"The states attorney had a valid explanation for everything I showed him."
"You kind of figured Allen would smoke screen his boss, right?"
"I suppose. Did you lose your phone yesterday?"
"The janitor stopped me in the hallway and asked if you got your phone back. He said that Da asked if he 'd found a phone so he gave it to him."
"Maybe it was Julia 's phone he found."
"Yeah, maybe. Can I borrow your phone a minute?"
"Sure." She says reaching across her desk."
"I 'm going to see if this is the one he found." Joe says, dashing out in the hallway. Rachel turns towards Jerry with a puzzled look on her face.
"What are you thinking, Sergeant?"
"If Allen found her phone he could 've planted it at the crime scene to make it look like she was there when she really wasn 't."
"What about the bracelet?"
"He could 've planted that too."
"How do you explain the time she went missing?"
"Maybe she took a walk like she 'd said." Seeing Joe walking towards her desk she turns back around.
"The janitor said this wasn 't the phone he gave Allen. When I asked him to describe the one he found he described Julia 's perfectly. He also said that the States attorney left at five-thirty yesterday evening."
"He always leaves around that time, boss."
"Yeah, but why would Allen tell him he was going to pick up the tape before the conversation even took place?"
"Maybe Allen called him at home?"
"Why would he bother him for something as little as that?"
"Covering his ass maybe?"
"Jack did come up with a lot of stories that 'd explain Allen 's questionable actions."
"Like what boss?"
"Allen told Jack that the tape would help with Julia 's case, but her name was never mentioned. He also said...
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... he still denies Allen 's part in any of this. He said that he was at the crime scene, picked up the phone then laid it back down for processing."
"Sounds like the DA is really covering his ass."
"Yeah and now I 'm beginning to wonder if the States Attorney isn 't helping him."
"I asked when Allen told him about the video. He said he’d mentioned it when he came back to get something.
"That 's possible I suppose."
"Why didn 't he tell me that earlier?"
"Maybe he forgot?"
"So now we need more proof, something, tangible that can 't be explained away."
"Sergeant, captain we just received a call from the trailer park. Someone just threatened Chris 's mom."
"Is she alright, Kirk?"
"They didn 't hurt her, just scared her real bad."
"Kirk, Jerry go on out there. Rachel, I want you and I to start interviewing everyone that worked on the crime scene. "
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