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Based on the British crime drama of the same name, 'Touching Evil' centres around David Creegan, a detective returning to work after surviving a near-fatal gunshot wound to the head. Creegan is a man on the edge with a flair for understanding the criminal mind but also has a tendency to bend the rules when it suits him. When he is assigned to the Organized and Serial Crime Unit of the FBI, he is partnered with no-nonsense Susan Branca, who is determined to do things by the book. Although the two clash on many occasions, they are determined to work together to bring down the psychopaths who torment the streets of their city.
David Creegan goes to arrest a man but is shot in the head and falls out of a window. He dies, but comes back to life. Three years later, he rejoins the police and is partnered with Susan Branca. Their first assignment is the disappearance of three boys. They deduce that the kidnapper leaves a flower at each crime scene. Creegan and Branca find a suspect and chase him. However, after questioning, they realize he is not their man. They talk to Ronald Hinks, who gives them a statement. Creegan knows Hinks is their guy, but is unable to prove it. Creegan talks to Cyril Kemp, the man they apprehended, and he points out Hinks from a series of photos. Creegan and Branca manage to arrest Hinks, but he is soon released. The OSC checks Hinks' house and garage but do not find any of the boys. Creegan carries out an illegal interrogation with Hinks and, in the process, gives Hinks a nose bleed. Creegan takes the bloodied handkerchief and Hinks' dog to an abandoned building they searched previously; the dog leads him to where the boys are being held. The evidence is still too weak to arrest Hinks, so Creegan goes to his house to kill him. However, Hinks is already dead.
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