Tom starts to take investigations into the station bombing into his own hands and heads to Melbourne to coerce a name for the explosive dealer from an ex-commando. The dealer denies any involvement, but Nick and PJ get enough information to authorise another raid on the Baxter farm. All they find is some broken glass, but PJ now orders surveillance from the neighbouring property and the Baxters are eventually nabbed for manufacturing speed. But proving they were behind the bombing proves more difficult. PJ and Nick are furious when they learn that Tom has offered the dealer protection in return for information against the Baxters, but this ploy eventually pays off. Nick finally persuades PJ they should confront Tom with their suspicions about his part in Troy's death. Tom absolutely denies killing him, and Nick decides to accept this denial, on the proviso that PJ continue to keep an eye on Tom. After Nick returns to Melbourne, news comes that the explosives dealer has died in an ...
11 August 2004 (Australia)
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