Hilton orders Ted to recuse the investigation into Roz, citing entrapment, and proposes shutting down AC 12. Ted is now convinced one of his team betrayed Kate with Jamie being the prime suspect. Steve returns to work, temporarily disabled and convinced that Nick was his attacker. He also discovers that the Huntleys' snide solicitor Jimmy Lakewell once acted for Michael and, knowing his previous, has offered him to Roz as the chief suspect. Then more evidence surfaces to vindicate both Michael and AC 12. Nick, meanwhile, genuinely concerned for Roz's injury, takes well-meaning action leading to a bitter retaliation by his wife. Ted confronts Hilton to place Roz in historic malpractice but once more she appears to be one step ahead of him.
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When Hastings fires Jamie on the basis of downloading classified information, the firing takes place almost immediately. Given that AC-12 have so much forensic support and technology at their behest when they solve other cases, wouldn't it have been just as easy to do the same for Jamie? For example, 1) they could have accessed the employee swipe data to match the time of the file downloads and his time of arrival at work, 2) they could have accessed the building's security cameras in the lobby or any other public area to see who came onto the floor, 3) Jamie himself could have divulged that he gave Maneet his username and password the previous day, 4) they could have checked to see everyone who was in the building and the floor at that time. See more