For twenty years, Farris Dunlap has been threatened by Wendell Quinn, who believes Dunlap killed his brother, Roger. Dunlap denies even knowing the Quinn brothers. The latest round of threats started when Quinn was released from prison, he being there for manslaughter. This threat includes the mailing of a severed finger to Dunlap. On the flip side, Quinn states that Roger was a police informant who witnessed some wrong-doing by Dunlap. Just as Roger was supposed to testify, Wendell received the severed finger, which he knows belongs to his brother due to a scar. Roger's body was never found. Shannon and Williams speak to Clayton Hurley, the cop who led that case twenty years ago. After speaking to all involved, Shannon and Williams have a strong impression of who actually killed Roger Quinn. Da Vinci wants to hold an inquest into Darcy Charles' death. Because the autopsy came back as inconclusive, Da Vinci needs some material witnesses or some evidence of complaint by Charles herself...
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[Wendell Quinn mailed a severed finger and left a threatening message on the answering machine of Farris Dunlap
Det. Rose Williams
In our minds and maybe in the minds of the Crown, leaving a threatening message and a body part, that's a death threat.
'Leave room for God's wrath, for it is written it is mine to avenge and I will repay.'
Det. Leo Shannon
Is that you talking or the Bible?
That's God talking, Mister.
L'amour est un oiseau rebelle (Habanera)
Composed by Georges Bizet
Lyrics by Henri Meilhac
& Ludovic Halévy
[Da Vinci listens to the aria while he is driving in his car] See more