Gerry and Brian end up on an orange farm from where they hitch a lift with a biker group back to Gibraltar and tell Sandra of the connection between Fletcher and Truman and the fact that ...
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Gerry and Brian end up on an orange farm from where they hitch a lift with a biker group back to Gibraltar and tell Sandra of the connection between Fletcher and Truman and the fact that Danny Bossano's father Levy met Fletcher just before he died. Levy is tight-lipped as to why he has thirty grand in the house, Truman explaining to Sandra that the thirty grand was actually Fletcher's casino winnings. Meanwhile Gerry and Brian discover that Danny drew many pictures of his friends, the sons of soldiers, one of whom was a young Sinclair, who describes Danny's accidental death. Levy then unmasks Christian's killer who had been paying him to keep quiet. Back home Brian faces his tribunal but Embleton, the man he blames for Anthony Kaye's death in custody, drops charges against him and he is exonerated. However Brian secretly tapes a confession from Embleton as to what really happened and gives the tape to Kaye's mother. Written by
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Gibraltar is not, and has never been, a separate country. It is currently (and was in 1982) a territory of the United Kingdom. Brian Lane is normally too precise to make such a simple mistake. See more »
Supt Raphael Cruz:
There hasn't been a murder on The Rock in seven years, and within twelve hours of you showing up we're pulling a body out of the water.
They think we've broken your winning streak, huh?
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The team continue to be in Gibraltar where Sandra and Brian have a heartfelt conversation. Brian sorrowfully refers to Jack and how it was all snatched away from him, inferring that Jack has now passed away in the French hospice.
In fact, the team are in Gibraltar only until the final 10 minutes of this episode, at which time Brian faces the disciplinary hearing for punching Commander Embleton at his farewell party at the beginning of part 1 to avenge Anthony Kaye, a young black man who in 1988 died in custody of then junior cop Embleton all those years ago when Brian was suffering drinking problems.
Brian finally delivers justice through a tape recording leaked to Anthony's mother at her market stall.
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