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Un département secret de la police prend le relais pour amener devant la Justice les plus grands criminels lorsque le système légal classique échoue.
|S01E01||Episode 1||22/09/2013||Jack Quinn and the team are called in to investigate by their mysterious handler Helen Barlow after infamously crocked businessman Nicholas Mason, is cleared of committing robbery and the murder of an innocent man, due to a lack of any real evidence.|
|S01E02||Episode 2||29/09/2013||After a young girl’s body is discovered in the car boot of Judge Peter Hopkins, the evidence for the girl’s murder all looks to point to him. Peter has an impeccable reputation though causing Helen to be instantly suspicious and she calls the team in to investigate.|
|S01E03||Episode 3||06/10/2013||After a building is deliberately burnt to the ground, killing eighteen people inside and the guilty culprit cannot be brought to justice, Jack and the team are brought in to try and bring him down.|
|S01E04||Episode 4||13/10/2013||After former Bank Finance Director Sally Walker and her retired MP husband, Lawrence Walker, are cleared of stealing three million pounds from their children’s charity fund, Helen believes that have taken the money for themselves. Also having seen a couple of good police officers sacked for pursuing the matter, she wants Jack and the team to investigate.|
|S01E05||Episode 5||20/10/2013||As an organised drug deal takes place, Ahmed Demir shoots and kills innocent onlooker Arthur Rose. He then ends up being given the option by MI5 chief Charles Napier of informing on his terrorist connections in exchange for his freedom. Helen is worried that this enables Ahmed to evade justice for Arthur Rose’s murder and she calls in Jack and the team in to make sure that justice is served.|
|S01E06||Episode 6||27/10/2013||Jack and his team are called in when a key witness in a murder case implicating a gangland thug withdraws their statement. As the thug walks free he's already got a drug deal set up.|