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Jameel Khan admits that he planted Lucy in Kestrel and encouraged her affair to get evidence of the firm's illegal dumping of toxic waste in Africa, collected by a ship called the Agadir. Will makes full use of this at Martin's trial. Wenborn attempts to blackmail John Slater by offering to let him go if he will falsely name Will as the man to whom he sold the gun that killed Philip Spaull.
Will connects Lucy to Jameel Khan, a journalist investigating the Kestrel company's possible exploitations. Wenborn bullies a terrified Alan into revealing who provided him with the gun with which he shot his tormenter, as this was also the supplier of the gun that shot Spaull. An angry Wenborn punches his wife after she has rightly accused him of infidelity.
Will finds 'Agadir' many times on Lucy's cell. Will discovers that a hotel maid saw the computer before Martin went out. Wenborn learns that Will successfully defended Spaull when he was accused of setting a bomb which killed little boy. It turns out that Will left London when Spaull confessed his guilt to Will after getting off.
Martin tells Will of his affair with the victim, how he found her dead in their room after going out to get food. His computer was stolen; he believes the theft was the reason for the murder. Two men from Martin's employer, Kestrel, stalk Will. Jane is impressed by a story written by Alan, her only bright pupil. Wenborn suspects that the farm worker was executed and learns he was a violent activist.
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- Premiered: January 18, 2009
- Rating: None
- Premise: Saskatchewan crime stories are featured in this documentary series.