The third victim is a former prostitute among whose clients is Alec McGowan. Taggart and Livingstone bring him in and question him, but quickly dismiss him as a suspect, but the damage is done. Revealed, shamed, and forced to move, after a big blow up with his sister, he commits suicide. At the same time, Taggart is sent a personal letter from the killer which coupled with the suicide for which he blames himself makes him act on his hunches. He has Livingstone break into Charlie's house while he distracts Patricia and steal the letters. The content of the letters proves to be negligible but the handwriting matches a note found on the prostitute's body which reads "R.M. is pretty big". Deducing that the note is a blackmail proposition from Charlie to the prostitute regarding the superintendent, Taggart forces Murray's hand and gets an arrest warrant. However, when they arrive at the video store, Taggart and Livingstone find Charlie gone. After some investigating, Taggart uncovers that ...
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Det. Sergeant Livingstone
I didn't realise your wife was...
Det. Chief Inspector Taggart
Disabled? You're allowed to use the word.
References Wolf Lake