Young Ukrainian Daryna Radenkova, who asked asylum in Germany half a year ago, is found murdered in the refugee center estate three weeks before her scheduled deportation back. Newspaper reporter Paula Voss' undercover research points to camp owner Rolf Ochs and his spoiled, mentally unstable wife Helene, who doesn't even recognize the girl they hired as maid. The team finds Paula Voss kept suspiciously quiet about her dealings wit camp manager Hannes Wittek, who may be a white slaver, and a lesbian affair. Martina is acquainted with Paula but refuses to step aside. An old Ochs family tragedy proves surprisingly relevant.