|Season 3, Episode 4|
|Air date||June 20, 2012|
|Written by||Ken Cuperus|
|Directed by||Paul Fox|
Toby helps the IIB investigate the abduction of an African teenager, whose father is an alleged war criminal.
Toby and Michelle investigate the abduction of an African teenager whose driver/bodyguard, Kwesi, was shot during the altercation. The case is nuanced and far reaching because the victim, Ibrahim Ayim (Stephan James), is the son of Abassi Ayim (Eugene Clark), a deposed Liberian politician accused of defrauding his country of millions and committing a slew of atrocities. Toby has trouble getting solid insights since Abassi is cold and calculating and his bodyguard, Rafiq (Conrad Coates), keeps him at bay. The IIB team finds a promising lead with Dennis Harwell (David Richmond-Peck), an outspoken political blogger whose agenda is to ruin Abassi for his litany of crimes. Harwell's motive is clearly personal, but so are the motives of the other suspects: Ibrahim's estranged mother Reta (Yanna McIntosh), Habisi (Michael Kinney), who runs a Liberian social club...
To be continued....
- Olivia Fawcett
- George Ryder
- Osman Bey
- Kwesi Hanson
- Abbissi Ayim
- Ibrahim Ayim
- Dennis Harwell
- Reta Bello
- Cory Draper
- Isaiah Grant
- Michelle: Stay close, keep your head down and try not to get shot.
Toby: Comforting pep talk.
- Toby: Wow! I guess it's true what they say.
Michelle: If you say, "crime does pay", I will shoot you.
Toby: Getting good at reading my mind.
- Alvin: I got your message. Has Aylm been notified yet?
Michelle: Yeah, Metro's on their way.
Alvin: OK, well tell them to hold off until I get there. I want to handle the relationship personally.
Michelle: Alpha dog to alpha dog, nice! He's all yours, Fido.