 times.

Voigt: They were about two police reports away from getting shut down, losing all that funding, so they came up with a solution: stop calling the police. Brady didn't suddenly clean up. They just got a little better at being dirty.

Emma Crowley: You want my permission to break down their door?

Voigt: No, I want the exact opposite.

Michael’s office

Michael: You're Garry Mintoff's nephew? Look, I couldn't give a rat's ass whose kid I'm forced to hire. I don't really even care that you got jack experience. I just care that you can do the job, and here, that basically means one thing: you can handle on your own. You tell me you can do that, more than happy to give you a shot.

Halstead: Can definitely do that.

Michael: All right, then welcome to Brady.

Halstead: All right.

Come on.

Brady: hallway

Announcer: Daily reminder: today, let's strive to be aware of even the smallest choices we make. If we choose to make better choices, we will have a better life.

 

Michael: Vince? This is Ryan. Ryan, Vince. Vince is your supervisor. Take you around, tell you how not to get fired.

Halstead: Okay, cool.

Vince: What's up, man?

Halstead: Thank you.

Vince: You can follow me. I'll show as I go.

Halstead: All right.

Vince: Where are you coming from before this?

Halstead: Graveyard shift at my uncle's auto lot.

Vince: Really?

Halstead: He's on the board here. He figured me smoking pot and banging his secretary in used station wagons no longer counted as "work."

Vince: So this floor's mainly classrooms. We've got 72 residents right now. Youngest is 12, oldest 17. Most of the girls are here about a year. Once they get their medications settled, therapy, whatever, they'll get transferred to a lower level placement. This is one of our day rooms. It's got a time out room attached. The cafeteria, therapy, medication rooms, all upstairs with the dorms.

Halstead: Okay, got it.

Tonya Whitley: Who's this boy scout?

Vince: Tonya, where are we supposed to be headed?

Tonya Whitley: This should be fun to watch.

Vince: The answer would be study hall. Now.

Tonya Whitley: Yes, sir.

Halstead: Okay.

Vince: You'll get used to that. We gotta schedule every minute of their day, and we gotta lean into the structure. Bad days happen in down time.

Morgue

Medical Examiner: That's a clear history of abuse. She's got multiple arm breaks that healed without proper alignment. I'd guess she was six, seven years old for the majority.

Olinsky: Yeah, matches our records.

Medical Examiner: This new arm fracture though that's not from the drop down the elevator. Was snapped backwards from behind. My guess is that they used a blunt object. You can tell the skull was crushed inwards from the fall, but there's a piece of frontal casing that fractured earlier. Hemorrhaged her brain. That's the cause of death. Rest of the beating was bonus.

Olinsky: Could you give us a range?

Medical Examiner: Died between 7:00 P.M. and 11:00.

Burgess: This the tox?

Medical Examiner: Yeah, you might find it interesting.

Burgess: Benzodiazepine.

Medical Examiner: Generic tranquilizer. Girl was high as a bird. Doubt she could fight back.

Burgess: Her skull was broken in front.

Olinsky: Mm-hmm.

Burgess: But her arm was snapped from behind. It's like she was yanked around?

Olinsky: Killer wanted to see her face.

Platt’s office

Lindsay: Hey, Sarge, you got a minute?

Platt: For you, but if you see Burgess, the nod and go policy is still in effect. My desk is not a coffee klatch.

Lindsay: What?

Platt: Somebody said that to me, that my desk had turned into a coffee klatch. A chit-chat coffee klatch. What's up?

Lindsay: I just wanted to know if you remembered anything about our DOA, Sam Wells.

Platt: Remember from what?

Lindsay: When you had her last year.

Platt: She wasn't here.

Lindsay: You filled out her general offense case report. She got popped for vandalism, and then you put in the notes she waited behind the front desk for 4 hours before her case worker picked her up.

Platt: Can I see that copy?

Lindsay: Yeah.

Platt: I'm sorry, but no. I don't remember her at all.

Atwater: Yo, Erin, 911 call just came in. OEMC just dispatched a vehicle over to Brady for a missing. It's probably Sam, so I told 2116 that you can take care of it if you wanna get changed and ride out.

Lindsay: Yeah, they're only 36 hours late.

Brady

Michael: Around 2:00, did a sweep and realized that she was no longer here, called you.

Atwater: Okay, do you have any video of her leaving?

Michael: Uh, no, girls who want to run learn our dark spots.

Lindsay: And Sam was one of those girls?

Michael: Yeah, she had a few infractions. She usually comes back on her own.

Lindsay: Do you know if she'd go to visit anyone in particular? Hit any one spot?

Atwater: What my polite partner's asking is if she was going to score drugs.

Michael: I understood the question. I'm not trying to give you the run around, but Sam has a certain privilege to privacy as...

Lindsay: As a juvenile. Yeah, we know. Look, man, I know that sometimes when these girls go awol, the staff does them a favour, doesn't report them missing right away so they don't lose their beds. We get it. We're just trying to figure out if we need to spend the next eight hours looking for this girl in parks or if she's halfway to her boyfriend's house in California, you know? Our shift's almost over, man. We'd love to go home.

Michael: No, Sam couldn't have gone far. She was checked in during rounds at 7:00 A.M.

Announcer: All staff report to a fight in the cafeteria immediately. Fight in the cafeteria, all staff please report.

Michael: We good? I gotta get back.

Atwater: Yeah, do your thing. How the hell does a girl get checked in for rounds 24 hours after she died?

Lindsay: Somebody's lying their ass off.

Cafeteria

Vince: Know restraints?

Halstead: No!

Vince: Improvise… Hey! Get off, get off. Hey, get off! Get off!

Halstead: Ow!

Ellie Olstern: Bitch! You're a little bitch!

Halstead: Stop, you're done! You're done, you're done. Enough, stop, you're done. Enough, enough, enough. Stop.

Vince: The next person that moves is getting every level dropped. You wanna get docked? Keep going.

Lock room

Ellie Olstern: Let me out! Let me out!

Maria: Ellie, you know I can't let you out of here until you calm down. If we need to leave...

Ellie Olstern: Screw you, you're a lying sack of...

Halstead: That's not gonna work, that's not gonna work. All right.

Ellie Olstern: I'm getting the nurse. You okay?

Halstead: Yeah, yeah, yeah, go, go, go. Okay, calm down, calm down, calm down, calm down. Please, calm down. Please. Calm down. Calm down. You okay? You gonna stop? You're gonna stop? You okay? We all right?

Ellie Olstern: I don't know you.

Halstead: I'm Ryan.

Ellie Olstern: You're new.

Halstead: Yeah, well, it's my first day.

Ellie Olstern: So I'm guessing you don't know how things work around here.

Halstead: Um, no, I'm kind of learning as I go… What are you doing?

Ellie Olstern: Showing you how things...

Halstead: Okay, stop, stop that.

Ellie Olstern: Actually work around here.

Halstead: Stop that.

Ellie Olstern: Girls here can make you feel good. As long as you help.

Halstead: Help how?

Ellie Olstern: Find me, and I'll show you.

Maria: Let's go, Ellie… Move. Move!

Intelligence office

Halstead: The way this girl Ellie approached me, this is standard practice. I think they're trading in sexual favours.

Atwater: Trading for what?

Olinsky: Could be stat drugs.

Burgess: Yeah, Sam's tox showed she had benzodiazepine in her system. It's the kind of thing you would find inside of Brady.

Lindsay: These girls could also be trading for access out. I mean, we know that Sam was signed in at 7:00 A.M., so somebody is covering for her.

Voigt: All right, let's build a larger profile of every employee. Do financials, online footprints. Okay, where we at with Sam?

Atwater: I mean, there is this, Sarge. Sam's been picked up three times by patrol at the North Shore station in Grant Park.

Voigt: Okay, well, check it out.

Platt: Hank, you got a second?

Voigt: Yeah.

Platt: How would you feel about keeping me in the loop on this one? Anything you get on your DOA, as far as family, foster placement. I was hoping to look into their records… The girl's gonna be buried in a Potter's field unless someone out there is willing to claim her.

I thought it was worth a look.

Voigt: Don't beat yourself up.

Platt: If you could just keep me in the loop, please.

Voigt: Sure.

Platt: Thanks.

Brady

Announcer: Get your level up. This week's chore list and community opportunities will be posted on...

Halstead: Ellie, you gotta go up top for meds.

Ellie Olstern: No, I don't. It's not 4:00.

Halstead: They told me you gotta go. Come on.

Announcer: Tonight in the cafeteria, we will be having a special problem-solving workshop. All those currently at level silver or below are required to attend.

Classroom

Halstead: Okay, so, um, tell me how all this works.

Ellie Olstern: I'll do whatever you want long as you get me what I need.

Halstead: And what's that?

Ellie Olstern: Train ticket out of Chicago.

Halstead: To where?

Ellie Olstern: Los Angeles.

Halstead: You can't leave Brady.

Ellie Olstern: I'll take care of it.

Halstead: How are you gonna do that?

Ellie Olstern: It doesn't matter.

Halstead: Well, am I a part of that "doesn't matter"? Because I'm not gonna break you out.

Ellie Olstern: It's a yes or no.

Halstead: Yeah. Um, not here… Not here.

Ellie Olstern: Forget it. You're a waste of time.

Halstead: Look, look, I want you so bad. I really do. But I probably got my boss, like, right outside. It's my second day of work. I don't wanna get fired, if it's all the same to you.

Ellie Olstern: Your boss, Vince? Trust me, Vince would be fine with whatever happens in here.

Halstead: Okay. I still wanna make sure.

Hallway

Tonya Whitley: Have fun?

Halstead: Excuse me?

Tonya Whitley: You know, you should really be careful who sees you screwing the residents. People might get the wrong idea. And talk.

Street

Ty: Let's get out of here.

Atwater: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, slow down, 'cause you don't want me to chase you.

Burgess: And if we chase you, we are gonna have to search you.

Ty: Man, we didn't do nothing.

Atwater: I understand that. We just got a couple questions. Have you seen this girl? She hang around here?

Ty: Nah, never.

Atwater: Can you actually look at the damn phone?

Ty: We ain't never seen her before.

Atwater: I know what time it is. Here you go.

Ty: I'ma need 100.

Atwater: I'm gonna need you to take this 20, or I'm gonna dunk you in that garbage can head first… Talk to me.

Jess: She hasn't been here since Tuesday.

Burgess: She was here two nights ago.

Jess: Yeah, the night it was snowing. Her cab was late. She was standing outside for like 20 minutes like an idiot, freezing her ass off.

Burgess: This cab, yellow, checkered, white?

Jess: It was a cab. Cab's a cab.

Atwater: Was she alone?

Jess: Yeah, she was working. Man, y'all some crack cops. This girl tricks out of here selling that ass. She's here three times a week. Picked up, dropped off, same damn spot every time.

Ty: Sorry, your girl is a hooker, bruh.

Brady: cafeteria

Halstead: I got a problem.

Vince: Yeah? What's that?

Halstead: Tonya. She saw me leave a room with one of the girls. And she implied... She said that she knew I screwed one of the residents, man.

Vince: Did you?

Halstead: No, I wouldn't do that.

Vince: Yeah, because that'd be a felony.

Halstead: Yeah, I know. Do I need to be worried?

Vince: That a girl here is accusing you of statutory rape?

Halstead: I didn't...

Vince: Hey, what the hell are you doing, man? I mean, you're standing here in the middle of a crowded room, telling me that on your second day, you've managed to be accused of banging a resident.

Halstead: She didn't look 17.

Vince: Holy... Stop. How stupid… Look, don't mention it to anyone again. Tonya's not gonna say a damn word… Look, have your fun. It's not like you're reinventing some wheel here. Life's already ruined these girls. But just because they're throwaways doesn't mean you can't go to jail, so shut your mouth...

Halstead: Got it, yeah, I, yeah, I got it.

Vince: Or you'll be answering to me too, yeah?

Halstead: Thanks.

Hallway

Staff: Okay, ladies, bed checks. What are you doing? You know you're supposed to be in your room already.

Halstead: Ellie… Ellie, can I talk to you? What are you doing? Whoa, whoa, whoa. Stop, stop, stop… What happened?

Ellie Olstern: I fell.

Halstead: Who did this?

Ellie Olstern: I fell. It was an accident.

Halstead: No, it wasn't. Just tell me what happened. You tell me what happened, I can go report it because whatever this is? That's not okay.

Ellie Olstern: Who the hell said I thought it was okay? Get out of my room.

Halstead: All right, look, look, I'm not gonna do anything but just ask you to sit here and talk to me, okay? I just wanna help.

Ellie Olstern: Don't kid yourself. Get out.

Halstead: Ellie, we need to report that.

Ellie Olstern: You report it, you get me killed… Get out of my room. You're not even supposed to be in here. I'll call Michael. Get out.

Halstead: Okay, okay, okay.

Voigt’s office

Halstead: That's all I could get out of her. She shut down.

Voigt: All right, well, we're doing a full work up on all employees.

Halstead: It's Vince. He's the one keeping her quiet. If you say that Sam was turning tricks, then my money's on Vince running her. He signs her out at bed check. She goes and works the nights, comes back in in the mornings, he collects the cash, and then, two nights ago, a date goes wrong. Sam goes missing, and then her friend Ellie starts asking questions.

Voigt: We'll run with that. There's nothing else you can get out of this girl?

Halstead: You serious?

Olinsky: Kid, you know, you're the one who gets the call done. We go off your gut.

Halstead: She's kissing my cheek, and she's pulling at my belt.

Olinsky: Then call it.

Halstead: We don't have enough?

Voigt: Vince's admission to you is not a confession of guilt. There's nothing out of line in his financials, nothing linking him to running Sam. So without Ellie or someone talking to us directly...

Halstead: We don't have anything.

Voigt: Hey, like Al said, it's your call.

Halstead: Fine. Fine.

Office

Tina Cantrell: You called all ten of them?

Platt: Every foster placement Sam had. None of them are willing to claim her. I thought, as her social worker, you might know someone I missed.

Tina Cantrell: Oh, I'm sorry, I don't. But here. She filled these out in my office. Maybe there's something in them that'll help.

Platt: How do I not remember this girl?

Tina Cantrell: So that's why you're doing this. You know, my sister-in-law's a paramedic. She says that the only way to do the job is to treat them, drop them at the hospital, then forget. Says otherwise it empties you.

Brady: hallway

Tonya Whitley: What's up, boy scout?

Common room

Halstead: I just wanna have a talk later. Ticket's yours either way.

Stairs

Ellie Olstern: What do you want for this?

Halstead: I told you, I just want to talk.

Ellie Olstern: About what?

Halstead: Sam… Ellie, wait, Ellie. Do you want a train ticket? It's yours, all right? You wanna get out of here? Done. I'll lie for you, I'll sneak you out, hell, I'll even drive you. But if you want more, if you want to make sure that whatever's happening here stops, then I can help you with that too.

Ellie Olstern: Sam wanted help. She thought she could get help… No one helped.

Halstead: Ellie, I'm a cop. I will help.

Ellie Olstern: What?

Halstead: That's why I'm here. I'm here to find out about Sam.

Ellie Olstern: Prove it. I want to see the badge.

Halstead: I don't have my badge on me.

Ellie Olstern: You're lying to me. What... What do you want from me?

Halstead: What do you want for this? Okay, hold on, do you see this? Do you see this? This is a recording device. It's like a wire. I am a detective with the Chicago Police Department, and I promise you, I promise you that you can trust me… You can trust me.

Ellie Olstern: There's a room.

Room

Halstead: We got it wrong. Sam died at Brady.

Brady : entrance

Voigt: Either you open that door, or I open it for you.

Michael: I just wanna know what the hell is...

Rixon: Hey, we got a car at every exit.

Voigt: All right, I want every staff member, every resident separated. Secure the crime scene. Not a single person leaves. You make your decision?

Olinsky: Give me that key.

Hallway

Atwater: Back up, everybody back up on the wall. Back up on the wall.

Vince: Okay, someone needs to tell us what's going on.

Atwater: No, we don't. Get back in that classroom. It's okay. Come on.

Tonya Whitley: Ellie, what the hell did you do?

Atwater: Whoa, whoa, hey, hey!

Tonya Whitley: Little snitch.

Atwater: Hey, stay still!

Interview room

Halstead: Hey, all you got to do is tell him what you told me.

Ellie Olstern: I, um... Three nights ago, I was sleeping, and I heard something. I knew Sam was out working, and I thought she must have gotten back early. So… I went to check.

Voigt: It's okay, just... You take all the time you need.

Ellie Olstern: We have to leave Brady through Tonya's dorm room. So I went there. I went to the back room, and there was blood. It was... The staff van was pulling into the drive. There was just so much blood.

Voigt: Did you see who was driving the van?

Ellie Olstern: No, but I know who it was. She's been forcing us to keep the staff "happy," to go out, forcing us to make money. Sam just couldn't handle it anymore, and she knew that. She knew Sam was gonna talk, so she killed her.

Voigt: Who killed her?

Ellie Olstern: Tonya. Tonya killed her.

Brady : hallway

Rixon: Yeah? Got it.

Lock room

Rixon: Tonya Whitley?

Tonya Whitley: Yeah?

Rixon: I'm gonna need you to stand up, turn around, put your hands behind your back.

Tonya Whitley: What? Why?

Atwater: Stand up.

Interview room

Tonya Whitley: I fricking knew it. You're a cop.

Voigt: Hi, Tonya, I'm Sergeant Hank Voight.

Tonya Whitley: So you gonna tell me why the hell I'm here?

Voigt: We know what's been going on at Brady. The girls you recruited, the ads you placed, the room behind your dorm where Sam was killed.

Tonya Whitley: Is that what Ellie said? You know, how about I save everyone a lot of trouble. Your cop was screwing her.

Halstead: Tonya, you have much bigger things to worry about than dirtying me right now.

Tonya Whitley: If I'm here because of what Ellie said, you are seriously the dumbest boy scout I've ever seen. I didn't do anything. Ellie did… Ellie recruited me. She recruited Sam. I wanted to make some extra cash, so whatever, but Sam is 15, looks about 8, so she has a bit of a different buyer. Ellie had to do whatever she had to do to keep her in line. If Sam is dead, Ellie did it.

Voigt: Okay, then where were you on Tuesday night?

Tonya Whitley: Boy scout's heard one fricking fairy tale...

Halstead: Tonya, he asked you a question.

Tonya Whitley: While he's getting laid in a broom closet.

Halstead: Answer the question!

Voigt: Jay, you need to get out of the room.

Halstead: No, I'm fine.

Voigt: Out of the room.

Hallway

Voigt: Tonya starts making accusations, that opens the door to this thing being thrown out in court.

Halstead: You've got to be kidding me. You can't actually...

Voigt: You aren't going back in that room.

Halstead: She's playing you. She's dragging me through the mud to play you.

Voigt: She says she and Ellie had beef. They've been going at each other for months. Says Ellie told her that she would "get back at her."

Halstead: Yeah, I don't care what she says. She's grasping.

Voigt: She swears she was out on a date the night of the murder. Wasn't back until 4 am.

Halstead: That doesn't match anything that we got right now.

Voigt: Yeah, and what we got is the word of a 17-year-old.

Lindsay: Guys, we have something.

Intelligence office

Rixon: Crime lab's been sweeping the entire facility. Olinsky and Burgess just tested with luminol. They found trace evidence of Sam's blood in Ellie's belongings.

Halstead: So what? That could be planted.

Lindsay: There's also footage. Ellie goes into Tonya's room at 7:00 P.M. Doesn't come out until midnight, so she was in there for the time of death.

Interview room

Ellie Olstern: What's going on? No one's come in here in a while.

Halstead: Can you, uh, walk me through the night Sam was killed again?

Ellie Olstern: Sure, I woke up, thought Sam was back...

Halstead: Before that.

Ellie Olstern: I was sleeping… I had gone on a... A date earlier, and I was tired, so I just passed out.

Halstead: A date. Did a cab pick you up?

Ellie Olstern: No, the guy did. He drove me. I don't know where. Tonya set it up.

Halstead: Yeah, what time did you get back?

Ellie Olstern: Um, 9:00 maybe? I was high, I'm not... I'm not sure when exactly. Why all these questions? What is Tonya saying? You told me I could trust you.

Intelligence office

Halstead: I don't know, okay? I'm out. I believed her, and now... Let's get one thing clear: Nothing happened between me and that girl. Are we in agreement on that?

Olinsky: No one here is accusing you.

Halstead: It also doesn't sound like anybody's defending me.

Lindsay: That's not true.

Voigt: Stop. It's a pair of 17-year-old girls. They're not gonna play our investigation. One of them is lying. We find out who. It's that simple.

Rixon: Ellie's not on any camera in a four block radius. If she left, there is no proof.

Voigt: What about the scene?

Rixon: Well, the scene's gonna have DNA from all 3 girls. They lived together. They shared clothes.

Lindsay: What about trace evidence?

Burgess: We have the car that Sam was driven in. Thing's soaked with blood, but all the girls from Brady have been in that car.

Olinsky: It's not just a murder. This was a ring.

Voigt: Well, then where's the cash, the phone?

Lindsay: We scoured every dorm room, nothing.

Classroom

Halstead: I saw Tonya come out of here twice. Wasn't a reason for her to be here… Room was empty.

Lindsay: All right.

Interview room

Lindsay: I gotta hand it to you. You were smart. You forgot one thing.

Tonya Whitley: Am I supposed to call my mom with that...

Lindsay: That's your phone.

Tonya Whitley: No, it's not. Ellie must have...

Lindsay: Tonya, we are way past all that. This is linked to accounts that, even with fake names, are clearly your social media. Your data, your call logs, we have your fingerprints. It's your phone, and you used it to run Ellie and Sam. We recovered all of your deleted text messages… This one from Vince Dalton might be my favourite. "Your bitch Sam is threatening to spill. Says she and Ellie are gonna stop with me and all of it." Your reply? "I'll take care of it." You don't have to say anything. We have enough. I know that you had Vince signing you in and out in exchange for sex and cash. And I guarantee you, when he's charged with statutory rape, his loyalty to you is gonna disappear real quick. You're going in for first degree murder. Even if you get the minimum sentence, your parole officer has not been born yet.

Tonya Whitley: You think you're noble? You all put in the effort now, hmm? You and your little boy scout cop. You know, six months ago, those girls were street trash to you. I cared before. I helped. And you know what's worse than Brady? Aging out at 18 with nothing.

Lindsay: You didn't think Sam was grateful.

Tonya Whitley: She knew the deal going in… Do what you gotta do.

Brady

Halstead: Where is he?

Officer: He's in here.

Office

Halstead: You take a walk. Get up.

Vince: Dude, what the hell is going on...

Interview room

Ellie Olstern: That's it?

Lindsay: Yeah, Tonya's getting charged and DCFS is gonna shut Brady down. Everybody there's gonna get an alternate placement. We found a really good family for you in Libertyville, the Melnicks. They're coming here to pick you up… Hey, I'll give you a minute… I'll see you at home.

Ellie Olstern: Is that your girlfriend?

Halstead: I'm sorry.

Ellie Olstern: Thank you.

Platt’s office

Voigt: Hey.

Platt: Hey.

Voigt: You ever find anyone to claim Sam?

Platt: No, I didn't. So I did… Last page.

Voigt: What is this?

Platt: She wrote down instructions. What she wanted to have happen if she died. I don't think she thought she was gonna make it past 16.

Voigt: Gonna actually do this?

Platt: Already done.

Voigt: I'm coming with.

Michigan Lake

Sam: Doesn't have to be somewhere fancy. Just some place where you can't hear the noise. Some place quiet. Empty. Right when the sun's coming up, I'd like someone to take me there. And I think it'd be all right if, right at the water, someone left me there to stay.

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cobrate  (09.05.2018 à 02:12)

un épisode qui doit rappeler de mauvais souvenirs à Erin... Jay l'a perçu.

diana62800  (24.09.2017 à 19:17)

J'ai adoré l'épisode, j'aime voir Jay au centre de l'épisode, a essayer d'aider les personnes qui en ont besoin.

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