Da Vinci meets with an old buddy from his police days, Nelson Horner, who has been doing some work for the Solicitor General's office. He gives Da Vinci a head's up that he is "being set up to take a big hit" due to the Mayor's controversial policies, further fueled by the murder in the red light district. This action stems from a war between the SG's office and the Attorney General's office and control of the police force. They both suspect that Jacobs has his fingers in the mix somewhere. Immediately following, Berger gets a call from Feeney of the SG's office for a meeting with the Mayor; Feeney tells Da Vinci that the SG is concerned about the grow-op shooting and the non-cooperation and animosity of both the police department and fire and rescue in the Police Complaints Commission. He strongly suggests Da Vinci quietly resolve these problems, including disciplining Jacobs if necessary. The next morning, the Police Complaints Commission releases their report with an inconclusive ...