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#422 : Meurtres en direct

Une vidéo en direct est diffusée en ligne et montre un homme torturé, battu et brûlé vif. Après enquête, l'identité de la victime est celle d'un homme qui avait été enfermé pour viol. Quand une autre attaque de la même nature se produit, l'équipe des Renseignements trouve un lien entre les crimes, des pédophiles présumés et un groupe nommé les chasseurs perv. Pendant ce temps, Lindsay fait face à quelques problèmes, à la fois personnellement et professionnellement.

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Army Of One

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Meurtres en direct

Première diffusion
10.05.2017

Première diffusion en France
15.05.2018

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Réalisateur : John Whitesell

Scénario : Tiller Russell et Timothy J. Sexton

Guests : Markie Post (Bunnie), Esai Morales (Chef Lugo), Tracy Spiridakos, Nora Dunn (Dr. Richardson), David Aaron Baker (Jeremy Pettigrew), Lucas Kerr (Craig Gorman), Bret Tuomi (Alan Metcaff), Eunice Woods (Janice Hendricks), Jeff Christian (Johnny Lester), Mickey O'Sullivan (Jake Harper), Briana Smith (Beth Murphy), CJ Rush (Kirby), Ashley Noel (Cynthia Robbins), Walter S. Bernard (Elijah Hendricks)

 

Street

Bunny: Erin. Hi, I'm so glad I caught you.

Lindsay: What are you doing here? Why didn't you call?

Bunny: Well, because you've stopped returning my calls.

Lindsay: I... I can't do this. I have to go to work.

Bunny: Honey, I have something I want to give you. It was my mother's. And yes, the pearls are real.

Lindsay: What... What is this? What angle are you working right now?

Bunny: Nothing, sweetheart, I just... I just want you to have them.

Lindsay: Mom, I'm... I'm late. I have to go.

Bunny: Okay, okay. Bye.

Intelligence’s office

Ruzek: Yes, you took the job. Kev!

Atwater: Huh?

Upton: Temporary basis.

Ruzek: All right, welcome to Intelligence. You owe me 20 bucks.

Atwater: Ah, you had to take the job, didn't you?

Upton: Uh-huh.

Atwater: What's in the box?

Upton: Loukoumades.

Atwater: Louko-what?

Upton: Greek doughnuts. Shameless attempt to curry favour on my first day.

Olinsky: Ah, you're off to a good start.

Upton: Yeah.

Olinsky: Thanks.

 

Lindsay: And then she gave me this.

Halstead: That's surprising.

Lindsay: I know.

Halstead: No, I mean, it's surprising that she hasn't hocked it yet. Are you sure it's real?

Lindsay: I don't know, but she didn't ask for anything.

Halstead: Yeah, well, she will. Erin, people don't change, all right? Especially Bunny. You gotta shut that door. You gotta deadbolt it.

Lindsay: Jay, I'm not looking for advice. I'm just trying to talk this out.

Halstead: I know you're not gonna want to hear this, but I think you're getting played again.

Lindsay: Jay, I don't need you to tell me what to do with my mother.

Halstead: Okay.

Lindsay: Please?

Halstead: Okay.

 

Voight: Lindsay, you're now partners with Upton. Halstead, you ride with Olinsky. Are we clear?

Lindsay: Yeah.

Ruzek: Ruzek.

Upton: Uh, so where do you want me?

Voight: Right here. Jay, you're over there.

Ruzek: Guys, guys, I'm getting an emergency alert from CPIC. Yeah, I'm on. Feed it to me. All right. OEMC received multiple 911 calls alerting them to this private Facebook user group. Yeah, I got it. It's streaming live. Yeah, we're watching it. I'm gonna stay on the line while you triangulate the signal.

Video

Elijah Hendricks: Who the hell are you? You got me confused with somebody else! I didn't do anything to you! No, please, no! No, please!

Halstead: Ruz, tell them to work faster.

Elijah Hendricks: No, no, no, no!

Ruzek: Listen, we need that address now, now!

Elijah Hendricks: No, no, no, no!

Ruzek: Yeah, what is it? 3200 block of Larimer.

Voight: Let's go, come on!

Warehouse

Voight: All right, fan out, this just happened. He can't have gotten far.

Halstead: 5021, George, advise responding, we got a bonafide homicide, offender's in the wind, description unknown, direction of travel unknown, roll the crime lab.

Main: Copy that, 5021 George.

Olinsky: Hank. Hey, man... That looks like blood.

Intelligence’s office

Halstead: All right, our victim is male, African American, mid-20s. We ran facial recognition, no matches. His fingerprints were burnt off in the fire, and his wallet was torched, so, in short, we can't ID this guy.

Lindsay: What we do know is that our victim's blood type does match the writing on the wall in the warehouse. It's B positive.

Upton: Someone thinks our victim is a sex offender, or wants us to believe that he was.

Lindsay: And the attack was well thought out. They live streamed the torture on a burner phone that they dumped at the scene. The gloves, the gas can... They're all standard-issue products available at every hardware store in the city.

Ruzek: Two metal objects survived the fire: this metal crucifix, which matches the one in the photo, and a key.

Atwater: Yep, and this key matches a Kia 2010 that was parked right in front of the warehouse. As we speak, the crime lab is sweeping it for prints and DNA. The car's registered to a Janice Hendricks. She has an address in Inglewood.

Voight: Okay, why don't you go talk to her, you and Jay? Let's comb the neighbourhood. We gotta ID this victim if we're gonna figure out who targeted him.

Halstead: Uh, hey, Sarge, um, are... Are we really doing this?

Voight: Get a box if you need it.

Parking

Olinsky: You know that thing with Voight back there?

Halstead: Yeah, what about it?

Olinsky: That's something he should've done a long time ago. I mean, there's a line, Jay. And it's there for a reason.

Halstead: Wait, hold on, my relationship with Erin never interfered with my job.

Olinsky: Well, you're not a good judge, man.

Halstead: You saying it did?

Olinsky: Well, it's only a matter of time, man. I mean, every cop in this city would kill for your job. Why jeopardize that?

Halstead: Man, I blew it.

Olinsky: Nah, you still got a job. You still got a desk.

Halstead: No, I blew it with Erin.

Street

Halstead: That looks like our victim.

Hendricks’s house

Janice Hendricks: I'd loaned Elijah my car. He was trying to find a job.

Halstead: Elijah was your nephew, correct?

Janice Hendricks: Yeah. He just moved here. He was trying to put his life together after all those years in jail for something he didn't do.

Halstead: Do you mean the rape?

Janice Hendricks: It wasn't no rape. They were boyfriend and girlfriend. They were both kids. They put him in jail for having relations.

Olinsky: Because she was underage.

Janice Hendricks: Because she was white, and that don't fly in Crown Point, Indiana… Elijah was a star. He had a football scholarship to Purdue University. They ripped his whole future away.

Halstead: Who put up these flyers?

Janice Hendricks: When Elijah moved in, he had to register as a sex offender. Neighbourhood Watch got busy.

Olinsky: Do you have any idea who might have targeted your nephew?

Janice Hendricks: Well, I'd say the girlfriend and her family. They're the kind of Christians that just love to hate. They made Elijah out like he was an animal. Truth is, he was just in love.

Intelligence’s office

Halstead: The victim is Elijah Hendricks. He's 25. He did 7 years for statutory rape at Indiana State Pen. He got out about a month ago, and he registered as a sex offender at his aunt's address.

Upton: Elijah was 18 when he was accused of raping a 16-year-old girl. The victim's name was sealed under a plea bargain.

Halstead: The aunt gave us the woman's name: Beth Murphy.

Upton: No DMV records. The only photo we could find was from her high school yearbook from Crown Point, Indiana.

Lindsay: We got the phone records from Elijah's cell. On the day he was killed, he got three phone calls from Beth Murphy. We've been trying to reach her, but it keeps going to voicemail.

Ruzek: Did you get an address?

Lindsay: No, just a PO box in Crown Point.

Voight: All right, you and Upton, head to Indiana.

Lindsay: All right.

Voight: Hey, but loop in the local police. We got no jurisdiction there.

Lindsay: Right.

Lindsay’s car

Upton: I'll tell you what, you guys got way nicer cars in Intelligence.

Lindsay: I know, we just seized this one from a cartel boss.

Upton: Sweet.

Lindsay: Mm-hmm.

Upton: So you and Halstead, you guys were partners for a while?

Lindsay: Yeah.

Upton: I didn't mean to throw sand in the gears.

Lindsay: No, don't worry about it. It was probably time for a change anyway.

Sheriff’s station

Johnny Lester: They said two cops were coming from Chicago. It's not what I was picturing.

Lindsay: Well, thank you for your help. Are these the case files on Elijah Hendricks?

Johnny Lester: Yeah, you should've seen this kid play. He was one hell of a tailback.

Lindsay: Mm.

Johnny Lester: Tough background and whatnot. Seemed to overcome it. Real shame how it went sideways on him.

Lindsay: His aunt said he was railroaded.

Johnny Lester: Folks loved Elijah when he was scoring touchdowns, but they turned on him when they thought he crossed the line.

Upton: You mean when he slept with his white girlfriend?

Johnny Lester: Parents found out what was going on, and they lost it. Beth testified against Elijah.

Lindsay: Hm.

Johnny Lester: For my money he never should've been arrested, much less put away.

Lindsay: Well, it says here you were the arresting officer.

Johnny Lester: I don't make the laws, Detective. I enforce them. I'm sure you can appreciate that.

Lindsay: Indeed.

Upton: Does Beth Murphy still live around here?

Johnny Lester: I can take you there.

Lindsay: That's all right. We just need an address.

Beth Murphy’s house

Lindsay: Are you Beth Murphy? We need to ask you a couple questions.

Beth Murphy: What's it about?

Lindsay: Elijah Hendricks.

Beth Murphy: Judge told me, if I testified, it'd be over. Nobody'd come and bother me.

Upton: Elijah was just murdered.

Beth Murphy: No.

Upton: And, according to his phone records, the last person he talked to was you.

Lindsay: Why'd you call Elijah?

Beth Murphy: To warn him.

Lindsay: About what?

Beth Murphy: My boyfriend went into my Facebook. Saw that Elijah had sent me a message. He told me he was out of jail. To be honest with you, I still had feelings for Elijah, and Jake figured that out.

Lindsay: Is Jake the one that gave you the black eye?

Upton: Where can we find him? Whoa, whoa, I know you're in a tough situation. You feel trapped. I get it, but do the right thing here, and I swear we will do whatever we can to help you.

Beth Murphy: He's at the bar.

Lindsay: Okay.

Upton: Thank you.

Bar

Lindsay: Hey, is Jake Harper here?

Bartender: Pool table.

Lindsay: We need to ask you a couple of questions.

Jake Harper: Let me guess... My girlfriend sent you?

Lindsay: No, she didn't really want another black eye. Takes a real man, huh, Jake?

Jake Harper: Maybe you like it rough too, hmm?

Upton: Trust me, Jake, today is not the day you wanna start trash-talking my partner.

Jake Harper: Let's step outside.

Upton: Give me that.

Street

Upton: Elijah Hendricks, you recognize him?

Jake Harper: No friend of mine.

Upton: He was murdered yesterday.

Jake Harper: What? I'm supposed to shed a tear?

Lindsay: Well, are you aware that, in high school, Elijah was convicted of raping your girlfriend?

Jake Harper: I guess he got what he deserved.

Lindsay: Did he? To be burned alive?

Jake Harper: That wasn't me.

Lindsay: No? 'Cause I've seen Beth. You're clearly the jealous type.

Jake Harper: How would you feel? Man rapes a woman, gets set free, and then he contacts her? "Hey, baby, you remember the good old days?"

Lindsay: So you knock your girlfriend around and then go after Elijah?

Jake Harper: It wasn't like that. I didn't know it was gonna go down like this. I swear. I found this group on the Internet. I told them about Elijah. They're the ones who made the video.

Intelligence’s office

Atwater: Whoa, hey, we might wanna check this out. This video dropped on YouTube two days ago.

Video

Craig Gorman: Elijah Hendricks, we heard you just moved to Chicago.

Elijah Hendricks: Who are you?

Craig Gorman: We also heard you're a pedophile. You rape little girls.

Elijah Hendricks: Get away from me.

Craig Gorman: We don't want child molesters in our city. The sick bastard Elijah Hendricks has now been outed by the Perv Hunters.

Ruzek: "The Perv Hunters"? Who the hell are the Perv Hunters?

Later

Halstead: Perv Hunters first hit the radar three years ago in Toronto. They're a loose collection of vigilantes who are dedicated to the public shaming of pedophiles. Their MO is to ID sex offenders and then post videos of them online. The tech guys are trying to figure out who posted the YouTube video. No luck yet.

Ruzek: So Toronto PD told us the Perv Hunters, they've become a real pain in the ass. Technically, they don't break any laws, but they've jacked up a few investigations.

Voight: Okay, so who's the boss?

Halstead: Uh, they don't have one. They're more like a franchise. Perv Hunters have dropped ambush videos in Winnipeg, Montreal, Vancouver. The first one hit the States in Chicago last month.

Upton: Yeah, but burning people alive? That's not their MO. They do public shaming videos, not executions.

Olinsky: Maybe in Canada. This is Chicago.

Atwater: Okay, hey, hey, I got something. This video just dropped an hour ago on YouTube. The cameraman sounds just like the cat that was in the Elijah video.

Video

Craig Gorman: Alan Metcalf.

Alan Metcalf: What do you want?

Craig Gorman: We want you to stop raping little boys.

Alan Metcalf: Just leave me alone.

Craig Gorman: Leave our kids alone!

Alan Metcalf: Get away from me!

Craig Gorman: The sick bastard Alan Metcalf has now been outed by the Perv Hunters. If you see him anywhere near your children, you know what to do.

Atwater: That's Alan Metcalf. He's on the Chicago Sex Offender Registry. He lives at 505 Larimer.

Voight: All right, Al, you and Halstead go talk to Metcalf. Find every Perv Hunter operating in Chicago.

 

Lindsay: Hey, Mom, I need to talk to you.

Metcalf’s porch

Halstead: Alan Metcalf?

Alan Metcalf: Get the hell away from my house.

Olinsky: Chicago PD.

Metcalf’s house

Olinsky: I'll take that.

Alan Metcalf: These days, a stranger shows up at my door, I grab a bat.

Halstead: Mm-hmm, is that because of the Perv Hunters? Yeah? Can you describe the men who ambushed you?

Alan Metcalf: There was just one guy. Uh, 20s, shaved head, tattoos, like he was late for an Anthrax concert and mad as hell about it. There's some evil people in this world.

Halstead: Says the guy who molested a 10 year old boy.

Alan Metcalf: And I did 12 years for it. I paid my debt to society.

Halstead: You know what? That's cold comfort for the kid. It's not like he can turn the page.

Olinsky: Jay...

Alan Metcalf: Look, I'm a pedophile, okay? It's not something I chose. I was just born this way. But I go to therapy, I take my meds, and I've learned to manage my urges. I got a right to live in peace.

Olinsky: Okay, so, did you see the car he was driving?

Alan Metcalf: Gray Mustang. I got a picture of his license plate.

Halstead: All right, we're gonna have a patrol car sit on your house as a precaution.

Alan Metcalf: Listen, I got enough problems with my neighbours already. They'll flip out if they see a cop car parked in front of my house. Please.

Tattoo Parlour

Craig Gorman: You guys lost?

Atwater: You Craig Gorman?

Craig Gorman: Yeah. What's this about?

Atwater: It's about your latest Perv Hunters video.

Craig Gorman: Familiar with the First Amendment?

Atwater: Yeah. Is that the 14? 14 words?

Craig Gorman: What would you know about it?

Atwater: "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children." Fourteen.

Craig Gorman: Hey, he can count.

Ruzek: No, you're... You're doing great. Say it again. Say it again.

Craig Gorman: It's called free speech!

Ruzek: Hey, you know what? One more word of free speech, I'll kick your teeth in the back of your throat. Move, get out of here. Keep moving.

Interview room

Voight: Black people, sex offenders. I gotta hand one thing to you, Craig. You are an equal opportunity hater.

Craig Gorman: I've got a constitutional right to express my opinion.

Halstead: You know, I don't get it. What made you a Perv Hunter, Craig? Did you get molested by a pedophile?

Craig Gorman: Hell no. I got a buddy in Toronto. He told me about Perv Hunters. Once I realized how many of these sick bastards were out walking our streets... That's something I couldn't abide.

Halstead: Yeah, you took matters into your own hands.

Craig Gorman: I'm doing your job for you. You oughta give me a medal.

Voight: Let me tell you something, son. They don't give medals for this. In Canada, it's catch and release, but you like to take it all the way, don't you? You torched the guy.

Craig Gorman: Whoa, I don't know what you're talking about.

Voight: That's a black pedophile, something you can't abide.

Craig Gorman: I swear, we just ambushed the guy.

Halstead: Who's "we"?

Craig Gorman: We keep the names of our members secret. We got followers from all over the city. We're an army.

Halstead: Yeah, the thing about that, Craig, is that all the IP addresses associated with Perv Hunters in Chicago, they all trace back to the same place. That's your tattoo parlour, which happens to be your house, which makes you an army of one.

Upton: Sarge, you're gonna wanna see this, now.

Halstead: You hold onto these.

Intelligence’s office

Atwater: Sarge, it's the same Facebook feed that CPIC showed us.

Olinsky: That's Alan Metcalf.

Video

Alan Metcalf: Please, please, no, no, no, no! No, ah! No, no, no, no!

Olinsky: They're all watching this.

Interview room

Craig Gorman: What's going on?

Voight: Don't talk, listen. The guy you targeted? Metcalf? He was just murdered.

Craig Gorman: But I was here. You know it couldn't have been me.

Voight: Yeah, well, here's the thing. Even if you didn't do it personally, you incited somebody to violence. And, because you admitted to posting that video that IDed him, I can charge you as an accessory to murder.

Craig Gorman: Not if I take the Fifth.

Voight: Craig, look at me… You're staring down the barrel at three to five at Stateville, or I can knock the charges down, and all you gotta do is put your little Perv Hunter skills back to work one last time. Only now, you work for me.

Park - video

Craig Gorman: Hey, you, sick bastard. Like diddling little boys, do you?

Olinsky: Get out. Get... Get away from me.

Craig Gorman: Sicko.

Olinsky: Get... Get away from me!

Craig Gorman: You perv! Yeah, keep walking. We know exactly where you live.

Olinsky: Back off!

Tattoo Parlour

Craig Gorman: Ambush video's uploading now. It'll be live on YouTube in less than 60 seconds.

Atwater: Okay. For the profile name, let's put Alvin Obolensky. O-B-O-L-E-N-S-K-Y. It's 14 letters. You should appreciate that.

Craig Gorman: DOB?

Atwater: 7-1-61.

Craig Gorman: You'll tell your boss I'm fully cooperating, right?

Atwater: Yeah, regular Geek Squad.

21 - office

Bunny: Hi.

Lindsay: I need to know what's going on here. Why did you give me this?

Bunny: Sweetheart, why do you always think...?

Lindsay: Just answer me.

Bunny: Okay, I wasn't gonna tell you this at first because, you know, it always sounds like the same old, same old coming from me, but I've met this really great guy...

Lindsay: Are you trying to get my attention? Is that what this is?

Bunny: Erin, we might be leaving Chicago.

Lindsay: Because you wanna leave or because you have to?

Bunny: If I have to leave, then I'm saying good-bye now.

Voight’s car

Halstead: So how long am I in the penalty box for? A week, a month, what?

Voight: Jay, if you wanna stay in this unit, don't ask me that again.

Van

Atwater: Hey, hey, hey, Al. Do not nod off on this bid on me.

House

Upton: Is there anything I can take off your plate at all? Up to, and including, telling Sarge I need to rotate out or whatever you need.

Lindsay: Thank you. I really appreciate that. Um... I just have a lot going on right now.

Voight’s car

Voight: Everybody, heads-up. Got a westbound vehicle heading your way… All right, nobody does anything till I give the order. Waiting to see if this guy commits an act of furtherance.?? Got a bogie. Just hold your positions.

Street

Dog owner: Come... Come on. Whoa, whoa, hey. Come on. Sorry. Come on.

Jeremy Pettigrew: It's okay, it's okay.

Voight: All right, grab him up.

 

Halstead: Chicago PD, drop the bag. Drop the bag.

Ruzek: Ma'am, get that dog out of here. Get that dog out of here.

Halstead: Don't move. Let's go.

Interview room

Voight: Jeremy Pettigrew. That's your real name?

Jeremy Pettigrew: Yes, it is. Do you mind telling me what this is all about, Officer?

Voight: Sergeant, I'm a Sergeant. How about you tell me what you were doing at that house, hmm?

Jeremy Pettigrew: I was just leaving my business card. I get foreclosure notices from the city. I was just hoping for some work.

Voight: Okay, and you get these notifications from where, exactly?

Jeremy Pettigrew: No, I just check for foreclosed homes on the Internet. They're cash cows. All of them are fixer-uppers, so.

Halstead: And then you go door to door at 1:30 a.m.?

Jeremy Pettigrew: I was working very late on another job, and I was just on my way home. It was empty. It's not like I was disturbing...

Voight: Jeremy.

Jeremy Pettigrew: Yeah?

Voight: Yeah. Explain the stun gun and the plastic cuffs we found in your tool bag.

Jeremy Pettigrew: I go inside of strangers' houses for a living, Sergeant. And if you've ever been chased by a South Side pit bull, you'll understand what the taser's for. And those aren't plastic cuffs. Those are cable ties for pipe repair.

Voight’s office

Upton: We ran Pettigrew for any criminal history. No record, never been arrested, but his name was run through LEADS by an officer and a detective in Detroit three years ago. Here's a printout of the inquiries.

Lindsay: We got the officers' names and gave them a call. The lead detective told us that Pettigrew was the person of interest in a kidnapping and murder of a tender age victim that was sexually assaulted. They brought Pettigrew in, but could never arrest him. They didn't have enough physical evidence.

Voight: You're thinking this guy is a pedophile?

Upton: Detective in Detroit thought he was good for it. Said it's one of those cases that'll haunt you your whole career.

Voight: All right, we need a psych profile on Pettigrew.

Lindsay: I know someone.

Observation room

Lindsay: Hey, thank you for coming, Dr. Richardson.

Dr. Richardson: I've told you, Erin. If you ever need something, I'm here. So what's going on?

Lindsay: You said to me in a session that avoidance is not a good strategy.

Dr. Richardson: I stand by my advice.

Lindsay: Right. I, um, I'm having a hard time with this one. When I was seven, I was friends with a girl who lived down the block from me in my neighbourhood. Her name was Ashley. And one day, she vanished. I mean, just disappeared, gone. And the not knowing what happened to her is what always gnawed at me and what gnaws at her family… If this man is what I think he is with kids, this feels very personal.

Interview room

Lindsay: Why don't you tell us about Detroit?

Jeremy Pettigrew: That was a false accusation.

Lindsay: That's not what the Detroit Police Department has to say.

Jeremy Pettigrew: I was never charged.

Lindsay: That doesn't mean you didn't do it. That just means they couldn't convict you. You were the person of interest.

Jeremy Pettigrew: You have no idea what you're talking about.

Lindsay: No?

Jeremy Pettigrew: What happened in Detroit... It broke my heart.

Dr. Richardson: What did happen in Detroit, Jeremy?

Jeremy Pettigrew: I was coaching a youth hockey team, and there was this boy, Joshua, who had a lot of raw talent, but he was in foster care. It was a terrible situation. And so I took him under my wing. His death was a total shock to me. It was awful… I miss him to this day.

Lindsay: It says in here that you were in foster care.

Jeremy Pettigrew: Yes, I was.

Dr. Richardson: Did someone hurt you there, Jeremy?

Jeremy Pettigrew: I learned to take care of myself.

Lindsay: What happened to your wrists?

Jeremy Pettigrew: It was an accident.

Lindsay: On both wrists?

Jeremy Pettigrew: I said it was an accident. You're a shrink, right?

Dr. Richardson: I'm a psychiatrist, yes.

Jeremy Pettigrew: What you do, Doctor, I don't believe in it. People should manage their own urges.

Dr. Richardson: And what if they can't?

Jeremy Pettigrew: They should be punished.

Intelligence’s office

Voight: So what's your take, Doc? Is he a vigilante or a pedophile?

Dr. Richardson: He's both.

Voight: Both?

Dr. Richardson: The rigid moral code, the suicide attempt, the fact the he completed evaded the whole issue about whether he was abused as a child... It's all consistent with the pathology of a self-loathing pedophile. He feels a horrible guilt. But he can't kill himself, so instead he turns his shame and his self-loathing against people who are like him.

Voight: So you're saying Pettigrew is killing pedophiles.

Dr. Richardson: I think it's likely. And my fear is that he's in this frenzied state because he recently kidnapped and molested a child.

Lindsay: Which means he's got a kid out there.

Pettigrew’s house

Atwater: Chicago PD!

Ruzek: Anybody here? Call out! Clear.

Atwater: Yeah. Let's go.

Lindsay: Call out.

Upton: Clear.

Lindsay: Guys...

Interview room

Lindsay: We found these in your bedroom. Where is the child?

Jeremy Pettigrew: What child?

Lindsay: Where is the child?

Jeremy Pettigrew: What child? Oh, I... I... I... I... Ah! I know what you think. It's just... It's a fetish thing. I'm not... Ah! I'm not proud of it.

Lindsay: You're lying.

Jeremy Pettigrew: I swear to God, I know what it looks like. I promise.

Lindsay: This is not Detroit. You will not get away with this here.

Jeremy Pettigrew: I'm... I didn't...

Intelligence’s office

Voight: All right, we're now looking at a kidnapping by a sexual predator. Our working theory is this guy is murdering pedophiles to cleanse his own sins.

Halstead: All right, I reached out to the ME in Detroit. Now, the juvenile that Pettigrew was suspected of killing... He was assaulted over the course of a week before he died.

Voight: Which means that there's a chance that our kid, whoever he is, may still be alive. So these tacks, they represent every missing juvenile over the past two months. We're looking for a nexus between Pettigrew and any one of these children.

Ruzek: So Kev and I have found Pettigrew's receipt book in his truck. We got the job addresses and cross-referenced them to see which of his clients have young children. As of now, there's 17.

Atwater: Yeah, we got patrolmen pounding on doors right now. Soon as they dig something up, they're gonna let us know.

Lindsay: Tech lab pulled the serial numbers off the phone we recovered at the Metcalf murder. They said it was a typical pay-as-you-go throwaway model. The phone was badly burned, but they were able to track it. It was sold out of a store in Canaryville, and it got activated the day Metcalf was murdered.

Voight: Good, run it down.

Store

Lindsay: Were you working on Thursday?

Seller: All day, worked a double because Cheryl called in sick.

Upton: Do you remember selling a phone to any of these guys, by chance?

Seller: Yeah, I remember this dude here. He paid cash, which nobody does anymore, and he asked a lot of questions about the phone's camera quality, yadda-yadda. Something about him gave me the willies.

Lindsay: Did he have anybody with him?

Seller: No, uh-uh. Well, not inside the store, anyway. He left his kid in the truck out front. He was asleep.

Lindsay: Thank you.

21 back entrance

Upton: We pulled the exterior cameras from the business next door. Tech lab was able to enhance the image.

Olinsky: Any luck IDing the kid?

Lindsay: No, it's too grainy for facial recognition.

Halstead: Missing Persons is working a tender age case. Derek Robbins, he's 10 years old. He disappeared five days ago on his way to school. Last seen at his home at 4401 Burke. He was wearing a light blue jacket.

Lindsay: Cross reference Robbins' address with Pettigrew's work orders. Let's see if we can find 4400.

Upton: Negative, it's not on here. 

Olinsky: Oh, hey, 4300 block South Lowe. That's a block away from Robbins' place.

Voight: You and me.

Robbins’s porch

Mrs. Robbins: Did you find Derek?

Voight: Are you Mrs. Robbins?

Mrs. Robbins: Did you find my son?

Olinsky: Not yet, ma'am. But we have a few questions.

Mrs. Robbins: I already told the other detectives everything I know. Don't you people talk to each other?

Voight: Do you recognize this man?

Mrs. Robbins: I'm not sure, why? Who is he?

Voight: Can you take another look, please?

Mrs. Robbins: Oh, my God, I saw him. He was in the neighbourhood last week. He was... He was looking for work.

Intelligence’s office

Upton: The mom IDed Pettigrew. He's got Derek Robbins.

Lindsay: Bastard.

Upton: Should we wait for Voight?

Lindsay: There's a kid out there.

Upton: Whoa, whoa, Erin, your gun. Erin!

Interview room

Lindsay: Come on.

Jeremy Pettigrew: What's going on, Detective?

Lindsay: Where is he, you sick son of a bitch?

Jeremy Pettigrew: Who?

Lindsay: Derek Robbins. Where is he?

Jeremy Pettigrew: I'm sorry, I don't know who that is.

Lindsay: Where is he?

Jeremy Pettigrew: I told you. I would never hurt a child.

Upton: Erin!

Lindsay: You have three seconds to tell me where Derek Robbins is. Hmm?

Upton: Erin, stop.

Lindsay: If you don't want any part of this, get out.

Upton: No, don't do this...

Lindsay: Hailey, get out! I need an address. Now.

Intelligence’s office

Atwater: Okay, I'm gonna get Area Central up to speed.

Ruzek: Yeah, have them update the Amber Alert. I'll... I'll put together an attack team.

Atwater: Chief.

Ruzek: Chief.

Chief Lugo: I heard you made a pinch. Where's the suspect in the Hendricks-Metcalf murders?

Ruzek: You know what? I'm guessing they brought him to the restroom. I'll go check for you.

Chief Lugo: The restroom?

Ruzek: Yeah...

Chief Lugo: Get the hell out of my way.

Interview room

Chief Lugo: Really? You mind telling me what the hell's going on here, Sergeant?

Voight: Look, I just got here myself, but, from what it looks like, this arrestee must have attacked my detectives.

Lindsay: I think the boy's at 3400 Racine in a car near the old stockyards.

Voight: We've got a missing tender age, Chief. We gotta move, let's go...

Chief Lugo: You go, you're staying. And you.

Under the bridge

Voight: Over there.

Olinsky: Nothing. It's empty.

Voight: Hey, pop the trunk! Pop the trunk! Come on!

Olinsky: Jay... Jay, he's gone, man. He's gone. He's gone. He's gone.

Intelligence’s office

Olinsky: Well, I spoke to the ME. He'd been dead at least two hours. There was nothing anybody could have done, so.

Voight: Erin. Come here a second.

Voight’s office

Voight: They want to see you at the review board at 9:00 a.m.. Remember what I told you when you were 16, and you first came to live at my house? I'm with you...

Lindsay: Until the wheels come off.

Briefing room

Chief: Come in. Have a seat, Detective.

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