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A large number of weapons are found in the home suggesting illegal gun importation whilst the diary of Mel's sister Stevie expresses hatred for her father and his estranged wife Zoe.
DCI Cooke, a friend of the family assumes the case but appears to be hiding something and Clarissa discovers that the call S21, Ep As the three corpses are identified Vernon Rye, a friend of Andy's father Martin, one of the victims, is pulled in after admitting to a fight with him but Mel, recovering in hospital, tells Zoe and Nikki she heard Andy and Martin rowing before shots rang out.
Zoe's sister Jackie is another suspect having had an affair with Andy, but claims she left the house before the murders.
The discovery of a missing lorry full of guns and another body proves Andy's criminal activities and reveals who made the phone call. Cooke thinks he has found the killer but the pathologists' See also TV Schedule.
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When Leo finds a video in Tom's basement revealing that his son and several other local boys had been in the tunnel without realising the danger, Tom takes a parcel of radioactive dust and threatens Sir William, who shows no remorse for covering up the disaster.
Lord Embleton and David Loader enter Embleton's private office, not knowing that Tom has booby-trapped it, and both are covered in a fatal dose of radioactive dust from the tunnel.
In the final scene, Leo walks back into his office, watched by Nikki, Jack and Clarissa. Nikki and Jack go with him, and almost immediately encounter apparent hostility from private security guards working at the site.
Their leader, Sean Nugent, is reluctant to allow contact with three Taliban prisoners, and appears to be losing control of his men when one of the prisoners is found hanged in their cell; Nikki suspects that one of the other guards is responsible, and discovers that one of the prisoners, "Karim", is an Englishman.
Leo develops a relationship with Fawzia, the Afghan charity worker responsible for the water project, and is assaulted one night outside the compound.
Evidence begins to point towards Lambert having been killed by friendly fire. Clarissa interviews Scott Lambert again, and discovers that Nugent was an NCO with the original military team of which Dan was a member; her e-mail is concealed from Leo by Nugent.
While Jack is investigating decomposition rates in the local climatic conditions, he comes across further parts of Lambert's body.
In the meantime, Leo and Nikki are accidentally locked in the cell with Karim and the other Taliban prisoner, and Karim appears to confess to having been involved in Lambert's killing.
After Nugent takes the prisoners to be handed over to the local authorities, Jack realises that the body parts are not Lambert's at all, and that "Karim" is in fact Lambert himself.
By the time he alerts the guards, the prisoners have murdered Nugent and escaped. As Leo walks him away from the site, the explosives are detonated.
Nikki struggles to come to terms with Leo's death following the arrival of the new Lyell Centre boss, pathologist Thomas Chamberlain.
However, her feelings surface when DI John Leighton and DS Anne Burchett demand results in two unsolved cases - a mother and son murdered in their wealthy London home and the disfigured body of a young woman.
Footballer Isaac Dreyfus desperately fights to prove his innocence, whilst disillusioned Adam Freedman turns to a mysterious source for help to avenge the murder of his wife and child.
Under scrutiny from the press, the police are determined to nail their prime suspect and pile pressure on The Lyell Centre to deliver results. However, when Nikki questions the motive behind the murders, a re-examination of the Freedman crime scene leads Jack to make a startling discovery.
Graham Mitchell. But bitter DI Rachel Klein remains unconvinced that she caused a miscarriage of justice and cannot hide her contempt, especially when another young man is found dead bearing the same hallmarks of the previous murders.
Meanwhile, Nikki's professionalism is brought into question due to her increasingly close relationship with lawyer Greg Walker Tobias Menzies.
Nikki's professional reputation is on the line when her romantic involvement with lawyer Greg Walker leads her face-to-face with a raging Bennetto.
Thomas is under mounting pressure from DI Rachel Klein and the Home Office as he battles to save the Lyell Centre's reputation in the midst of a media storm.
Grieving for the death of his murdered son, newspaper hack Peter Masham strikes an unlikely deal with Bennetto's brother-in-law.
Meanwhile, Jack and Clarissa uncover the true identity of murder victim Byron Lee. Prime suspect is hunter and gunsmith Niall Wallace but he is eliminated from enquiries.
A clue leads to the Manhattan strip club, owned by Stella Nelson, who identifies the dead girl as Caitlin, who apparently gave no surname.
Another dancer Amy tells Jack that Caitlin disappeared after getting into a car with a stranger but the local police, obnoxious DS MacNeil and DI Laing were not interested when she reported Caitlin missing.
Five more female corpses are discovered in the forest, denoting a serial killer. When news of the murders becomes public Sarah O'Keefe tells her boyfriend Steve Boyd that some years earlier she escaped a rapist and would-be killer in the same forest but, as she goes to tell the police, she is abducted again.
Nikki and Jack, joined by the apparently decent Dr Jenkins, unearth more bodies, leading to Niall being rearrested. Steve Boyd reports girlfriend Sarah missing, revealing to Jack what she had told him about her previous ordeal, whilst Jason Ross admits to Nikki he called her in because he felt that in the past Jenkins had colluded with MacNeil and Laing to falsify evidence.
In fact Jenkins confesses to Nikki that he had been forced to lie because Laing spent most of his time covering for loose cannon MacNeil and needed his help.
The pathologists return to the Manhattan and learn that almost all the victims had worked there, including, very briefly, Sarah.
As a result Stella makes a phone call to Laing regarding her son Jerome. Laing finally confesses to Nikki, Jack and DS Ross about his relationship with Stella, which consequently leads to them finding Sarah and identifying the serial killer.
Nikki and Jack assist DS Sally Kirchner in identifying teen-aged Alice Preston, who was murdered and her baby taken live from her womb.
DNA identifies the father as married Simon Turner, who admits to a one night stand with Alice but claims he never saw her after giving her money for an abortion.
Alice was a drug runner, sharing a flat with two other drug dealers, Mark Blakefield, who is also murdered, and Nuri Kavur, who turns out to be the informant for DI John Brooke of the drugs squad.
Nuri believes his uncle, Turkish gangster Bekir Humadi, has slain the others after a consignment went missing and fears for his own life.
Brooke arrests Humadi for the slayings, after finding evidence at the flat but Jack believes he is actually framing the Turk.
As Nikki tries to explain to Alice's father of her drug involvement Martin Carrisford, the witness to Alice's murder, is also slain. Humadi threatens Nuri to locate the missing drugs though he denies killing Alice.
Nuri is shocked to find that Brooke and his wife have Alice's baby. Brooke assures Nuri he does not know where the drugs are but Nuri steals the baby, taking it to Humadi to use as bargaining power with Brooke for the drugs or their value.
Having accidentally discovered the drugs Brooke goes to broker a deal with Humadi, sacrificing Nuri, who is killed.
Brooke is prepared to arrest Humadi but Jack works out who really murdered Alice and Carrisford and why. He argued with the deceased girl the day she died and has no alibi.
Ryan is also Jack's half-brother, whom he has not seen since he was forced to testify against him in a court case some years earlier. To avoid a clash of interests Thomas brings in pathologist Helen Ferguson, suspending Jack.
Jack however does his own sleuthing. Nash's wife gives him a false alibi to protect their daughter but declares her intention to divorce him.
Ryan is bailed and moves in with Jack, who now doubts his brother's innocence whilst Hannah is killed after confronting Dr Nash.
Things look bad for Ryan when Lizzie tells Carter that he rowed with Hannah a couple of hours before she died as a result of which he makes an unsuccessful suicide bid.
Nikki is surprised at the lengths Jack will go to exonerate his brother until he tells her that was the assailant in the criminal case and Ryan took the blame to save his career.
Jack pursues Christy, who admits to falling for Katie, unaware that she was a minor but some while afterwards Jack is the victim of a hit and run, which he survives.
Ultimately the killer proves to be protecting a professional, rather than a personal, interest though Ryan, cleared of the murders, is not wholly innocent of another crime.
Ten miles away another victim, profoundly deaf Hannah Smithson, is also shot, though her boyfriend's brother Chris, targeted with her, survives but is unable to help with any information.
Inspector Jane De Freitas, on the rebound from an affair with colleague Robert Drake, calls in the pathology team but with the sniper at large and shooting indiscriminately Thomas is concerned for ex-wife Julia and their daughter Rosie, now living with former drug user Conrad Devenish.
After a fifth victim, Martin Cross, a charity worker at a school is shot the killer rings Jane to tell her that he is unstoppable. The latest killing, however, fails to show all of the hallmarks of the first four deaths, and the scene has been left in a much sloppier way than the tidy and neat arrangement of the first two crime scenes.
Jack suspects a second killer or an accomplice may be at work. A sixth victim, a lorry driver, is then picked off whilst picking up breakfast at a local service station.
Meanwhile, evidence relating to the murders is discovered which implicates the owner of a local army and navy store.
Working on the theory that the fifth murder is the key to the entire case, Jack realises that the team are closer to the killer than they think and makes a shock discovery when he goes to visit the son of one of the victims.
The first is a man who is pushed in front of a train on the London underground. The second is a female vicar who is found brutally attacked and murdered in her bathroom by her husband and daughter.
Next, a young builder is viciously attacked in an alleyway on his way home from work. Meanwhile, one of the officers assigned to the case, DI Luke Nelson, is having flashbacks about the murder of his father, which occurred when he was just six years old.
He asks Nikki to have a second look at the evidence, convinced that there could be a technicality, which could prove his mother's innocence in the crime.
With two further murders now on the cards, Nelson and his team realise they are slowly running out of time. When he goes to question local hotel worker Lana Sutherland, little does he know that the killer is sitting right under his nose.
With the killer's appearance having radically changed since he committed the attacks, CCTV of the killer attacking and stabbing a shopkeeper allows the team to step-up the manhunt.
It's not before the killer and his accomplice try to steal a baby do the police actually come close to catching them.
The body is soon identified as Dale Barge, a friend of the parents of an eight-year-old child, Lizzie Craddock, who has gone missing.
Social worker Louise Marsh is furious, having applied for an interim care order just days previously, aware that the child was at risk.
When a bite mark is found on the body that matches Lizzie, the victim is discovered to have been a paedophile. Meanwhile, a young boy, Kevin Garvey, releases himself from a care home on his sixteenth birthday, determined to rebuild his family.
Social worker Marsh has said that the children can re-unite with their mother if she agrees to split up with her dangerous partner.
When Kevin's grandfather reveals to him that his stepfather once raped his sister, getting her pregnant, Kevin goes on the rampage and the next day, his stepfather is found murdered in his cab.
An infant is then admitted to hospital with severe bruising, and Marsh again applies for an interim care order. She ignores the advice of a junior doctor who is positive his parents have not abused him, and that the bruising is the result of a rare medical condition - but Marsh takes no notice and has the child taken into care anyway.
Matthew Arlidge. Nikki and Jack investigate when, whilst on the way home from his child's birthday day, two armed hitmen on a motorcycle botch an assassination attempt on Russian oligarch Maksim Bazhanov.
However, during the attack, his Ukrainian nanny is hit and killed. The two men are found to have links to a terrorist organization called Free London.
The senior officer on the case, DI Parkes, is being hassled by a senior commissioner to find out who is responsible - and fast.
Meanwhile, the commissioner's daughter, who works for a security company that is responsible for the security in the apartments where Bazhanov is living, begins to develop a relationship with the leader of Free London.
When the commissioner's daughter is later found dead in Bazhanov's apartment, and Bazhanov disappears without trace, the commissioner pressures DI Parkes to plant evidence to frame someone for her daughter's murder.
Meanwhile, Jack's instinct leads him to uncover Bazhanov's body in the Thames, and proof that Bazhanov was not responsible for the young girl's murder.
When the head of security at the apartment becomes the prime suspect, a relationship between the Doshi siblings is torn apart when she is forced to admit that she was responsible for Bazhanov's death.
A rising star in the Essex police force is found beaten and shot in his burnt-out car in what proves to be an emotional case for his colleagues.
The team helps DCI Jim Sullivan, the detective charged with bringing the killer to justice, and it isn't long before suspicion falls on Dean Fallon - a local drug dealer and the son of a known crime boss.
When Dean Fallon proves to have a solid alibi, the investigation shifts closer to home. When terminally ill DJ Max Walsh is found dead in his bath, a case which the team initially dismiss as suicide turns out to be something much more sinister, when the post-mortem uncovers traits similar to a case that Nikki previously dealt with three months ago.
Nikki tries to work out the connection between the two victims. When an intruder breaks into Nikki's flat, she suspects that she is being stalked and that the two victims were murdered to frame her for her inability to discover the truth behind their murders.
Clarissa identifies a fingerprint found on the back of her kitchen clock, which suggests that her former mentor, Belinda Roach, may be behind the break-in.
During a confrontation at her house, Belinda ventures outside and is later found dead, having been hit over the head with a torch which appears to have been stolen from Nikki's car.
After eventually being released on bail, Nikki finally establishes a link between the two victims.
However, her life is once again placed in danger when a hitman corners her in the basement of her flat. Managing to escape danger once more, Nikki establishes that all of the events are connected to the trial of Tony Hamilton, whom Nikki helped convict more than ten-years previously for throwing his pregnant girlfriend out of the window.
However, having been innocent of the crime, it appears someone is trying to avenge Hamilton's imprisonment by murdering anyone involved with the trial.
Can the team identify the killer before he or she claims another victim? DI Nina Ryman Esther Hall is assigned to the case, and immediately makes a connection to an EDL supporter seen at the mosque shortly before the murder.
Meanwhile, Jihadi convert Sarah Begovic returns from Istanbul with a haul of heroin inside her. After making a drop-off at the airport hotel, drugs squad swoop in and arrest her dealer, and a call from Aziz is found on her mobile phone, which she left at the scene.
Ryman is convinced that Aziz would not be involved with the importation of drugs, and once again questions the prime suspect in his murder.
Her search leads her to a dilapidated block of flats, where unknowing to her, she is about to come face to face with a crazed gunman.
When Amir Aziz's brother is found dead of multiple stab wounds, a DNA analysis of the weapon used reveals that Latif is the dead man's son - and Amir Aziz's nephew.
As the team attempt to work out the target of their suicide mission, Clarissa's analysis of dust samples found on the knife leads the team to a disused shop, which they discover is Sarah and Zak's hideout.
Jack finds video footage, which indicates that the target of the attack is a conference centre right in the heart of London, which is playing host to an anti-fundamentalist MP who has previously campaigned to raise awareness of Jihadi terrorist cells.
However, Jack later finds evidence relating to the crime in the bathroom of warden Ryan White, but he claims to have found the body after the killer had already struck.
Meanwhile, Sheringham tries to apologize to the father of his victim, after finally realising that he will never escape from his former identity.
Detective Superintendent Mitchall Lloyd Owen is then called out to the scene of a house fire. Sheringham's body is found inside the wreckage, having been stabbed before being set on fire.
The father of his victim, Ted Blake, is found outside the property with severe burns. Ted Blake is exonerated of the murder of Joe Sheringham, but later dies in hospital from his injuries.
When Bennett goes on the run after taking cocaine, the team assist in the search in the hope of finding him before he strikes again. However, Bennett has since worked out that his boss, Oliver Bright Robert Whitelock , a fellow Life Licenser, has committed the murders to frame him.
When he confronts Bright, Bright murders his own wife and once again frames Bennett for the killing. With Bright now out to kill his final conquest, the team must use Bennett's knowledge of his crazed boss to find him before he takes another life.
In an attempt to cover up their mistake, the unit frame Lubas by placing a gun in her hand. Later, a witness to the incident, Karim Benzel, is found shot dead, having been tortured.
The weapon used is found nearby, and is linked to a known gangster, Nuri Saykir. Meanwhile, with the IPCC crawling over the investigation, Jack begins to notice that evidence gathered in the Lubas investigation doesn't add up.
When the home address of one of the firearms officers is posted online, Helena's brother Bruno decides to his exact his revenge.
Later, firearms officer Jo Keating is found dead, having been shot several times. But is Bruno really responsible for murder, or has he been elaborately framed by the real killer?
As the investigation into Jo Keating's murder continues, Nikki establishes that she may have been attacked twice - and that the first bullet that was fired was the one which proved fatal.
She confirms Benzel's story that the firearms unit framed Helena and that she was unarmed at the time of her death.
Jack realises that the gun found in Bruno Lubas' car was not the one which he saw him leave with before the shooting of Jo Keating, but a search of the firearms unit's headquarters reveals the shocking identity of the killer.
Sally Butcher Sally Carman is determined to nail the father, but another detective on the verge of retirement, D. Malcolm Guillam Derek Griffiths , realises the case resembles an incident ten years previously.
Nikki and Jack help him investigate a theory that there was a fourth person being shot at, but soon find themselves out of their depth and faced with a trained killer.
Nikki and Jack find themselves hunted following Guillam's murder, but when they apprehend the gunman, they realise he is only a bodyguard for the real mass murderer.
To find out the truth, Nikki urges a young doctor, Amy Elen Rhys , to expose the secrets of her youth, but it may be too late as the killer looks to get away with his crime.
She suspects the finger may belong to her mother, who is missing. As the team attempt to question the Khoury family, they decide to flee, injuring Nikki in the process.
Meanwhile, Jack is called to investigate the suspected suicide of Jamal Al Sham Ash Rizi , who supposedly jumped to his death from a skyscraper in the centre of London.
As Jack and DI Paul Renick investigate, they discover Al Sham was involved in human trafficking - but a promising line of enquiry leads the team to make a gruesome discovery buried deep in nearby woodland.
As the team begin to examine the numerous bodies found in the abandoned van, Clarissa examines a number of mobile phones found with the victims - but unwittingly manages to send a number of undelivered text messages from the victims to the leader of the gang.
Another member of the gang is found bludgeoned to death on a building site, leaving Jack and Nikki to wonder which member of the gang has been forced to turn on his own people.
DCI Goodchild and DS Butler investigate a recently retired Customs officer whom they suspect is involved with allowing the trafficking vehicles through customs.
As a second batch of refugees prepare to leave Calais, the team realise it's a race against time to save them, before they suffer the same fate.