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[ Suspenseful music plays ] ♪♪ [ Gunshot ] -This is not your ordinary weekend shooter.
I mean, how do you track someone that leaves no clues behind?
-He caught our shooter unaware.
Maybe this is our shooter's first mistake.
-Pretty soon, the city's gonna be running out of middle-aged males.
-Ben shouldn't be up here.
His murder's about me.
It's got nothing to do with this.
Ben was having an affair.
-Who was it with?
-His first wife, Zoe's mother.
-We used to hook up whenever he was overseas.
-I'm broken, just like you.
-Don't you think I'm gonna be in more danger when I'm actually with you?
-I still want you to stay with me.
-And I want to spend more time with my mother.
-I can't do this anymore.
♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Gunshot ] [ Glass shatters ] -[ Gasping ] [ Crying ] ♪♪ ♪♪ -♪ Oh ♪ ♪ Can't anybody see ♪ ♪♪ ♪ We've got a war to fight ♪ -...ordinary Australians.
You can't even go out into our beautiful city without being shot at, being killed.
They wanna take our country away, they wanna take our cities away.
Well, we've had enough!
-Self-proclaimed leader of the Brotherhood Movement, Jack McCarthy, is preparing for a Take Back Our City rally within the coming weeks.
-We are here.
Say no more.
We're gonna take our city back.
We're gonna take our country back.
-Last time the right-wing group staged a rally... -Hurry up, everyone.
We'll be late.
♪♪ ♪♪ [ Dance music playing, people cheering ] ♪♪ ♪♪ -Yeah!
♪♪ ♪♪ -Hey!
[ Indistinct conversations ] ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ -Speeches!
[ Glasses clinking ] ♪♪ -Ladies and gentlemen... ...Amy has turned 21.
[ Guests cheering ] You have been through so much, my darling, and you have faced it all.
-[ Breathing heavily ] ♪♪ -We don't get these moments too often in life, but when we do, we can take a step back and... ♪♪ [ Gun cocks ] ...this is one of those moments.
♪♪ We love you, Amy... and... [ Gunshot ] -Oh!
-[ Panting ] [ Gunshot ] [ All screaming ] -Everybody, get down!
-[ Panting ] [ Gunshot ] [ Screaming continues ] ♪♪ [ Screaming continues ] [ Alarm blaring ] ♪♪ [ Siren wailing ] [ Police radio chatter ] ♪♪ -Our shooter?
-I would say so.
Two fatalities so far.
-[ Sighs ] You okay?
-Oh, I'm fine.
Haven't slept in days.
Probably having a breakdown.
-So you're, um... good to come back then?
[ Siren wailing ] ♪♪ [ Siren wails, horn honks ] -Melbourne is again facing an enforceable lockdown.
[ Police radio chatter ] ♪♪ -We have three fatalities, two male, one female, and three critically injured, including the girl whose birthday they were celebrating.
Same weapon as the previous shootings.
-And still no statement.
-Well, this is his statement, okay?
He wants us to know how powerful he is.
There is every possibility that this was an escalation and that the next shooting is gonna involve even more casualties.
-Uh, I don't think so.
-No, I don't.
Look, I might have been wrong about a lot of things lately, but I don't think you're right.
We're talking six victims, when there's only ever been one.
Who was shot first?
-And the father?
Forensics believe that some of the rounds wounded multiple people.
So, we've got a crowded party boat, multiple people shot and the last victim, a middle-aged white male, the usual target.
I think these others were collateral damage.
-Is the profile changing?
I mean, what are we looking at here?
-Well, I think we can discount terrorism.
Terrorism is about the narrative.
This person isn't bothering to tell us.
He's relying on us to work it out.
-Oh, well, go out on a limb and tell us about the narrative.
-Is he an eco-warrior, taking revenge for a dying planet?
An abused woman fighting back after a lifetime of violence?
I don't know, a neo-Fascist, inciting fear and hatred?
-Sorry, a neo-Fascist?
How does that work?
-"The world's a dangerous place.
You need me to protect you."
It's the lie every would-be dictator tells his people.
-Is that ringing a bell, Senior Detective?
-Wake up, Australia.
We're under attack.
It's a battle for our culture.
-And who is our new Fuhrer?
-Not nearly as charismatic.
-That is Jack McCarthy, the self-appointed leader of the Brotherhood.
This picked up a lot of attention in the press lately.
-We've had our eye on him for a while.
Recent chatter is he's assembling a cache of weapons.
-To what purpose?
We don't know yet.
-...the media lied to you!
The elite, the 1%, they're too politically correct to do... and the politicians are too scared... -Ah, this, it's hard to reconcile.
This guy works inside a group.
Our shooter's a loner.
-[ Scoffs ] How do you know that?
-So rise with us and let's take back our city!
Take back our city!
-Who's the woman in red?
-Ah, it's his girlfriend.
-I wanna talk to him.
-Oh, there's a high-level flag on him, boss.
I'd be careful.
-What does that mean?
-Well, it means we'd have to run anything upstairs.
-You said he was building an arsenal.
-We don't have the evidence for it yet.
-Yeah, but if there's a chance he's involved, and given what we already know... -Run it upstairs.
They'll tell you the same thing.
-You know what?
-Nazis with friends in high places.
-Wouldn't be the first.
♪♪ ♪♪ -Oh, Jane.
We've been speaking to some of Ben's suppliers.
If there was a business deal that's gone bad, it's not on the books.
-You will keep me posted.
-Despite what Tom said.
-I said I would.
-This is a clown show.
I've got a tentative connection between McCarthy and the Brotherhood, but the dickheads upstairs... -Tom!
-...these dickheads up top are blocking me at every single move.
Now, you brought me in.
You told me I'd have a clear run.
What the... -Right now I reckon I made a bloody big mistake!
Watch your tone, will you?
Look, those dickheads know you've been tapped for when I go.
They also know you're a bloody big hero back there in the States.
Do you think that's gonna, you know, make you their mate?
-[ Sighs ] -After all that, hmm?
Don't be so naive.
-Do you think I should watch my back?
-Well, I reckon you always gotta watch your back.
-[ Sighs ] -You drinking again?
-Oh, Christ, Frank!
-People are asking.
I just need to know.
I'm not drinking.
You think this neo-Nazi is worth pursuing, I'll make it happen.
You just watch your back.
And thank you.
[ Telephone ringing ] [ Door closes ] Oh.
♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ -Push, push, push, push, push!
Show me your hands!
Get on the ground, smart ass!
Get over there.
-Get on the ground!
-[ Laughing ] [ Indistinct yelling ] -[ Yelling indistinctly ] -Settle down!
-[ Gasping ] ♪♪ -A night of celebration has turned to tragedy with the latest shooting victims now taking the rising death toll to nine.
And a young woman continues to fight for her life from the attack.
New details surrounding the event reveal friends and family of young Amy Keller were celebrating her 21st birthday... -Hey, you've called Zoe.
Leave a message or don't or whatever.
The gunfire instantly claimed the lives of Amy's father... ♪♪ [ Cellphone ringing ] ♪♪ -Hello?
[ Winces ] Oh, you look terrible.
-You didn't have to come over, Mandy.
-Yes, I did.
It's a lovely place.
-Belongs to friends.
-Ah, lucky you.
And how are you?
-Has she called you?
-No, she hasn't.
And the police tell me they've called off her protection detail.
-Yeah, well, that's between Zoe and the police.
-No, she needs their protection, Mandy.
-You're talking to the wrong person.
-Look, I just wanna make sure she's okay.
-Yeah, I know.
Of course you do.
Um, do you mind if I vape?
Zoe has anxiety.
And given what's happened over the last couple of weeks, I think we just need to be really careful with her.
-[ Sighs ] She's not a little girl anymore, Jane.
You might have forgotten that.
Do you think you should see someone?
-I just wanna make sure she's alright.
-Honestly, Jane [exhales] I'd love to help.
♪♪ -Thanks, mate.
-Mr. McCarthy... -Yes.
-...you know why you're here.
-No, I don't know.
Did you find anything?
Why am I here?
-Well, we'd like to know, and we wanna talk about your movements two nights ago.
-I'm not obliged to tell you anything.
So save your breath, princess... -Jane.
-...unless you wanna talk about... -Jane, come with me.
-...of white people that you idiots continue to ignore.
-Senior Detective Jessica Mulligan.
This is Jane Halifax, a consulting forensic psychiatrist.
-Don't call me that.
-Tell Jane what you told me.
-[ Breathing shakily ] Ah, something's going on.
The rally Jack's holding, Take Back Our City?
It's...well, he's saying it's just a front for us.
-A front for what, exactly?
-I was trying to find out, along with the locations of the guns he's been buying, when your lot bashed in the door.
-[ Clears throat ] -What can you tell us?
-Things are escalating.
He's been getting paranoid... more violent.
-Well, he put one of the fellow Brotherhood members in hospital last week, but we can't get that guy to cooperate with us.
-I was there.
It was bad.
One of the brothers thinks he's hired a storage unit.
Don't know where.
I'm trying to find it.
The guns are probably there.
-Is there any way you can find out?
-[ Laughs sarcastically ] So, what do you think I've been trying to do?
-Did Jack McCarthy say anything at all about the shootings?
He says it's the best thing that's happened to white power in ages.
-Has something happened to you, Smithy?
-I was going through his things, and he found me.
-What did you do?
-What I had to.
♪♪ -Thanks for your time.
♪♪ We'll be back.
[ Door opens ] -Well, how long has she been undercover?
-This time, a year and a half.
-Well, she's in trauma.
On previous assignments, were there any red flags?
-Instability, drug use.
-No, nothing out of the ordinary.
-But there have been problems?
-Well, yeah, it's called being undercover.
-Yes, I get that, Nick, but she referred to the group as "us."
Now, you said that you think the shooter might be a woman.
You think she might be police... -I'm not saying it's her.
-Jesus, Jane, she's... -And when were you gonna tell me?
-Well, the block of information has been for her protection.
-So you knew.
-Yeah, and I was following protocol.
-Intelligence tells us that he's building an arsenal.
We have a shooter ready to shut down the city.
We have an operative that's telling us that McCarthy is involved, and you're standing there telling me about protocol?
-Well, you could take it upstairs if you want, boss.
[ Door opens, slams shut ] -Do you think she can hold it together?
-Yes, I can.
-Well, I need to ask you some questions first.
-I am this close to finding out where he's storing his guns, and you wanna go all health and safety on me.
-How you been sleeping?
-Have you experienced any of the following -- racing heart rate, disordered thinking... -See?
-...visual disturbances... -This is why I hate shrinks!
-I'm not telling you.
-Smithy, we need to know that you won't put yourself in danger.
-I'm already in danger, you moll.
♪♪ [ Sighs ] Of course I'm stressed.
Look at what I've been doing.
If I don't get to finish this, then a year and a half of living with that man... will be for nothing.
[ Thunder rumbles ] Are you gonna do that to me?
♪♪ [ Thunder crashes ] -♪ Once upon a mountain of dreams ♪ ♪ I found a heart within me ♪ ♪ And I let it sail me upstream ♪ ♪ Make way to the beat of my drum ♪ ♪ Burn every staple undone ♪ ♪ Don't hide away from the sun ♪ -...you all!
-♪ Fade, let light release what you'll be ♪ ♪ Let die the shade from the tree ♪ ♪ Forget what you thought it would be ♪ ♪ Howl, out-haunt the harm with our tongue ♪ ♪ Together we are the one ♪ ♪ Don't hide away from the sun ♪ ♪ Don't hide away from the sun ♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Indistinct conversations ] -Hey.
-Thanks for coming.
-[ Sighs ] Sorry I've missed all your calls.
I've just, um...just been... Yeah.
-How are you?
-[ Sighs ] I'm a mess, actually.
But I'm really glad that you saw Mandy.
Meant a lot to me, so... -Listen, Zoe, the police still don't have many leads on who... who killed your dad.
But I wanted you to know it had nothing to do with the letter.
A former patient of mine wrote it, but she was just... she was trying to mess with me, and it worked.
-So she killed Dad?
-Well, how do you know?
-Because she has an alibi.
I mean, how long is it gonna take them to find them?
I just don't understand.
-Hey... -Like, this is their one job.
-This is their job.
I don't understand!
-Zoe, calm down, please.
-I just miss him.
-I know you do.
I'm really worried about you.
Please just come back and stay with me.
-I'm fine, I'm fine.
I'm just tired.
I have to see Mandy.
I have to go.
-Just keep in touch.
♪♪ ♪♪ [ Train rumbling ] [ Dog barking in distance ] -[ Sighs ] Someone's dogging us.
You know anything?
-Of course not.
I-I don't know -- I-I don't know -- -[ Sighs ] Fraser?
-Mate, I don't know... -Mate!
I'm sick of it.
-I'd never do that.
-[ Sighs ] You know I'm gonna find out who it is.
You know I will.
You know, I wanna clarify.
I'm upset, you know.
I'm a little disappointed.
I want soldiers.
I'm loyal to you.
I'm taking the heat for you.
How can we be expected to fight the great white replacement when we can't even back each other up?!
♪♪ ♪♪ Smithy... ♪♪ ...would you grab me my smokes?
♪♪ -[ Breathing heavily ] ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Gate buzzes, opens ] ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Heavy breathing continues ] -Hey!
-Get outta here!
[ Indistinct yelling ] ♪♪ ♪♪ -Get off me!
-Get the helmet off!
[ Indistinct yelling continues ] ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Door closes ] ♪♪ -Okay.
What's your name?
[ Telephone ringing in distance ] Hey.
What's your name?
Not gonna tell me your name?
Don't look at that.
Look at me.
What's your name?
And you've hurt a couple of my officers.
What was that about?
I'm talking to you.
-What's going on?
-What was that about?
-He tried to force his way in.
Wouldn't take off his helmet.
-They thought he was carrying a weapon.
-And was he?
-Well, you're gonna talk.
Cameras and tripods.
-So they assaulted him?
-Why wouldn't you take the helmet off?
-Well, he wouldn't comply.
They got violent.
-Didn't want us to see your face, is that why?
Because, listen, you can sit here and you can act like you're dumb, you can act like you're not gonna say anything, but I guarantee by the end of the day, you're gonna tell us your name, so you might as well just say it now.
-Can you give us a minute please, Nick?
Ah, could you also uncuff him?
[ Handcuffs clicking ] -Want a coffee?
[ Police radio chatter, telephone ringing ] -[ Breathing heavily ] [ Heavy breathing continues ] [ Heavy breathing continues ] You know, they shouldn't have done that.
That -- that is not right.
-No, they shouldn't.
-Sorry, what's that?
-Ah, that -- that -- that's the fine for my bike.
I-I didn't think I'd be this long.
We'll take care of it.
What's your name?
-Nice to meet you, Neil.
-Oh, I...brought your camera back.
It's a good one.
[ Chuckling ] [ Camera beeps ] -So, Neil, can you tell me why you came to see us today?
I took a photo.
-I take pictures of birds in the city.
-Can I see it?
Oh, no, sorry, that -- that -- that's a bird.
♪♪ Is that the man that's been shooting the people?
-What'd he just say?
-It might be.
Oh, I knew it, I knew it, I knew it.
♪♪ -Thank you.
♪♪ [ Helicopter blades whirring ] ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ -I want access to all the cameras.
Let's start with the building where the attacks took place.
-You say it like it's easy.
-Well, if it was, I'd be doing it.
♪♪ -What's that?
-Interference of some kind.
A gap in the footage.
-Well, let's go to the street camera.
♪♪ Fast-forward, will you?
-This camera, too.
I've never seen this before.
-What's the timecode on the interference?
-4:29 p.m. yesterday.
-Okay, and what about the foyer camera?
It's in the sequence.
-He's hacking the cameras.
-He's turning them on and off at will.
-Oh, this is great.
♪♪ [ Camera shutter clicking ] ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ -We've got a casing.
-He's starting to panic.
♪♪ -[ Laughing ] Come on, mate.
[ Bottles clinking ] -Hurry up.
[ Bottle cap clinks ] [ Bottles clinking ] ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ -[ Speaking indistinctly ] [ Camera beeps, shutter clicks ] Oh, I don't know why I have to be so saddled with bloody idiots.
Pond life like you, when there's a genocide to stop, a war to fight, a war to win.
You feel me, right?
I've seen more spine at the bloody Mardi Gras.
Why do I have to do everything around here, you bunch of numb nuts?
If it wasn't you guys who dogged me, then who the hell was it?
And why aren't you out there finding out who did it?
Answer me that.
You bunch of numb nuts.
We can't be quiet on this.
We gotta be one.
That's why I'm hitting it in the bar.
Loose lips sink ships.
Together we're stronger.
They wanna separate us.
-Don't worry, Jack.
♪♪ ♪♪ [ Bird screeches ] ♪♪ [ Beeping ] [ Gate opens ] ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Creaks ] -[ Grunts ] ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Camera shutter clicks ] [ Camera shutter clicks ] ♪♪ [ Camera shutter clicking ] ♪♪ [ Cellphone dings ] -[ Sighs ] -Gah!
How could you do this to me, huh?
-No, no, no.
-No, please, please, please!
Not you, hey?
-[ Crying ] -Why?
-[ Panting ] -Look what you're making me do!
I didn't wanna do this!
You lied to me.
I don't wanna do this, but you're not giving me a choice.
-You know what?
I trusted you.
♪♪ I'm gonna have to put you to sleep like the dog you are!
-[ Groans ] ♪♪ There you go.
[ Siren chirps ] [ Indistinct conversations ] [ Police radio chatter ] -You're dead.
-You'll never see the light of day.
-Are you alright?
[ Police radio chatter ] You're gonna have to go through a full debriefing.
-With that shrink again?
-We have a car waiting for you.
♪♪ Great work.
♪♪ [ Sighs ] ♪♪ ♪♪ -[ Crying ] ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Knock on door ] ♪♪ -Hey, Jane!
-Just thought I'd drop 'round and see how you were doing.
Did you, um, want a drink?
-[ Sighs ] So, I'm guessing Turd told you that he's going on tour?
-Yes, he did.
Zoe, I just don't think you should be here by yourself.
-No, you're not.
You looked exhausted.
Probably not eating properly.
-[ Scoffs ] -You know what happens when you get run-down.
Oh, what a surprise.
[ Cellphone ringing ] -Oh, I think that's mine.
I'll just... Yeah, on the table, that's fine.
I'll just grab it.
-Yeah, of course.
[ Door closes ] Listen, I know you think you're the cool mum taking her out partying every night.
-As if you don't drink half your body weight in Chardonnay.
-She just lost her father.
If you do anything to hurt her, you'll have me to deal with.
♪♪ [ Door opens ] [ Door closes ] -[ Sighs ] ♪♪ -You should have seen this place.
It was like a bloody arsenal.
Dozens of assault weapons, multiple handguns, even a couple of RPGs.
-And how's Smithy?
-Under the circumstances, she's okay.
-Anything to link McCarthy with the shooter?
-It's the far right, Tom.
They've got a victim mentality.
They look for other people who think they're victims as well.
-He's not our shooter, is he?
-I don't think so.
Our shooter doesn't think like that.
He thinks he's smarter than everyone else.
-He hasn't released any kind of statement.
I mean, there's no manifesto, there's no telephone calls, nothing online.
-He's not gonna engage with you until you prove you're as smart as he is.
-So we've just got to sit here and wait for another shooting to happen?
We have to find a way to engage him sooner.
-[ Sighs ] Well, maybe I could start the conversation.
-[ Inhales ] Hmm.
♪♪ ♪♪ -Hi.
Have a seat.
-[ Clears throat ] Let's go.
-Thanks for having me.
-Oh, it's a pleasure.
It's lovely to meet you.
I'm sorry, I don't agree with you at all.
-The police are obviously at a total loss.
They have no leads, they have no ideas.
-Why would you say that, Lisa?
-Because their public statements show that they have nothing tangible.
Do you really think the police would jeopardize a critical investigation by releasing sensitive information?
-I would expect that, at the very least, they keep the public reasonably informed.
-Not at the expense of the investigation.
What can the police actually tell us?
-That it's ongoing, that they are following a number of leads, and the situation is not as it seems.
-So, what is the situation, in your professional opinion?
-I believe these are not random attacks.
This person acts with precision, with meticulous attention to detail.
-And what about the party-boat murders?
Three people are dead.
-Well, I think that was a mistake.
I don't think he meant to kill that many people.
This person has a very specific reason for what they are doing, and I'm listening.
I want to understand what that reason is.
-And I'm sure you're not alone in that.
-That's as much as I'm prepared to say, Lisa.
Thanks for having me, Lisa.
-Thank you, Dr. Halifax.
It'd be nice to speak, any new developments.
-You guys, just grab those cables over there... -That's good.
You right with that?
♪♪ -Do you really think the police would jeopardize a critical investigation by releasing sensitive information?
-I would expect that, at the very least, they keep the public reasonably informed.
♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ -Hello, Jane.
I thought no one was listening.
I thought no one understood.
I'm glad I was wrong.
I feel less lonely now.
We'll talk soon.
-Jane, your hacked phone was infected with malware when you opened the audio.
He had access to your photos, mail, everything.
-The hacked phone stays here.
-He's not gonna talk if someone else answers the phone.
[ Cellphone rings ] -Hello, Jane, and hello, task force.
-You obviously know my name.
I'd like to know yours.
-You can call me Daniel.
-You took a big risk going to the hospital today, Daniel.
The task force think you did it just to taunt them.
-What are you thinking?
-Did you achieve what you wanted?
-I'm not a monster.
-The call's routed and then rerouted through a number of mirrors in Chile.
He's good, very good.
-Daniel, is that you?
-People are asleep!
They don't even realize what's happening!
-And you want them to wake up.
Is that what you mean?
-I'm gonna wake them up.
That's exactly what I mean.
-Maybe we should meet and talk about this face-to-face.
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