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Shoot the Messenger

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  • Last episode S1E8 aired 2016-12-06
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Shoot the Messenger - S1E8
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aired 2016-12-06 (3 years ago)
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Season: 1 | Episode: 8
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Show Summary

A young journalist who, while working on her first murder case, becomes embroiled in a web of urban gangs, the political class, corporate power-brokers and the police.

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    When news of the cell phone video and Hassan's death breaks, the Gazette races to get their story out; Sam approves Lawson's project in order to get the phone.


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    Daisy and Lutz rekindle their relationship; Simon discovers a link between Lawson and a mafia family; Hassan returns to sell the cell phone video.


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    After getting more info about the photo, Daisy and Simon make a shocking discovery; Khaallif gets arrested during a raid; Hassan goes on the run.


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    Daisy and Simon discover surprising info on Orlandio Spence and Judge Reeves; Lutz works with the Guns and Gangs Unit; Daisy witnesses another murder.


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    After recovering from the attack in Hassan's apartment, Daisy investigates the identities of the people in the now-missing photo. The Attorney General launches its investigation into police corruption, and retaliation for the death of Khaalid results in the death of a young girl.


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    When reporter Daisy Channing arrives to meet a source with 'something big' to tell her, gunfire erupts, wounding her source and killing his friend. A parallel investigation into the murder begins, one spearheaded by homicide Detective Kevin Lutz and the other led by Daisy. As they dig deeper, it becomes clear that several well-connected people know much more than they're saying.


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